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Sentences forDarrell Waltrip
- Benny Parsons drove the first eleven races of the season, with the car renumbered 35; Darrell Waltrip was hired to drive Hendrick's third car at this time.
- Additionally, driver Darrell Waltrip wrote he told Hendrick during the season that Gordon had "hit everything but the pace car that year."
- Legendary driver and NASCAR announcer Darrell Waltrip called it "The most touching thing I have ever seen."
- When a caution came out with 15 laps to go, leader Terry Labonte got hit from behind by the lapped car of Darrell Waltrip.
- As a tribute to retiring star Darrell Waltrip, the entire Turn 3 and 4 sections were renamed in his honor in 2000, including a section of seats in Turn 4 near the start-finish line marked as alcohol free.
- Kmart sponsored three-time champion Darrell Waltrip in 1999 and 2000, his last two full-time seasons.
- For 1991, the team received sponsorship from Tide as part of the car's merger with Darrell Waltrip's old team.
- Sacks attempted two races (1 DNQ) in the No. 46, twelve in the No. 18 with sponsorship from Ultra Slim Fast, and three in the No. 17 as a substitute for Darrell Waltrip.
- When he was 12 he phoned his older brother Darrell Waltrip, who was out racing in the 1978 Daytona 500 and asked Darrell to help him build a career in NASCAR.
- Officially, Allison has won 84 Cup Series races, placing him in fourth place on the all-time wins list, tied with Darrell Waltrip.
- The 1979 running was shortened by rain and won by Darrell Waltrip.
- During the course of his career, Bobby Allison accumulated 84 credited victories and 2 uncredited victories making him third all-time, tied with Darrell Waltrip.
- He tied Darrell Waltrip's record.
- It is also the site of Darrell Waltrip's final career victory (1992).
- Wallace also won The Winston in a controversial fashion, by spinning out Darrell Waltrip on the last lap.
- Petty held off Darrell Waltrip and A. J. Foyt.
- Darrell Waltrip took place to design part of the racetrack.
- He is the younger brother of three-time NASCAR champion and racing commentator Darrell Waltrip.
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