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"waltrip" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

03:44 min | 4 months ago

"waltrip" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"Conversation. Thank you to beg engelhardt for coordinating as always being great to work with on the fox side as well as sending over michael's resume to refresh my memory on a few things including that inside winston cup program that we talked about in just how long michael has been around the broadcasting side of the sport. That's pretty impressive. All right so as i said. We're gonna take care of some stuff with patriotic. Really excited because we've got some new supporters this week. So my thanks. To joe dutton as well as stephanie alexander and janice barrett. All new to the patriarch page. I hope you are enjoying that. And looking around and seeing what's available. I am having a great time doing that. I'm getting more comfortable with it. Learning some more behind the scenes of how it works. And what i can provide to all of you so if you haven't had a chance to check it out or are still thinking about whether you want sign up or not. Please go take another look around a lot of video clips that i'm able to upload because we're doing interviews resume resumes we get to see the driver or whoever may be on the other side of the camera. That link of course is available in the show description of this episode and all over social media. so if you're following me on twitter or facebook or instagram. it's not that hard to find so. I hope you'll check it out again. So thank you for that. Support and copies are still with us. And they're doing a great job with the screen printing and helping me tell all of you about the merchandise that's available but time is running out to get those orders in if you're listening to this episode today august second that means you have one day left. Get your order in. Orders will be accepted until august third at eleven fifty nine. pm eastern time after that it's closed and then everything goes to printing and the orders will be shipped. So don't wait any longer. Go check out the merchandise. The link directly to the page for racing writers podcast merchandise is available in the show description of this episode and be pushing it heavily once again on social media. So if you want a hat or a hoodie. Which must i say. The hoodie is so comfortable. I have mine already. Been wearing it around my apartment in the air conditioner just because it's so comfortable. So hat hoodie. Actually there's two options there's a snap back and form fitting option t-shirt cousy and a sticker. I put the sticker on my laptop. I'm normally not one of those people who put stickers on my laptop. I have to now. I have one for the late sam bass who was a good friend and just a lovely lovely person and now a sticker to promote the racing riders podcasts. So again. I hope you check all that out. Time is running out. Thank you two copies for being so great to work with so again you have until august third at eleven fifty nine pm to go. Get your order in so with that. Let's wrap this up as always you can leave a rating and review. Let me know what you think of this episode or any of the episodes. You've might have listened to recently in the archives we've had some great conversations here which just makes me happy because it seems like everybody's enjoying it. Everybody's enjoying coming on the show. And i've gotten great feedbacks. I appreciate all of that. Saliba rating and review hit the. Subscribe button if you haven't done that. All of it helps to spread the word about the podcast. And keep us chugging right along of course you can also engage with me on social media. As i mentioned you can find me on twitter. Facebook and instagram. It is my name all across the board just at kelly crandall so again very easy to find and i'm always open to engaging in hearing what you have to think about the podcast and again i just appreciate the sport so that is offered this week. Another episode in the books. I will see you right here next monday. With another new code of the racing writers podcasts.

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"waltrip" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

05:56 min | 4 months ago

"waltrip" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"And so think i've kelly. I can't remember a specific case of someone being mad at me. But i know there were some over the years all these years later. Like i said you've put in twenty five years now on. Tv started all the way back in two thousand four. What do you enjoy about tv and broadcast work. And this side of the sport just continuing to be a participant if you will in sport started racing cup in nineteen eighty five and all the way till today. There's been a reason a really good reason for me to pay close attention to what's going on when i my last raced in seventeen if i wasn't a tv guy could just casually watch the race and cool but now every race. I watch i either physically take notes or make mental notes about something. I saw something happened. That i think make for good. Tv and then the second. Half of the year guests on the box hub. Show in able to share those thoughts. So i think just being in baugh being a part of the sports still that means the world's need has been my life since i was born basically. His mother was sixteen years old and watching him race his car and and wanting to be disliked. My brother and i grew up. It's really cool to still have the reason to still have a purpose if you will in our sport which is to tell stories in hopefully entertain people. Well we're recording. Of course for my podcast and i was looking around. And i haven't seen waltrip unfiltered in a while. Any plans to do more of your podcast. You know every now and then think about stories to tell things to do. So maybe we'll do a couple episodes at some point but finished up last year. Just didn't really get running this year. But i still have those stories. So thank you for letting me come on. Your cloud ashton share those. It's really funded. Talk racing and i'm looking forward to being on tv and a couple of weeks that some time off the trucks. But i'm going to visit the hub a couple of times the next few weeks between racing and doing some tv and way low golf every now. And then i haven't done a podcast while we'll do another one sees between doing tv and doing the podcast. Is it weird to go from talking to drivers for years as a fellow driver or a friend to now doing it in an interview setting. Was there any adjustment there. you know. I was really surprised at how much joy bat you know getting almost any time. I've done anything you know. It's like coming to the thirty seconds..

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"waltrip" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

05:42 min | 4 months ago

"waltrip" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"It was like a stroll down memory lane for me because Most all six tracks every staff but it was back in the eighties or nineties. So i didn't really see that coming. I just thought i was to go hang in outrace a little bit but when i got to stafford i remember. I've been here before. But i don't remember when it was and then someone comes up with a picture for me in like nineteen ninety-one racing a late model there and then a lead that race and i iran. Well i guess overall. It was fun because i was enjoying the company. Get into thing. Around and chit chat with bobby and bill and healthy felt like oh towns. You know when. I was a race driver. That's something i didn't really see coming through. S rx was iran. My last nascar race in seventeen the daytona five hundred and some not a race car driver anymore but when hanging around with those other guys is just talk and racing. It felt like i wasn't raised car driver. Memories are that's pretty cool the overall takeaway is you know. I wanted to do better. I lead a couple of races and was able to get up front. But i didn't have the results to that. Made me happy but the experience made me happen. Yeah i was gonna say you had told forbes a couple months ago before it started that you didn't wanna suck so i was gonna ask degrade yourself there. You said the results are what you wanted. But if you had to grade yourself overall racing against some of the best across all of motor sports how would you grade it. I was pretty happy with my performance. Especially the first two races stafford. We ran up front kind of got squeezed out and had some damage. Those indycar drivers some of them drive like the fenders for change. And then i got to thinking. Oh yeah they do. Maybe that's why they act like that Run into everybody. So that was a little frustrating but then went to knoxville. Was able to pass tony and take the lead. He's a dirt racing legend to be able to put some moves on him and to be upfront. Like i was that was pretty rewarding. And then after that you know. I really look forward to slinger because it's such a crazy race track and at a pretty good time race in its slinger and then of course nashville's all sorts of started for me. When i was a kid. I put on there. I'm talking in the seventies. You know. I would go watch my brother race and that crowd and just the memories. That it brought back to be nashville was really special. And i'm thinking that we're all the people that came out and attended in watched stuff enjoyed it so now. It's on to being the truck race in commentator. Something that's about as i got the race against haley and you know being able to watch her on on the track and talk about on tv. She's special. I think she's very talented. I enjoy her spirit. And i like watching a race and so i didn't really see getting to race against are coming at didn't know that was going to happen so now that have been able to race with her. It makes me look forward at much more to talk about her trucks. Did you have any moments. Mikey where you caught yourself saying. I'm racing against so and so because you mentioned you. Got to talk to bobby and race around bobby tony like the old days but were anyone else in the field that you caught yourself in anytime saying..

