DOVER, DE - JUNE 03: Dale Earnhardt Jr., driver of the #88 Nationwide Chevrolet, stands in the garage area during practice for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series AAA 400 Drive for Autism at Dover International Speedway on June 3, 2017 in Dover, Delaware. (Photo by Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images)

Daytona is pulling out all the stops to honor Dale Earnhardt Jr.

While it's possible Dale Earnhardt Jr. could return to race at Daytona in the future on a part-time basis, NASCAR officials are treating Sunday's Coke Zero 400 as if it will be Earnhardt's last at the track.

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Earnhardt has won twice at Daytona, and the track is honoring him in several ways prior and during Saturday night's race.

Earnhardt's No. 88 logo will be painted in the tri-oval grass, and there will be a video honoring him before the race starts.

Lap 88 of the race will be called the Dale Jr. #APPRECI88ION lap where fans can stand to recognize him and his career.

One of the most unique things the track will have is a #Daletona mosaic which will be located in the Axalta Injector. The mosaic will include photos of Earnhardt that fans submit via the #Daletona hashtag on Twitter and Instagram.

The entire weekend will have celebrations to honor Earnhardt. Earnhardt's greatest moments at Daytona are in a bracket challenge at

Earnhardt is retiring from full-time racing after the season, and many tracks are expected to give him a farewell tour during the last half of the season.

Earnhardt needs a win if he wants to qualify for the postseason, and a win at Daytona would be the biggest story of the season for NASCAR.

(h/t NBC Sports)