Summary Bobby Waltrip, middle brother of NASCAR Hall of Fame driver and Fox Sports announcer Darrell Waltrip and NASCAR team owner and fellow Fox Sports announcer Michael Waltrip, died Sunday. The family of the former go-kart racer and race announcer confirmed his death on Twitter. Robert Lynn 'Bobby' Waltrip passed away today. My brother Bobby was a sweet man and will be dearly missed.--.
Summary TALLADEGA, Alabama -- Darrell Waltrip will host the 2014 Race Fever Fan Frenzy, the annual fundraising event for the Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind, May 2. The event will take place at the International Motorsports Hall of Fame Fox Sports 1 Dome at Talladega Superspeedway.
Summary Richard Petty, Dale Earnhardt and Bobby Allison were among the first drivers inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame. Cale Yarborough and Dale Earnhardt both won more short-track races than Wallace, but in terms of consistency, Wallace was as good as anyone. Wallace was a threat at each of NASCAR's short tracks, winning nine races at Bristol, seven at Martinsville and six at Richmond.
Summary Darrell Waltrip is most known for his current stint with NASCAR On Fox as an on-air personality. He was an excellent racer in his own right though. Waltrip won at Bristol Motor Speedway an outstanding 12 times. With that many wins, he for sure belongs on this list. Bobby Allison is always a noticeable name in any NASCAR conversation.
Summary The six Mobil 1 ads also feature Darrell Waltrip as Snowman and Jeff Hammond as Justice. It will be available for viewing in a single-play episode on March 25. Stewart, who owns a Trans-Am similar to the car used in the movie, said as a tradition he watches the movie with three friends the night before they go on vacation together.
Summary Darrell, a three-time Cup champion and member of the NASCAR Hall of Fame, had gall bladder surgery Thursday, Fox Sports lead announcer Mike Joy said on the air Friday. The 67-year-old Waltrip had hoped to make the race Saturday night but tweeted Saturday morning he would not make it.
Summary Such is the life of Darrell Waltrip , the Fox analyst, whose broadcast career has vaulted him into a role as one of the most influential and authoritative voices in stock-car racing. Waltrip, who turns 67 next month, starts his 14th season as Fox's NASCAR analyst when the network begins its coverage with the Daytona 500 on Feb. 23. Next week in Charlotte, the owners and drivers of the NASCAR race teams, as well as executives from the sanctioning body, will participate in the annual media tour to preview the season and off-season changes in sponsors and line-ups.