Nascar 2011 Schedule

February 12, 2011 by staff 

Nascar 2011 Schedule, Thirty minutes before the rest of Sprint Cup cars roar at Daytona International Speedway for Friday’s official practice of the first half of 2011 and Dale Earnhardt Jr. was already hovering around in the garage of his No. 88 car and turns familiar. There will be 30 minutes after the workout well. He has no choice.
“The team leaders to decide when practice begins and ends,” said Earnhardt crew chief, Steve Letarte. “You must be in the truck before and after practice, practice. He needs to be there. The team leader sets the availability of a driver. The PR guy is not working. The PR guy working for another company and another calendar. “

It has not always been for Earnhardt. It has often happened in the garage just in time to get into the car. He often left as soon as practice was more to fulfill the obligations of the sponsor or media, or simply to get away.
But Letarte has clearly indicated when team owner Rick Hendrick paired with most popular driver in NASCAR during the offseason that things would be different.

“That’s how Jeff did when we built the team of 24,” said Letarte, who was crew chief for Jeff Gordon in 2005 to Hendrick things happen after last season. “That’s how Jimmie Johnson [] it does in 48. So Dale Jr. will be in the 48-88 building.”

(CP) – NASCAR Nationwide Series driver Michael Annett was placed on probation for the remainder of the year after his arrest on a charge of driving while impaired.

The sanctioning body said Annett sport will be evaluated by a professional certified addiction, and is subject to random alcohol and drug testing. Annett is in his first season for Rusty Wallace Racing.

He was arrested early Sunday morning after a car accident two Mooresville, NC He was also charged with resisting arrest, failure to reduce speed and illegal use of a mobile phone to text or send a e-mail. All figures are misdemeanors. He has a court date of March 18.

Mooresville police said Annett had a blood alcohol level of 0.32 percent – four times the legal limit of 0.08 in North Carolina.

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