While the jet is fast, it's roomy and comfortable,
too. There is seating for up to 9 passengers, plus a
crew of 2 -- and the cabin is high enough for most
people to stand in comfortably.
The jet is powered by 2 Pratt & Whitney turbo-fan jet
engines which are capable of producing 4,600 lbs. of
The Learjet 60 has a range of over 2,400 miles. That
means Dale Jr can fly to most race tracks without
stopping for fuel.
Dale Jr didn't buy this jet new -- it's a 1996 model.
But it appears to have been meticulously maintained. A
new Lear 60 carries a price tag of around $13 million.
One like Dale Jr's would likely be priced at $5-7
million on the secondary jet market.
The exterior fuselage is finished in white with blue
and gray trim.
According to FAA records the jet is officially
registered to JRM Air LLC, 151 Bullet Lane, Cleveland,
The FAA certificate was issued on January 20, 2005.