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Jeffrey Earnhardt to run Coca-Cola 600 with Premium Motorsports

Fourth generation racer Jeffrey Earnhardt is back behind the wheel for NASCAR’s longest race this weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Earnhardt, 28, ran the first five races of the 2018 season with StarCom Racing before the two mutually parted ways in March. He now joins the Jay Robinson-owned Premium Motorsports for his third start in the 600, driving the No. ...

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Jeffrey Earnhardt and StarCom Racing part ways

Just five races into the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season, StarCom Racing and Jeffrey Earnhardt have parted ways. After scoring a career-best finish of 21st in the Daytona 500, Earnhardt and the No. 00 team have struggled for results with finishes of 34th, 31st, 35th and 36th. Following the Auto Club 400, the team, headed by former Daytona 500 winner Derrike Cope, announced ...

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Jeffrey Earnhardt pays tribute to Dale Earnhardt Sr.

[unable to retrieve full-text content]’s GarageCam catches up with Jeffery Earnhardt in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series garage to talk about his helmet that pays tribute to his late grandfater, Dale Earnhardt Sr…. NASCAR on Yahoo! Sports – News, Scores, Standings, Rumors, Fantasy Games

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Jeffrey Earnhardt to honor late grandfather with Daytona 500 helmet

Jeffrey Earnhardt was searching for the perfect way to honor his late grandfather Dale Earnhardt on the 20th anniversary of his winning the Daytona 500. Like any good public relations representative, Earnhardt’s specialist, Kate Fegley, had the ideal suggestion—a helmet featuring the Intimidator’s likeness. Although she had hoped to surprise the fourth-generation racer, necessity expedited the process. Earnhardt received the ...

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Jeffrey Earnhardt joins StarCom Racing for 2018

New NASCAR Cup team StarCom Racing has signed Jeffrey Earnhardt for its first full season in 2018.  StarCom recently leased a charter from Richard Childress Racing after Paul Menard moved to Wood Brothers at the end of the 2017 season, meaning it will run one less car this year. Former Daytona 500 winner Derrike Cope had driven its Chevrolet Camaro ...

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