Dale Earnhardt Jr: Miami NASCAR race “might be the last one”
Earnhardt went from the 12th place in Miami to the top and only lost a certain second place due to a late caution. Since retiring from the full-time competition in 2017, he has run one Xfinity Series race a year, but admitted after the Saturday race that this could have been his last start.
"At the moment I think it will stay the same, I won't do anything anymore, that's for sure and I can say that with confidence," said Earnhardt. "I don't know how many more I'm going to do, this could be the last one. And it's not a joke or anything like that, I'm not trying to get angry about it. It's a big commitment.
"I have to decide whether to help or not. I really enjoy it, I really do. There has to be a point where I decide to completely switch to broadcasting. Nevertheless, I learned a lot in the car today what will help me at the booth.
"I just have to think about it - I don't want to run anymore, one is enough. It's a great series, we'll see how it goes. It's a difficult question and I'm sorry."
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