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and his girlfriend, Amy Reimann, will have to wait a least a calendar year.
He's coming off two big seasons, is in the midst of a career resurgence and flashes a bright smile most everywhere he goes.
“It’s been great and I am going to really enjoy the process of putting that together with her and supporting her,” Earnhardt said Thursday during the Charlotte Motor Speedway Media Tour.
So we’re going to do it in the offseason so we’ll have the opportunity to celebrate it however we want.” Earnhardt proposed June 17 during a trip to Germany, setting off all the expected fanfare and speculation over when fans could expect the nuptials.
Now he's excited about making wedding plans, even as the 2016 season approaches.
This will be the NASCAR legacy's first marriage, and a second marriage for Reimann.After dating for nearly six years, Earnhardt and Reimann got engaged on June 17 while on vacation in Germany.They haven’t decided on a wedding date yet, but it’s likely to fall on one of the off weeks during next year’s racing season, Reimann said.“It’s a very cool thing and I am so frustrated with myself that I didn’t do it sooner because it’s as good as it gets.” Reimann has been a fixture at Earnhardt's side ever since the two began dating in 2009.He credits her with much of his happiness and optimistic outlook during the past two seasons, when he won seven Cup races, including the 2014 Daytona 500.