There's nobody quite like Kenny Wallace.
As the Fox Sports analyst and NASCAR veteran turns 50 years old on Friday, we look back at some of the most classic Kenny moments from over the years.
1. Pushing Dale Earnhardt Sr. to victory at Talladega in 2000
In an amazing show of talent, Dale Earnhardt Sr. went from 18th to first in the closing laps of the 2000 Winston 500 at Talladega to score what would be his final NASCAR victory. While "The Intimidator" was bobbing and weaving through traffic, Kenny Wallace was glued to the back bumper of the black No. 3 the entire time. When Earnhardt took the checkered flag, Wallace followed him to a second-place finish.
Standing in Victory Lane, Dale Sr. credited Kenny for pushing him to the front. "Kenny Wallace really worked hard with us, and he did a good job," Earnhardt said. "I don't think we could have gotten back up there if it weren't for Kenny."