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Eleven laps into practice at Daytona International Speedway, Dale Earnhardt Jr. blew the engine of his Hendrick Chevrolet SS. The crew will be changing Earnhardt Jr’s engine, and that will require him to start at the back of field during his qualifying run in the Budweiser Duels on Thursday. “They’ll figure out what happen,” Earnhardt said. “I’m sure there is some logical explanation as to [...]
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Jimmie Johnson finished fourth in today's Duel. He commented on what he learned.“It’s really tough to pass. When another car gets near your rear tire it’s like you threw the parachute out. Just a new vehicle, a new way to race we are trying to understand how to make our car better in those situations, just trying to learn really. Great run, a Chevy won, I think we were...
FOURTEENTH SEASON: Dale Earnhardt Jr., driver of the No. 88 National Guard Chevrolet SS, will kick off his 14th fulltime NASCAR Sprint Cup season when he takes the green flag in the Daytona 500 on Feb. 24. Earnhardt made his Cup debut on May 30, 1999, when he started eighth and finished 16th at Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway. In 469 career starts, the Kannapolis, N.C., native, has...
Dale Earnhardt Jr comments on engine failure during practice for the Budweiser Duel at Daytona Qualifying Races: WHAT HAPPENED?“We broke a motor, it’s as simple as that. They’ll figure out what happen. I’m sure there is some logical explanation as to what happened, but, we’ll just put a new one in and start at the back of the Qualifier tomorrow, and race up through there...
Dale Earnhardt Jr. has gained a little confidence heading into this NASCAR season, which he says is very important to have in the sport.
Last season was one of the overall best for Earnhardt as he won a race
Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s engine failed during NASCAR Sprint Cup
practice on Wednesday, meaning he will drop to the rear of the
field for his Budweiser Duel.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is one of NASCAR's best restrictor-plate drivers...
Dale Earnhardt Jr. discusses his engine failure at Daytona.
Sam Hornish, Jr. led the way with a lap of 46.915 seconds in the first practice for the DRIVE4COPD 300 from Daytona. Rounding out the top five was Brad Keselowski, Brian Scott, Austin Dillon, and Elliott Sadler.
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