is a well-known professional race car driver, but there's more to him than that.
In his office, he's known as "Boss Man" and is responsible for talent scouting, closing deals and sealin' the deal with a firm handshake.
He is at Darlington in December because of Michigan last June.
While his father had been married three times by the time he was 31, Earnhardt Jr. “It’s never really far away from your mind, I guess,” Earnhardt Jr. But I’m excited about it.” At one point, the couple had thought about getting married during an off weekend in the middle of the 2016 season. worried that NASCAR’s schedule changes so often that he might behave to celebrate his wedding anniversary on a race weekend within a year or two. But having a child and raising a child would probably the coolest accomplishment and proudest thing you could do. Earnhardt told me he was siding with his half-brother over his stepmother in a legal dispute. Mostly he worries about letting down all the people who care about him. She calms him when he worries, and he worries all the time.During our exclusive interview Thursday, he took his half-brother Kerry Earnhardt’s side in Kerry’s ongoing legal dispute with Teresa Earnhardt about the usage of the Earnhardt surname for business purposes. won NASCAR’s all-star race at Charlotte Motor Speedway in his rookie season at the sport’s top level.
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.
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.