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Kerry Earnhardt to drive father's winning Atlanta car at England festival

While one Earnhardt son is returning to the Unites States after an overseas trip to discover family history, another is leaving on his own trip to proudly show it off. 137 more words

Johnson survives rain, late-race caution to win at Kansas

A lot of people dislike Jimmie Johnson, and that should make the six-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion smile.

The Hendrick Motorsports driver soared to victory lane at Kansas Speedway after making a risky pit call. 324 more words


Dale Earnhardt Jr., net worth pushing toward half a billion dollars, can see himself there, at one of the car dealerships he owns in Tallahassee, hurrying from the garage to the sales floor, talking to the mechanics about their kids and the salesmen about which Chevy has sold the most that week. 1,716 more words


Kevin Harvick gave Dale Earnhardt Jr. a touching gift

Happy Birthday Dad pic.twitter.com/yY5mxbzeAx

— Dale Earnhardt Jr. (@DaleJr) April 29, 2015

April 29th is Dale Earnhardt Sr.’s birthday, and Dale Earhardt Jr. commemorated the day by sharing an incredible family photo on Twitter.

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Correction to '2015 to be Jeff Gordon's last full season of Nascar Sprint Cup racing'

Alright I normally try not to make mistakes when I write, however sometime I do make a mistake or two. And I ust noticed that I made a mistake. 234 more words


Writing About Daytona To People Who “Don’t Get” NASCAR: #2 – Junior Redeems Himself

It’s a funny thing about Daytona.

One win can change your whole career. In that one moment in 2011 as unheralded Trevor Bayne outdistanced Carl Edwards and others to become a Daytona 500 champion, he was instantly crowned the future of NASCAR. 1,132 more words

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Dale Earnhardt Jr. remembers his father by thinking 'about all the awesome times we had'

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – On the 14th anniversary of his father’s death in the Daytona 500, Dale Earnhardt Jr. had a simple tweet.

“(On) this day I do not mourn his death,” Earnhardt tweeted. 215 more words