JEFFREY EARNHARDT NASCAR SPRINT CUP DRIVER OF THE #32 GO FAS RACING FORD FUSION

JEFFREY EARNHARDT NASCAR SPRINT CUP DRIVER OF THE #32 GO FAS RACING FORD FUSION

JEFFREY EARNHARDT NASCAR SPRINT CUP DRIVER OF THE #32 GO FAS RACING FORD FUSION

JEFFREY EARNHARDT NASCAR SPRINT CUP DRIVER OF THE #32 GO FAS RACING FORD FUSION

Jeffrey Earnhardt has a long lineage of racing history. The great grandson of 1956 NASCAR Sportsman Champion Ralph Earnhardt, grandson of 7 time Sprint Cup Champion Dale Earnhardt, nephew of this generations Most Popular Driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. and now Jeffrey intends to make his mark as a fourth generation racer from this legendary family.

Jeffrey Earnhardt No.32 Can-Am/Kappa Ford Race Advance 57th Annual Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway

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64e71133-beaa-4b7c-a428-6a2cce434da2News and Notes:

Heading into this weekend’s Coca-Cola 600 at the Charlotte Motor Speedway, the No.32 Can-Am/Kappa team will once again be able to enjoy a home race weekend with Jeffrey Earnhardt behind the wheel for the longest race of the season at the fast 1.5-mile speedway in Concord, North Carolina.

Sunday evening’s event will mark Earnhardt’s first appearance in the 600-mile event, and his second time at CMS in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. Thus far in 2016, Earnhardt has seven starts, with his most previous being last weekend at Dover where he finished 35th after starting 39th. The Mooresville, NC native has five career starts in the NASCAR Xfinity Series at Charlotte Motor Speedway with a best finish of 25th coming in the spring 2014 event.

Jeffrey Earnhardt on Charlotte:
“I’m really eager to get back on track this weekend at Charlotte. We are bringing back the same chassis we ran last weekend in the Showdown, and we were able to learn a lot during the race that will benefit myself, and the team heading into this weekend. With warmer weather forecasted for this weekend, and having the new softer tire, we still have a lot to learn, thankfully we have 600 miles to get the No.32 Can-Am Ford dialed in.”

Chassis Info:
Crew Chief Wally Rogers will be bringing chassis GFR-890 to serve as the primary car. This chassis was last ran a week ago in the Sprint Showdown at Charlotte. Chassis GFR-802 will serve as the backup car. (more…)

North Carolina Education Lottery partners with Jeffrey Earnhardt and Go Fas Racing for the Sprint Show Down at Charlotte Motor speedway

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je ncel bannerMOORESVILLE, NC (MAY 16, 2016) – Go Fas Racing is pleased to announce that the North Carolina Education Lottery has partnered with Go Fas Racing and JEI as a primary partner of Jeffrey Earnhardt’s No.32 Ford Fusion for this weekend’s Sprint All Star Show Down at the Charlotte Motor Speedway.

“We are very privileged to be able to partner with the North Carolina Education Lottery for the Sprint Showdown,” said Go Fas Racing team owner Archie St.Hilaire. “We are looking forward to representing them proudly, and hope this is the beginning of a great relationship in the future.”

“I’m really excited to help celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the North Carolina Education Lottery during this weekends All Star Showdown and next week’s Coca-Cola 600. They’ve been supporting our sport for a long time and raised more than $4 billion dollars for education. So while it’s a lot of fun to play, it’s also giving back in a huge way to our state,” said Jeffrey Earnhardt. “I’m going to be signing autographs and meeting people at the lottery booth on both weekends and look forward to some extra luck for all of us.”

This year’s Sprint Showdown features an all new exciting format. There will be a total of three segments. The first segment will be 20 laps, and starting positions will be determined based off practice speeds. At the conclusion of segment 1 the winner will advance to Saturday’s All-Star race, while the rest of the field must come down pit road for a mandatory minimum 2-tire pit stop. The field for segment 2 will be based off pit stops. Segment 2 will be 20 laps, with the winner advancing to Saturday’s All Star race. The rest of the field will once again have to come down pit road for a mandatory minimum 2-tire pit stop, which will set the field for the third and final segment. The third segment will only be 10 laps, with the winner advancing to Saturday’s All-Star race.

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The 47th Annual AAA 400 Drive for Autism

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je ryan dover 2016-1Dover, DE – The 47th Annual AAA 400 Drive for Autism had no shortage of action and unfortunately no shortage of challenges for
the #32 GoFasRacing CorvetteParts.Net Ford Fusion. Starting in the 39th position, Jeffrey was prepared to let the green track rubber up and then make some moves to gain position. “We didn’t have a great practice and with qualifying rained out our starting spot was in the back of the field,” said a disappointed Earnhardt. “I had a pole here in the K&N Series but that seems like a lifetime ago. This is a different world and things are a lot more competitive. We knew we’d have to work hard for position and take advantage of the attrition but the car started getting real hard to turn. I had great communication with the team and warned them that we were losing steering so once I knew it was only going to get worse we had to go to the garage for repairs.”

The race certainly had attrition and while the #32 car came back in one piece, the mechanical issues kept them from taking advantage of the situation. “That’s racing” commented Jeffrey. “Everyone busts their backs to prepare and when these things happen we take our lumps and live, learn and move on. While we all want to get faster and finish better I’m proud of the fact that we’re not tearing up cars and finishing every race I drive. We’re gaining experience with every race and we’ll continue to get better.”

The next race is the Sprint Showdown in Charlotte and Jeffrey’s looking forward to announcing his newest sponsor partner and the opportunity to get back in the action.