NASCAR veteran Dale Earnhardt Jr. has been a part-time driver since 2017 but says he is unsure if he will participate in future races.
NASCAR veteran Dale Earnhardt Jr. has been semi-retired from racing since 2017, but he revealed he may have participated in his final race.
Earnhardt, 45, raced Saturday in the Xfinity Series at Homestead-Miami Speedway, his first since appearance since August 2019 at Darlington. Following his fifth-place finish, the veteran driver said he is unsure if he will appear in another NASCAR race.
“I don’t know how many more of these I’ll do,” Earnhardt said after the race. “This might be the last one. This ain’t no tease or anything. I’m not trying to be annoying about that. It’s just a lot of commitment and I don’t know. It’s getting to the point where I’ve got to decide whether I’m helping things or I’m not helping the team, can I
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