He is a member of one of the most legendary families in professional racing.
And Dale Earnhardt Jr. has added yet another member to his pit crew.
The 46-year-old NASCAR champion announced on his podcast that he and wife Amy Reimann, 38, had welcomed their second daughter.
Big news: Dale Earnhardt Jr. announced on his podcast that he and wife Amy Reimann, 38, had welcomed their second daughter, as the couple are seen together in Las Vegas back in November 2018
The happy couple welcomed the bundle of joy on Monday, October 12, as the race car drive made the announcement days later on Thursday’s episode of The Dale Jr. Download as he said: ‘We got a new addition.
‘It is awesome. Amy had a pretty good pregnancy, and she said it felt like it was a long one because of COVID and all that, but we ain’t gonna complain because we got a healthy little baby girl.’
Dale even revealed the name of the bouncing baby girl as he said it was Nicole Lorraine.
The first name came from wife Amy’s middle name and Lorraine is his mom’s middle name.
Growing family: The couple are already parents to a two-year-old daughter named Isla Rose, as they are seen together with their first child in September 2018
The couple are already parents to a two-year-old daughter named Isla Rose.
Things seem to be going well for the growing family as he said they have had a ‘smooth’ transition since bringing the new child home.
It seems like the bundle of joy is already very well behaved as he explained that Nicole was ‘extremely quiet’ on her birth day adding ‘It’s going to be great.’
No doubt fans of the athlete who drives the No. 8 Chevrolet Camaro knew there was big news afoot as the episode was a few days late than when it was normally posted.
Sweet: Dale seen with older daughter Isla in August 2018
He teased the announcement on Instagram by writing: ‘Many people are wondering why this episode of the Download is late this week. Well there’s a good reason.’
Earnhardt Jr. retired as a full-time driver in 2017 as his 26 wins in the Cup Series ranks him tied for 30th in NASCAR history with Fred Lorenzen.
He is the son of the late Dale Earnhardt who is considered one of the greatest stock car racers of all-time.
Living legend: Earnhardt Jr. retired as a full-time driver in 2017 as his 26 wins in the Cup Series ranks him tied for 30th in NASCAR history with Fred Lorenzen