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"waltrip" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

05:53 min | 4 months ago

"waltrip" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"Cup. He did that with fellow. Drivers can trader and johnny benson and that show continued on for many years. Now michael is part of the truck series program team. He's been a part of that since two thousand four and he's also a part of the nascar cup series coverage since two thousand twelve and that includes race hub race day. A little bit of everything so a lot of this conversation focuses on michael's media work also gonna talk about his brewing company and these six week stretch that he had with s rx over the summer and getting to be a driver again and i asked him if that kind of scratched an issue that was just laying under the surface of wanting to get back into a race car. So a lot of fun with mikey. Lots of great stories. Some good memories and we just covered a lot in our time together so i thank him for that. I think you're really going to enjoy it of course before we get to the interview. Make sure to stick around after our conversation because we're gonna take care of some housekeeping items with merchandise for the podcast as well patriot on and everything of that nature. So make sure you stick around after my conversation with michael waltrip which again i think you're gonna enjoy. I can't wait to share it so here. It is michael waltrip fox sports on the racing writers podcast nice and earlier. You morning person. Mikey yeah. I don't really care. Depends on the night before. How long a state up but last night. A bit early and woke up early. I've already reagan about three miles and starting my day. My goodness you're putting me to shame already. I'm still trying to wake up after making the mistake of watching the women's soccer game at four thirty. Am that would be a mistake in my eyes. But i guess it's maybe it's too early to have one of the beers right from the ruined company. It is a little bit too early better..

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Mario Rossi: One of the Most Famous Figures in Auto Racing History

NASCAR on NBC

01:53 min | 8 months ago

Mario Rossi: One of the Most Famous Figures in Auto Racing History

"And show is with for win and usa today and also the sneak podcast. Which is what she'd here to talk about today so Thanks for joining us. Thank you so much for having me on. I'm really excited to be here. I'm excited to have you as we talked about. I've been listening to the sneak. This is the third season i'll confess. I haven't listened to all of the first few seasons by listen to a little bit of fifth when of course has a nascar theme which is why we're talking about it here on the nascar. Nbc podcast and it is about a crew chief named mario rossi who i'll confess jaw. I didn't know anything about this guy. Instill your podcasts came out when i google. They found like there was a little bit out there from you. I love nascar man our twitter. He had done something on it. And i found a couple of other stories but amazing story. This and for somebody like myself. I'm a little embarrassed covered nascar for almost twenty years. I'd never heard it to the degree that you need. Scott everybody reported it so we must start there. You just give us the mario rossi story in a nutshell. What this podcast thirties sneakers about. Honestly you shouldn't feel bad at all about not knowing who mario rossi is. Because i talked to especially in the beginning of our reporting in this i talked to a wide variety of drivers crew chiefs retired and only some of the long retired drivers actually knew who i was talking about aside from bread kozlowski. Who knew exactly what i was talking about. So yeah so. Mario rossi was a crew chief in the nineteen sixties and seventies. He worked with Dig- racing at one point with donnie. Allison and darrell waltrip He drove a little bit of was team. Owner briefly But he's generally considered from everything that i've learned at this point. He was considered an innovator. A brilliant engineering mind. Who was very aware of safety limitations on the need for innovation in

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"waltrip" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"waltrip" Discussed on KTOK

"Lawsuit dot us. Looking back at the world of sports. It's the I Heart radio weekend. Sports Time capsule. What's going on fellow sports fans in Sandy West and I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history. We'll start off in 1959, where future pro Football Hall of Fame running back Jim Brown runs for five touchdowns in the Cleveland Browns. 38 31 win over the Baltimore Colts at Memorial Stadium jumping ahead this week in 1981 Darrell Waltrip wins his fourth straight NASCAR Race the American 500 North Carolina Motor Speedway. He ties Richard Petty's record from 1967 with his 12th win of the season and he goes on to win the Winston Cup crowns Like Thiss Week in 1995. The Braves win their first World Series since moving to Atlanta with a one Nothing win over Cleveland in Game six. Tom Glavine and Mark Wohlers combined on a one hitter David Justice homered in the sixth inning, Thiss Week in 2000 to Emmitt Smith breaks the NFL career. Gnashing yard. It's record held by the late Walter Payton on an 11 yard run in the fourth quarter. Smith has 109 yards and a touchdown in Dallas, 17 to 14 loss to Seattle and ends the game with 16,743 career yards. 17 more than Peyton Game, He is still number one on the list. On this week in 2013, Matthew Stafford's one yard lunge over a pile of Lyman with 12 seconds left and Calvin Johnson's 329 yards receiving Lift the Detroit.

