Boss Dale Earnhardt Jr Pitted Against His Own NASCAR Driver Noah Gragson as Debate Triggers Out of Nowhere

JR Motorsports (JRM) driver Noah Gragson is all set to leave Dale Earnhardt Jr and start his racing career afresh with Petty GMS next year. However, before racing against each other on the track, NASCAR fans have pitched Gragson’s JRM boss against him on social media.


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NASCAR on NBC recently shared a Facebook post with pictures of Noah Gragson and Dale Earnhardt Jr in beanies. And to add a bit of fun, the pictures carried a caption; “Who had the better beanie: Noah Gragson or Dale Earnhardt Jr?”


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And this forced NASCAR fans to leave their views about the beanies in the comment section. Some supported Gragson for his perfectly placed beanie, while others chose Earnhardt’s sunglasses and beanie look.

A Facebook user wrote; “Noah’s got the best look.” Whereas another one said; “There are two different styles and I myself prefer the conventional way that Noah wore his, it resembles to me hardworking Americans.”

Furthermore, another user joked; “Was this Jr’s first time wearing a beanie and he wasn’t sure how far down to pull?” However, a few others joked about Noah’s expressions. A user commented; “I have to say Jr cause the other guy looks like he is about to make him cry.”


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Noah Gragson and Dale Earnhardt Jr have spent 4 years together in the Xfinity Series. Gragson who drove for JR Motorsports in 4 Xfinity seasons is set to join NASCAR’s ‘king’ Richard Petty.

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In August, Noah Gragson announced that he would be driving for Petty GMS next season. In a press conference at Statesville, North Carolina, Gragson said;


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NEWTON, IOWA – JUNE 16: Noah Gragson, driver of the #9 Switch Chevrolet, watches qualifying for the NASCAR Xfinity Series 250 Presented by Tamron at Iowa Speedway in Newton, Iowa. (Photo by Matt Sullivan/Getty Images)

“With where I’m at in my racing career and being at JR Motorsports and seeing how that operation is run, that’s kind of what I see at Petty GMS.”

He further continued; “I see a family atmosphere. I see great people and great leaders. It’s truly humbling. It’s time to go to work next year.”


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Furthermore, he called his transition a great opportunity and revealed that he will be driving the #43 Chevrolet alongside Petty GMS teammate Erik Jones.

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