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His final race will be November 19 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
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will retire at the end of the season, Hendrick Motorsports has announced.
Voted the sport's most popular driver for the last 14 seasons, Earnhardt began his career with a start at Charlotte Motor Speedway in May 1999.