Teresa is the president and Chief Executive Officer of Dale Earnhardt, Inc.
DEI maintains a showroom where fans can purchase memorabilia and other goods.
In 2014, Teresa's ownership of the EGR team was absorbed by Ganassi, which reverted the name back to Chip Ganassi Racing.
When Chip Ganassi was asked why the team released her, he replied "Teresa was a good partner but she was no longer there.
Dale Jr and Kelley's mother is Brenda Gee, Dale Sr's second wife. While the campus is still open to the public, the company merged their racing operations with Chip Ganassi Racing on November 12, 2008.
The Nascar Cup Series team is now known as Earnhardt Ganassi Racing.
As Sports by Brooks informs us, the Enquirer has sources on record saying NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr.
and Amy Reimann had an affair that broke up Reimann’s marriage with former Kentucky football player, Tommy Cook.
He felt that he was not getting a chance to show his true potential in driving. She refused to release the #8, so Junior chose #88.
Dale Earnhardt married his first wife, Latane Brown, in 1968.
This was a major factor leading to the merger with Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates in November 2008 that formed Earnhardt Ganassi Racing.