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"waltrip" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"waltrip" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Go to church yet. No, but assumes those churches open on there. Why don't you go with the Ventura County Pastor? You see that guy's holding services against orders, and that's too long a drive he's had, like 1000 people show up on no masks, and they hugged. Oh, no, they hugged in hand shake. Oh, I had shake too. Pedro Arias has been on death row since 1990 bit the dust over the weekend from what they believe is complications related to coded 19. Now he is the 12th death row inmate to succumb and for those who missed, John Cho Belt said, when 10 go down John will return to time I'm going to church and I'm going to like 12 candles in church. Will you send us proof? Sure Pictures. I'll take photos of you'll see the church in rubble. It'll collapse as soon as I walk in. I'm looking for the definitive story on his crime because he just give us the charges. Don't do that. Tell us what he first degree murder and second to be robbery, kidnapping, ransom extortion penetration with a foreign out, But what did he actually do? He stabbed Herbert. John Waltrip Junior while robbing a convenience store, and Waltrip died later during surgery. 13 days Layer arias Ram the fender of a car on Highway 50 kidnapped the driver at gunpoint when she stopped to exchange information. And for three hours, he drove her around Sacramento and YOLO County's alternately assaulting her and collecting cash from her accounts. She escaped by running into a hardware store. While he was standing in line at an ATM, and eventually he escaped in the truck. The truck rolled over and he was arrested. He ripped off his clothes in the courtroom and one of his At one of his hearings. Ah! And he spent 30 years on death row. What did he do to the 14 year old is, it said lewd and lascivious acts with a child under 14 sodomy of a child under 14. Two counts of forcible was how old was the woman that he must've been old enough to drive yet? She had a bank account. You know, it's the this is this is the typical incomplete media story. You know that If he'd gotten executed, we'd hear about how he stored for six minutes. Which is a sign of suffering. Right? That that would have been. I would have been 15 paragraphs on the guy snoring before he died. But now they don't dead. These these were always the sacramental be infected. We as I think we did ban the Sacramento Bee. We did? Yes, we did. Oh, yeah, because there I think they're another one. That's not going to say looting right? They eliminated language. Oh, and mug shot mug shots right. They're going to put mug shots at him anymore because they don't want us to make any conclusion. Negative racial interpretations based on the mug shot. Yes, And they're not. They're no longer a newspaper. So of course they're not going to print enough detail about the crimes he committed. Why ended up on death row. You know, we're just gonna have to be Ah. Going to have to deal with all the all the suffering that thes Prisoners went through catching the virus. Now. On the flip side, the first prison guard Has died of Cove in 19. Sergeant Gilbert Polanco on Army veteran and guard at San Quentin since 1988. It is reported he had died. He had been hospitalized since July 3rd. With Corona virus. The toll that San Quentin is 261 workers infected Polanco's death was the first among the Marin County facility staff. He passed away. They announced his death along with the death row Inmates death and let's remind everyone how incredibly stupid the corrections Department is. They took 121 inmates from the prison in Chino. Sent him to San Quentin. 25 of them were positive for the virus, and it spread from there. So the reason you have such a large number of San Quentin virus cases is because the Corrections department imported the virus from Gino. Now it's right. Ah! Well, I don't want guards to get sick. But you know, Yeah, 713 Death row inmates. Let it rip. Yeah, I think I think we're getting close to as many death row inmates dying this year of the virus as we had executed in Ah, in 40 years. 0 11 Yeah, I thought I thought I was 13 that we had executed since 1978 on at the check on that, But I thought that was the number that we we've been holding it now for almost 15 years. Then then we round side of this is that they keep releasing inmates before long they're going to empty death row. You already releasing murderers who weren't on death row? They're releasing murderers who got long sentences like that woman therapy. Did you see that story? You know the times did a Oh, yeah, yeah. We should talk about what? We should talk about that because that's Ah That's another one. She had committed this brutal murder, but she she became practically a scholar while behind bars. Well, that's why she was eligible for this. This leniency. She had 65 years less left under sentence. She got 84 years. As as a prison term for killing this guy. Yes, but the title is a bit covert. 19 California releases some inmates doing time for murder advocates pushed to free Mohr. Usually they're right, raising troubling questions among victims advocates. Aren't there any advocates for keeping prisoners Martin there are but they don't get as much time. You never read that, though. Advocates for people Advocate from people who want murderers behind bars. If you look at their life sentences, Terra beween on to earn a college degree during her 19 years in prison, she mentored younger inmates and was lauded by administrators for exceptional conduct. While incarcerated. Boy that doesn't help the poor guy She killed now guy. She drove 750 miles with He's bleeding in the trunk of his own car, dragged him into motel, tied him to a chair and left him to.

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"waltrip" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

09:35 min | 1 year ago

"waltrip" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"As well I mean you have guys like Michael. Waltrip and Kenny Wallace who are already part of the Fox Stanley at the time, and were you know more fulltime on what they were doing with TV? So you still had drivers involve boxes always used the athletes, which I think is really cool records, bracing or NFL, or whatever we can kind of see a trend there, but it just kept growing, and from one thing to another and. I WANNA say two thousand seventeen, doing a little bit more time that year halfway through the year it became obvious that there was going to be a a race that Iowa that they didn't have a up driver to put in the booth, and I think they used the cup drivers that year in the booth with Adam Alexander Mike Waltrip, and I just kind of put hard sell on us, said Hey. I'd love to do that is available man that really cool, so I could go call out our race and I'll make sure that I. don't commit anything on my schedule to race in that. That racist if I could do that and it was at Charlotte before of that year lead and I would I remember talking to a gentleman named Jacob Ullman, who's with Fox and Lindsay Mandate? WHO works in the race up. Studios with US had kind of talked all them as well Steve Craddock..

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"waltrip" Discussed on Classic Races

Classic Races

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"waltrip" Discussed on Classic Races

"Up. He had cuts all over his hand and said where those cuts come from. Well we had a little battle over Norio. It seems that We were going for the same cookie and she wants. Needless to say so. That's the latest Felicia the pig update from the Bodine family and the way British talking. I think I won't say what I was going to say. But it's it's a big old pig. Guaranteed if it wouldn't get more than forty pounds here one hundred twenty pounds and obviously beautiful young show at the stage. I'll tell you what I don't know about you guys. I really don't indication Jesmyn given one more lap. We'll go back to green flag racing here over and hopefully we can stay green for a while already. We've had five caution flags this afternoon. Joined broadcast a little bit late. The latest one coming out at lap. Twenty two or twenty nine right now when Ricky? Rudd hit the wall over intern number two that has set his car to the garage area. Ernie Irvan started dead last here this afternoon. After having to switch to a backup car is at the front of the pack. He is a leader. He's worked his way right up there and has one of the strongest cars in the field. Despite the fact that you've heard US talk about this afternoon. It is a backup machine riding right behind him. In second place is Mark Martin Third Darah Water. Having talked about him in a while and this is a good track for. Darryl over the years. He's had some pretty decent finishes. You're always runs well. Fourth Geoff Bodine and fifth right. Now is Rusty Wallace Green flag in the air. And they get down to it as a head back off in turn over one double file restart a lotta lap cars down on the inside. Traffic gets pretty hairy going into the corner and Mark Martin's GonNa get shuffled back a little bit. Ernie Irving's able to clear the lap car. Ted Bus grave now Mark Martin gets by Mortgage Shepherd. He'll fall in line behind US grave next in line. Geoff Bodine's make some contact with Darrell. Waltrip WALTER GOES UP. The banking now. Rusty Wallace goes down low. That was the battle for third spot when Geoff. Bodine Darrell Waltrip out of the way so give Jeff Third Darrell waltrip now running into fluid. Spot ahead of placement on a rusty Wallace owes. Cars are back at one. Darrell still trying to get back down and lie at all. The cars passing him battle. The inside Lane Hut Strickland. Rick Mast get spy also Jimmy Spencer. Dale Jarrett trying to make a move on Darrell Waltrip as he struggles to get back down to the lower line. Walter just cannot get that card down to the bottom of the racetrack and if you have to stay out on that high grew we said a couple of times you're gonNA lose positions there something wrong with earlier and earlier in the race leader has slowed here on the main street away. Something is wrong with the Kodak Film. Chevrolet Mark Martin takes over the lead lap number. One thirty two herb. It was going down the straightaway like every other lap and all of a sudden the car slowed. Let's go to the pits. Tony Stanton near Tony. Say What's wrong. I think Barney Piston or something. I'm not sure. He said he felt when he took out. What's happening in early? The pace now still on the racetrack just riding along at the bottom of the speedway but just about everybody. It's catching up to him as driving on around and we'll watch and see attorney stays out there. They'll discuss it if they can figure out what's wrong and probably will be on pit road here very shortly one hundred and thirty three laps on the school board and the Budweiser five hundred. Martin is a leader right. Nows and sweeps off turnover one. While he has really pulled away from the rest of the field. At least the cars are all the lead lap. Boys got a fake news today. Like twenty himself in second place about three lap car separating the second place car which is now Geoff Bodine. Bodine out himself some of that traffic working underneath but Ted bus brave car but white with Bodine's Rusty Wallace the third-place car that you've got Karl and a half maybe two back to Dale Jarrett. He's up the fourth spot. Darrell Waltrip Strip. That there's problems. Pj Jones spent off the flat of the race. Track collects Terry Labonte with him has the kelloggs cornflakes machine at nowhere to go. Caution on the speedway as Labonte pulls away with damage to the nose of the Kellogg's car what happened. There was an example of when you get off the banking to the flat of the race track. The car was half the banking half on the flat for. Pj Jolt does kind of got away from him. And is he shot up the twenty four degree banking. Terry Labonte had nowhere to go. Caution lap. One thirty six for the sixth time today. The new Pontiac. Why does supercharged engine makes it fly? Jewell airbags any lock brakes better. Believe it's got what it takes.

