By Dailymail.com Reporter
Published: 03:14 BST, 3 May 2019 | Updated: 03:15 BST, 3 May 2019
Retired NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr found a racecar he's been looking for a year buried deep in the woods of his renown 'Racecar Graveyard' on Thursday.
The two-time Daytona 500 winner, who comes from a family of NASCAR racers, has a massive graveyard of 75 trashed race cars, damaged from fast and furious races, on his North Carolina property.
Earnhardt, 44, posted to Facebook saying that he had been looking for a vehicle known as a 'land speed car' that once belonged to Xfinity Series owner Wayne Jesel for 'about a year'.
Despite his impressive collection, he couldn't find the particular car despite searching for it for a year because his property manager didn't keep track of new additions.
Then on Thursday he finally stumbled upon the prized vehicle deep in the woods on his property.
Retired NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr, 44, has been looking for a land speed car that