Kid Writes Full Biography About His Hero, Dale Earnhardt Sr… Dresses Up And Play Part In Class!
When the mind is young, it acts much like a sponge, absorbing all sorts of different ...
When the mind is young, it acts much like a sponge, absorbing all sorts of different things as a kid figures out exactly what it is that they are going to do with their lives, whether they know it or not. As all sorts of information is bestowed upon young minds, some things get picked up better than others and for this youngster, it seems like an interest in NASCAR has been sparked at an incredibly young age. In fact, James was so interested in the sport and more particularly, Dale Earnhardt, that he decided that he would take him on a real-life biography for the sake of a class project.
The result of this project is about the cutest thing you will probably see on the internet all week as the youngster even takes the opportunity to dress up in a full racing suit, complete with a helmet, of course, along with dmall details that really make the costume come to life such as the goggles that are much like the what the Intimidator himself would wear and even a mustache that really screams Dale Earnhardt. I don’t think anyone is getting too confused as to what he was going for with this one!
If you follow along with the video below, you’ll be able to catch up with little man’s recital of Dale Earnhardt’s full biography with the full costume intact. In addition to being the most adorable thing that you’re probably going to stumble upon, we have to admit that we’re also pretty impressed with how well it was all put together. If we were grading, we’d probably say that this youngster should be getting an “A” on his project.
Mom and dad should be proud of the gearhead that’s developing right in front of their eyes. Who knows? Maybe one day he’ll even make it to the big stage of NASCAR.
This. Is. Awesome. James wrote a biography about his hero, Dale Earnhardt Sr., and played the part in a presentation! Via Twitter/SHOWTIME6676
Posted by NASCAR on NBC on Tuesday, June 5, 2018