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American TV sports announcer and who currently serves as the lap-by-lap voice of Fox Sports' coverage of NASCAR. Wikipedia

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  • Larry McReynolds

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  • This has been dubbed by Fox Sports announcer Mike Joy as "Busch Whacking", and many underfunded (or one-car) teams have failed to qualify for these races because of this.2006 NASCAR Busch Series-Wikipedia
  • Earnhardt promptly flipped Busch the bird at 185 mph or as described by lap-by-lap commentator Mike Joy in the Fox Sports booth, he simply was telling him "Kurt, you're number one."Kurt Busch-Wikipedia
  • In May 2015, FOX announced that Jeff Gordon would join him and Mike Joy starting in 2016, replacing their long-time broadcast partner Larry McReynolds.Darrell Waltrip-Wikipedia
  • Waltrip, along with fellow commentators Mike Joy and Jeff Gordon, made a cameo appearance as themselves in the 2017 heist comedy film Logan Lucky.Darrell Waltrip-Wikipedia
  • His post-race interview with CBS pit reporter Mike Joy, became famous, with Waltrip shouting "I won the Daytona 500! I won the Daytona 500! Wait, this is the Daytona 500 ain't it? ...Thank God!", accompanied by the "Ickey Shuffle" dance in Victory Lane.Darrell Waltrip-Wikipedia
  • Earnhardt promptly flipped Busch the bird at 185 mph or, as described by lap-by-lap commentator Mike Joy, he simply was saying "Kurt, you're number 1".2001 Daytona 500-Wikipedia

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