Frontstretch will scour Twitter and other social media platforms looking for some of the best posts from your favorite NASCAR personalities, drivers and media members from all across the industry. These were some of our favorite posts...Show More Summary
“You win some, lose some, and wreck some.” –Dale Earnhardt ??? The Good Men Project’s On Greatness brings you the most inspiring quotes and related imagery from the world of sports. Join us! If you have a favorite sports quote, please...Show More Summary
As the 20th anniversary of Dale Earnhardt’s lone triumph in the 1995 Brickyard 400 approaches, his son is showing potential to accomplish the same feat. Dale Earnhardt, Jr. laid down a 181.466-mph lap to top the second practice session...Show More Summary
Indianapolis Motor Speedway has become a tough sell among NASCAR fans. Once considered a crown jewel on the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series tour, the Brickyard 400 – this year referred to as the “Crown Royal Presents the Jeff Kyle 400 at the Brickyard” – has become nothing more than another date on the schedule. Show More Summary
By AMANDA VINCENT Three drivers — Kevin Harvick, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Jimmie Johnson — officially have clinched spots in this year’s 16-driver Chase for the Sprint Cup championship post-season. Harvick clinched his spot July 11 at Kentucky Speedway in Sparta, while Earnhardt and Johnson clinched Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon. That [...]
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we’ll provide the jams. Read more...
Sounds like: Dan Croll, Pacific Air, Penguin Prison Song: Jr. Jr. - Gone What's so good? I'm pretty skeptical of bands that decide to change their name, but although Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. has rebranded to simply Jr. Jr., their music...Show More Summary
Though the end result was solid, Dale Earnhardt Jr. wasn’t pleased with how Sunday’s race unfolded. The oversized lobster awarded to whomever wins a New Hampshire Motor Speedway race again eluded Dale Earnhardt Jr., who added to a dubious...Show More Summary
Two of Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s fans started a catchy dance-pop band called Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr., a name which they kept with Dale Jr.’s blessing. Sadly, that era came to an end as they shorten the name to “JR JR” to avoid further confusion, but the post on the backstory of their driver-centric name is a must-read. Read more...
Throughout the week you can send us your best questions, jokes, rants and just plain miscellaneous thoughts to firstname.lastname@example.org or @NickBromberg. We'll post them here and have a good time. The biggest NASCAR news of the week – outside of what NASCAR CEO Brian France said Monday – might have been the announcement that Dale Earnhardt Jr. Show More Summary
The indie-rock duo Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. has announced today that they are dropping the name of the famous NASCAR driver from their band name, and will now be known simply as JR JR. [ more › ]
After years spent named after the nonexistent son of a famous race car driver who himself is already the son of yet another famous driver, the band Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. has decided to change its name. According to a post on its website, the group will now be known as JR JR, with its two members claiming they’ve grown out of the gimmicky moniker. Show More Summary
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. got their start five years ago, when one of their main draws to get people to listen to them was their gimmicky name. But as they’ve turned into artists who have put out two albums and gotten big enough to appear on festival bills, they seem to have grown out of […]
Talk about going into it blind. The stars of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series dove right into Saturday night’s Quaker State 400 at Kentucky Speedway on an entirely new aero package with very limited track time. The new rules package that...Show More Summary
Danica Patrick was livid with Dale Earnhardt Jr. at Kentucky Speedway Saturday night after Earnhardt, who was suffering from brake problems (...)
Dale Earnhardt Jr. had no brakes and couldn’t slow down enough to avoid hitting Danica Patrick during Saturday’s NASCAR race. Dale Earnhardt apologized again on Tuesday for spinning out Danica Patrick during Saturday's NASCAR SprintShow More Summary
Dale Earnhardt Jr. said Danica Patrick will "chill out" following her expletive-ridden tirade at the driver of the No. 88 car following their incident in Saturday's Quaker State 400. "She will chill out," Earnhardt told reporters. "It happens to all of us. Show More Summary
Dale Earnhardt Jr. found himself on fellow Sprint Cup driver Danica Patrick’s bad side at Kentucky Speedway on Saturday. After being plagued by brake problems throughout the race, Earnhardt accidentally ran into Patrick with just 60 laps to go, putting her into the wall. Show More Summary
Half the fun of NASCAR for spectators is listening in on the radio conversations between drivers and the innocent crashes when no one gets hurt. Luckily for us, both of those things collided in Kentucky on Saturday night when Dale Earnhardt Jr. ran into Danica Patrick and caused her to crash, leading to a whole […]
After getting tapped from behind by Dale Earnhardt Jr. at Kentucky Speedway last night and radioing over an expletive-laden rant, Danica Patrick tapped him back as they entered pit lane. Her crew tried to explain that Dale Jr. was having brake issues all night, but she wouldn’t have it. Nope! Not an excuse. Read more...