NASCAR narrowly missed a much-needed Dale Earnhardt Jr. victory
Dale Earnhardt Jr. had a totally different attitude after his wreck in Saturday night's Budweiser Shootout than he did after his last accident at Daytona International Speedway. Last July, Earnhardt Jr. climbed out of his wrecked race car more angry
Today's version of the Great American Race is going to fall to an oldie but a goodie, at least when it comes to restrictor plate racing. Dale Earnhardt Jr. is your man.
Go Dale Jr. I wrote a few weeks ago that I thought Dale Earnhardt Jr. would win two Sprint Cup races this season. As you know, there are college students who were in pre-school when Dale Jr. last won a race. I don't expect
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If that had happened, we might very well be talking about Dale Earnhardt Jr. as the Daytona 500 champion today and not Matt Kenseth. If you know Biffle, then you know how badly that man wants to win. He hasn't won since Kansas in the fall of 2010.