EXCLUSIVE: 'I want Matt Damon to play me!' NASCAR champion Dale Earnhardt Jr. reveals his biopic choice, how he quit smoking only after wife Amy threatened to leave him and regret that his baby daughter never met his Hall of Famer father
NASCAR champion Dale Earnhardt Jr. (pictured left with wife Amy and their daughter Isla) wants his autobiography 'Racing To The Finish' turned into a movie with actor Matt Damon (pictured lower right) playing him, revealed wanting a second child and that Amy threatened to ditch him if he did not not quit his 30-a-day cigarette habit. Earnhardt Jr., 44, of Mooresville, North Carolina, will appear alongside Damon at the Indy 500 car race on Sunday, May 26. Worth an estimated $400 million, he said Isla was his proudest achievement but hopes she can have a sibling. He told DailyMail.com his only regret was his father Dale Earnhardt Sr. (pictured with Earnhardt Jr. above right) was not alive to meet her. Earnhardt Sr., nicknamed 'The Initimidator', died from a fractured skull when his car crashed during the Daytona 500 race on February 18, 2001.