In the Nascar Sprint Cup Series, Dale Jr. drives the #88 car with the National Guard and Diet Mountain Dew as his primary sponsors.
In the Natiionwide Series, he is the co-owner of JR Motorsports, which fields three cars, the #5, #7 and the #88.
Dale Jr. is a co-owner of JR Motorsports, which fields four cars in the NASCAR Nationwide Series (#5, #7, #9, #88). The teams two other owners are Rick Hendrick and Dale Jr's sister, Kelley Earnhardt Miller.
In 2014, the JR Motorsports #5 car will be driven by Kasey Kahne, Kevin Harvick, Brad Sweet and Austin Theriault. The #88 will be driven by Dale Jr. and Kevin Harvick. The #7 will be driven by Regan Smith and the #9 will have Chase Elliott as its driver.
Yes. Dale Jr. is a co-owner of JR Motorsports, which fields Nationwide Series cars. His three partners are, his cousin Tony Eury Jr., his sister Kelley Earnhardt and his Sprint Cup team owner Rick Hendrick.
No, he does not. Dale Jr. is a co-owner in the Nationwide Series only.
In certain races Dale Jr., like other Nascar drivers, will run different paint schemes on their race cars.
American race car driver, best known for his career driving stock cars in NASCAR's top division.
Dale Sr. drove the 3, 7, 8, 15, and 45 cars in the Busch Series.
There is no real history between these 2 NASCAR drivers. They just drive race cars professionally in the same class, for the same team.
Dale Earnhardt Sr. Winner's Circle lifetime series collection of 13 cars is worth about $1000 dollars.
Dale Jr. is a full-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race car driver and a Nationwide Series team co-owner. Outside of racing, Junior owns two car dealerships and two bars named 'Whisky River'.
Driving race cars is his work experience.
Not presently, but Kerry Earnhardt did race in Nascar. From 1998 through 2009, Kerry competed in 72 Nationwide Series races (formerly known as the Busch Series), 27 Truck Series races and 7 Cup Series races.
NASCAR is a very valuable sport. It provides entertainment to fans, and drivers have a job were they can race, doing something they love.
Dale Earnhardt Sr. liked to work on his car and race it most of the time. He was working full time by day, welding and mounting tires. He was racing or working on his cars by night.
Click on the link below. At this site you can click on a race from any year and see the cars Dale drove that season.