Michael Waltrip

12 Memorable NASCAR Moments at Michigan International Speedway

NASCAR Teams Head to Kansas, Honor Boston

Geoffrey Miller's Five Things to Watch at Kansas Speedway
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<p> Five storylines to follow as the NASCAR Sprint Cup circuit heads to Kansas Speedway for the STP 400.</p>

1. NASCAR honors victims, heroes of Boston Marathon explosions
Just as it did after the large-scale attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, NASCAR will serve in the role of honoring those affected by Monday's horrific events at the Boston Marathon. Beyond the expected emotional pageantry of Sunday's pre-race ceremonies at Kansas Speedway, two Sprint Cup teams with unique ties to Boston and its annual road race have even made plans to recognize and support the victims and heroes in various ways.

The 10 Funniest NASCAR Commercials

Top 12 Moments in NASCAR's Spring Race at Bristol

6 Wildcard Drivers to Watch in the Daytona 500

Who are the wildcard drivers who could win the 55th running of the Daytona 500?
<p> 6 Wildcard Drivers to Watch in the 2013 Daytona 500</p>

The Daytona 500 is the Great American Race for a reason. Dreams are realized, careers are validated and history is made each and every season. For the 55th time in history, 43 cars will attempt to finish 200 laps around the 2.5-mile asphalt tri-oval called the Daytona International Speedway.

The 10 Most Memorable Daytona 500s

Greatest Post-Race NASCAR Interviews at Talladega

Looking Back: Waltrip's Passion for NASCAR Pays Off

Michael Waltrip Racing a long way from troubled Cup debut in 2007
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<p> Athlon Sports racing editor Matt Taliaferro looks back on the Oct. 2007, race weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway, when the fortunes of Michael Waltrip Racing were changed forever.</p>

The following article was published on Oct. 12, 2007, during NASCAR’s Charlotte race weekend shortly after a press conference introducing Rob Kauffman as the newest investor in Michael Waltrip Racing was held.

10 Great NASCAR Moments at Bristol Motor Speedway

Clint Bowyer Wins in Sonoma

Bowyer, MWR team, have found chemistry early in 2012
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<p> Clint Bowyer wins the Toyota/Save Mart 350 NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Sonoma.</p>

Perhaps Clint Bowyer’s win on the road course in Sonoma, Calif., should not have come as a surprise. After all, the seven-year NASCAR Sprint Cup veteran had recorded four top 10s in six starts at the 1.99-mile course prior to Sunday’s Toyota/Save Mart 350.

Still, Bowyer, a Kansas native with Midwest dirt-tracking roots, has never been considered anywhere near a “road course ringer,” as the NASCAR types like to label those who excel when turning left and right.