JR Motorsports has four drivers battling for the NASCAR XFINITY Series championship and they all want to win it for car owner Dale Earnhardt Jr., something the boss really appreciates.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. discuses not breaking Bill Elliott's Most Popular Driver record and that a small piece of him doesn't want to see Jimmie Johnson win his eighth Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series title.
Part one of a three-part series on the life, career and legacy of Dale Earnhardt Jr.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr. says he knows he will have friends and family at Homestead-Miami for his final race, and it will be very emotional.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. talks about his relationship with Travis Mack and why he felt like Mack \'paid his dues\' to become interim crew chief in Richmond.
Jimmie Johnson responds to comments made by Dale Earnhardt Jr. earlier this week on "The Dale Jr. Download" where Earnhardt said a small part of him didn't want to see Jimmie win eight Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series titles.
Team owner Dale Earnhardt Jr. has all four of his drivers in the NASCAR XFINITY Series Playoffs, including the top three seeds -- and they all love driving for him.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. praises the preparation of his No. 88 team by Crew Chief Greg Ives who was absent at Richmond Raceway due to a post-race penalty at Darlington.
NASCAR.com caught up with Dale Earnhardt Jr. after the Virginia 529 250 at Richmond Raceway where he expressed the need for this Jr. Motorsports cars to preform better heading into the playoff.