Hendrick Motorsports announced that Earnhardt, the son of the late NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt, will retire from the NASCAR Cup Series after 18 seasons.
He began driving in the Cup Series in 1999 and joined Hendrick Motorsports in 2008.
is saying, and after the way the whole Tiger Woods scandal ended up, there’s reason to believe their reporting is accurate.
As Sports by Brooks informs us, the Enquirer has sources on record saying NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr.
The highlight came in June, when Stewart made a last-lap pass of Denny Hamlin at Sonoma Raceway to claim his 49th career victory that ultimately led to a berth in the 2016 Chase, where Stewart fell a few points short of advancing to the Round of 12.