Michael Waltrip1963-04-30 (age 58)
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Blink of an Eye: From Triumph to Tragedy is a sobering look inside the darkest day in NASCAR history from the perspective of Michael Waltrip.
The 59th running of the Daytona 500 this weekend will mark Michael Waltrip's 30th appearance in the race and according to him, this will be his last.
Aaron’s will sponsor Michael Waltrip’s final NASCAR race — the 2017 Daytona 500.
Only a handful of cars went out on track during Thursday's pre-Duel practice session with no pack forming.
Wednesday night’s second Sprint Cup Series practice was marred by a multi-car accident that will send at least two teams to backup cars for Thursday night’s Cam-Am Duel races.
Coming to Daytona this year must provoke mixed emotions for Michael Waltrip, who for the first time in a decade, will not be here as a team owner.
All the focus was on the Sprint Cup title fight at Homestead, but in the background of the title decider was the end of Michael Waltrip Racing.
The No. 17 Ford leads Sprint Cup session with a lap of 200.780mph.
Co-owner Rob Kauffman hopes to "figure something out."
From the stands to the cockpit, hard work pays off with Sprint Cup opportunity for Buescher.
Chris Buescher will make his Cup debut at Auto Club Speedway.
Front Row Motorsports selects Moffitt to sub for the next three Cup races
BK Racing provides opportunity for another aspiring racer.
100 laps down, and just 100 more to go in the 2015 Daytona 500.
Six drivers and teams will be sent home.
Jeff Gordon's time of 44.711 seconds (201.293 mph) was .035 seconds better than that of Hendrick Motorsports teammate Jimmie Johnson.
Sprint Cup runner-up of 2012 admits he needs to change his approach to win the title.
Todd Parrott and Slugger Labbe will be back on the pit box for Speedweeks.
Furniture Row Racing settles into second season with Truex, reveal Visser Precision as associate sponsor.
Brian Vickers will return at Las Vegas.
Michael Waltrip Racing cites "health issues" as cause for driver's absence.
Matt Borland will oversee the transfer of Formula One technology to Stewart-Haas Racing while providing Haas F1 Team with deep engineering resources.
Rodney Childers' leap of faith lands his first Sprint Cup Championship.
The Camping World Truck and Nationwide seasons come to a close this weekend at Homestead
Will we see another David vs. Goliath story at Talladega?
Jeff Gordon has earned his fourth win of the 2014 season.
Race Team Alliance Chairman and Michael Waltrip Racing co-owner Rob Kauffman weighs in on NASCAR rule changes for 2015.
As Michael Waltrip Racing looks to regain its footing, its team owner is "Dancing with the Stars".
Driver and team owner hopes to follow in Helio Castroneves' steps.
With the new Chase system, someone may very well become the fifth this weekend.
Jeff Gordon has scored his third victory of the 2014 season.
Tony Stewart is sitting out this weekend's race.
Testing ramps up for NASCAR Sprint Cup teams.
There are so many questions that will be answered in the very short term for Tony Stewart and his entire race team.
With 21 races in the books, there is still time.
Jeff Gordon passed Hendrick Motorsports teammate Kasey Kahne late in the race to win at the Brickyard.