HOF Dale Jarrett Drove The #32 To Victory In 1991, Only 32 Days Until NASCAR Returns To BMS
NASCAR Hall-of-Famer Dale Jarrett visited Bristol's victory lane only twice in his more than 30 year career, racing his way to a Cup series win in 2007 and piloting his No. 32 Busch Grand National Series ride to a first place finish in the 1997 Jay Johnson 250.
Rolling off 11th, Jarrett avoided the event's 12 cautions and with 94 laps to go he piloted his No. 32 machine to position one and never looked back, beating an all-star cast that included Bobby Labonte, the year's eventual point's champion, up-and-comer Jeff Gordon and Davey Allison to the stripe.
Only 32 days remain until the 2014 all-stars return to battle on the high banks.
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