Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we’ll provide the jams. Read more...
Earnhardt Jr., a buoyant personality compared to his famous, and gruff, father, served as a bridge between Nascar eras and was a huge hit with racing fans.
Your browser does not support iframes. Hendrick Motorsports isn’t rushing to line up a replacement for Dale Earnhardt Jr. in 2018. NASCAR’s most popular driver said Tuesday that the 2017 season was going to be his last in the Cup Series. Show More Summary
Analyzing the candidates Hendrick Motorsports will likely consider to drive the No. 88 car next season. Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s announcement on Tuesday that he’s retiring at the end of the current Monster Energy Cup Series season creates...Show More Summary
CONCORD, North Carolina, April 25 (Reuters) - Dale Earnhardt Jr., NASCAR’s most popular driver, said on Tuesday that his abrupt retirement announcement comes from a desire to depart on his own terms.
NASCAR’s transition from the roaring cigarette-sponsored behemoth it was in the 1990s to its new stage race and playoff format of the 2000s never seemed more imminent than it did as Dale Earnhardt Jr. stood behind a podium at Hendrick Motorsports on Tuesday and announced that he was retiring from the Cup Series at the end of 2017. Show More Summary
April 25 (Reuters) - Dale Earnhardt Jr., NASCAR's most popular driver, said on Tuesday that he will retire after the 2017 season, a major loss to a sport already suffering from diminished star power and waning popularity.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. abruptly announced his retirement at the end of the season Tuesday.
He got some good laughs with this one.
The star driver told NPR just two weeks ago that he wasn't sure when he'd be leaving the sport. He recently took time off to recover from a concussion.
A look back the races and moments that defined Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s Cup Series career. Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s NASCAR Cup Series career spanned three decades, encompassed 603 starts that saw him total 26 wins. During that run he was the...Show More Summary
He loves his supporters.
Driver says he told team owner Rick Hendrick on March 29 of his plans to leave car.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is no stranger to getting hurt in the race car, but last year’s long concussion recovery opened his eyes to just how tenuous his health is as a racer. So, he announced today that he was retiring from the NASCAR Cup Series on his own terms while he still can make that announcement on his own. Read more...
No recent retirement announcement has stung racing fans quite as much as Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s did today. Sure, he’s 42 and we should all have expected this, but he simply feels like one of us: a straight-talking man of the people—the likes of which the hyper-polished world of NASCAR could use a lot more of. Read more...
Dale Earnhardt Jr. has suffered multiple concussions in his career, including one that sidelined him for 18 races in 2016. (Getty) Dale Earnhardt Jr. said Tuesday that his choice to retire after the 2017 season came after serious reflection as he rehabbed from a concussion that sidelined him from half of the 2016 season. Show More Summary
Nascar's biggest star has earned more than $400 million from salaries, endorsements, licensing and prize money pushing his net worth to an estimated $225 million.
Your browser does not support iframes. Dale Earnhardt Jr. is retiring from NASCAR at the end of 2017. Hendrick Motorsports announced Junior’s decision Tuesday morning and said the driver would have a press conference Tuesday afternoon to explain the reasoning behind the decision. Show More Summary
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is going to address the media for the first time since announcing he'll be retiring from NASCAR after the 2017 season... and we're live streaming the whole thing. There is speculation Dale Jr. will follow Tony Romo's lead and…