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But he has never won a Sprint Cup points race at CMS and will try to do so once again Sunday night in the longest NASCAR race of the season.
“I’d like to get a win here in a points race,” Earnhardt said as we stood inside his No. “We won the all-star race when I was a rookie, but I haven’t won a big race here.
People stopped by the house and dropped off to-go boxes. Cooking dinner and trying to be more normal and being awake during the day. Eventually you have to get on the same schedule or we don’t see each other.”The couple joined his sister, Kelley Earnhardt Miller, her husband L. Miller and JR Motorsports information technology manager Martin Friedrich on a trip to Germany during an open weekend last month.
That’s basically how I’ve influenced him a little bit.“I’m not trying to. The Earnhardts were tracking their ancestry, with brother and sister knowing all along there was a bigger surprise in the works.“I told her about this trip and we talked about it for two or three years and had done a ton of work on the genealogy stuff to understand what we were doing and making sure we were doing the right thing and going to the right places,” Earnhardt said.
The past couple of weeks have not been the easiest for Dale Jr.
and he has been focusing like never before on getting healthy so he can return to the track.
enters Sunday’s Coca-Cola 600 closer to the end of his career than the beginning, thinking not only about winning races but also about his impending marriage to Amy Reimann. long ago climbed out from under his father’s enormous shadow.Terry Renna Associated Press Dale Earnhardt Jr (left) poses with fiancee Amy Reimann in Victory Lane after winning the first of two qualifying races for the Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway on Feb. Dale Earnhardt Jr., left, and his girlfriend Amy Reimann, right, celebrate after he won the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series auto race at Martinsville Speedway in Martinsville, Va., Sunday, Oct. The grandfather clock, background, is the winner's trophy. Reimann had heard of the name Earnhardt when she worked at architectural design firm Wakefield Beasley & Associates in Ponte Vedra Beach, but she had never watched a NASCAR race or knew anything about the third-generation driver.