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Crew chiefs, past and present, weigh in on Dale Earnhardt Jr.
MOORESVILLE, N.C. -- Dale Earnhardt Jr. is off to his strongest start in years as the Sprint Cup heads to one of his best tracks, Daytona International Speedway, for Saturday night's Coke Zero 400. The series is nearing the halfway point of the season and Earnhardt is solidly seventh in the standings after running as high as third until he suffered a punctured radiator last Sunday at Infineon Raceway dropping him four positions in points. But there is no denying that Earnhardt is rejuvenated and revitalized in 2011.
What are the reasons for Earnhardt's impressive turnaround?
SI.com has put together a roundtable of the men who know Earnhardt best -- his current and former crew chiefs -- to get those answers: Roundtable includes past crew chiefs Tony "Pops" Eury, Tony Eury Jr., Pete Rondeau, Lance McGrew, and current crew chief Steve Letarte.
SI.com: What is the difference in Dale Earnhardt Jr. this year and in previous seasons?
Lance McGrew -- "Confidence. It's all confidence. I don't think anybody would ever doubt his talent, he was just not real confident in his talent. Stevie being the talker that he is has done a really good job with the team and with the guys and with the cars and Dale definitely has the walk that he hasn't had in a couple of years."
Pete Rondeau -- "He's into it this year. He finally got that back and that is where he was years and years ago. He kind of lost that and now he has that drive and desire and he's part of a team again. That's what it takes and I think it's taken him a few years to realize that, but he is back."
Tony Eury -- "I think he hit the reset button over the winter. He made a lot of changes with people that are around him. His whole team got changed. I think he had a lot of negativity around him and he made sure that was gone when the year started. He wanted to start fresh. He went to Daytona and was prepared to do whatever it took for him to get that car to run."
Tony Eury Jr. -- "The biggest deal is he is having fun. No. 2, he's got Stevie who believes in him which is a big deal. He has to be surrounded by people who believe in him and that whole organization has jumped behind him to help him out."
Steve Letarte -- "I get that question a lot and it's hard to say the difference because I don't have a great reference from last year. When you work in this sport you get so consumed in your race team and we were so consumed with the No. 24 last year trying to get Jeff Gordon to Victory Lane and to win the championship. It was hard for me to get a good reference on where Dale Jr. was. What I see this year is a guy who is very committed, has a tremendous amount of desire and is willing to do whatever we ask him to do to run well. I'm happy to get him some better results than he has had the last couple years because he has put in a tremendous amount of effort and he deserves those results."
SI.com: What about his maturity? Is he more mature this year?
McGrew -- "He has been calmer and more focused. It's been pleasant. I've always gotten along great with Dale. Obviously his success is success for Hendrick Motorsports and that is what it's all about with us."
Eury Jr. -- "There was a lot of stuff that went down all at once that got him down. Stevie is a really good cheerleader; a really good people person. That is what Dale Jr. needs -- somebody that can be a cheerleader for him, give him the positives. Dale Jr. has looked at it, 'Hey, how many crew chiefs have I gone through? I've got to make this deal work.' Maybe he has realized he is part of the team and he was part of the problem so he has addressed it himself, also, and made the whole thing better."
Letarte -- "I don't know if I would use the word mature but he is very focused and mentally in a great, prepared state when he gets in the race car. When he runs 500 miles you are going to have good pit stops, bad pit stops, good calls, bad calls, good cars and bad cars. Through all of that he stays very focused at the task at hand and that allows us to focus on the car and not focus on the things that don't matter. He is a student of the game. He does a very good job of understanding traffic, why the car isn't driving as well or the sun has come out or the track has changed. It's easier for the crew chief to communicate to a guy that understands that part of racing."
SI.com: How much is overplayed about Dale Jr's perceived lifestyle?
McGrew -- "People don't have a clue. They really don't. Hanging out with Dale for several years now -- the rock star and him partying all the time. Well, he is homebody. He is very introverted. He likes hanging out at the pool with his buddies. He is a homebody."
Rondeau -- "We all like to have a good time on occasion. There is a Dale Jr. at the race track and a Dale Jr. at home. He would just as soon be sitting out on his deck someplace in a nice quiet area. We all li
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