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"waltrip" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"waltrip" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"International well thirteen now first alert weather on K. and S. T. Hey there meteorologist Stephanie Waltrip here with your cable the first alert forecast for your Thursday eighty six degrees for the high with lots of sunshine winds a bit of a breeze about five to fifteen miles an hour overnight temperatures fall down into the mid fifties and for your Friday eighty five degrees with winds sustained at about fifteen to twenty five miles per hour right now there's a child living in extreme poverty with no future and no hope but you can bring hope when you become a compassion international sponsor just text the word child two eight three three nine three and sponsor a child right now hi this is getting rich inviting you to listen to my free weekly podcast called new swirled every Sunday we will explore topics and issues that are relevant to your life hand I'll give you context in each twist and turn in the two thousand twenty presidential race and why it is the most important election of our lives I heart radio's number one for podcast and it's easy to see why listen to new twirled on the I heart radio app however you get your podcasts how strong the most comfortable may we we we well it is your morning ritual with me Gary Lewis can STA M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk Thursday April sixteenth thanks for hanging out three things I think you need to know brought to you by strong bill plumbing air and solar number one trump yesterday said tomorrow meaning today he's going to have a plan to reopen the economy and he's he's at least twenty nine states are about twenty nine states which could happen pretty instantaneously which I'm so happy about it we'll get your reaction to what do you think about that it's a good idea we have to be one of the twenty nine year in Arizona so that's going to happen later on today you know we're gonna talk about it tomorrow because I can we do here Regina says no no no no I don't nothing about business but I want to close anyway the second thing I think.

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"waltrip" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:58 min | 2 years ago

"waltrip" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The sporting life if you were a fan of NASCAR you're familiar with the career and the achievements of Michael Waltrip if you're not a fan of NASCAR and if you're not familiar with Michael Waltrip you will soon have the opportunity to learn his remarkable story because new film is coming out it is called in the blink of an eye it is based on Michael Waltrip's memoir is especially about his relationship with Dale Earnhardt and it is also very much about the two thousand and one Daytona five hundred which was such a consequential and tragic event and also at the same time a triumph for Michael Waltrip and is a pleasure to welcome to the sporting life Michael Waltrip Michael thank you for being with us I appreciate your help me how they go in and great inner if you could have said it better well I I I appreciate that thank you and I got to say you know your story there is so much there is so compelling it's not just about obviously what happened in two thousand one in Daytona your whole story up to that point having never won a race and more than four hundred attempts up to that point and what came together that day what transpired as you say in the blink of an eye at the finish can you try to put it into words I can try and and that's what the documentary is all about trying to explain to folks the relationship that I had with Dale and the belief that he had in me if you believe that if I throw for him I could win despite the fact that I had lost more races the name NASCAR race there ever had and then had and then one one so. really thank your army is I woke up February eighteenth two thousand one and I told my family my friend I thank beat me today I woke up with that attitude. despite the fact I lost all our graces because that's where Dale Earnhardt had me mentally yeah me a car I knew I could win in if you believe that the land and I woke up that morning thinking I was going to win and the wind was awesome took the checkered flag and of course a half hour later I learned that what I thought was the best day in my career and not be probably the worst course you talk about the death of Dale Earnhardt at the end of that race how in the moment did you even begin to process everything that was going on Michael you know it's just a very interesting as a. had it really is a racer I got the big to Lana couldn't wait to hug my wife and my daughter. celebrate with my team and I think that'll most forward to was Dale I'm into victory lane and give me a hug. I think they'll get the win his first race of Texas in the spring of two thousand and they'll give you a bath that held from his dad and I knew that was coming and I okay. the gate in the victory lying thinking when they are going to get here when they're all coming and as time passed and we didn't sell it again get more learning like what's wrong bill here and we are not in decline really news they just make these been enacted in public getting checked out don't care center and. that's what I believe that's what I thought and I have a friend that race is not race that they've actually in the wreck with Dale and his name is Kenny Schrader. and Kenny came into victory lane and he grabbed me and he looked he looked sad you look like following which was crazy because I thought he'd be so happy for me and I looked at him and we joke around a lot I looked out of the giving back bad that I wanted people to five hundred is it. Mike as bad as what you now would you be prepared by. and he said there was not good. in the last fifty line and then you know I just I don't know what that meant but I didn't like what I heard and eventually are you know with with with told that they'll have a died in that crash on the last laugh speaking with Michael Waltrip one that two thousand one Daytona five hundred. consequential race in so many ways is we've already described the tragedy up to that point in your career you were thirty eight years old when you won that race you would never won a race as I said earlier more than four hundred attempts to do so you were kind of the quintessential NASCAR journeymen and many people do you mostly as Darrell's little brother. how did your relationship with Dale Earnhardt flourish one of the great figures in the sport obviously well I think that that's an interesting part of the story so when I moved to North Carolina I moved in with Richard Petty I was there a little brother like that but lived in Tennessee and and he didn't really help me get to North Carolina get in the NASCAR that. I think my brother's fall off the was on winning races I made your last name means something in this world figured out on your own that was that with their old attitudes and so that's what I was trying to do and that's what I did but doing it meant that getting in North Carolina. a couple of acquaintances I moved in with Richard Petty Richard Petty suggested that I go NASCAR race don't mess around with the little league okay. and that's what I did and then in doing so as being a NASCAR racer I think your heart appreciated the fact that you know is his big Big Brother didn't need to keep the family car you know a big brothers that figured out I did and in doing so I think they'll spot. I think they all thought that was pretty cool that I was able to work work it out and we became buddies and he always told me all throughout the years you get in my car but he don't win you're going to one of our cars. like all day on behalf of one of them. late two thousand he said a figure that out I want to drop the baby and this is the third of four months leading up to two thousand. follow the greatest career moments of my life just going to the shop and listening to Dale and talk. about how we were going to win races that was that was something I'll never forget and and I I I just couldn't wait not only to win but they don't but I wanted to lose hello all of blues away I don't have they'll say here's how we're going to win the next. and now I went I went one for one job for Dale and of course I got to get the doctor. Michael Waltrip about the new documentary based on his memoir in the blink of an eye we'll be back with more Michael Waltrip in a moment..

