Dale was voted "Driver of the Year" in 1999.
Dale won the "True Value Man of the Year" Award in 1997 and in 2000, for his charity work.
Dale won the Bud Shootout in 1996, 2000, and 2004.
Dale raced in the International Race of Champions in 1997, 1999, 2001, and 2002.
Dale's son Jason has followed in his fathers footsteps and has started to race in NASCAR.
Dale's favorite movie is Titanic.
Dale's favorite place to visit is Las Vegas.
Dale's favorite snack is chips and salsa.
Dale's hobbies are watching sports and playing golf.
Dale graduated from Newton Conover High School.
Dale is 6'2" and weighs 200 lbs.
Dale has a cat named Samantha and a Labrador Retriever named Zoe.
Dale has a brother named Glenn and a sister named Patti.
Dale's parents are Martha and Ned Jarrett.
Dale is married to his wife Kelley and they have four children, Jason, Natalee, Karsyn, and Zachary.
Dale has won the Daytona 500 three times.
Dale finished in the top five in points from 1996-2001.
Dale and his father Ned have each won a Cup championship. There has only been one other father-son combo that has won a championship, Lee and Richard Petty.
In 1999, Dale had one of the best seasons in NASCAR history. He won four races, he finished in the top five in 24 out of 34 races, and finished in the top ten in 29 of the races. This resulted in him winning the Cup championship that year.
In the 1997 season, Dale won a personal best 7 Cup races.
In 1995, Dale joined the Robert Yates Racing team.
In 1993, Dale won the Winston Cups opening race the Daytona 500.
Dale's first Cup victory came at Michigan speedway in August 1991.
Dale joined the Wood Brothers racing team in 1990.
Dale's first Cup race was in 1984 and was at Martinsville. He finished in 14th place.
In 1982, Jarrett raced in the Bush Series' first season and finished sixth in the points.
Dale was offered a golf scholarship at the University of South Carolina.
Dale's dad Ned Jarrett raced in the NASCAR Winston Cup Series.
Dale has 32 NASCAR Nextel Cup career victories.
Dale Jarrett: If Dale could see what has happened, he would have a huge smile on his face. Even though there's nobody to take his place, the sport has done exactly what he wanted it to do. It's gone right to the top
Dale Jarrett: I don't think I'm alone in saying that Michigan is my favorite track.
Dale Jarrett: California Speedway has been a pretty good track for this team and for Robert Yates Racing, ... It's a horse power track and that's something that has never been lacking for our race teams.
Dale Jarrett: This pretty much seals our fate in regards to making the Chase. We went for so long this season without having issues like this. I guess we're due.
Dale Jarrett: We have a lot of work to do. We just can't find anything that helps these cars in the front. Elliott (Sadler) and I have been having the same problems each week. We really have our work cut out for us.
Dale Jarrett: I am proud to be part of the Toys for Tots program for a second year. In addition to giving kids the chance to design a special The UPS Store/Toys for Tots car, this contest is a great way for children to learn about the importance of charitable giving
Dale Jarrett: I wasn't a lap down and, as we've seen, a lot of these races end under 'green-white-checkered,' and there's no free pass in the last 10 laps. I've got to try to stay in front of the leader to try to make sure I give myself a chance to earn as many points as I possibly can.
Dale Jarrett: There's no doubt that it's a totally different type of racing now. It's a little more in-your-face and stand your ground. You have to do that.
Dale Jarrett: I don't know how he's blaming me. Jeff (Green) came up. He's got to know that someone else is there, too.