Ralph Dale Earnhardt, Jr. recently announced that he was Dale Earnhardt Inc. (DEI), the company was founded by his father to leave to drive for Hendrick Motorsports in 2008. It is expected that his main sponsor, Budweiser, is for him to select his next team, although Budweiser still has a contract with DEI. Earnhardt Jr. Kyle Busch will take place from Hendrick Motorsports. Busch, meanwhile, the organization will leave at the end of 2007 Sprint Cup season.

Earnhardt, Jr. ‘s decision as a reliable Gibson exhaust caused positive feedback from the NASCAR community. Today’s announcement of Dale Earnhardt Jr. ‘s move to Hendrick Motorsports is indeed an important announcement for this season and beyond, and it should be noted that high-profile partnerships have been always been a part of NASCAR history to be competitive. There were so many great partnerships involving people of great character and ability.

We are proud of what they have brought to our sport. Dale Earnhardt Jr. has always said that in the first place he wants a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship win. We wish him good luck, said Brian France, NASCAR Chairman and CEO.Tony Ponturo, the Vice President of Global Media and Sports Marketing Anheuser-Busch, Inc. has to say this: Anheuser-Busch enjoyed a remarkable relationship with Dale Earnhardt Jr. has already started since our sponsorship in 1999. Dale Jr. is a great ambassador for the sport and our business and we look forward to exploring options with Hendrick Motorsports and JR Motorsports to continue Budweiser relationship with him as he enters this new stage of his racing career to an . Dale Earnhardt, Jr. is a synonym for the modern era of Chevy Motorsports with his 17 NASCAR Nextel Cup Series victories and two NASCAR Busch Series championship, all of the legendary small-block Chevy V8 powered . Dale Jr. has a choice in its future direction.

We are proud he chose to remain with Team Chevy – the winningest name in motorsports with 609 wins and 30 championships – to pursue his championship bid. On behalf of General Motors and Chevrolet, congratulations to Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Hendrick Motorsports on the announcement of their partnership, said Brent Dewar, GM North America vice president of Vehicle Sales, Service and the American Parts.Even cable television channel ESPN is on the professional American driver’s decision. I can not think of anything that is larger. He hit a home run and knocked him out of the stadium. His father always loved Rick Hendrick and had a great admiration for him.

With Junior finding that he be in a car with points, he has assured that he is in all the races next year. You’ll never risk any problems, whether it rains or you have an engine failure, which can keep you out of a race. I think he could have done with Richard Childress next season, but there was a problem – he could not pass points in the 2008 season, said Rusty Wallace, a analyst.Wallace ESPN’s colleague Tim Brewer, added: I think it’s a great decision because he wants to go and win races and win championships. He is the change for yourself, get into a good race car and he will get the job done.

They are proven winners and proven champions at Hendrick. The combination, he has had has not worked, and that’s no disrespect to anyone. I would if I show up he would not even have my helmet, and just ask what car should I want to get in? If I’d implemented a change and gone this far, I think I would make a big change.

Leave a Reply