Who sponsored Dale Earnhardt Jr?

Who sponsored Dale Earnhardt Jr?

Earnhardt’s personal endorsement partners include Nationwide, Chevrolet, Axalta, Goody’s, TaxSlayer and Wrangler. The two-time Daytona 500 winner owns a race car team, JR Motorsports, in the Xfinity Series.

Who was Dale Earnhardt’s first sponsor?

Rod Osterlund
Racing Beginnings Earnhardt eventually caught the attention of Rod Osterlund, a racing sponsor based in California, and the driver was signed to his first full-time Winston Cup contract for the 1979 season.

Who is Shea Earnhardt?

Shea Kylie Earnhardt was born on September 12, 1988 in Kannapolis, North Carolina at 6lbs 11oz. She is the sister of NASCAR Sprint Cup star Dale Earnhardt, Kelly Earnhardt and Taylor Nicole Earnhardt. She is the younger half-sister to former NASCAR driver Kerry Earnhardt.

Did Pepsi leave Hendrick Motorsports?

Hendrick Motorsports, Chase Elliott Getting New Beverage Sponsor With Pepsi/Mtn Dew Exiting. Hendrick Motorsports and driver Chase Elliott have landed a new beverage category sponsor in Adrenaline Shoc, a Keurig Dr Pepper-aligned healthy energy drink brand that is replacing outgoing partner Pepsi/Mtn Dew.

Which is the official website of Dale Earnhardt Jr?

DaleJr.com is the official website of Dale Earnhardt Jr. Find the latest news, race info, photos, videos, merchandise and more related to NASCAR?s Most Popular Driver. Subscribe Facebook Twitter Instagram JR Motorsports The Dale Jr. Foundation MENU Home News Dale Jr. News Media JR Motorsports About Biography Career Timeline Victory Lane My Dad

How many NASCAR championships did Dale Earnhardt Jr. win?

Regarded as one of the most significant drivers in NASCAR history, Earnhardt won a total of 76 Winston Cup races over the course of his career, including the 1998 Daytona 500. He also earned seven NASCAR Winston Cup championships, tying for the most all-time with Richard Petty.

How many kids did Dale Earnhardt have in his marriage?

In his marriage with Gee, Earnhardt had two more children: a daughter, Kelley King Earnhardt, in 1972, and a son, Dale Earnhardt Jr., in 1974. Not long after Dale Jr. was born, Earnhardt and Gee divorced.

Who was Dale Earnhardt’s replacement in the Busch Series?

At this time, his team was re-christened as the No. 29 team. Childress’ second-year Busch Series driver Kevin Harvick was named as Earnhardt’s replacement, beginning with the 2001 Dura Lube 400 at North Carolina Speedway.

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