JEFFREY EARNHARDT NASCAR DRIVER

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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.

2020 Closer at Phoenix Will See Earnhardt in Contec Blue

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Phoenix, AZ – Jeffrey Earnhardt takes to the track for one last time during this unique 2020 NASCAR Xfinity Series season.  What started out as a plan to race a select number of competitions transitioned into running the remainder of the season after missing the initial 4 races of 2020 with JD Motorsports with Gary Keller.  “This season was a great opportunity to work with Johnny and his team again and demonstrate some blue collar grit” said Earnhardt.  “We didn’t necessarily have a big plan or a lot of funding but with hard work and skilled execution we had some really good runs this season.  I’m so proud of everyone involved because it takes a lot to compete at this level and when you add COVID to the equation it was 5x harder.”

Jeffrey will be racing the blue Contec Zero Chevrolet today and it’s an appropriate finish to a year impacted by the corona virus.  “We’ve had great sponsor partners this season” commented Jeffrey.  “Having Contec onboard had been outstanding.  They’re great people and they’re leading the way in our frontline efforts to combat this virus.  I’m fortunate to have their support and we look forward to giving them a great run today.”

The green flag waives at 5pm EST and will be televised on NBCSN.

ForeverLawn Green Machine Next Up At Kansas Speedway for Earnhardt

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Kansas City, KS – The black and green machine is back this weekend at Kansas Speedway where Jeffrey Earnhardt looks to build on his strong finish at the Roval in Charlotte.  “I’m really happy to have ForeverLawn back onboard for Kansas and look forward to taking the ZERO to the front” commented Earnhardt.  “Last weekend’s race was a wild one and our team demonstrated a collective skill to match the conditions and bring home a decent finish.  Today’s race should be a lot less crazy but we’re determined to keep up the momentum and drive hard until the checkered.”
Earnhardt continues to maximize the opportunity driving for Johnny Davis and has been enjoying the “never say die” attitude of the team.  “We certainly don’t have the funding of the big teams but when we fire on all cylinders we’re beating teams with several times our budget” commented Jeffrey.  “We have to preserve our equipment but at the same time go out there and compete hard.  It’s a balancing act to do both but I know Johnny has my back and he’s a competitor.  He wants to win and fight to the finish but he also doesn’t want me burning through cars so we’re doing a good job under those parameters.  We’ve had a very committed sponsor base this season and their support means the world to me and everyone on this team.  ForeverLawn believes in our group and has chosen to partner with us because they know we’re hard working blue collar guys that dig in and never quit.  I’ll give them a plug.  If you want to watch our races instead of spending the day cutting some unsightly dead grass, give them a call and get a ForeverLawn and you’ll be in the recliner with a beverage cheering our Zero” said a smiling Earnhardt.
 
The green flag waives at Kansas at 7pm EST and will be televised on NBC Sports Network.

Rain Soaked Roval

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Charlotte, NC – The Charlotte Motor Speedway Roval proved to be quite the challenge during the NASCAR Xfinity Series Drive for the Cure 250 this past weekend.

Jeffrey Earnhardt and team had the Contec Inc. Zero Chevrolet ready for action but nothing could prepare the competitors for the plans Mother Nature had in store.

At the drop of the green flag the track was mostly dry but it wasn’t long before the cars headed to pit road to change over to rain tires.  It was clear early on that this race was going to be very unique.

Throughout the day Earnhardt navigated through wrecks, spins and a lot of contact.  Over aggressive moves on unchartered track conditions cost the field a lot cars, but with expert spotting by Chris Lambert Jeffrey was able to bring the Contec Inc. Zero to a p11 finish.  “This was absolutely one of the most difficult races I’ve ever driven” said Earnhardt.  “At one point I had to have the guys tape a towel to a stick and give it to me so I could wipe off the fog in order to see. Visibility was really poor but with Chris above and some quick decisions on track we were able to have a decent finish.”

Earnhardt now moves on to Kansas Speedway for the Kansas Lottery 300 on October