Fans show concern over Sterling Marlin's Health after a recent Dale Jr. interview

Fans show concern over Sterling Marlin’s Health after a recent Dale Jr. interview

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NASCAR legend Sterling Marlin has been battling with Parkinson’s disease for more than a decade now.

The 1994 and 1995 Daytona 500 winner recently appeared in Dale Earnhardt Jr’s Dirty Mo Media podcast. The official page of the podcast published a reel from the meeting, where Marlin greets Dale Jr. with a case of Budweiser beer.

Having battled Parkinson’s disease for more than a decade, Marlin looks like the disease has taken a toll on him. Seeing the former NASCAR driver like this, there was an outpour from fans regarding his health and wishing him good health.

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One fan noticed that “Sterling has changed so much” and the other said: “Is it me or does sterling not look great?? Very skinny.” Another fan similarly observed that “Sterling lost a lot of weight. I hope he is in good health” and called him his “favorite in NASCAR.”

Another fan wrote: “Man looks sterling is have a rough time”.

“Parkinson’s Disease is a Son of a B***h! Hope Sterling is hanging in there well. Prayers Mr. Marlin.”

He certainly seems to have been affected by the disease but it is nice to see him in good mood in the video.

Marlin is known for his consecutive Daytona 500 wins, one of the only three drivers, along with Richard Petty and Cale Yarborough to achieve the feat.

Dale Jr. and Sterling Marlin on the immediate aftermath of the 2001 Daytona 500 accident.

Dale Jr also discussed the 2001 Daytona 500, the race in which Dale Sr.’s car made contact with Sterling’s car. The resulting accident caused his death. This led to Sterling and his family receiving hate mail and death threats from fans. He was cleared of any wrongdoing by NASCAR’s investigation.

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