Dale Earnhardt Jr. Uncovers Plans to Race Again in 2022 and Surprisingly Admits to Single Reason Preventing Him From Racing More Than Once every Year.
Since resigning from full-time hustling with the NASCAR Cup Series later 2017, Dale Earnhardt Jr. begun a practice of dashing once every year with the Xfinity Series. The double cross Daytona 500 victor makes his return this end of the week at Richmond for his independent appearance in 2021. In an encounter with correspondents seeing the race, Earnhardt reported he as of now has plans for dashing in 2022 and shockingly conceded he would race more, however there’s one thing that is preventing him from doing it.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. hustled to 26 Cup Series wins in 19 seasons. In 24 years on the Xfinity Series, he acquired 24 successes. Notwithstanding less successes, Earnhardt was more fruitful generally in Xfinity hustling, acquiring consecutive titles in 1998 and 1999.
In the a long time since pulling back from Cup dashing, Earnhardt has not acquired any triumphs in his oddball Xfinity races, however there’s no denying he’s been effective.
In 2018 at Richmond, where he’s hustling this end of the week, Earnhardt procured a fourth-place finish. After a year at Darlington, he completed fifth. Last year at Homestead, the NASCAR Hall of Famer acquired another fifth-place finish.
During a media meeting this week reviewing the race at Richmond Raceway, Dale Earnhardt Jr. chatted with journalists and reported the arrangement is for the oddball competitions to proceed in 2022.