Jeffrey Earnhardt has failed to finish his last four efforts this year, with two accidents, a blown engine, and a transmission failure since Phoenix International Raceway.
Jeffrey Earnhardt has made two previous starts at Texas Motor Speedway and has shown slow improvement. He finished 35th last spring and was 34th in the fall.
Jeffrey Earnhardt has had three DNFs in the first five races of 2017.
Jeffrey Earnhardt has made three previous starts on two-mile tracks with three mid-30s finishes as a result.
Jeffrey Earnhardt will make his second Phoenix International Raceway start in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series this weekend.
Jeffrey Earnhardt will struggle to earn a top-30 finish this week at Las Vegas. In eight previous starts, he has earned only two such results.
Jeffrey Earnhardt has earned two top-30 finishes in seven starts on similarly-configured, 1.5-mile tracks.
The Daytona 500 will be Jeffrey Earnhardt’s second career plate race in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series; he finished 34th in last fall’s Hellmann’s 500.
Circle Sport with The Motorsports Group announced Monday on Twitter that Jeffrey Earnhardt will drive the team’s No. 33 car for the Daytona 500. The team has a charter, guaranteeing Earnhardt a spot in the field.
Jeffrey Earnhardt will not return to the No. 32 in 2017 as the team focuses on a single driver.
Jeffrey Earnhardt will make a third start in the No. 83 this week, after campaigning that ride in back-to-back 34th-place finishes.
For the first time in 20 races this year, Jeffrey Earnhardt finished worse than he started at Texas Motor Speedway.
Jeffrey Earnhardt will almost certainly earn positive place-differential points this week because in 20 career Cup races, he has never finished worse than he started.
Jeffrey Earnhardt will make his restrictor-plate, superspeedway debut this week in the No. 83 BK Racing entry.