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|Birth date:||10 Oct 1974,|
|Birth place:||Concord, NC, USA,|
|Profession:||An American professional stock car racing driver and champion teamowner,|
|Parents:||Dale Earnhardt (NASCAR Hall of Famer Dale Earnhardt (NASCAR Hall of Famer Dale Earnhardt), Sr.), Brenda Lorraine Gee|
Jimmy Johnson (Coach)
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Ralph Dale Earnhardt Jr., commonly known as Dale Earnhardt, is a famous American race car driver, radio personality, actor, as well as a voice actor. Dale Earnhardt’s father was a well-known NASCAR driver, Dale Earnhardt Sr., who was a seven-time winner of the Winston Cup Series and was also named Winston Cup Series Most Popular Driver, as well as one of NASCAR’s 50 Greatest Drivers. Following his father’s footsteps, Dale Earnhardt joined NASCAR sports event for the first time in 2000, and even though he did not secure the title of the Rookie of the Year, he finished the year with two wins. Throughout his lengthy racing career, Dale Earnhardt has won the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race in 2000, won Daytona 500 race in 2014, and was named Sprint Cup Series Most Popular Driver eleven times since 2003.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Net Worth $300 Million
In addition to being a popular NASCAR driver, Dale Earnhardt has made several on-screen appearances, and featured in such films as Michael Bay’s “Transformers: Dark of the Moon” with Shia LaBeouf and Josh Duhamel, and “Herbie: Fully Loaded” with Lindsay Lohan. Dale Earnhardt is also notable for voicing several characters in “Scarface: The World Is Yours” video game, an animated film called “Cars” and an episode of “Handy Manny”.
A famous race car driver, how rich is Dale Earnhardt? In 2013, Dale Earnhardt earned a base salary of $10 million, to which he added a sum of $2.9 million from his winnings, as well as $13 million from various sponsorships. In 2014, Earnhardt earned $2.6 million from his winnings and plus a sum of $115 000 that he earned from the Nationwide Series. In regards to his wealth, Dale Earnhardt’s net worth is estimated to be $300 million. Undoubtedly, most of Dale Earnhardt’s net worth, as well as wealth, comes from his career as a professional race car driver.
Dale Earnhardt was born in 1974, in Kannapolis, North Carolina. As he grew up in a family of professional race car drivers, it is not surprising that he took up the same path. Earnhardt began training at the age of 17 with the help of his father, with whom he also partook in various sport events. Over the years, Earnhardt mastered his driving skills and was given an opportunity to drive in a Busch Series event. Earnhardt went on to win several Busch Series Championships, which helped him get into the NASCAR events, such as the Winston Cup Series. Dale Earnhardt started off his NASCAR career with two wins, yet shortly afterwards he was faced with a tragic event in his life. In 2001, his father Dale Earnhardt Sr. was killed in a car crash during the Daytona 500 event. Earnhardt Sr. suffered from a skull fracture, which resulted in instantaneous death. Dale Earnhardt Jr. came back to compete in the races the following week after his father’s death and later that same year won the EA Sports 500 event.
A famous race car driver, as well as an actor, Dale Earnhardt Jr. has an estimated net worth of $300 million.
