Dale recently qualified for one of the year's biggest races, but left the decision up to his wife Amy about whether or not he would be participating in it.
After winning the pole position during his recent race at Daytona International Speedway,
he qualified to compete in next year's "Clash" event - but there's only one problem: it would be after he had officially retired, and his wife, Amy, has been on the fence about it.
Dale Jr. missed half of 2016 due to some serious concussion issues and announced his retirement midway through 2017.
He is very much open to running in The Clash, but said he needed to clear it back at home first.
"Amy doesn't want me to run it," Dale Jr. said at a NASCAR Hall of Fame event. "I've got a pole and kind of want to run it. But we'll see if she warms up to it."
Fans have been cheering him on and begging Amy to let him compete in the season-opener event.
She got enough feedback about the whole thing that she decided to issue a public statement expressing her opinion on letting him race in the clash. She posted it on Twitter....