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Alex Bowman replacing Dale Earnhardt Jr. in No. 88 car in 2018

Bowman has been doing tests for Hendrick Motorsports in 2017. (Getty) Hendrick Motorsports didn’t go outside the organization for Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s successor. The team said Thursday that Alex Bowman, 24, would take over for Junior in 2018 after Junior’s retirement following the 2017 season. Show More Summary

Alex Bowman will replace Dale Earnhardt Jr. in 2018

1 hour agoNews : USAToday: News

Alex Bowman, who filled in for Dale Earnhardt Jr. when he was sidelined with a concussion in 2018, will drive the No. 88 for Hendrick in 2018.        

Hendrick Motorsports tabs Alex Bowman as Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s replacement in No. 88 car

Hendrick Motorsports has picked 24-year-old Alex Bowman to be Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s replacement next season. Bowman has big shoes to fill. Earnhardt was named NASCAR’s most popular driver each of the last 14 seasons, and his seat in the No. 88 car is one of the most coveted in the Cup series. Bowman...

Alex Bowman to replace Dale Earnhardt Jr. at Hendrick Motorsports

Hendrick Motorsports names Alex Bowman, 24, to replace the retiring Dale Earnhardt Jr. as driver of the No. 88 car beginning next season. Alex Bowman will replace the retiring Dale Earnhardt Jr. and drive the No. 88 Chevrolet in theShow More Summary

Dale Earnhardt Jr. knows he must gamble to make Cup Series playoffs

To qualify for the playoffs in his final year before retiring, Dale Earnhardt Jr. will have to win one of the seven remaining regular season races. It was the NASCAR equivalent of a football team attempting to overcome a deficit in the...Show More Summary

Amy Earnhardt on Junior racing in 2018 Clash: 'It's not worth the risk'

Dale Earnhardt Jr. is slated to retire later this year, but he’s said on multiple occasions that he’ll be back on the track, both for Xfinity races and perhaps for the occasional Daytona 500. But one race where fans won’t see JuniorShow More Summary

Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s Darlington car honors Busch Series titles

Earnhardt Jr. is currently 21st in the points standings. (Getty) Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s retro paint scheme at Darlington is a commemoration of his NASCAR championships. Tuesday, Junior unveiled the car that he’ll drive at Darlington for the final time on Sept. Show More Summary

Matt Kenseth doesn't feel replacing Dale Earnhardt Jr. is an option in 2018

Matt Kenseth (R) and Clint Bowyer (L) are currently the last two drivers in the playoffs on points. (Getty) It’s logical to think Matt Kenseth could be a candidate to replace Dale Earnhardt Jr. in 2018. Kenseth, 45, is the best available...Show More Summary

There's sticky stuff on the track at New Hampshire

Dale Earnhardt Jr. drives through the top groove application of traction compound Friday. (Getty) The traction compound NASCAR has been experimenting with in 2017 has returned. New Hampshire Motor Speedway applied the sticky resin to...Show More Summary

NASCAR Cup: Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s wife puts foot down on 2018 Clash run

By AMANDA VINCENT When Dale Earnhardt Jr. won the pole for the Coke Zero 400 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway earlier this month, NASCAR’s Most Popular Driver 14 years running hinted at the possibility of running the Clash exhibition race for Cup Series pole sitters next February at Daytona, [...]

Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s wife doesn’t want him racing at Daytona because of the health risks

After Dale Earnhardt Jr. won the pole for the July race at Daytona International Speedway earlier this month, NASCAR’s most popular driver said he wanted to compete in the 2018 preseason Clash on the same track in February. As a former...Show More Summary

Dale Earnhardt Jr. reveals throwback paint scheme for Southern 500 at Darlington

Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s No. 88 car will have a design replicating the scheme he had when he won consecutive Xfinity Series championships. Dale Earnhardt Jr. is bringing out a familiar paint scheme for his final Southern 500 throwback weekend at Darlington Raceway, one that pays homage to his earliest days in NASCAR. Earnhardt’s No. Show More Summary

Dale Earnhardt Jr. says he'll keep taking Hail Mary gambles until he wins

Finishing “18th ain’t fun to look at on paper – I’ll tell you that.”

Not going to the No. 88 doesn’t necessarily rule out a move to Hendrick Motorsports

Matt Kenseth pretty much took himself out of the rumor mill for the No. 88 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet upon Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s retirement at season’s end with comments made Monday night on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio. But I wouldn’t be so quick to count him out of the Hendrick Motorsports drivers’ stable for 2018. Remember, there’s [...]

Dale Earnhardt Jr. ready to take risks at New Hampshire

5 days agoNews : USAToday: News

He doesn't want to be a cautious driver this weekend.        

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