Hendrick gives 88 team a passing grade
DOVER, Del. -- Dale Earnhardt Jr. couldn't have been more concise after his first race with a new crew chief: "I'm happier," he said.
"I would like to have run better than 12th," he said of Sunday's Autism Speaks 400, in which he ran as high as third, and in the top 10 for much of the race before a late over-adjustment threw his car off.
Team owner Rick Hendrick, who replaced Tony Eury Jr. with Lance McGrew as Earnhardt's interim crew chief coming into this race, said he "listened ...
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