Jeffrey Earnhardt crashed in the final minutes of the first practice session for the Pure Michigan 400. He will be forced into a backup with no practice for qualification.
Thirty-something defines Jeffrey Earnhardt’s two-mile track record. In two previous starts at Auto Club Speedway and Michigan International Speedway, he qualified 39th and 38th respectively before finishing 34th and 37th. And of course, he did this in the No. 32 GO FAS Racing ride.
Jeffrey Earnhardt has made three starts on short tracks during his career and so far, Bristol Motor Speedway has been the site of his best result. He finished within two laps of the leader in the Food City 500 this spring in 32nd.
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Jeffrey Earnhardt (No. 32 Ford) finished seventh in Sunday's NASCAR Pinty's Series (NPS) Can-Am 50 Tours at Circuit de Trois-Rivieres in Quebec.
In 10 races this year, Jeffrey Earnhardt has not finished worse than he started a single time. He finished exactly where he qualified—in 38th or 39th—in his first three attempts, and has improved by at least one spot in his latest seven.
Sprint Cup driver Jeffrey Earnhardt (No. 32 Ford Fusion), grandson of the late seven-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Dale Earnhardt, will make his first NASCAR Pinty's Series start this weekend.
Jeffrey Earnhardt has made nine starts this season in the first 15 races. In six of these, he finished better than he qualified. In the other three, he finished exactly where he started.
Jeffrey Earnhardt’s best finishing result in the NASCAR Cup series this season has been 32nd in seven starts, but he has never cost fantasy players any place-differential points. He finished better than he started five times and exactly where he qualified twice.
Jeffrey Earnhardt will be behind the wheel of the No. 32 this week to make his eighth-start in two seasons. In six of his previous races, he has finished better than he started and his other two attempts ended exactly where they started.
In seven previous starts at the NASCAR Sprint Cup level, Jeffrey Earnhardt has earned positive place-differential points in all but one start. The one race in which he failed to improve came this spring when he finished 38th from 38th at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
BRP announced today that it will serve as the title sponsor for the August weekend NASCAR Pinty’s Series race at the Grand Prix de Trois-Rivières (GP3R). The race, scheduled for Sunday, August 14, 2016 will be named ‘Les 50 Tours Can-Am’.
Jeffrey Earnhardt does not have very much experience on similarly-configured, 1.5-mile tracks during his career, but he has made two starts this season with a best of 33rd at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Jeffrey Earnhardt has the worst starting position in the first five races this season with a 38.33. He has improved slightly in race trim to 35th, but that is the second-worst in the field.
Jeffrey Earnhardt posted the slowest time in Friday’s qualification session with a speed of 180.415 mph. He rolls off the grid 39th for the Auto Club 400.