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He's missed six races already with concussion-related symptoms. His chances of qualifying for the Chase are toast, needing a win at Richmond on Sept. With no championship to chase, practical matters dicate that Earnhardt should shut it down completely this season and get complete clarity on his physical condition before he even considers getting back into a Sprint Cup car.

The slow-step separation between a bad NBA player and a great one. It is fuzzy, and certainly not sharp enough to weave through traffic at speeds that approach 200 miles an hour on NASCAR's superspeedways.

After accepting his 14th-consecutive National Motorsports Press Association Most Popular Driver award in Las Vegas in early December, Earnhardt announced his plans to marry Reimann on New Year’s Eve.

“Amy spilled the beans tonight that we’re getting married on New Year's Eve,” Earnhardt said at the time, according to

“She’s made my life a whole lot more enjoyable and showed me how to have fun and showed me there’s a lot more to life.” At the Daytona 500 Media Day in February 2015, Earnhardt Jr.

admitted to a phobia about rings and other jewelry, calling them “creepy,” but he didn’t let that get in the way of his proposal.

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Earnhardt had no plans to give in, saying in February 2015 that he wouldn’t wear a ring but would get Reimann one if she wanted.

Formerly retired driver Jeff Gordon will continue to drive in Earnhardt's place.

His team announced Friday morning that he wouldn't return in 2016.

In post-race interviews after his win at Talladega Superspeedway in May 2015, Earnhardt reflected on what Reimann has meant to him.

Before they began dating, Earnhardt said, he was much more reluctant to attend functions both at home and on race weekends at the track, according to Fox Sports.

Reimann has helped him become more sociable, the network reported.