Dale Earndheart Jr. Net Worth

Dale Earndheart Jr. Net Worth : $ 300 million

Dale Earndheart Jr. is a world renowned stock racing champion. Dale Earndheart Jr. Net Worth is $ 300 million.


Dale Earndheart Jr. Net Worth

Dale Earndheart Jr. Net Worth


Quick Points About Dale Earndheart Jr. :


Full NameRalph Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
ProfessionStock car racing driver
Height1.83 m
Date of BirthOctober 10, 1974
Place of BirthKannapolis, North Carolina, United States
Marital statusUnmarried
AchievementsBest Driver ESPY Award
Twitter Accounttwitter.com/DaleJ



Born on October 10, 1974, Ralph Dale Earnhardt, Jr. is professionally known as Junebug. Ralph is a professional American stock car racing driver. He is also a champion team owner. Ralph’s father Dale Earnhardt, Sr. is a NASCAR Hall of Famer. Ralph has had a very successful career in the Daytona International Speedway. This earned him the title “Pied Piper” of Daytona. He won the Daytona 500 race in 2004 and 2014. He was consecutively elected Most Popular Driver thirteen times, starting from 2003.

Currently, he drives for Hendrick Motorsport, the No. 88 Chevrolet SS, in NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. He also drives for his own team JR Motorsports, the No. 88 Chevrolet Camaro, in Xfinity Series. He had formerly driven for his father’s team Dale Earnhardt, Inc. (DEI), the No. 8 Chervolet.

2002-2003 is regarded as Earnhardt’s ‘roller coaster’ season. Due to the injury that he got in the Fontana race of that April, Ralph was unable to perform in the following races. In his next three races his ranking was worse than 30th. In 2003 Ralph got his fourth consecutive victory at Talladega. He also got a record breaking score. Ralph’s first Top 10 rankig in the 2007 NASCAR Nextel Cup Series came in the Bristol Motor Speedway. He finished 7th in the Food City 500.


Dale Earndheart Jr. Net Worth


Ralph started his 2008 season with a win at the 2008 Budweiser Shootout. During this race, Ralph had joined Hendrick. Ralph’s first Top 5 ranking came in the Goody’s Cool Orange 500 at Martinsville Speedway. Ralph’s chief of crew Chad Walter got fined for $35,000. Ralph started his 2012 season with 8th position in Budweiser Shootout. The Hendrick Motorsport made it public in the October of 2012 that Ralph would not take part in the Hollywood Casino 400 (at Kansas) and the Bank of America 500 (at Charlotte). In 2016 Ralph won the 1st Budweiser; this was his second continuous victory in the race.

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