CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Dale Earnhardt was laid to rest in the red clay of his hometown Wednesday morning in a secret ceremony, the day before a memorial service expected to draw millions of television viewers.
Can you visit Dale Earnhardt grave?
Dale Earnhardt is buried back in the woods behind his farm in North Carolina. No, you can’t visit the gravesite. … NASCAR and Daytona International Speedway were forced to admit, weeks ahead of schedule, that a $60,000 bronze statue of Earnhardt will be situated there, instead of his actual body.
Who attended Dale Earnhardt funeral?
Earnhardt’s body was laid to rest at an undisclosed location Wednesday after a funeral service attended by his immediate family at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in Mooresville, where Dale and his wife, Teresa, were members. Today’s service, attended by more than 3,000 people, was a celebration of Earnhardt’s life.
How much money was Dale Earnhardt worth when he died?
Dale Earnhardt, Sr. was a racecar driver and team owner who had a net worth of $70 million dollars at the time of his death in 2001. Dale Earnhardt raced from 1975 to 2001 in the NASCAR Cup Series.
What was Dale Earnhardt’s favorite song?
“‘Rose Colored Glasses’ just might be one of my favorite songs ever,” says Earnhardt. “And I had The Bellamy Brothers play (Earnhardt’s nightclub) Whisky River not too long ago, and they sound just as good as they always have. My music tastes are all over the board, but I will always love country music.”
Is there a Dale Earnhardt Museum?
The RCR Museum is a 47,000-square-foot facility that encompasses the original No. Museum and gift shop include a variety of race cars, trophies, and photos of RCR’s 40+ years in the sport, including the career of the legendary Dale Earnhardt. …