A Little Different in 2024 for Earnhardt

Hampton, GA- The 2024 season will be unique territory for the 4th generation Earnhardt racer.  Not kicking it off at Daytona and having a reduced schedule will prove challenging for Jeffrey.  “I’m used to starting our season in Daytona so this year was very much a curveball” stated Earnhardt.  “We took our lumps banking on some commitments that were made last year that didn’t come to fruition but we’re making the best of it and building the sponsor base for full time in 25.  I feel like with the ForeverLawn support and some irons in the fire we’ll be in great shape next year. Returning to Sam Hunt Racing and Toyota is a major step in the right direction and if our first run is an indicator of the future I expect we’ll deliver to our fans and sponsors.”

Earnhardt piloted the number 26 ForeverLawn BlackandGreenGrassMachine to a p8 finish after starting in the 22nd position.  “We ran with the big teams all night and had the cars in front of me on the final restart cleared better we would have had a shot at the win” commented Earnhardt.  “I absolutely think we can win races this season and look forward to Dega.”

The next scheduled race is 27 April at Talladega and Jeffreys team continues to pursue additional partners to increase this years races and build towards full time in 2025.