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.

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.”

Earnhardt Back on Track at Nashville

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Nashville, TN. Jeffrey Earnhardt returns to action this weekend at Nashville Superspeedway for the NASCAR Xfinity Series Tennessee Lottery 250. Earnhardt will be piloting the ForeverLawn Number 26 Toyota Supra for Sam Hunt Racing.

“We are really excited for some redemption this weekend” commented Jeffrey. “Our races together this season have definitely had some curveballs but the team and I worked hard to make sure we checked every box for Nashville. If we can get a mechanically sound race I think we’re gonna be in good shape at the end.” Earnhardt demonstrated some incredible driving to finish p2 in Talladega and now he wants that same success for he and the SHR team.

If the preparation matches Earnhardt’s enthusiasm, fans can expect good things this Saturday. “We all want success together. We’ve bonded and have a great group of people pushing in the same direction . To get my first victory with Sam, Alan, Bryan and the SHR team would be really special. I think we’re ready and can’t wait to get the ForeverLawn black & green grass machine out on the track.” The green flag drops Saturday at 3.30pm ET and will be televised live on USA Network.

Earnhardt: Texas Recap

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Fort Worth, Texas. Jeffrey Earnhardt returned to action at Texas Motor Speedway this weekend.  Earnhardt was back in the Sam Hunt Racing number 26 with the ForeverLawn Toyota Supra sporting a new attractive paint scheme.  The temperature was hot and the track was fast but there were some issues that challenged the team throughout the race.

“We knew after practice and qualifying that we had some changes to make but it seems like we spent most of the day chasing the field” said Earnhardt.  “The guys never quit and we did our best to figure out what was keeping us from finding the late race spark like we did in Atlanta.  It was the same chassis and in Atlanta we had similar issues but found the answer late that day.  For this race we never really found the sweet spot.  Fortunately we have Charlotte this week and we’ll have another shot at a better finish.”
Earnhardt ran in the top 10 for part of the day but ended the race in p19.  In the past a top 20 finish wouldn’t be bad but both driver and team know they’re capable of much more. As they head to Charlotte for the Memorial Day weekend, you can be certain everyone will be focused on racing in the front.  “Our expectation is to run with the top teams and that is our plan” commented Jeffrey.  “We’re going to realize our potential and make sure that this weekend we get to a top 10 finish.”
 
The Alsco Uniform 300 at Charlotte Motor Speedway begins at 1pm on Saturday, May 28th and will be televised on FS1.