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Today, Michael Waltrip works as a commentator and has published books, but he’s also one of NASCAR’s most esteemed drivers. He won the Daytona 500 twice and still occasionally races the No. 55 Toyota Camry from time to time. Greatness on the track runs in the family: Michael is the younger brother of Darrell Waltrip, a three-time NASCAR champion.
Driving the No. 16 Roush Fenway Racing Ford Fusion is Greg Biffle, one of the richest NASCAR drivers in the game. He has won many championships and awards, and also earned the title of “Most Popular Driver” during the 2002 NASCAR Busch Series. Part of his wealth came from being behind the wheel, but Biffle is also co-owner of Willamette Speedway and Sunset Speedway.
Carl Edwards drives the No. 19 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota Camry. His first championship win was the 2007 Busch Series, and his most recent was the Southern 500 at Bojangles in 2015. Every time Edwards wins a race, fans expect him to do a back flip with his car, something he started doing in his first win by accident. .
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Across the purse split, the winner, on average, takes home $47,500 per race while the loser earns about $8,500. Kyle Busch became NASCAR’s highest-paid driver when he won the 2019 Cup Series.
Danica Patrick details new relationship with boyfriend carter comstock. Some of Danica Patrick’s favorite times with boyfriend Carter Comstock are on the couch. The former NASCAR driver, who split from Aaron Rodgers in July, said she and her new boyfriend never run out of things to say to each other.
How much is Dale Earnhardt Jr. worth? Dale Earnhardt, Jr. net worth: Dale Earnhardt, Jr. is an American semi-retired NASCAR driver and media personality who has a net worth of $300 million.
Melissa Harville-Lebron is the first African-American woman to own a NASCAR racing team, which happens to be the first multicultural team in the sport. Kyle Larson his wife Katelyn Sweet has given birth to the couple’s two children.
Gonzalez made his NASCAR debut in 2009, for the Nationwide Series Gilles Villeneuve Circuit race aboard the No. 05 Ford for Day Enterprises. He became the first driver from Puerto Rico to compete in a NASCAR Nationwide Series event; he finished 14th in his debut.
In April 2013, it was announced that González would make his NASCAR Cup Series debut, driving the No. 36 Chevrolet for Tommy Baldwin Racing in races at Sonoma Raceway and Watkins Glen International. However, he managed to finish 37th and 41st respectively in those races.
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Joey Logano has won three major NASCAR events and is included in our Top 10 NASCAR Drivers of the 21st Century Index. In addition, he is also one of the highest paid race car drivers of 21.
He won the Sprint Cup Series at New Hampshire on June 28, 2009, won the Xfinity Series title at Kentucky on June 14, 2008 and also won the inaugural Camping World Truck Series at Martinsville on March 1, 28.
Joey Logano became the Busch East Series champion in 2007 and became the recent winner of the Daytona 500 Miles in 2015. He is the youngest Xfinity Series winner at the age of 18 and 21 days.
He won the Sprint Cup Series at Daytona on July 6, 2014, won the Xfinity Series title at Milwaukee on June 23, 2007 and also won the 1st Camping World Truck Series at Dover on May 15, 2010.
He won the Sprint Cup Series at Talladega on April 26, 2009, won the Xfinity Series title at Nashville SS on June 7, 2008 and also won the 1st Camping World Truck Series at Bristol on August 1, 21.