JEFFREY EARNHARDT MONSTER ENERGY NASCAR CUP SERIES DRIVER

JEFFREY EARNHARDT MONSTER ENERGY NASCAR CUP SERIES DRIVER

JEFFREY EARNHARDT MONSTER ENERGY NASCAR CUP SERIES DRIVER

Jeffrey Earnhardt is the grandson of 7 Time NASCAR Cup Champion Dale Earnhardt and nephew of this generations most popular driver, Dale Jr.  Jeffrey began his race career piloting a silver 4 cylinder Yugo on the dirt tracks of Wythe Raceway in Rural Retreat, Virginia. He won Rookie of the Year at the local track and knew immediately that he’d be chasing his dreams to the paved tracks of NASCAR. Jeffrey hasn’t depended on his famous last name for opportunity.  Creating his own company and working his way thru the ranks like his grandfather did, Jeffrey has competed in Truck, Xfinity and Specialty events including the Rolex Series and NASCAR Europe Series.  He is absolutely committed to “Earning Earnhardt” and 2017 begins his journey to become a champion at the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series level with his Daytona 500 debut.

The Earnhardt Way

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Mechanical Issue Ends Phoenix Early. Going to California!

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Phoenix, AZ (Mar. 19, 2017) – Temperatures in the car were warm enough to fry an egg but a rear gear mechanical issue ended the day early for the Jeffrey Earnhardt and the number 33 Circle Sport TMG Chevrolet. “This was not something we saw coming and it was really frustrating” said Earnhardt. “Every race is critical to the well being of our race team so when we have a mechanical failure so close to the first green flag it burns everyone up.”

The team had Jeffrey drive straight to the garage to attempt repairs because there was no caution but further investigation uncovered that the damage was too severe to repair in time to return to the track.

The team moves on to California to compete in the Auto Club 400 on Sunday March 26th.

Sundays race will be televised on Fox at 3:30 PM ET and available on Sirius XM NASCAR radio channel 90.

33 Heads West

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Las Vegas, NV (Mar. 10, 2017) – Jeffrey Earnhardt and the number 33 Circle Sport TMG Chevrolet begin their West Coast circuit with the running of the Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway this weekend. After a true blue collar effort in Atlanta, Earnhardt and team face another Sunday of tough competition.

“We’re fighting our way through the beginning of the 2017 season due to our late start putting this program together” commented a determined Earnhardt. “There were circumstances beyond our control that delayed our arrangement and now we have to do our best to man up and race to the best of our ability until we secure sponsor partners to get to the next level.” Racing on half the allotment of tires in Atlanta was no easy task but the layman effort of team & driver once again demonstrated the perseverance that has served Earnhardt so well as he climbs the ranks of NASCAR.

“It’s challenging for sure but I always keep in mind our US military out there doing real tough stuff so how the heck can I complain” said Jeffrey. “Joe and Curtis have given me an incredible opportunity and there’s no way I’m not smiling every time I get behind the wheel of their car.”

The speed in Las Vegas for the 3rd race of the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season is certain to be fast and the 33 team looks to make progress and build this working man’s program into something the fans can be proud of. Team owner Joe Falk said it best, “we’re an underdog for sure but sponsors are going to see how hard this kid works and how committed he is to success. I’m confident it’s just a matter of time before the next Earnhardt driver finds his place in front of the pack and we’re glad he’ll be doing it in the 33 car.”

Sundays race will be televised on Fox at 3:30 PM ET and available on Sirius XM NASCAR radio channel 90.