Dale Jarrett personified big-stage performances.
- Inducted: 2014
A Family Legacy of Racing
Dale Jarrett excelled under NASCAR's brightest spotlights.
Jarrett won the 1999 NASCAR Cup Series championship, and recorded six additional top-five championship finishes. He is a three-time Daytona 500 winner and two-time winner of the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. His 32 NASCAR Cup Series victories—21st all time—also include the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
With father Ned, the Jarretts are only the second father-son combination with NASCAR premier series championships after NASCAR Hall of Famers Lee and Richard Petty. Ned Jarrett was inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame in May 2011. Ned and Dale Jarrett become the third father-son duo selected to the NASCAR Hall of Fame, following Bill France Sr. and Bill France Jr., and Lee and Richard Petty.
Jarrett excelled on the superspeedways. Here he is in victory lane with his father, and fellow NASCAR Hall of Fame inductee, Ned Jarrett after his first Indianapolis Motor Speedway win in 1996. Courtesy of ISC Archives via Getty Images.
Partnered with Robert Yates Racing, Jarrett found success including 29 wins and the 1999 Winston (now Sprint) Cup championship. Courtesy of Jonathan Ferry – Getty Images Sport.
Dale Jarrett in victory lane with team owners Wood Brothers Racing at Michigan in 1991. The win was a photo finish between him and Davey Allison, and was Jarrett’s first premier series win. Courtesy of NHOF Collection, Gift of RJ Reynolds Tobacco.