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Looking ahead to Vegas

je fw1 2014Las Vegas, NV- Two races into the 2014 NASCAR Nationwide Series and Jeffrey sits 17th in points. Daytona was a clean race for Earnhardt but removal of the tandem draft left the smaller teams at a distinct disadvantage. Car & Driver ran to the best of their ability but the only answer to a higher place finish was more horsepower. The Daytona 500 victory by Jeffrey's uncle (Dale Jr.) was great motivation and everyone at JEI and JD Motorsports are doubling down to secure sponsorship to improve the program.

From there the team rolled on to Phoenix for some small track racing. Jeffrey drove the #4 Chevrolet Camaro to a clean 27th place finish before the race was called due to rain. "I'm happy to be out there competing and look forward to working with the team to increase our speed" said Earnhardt. "We need to increase our funding so we can get more competitive. I appreciate everything the guys are doing and look forward to Vegas."

Jeffrey's next race will be the Boyd Gaming 300 on Saturday, March 8th at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.


Meet Jeffrey Earnhardt

W50FlagEventforDaytona001Daytona, FL - NASCAR driver Jeffrey Earnhardt will be joining for a ceremony and meet & greet at VFW Post 1590 this Friday, February 21st 1013 Veterans Court Daytona Beach, FL. Come pay tribute to America's Vietnam Veterans and see Jeffrey with his race car for photo's and autographs.

Race Season Fast Approaching

January 24, 2014 - Salisbury, NC. The sun was shining and the #4 Chevrolet was shadowed by a green bird in front of VFW Post 3006. It was the first of many visits Jeffrey will be making to Veterans organizations during the 2014 season. "I always enjoy working with sponsors and meeting fans at their events but this is pretty special" said Jeffrey. "These veterans have served our country with great personal sacrifice and hearing their stories puts life in perspective. They didn't get the respect they deserved when they returned and I'm glad we can be part of making it right during the 50th anniversary."

The day was spent exchanging stories, taking pictures and discussing the upcoming season. Larry Edwards, Commander of VFW Post 3006 said, "I feel that it is only appropriate that it's an Earnhardt that is bringing the Vietnam War 50th Commemoration to the forefront." Rodger Feldbusch of the 4th Division commented, "It's touches me to see the Vietnam veterans honored this way, this will mean a lot to so many people, thank you." And finally a quote from Milton Williams, a veteran from the 82nd Airborne summarized his appreciation with words that so many Americans have been thinking over the years, "It's about damn time."

Milton, everyone on Jeffrey's team and millions of grateful Americans share your thoughts and we're honored to do our part to answer that call.

Jeffrey will be traveling throughout the country to pay tribute to America's Vietnam Veterans and we sincerely appreciate your service to our great nation.