Teresa Earnhardt, known for being staunchly protective of the Dale Earnhardt brand and marks, is trying to keep a couple from using "Earnhardt" in the name of homes they developed. Dale Earnhardt's son Kerry Earnhardt and Kerry's wife, Rene.
The wedding video and photos, captured by videographer Heart Stone Films and photographer Corbin Gurkin, give a gorgeous glimpse into their magical big day, which was planned by Ivy Robinson.
Several NASCAR stars were in attendance including Chocolate Myers, Danica Patrick — who caught the bouquet! It appears that the bride changed into a second wedding dress for their rocking reception — a form-fitting silver number that was the epitome of New Year's Eve chic.
Kerry went to live with his mother, Latane, and her new husband and took on the last name of Key at age 3.
In testimony to the Trademark and Trial Appeal Board, Kerry said his father helped him get the Earnhardt name back after he had started a relationship with his father at age 16."I was born an Earnhardt and I felt that I had the right to own that name and be part of me, and he was all for it," Kerry Earnhardt testified.
Charlotte Motor Speedway spent the day filming scenes in the old-time saloon located in the town, since this year's Sprint All-Star Race commercial will again have a Western theme.
Earnhardt agreed to let the track use his property for the commercial shoot.
He tested a car in early December and is cleared to race in 2017.
Apparently, Earnhardt wanted to get the test done before the wedding so he could be confident that he would return, and therefore focus for a few weeks on the wedding and the honeymoon.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr., right, chopped his mullet because Danica Patrick suggested it.
Patrick wrote a note to Stenhouse crew chief Mike Kelly stating: "Please let Ricky cut the mullet.
Congratulations are in order for NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr.