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Michael Waltrip

Michael Waltrip, of Owensboro, Kentucky, is a race car driver for NASCAR. He is the younger brother of former driver Darrell Waltrip. He most recently drove the #15 NAPA Toyota Camry. Waltrip was the 1981 Kentucky Motor Speedway Mini-Modified Division champion, the 1983 NASCAR Dash Series champion, and won the Daytona 500 in 2001 and 2003.
Michael Waltrip, of Owensboro, Kentucky, is a race car driver for NASCAR. He is the younger brother of former driver Darrell Waltrip. He most recently drove the #15 NAPA Toyota Camry. Waltrip was the 1981 Kentucky Motor Speedway Mini-Modified Division champion, the 1983 NASCAR Dash Series champion, and won the Daytona 500 in 2001 and 2003. « Show less

Top Michael Waltrip Articles

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  • Martin wins pole at Dover International Speedway

    Martin wins pole at Dover International Speedway
    Mark Martin turned a lap of 158.297 mph on Saturday to win the pole at Dover International Speedway. The 53-year-old Martin now has 54 career Sprint Cup poles. He has three poles this season in 10 races while racing a limited schedule for Michael Waltrip...
  • NASCAR takes 3 windshields from MWR

    NASCAR takes 3 windshields from MWR
    NASCAR has confiscated the front windshields from Michael Waltrip Racing's two cars and a third car affiliated with the race team. The windshields were taken from the cars of MWR drivers David Reutimann and Martin Truex Jr., as well as Bobby Labonte from...
  • NASCAR Sprint Cup Teams Test At Daytona International Speedway

    NASCAR Sprint Cup Teams Test At Daytona International Speedway
    Seven NASCAR Sprint Cup Series teams turned laps at the high banks of Daytona International Speedway Tuesday, seeking the best baseline aerodynamic package for next January’s Preseason Thunder Test at “The World Center of Racing.”...
  • The Backstretch Blog: A Change Could do you Good

    The Backstretch Blog: A Change Could do you Good
    For the first time since joining a new team in the off season, Kansas native Clint Boywer found his way to victory lane. It has only been a little less than a year since Bowyer's last victory. Yet, there is no doubt moving to Michael Waltrip Racing was...
  • RCR moves personnel to give Harvick new crew chief

    RCR moves personnel to give Harvick new crew chief
    Kevin Harvick will have a new crew chief next season after falling short in his bid to win the Sprint Cup title for a second consecutive year. Richard Childress Racing says Shane Wilson will be crew chief on the No. 29 Chevrolet next season. He'll...
  • Brian Pattie will serve as crew chief for Emporia's Clint Bowyer next season

    Brian Pattie will serve as crew chief for Emporia's Clint Bowyer next season
    Michael Waltrip Racing today announced that Brian Pattie will serve as crew chief for Clint Bowyer’s No.15 5-hour ENERGY Toyota Camry in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series beginning in 2012.  “Brian is someone whose been on our radar for a very...
  • David Reutimann will drive for Tommy Baldwin Racing

    David Reutimann will drive for Tommy Baldwin Racing
    Tommy Baldwin Racing added NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver David Reutimann to the team’s 2012 driver lineup alongside Dave Blaney. Still seeking sponsorship for both Reutimann and Blaney, details regarding car number, sponsors and team members...
  • Waltrip brothers dig into history Daytona International Speedway pavement

     
    DAYTONA BEACH — For the entire NASCAR community, Daytona International Speedway is a place that brings joy and pain. Michael Waltrip feels those emotions acutely when he thinks about this track. “I think in my whole life, Daytona has been...
  • From the archives: Black Sunday: Dale Earnhardt dies at Daytona 500 as teammate wins storied race

    DAYTONA BEACH -- Michael Waltrip's joy lasted only moments Sunday. He won the Daytona 500, drove to Victory Lane and saw that the man who'd put him there -- his car owner, Dale Earnhardt -- "wasn't there," he said. "Kenny Schrader was there in Victory...