By AMANDA VINCENT Dale Earnhardt Jr. announced during his Dale Jr. Download podcast on Monday that he would be in attendance this weekend at Dover (Del.) International Speedway for both the NASCAR Xfinity and Sprint Cup series races at the track. “It’s going to be different and tough and maybe not a ton of fun,” [...]
Dale Earnhardt Jr. won’t be back in the No. 88 car this season, but he will return to the track. On Monday, the 41-year-old who’s been sidelined with a concussion since July said he will watch the NASCAR Sprint Cup race from the pit box at Dover International Speedway on Sunday. “It’s going to be different and […]
Earnhardt is recovering from his third concussion in four years. In an encouraging sign as he continues to recover from a concussion, Dale Earnhardt Jr. will attend and watch this weekend's NASCAR Xfinity and Sprint Cup races at Dover...Show More Summary
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Sidelined NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. spoke during NBCSN’s pre-race show last weekend on his continued recovery. Earnhardt has been sitting out since July due to concussion symptoms. The worst part, for someone whose life revolves around racing, has been the lack of purpose. Read more...
Jeff Gordon and Dale Earnhardt talk strategy prior to a Gordon run in the 88. (Getty Images) RICHMOND–Two months ago, Jeff Gordon was dining with friends in Paris, and talk turned to racing. The future Hall of Famer had just wrapped a well-received rookie season as a Fox Sports commentator. Show More Summary
After suffering a concussion, Dale Earnhardt Jr. continues to receive treatment and is recovering gracefully. According to the Hendrick Motorsports driver, he has his eyes on bouncing back to the competition as soon as he is cleared by his doctor to participate again. This is the condensed version of Earnhardt’s message to all his fans [...]
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Dale Earnhardt Jr. is the first NASCAR driver to appear on GameDay (Getty). Dale Earnhardt Jr. is making a trip to Bristol Motor Speedway on Saturday. Earnhardt Jr. will serve as the celebrity guest picker for ESPN’s College GameDay....Show More Summary
Questions on Kevin Harvick’s pointed remarks, whether John Hunter Nemechek should’ve had his win taken away, and Dale Earnhardt Jr. possibly retiring. Each week SB Nation’s NASCAR reporter Jordan Bianchi answers your questions about the latest news and happenings within the sport. Show More Summary
By AMANDA VINCENT With Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s recent announcement that he’d be sitting out the remainder of the 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season as he continues the recovery process from a concussion doctors believe he sustained in a crash at Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn in the June race at the track, Hendrick [...]
Dale Earnhardt Jr., NASCAR's Most Popular Driver Award winner for the past 13 seasons, is out for the rest of this one. As the Sprint Cup regular season ends and the annual Chase format determines a champion, just where do the Earnhardt fans go? Hendrick Motorsports brought back retired Jeff Gordon to sub. Show More Summary
Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s season may be over, but his career isn’t, according to the 41-year-old driver. Retirement “is not something I think about,” Earnhardt said Sunday (via ESPN) at Darlington Raceway, where veteran Jeff Gordon drove the No. 88 car to a 14th-place finish. “I’m only 41,” Earnhardt continued (via the Associated Press). “I’ve got some […]
Earnhardt is out for the rest of the year with a concussion, targeting a return for the start of the 2017 season. Dale Earnhardt Jr. reiterated Sunday he has no plans to retire from a concussion that has had him sidelined since early...Show More Summary
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is planning to return in 2017 (Getty Images). Dale Earnhardt Jr. was optimistic about his concussion recovery Sunday but conceded that he had no business being in a race car in the near future. I think as we continued...Show More Summary
Dale Earnhardt Jr. surely needed a break from his unsettled future in racing. Elliott Sadler provided the perfect distraction Saturday with his Xfinity Series win at Darlington Raceway. Sadler, who drives for Earnhardt's JR Motorsports, held off Denny Hamlin over the final two laps to win at the...
Jeff Gordon will race the No. 88 for Hendrick Motorsport this weekend at Darlington Raceway. Continue reading Dale Earnhardt Jr. will miss the rest of the 2016 NASCAR season Dale Earnhardt Jr. will miss the rest of the 2016 NASCAR season originally appeared on Autoblog on Sat, 03 Sep 2016 01:10:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
Dale Earnhardt Jr. will miss the remainder of the 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup season as he continues to suffer from concussion-like symptoms. According to NASCAR.com's Kenny Bruce, Hendrick Motorsports announced the news Friday. Junior, 41,...Show More Summary
Today, Hendrick Motorsports announced that driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. will be out for the rest of the 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup season. Doctors have not cleared him to return to racing due to his symptoms. Drivers Alex Bowman and Jeff Gordon will continue to split fill-in duties for Earnhardt in the No. 88 Chevrolet. Read more...
Dale Earnhardt Jr. has missed seven races (Getty). Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s 2016 season is over. Hendrick Motorsports said Friday that Earnhardt Jr. would miss the rest of the season as he recovers from a concussion doctors believe he sustained at Michigan in June. Show More Summary