JEFFREY EARNHARDT NASCAR SPRINT CUP DRIVER OF THE #32 GO FAS RACING FORD FUSION

JEFFREY EARNHARDT NASCAR SPRINT CUP DRIVER OF THE #32 GO FAS RACING FORD FUSION

JEFFREY EARNHARDT NASCAR SPRINT CUP DRIVER OF THE #32 GO FAS RACING FORD FUSION

JEFFREY EARNHARDT NASCAR SPRINT CUP DRIVER OF THE #32 GO FAS RACING FORD FUSION

Jeffrey Earnhardt has a long lineage of racing history. The great grandson of 1956 NASCAR Sportsman Champion Ralph Earnhardt, grandson of 7 time Sprint Cup Champion Dale Earnhardt, nephew of this generations Most Popular Driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. and now Jeffrey intends to make his mark as a fourth generation racer from this legendary family.

April 25, 2016 Richmond, VA.

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The Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond International Raceway had few cautions and a lot of learning moments for the driver of the #32 CorvetteParts.net -VisoneRV.com, GoFas Racing Ford Fusion. The sun was bright and the track provided all the challenges forecasted during the day racing at Richmond. “We ran the full race and I learned a lot but I’d be lying to say it’s where we wanted to finish” said Jeffrey. “Everybody on the team, myself included are searching for those little things that make up another position or a little more speed here & there. We’re definitely growing as a team and I’m going to keep doing everything I can to improve each week. I’m glad the car came home clean and look forward to our next race.”

Bobby Labonte will be piloting the #32 car in Talladega next week.

Keeping up with: Rookie and underdog, Jeffrey Earnhardt

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Courtesy of TributeRacing.com
By Toby Christie, NASCAR Editor

Jeffrey Earnhardt is a 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series rookie of the year candidate, who is trying to help the Go FAS Racing team reach the next level in the sport. He also has the immense pressure of trying to uphold the legacy of the Earnhardt name, while learning the ropes at NASCAR’s top level. Earnhardt is coming off of his career-best finish of 32nd this past week at Bristol, and a couple of weeks ago at Texas he sat down with Tribute Racing to talk about a plethora of topics.

In sitting down with the 26-year old driver, you can tell right away how humble working up the NASCAR ladder the hard way has made him.

“I’ve got a long way to go as far as learning, and developing my driving skills in these Cup cars. They’re a whole different animal and completely different from Xfinity cars,” Earnhardt admitted. “So I’ve struggled with that the first few races, and I’m still struggling with that. The learning curve is starting to be better.”

Even though he is still learning on the fly, you really get a sense that Earnhardt genuinely appreciates the hard work put in by his team.

“I think 12 or 13 employees is all we have. A couple of guys stayed back at the shop, and the rest are travel guys. They work all week in the shop, and then come on the road all weekend. Like I said, they bust their ass man,” Earnhardt said. “I can’t talk about how hard they work, or how good of workers they are enough, because they really do go above and beyond. They put in those late hours at the shop whenever most of these teams are going home at five o’clock, these guys are busting their ass until eight, 10, hell midnight sometimes to get these cars ready. It’s a big difference.” (more…)

April 15, 2016 Bristol TN

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Heading into this weekend’s event at the Bristol Motor Speedway, the No.32 VisoneRV/CorvetteParts.Net team will travel to “The Volunteer State” with Jeffrey Earnhardt for the 56th annual Food City 500 at the Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, TN.
 
Sunday’s event will mark Earnhardt’s first career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS) start at the fast half-mile track, and his seventh career NSCS start. The Mooresville, NC native has four starts thus far in 2016 at Atlanta, Las Vegas, Fontana, and Texas marking his first start a short track for the season.
 
Earnhardt made his first start at Bristol in the NASCAR Xfinity Series back in 2012 driving for Rick Ware where he finished 26th after starting 32nd. The 2016 Sunoco Rookie of the Year contender has a best career finish in Bristol of 12th, which came in the 2014 fall race.
Jeffrey Earnhardt on Bristol:
“Bristol is a race I really enjoy.  I’ve had decent finishes in the Xfinity Series the past two years and look forward to competing at the Sprint Cup level to see how we do.  This weekend we’ll be racing the #32 with CorvetteParts.Net and Visone RV onboard so it will be great to spend time with TJ Keen and the people from their companies and give them our best effort.  Bristol is one of those tracks where drivers, teams and fans have nonstop adrenaline. I can’t wait.”
Chassis Info:
Crew Chief Wally Rogers will be bringing chassis GFR-803 to serve as the primary car. This chassis was last ran at Fontana in March. Chassis GFR-802 will serve as the backup car.