JEFFREY EARNHARDT NASCAR DRIVER

JEFFREY EARNHARDT NASCAR DRIVER

JEFFREY EARNHARDT NASCAR DRIVER

JEFFREY EARNHARDT NASCAR DRIVER

JEFFREY EARNHARDT NASCAR DRIVER

JEFFREY EARNHARDT NASCAR DRIVER

Jeffrey Earnhardt is the grandson of 7 Time NASCAR Cup Champion Dale Earnhardt and nephew of this generation’s 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 Euro Series.  He is absolutely committed to “Earning Earnhardt” and has his sights set on becoming a NASCAR Champion.

Earnhardt to Race in Las Vegas

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Las Vegas, NV – NASCAR driver Jeffrey Earnhardt heads to Las Vegas Motor Speedway this weekend with YesWay & Allsup’s onboard along with GASPOS and ForeverLawn.

Earnhardt and team didn’t have the Vegas race on the schedule but with the support of his new partners the race became a reality just weeks ago.  “I was planning on beginning my dirt racing that weekend when I received news that YesWay and Allsup’s wanted me to race Vegas” commented Jeffrey.  “I’ve been fortunate to have great people in my corner and this new partnership compliments our sponsor family well. I look forward to this bonus race in 2022 and sincerely appreciate the folks at YesWay, Allsup’s, GASPOS and ForeverLawn.”

Earnhardt will be piloting the number 35 Toyota Supra for Emerling Gase Motorsports.  The Alsco Uniforms 302 begins at 3:00 PM ET on NBC.

 

Toyota Driver Jeffrey Earnhardt Shows His Speed

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Bristol, TN – Toyota Racing has a rising star in the ranks and his name is Earnhardt.  Spending the last decade climbing the ladder of the sport, Jeffrey Earnhardt is making a statement every time he buckles in the seat of a race car.  Last nights Food City 300 at Bristol Motor Speedway was another demonstration of the 4th generation drivers talent and determination. With a starting position of 25th and an unplanned pit stop that took him from 14th to 30th, Earnhardt spent the night navigating lap traffic and passing much larger budgeted drivers.  

The second stage Jeffrey put on a clinic as he ran scuff tires in an effort to resume the same tire sequence as the leaders.  “Hang in there you’re doing fine on those tires” was the frequent message coming over the radio from his team.  As the final laps approached Jeffrey was strategically picking off one position after another.  A late caution opened the door for a final pit stop with the 26 ForerverLawn Supra and a shot at a top 5 finish.  Unfortunately the exit of the pit area was a speed trap for several race leaders and Earnhardt and company were sent to the back as penalties took their toll.  Jeffrey and team managed to salvage a 12th place finish but once again eyes were opened that Jeffrey Earnhardt is a legitimate contender on race day.

Next weekend Earnhardt heads to Texas where he fully expects to compete for the win.

Great Things Ahead for Earnhardt, SHR and Toyota

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Mooresville, NC – Nascar driver Jeffrey Earnhardt’s decision to move to Sam Hunt Racing for select races in 2022 has definitely proven to be a step in the right direction. Earnhardt has found himself upfront in every race in the SHR Toyota he’s driven this season and it’s had a positive impact on and off the track. “The synergy with this team is like nothing I’ve experienced before” commented Earnhardt. “Sam and I have become great friends and Alan, Bryan and the rest of the guys are people I want to be around. They’re all hungry like me and the Toyota support is once again a game changer for me. When I was with JGR they were really kind to me and I knew they were happy I was in a Toyota. This season I feel the same way. They’re very interested in seeing me do well and if all works out right I hope to demonstrate my commitment to them. We still have some races left in the 2022 season and I expect we’ll do well. I’m going to speak with my group and do everything possible to build on this momentum and stay in a Toyota for 2023.”