Dale Earnhardt Jr. not ready to tie the knot just yet
With the current wave of engagements going around the NASCAR garage, the sport's most popular driver and eligible bachelor was asked about his future plans with girlfriend Amy Reimann.
LAS VEGAS, NV - DEC. 06: NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. and girlfriend Amy Reimann arrive on the red carpet for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion's Awards at Wynn Las Vegas on Dec. 6, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nev.
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With Clint Bowyer and Joey Logano recently having gotten engaged and Kurt Busch admitting it was a possibility that he might tie the knot with girlfriend Patricia Driscoll, it's only natural that NASCAR's most eligible bachelor got asked about his future at the NASCAR Sprint Cup Awards Banquet in Las Vegas.
Rest easy, ladies. Dale Earnhardt Jr. said once again that matrimony is not in his immediate future.
Junior attended the NASCAR awards banquet with longtime girlfriend Amy Reimann and by all accounts had a good time. And he figures he'll be single a while longer.
"We don't have any plans (to get married)," said Earnhardt. "But we're definitely enjoying our relationship and it just gets better every day."
Earnhardt said he especially liked the long orange gown Reimann wore Friday night.
"Amy's dress, yes, she's real proud of that," said Earnhardt. "I thought it was a great dress. I love orange, so at least I was able to pick out the color. She's really proud of that and she looks gorgeous, as always. She's got so much class and really makes me look a ton better than I would otherwise, so I really enjoy going to these deals."