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"waltrip" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"waltrip" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"You're extremely good I we were talking about stuff fantasy racing your car was the first one picked on are pulling the trailer where we bet maybe a coca Cola let's say so would you pick you and how good is this race car if you had first pick yeah I mean the way things have been going for us certainly lately it's been really good I it's it's all week to week right I mean you're only as good as your last race in our last race we won in this one were about to start so I say I mean I think this seems really done a good job and then I felt pretty good with the car and just the other day in practice so yeah I mean seems good I mean this car is going to be built more so for the long run and it will be for the short run it just really depends on how this race all plays out but certainly we put ourselves in really good position over these last three to four months and a very special throwback scheme teller fans about that yeah we got the nineteen ninety two Darrell Waltrip race winning car here on the fed ex it fed ex Cameri so this is from his western auto car that he won in nineteen ninety two southern five hundred and I thought it was a great tribute when fed ex told me that I could but whatever I wanted on the car for the throwback weekend was right when Darryl announced he was retiring from TV so I thought it was a great great fix for me to be able to do that for him and in honor him and if you didn't see that it's white on the front silver orange and black going to the back and it's got the chrome numerals he carried the seventeen Denny Hamlin carrying the eleventh from the night starting position and one of the odds on favorites for tonight's Bojangles southern five hundred yes a post Winston we are very partial here at motor racing network we love all the throwbacks but we prefer this call the front thirty fourth but reed Sorenson the motor racing network fiftieth anniversary card read you've got a beautiful let's start here what's what's the game plan to go to your your your the scope of support for the where are you going to keep the keep it nice and pristine on the right side we're just happy to have them are in on the car like you said.

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"waltrip" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"waltrip" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Senator Chuck Schumer of New York wants to stem, the tide of fennel being shipped through the mail from places like China to the US by increasing detection at airports corresponded. Julie Walker has more on the story. The New York Democrat wants at least five million from the sixteen million dollars allocated to fight fence and all in the Trump administration's proposed budget to go to JFK airport for new high-tech hand-held, drug detection devices drug sniffing dogs and other countermeasures. We've gotta put a stamp returned to sender. When deadly offensive arrives at JFK. Humor says the fence and all being mailed from China is hidden in packages like boxes of shoes and other everyday items, but the newer devices can detect the drugs through those boxes Lee Walker New York news and analysis at townhall dot com. Darrell Waltrip set to take the checkered flag on his broadcasting career. Fox Sports analyst will retire. The end of the networks portion of the NASCAR scheduled following the June. Twenty third Ray sets and Oma raceway in California all trips one of nascar's story characters and one of the first to build a brand around his supersized personality, and he parlayed it into a lifetime. As one of the sport's strongest embassador Waltrip began his Fox Sports career with the two thousand one Daytona five hundred that is correspondent Rhonda rocks. The big three basketball league, we'll have a new television home for the upcoming season. While also remaining in the mix to acquire network of its own now the three on three league of former NBA players co founded by ice cube. We'll have it's games televised on CBS CBS sports network. Went in the season begins on June twenty second CBS CBS sports network will combine to show more than forty five hours of live coverage. More on these stories at townhall.

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"waltrip" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

