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If you want to see lightning and courage together watch Darrell Waltrip race a Nascar car Darrell Waltrip was born on February 5 1947 in Owensboro Kentucky he is married to Stevie and they have 2 daughters 8 and 12 Darrell started racing in Winston Cup in 1972 He has been though many rough times during his career Nascar has become the most watched spectator sport in America and Darrell is one of the fans favorites When Darrell started racing he was not a popular driver because of his aggressive driving style but as time as gone by he has won the hearts of millions of race fans for his humor his loyalty and his ability to make bad situations good His talents have been recognized by some of the greatest minds in the sport throughout his career Darrell is the only driver who can say he has raced against the biggest names in all of Nascar- Petty Pearson Allison Yarborough Earnhardt Elliot and GordonDarrell has won the Winston Cup National Title three times in 1981 1982 and 1985 His first win came in 1975 in his 50th start Darrell is also the first 3 time winner of the American Driver of the Year and the only 5 time winner of the Coca-Cola 600 In 1981 Darrell won a modern-era racing record of eight races from the pole and tied the all-time record of four straight poles Darrells most memorable race was the 1989 Daytona 500 which he celebrated with a shuffling two-step dance that has gone down is Nascar history and is still played on highlight films on all networks Darrell won the Most Popular Driver of the Year twice in 1989 and 1990 He won Driver of the Decade for the 1980s During the 1980s he only finished out of the top five in the Winston Cup standings once In the years from 1975-1989 he always finished in the top
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