Dale Earnhardt Jr. and DEI teammate Martin Truex Jr. appeared to be on the way to strong finishes at Chicagoland. Then misfortune struck, writes Rupen Fofaria.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. maintains he isn't felling the pressure to make the Chase. Why? Because he said he has the team to do it, writes Rupen Fofaria.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. isn't just optimistic this season, he's coming through with results worthy of the excitement, writes Rupen Fofaria.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. rolled the dice looking for victory, but he was still pleased with a top-10 finish, writes Rupen Fofaria.
Jimmie Johnson won the Daytona 500 on Sunday despite losing his crew chief earlier in the week.
Looking for a driver to bet will win the Daytona 500? Well, pick between Jeff Gordon an Dale Earnhardt Jr., writes Rupen Fofaria.
You think NASCAR is just play? Not when there's a friendly wager, or even a Beer War, going on, writes Rupen Fofaria.
A clue to Dale Earnhardt's greatness can be found in the struggles of the two teams he left behind, Rupen Fofaria writes.
Five years after the death of his legendary father, Dale Earnhardt Jr. is very much his own man, Rupen Fofaria writes.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. no longer has to answer questions about the Chase. But he still has to drive a car that's been subpar for most of '05.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. didn't have the best car Sunday at Chicagoland Speedway, but he had the best strategy and the most hunger to get out front and stay out front.
At the season's halfway mark, the most surprising thing about the Cup standings is who's not in the top 10.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is mired in a slump and facing a road course this weekend. Time to panic? He says no.
Who will be money at Talladega? The safest bets are still with DEI and Hendrick teams.
While most of NASCAR's top-shelf drivers fluctuate, Tony Stewart's quietly money in the bank.
Dale Junior isn't having his usual fun this season. But he isn't ready to concede anything just yet.