10:59 min | 3 years ago

"waltrip" Discussed on WGN Radio

"FOX the one and only DWI himself. Darrell Waltrip, welcome WGN. Oh, man. Good to be on with you today. I hope you're inside where it's warm. Well, yes, no. We're by. Hey, we're Chicago. It's part of you know, we can handle a little bit cold doesn't hurt us. You know what? I mean. It's part of our branding, right people. We could take it. So I know the colder cyber was in my life was in Chicago. There's plenty to below freezing. So then you've experienced it, of course. And you've safely made a wise decision to move to Franklin Tennessee where it just doesn't get that cold. So I mean, it's not necessarily warm weather. It's not hot like Florida, but you're kind of in a temperate climate, right? It never gets too bad. Well, yes, people how many how many people do you know that have retired at boot north. Not too many that I know of so anything on the other side of the Ohio river, I try to avoid that. I try to stay on the south side of the Ohio river, it's a little little nicer down this way. Well, here's what's coming up. And I know that the race fan world, everyone is is so excited for for the Daytona five hundred coming up, and you think it yourself? Listen, saying, hey, you know, that's the seventeenth. That's a little ways away. But things are starting on Monday. With Ray Saab is starting and then there's a monster energy Cup series practice coming up on the ninth. I mean, so this is all geared up. You guys how long does it take from the end of last season for you guys before you start working on on the next Daytona five hundred. No, we as soon as homestay was over with an NBC finish it up there. Half of the year. We immediately get on the phone, and we start having conference calls we have conference calls periodically. But we just had one yesterday. You know, getting everybody on the phone and find out who's interested in what? And whom? Knows what. And where we're gonna go. We get the Daytona next week. A lot of planning and got a lot of video she shoot a lot of changes. So many changes this year that you don't want to you know, we don't want to inundate their fans with so many changes that they can't figure out what's going on. So kind of breaking it down organization organization and seeing what they've done with crew. Chiefs drivers sponsored or whatnot. So when we come on the air the biggest thing about we come on air next week. We're focused on the on the on the budget shootout on the Bush clash, and so and I'm not even sure I think that's the name of it this year. I I you can verify that. But anyway, that's our focus. There'll be cars. It'll be out on the track practicing getting ready to put that race in. So that's our focus for the first week. But we'll sprinkle a little, you know, a few tidbits in here, and there to get people kinda geared up for what they're gonna what what we'll be talking about as we get ready to run to the great American race on the seventeenth. Okay. So think about this. There's always silly season. People are moving around. I think I've done maybe two or three retirement interviews over the last month or so, but now on the broadcast side as as you guys are always kind of fine tuning things you've got yourself. But I don't think it gets any better from a resource and experience standpoint, of course, on the fun side. And you've got Jeff Gordon. I mean, one of the all time greats as well there with you. But you guys are adding some some extra people right into the whole. Jamie Marianna we talked with him. I I know Ricky craven just got added to the team. What does it add? When you have drivers that have that are able to come in and add sort of extra inside, I guess from different eras. It's it's people that that can kinda open your eyes to things that always like to call it the blonde obvious when you've done this. This'll be my nineteenth year of you know, bringing the booth calling the races the racism sales are they're pretty much fundamentally adopt agree, and you do a little rayson. You got some stage breaks in there. And so it's it's a little bit different than what I was what I did in my day. But when you bring people in like, Ricky craven or or Jamie McMurray are Regan Smith when you bring those people in. They were in the cars, recently, they can relate to things that are doing to the cars, the technology. That's being used important seven engineer, and and what a car chief does. And so they just give you insight. They just kinda bring you up to speed is about what's going on in the NASCAR world today. I try to take what I know. And and what these guys bring to the table and bridge what I did. And how we did it compare. To how they're doing it today. And and and try to give a fan it's an older fan. I like myself, you know, they wanna know how sport different. And so I'm constantly trying to tell the pain at home. Well, here's how we did it. But here's how they do it now. Whether it's better or worse, beauties beholder. So my role is to I'm somewhat of a historian. Yeah. And I I like to think that I'm a little bit wiser 'cause I'm a little bit older. Now kind of been there done that. And so I feel like even though sometimes I may not come across. I I try to be the stabilizing force. Most all these young people. I love that. You're like the aero package for the show. Right. You're the stable. That's right. That's right. Well. Change any one thing you change it a lot of things. So we just try to stay consistent. We always we try to entertain and inform. We try to be fun. We try to have fun with what we're doing others a time for that. Or is it time to be serious? But we try to be informative where Larry mcreynolds as incredible job. Breaking down the rules in the cars, and we've got great people in the pits. Jamie little you know, Yoko. Constantly just trying to educate the fan about the rule changes. Remember now, this is confusing. A lot of people Daytona the Daytona five hundred two rules will be exactly as they were last year. There is no rule change for Daytona. Now, the Ford guys will have their Mustang now have a new car, but the rules package that we ran at Daytona. And we ran at Talladega. Last year will be the same at Daytona this year. The new rules take affect the week after Daytona when we get to Atlanta. That's when all the arrow, ducks and different size folders and things of that nature will kick in. So you go to Daytona. You know, you kind of look at what happened there last year. What happened at Talladega? And try to draw some comparison between knows races of what we see this year. Well, okay. So the rules are going to be the same. But the race itself is a little bit. I mean, it's obviously differences big at the Super Bowl. We've got the football Super Bowl coming up tomorrow in Atlanta, but for NASCAR and for racing. The Daytona five hundred is the Super Bowl and of the eighty four Cup series wins that you had one of them was a Daytona five hundred championship. And so a little bit about it. I mean, it is and I have tended and covered it it is it's a spectacle. Right. It's one of those things where you will run into you know, presidents of the United States Rockstars movie. Stars you never know who you're going to bump into it the five hundred it's really I mean, it's an it's an event, right? And here's the deal. We always can we always say this is our Super Bowl, the quite honestly, I get kind of tired of hearing that you know, the NFL has the Super Bowl. This is the great American race this race, you know with the cars and the drivers and the crews and the teams and the sponsors. This is our biggest race of the year. This is our premier race. You win Daytona? You can almost make a career out of a win at Daytona. And so I always think about it when we look at Daytona and everybody show. Well, it's Super Bowl. No, it's not this is our premier race. It's the it's the great American race. It stands on its own. I know we have to compare it to the Kentucky Derby or the World Series, or whatever I know those are big events as well with the Daytona. It can stand on its own two feet. It's a big event. It's the first of the year. It's it's the best of the best. Everybody's fresh and ready to go. New cars, new sponsor, new everything. It's probably the most exciting time of the year to get to Daytona unveil all these new cars and paint jobs and sponsors and crew chief, and driver changes and get to show on the road. It's just an amazing event. And as you said, great entertainment in our pre ratios, you never know who's going to be down there on the what stars movie stars. You never know. What politician it's always who's of who they show up for the Daytona five hundred. Well, I'm with you on that's on that same page. That's just what they say. But I'm glad that you're kind of recognizing to in San. Let's buck the system. It is a great race. It is it is maybe the crown jewel of the racist. But it is one of many great racist throughout a very long season. Now, you got your Brickyard four hundred. That means a ton of the drivers you've got Bristol night race. You've got Talladega. You've got so many different races. And of course, that big finale that happens and homestead I don't know if it's fair, I think I agree with you DWI to say the Super Bowl, it feels like that. Hey, well, it's downhill from there, and it certainly isn't well back in the day. And when I say that it's not like a hundred years ago ten been that long ago, we we we referred to what we call the crown jewels, and that was Beethoven's Charlotte. And Dolly that was the big three. And and if you could win those three races of the season you had had an extraordinary season Winston came along and they do into Winston five hundred at Talladega. So there were four really premier events back in the day that we focused on but as time has gone by every track every week. They wanna have they the Daytona five hundred is a benchmark and then everybody else tries to approach and get close to that. Right. Benchmark with courageous golf term is the hauler parades cars doing burnouts in the middle of town. Everybody has a kind of a way of promoting their own events. But there's no way that you can rival the importance are how big the Daytona five hundred is it is the biggest race. We have it pays the most money. It pays the same points as Richmond would. But this is the race that you wanna win if you have one I don't care how many races be one. If you don't have Daytona five hundred trophy on your shell. You're always going to feel like you didn't have a complete career coming up as Joey Logano in the season ended on it. I mean, I think regardless of what's what's happening on the business side of racing in NASCAR. I feel like the last couple of years have been some of the most exciting racing and finishes that we've that we've had. There was some beat up before the stage racing where you know. It was a foregone conclusion who would win some people would love to go back. But I love the way that it's all kind of at the end and we've really lucked out and having really top drivers competing for. That championship at the end. So you got joy llegado who's always been great on the verbal side of talking about his prowess. Now, he's got the street credit? Well, how do you see it going for him of defending that championship this year and having his first season as a Cup series champ w ho hold that thought we're gonna take a quick break. And then we come back. We'll get your thoughts on Joey llegado also got to get your thoughts on on the Super Bowl party for the Waltrip family Super Bowl party. So stay tuned for that as well. A quick break. We'll be back. It's on the road with Dane seven twenty WGN..

