NASCAR TV ANNOUNCER TO RETIRE SOON

Image result for darrell waltrip fox sports salary
Mike Joy (left), Darrell Waltrip and Jeff Gordon.

(Fox News) – Fox Sports NASCAR analyst Darrell Waltrip has announced that
he will retire at the end of the network’s broadcast season.

Waltrip was a member of the Fox Sports NASCAR team when it first went on
the air in 2001, when he helped call the
Daytona 500 that was won by his
brother Michael, but is mostly remembered for the last-lap accident that
took the life of Dale Earnhardt.

Fox Sports CEO & executive producer Eric Shanks said “Darrell has been
the heart and soul of the Fox NASCAR booth since day one, so it’s incredibly bittersweet to know this is his final season.”

Waltrip, a 3-time series champion, said he has been talking about the decision
with his family for several months.


Related image
Darrell Waltrip (far right) with #17 Tide Chevrolet Monte Carlo & Race Team along with transporter.

Image result for darrell waltrip fox sports salary

posted by Bob Karm in Automobiles,HISTORY,Motor sports,NASCAR,News release,Race car driver,Retirement,SPORTS,THEN AND NOW,TV and have No Comments

Place your comment

Please fill your data and comment below.
Name
Email
Website
Your comment

*