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No Junior, but the show must go on

Two concussions will keep Earnhardt Jr. from the 88 car for the next two races
After a 25-car accident on the last lap of Sunday’s race at Talladega left Dale Earnhardt Jr. with a lingering headache, he put his fate in the hands of a neurosurgeon, who said the risk was too great for Earnhardt to race Saturday night or next week at Kansas.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. will miss two races after a doctor benched him because of two concussions over the last six weeks. It marks the first time an Earnhardt won’t race at Charlotte since 1978 – and the first time an Earnhardt won’t run a Cup race since the 1979 Southern 500.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. will be replaced in the beloved No. 88 Chevrolet by Regan Smith the next two weeks, and Earnhardt said he’ll stay home Saturday night so he is not a distraction to the team.

No Junior, but the show must go on

After a 25-car accident on the last lap of Sunday’s race at Talladega left Dale Earnhardt Jr. with a lingering headache, he put his fate in the hands of a neurosurgeon, who said the risk was too great for Earnhardt to race Saturday night or next week at Kansas.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. will miss two races after a doctor benched him because of two concussions over the last six weeks. It marks the first time an Earnhardt won’t race at Charlotte since 1978 – and the first time an Earnhardt won’t run a Cup race since the 1979 Southern 500.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. will be replaced in the beloved No. 88 Chevrolet by Regan Smith the next two weeks, and Earnhardt said he’ll stay home Saturday night so he is not a distraction to the team.
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