Kelley Earnhardt Miller has her hands full as co-owner, vice president and business manager at JR Motorsport and in today’s episode, we learn how crazy a weekly schedule can be for her. Kelley is also going to explain the many other business ventures JRM is involved in beside putting four race cars on the track each weekend, her thoughts on recent milestones the company has reached, and the involvement of Rick Hendrick and Hendrick Motorsports, which also ties into the Earnhardt family. Plus, she reflects on how JRM came to be and why it happened the year that it did, offers insight on the current roster of drivers and then laments over Elliott Sadler’s time at JRM as he gets set to retire.
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