NASCAR drivers inherently have a bit of thrill-seeking in them, as they have to drive cars in close quarters at insane speeds for several hours a week. So for someone like Dale Earnhardt Jr. jumping off the second story balcony of a house into a pool is not particularly terrifying.

By Extra Mustard
November 24, 2015

NASCAR drivers inherently have a bit of thrill-seeking in them, as they have to drive cars in close quarters at insane speeds for several hours a week. So for someone like Dale Earnhardt Jr. jumping off the second story balcony of a house into a pool is not particularly terrifying.

The stock car star celebrated the end of the season on Monday with a picture perfect cannonball from far above the water, and posted a slow motion video of the dive for his fans.

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Earnhardt Jr collected three wins and over $6 million in earnings in 2015, but failed to make the top ten in the Sprint Cup standings.

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