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"waltrip" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"waltrip" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"The season was fast approaching and up until about a week ten days ago. You didn't really have a ride how close for you to going to whatever your plan b was going to be. Certainly close. We weren't really sure which direction things are going to go with with GM there by the at at that camp. You know? Fortunately, we were able to work it out in kind of a last minute situation. But you know, if it was playing be than we would have kept working on plan b and doing whatever we could to keep me in a race car throughout the year. But, you know, fortunately this worked out, and I honestly think it's going to be one of the best lessons I've ever been in my career not only for the tier, but hopefully for more years to come. We'll see and I'm just proud to work with everyone there, and hopefully go championship how strange or surreal does the whole silly season processing you now because you've been through this view times you were at Michael Waltrip racing win that whole thing blew up you were at red horse there for a while. And finally got into what appeared to be a good situation at Katori in that turns out to be stressful. And you guys are looking for looking for finances and you get to the end of the season. And even a championship is not necessarily good enough to keep you in your in your seat. How how insane is this whole process, man? It's crazy. Honestly, you know, like you mentioned. Been in this situation a few times, which is not a great thing. But I feel like with every time I've been in situations I've been able to learn and to grow from it. You know, ideally, I would not have to pay all these problems, but I have faith, and I've been fortunate enough how a lot of people macrey support me in the keep me diverted in the right direction when the adverse conditions come up, it inflated crazy out there right now on this super thankful that you know, those strategies are gone for the off season and time to get to work and prepare for the rates, please give us a little peak behind the scenes you win the championship. And then somewhere along the way you start talking to more Gallagher in the GM's, folks. And now you replacing a former champion you're a champion yourself. How did this come together for you? Yeah. I mean, honestly, lattes male. I said it was kind of in between the holidays, they're trained Christmas and new years that that we started talking with them. And you know, they were they were making a change on their end. And it just so happened that I think the right fit for them. And it's quite the honor to to even get that. Appreciate. From a team GM where they've been a staple in the truck series than in NASCAR for so long. Now, they're fully invested in sport. And you know, as a driver, that's what you wanted the team that's going to build behind you. And and they've expressed that they want to do and and moving forward, I think it discriminated great partnership between us all you're going to be in the twenty four Chevrolet rather than the twenty one. How did that number come about? Did you have a hand in picking that? And and who is your crew chief going to be Gary back through cheap. That's here which I'm really excited about never got for work directly weapons, but I've worked around him. That's like Walter day than a couple of other places stuff known him for a while looking forward actually working on a team within. But the number goes out of the GM decision was based off a couple of different things. But at the end of the day, the the twenty four retired in owner points in case, you know, any early season rainout tapping qualifying it's worth elite factor starting so I don't really put too much weight into what the number. On the side of the truck is wrong worked out there winning out. So I'm good with it. Now, you can't see the door anyway while you're driving it, right? Exactly. When when we get ready to get rolling this year. They're going to be a lot of changes. You'll be in ran new Silverado. None of the championship four will be back at least in the in the same spot..

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"waltrip" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"waltrip" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"The season was fast approaching and up until about a week ten days ago. You didn't really have a ride how close for you to going to whatever your plan b was going to be. Certainly close. We weren't really sure which direction things are going to go with with GM there by the at at that camp. You know? Fortunately, we were able to work it out in kind of a last minute situation. But you know, if it was playing be than we would have kept working on plan b and doing whatever we could to keep me in a race car throughout the year. But, you know, fortunately this worked out, and I honestly think it's going to be one of the best lessons I've ever been in my career not only for the tier, but hopefully for more years to come. We'll see and I'm just proud to work with everyone there, and hopefully go championship how strange or surreal does the whole silly season processing you now because you've been through this view times you were at Michael Waltrip racing win that whole thing blew up you were at red horse there for a while. And finally got into what appeared to be a good situation at Katori in that turns out to be stressful. And you guys are looking for looking for finances and you get to the end of the season. And even a championship is not necessarily good enough to keep you in your in your seat. How how insane is this whole process, man? It's crazy. Honestly, you know, like you mentioned. Been in this situation a few times, which is not a great thing. But I feel like with every time I've been in situations I've been able to learn and to grow from it. You know, ideally, I would not have to pay all these problems, but I have faith, and I've been fortunate enough how a lot of people macrey support me in the keep me diverted in the right direction when the adverse conditions come up, it inflated crazy out there right now on this super thankful that you know, those strategies are gone for the off season and time to get to work and prepare for the rates, please give us a little peak behind the scenes you win the championship. And then somewhere along the way you start talking to more Gallagher in the GM's, folks. And now you replacing a former champion you're a champion yourself. How did this come together for you? Yeah. I mean, honestly, lattes male. I said it was kind of in between the holidays, they're trained Christmas and new years that that we started talking with them. And you know, they were they were making a change on their end. And it just so happened that I think the right fit for them. And it's quite the honor to to even get that. Appreciate. From a team GM where they've been a staple in the truck series than in NASCAR for so long. Now, they're fully invested in sport. And you know, as a driver, that's what you wanted the team that's going to build behind you. And and they've expressed that they want to do and and moving forward, I think it discriminated great partnership between us all you're going to be in the twenty four Chevrolet rather than the twenty one. How did that number come about? Did you have a hand in picking that? And and who is your crew chief going to be Gary back through cheap. That's here which I'm really excited about never got for work directly weapons, but I've worked around him. That's like Walter day than a couple of other places stuff known him for a while looking forward actually working on a team within. But the number goes out of the GM decision was based off a couple of different things. But at the end of the day, the the twenty four retired in owner points in case, you know, any early season rainout tapping qualifying it's worth elite factor starting so I don't really put too much weight into what the number. On the side of the truck is wrong worked out there winning out. So I'm good with it. Now, you can't see the door anyway while you're driving it, right? Exactly. When when we get ready to get rolling this year. They're going to be a lot of changes. You'll be in ran new Silverado. None of the championship four will be back at least in the in the same spot..

