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Topic - Richard Childress
Images of NASCAR drivers decorate the walls of McKenzie Industries.
Denny Hamlin almost couldn't help himself at the start of his Daytona 500 qualifying race, when his anxiously tried to charge to the front and shake out all the cobwebs and frustration from his injury-plagued season a year ago.
The 43 drivers competing in the 2014 Daytona 500, in order of starting position:
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Richard Childress pumped his fist above his head, emphatically celebrating his grandson's latest accomplishment.
With the famed No. 3 on his car and memories of the late Dale Earnhardt fresh in his mind, Austin Dillon took the fabled number out of hibernation and straight to the top at Daytona.
Five things to know about what's going on at Daytona International Speedway in advance of the season-opening Daytona 500 on Sunday:
Austin Dillon won the pole for the season-opening Daytona 500 driving the No. 3 Chevrolet — a car Richard Childress has refused to field at NASCAR's top level since Dale Earnhardt's fatal accident on the last lap of the 2001 race.
The late Dale Earnhardt's famed No. 3 will be back on track in the elite Sprint Cup Series next season with Austin Dillon using the number.
Here's all you need to know about Chad Knaus as the crew chief closes in on his sixth championship with Jimmie Johnson: When asked about how dominating the pair has been since they partnered in 2002, the relentless Knaus replied: "We lose a heck of a lot more races than we win."
It would have been easy for Kevin Harvick to coast through his final season at Richard Childress Racing, do what was expected of him and little else before heading off to Stewart-Haas Racing.
As Jeff Gordon crossed the finish line at Martinsville Speedway to pick up his first win of the season, the chemistry was clicking between the No. 24 crew.
Kevin Harvick apologized before Sunday's race at Martinsville Speedway for comments about team owner Richard Childress' grandsons.
The first major turning point for Kevin Harvick came in 2009 at Michigan, the midpoint of a dismal, winless season, when he unraveled on the team radio in a screaming match with team owner Richard Childress.
"I know in my heart, today, as I sit here, Dale Earnhardt is smiling down," Childress said. "He would want to see this 3. He didn't want it to ever go away. But I felt it was the thing to do right after Daytona, and I know today that he's accepting this highly. I knew him that well."
"You know, the emotion will fly if the 3 rolls in there on Sunday," he said. "I won't hold it back, I promise."