Fans of the Earnhardt family, who are bummed that Jeffrey Earnhardt’s stint at Joe Gibbs Racing came to an end because they wanted to see the legacy continue, should be pumped about the following announcement.
Bobby Dale Earnhardt, the 32-year old son of Kerry Earnhardt, will be making his return behind the wheel of MBM Motorsports’ No. 66 Toyota in the NASCAR Xfinity Series in the upcoming events at Kansas Speedway and Texas Motor Speedway.
Earnhardt made the announcement on Monday that Copeland Insurance Agency would be sponsoring the effort via social media.
Excited to announce Copeland Insurance Agency has come on board as a sponsor for the upcoming races at Kansas & Texas in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.
— Bobby Dale Earnhardt (@BobbyEarnhardt) October 2, 2019
However, as cool as that is, Earnhardt also left another little nugget in his Tweet. Apparently, he will have another huge announcement in the coming days. His only hint to what he is referencing was, “Let’s Get Healthy.”
Could this be a deal for 2020 that will put Earnhardt into a car in multiple races? We will have to wait to find out for sure.
A browse around Google shows that several companies have taglines that say “Let’s Get Healthy,” and there are even whole companies with the same name as well.
Earnhardt has four-career NASCAR Xfinity Series starts, with a best finish of 27th at Kansas in 2018.
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