This week’s Sunoco Red Cross Pennsylvania 500 taught me one thing: Dale Earnhardt Jr lacks the maturity and the temperament to win the Sprint Cup championship.
Critics and fans are quick to point out that Dale Earnhardt Jr has dropped two places in the standings since Lance McGrew took over as crew chief of Hendrick Motorsports’ No. 88. But, it’s too soon for people to be worried.
Jimmie Johnson overcame a slow final pit stop, and charged through the field, passing Greg Biffle and Tony Stewart to win the Autism Speaks 400 from Dover International Speedway.
After the ouster of Tony Eury Jr as crew cheif for his cousin, Dale Earnhardt Jr, Junior Nation collectively exclaimed, “Finally!” For quite a while now, Jr Nation has been calling for Eury Jr’s head — or job as it were. Eury Jr took a lot of the flack for Dale Jr’s lackluster, on-track performance. [...]
Tony Eury Jr is out as crew cheif for Dale Earnhardt Jr starting this weekend at the Autism Speaks 400 at Dover. Team manager Brian Whitesell will assume the role for Hendrick Motorsports No. 88 Amp/National Guard Chevy this weekend, with Lance McGrew taking over on an interim basis after that. In a prepared statement, [...]