Dale Earnhardt Jr. is one of two drivers along with Ryan Newman to score a victory in his first attempt in the all-star race. His first appearance came in 2000.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. was part of a three-car incident just past the 200-lap mark, but he used some race strategy to salvage a third-place finish in the SpongeBob 400 at Kansas Speedway.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. posted the second-quickest speed in the first practice session. His top speed of 184.678 mph from laps 34 through 43 was nearly four-tenths slower than that of Erik Jones.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. led the final 27 laps of the Talladega race and won the Geico 500 virtually uncontested.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. continues to ride a seesaw in recent Cup weekends. His third-place finish in the Duck Commander 500 at Texas Motor Speedway came on the heels of a 36th at Martinsville, a sixth at Auto Club, a 43rd at Phoenix, and a fourth at Vegas.
Sprint Cup regular Dale Earnhardt Jr. has the best 10-lap consecutive average speed in the XFINITY Series final practice for the O’Reilly Auto Parts 300 at Texas Motor Speedway.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. began the 2015 season with a record that rivaled Kevin Harvick. He finished in the top-five in the first three races with thirds at Daytona and Atlanta. His last three attempts ended in one top-10 and two results worse than 35th.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is back on track with a sixth-place finish in the Auto Club 400. He started the season with three straight top-fives before cutting a tire, crashing, and finishing 43rd at Phoenix.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. had his worst finish of the year at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Fortunately for his fantasy owners, that effort ended in a fourth-place on the heels of back-to-back thirds at Daytona and Atlanta.
Besides driving the No. 88 Nationwide Chevrolet SS in Sunday's Kobalt Tools 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Dale Earnhardt Jr. will also enter the XFINITY Series event on Saturday.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. finished third in the first two races of this season. Last week he was third in Daytona and he repeated that effort at Atlanta.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. was one of the Pied Pipers of Daytona on Sunday by leading 32 of the 203 laps. That put him in a virtual tie for the second-most laps led with Joey Logano (at 31) and Jimmie Johnson (39). Teammate Jeff Gordon led the most laps with 87, but no one else managed to record more than four laps at the head of the pack.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. posted the fastest single lap in Friday afternoon’s practice. His top speed was 194.405 mph.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. proved why he is the Pied Piper of Daytona. He dominated the second half of the first Gatorade Duel in Daytona and won in convincing fashion with a little assist from teammate Jeff Gordon.