igotshotgun catches up with Team Chevy's Jeff Gordon, Kyle Busch and Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Ride shotgun with NASCAR’s Dale Earnhardt Jr. as he races go karts at his home, Dirty Mo Acres. To see more behind-the-scenes footage of racing legend Dale Earnhardt Jr., check out AMP Energy’s feature documentary, Shotgun, only at www.ampenergy****.
Who should take the blame? Listen to Rob D'Amico and Michele Rahal discuss Dale Earnhardt Jr and Tony Eury Jr's situation at Hendrick Motorsports.
Budweiser • Dale Earnhardt Jr. Changes Car Number From 8 To 6.7 in 2007
Bud Light • Dale Earnhardt Jr Wrong Lipstick 2004 Commercials
Payback, on Speed, features A-list celebrities thanking individuals who have played a meaningful role in their lives by giving them a customized automobile.
Executive Creative Director: Bill Ludwig
Creative Director: David Johns
Copywriter: Todd Hostettler
Art Director: Brad Jedza
Senior Producer: Matt Duggan
Dir of Broadcast: Bob Salono
Director: Geoff Barish
Executive Producer: Jim Evans
Producer: Ken Rosen
Director of Photography: Stefan Czapsky
Editorial: Mad River Post
Editor: Chris Chynoweth
Assistant Editor: Doug Lapp
Executive Producer: Marie Schroeder
Colorist: Eric Mauer
Post Production: Ringside Creative
Smoke: Steve Sweik
Flame: Jérôme Cloutier, Sam Morrocco
Audio Post: Jeremy Schemm
Additional Color Correction: Adolfo Martinelli
Post Producer: Chad Emerson
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Big, bad, and complete with a train horn.
Lewis Black explains why Earnhardt ’08 would be unstoppable. Catch Comedy Central’s new series Root of All Evil Wednesdays 10:30/9:30c, only on Comedy Central. *******www****edycentral****/
Bud Leight • Dale Earnhrdt Jr - Wrong Lipstick 2004
Ok so 2009 was probably the worst season for Dale Jr, but here are some highlights from that horrible season. I just know in 2010 Jr. will turn things around!
Dale Earnhardt Jr. goes for a spin in the 2006 Subway 500 in Martinsville, VA
Sneak Peak: Making of Super Bowl XLI Commercial
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Stars in Budweiser Ad
With over 90 million viewers expected to tune in to this year's Super Bowl, advertisers are pulling out all the stops to make their campaign stand out. We were able to get a sneak peak at the making one of this year's humorous Budweiser ads, where the creative team known for creating "Bud Bowl," the "Whassup!" guys and the Budweiser frogs is bringing in NASCAR superstar Dale Earnhardt Jr. for a new spin on their spots.
For this year's ad called "Apocalypse," creators pulled out all the stops including fire-bombs, high-speed car chases, stunt jumps and helicopters to create a high-intensity, epic production. Shot near Lancaster, Calif., the scene is a barren desert depicting the end of the world. The four-time consecutive winner of NASCAR's Most Popular Driver award takes on an angry group of post-Apocalyptic mutants for his highly coveted Budweiser.
Anheuser-Busch - the game's largest advertiser - has 5 minutes of commercial space this year. To prepare they spend months crafting ad concepts, and out of dozens of ideas, the company commissions more than 30 ads to be produced. Then the creative directors, producers, and director go to work to make ads that last for seconds - but have us talking for weeks.
Anheuser-Busch has been producing Super Bowl spots since 1975 - and last year won its 8th consecutive USA TODAY "Ad Meter" victory.
Produced for Anheuser-Busch
NASCAR drivers Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson teach Dale Earnhardt, Jr. to hug the Hendrick Motorsports way. Don't let Tony Stewart find out! This is a parody of NASCAR proportions brought to you by Randy Bunn and Sir Crassloe Types, OBE. Randy is funny, but in the regular way.
From Justin Timberlake to Dale Earnhardt Jr. to Naomi Campbell to Derek Jeter to Missy Elliott and all the way home to Bob's House, Pepsi is all about entertainment on Super Bowl Sunday
The pulse of American pop culture is racing right through Super Bowl Sunday and it's hitching a ride on the back of Pepsi's unprecedented slate of Super Bowl advertising that features a lineup of brands, images and stars as diverse as Pepsi's portfolio of drinks.
In a series of spots that will run across the pre-game show and game telecast, Pepsi will bring 90 million+ viewers the biggest stars in music, sports and entertainment while giving consumers a taste of innovation in terms of product, promotion, emotion and vision.