Dale Earnhardt Jr. considers retirement if he wins 2017 NASCAR title

Dale Earnhardt Jr. considers retirement if he wins 2017 NASCAR title

Dale Earnhardt Jr. considers retirement if he wins 2017 NASCAR title

"The shot to win an eighth championship, the shot to win more races, honestly I'm just excited to be here and to get going", Johnson explained. "I've always wanted to win a championship so badly". Earnhardt reiterated at Daytona 500 media day Wednesday what he said a day earlier on the "Dan Patrick Show" on NBC Sports.

Earnhardt smiled as he spoke but did pause often to reflect and think.

The 42-year-old is in the final year of his contract with Hendrick Motorsports and has had health issues, as he missed the last portion of last season after suffering a concussion during the June race at Michigan International Speedway.

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NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr., signs autographs before practice for Sunday's NASCAR auto race at Talladega Superspeedway, Friday, April 29, 2016, in Talladega, Ala. And coming back from this injury, we've worked so hard. As you go along, obviously previous year going the way it did, having such a great beginning of Speedweeks, qualifying well, and getting to the XFINITY race and running good in it, things were just going really good, and as the Sunday rolled around, that just kind of went to prove how fast things can go south. "I would definitely not want to come back and try to race anymore if I won the championship".

Perhaps the most memorable part of Jarrett's win (also the first Daytona 500 victory for team owner Joe Gibbs) was the call from the TV booth, by his father, Ned. "I would be out because I love what I do, but I love lots of other things and I also love life and I'm too young to have it be over, so it's a good lesson for a lot of people and a good education". The race was just the second win of Jarrett's Hall of Fame career.

"I think that it was a shock to all of us that one year into a three-year deal that there was a problem, but everything that was ever asked of me I did to the very best of my ability", Patrick said. Teammate Chase Elliott will start on the pole.

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