NASCAR is a sport made up of big personalities. One of the aspects of NASCAR that keeps fans interested is the way the drivers act towards each other off the racetrack and how that affects what the drivers do on the race track.
Since the first running of the Daytona 500 in 1959, the personalities in NASCAR have been on display for fans to see. The biggest personality in the sport is also the most popular driver in the history of NASCAR; Dale Earnhardt Sr.
Earnhardt was called the intimidator because he often put fear into his competitors on the racetrack, but was not afraid to speak his mind off the racetrack as well. (Read More)