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2014 Season in Review

jeffrey-earnhardt-clt-2-2014Mooresville, NC – Jeffrey Earnhardt completed the 2014 NASCAR Nationwide Series season finishing 18th in points. Like all teams there were highs and lows but overall the drivers first full season was a success.

“This year was a great experience for me” said Jeffrey. “Getting the opportunity to run full time was important to my career and learning the different tracks is something we can build on. There were a few races where we had bad luck with getting wrecked and some mechanical failures but that’s part of racing. I really appreciate everything Johnny & Gary at JD Motorsports did for me and look forward to improving next season.”

Jeffrey caught the attention of fans, media and competitors this year with strong performances for the small team. And on one Bristol night his famous uncle, Dale Jr. had this to tweet “Proud as hell of you @Jearnhardt1” after he ran the underdog car to a 12th place finish.

“I think people know that we were underfunded and making a lot out of a little. I’m looking forward to the offseason to build a large enough sponsor base to compete for wins next year” stated Jeffrey.

Jeffrey is working on his 2015 plans and will be making announcements in the coming weeks so stay tuned and have a great Thanksgiving!

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On to Texas

qwMooresville, NC - Jeffrey Earnhardt and the JD Motorsports #4 Camaro sit 18th in points with just three races remaining in the 2014 NASCAR Nationwide Series Season. This year represents Jeffrey's first full season in the Nationwide series and there's been plenty to build on.

"It's been a year of ups & downs but mostly positive" said Jeffrey. "The team worked their tails off to maximize our opportunities and we've had good runs during the year. I've gained a lot of experience and I think we're exceeding expectations on most weeks. We ran a full year on a very small budget and that's a testimony to Johnny, Gary and the guys at JDM."

As they move to Texas for this weekends O'Reilly Auto Parts Challenge, the #4 team looks forward to finishing strong. "I'm ready to race the last 3 of the season and end 2014 on a positive note. We have three tracks that I like a lot and it should be fun for the entire team, said Earnhardt.

Next race is on November 1st at Texas Motor Speedway and will be televised on ESPN at 3:30 pm.

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Ready For Kansas

flexshot suit03 October 2014 - Kansas Speedway: Jeffrey Earnhardt will be piloting the JD Motorsports #4 Camaro this Saturday in the Kansas Lottery 300. With just 5 races remaining in the 2014 NASCAR Nationwide Series Season, Earnhardt sits 18th in points and an opportunity to move up in the rankings. "During the last few races we've had a mixed bag" said Jeffrey. "We had some issues with equipment and then in Richmond we were taken out with nowhere to go. Wrecks are part of racing so you take the bad with the good. In Kentucky we had a decent run and ended with a 16th finish. Our team is running on a tight budget at the moment so whenever we get a top 20 finish it's quite an accomplishment. The experience is good and I look forward to increasing our funding so we can get the engines & tools necessary to win races."

Kansas is a mile and a half track which proves challenging for the smaller teams but with good pits and smart driving the #4 team looks forward to a good day of racing. Television coverage begins at 3:30pm ET on ESPN.