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Topic - Adam Petty
He is only the second fourth-generation driver to compete in NASCAR's top touring series, joining the late Adam Petty, and said he's learned to handle having one of the most famous last names in racing.
"Obviously to be part of something so great is a huge honor and I hope I can carry the Earnhardt name as well as I possibly can," he said. "It is pressure, and it seems like over the years, it's something I've kind of been able to deal with a lot better than I would have thought."