Car Seat Features & Specs:
- Harnessed Booster Weight Limit: 22-65 lbs.
- Booster Seat Weight Limit: 30-100 lbs.
- Extended Use Five-Point Harness
- Easy to Install LATCH Connectors
- One Hand Harness Tightner
- Two-Position Crotch Strap
- Built In Belt Guides
- Two-Position Recline
- Deep Seat
- Wraparound Headrest
- Side Impact Tested
- High Density EPS Foam
- Removeable and Machine Washable Cover
- Three-Position Adjustable Headrest
- Dual Cupholders
- High Impact Thermoplastic Seat Shell
- Patent Pending High Position Top Tether System
About this Character:
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is a race car driver for NASCAR. At this time, he drives Hendrick Motorsport’s number eighty-eight car in the Sprint Cup Series and a NASCAR Nationwide Series team that he owns, called JR Motorsports. His father is famous NASCAR racer Dale Earnhardt, Sr. His grandfathers were also race car drivers. Born on October 10, 1974 in Kannapolis, North Carolina, Ralph Dale Earnhardt Jr., has received the Most Popular Driver Award every year from 2003-2012. He is estimated to be worth more than $300 million.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. began to race competitively when he was 17. He and his father, NASCAR icon Dale Earnhardt Sr. would compete in the Street Stock division at the Motorsport Park in Concord, North Carolina. After high school, he attended Mitchell Community College where he earned an associate’s degree in automotive technology.
In 1996 and 1997, Earnhardt Jr. raced in several Busch Series races under the guidance of his father’s team, Dale Earnhardt INC and another team owned by Ed Whitaker. In 1998, he began racing for his father’s team full time. He went on to win back-to-back Busch Championships in 1998 and 1999. He also ran his first Winston Cup race in 1998. By the year 2000, he was a full-time Winston Cup driver. In 2001, Earnhardt Jr. was competing with his father in the Daytona 500 when Earnhardt Sr. was killed instantly in an accident involving racer Sterling Marlin. Earnhardt Jr. went on to complete the 2001 season at number eight in the points standings and won two Bud Poles.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. continues to be a consistently successful and popular driver for NASCAR to this day. He began his 2013 Sprint Cup season with a second place Daytona 500 finish. Earnhardt Jr. also owns businesses outside of NASCAR. His media production company is responsible for producing the show “Back in the Day” on the SPEED Network. He is also working with investors to build Alabama Motorsports Park which will be located near Mobile, Alabama. If that wasn’t enough, Dale Earnhardt Jr. also owns bars called the Whisky River in Charlotte, North Carolina and Jacksonville, Florida.
Great Seat Review by Charlie
My Son loves his new seat. It is better than what i expected. The fit is perfect and he will be able to grow with the seat. The LATCH system is a great option so much easier than dealing with trying to get the seat belt through the back. I would recommend Kideembrace to anyone. Great Products. (Posted on 4/25/13)
My Son loves it! Review by Kat
I bought my son this car seat and he loves it. Dad is a huge Dale Earnhardt Jr fan so he likes that he has a cool car seat in his truck and our son gets to ride safely. This seat has become his favorite place to be. It is really easy to adjust and my son finds it really comfortable. I love that the latch stores away conveniently within the car seat.
The only negative I have found with this car seat is that the straps are thin and get twisted easily. (Posted on 4/9/13)