Since the NBA popularized Dream Team as a moniker for the 1992 U.S. Olympic basketball squad, the phrase has been used to describe many groups of elite professionals, from O.J. Simpson's lawyers to Reggie Lewis's cardiologists. But Snap-on, a leading motor sports toolmaker, has provided the most wrenching stretch yet. The company recently alerted the national media that it has "finalized its crew-chief 'Dream Team' for 1997." The Dreamers, from left: Ron Brown (chief for Dave Villwock's hydroplane); Jim Brissette (Doug Herbert's top-fuel dragster); Rick Rinaman ( Al Unser Jr.'s Indy car); Larry McReynolds ( Dale Earnhardt's stock car); Joe Shear Jr. (Jay Sauter's pickup truck); and Steve Ragan (Andre Ribeiro's Indy Car).