Michael Waltrip Net Worth

What Is Michael Waltrip Worth?

Michael Waltrip's Net Worth is $35 Million

1986-1990

In 1986, driving the No. 23 Kool-Aid-supported auto for Bahari Racing, Waltrip completed second in the Rookie of the Year standings to Alan Kulwicki on the quality of a couple of eleventh places completes at Martinsville and Pocono. The accompanying season, he posted his initial vocation Top 10 complete when he wound up a tenth in Martinsville’s spring race. In 1988, Waltrip started running Busch Series occasions, making 5 begins for his sibling’s group. He took the checkered banner surprisingly at Dover in his fourth begin. In 1989, he had his initially top-five complete in the No. 30 Country Time Lemonade/Kool Aid-supported Pontiac.

1991-2000

In 1991, he increased new sponsorship from Pennzoil and won the Winston Open, and also his initial two vocation shaft positions. He verged on winning the 1991 TranSouth 500 with the group yet had an episode that put him out of the running. He remained with the Bahari group until the finish of 1995, when he was supplanted by the new kid on the block Johnny Benson.

2001-2005

Waltrip was procured by Dale Earnhardt to drive his group’s new #15 NAPA Auto Parts-supported Chevrolet Monte Carlo section, Waltrip drove for Earnhardt in the Busch Series in 1989 and 1994. In his initial race with the group, the 2001 Daytona 500, Waltrip broke his dash of 462 successive Cup races without a triumph and won his initial profession focuses paying Cup race.

2006

On January 20, 2006, Michael Waltrip and Doug Bawel, who claimed Penske Racing’s #77 auto in 2005, declared the framing of Waltrip-Jasper Racing. Bill Davis Racing handled the No. 55 NAPA Auto Parts Dodge in the 2006 Nextel Cup Series, driven by Waltrip, with Bawel as recorded proprietor.

2007

Waltrip moved his Busch Series group, Michael Waltrip Racing, to the Cup Series full-time for the 2007 season.

2008

In 2008, Michael Waltrip Racing experienced a change following the frustrating 2007 battle. Waltrip invited entrepreneur Robert Kaufmann, proprietor/author of the Fortress Investment Group and was influenced an equivalent accomplice and inspired more to help with land engineer Johnny Harris getting tied up with the group amid the 2007 off-season.

2009

Waltrip entered two full-time autos for 2009 David Reutimann #00, Waltrip #55. In mid-2009, Waltrip declared that he would share the No. 99 NNS Aaron’s fantasy machine with David Reutimann and Scott Speed amid the season.

2010

In 2010, Waltrip declared that he would just race at the Daytona 500 unless more sponsorship was discovered; Waltrip drove the #51 for the 2010 Daytona 500.

2015

Waltrip came back to driving for his own particular group, steering the #55 at both Daytona and Talladega in the spring. Waltrip skirted the mid-year Daytona race, yet returned at Talladega in the fall, running a third MWR passage subsequent to renting the proprietor focuses from the #98 of Premium Motorsports.

2016

On February 4, Waltrip declared he would come back to the Daytona 500, driving the No. 83 Camry for BK Racing.

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Michael Waltrip Biography

Michael Curtis Waltrip conceived April 30, 1963, in Owensboro, Kentucky. He is an American previous stock auto dashing driver, hustling observer, and distributed creator.

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