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"waltrip" Discussed on Classic Races

Classic Races

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"waltrip" Discussed on Classic Races

"Now, I asked Jeff if there's a particular type of communication that he and his driver Darrell Waltrip goal through during a pitstop. One key word win. During the week here. Late Darryl is you don't Holloway. Oh, this sounds like go. So he practice you work. Stop driver. Don't stop. Well, then you know, you gotta have them all off with him. But that's you ever stop on the radio he is supposedly trained himself to where he just locks up. And there's something wrong, but having it can happen. Montaigne releasing. We had a good plot. One time Darryll Holland. Whoa. He's always go coming in. We had a hit of it can happen. It happens. Really? It really does also seen a paddle for the lead here. Barney something's happened. How pity he's off the pace. Let's go now to pit road came by. Ninety seven cylinders cars down flat by h time for petty is lost his cylinder. Dick down that with Senator. But he is far far off the pace in what he's running a little bit earlier that has allowed Allen Kalicki to slide by him and quickey is now the leader. And he may lose that second spot over and turn to outside of. Pay badly with coming off turn to dead even here on the back straightaway. That cylinder problem also good diagnosis because Kyle petty is getting through the corners as well as everybody else. But he's getting passed by everyone on the straightaways. He hold her delete in three. But then on the straightway Elliott goes right by I'm with Jerry Nelson. Jerry, what happens we're not sure really slow down probably want to. Maybe they should problem. We're not Jerry about we can't stop killer. We're going to right track. Hope our caution. Hey, we're gonna can't work on it. But we'll see how it goes. Now. Derek COPA slowing on the back straightaway as well the purolator filters machine for Derek co who has twice winner this year that a tone of five hundred and the Budweiser five hundred over he slows markedly on the back straightaway. He'll be coming out of the attention of buddy Parrott in the crew here on the main street away. So when it happens it happens in a hurry at Rockingham. Jared cope has taken his car to the garage area quickly. Let's get his and find out what happened there, you're the garage area. What happened? Got into something that Dr to lay down, and I don't know exactly what it is. But just lay down, and we would go to try and fate. Unfortunately, you know, we got after but the call we got to tighten up last heard. But it was a pretty good day. Derek Koby out of the AC Delco five. Two hundred seventy six laps around the Boyd four hundred and ninety to make up the total distance this afternoon and the Delco five hundred if you're just joining us Kyle petty had been the dominant car all afternoon long. But here over the last ten or twelve minutes he is developed an apparent engine problem. That has relegated him now down to fifth spot with Alam Kubicki. The race leader. Harry Gant is second Bill Elliott third Ken Schrader fourth then Kyle petty and fifth off the attrition list. Your Derek cope tell us moments ago, he is gone with engine failure, Mike Skinner. Now also goes behind the wall with the same problems that we have lost eight cars this afternoon. And every one of them goes out with engine failure. See Jim Phillips down in the Garrett pit standing near Waddell Wilson who is one of the premier engine builders on the circuit is this something unusual Jim.

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"waltrip" Discussed on Classic Races

Classic Races

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"waltrip" Discussed on Classic Races

"Grand nationals at three o'clock the late model stock cars at two o'clock on Friday show. That's what's taking place at martinsville next week. And we're just a half lap away from going back to green therefore. Coming up for the restarted fun of Alan Westwick lights are out atop the Pontiac grand prix safety car. Elbow Langley takes a hard left. Turn at the end of the backstretch pit area. He'll back that car in behind the safety wall into the end of the back straightaway. Darrell Waltrip who got gas only on his pit stop on the back straightaway. Because of the new blend in rule is the first car on the racetrack. He'll lead turnover for for the restart. It was a good move for Darrell Waltrip and also a good move for Dave, Marcus. I it never ceases to amaze me that day Marcus will stay out there particularly thinks it's going to be a long caution when everybody else's pitted lead lap and get five bonus points for leading up. We're under green Dera Walter takes off. And boy does he ever take off? He pulled away from Kenny Schrader by about four Carling's before they hit turn one out to Chevrolets up in Walter bench. Schrader followed by Ford of even the Dany Ellison down to the inside the lap car Jimmy bound being bypassed by the leaders. Now. Schrader Wicky Kyle petty all clearing the Pontiac. Darrell Waltrip, meanwhile, has a four car lake lead. Now is go off of four. Here's shredder now closing into within a car length and a half of the race leader further. Back. Many teams sorting themselves out through traffic. Walter leads. The thirty six lap across the stripe back at a turn one treaters their challenging the Davey. Allison goes to the outside of the track to challenge. Pile Betty hill slip back many advances and Ricky Rudd pulls alongside while at the front of the pack Reiter drops the Kodiak Chevrolet doubt of the inside of Darrell Waltrip tide Chevrolet Waltrip goes way up the racetrack Schrader goes by underneath. That's the opening. He was looking for. He's got Kenny Schrader goes back to the front of the pack. Waltrip? Meanwhile, get squeezed out now, Alan Tilleke, dive leonardy him, and they're only lose more than that one spot narrows fine to get back in line. But it can't he goes way up the banking. He will lose a spot petty advantage. Charlie Baker car pulls to the bottom of the racetrack. After what looks like a lot of smoke out of the engine of the car. Meanwhile, the battle will be back for about the fifth and sixth position Geoff Bodine will get that spot. Now, he'll try and go with Ricky Rudd under Darrell Waltrip we remain under green despite that plume of smoke from Charlie baker's car. He's going to the back pit area has the lead cars. Go back at a turn number one. Greater Liege as Waltrip again. Five's the banking. He'll lose more spots. Third. Ken Schrader continues to lead the Delco five hundred forty one laps in the books. Thirty nine of the forty starters are still on the race track. The one man who is not is with Winston Kellie jolly, beggar you, you're behind the wall went the problem. Come let go into motor powered working pretty good catnapping pursing blowing trying to court for a little bit. And I don't know. I just water. Kempter's spagnuolo pressure was good and going down there. Just went bang and filled with smoke and always doing Charlie Baker the first out of the rice haleiwa had a chance to talk with Jeff Hammond on the tide Chevrolet crew. And they said they were just going to roll the dice and see how it worked hitting here on the back straight away. Not getting any tires. They were in and out so fast. They were out before we did our spot back here. Didn't even see him come in. And get the fact that they were already back on the racetrack. They just wanted to see how they could win back in relation to the other car to buyers. A bit of early strategy move on Jim Hammond part. Well, our statistician here in score in the booth. Martha has been following that Darryl was leading on the restart on lap. Thirty three on lap forty four which we are. Now eleven laps later. He is running fifteen. So it may be a gamble. That is backfiring on the type team tires. Make a big difference here at the North Carolina Motor Speedway. Forty four laps are in the book right now at the photo pack..

Chevrolet Waltrip Kenny Schrader Charlie Baker Darrell Waltrip Schrader Wicky Kyle Elbow Langley Ricky Rudd Walter bench Jeff Hammond Alan Tilleke Alan Westwick North Carolina Motor Speedway Dera Walter Geoff Bodine Pontiac Marcus Liege Jim Hammond Darryl Dany Ellison