Even though Dale Earnhardt Jr. will be the fourth big name to leave NASCAR in a three-year window, he thinks the sport is in good hands. “Kyle Larson, Chase Elliott, just to name two of probably a dozen guys that I'm excited about,” he said. “I think that's all I read about on Twitter yesterday
With Earnhardt Jr. no longer driving in 2018, NASCAR's 20something stars are now the sport's most marketable drivers.
Longtime NASCAR fan favorite Dale Earnhardt Jr. says he will retire from the sport after the 2017 season. Earnhardt has 26 career Cup victories, has won NASCAR's most popular driver award 14 times, but has never won the Cup title. Earnhardt, now 42 raced at the Milwaukee Mile several times during