It's just an opportunity to say goodbye to the fansKyle Busch wins all-star pole May 16, 2008
Certainly I wanted to be part of the 50th Daytona 500, and now we'll tune up a little more and see what we can do SundayJarrett prepares for final Daytona 500 Feb 15, 2008
I think it does show a lot and says a lot about what NASCAR has doneNASCAR not concerned with loss of sponsor Feb 06, 2003
My car started to push, so I moved up to save the tires a little bitHarvic wins IROC season championship Aug 03, 2002
Everything was perfect for us to go out and do thatDale Jarrett wins another pole Jun 14, 2002
1999 Winston Cup Champion
Dale Arnold Jarrett (born November 26, 1956 in Newton, North Carolina) is a former American race car driver. He is the 1999 NASCAR Winston Cup Champion and the son of two-time NASCAR Grand National Champion Ned Jarrett. He is the younger brother of Glenn Jarrett, a former NASCAR driver himself and pit commentator. He is also the father of former Busch Series racer Jason Jarrett. Upon graduation from Newton-Conover High School in 1975, he was offered a full golf scholarship from the University of South Carolina, which he declined. He is a cousin of Todd Jarrett, the 1996 International Practical Shooting Confederation World Shoot Champion. Beginning in 2007, Jarrett joined the ESPN/ABC broadcasting team as an announcer in select Busch Series (now Nationwide Series) races.Broadcaster Schedule In 2008, after retiring from driving in racing events following the 2008 Food City 500, Jarrett joined ESPN permanently as the lead racing analyst replacing Rusty Wallace.
Jarrett began racing in 1977 at Hickory Motor Speedway, a track his father owned and operated. In his first race, he started in last place but finished in the ninth position. He competed in the Limited Sportsman Division at Hickory, before moving up to the NASCAR Busch Series.