CONCORD, N.C. – After 18 seasons and more than 600 races behind the wheel, Dale Earnhardt Jr. will bring his NASCAR Cup Series driving career to a close at the conclusion of 2017. Today, he shared the news with members of his No. 88 Hendrick Motorsports team.
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CONCORD, N.C. – Following a test session Wednesday afternoon at Darlington Raceway, Hendrick Motorsports driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. has been medically cleared to resume NASCAR competition after making a full recovery from a concussion. He will return for the beginning of the 2017 season at the Feb. 26 Daytona 500.[…]
When news broke in January that Steve Letarte was leaving Hendrick Motorsports for the television booth it was anarchy. Fans and media questioned why would they announce this before the season began? Who would replace him? Then they both assumed that Earnhardt would not perform during this lame duck season.[…]
The most common theme when you talk to longtime fans of NASCAR is a harkening back to the “days of old” when, in their opinion, races were better and the stars had more of a connection to the working man. While we can’t go back in time, I have a[…]
It’s only May, roughly three months into the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, and the jockeying for 2015 free agents might begin soon. Hendrick Motorsports announced that Nationwide Insurance would sponsor Dale Earnhardt, Jr. starting in 2015 on Friday and it’s a move that impacts two teams at minimum. Nationwide[…]