When you add their age together, it doesn't equal what I amBrian Vickers wins Busch Series race Aug 30, 2003
You just don't know what Daytona means unless you have risked your life pursuing your dreams hereIn Sports from United Press International Feb 17, 2003
You just don't know what Daytona means unless you have risked your life pursuing your dreams hereWaltrip wins rain-shortened Daytona 500 Feb 16, 2003
You're in the car surrounded by other cars in front of you, beside you and behind youDaytona 500 set for Sunday Feb 15, 2003
I thought we were better than Jeff early and I got a bad set of tires and that threw me offJeff Burton wins Busch race Oct 12, 2002
1981 Kentucky Motor Speedway Mini-Modified Division Champion
1983 NASCAR Dash Series champion
Michael Curtis Waltrip (born April 30, 1963) is a semi-former professional race car driver and co owner of Michael Waltrip Racing. He is the younger brother of Darrell Waltrip, a three-time NASCAR champion, who is now retired, but makes occasional appearances at various races as an announcer. Waltrip is the winner of the 2001 Daytona 500 and the 2003 Daytona 500; he currently drives the #15 NAPA Toyota Camry. He is also a commentator for SPEED TV's coverage of the Camping World Truck Series and is an analyst on the Showtime series Inside NASCAR, along with Chris Myers, Brad Daugherty and Randy Pemberton.