The 2006 Nextel Cup Aaron’s 499 at Talladega Super-Speedway

In the last 5 years, Dale Jr. has actually won 5 of the last 10 races held at Talladega, and Jeff Gordon has actually won it two times in that timeframe, both of which in the Aaron’s 499 in 2004 and 2005. No other motorists on the list have actually won it more than when in the last 10 years. It hosts 2 races on the NASCAR schedule each year: the Aaron’s 499 and the UAW-Ford 500.

In a minimum of 10 races at Talladega, 5 racers who are in the Top Ten in points likewise bring a typical surface of listed below 20th position: Dale Earnhardt, Jr. (7.2), Tony Stewart (9.5), Kevin Harvick (13.5), Jeff Gordon (15.1), and points leader Matt Kenseth (17.9). Chevrolet won 13 races in a row at Talladega dating back from when Dale Earnhardt, Sr. won the Die Hard 500 back in 1999 up until 2005 when Jeff Gordon won the last Aaron’s 499.

Group DEI will be presenting an unique paint plan to their automobiles in homage to their fallen creator and dad of Dale Jr., Dale Earnhardt, Sr. In addition to Dale Jr.’s car, the automobiles of Martin Truex, Jr. and Paul Menard will be decorated in a paint plan that resembles that of Dale Sr.’s old number 3 Bush Series car. There will be numerous heaviness of hearts in the DEI pits, although I do not think it will adversely impact Dale Jr.’s possibilities to win the race, he is simply too proficient at Talladega.

My choice to win is Dale Earnhardt, Jr., who appears to have a proficiency of Talladega and restrictor plate racing. It’s tough to break his 5 wins in the last 10 races at Talladega and Chevrolet’s capability to produce a fantastic car for the high-speed tri-oval. It sure appears like they do in his if the numbers stack up in anybody’s favor.

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In the last 5 years, Dale Jr. has actually won 5 of the last 10 races held at Talladega, and Jeff Gordon has actually won it two times in that timeframe, both of which in the Aaron’s 499 in 2004 and 2005. Chevrolet won 13 races in a row at Talladega dating back from when Dale Earnhardt, Sr. won the Die Hard 500 back in 1999 up until 2005 when Jeff Gordon won the last Aaron’s 499. There will be numerous heavy hearts in the DEI pits, although I do not think it will adversely impact Dale Jr.’s possibilities to win the race, he is simply too excellent at Talladega.