In 2012, including bonuses, Dale Jr. earned $5,816,567 in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series.
For his win at Michigan International Speedway on June 17, 2012, Dale Jr. earned $168,775.
Nothing, dead people can not make money.
In 2011, in a 36 race schedule, icluding bonuses, Dale Jr. earned $5,329,888.
In 2010, in a 36 race schedule, including bonuses, Dale Jr. earned $4,940,288.
In 2008, including bonuses, Dale Jr. earned $5,449,861 in a 36 race schedule.
In 2009, after a 36 race schedule, including bonuses, Dale Jr. earned $4,319,089.
Including bonuses, Dale Jr. earned $7,111,739in a 36 race schedule during the 2006 season.
Dale Jr., like every other Nascar driver, does not make a set amount of money per race. The amounts they earn depends on their finishing position week by week.
Depending on the make, model and condition of the machine, ie; Dixie -Narco, Royal, with the Dale Earnhardt insert, the machine is worth $1500 to $2500.
I've never heard of a Dale Earnhardt package available from the factory, but many of those packages were dealer installed down south.
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Actually, Dale Earnhardt Jr. made $27.1 million dollars in 2007 to Jeff Gordon's $22.5 million dollars. You can expect Dale's income to go up with new sponsorships from Adidias, Pepsi (Amp), and Sony. In fact, Dale commanded the largest endorsement deal in Pepsi's history when he signed with Hendrick Motorsports and picked up Amp as his primary sponsor.