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.

Earnhardt Races with Heavy Heart

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Loudon, NH – The week leading up to New Hampshire’s NASCAR Xfinity Series race was an emotional one for 4th generation driver Jeffrey Earnhardt.  At the conclusion of last weeks Atlanta race Jeffrey received word that his beloved Mawmaw had passed peacefully after viewing his race on TV.  “She loved watching me race and always listened in on the radio” commented Jeffrey.  “In Atlanta I received word that she passed after our race and it hit me hard.  I grew up on her lap and she was very special to me.  When I got to the track today my team surprised me with a tribute to her on the hood of our car.  It was really emotional for me and I can’t thank them enough.”  

Jeffrey finished p26 on the New England flat track and now prepares for road course action at Watkins Glen on August 7th.

Pocono Recap:

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Pocono Raceway – The number 0 green and black grass machine of ForeverLawn returned to action this past Sunday at Pocono Raceway for the Green 225 Recycled By JP Mascaro & Sons.  The Tricky Triangle didn’t disappoint with a large crowd and no shortage of on track excitement.  Jeffrey was prepared for some limited groove racing but throughout the race he was able to open up and make moves to improve the teams position.

Ups and Downs – Earnhardt Discusses Last Few Races

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Gaffney SC – NASCAR can be a roller coaster for the smaller teams and 4th generation driver Jeffrey Earnhardt has certainly experienced the highs & lows over the past few races.

Between part failures and a qualifying system that doesn’t lock in the top 36 fastest cars, it seemed like Lady Luck took a vacation for the ForeverLawn Zero. “Sometimes you have a hard time digesting the disappointment that can come with these experiences but anyone that knows me knows I don’t quit or dwell on this stuff” said Earnhardt.  “We had a real good run at Dover for a race without attrition and we were turning good times at Mid-Ohio once the team fixed the brake problem so you have to focus on those positives if you’re going to build up instead of crumble.”  Jeffrey continued, “I see people say bad luck or blaming the team and it’s like, bad luck isn’t the issue.  It’s errors by me or the team or another driver or in the case of COTA, we were faster than teams that made the race but because of owner points they got in and we didn’t.  I can’t focus on that and neither can the team.  We have to focus on the next race and the next task at hand.  We are small but we’re underperforming right now and it has to change.  The cars need forensic preparation, I need to make every on track decision the best I can and we have to expect only the best from everyone involved.  I know that’s everyone’s goal at the Zero team and I think that’s what we should expect moving forward.”

Earnhardt and the ForeverLawn Zero head to Texas Motor Speedway this coming weekend for the Alsco Uniform 250.