Former NASCAR Cup Series driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. recently celebrated his seven-year anniversary with his wife Amy.
As the calendar turned to 2024, it was a momentous occasion for the Earnhardt family. Not only was it the beginning of a new chapter for Dale Jr., but also a personal milestone.
Once New Year’s Eve hit, Dale Jr. took to social media to express his gratitude and admiration for his companion. In a heartfelt post on X (formerly Twitter), he shared a poignant message while extending New Year wishes to his fans:
“Celebrated seven years married to an incredible woman. Hugged her and the kids a little more these past few days. Life is flying by. Happy New Year everyone. Enjoy it, and I hope you have a safe night.”
Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Amy Reimann started dating shortly after their first meeting in 2009. The couple kept their relationship private in the initial stages. After many years together, the duo tied the knot on 31 December 2016 in Lexington, North Carolina. Dale and Amy have two daughters, Isla Rose and Nicole Loraine Earnhardt.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. celebrates nephew’s racing success
Beyond personal celebrations, Dale Jr. recently shared another joyous moment within the Earnhardt racing dynasty.
His nephew, Wyatt Miller, made waves in the racing world by clinching victory in the Tulsa Shootout Restricted A Class race. Wyatt, the grandson of the late Dale Earnhardt Sr., led all 20 laps, emerging victorious against a formidable field of over 130 racers.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. took to social media once again, this time to celebrate his nephew’s remarkable achievement. Congratulating Wyatt on his win, Dale Jr. expressed gratitude to sponsors CB Industries, Brandt Rick, and Bass Pro Shops for their support.
The 49-year-old also commended FloRacing for its stellar coverage of the event. Congratulating the 12-year-old son of Kelley Earnhardt, he tweeted on X (formerly Twitter):
“Congrats to nephew Wyatt Miller! Big win with CB Industries, Brandt Rick and Bass Pro Shops at the Tulsa Shootout. Great coverage, FloRacing.”
The Earnhardt family’s legacy in NASCAR is already etched in history, beginning with the iconic Dale Earnhardt Sr., a seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion. Dale Earnhardt Jr., himself has a stellar resume, being a two-time Xfinity Series champion.
Now, with the emergence of Wyatt Miller, as a promising talent, the family’s racing lineage appears set to continue its success.