In the past couple years, Earnhardt has been more open than ever.
once preferred to keep out of the public eye, NASCAR's biggest star said drivers' personal lives are largely "fair game" for the media to discuss."As long as it's not hurtful for someone to go through," Earnhardt said, the NASCAR media seems to respect the "gentlemen's agreement among everybody (of) what's fair and what's not.""Your personal life, who you're dating, when you're getting married, where you're going to get married, what you do with your time off or your hobbies, I think that's totally fair game," he added.
It’d be awesome to do that since it’s our local track.” Earnhardt has all sorts of things on his mind these days. Earnhardt and his fiancee, Amy Reimann, have been engaged for almost a year (and together for much longer than that).
During the period from 2003-2009, he was voted NASCAR's Most Popular Driver.
He started bringing his girlfriend of nearly three years, Amy Reimann, to public events after shielding her from fans and media during the first part of their relationship.
enters Sunday’s Coca-Cola 600 closer to the end of his career than the beginning, thinking not only about winning races but also about his impending marriage to Amy Reimann. long ago climbed out from under his father’s enormous shadow.
He is also one of the signature voices in his sport, unafraid to take a public stand against the sport’s rulers or against his own stepmother.