In preparation for next season when he replaces Jeff Gordon, Chase Elliott makes his Sprint Cup Series debut Sunday. On the spectrum of debuts the anticipation falls short of Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s, whose premier series arrival came accompanied with a "Countdown to E-Day" promotion. Show More Summary
The push to make SAFER barriers more widespread is encouraging to Dale Earnhardt Jr., but NASCAR’s most popular drivers believes further work can be done. As tracks and NASCAR officials reevaluate how to better protect drivers in the wake of Kyle Busch injuring himself in a wreck last month, Dale Earnhardt Jr. Show More Summary
NASCAR's most popular driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. would do just about anything to win a Sprint Cup title, and that includes giving up his favorite hobby, barbecuing, to do it.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. took to Twitter over the weekend for an impromptu Q&A with his fans. He talked about everything. “@4rolltide: Where is your favorite place to hunt? @DaleJr” Missouri Ohio Kansas Oklahoma All been good to me. — Dale Earnhardt Jr. (@DaleJr) March 23, 2015 “@bgallegos70: @DaleJr is the fontana track as bumpy as it looks on […]
Your browser does not support iframes. NASCAR conspiracy theories are ridiculous. No, NASCAR wasn't rigging races for Jimmie Johnson during his five-year title run. No, the sport doesn't manipulate things to benefit Dale Earnhardt Jr. Show More Summary
A blown tire caused by excessive wear caused Dale Earnhardt Jr. to crash Sunday at Phoenix. Any chance Dale Earnhardt Jr. had of finishing fourth or better in every race this season ended in a hard crash Sunday at Phoenix International Raceway. Earnhardt was exiting Turn 2 when the right-rear tire suddenly let go with no warning, sending the No. Show More Summary
Dale Earnhardt Jr. hit the wall in Sunday’s race at Phoenix International Raceway, ending his day early and blowing his streak of three straight top four finishes. This year Earnhardt had been on a tear, finishing third, third, and fourth in the first three races of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Season. Show More Summary
Your browser does not support iframes. Dale Earnhardt Jr. was working his way back towards the front of the field after a pit-road speeding penalty when he heard a pop from the right rear of his car exiting turn two on lap 180 of Sunday's race at Phoenix International Raceway. It was his right-rear tire exploding. Show More Summary
Phoenix International Raceway hasn't been kind to right rear tires during today's CampingWorld.com 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup race. Sam Hornish Jr. ate the wall earlier after his right rear tire failed, but it was Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s tire that was the most explosive failure of them all. Read more...
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The weekend saw some interesting NASCAR races. The Sprint Cup race was the Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The 2014 Sprint Cup champion, Kevin Harvick won the race after passing Dale Earnhardt jr after a restart at lap 201. This was his 29th cup win and his sixth consecutive top 2 finish going
When NASCAR introduced its revamped Chase format in 2014, it said that drivers needed to attempt a full season to be eligible. But with the announcement less than two years removed from Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s concussion that sidelinedShow More Summary
A gamble on pit strategy didn’t pan out, but Dale Earnhardt Jr. wasn't second-guessing his crew chief. When you're in Las Vegas, it's almost a prerequisite you gamble and that's exactly what Dale Earnhardt Jr. and crew chief Greg Ives...Show More Summary
Making a start for an injured driver, Moffitt capitalized on the opportunity. The performance was so impressive Mark Martin, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Kyle Larson all felt compelled to send congratulatory tweets afterward. A one-off replacement...Show More Summary
Pop quiz: Who is the hottest driver in the Sprint Cup Series right now? (Careful, this is a bit of a trick question.) Daytona 500 winner Joey Logano, you say? Nope. Atlanta winner Jimmie Johnson? Try again. What about Dale EarnhardtShow More Summary
For the second straight race Dale Earnhardt Jr. finished third. When the season began there were questions how Dale Earnhardt Jr. would do without crew chief Steve Letarte, who left to become an NBC Sports analyst. Through two races, the early returns indicate Earnhardt will be just fine with Greg Ives, Letarte's replacement. Show More Summary
The six-time Sprint Cup champion won his first race of 2015 Sunday at Atlanta. Jimmie Johnson got the jump on a pivotal restart with 15 laps remaining, fended off Dale Earnhardt Jr. then drove away to win Sunday's NASCAR race at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Kevin Harvick finished second, followed by Earnhardt, pole-sitter Joey Logano and Matt Kenseth. Show More Summary
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Hey, Dale Earnhardt Jr. has a strong car. And he's a pretty damn good driver at Daytona too. The defending Daytona 500 champion, starting dead last Thursday night, powered his way to the front in the first Budweiser Duel and held off a charge from Joey Logano and Jeff Gordon to win the Daytona 500 qualifying race. Show More Summary
NASCAR rumbles into Las Vegas on Sunday, Mar. 8, when the Kobalt 400 takes place at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Last year, Brad Keselowski won the race, passing Dale Earnhardt Jr., who ran out of gas on the final lap.
The first car to cross the finish line of the 2015 Daytona 500 didn't belong to a Dale Earnhardt Jr. or a Jeff Gordon—it belonged to 24-year-old Joey Logano. It's been a short-yet-interesting career for Logano, as the youngster earned...Show More Summary