June 2005
Sporting News;6/3/2005, Vol. 229 Issue 22, p30
The article focuses on inheriting talent in stock car racing. Dale Earnhardt has extra peripheral vision, but Shane Hmiel doesn't. Hmiel has no family history as a driver, but has more raw talent.


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