Reimann posted a picture early Wednesday afternoon of the couple posing together in what appeared to be a church, showing off her new engagement ring."I'm completely overwhelmed with love & joy," she tweeted. I love you so much @Dale Jr."The 40-year-old Hendrick Motorsports driver has never been married and mostly kept his relationships out of the spotlight over the years until he began opening up about how much Reimann has changed his outlook on life.NASCAR fans have been quite fond of pestering Earnhardt about when he planned to pop the question since the couple had been dating since 2009."The people we interact with on Twitter are, 'When are you going to do it? '"Now the questions can turn to wedding planning – and possibly Earnhardt's very real jewelry phobia. Victoria Texas needs food, water and God knows what else.
"She gets it more than I do: People telling her all the time I need to put a ring on it. Of course, he did just put an expensive ring on Reimann's hand."We've talked about it," he said in February.
He is also the grandson of both NASCAR driver Ralph Earnhardt and stock car fabricator Robert Gee, the brother of Kelley Earnhardt-Miller, the half-brother of former driver Kerry Earnhardt, the uncle of driver Jeffrey Earnhardt, the stepson of Teresa Earnhardt, and the older half-brother of Taylor Nicole Earnhardt-Putnam. 88 Chevrolet SS in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series for Hendrick Motorsports and drives the No. and began his racing career at the late age of 17 with his dad Dale Earnhardt, competing in the Street Stock division at Concord, North Carolina's Motorsport Park.
Earnhardt's success at Daytona International Speedway throughout his career has earned him the nickname "Pied Piper" of Daytona. 88 Chevrolet Camaro for his own team, JR Motorsports, in select events in the Xfinity Series. His first race car was a 1979 Monte Carlo that he co-owned with his older half-brother, Kerry Earnhardt.
By age 19 after two seasons of driving Street Stock Division, Earnhardt had honed his driving abilities to the point of joining the Late Model Stock Car Division.
He competed on the North and South Carolina short tracks driving a No. While he did run various tracks during this time, Earnhardt primarily focused his efforts at the Myrtle Beach Speedway in South Carolina and the East Carolina Motor Speedway in Robersonville, North Carolina, where he captured the pole for the Greenville Merchants 300 on October 28, 1994.