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I think there’s a gentleman’s agreement among everybody at what’s fair and what’s not.
“Our personal life, who you’re dating or when you’re getting married or where you’re going to get married or what you do with your time off or your hobbies are totally fair game.” Earnhardt said he didn’t think their relationship would have any impact on how Patrick and Stenhouse race against or with each other.
Patrick, who drove for Earnhardt’s JR Motorsports the last three seasons in the Nationwide Series, is in the process of getting a divorce and will compete against Stenhouse for Sprint Cup rookie of the year this season. I don’t think it was a big deal to be honest with you.” MORE: NASCAR's first couple | Most Beautiful | Junior's girlfriend | Danica-Ricky Earnhardt, the sport’s 10-time most popular driver, knows what it’s like to live in the spotlight as his own private life has been covered by both the tabloids and traditional media.
“I think it’s fine — whatever people want to do to make themselves happy,” Earnhardt said Wednesday. He said most top drivers accept that their private life will be written about.
continues to defend his role in Saturday night’s incident at Kentucky Speedway where a bump from the No.
88 Chevrolet sent Danica Patrick’s car into the wall and ruined her race on Lap 207 of 267.
Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s girlfriend – celebrated birthdays on Wednesday. You’re just pumping them trying to get the fluid up, trying to get the pedal up.Well, when we got to the corner and I mashed the brake, it went all way to the floor, and I let off the brakes, mashed it again to the floor. I let off again and mashed the brakes and it goes to the floor, and then I ran in the back of her. There was nothing I could do about it." Earnhardt said the collision with Patrick kept his own car from hitting the wall, calling it "a silver lining." As for the angry reaction of Patrick, who was an XFINITY Series driver from 2010-2012 for the JR Motorsports organization that Earnhardt co-owns, her former boss wasn’t impressed. said Danica Patrick will "chill out" following her expletive-ridden tirade at the driver of the No. 10 car on Lap 206, driving her into the wall."F--k 88," Patrick said to her team, per Troy Machir of Sporting News. But I went into that corner and mashed the brakes to the floor. I don’t like running into Danica because it gets a little too much attention, but I’m sorry for that.88 car following their incident in Saturday's Quaker State 400. I pumped it three times all the way to the floor and then ran into her. Earnhardt, who is currently fourth in the Sprint Cup standings, wound up finishing 21st. She has not had a top-10 finish in a points race since NASCAR's trip to Bristol Motor Speedway in April.