Dale Earnhardt Jr Race Car | Dale Earnhardt Jr in Greatest athletes of all time

Dale Earnhardt Jr Race Car | Dale Earnhardt Jr in Greatest athletes of all time

The crash that killed the greatest NASCAR driver in 2001. The final lap of the Daytona 500.

Would a HANS device have saved Dale Earnhardt Sr.'s life?

The crash that killed the greatest NASCAR driver in 2001. The final lap of the Daytona 500.

What they're saying: Reaction to Dale Jr. news  -   Friday, July 15, 2016  -   Greg Ives, crew chief:     "Really the first thing that comes to mind has nothing to do with championship, wins or the racing side of it. It's always understanding what Dale is going through, which I can't because I have never been through that, but just making sure that he gets better, supporting him and his decision. It takes a lot to come out and address some of the health concerns that he...  More...

What they're saying: Reaction to Dale Jr. news - Friday, July 15, 2016 - Greg Ives, crew chief: "Really the first thing that comes to mind has nothing to do with championship, wins or the racing side of it. It's always understanding what Dale is going through, which I can't because I have never been through that, but just making sure that he gets better, supporting him and his decision. It takes a lot to come out and address some of the health concerns that he... More...

What they're saying: Reaction to Dale Jr. news  Friday, July 15, 2016  Brad Keselowski:   "Dale is a friend. … I would say that I am disappointed for him and I am sure he is disappointed as well but I also understand what he was thinking in terms of having a lot of life to live outside of this world right here. Sometimes that is really easy to forget. Sometimes I forget that. MORE...    Photo Credit: Getty Images  Photo: 14 / 16

What they're saying: Reaction to Dale Jr. news Friday, July 15, 2016 Brad Keselowski: "Dale is a friend. … I would say that I am disappointed for him and I am sure he is disappointed as well but I also understand what he was thinking in terms of having a lot of life to live outside of this world right here. Sometimes that is really easy to forget. Sometimes I forget that. MORE... Photo Credit: Getty Images Photo: 14 / 16

PHOTOS (March 17, 2012): Practicing at Bristol. More: http://www.hendrickmotorsports.com/news/photos/2012/03/17/Practicing-at-Bristol#.

PHOTOS (March 17, 2012): Practicing at Bristol. More: http://www.hendrickmotorsports.com/news/photos/2012/03/17/Practicing-at-Bristol#.

What they're saying: Reaction to Dale Jr. news  -   Friday, July 15, 2016  -   Doug Duchardt, GM at Hendrick Motorsports:     "I think Dale has become more aware (of concussion symptoms) over the years and I think to his credit and I think this is important, and I think I've heard this in some of the dialogue since the announcement. The only person that knows how you feel is yourself."

What they're saying: Reaction to Dale Jr. news - Friday, July 15, 2016 - Doug Duchardt, GM at Hendrick Motorsports: "I think Dale has become more aware (of concussion symptoms) over the years and I think to his credit and I think this is important, and I think I've heard this in some of the dialogue since the announcement. The only person that knows how you feel is yourself."

What they're saying: Reaction to Dale Jr. news  -   Friday, July 15, 2016  Rick Hendrick, team owner:    "Dale is special to me, taking the driving part away. I just want him to feel good when he gets back in the car. I don't want him to push himself. He's kind of an ironman, he doesn't want to let the team down, he doesn't want to let his fans down. But we need him for the long haul and he wants to be in the car. The best thing the doctors can do is go through all the protocol...  More...

What they're saying: Reaction to Dale Jr. news - Friday, July 15, 2016 Rick Hendrick, team owner: "Dale is special to me, taking the driving part away. I just want him to feel good when he gets back in the car. I don't want him to push himself. He's kind of an ironman, he doesn't want to let the team down, he doesn't want to let his fans down. But we need him for the long haul and he wants to be in the car. The best thing the doctors can do is go through all the protocol... More...

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