Win One for Me, Daddy
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                  The 1987 season was a tough year. Up to that point, I was at the top of the world of racing1. I had won three NASCAR Winston Cup championships. I had won about seventy races in NASCAR Winston Cup and many poles. Racing had been very good to me. But in 1987, I was with a new team, and things weren't going very well. It had been expected that this new team would go gangbusters. We were the dream team. I had the best backing from the Hendrick Motorsports Group, an excellent sponsorship, and the best engine builder in racing. However, going into the last part of the season, we still had not won a race. This had not happened to me since I got my first NASCAR Winston Cup win in 1975. In addition to my not winning races, we found out that Stevie, my wife, was pregnant2. All of this was emotionally tough for me. Stevie had three miscarriages3 previously4, including one in 1986. She had never been able to carry a baby to full term, and I felt badly for her. I leaned on her so much. She is my best friend and had always been with me at every race.

                  Now she was not able to go to the track each weekend with me. That was difficult. Stevie has always been such a part of my life and my racing career. We had always gone to races together. I had not experienced life at the track without Stevie. I have been deeply in love with her since we met in high school back in Owensboro, Kentucky. She has stood by me with much encouragement through the ups and downs and boos and cheers of fans. She had set a new standard in racing by being a part of my race team on Sundays at a time when women were not allowed in the pits. It was tough on me to be racing without her there.

                  On September 17, we were blessed with our first child, Jessica Leigh. We were very excited! I had to leave to go on to the next race later that week. The race was at Martinsville, Virginia, where I had won several times before. But I had no expectations of winning this time. As the race progressed I really had no hope of winning, as I was a lap down with just twenty-five laps to go. Dale Earnhardt was leading. When he stopped for fuel, I got back on the lead lap. Then a caution5 came out with about seven laps to go. On the restart, I was in third place behind Earnhardt and Terry Labonte. Both of these guys were previous champions and were tough, hard racers. There was no way I was going to get by them with just a few laps to go. They could make it very difficult to get around them. On the final lap in the final turns of 3 and 4, Terry had gotten up beside Dale and left just a little opening for me to pass both of them, beating them to the finish line. I won my first race of the year! It was much more special, though, than just being my first win of the season and my first victory with the new team. For earlier that Sunday morning, appearing from nowhere, I was surprised to find a little rosebud6 in the seat of my car with a note that said, "Win one for me, Daddy!" My first race of the season was sweetened by it occurring on the same day that I was first called "Daddy."



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                  1 racing 1ksz3w     
                  n.競賽,賽馬;adj.競賽用的,賽馬用的
                  參考例句:
                  • I was watching the racing on television last night.昨晚我在電視上看賽馬。
                  • The two racing drivers fenced for a chance to gain the lead.兩個賽車手伺機競相領先。
                  2 pregnant IP3xP     
                  adj.懷孕的,懷胎的
                  參考例句:
                  • She is a pregnant woman.她是一名孕婦。
                  • She is pregnant with her first child.她懷了第一胎。
                  3 miscarriages 2c3546985b1786ea597757cadb396a39     
                  流產( miscarriage的名詞復數 )
                  參考例句:
                  • Miscarriages are usually caused by abnormal chromosome patterns in the fetus. 流產通常是因為胎兒的染色體異常造成的。
                  • Criminals go unpunishedareconvicted and are miscarriages of justice. 罪犯會逍遙法外,法律會傷及無辜,審判不公時有發生。
                  4 previously bkzzzC     
                  adv.以前,先前(地)
                  參考例句:
                  • The bicycle tyre blew out at a previously damaged point.自行車胎在以前損壞過的地方又爆開了。
                  • Let me digress for a moment and explain what had happened previously.讓我岔開一會兒,解釋原先發生了什么。
                  5 caution caution     
                  n.小心,謹慎,警告;vt.告誡,警告
                  參考例句:
                  • You should exercise extreme caution when driving in fog.在霧中開車要極為小心。
                  • There is no need for such caution.不必如此小心謹慎。
                  6 rosebud xjZzfD     
                  n.薔薇花蕾,妙齡少女
                  參考例句:
                  • At West Ham he was thought of as the rosebud that never properly flowered.在西漢姆他被認為是一個尚未開放的花蕾。
                  • Unlike the Rosebud salve,this stuff is actually worth the money.跟玫瑰花蕾膏不一樣,這個更值的買。
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