The retired NASCAR driver wasn’t happy to hear the reports about trading Walker.
“You’ll always miss driving, and especially at Daytona,” Dale Jr. said.
Despite being one of the world's best drivers, the former NASCAR fan favorite lost control of his car on one of North Carolina's icy roads. He had just been helping someone else out of a ditch.
By AMANDA VINCENT At least two NASCAR stars — Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Daniel Suarez — has difficulty navigating snow-covered roads in North Carolina on Wednesday, and both documented the difficulty on Twitter. “I love my Lexus but is struggling in the snow,” Suarez (@Daniel_SuarezG) tweeted, along with a photo. He also posted additional tweets [...]
The snow is winning in North Carolina.
By AMANDA VINCENT Recently retired Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Dale Earnhardt expressed interest in minority ownership of the NFL’s Charlotte, N.C., based Carolina Panthers and has expressed interest to Speedway Motorsports Inc. CEO Marcus Smith. According to an ESPN report, Earnhardt told the Associated Press he told Smith, “Hey, Marcus, if you guys [...]
Recently-retired NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. is a lifelong Washington fan. He may eventually have conflicting loyalties when his favorite team plays the Panthers. Via David Newton of ESPN.com, Earnhardt told the Associated Press that he has spoken with Speedway Motorsports Inc. president and COO Marcus Smith about possibly joining a group that would attempt to [more]
He also revealed his broadcasting strategy on Lance Armstrong’s podcast.
NBC Sports today revealed how it will begin to use one of its latest acquisitions, assigning recently retired NASCAR star Dale Earnhardt Jr. to work the pregame show before the Super Bowl. The son of seven-time NASCAR champion Dale Earnhardt...
Network plans to use NASCAR's most popular driver next month at two of its marquee events.
Retired NASCAR driver Dale Earnhard Jr. says he is interested in becoming a minority owner with the NFL's Carolina Panthers
By AMANDA VINCENT Before kicking off his first season as a regular broadcaster for NASCAR coverage on NBC in the second half of the 2018 season, beginning in July, Earnhardt will assume broadcasting duties for the network for its coverage of the 2018 Super Bowl in Minneapolis and the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea. [...]
Earnhardt is helping out with Super Bowl and Olympics coverage for his new job.
NASCAR’s 15-time most popular driver will have a role on NBC’s broadcast of Super Bowl LII and the Winter Olympics in South Korea. Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s debut as a NBC Sports on-air contributor will see him featured in the network’s coverage...Show More Summary
NBC hired Dale Earnhardt Jr. primarily to contribute to its NASCAR coverage, but before he gets to that, he’ll be asked to comment on some sports he doesn’t know quite so well. NBC announced Tuesday that Earnhardt will debut on the network’s...Show More Summary
Junior will attend all three events in the span of 15 days.
Of course, Amy Earnhardt provided video evidence.
Earnhardt and his wife, Amy, are expecting their first child in the spring.
Even though he won’t be the one driving it.