Two nascar drivers dating
Two nascar drivers dating
"It's only a few weeks away," Earnhardt said after accepting his 14th-consecutive National Motorsports Press Association Sprint Most Popular Driver award during ceremonies at the Wynn Las Vegas."Amy spilled the beans tonight that we're getting married on New Year's Eve.
We'll get out there and spend half a day somewhere running some long runs and getting a good idea of whether I'm ready to go.He said he is looking forward to being involved in all the planning for the upcoming event. "I'm so excited, so thrilled to be a part of it and I look forward to our future." The winner of 26 NASCAR premier series races, including a pair of Daytona 500 titles, Earnhardt was sidelined for the final 18 races of the 2016 season after suffering concussion-like symptoms following crashes in two races this past summer."I told her that when we were starting to plan that I wanted to be at every function and (a part of) every decision; I want to be involved in all the planning because I don't want to get married and then go 'yeah man, picking the flowers or whatever, what was that like? He has worked diligently with doctors to return to competition, and is expected to be cleared to compete when the 2017 season gets underway in February at Daytona.Wedding bells will be a part of the brief break as well.The sport's most popular driver confirmed Friday night that he and fiancée Amy Reimann will be married on New Year's Eve."There's always an awesome crowd, a good sell for us," Bowyer said.
"We have to sell our product and it's always been a healthy environment, fun for fans and a huge impact for Vegas.
At the end of the day that's what we're in the business to do -- put on a good show for a packed house and that track does that for us.
"Certainly the town provides a lot of entertainment for our fans, too." The downside, he noted, is that another track has to lose a date to accommodate such moves. I don't think any of them that are capable of (losing a race) deserve getting one taken.
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To round out the tripleheader, a September NASCAR XFINITY Series event at SMI's Kentucky Speedway will also be moved to LVMS.
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