Who are the owners of the JR Motorsports team?

Now in its 20 th year, JR Motorsports is the professional race team co-owned by NASCAR Hall of Fame member and 15-time Most Popular Driver Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kelley Earnhardt Miller and NASCAR Hall of Famer Rick Hendrick.

Who is the driver of the No 5 JR Motorsports car?

Car No. 5 history. Super Late Model driver Austin Theriault drove the car in a three races for the team starting at Iowa. JR development driver Josh Berry drove two races starting at Iowa in August. For 2015, the No. 5 was driven by Kahne in a single race at Charlotte as a 4th team car, where he finished 3rd.

Are there bathrooms at JR Motorsports in Mooresville?

Bathrooms are available. A small retail area exists. A separate parking area is designated for the visitors. This place is located in a cul de sac. Overall, nice stop.

Is the viewing area at JR Motorsports open?

On the day that we visited, the viewing area was closed. You were able to catch a small glimpse of the cars. NO PHOTOGRAPHY. Bathrooms are available.

When did Dale Earnhardt Jr Drive for JR Motorsports?

The car returned in 2008 driven by Dale Earnhardt Jr. with the US Navy sponsoring. In 2010, JR Motorsports and Richard Childress Racing announced that the number would switch from No. 83 to No. 3 with Dale Earnhardt Jr. driving the car at Daytona in July with Wrangler sponsoring the car.

Who was in the JR Motorsports car at virtual Loudon?

Noah Gragson led JRM with a third-place finish while Austin Dillon came home 11th after being called upon as a late substitution for Michael Annett. The two-car JR Motorsports team of Michael Conti and Brad Davies raced at the front all night long in Tuesday’s event at virtual Loudon.

Who is driving the No.8 car for JR Motorsports?

For 2021, Sam Mayer scheduled to drive the No. 8 car part-time in the latter portion of 2021. For the first half of the season, Josh Berry is scheduled to drive the No. 8 car for 12 races while Miguel Paludo drive for 3 road-course races. No. 8 results Car No. 9 history