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Dale Earnhardt Jr. Needs a Bad Boy Reputation

Short-track racing is a contact sport in NASCAR. It was well demonstrated at Martinsville Speedway with the sport's most popular driver, Dale Earnhardt Jr., giving some hard hits to the competition. It was obvious Junior was having a good time with his old school driving techniques at NASCAR's oldest and shortest track. After eight laps, the driver of the Diet Mountain Dew No. 88 Chevy was making an apology to Kurt Busch and company after he got up on the curb and sailed into the No. 22 car, causing it to spin. Earnhardt continued his aggressive short-track moves throughout the race and was involved in other incidents including one that proved detrimental to Brad Keselowski's finishing position. It is no secret that this Hendrick Motorsport...

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