Back in the Day is a television show on the North American cable/satellite network, Speed Channel. It is hosted by NASCAR superstar driver Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
The show, which premiered on February 9, 2006, is a repackaged version of the 1960s and 1970s show Car and Track, which was hosted and narrated by Bud Lindemann. The syndicated 30-minute program carried highlights of major NASCAR races, before such coverage was widely available on network television.
The new version features trivia about stock-car racing and other topics, presented in a "pop-up" style.
Earnhardt Jr. tapes his segments at his home and at the North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame. Both are located in Mooresville, North Carolina.
The most common featured years are those of the early 1970s.