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|1||He is preparing for the up and coming 2004 Nextel Cup season. Began testing in early January at Daytona. [January 2004]|
|2||(February 15) Won his first Daytona 500 six years to the day his father won his first and only Daytona.|
|3||Will attempt to pull off the Daytona Double and win the Daytona 500 and Pepsi 400 in the same year. The last drivers to accomplish the feat were Bobby Allison (1982), 'LeeRoy Yarbrough' (1969), Cale Yarborough (1968) and 'Fireball Roberts' (1962). [July 2004]|
|4||Uncle of Jeffrey Earnhardt.|
|5||Jr.'s first win for Hendricks Motor Sports in the 88 Amp Mt. Dew/National Guard car was in Michigan on June 15, 2008. This was his first win in 76 races. His car ran out of gas as he crossed the finish line and he had to be pushed to Victory Lane.|
|6||Good friends with Chris Cooley, tight end for the Washington Redskins, and Gary Allan.|
|7||Finished the 2001 Daytona 500 in second place, behind team mate Michael Waltrip; it was the same race where his father, Dale Earnhardt Sr., was killed in.|
|8||Appointed Honorary Ambassador of Peace for the Harvey Ball Foundation along with Jackie Chan, Brooke Shields, A.V.T. Shankardass, Jerry Lewis, Prince Albert of Monaco, Jack Nicklaus, Greg Norman, Phil Collins, Jimmy Buffett, Darrell Waltrip, Heather Mills, Yoko Ono, Patch Adams, Sergei Khrushchev and Winnie Mandela.|
|9||Is second in Talladega victories with 5, trailing only Dale Earnhardt Sr., who had 10 victories at the track.|
|10||Beat out Jeff Gordon to win 2005 NASCAR's Sexiest Driver (an event by FOX that the fans voted on every week).|
|11||He's named after his paternal grandfather and father, both NASCAR racers. His father, Dale Earnhardt, started DEI (Dale's place of employment) and his stepmother, Teresa Earnhardt, now owns it. His 2000-2004 crew included two uncles and a cousin (Danny Earnhardt, Tony Eury Sr. and Tony Eury Jr.).|
|12||Burned in a Corvette race at Sonoma; started the next two race still in bandages, but was unable to complete either. John Andretti and Martin Truex Jr. were his substitute drivers.|
|13||His mother's name is Brenda; his stepmother is Teresa Earnhardt.|
|14||Grandson of dirt track racing legend Ralph Earnhardt.|
|15||Younger half-brother of Nascar driver Kerry Earnhardt.|
|16||Only driver in NASCAR NEXTEL Cup history to pull off a Bristol Sweep in one weekend (won both busch and cup race). [August 2004]|
|17||Owner of the #8 Bass Pro Shops Chevrolet, piloted by Martin Truex Jr., in Busch Series competition.|
|18||Has 12 NASCAR NEXTEL Cup victories. The most of any driver who has entered the NEXTEL Cup Series within the last four years.|
|19||Joins the Allisons (Bobby Allison and Davey Allison) and the Pettys (Lee Petty and Richard Petty) as the third father and son combination to win the Daytona 500.|
|20||On February 15, 2004 he won the Daytona 500. His father won that race six years prior on the same day.|
|21||Has one older half-brother, Kerry Earnhardt (from dad's first marriage); one older sister, Kelley Earnhardt (second marriage); one younger half-sister, Taylor Nicole Earnhardt (third marriage).|
|22||Entering July 2003, had won the following races in Winston Cup - 2000 Texas 500 and Richmond 400, 2001 Firecracker 400, Delaware 400, and EA Sports 500, 2002 Alabama and EA Sports 500s at Talladega, 2003 Alabama 500.|
|23||Became first driver, since Bill Elliott at Michigan 1985-6, to win four straight races on one super-speedway, doing so at Talladega, October 2001 through April 2003.|
|24||Son of legendary 7-time Winston Cup champion, Dale Earnhardt.|
|25||Made People's 2002 50 Most Eligible Bachelors list.|
|26||Has one older sister, Kelley Earnhardt; one younger half-sister, Taylor Nicole Earnhardt; one older half-brother, Kerry Earnhardt.|
|27||He is going to be racing a #3 Monte Carlo in two Busch Cup races for the 2002 season.|
|28||2-Time NASCAR Busch Grand National Series Champion|
|29||First Rookie to win "The Winston" All-Star Event|
|30||Scored his first Daytona victory just 5 months after his father was killed there in the final lap of the 2001 Daytona 500.|
|1||If I wasn't racing, I'd be working at my dad's Chevrolet dealership. It was only a couple of years ago that I was the fastest oil-change man in the place.|
|2||I'm so happy to be a part of this team. We have a great unit, and that's what it takes. It takes a lot more than just a driver. The guys taught me a lot last season, and I'm sure I'll keep learning about racing for many years to come.|
|3||I don't really think about carrying on the family racing name, I'm just so proud of my family and real proud to be involved with my father in racing. It's a good relationship. I'm proud of my father and grandfather and what they've done.|
|1||#8 red Budweiser Chevrolet|