Leeroy first single

Michael Waltrip breaks an 0-for-462 streak to win his first NASCAR points race ahead of Dale Earnhardt Inc. But on the last corner of the last lap, team owner and seven-time NASCAR Premier Series champion Dale Earnhardt is killed in a crash.With father Ned Jarrett in the TV booth calling the dramatic finish and nervous mother Martha in the motorhome, Dale Jarrett holds off Dale Earnhardt on the last lap to win what becomes known as “The Dale and Dale show.”Dale Earnhardt ends 20 years of frustration by finally winning the Daytona 500.

Leeroy spent over 10 years with the Prodigy on their worldwide tours, numerous festival events and general hell raising shenanigans.A few years ago Leeroy left the band to concentrate on his own solo productions under the name Flightcrank and to re launching his DJ career which he didn’t really have time for while in the band.With the East Coast snowed in and a huge TV audience, this race draws national attention for the sport.On the last lap, NASCAR legends Richard Petty and David Pearson wreck each other going for the victory, with Pearson able to re-fire his Wood Brothers Racing Mercury and limp across the finish line for the victory.He picked up his musical style whilst touring with the Prod in mid 90’s­ it is a mix of tuff Electrobreaks, old skool samples, Hip Hop, rock and electro.

This is basically a great mash up of breaks n electro style toons, using plenty of familiar hooks, with a good old skool feel.I'm gonna go now, I guess— Fortune: AAAAAAAAAAAAAA— Raiden: You're kinda freaking me out— Fortune: AAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA-- Vamp: Dude, I'm not dead, chill out (He's a vampire) Fortune: Yaayyyy!The fourth of seven 500 wins for King Richard Petty, who wins by a full two laps over fellow future NASCAR Hall of Fame member Bobby Isaac.Kevin Harvick comes out of nowhere on the last lap to edge Mark Martin by half a fender in a thrilling finish.Behind them, as they race to the checkered flag, a huge crash takes out a number of cars, including Clint Bowyer’s Chevrolet, which flips and catches fire.In one of the greatest upsets in sports history, Trevor Bayne captures the Daytona 500 in only his second career NASCAR Premier Series start.