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After winning his seventh Winston Cup Championship in 1994, Earnhardt tied Richard Petty's record for Cup Championships.Going into the 1995 season, Earnhardt had won four of the last five Winston Cup points titles, and was considered the favorite to win his eighth in 1995.Jeff Gordon of Hendrick Motorsports won his first career championship.

made contact with Greg Sacks in turn 3, sending Sacks into the wall.In race 2, Earnhardt made it two-for-two for his Speedweeks, edging out Jeff Gordon for the victory. The first, on lap 15, collected Jimmy Spencer, Billy Standridge, and Loy Allen Jr.Allen was forced to fall back on his qualifying time, while Spencer and Standridge went home.Little, Barkdoll, and Sauter weren't so lucky, and all three were forced to watch the 500 on TV.Failed to qualify: 20-Bobby Hillin, Jr., 40-Greg Sacks, 14-Randy Mac Donald, 95-Doug Heveron, 82-Terry Byers, 52-Gary Bradberry, 62-Ronnie Sanders, 81-Kenny Wallace, 73-Phil Barkdoll, 99-Shawna Robinson, 72-Jim Sauter, 51-Kerry Teague, 97-Chad Little, 68-Bob Strait, 23-Jimmy Spencer, 0-Delma Cowart, 47-Billy Standridge, 67-Ken Bouchard, 48-James Hylton, 53-Ritchie Petty, 32-Mike Chase, 65-Steve Seligman Failed to qualify: 98-Jeremy Mayfield, 87-Joe Nemechek, 26-Steve Kinser, 47-Billy Standridge, 78-Hut Stricklin, 66-Butch Miller, 52-Brad Teague, 27-Loy Allen Jr., 90-Mike Wallace The First Union 400 was held April 9 at North Wilkesboro Speedway. Top ten results Failed to qualify: 14-Randy Mac Donald, 82-Terry Byers The Die Hard 500 was held July 23 at Talladega Superspeedway. The race was most remembered for Ken Schrader's wild end-over-end tumble in "The Big One" on lap 139, which collected 13 other cars. Top ten results The Second Brickyard 400 was held Saturday, August 5, at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.Sacks also collected Mark Martin, ending Martin's day.Sterling Marlin finished second, Bill Elliott was third.Defending champion Jeff Gordon won the pole position on Thursday, August 3, with a track record speed of 172.536 mph.A hot day saw most speeds down, and Gordon was the only driver to break the existing track record.The second crash occurred on lap 42, and involved Chad Little, Phil Barkdoll, Phil Parsons, and Jim Sauter.Fortunately for Parsons, his qualifying time was good enough to get him into the 500.

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