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“The goal of Michael Waltrip Racing is to be a championship-level organization both on and off the track. The on-track incident which occurred during Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Phoenix International Raceway was extremely disappointing and brought raw emotions of a long and hard championship battle to the surface. Though we generally cannot control certain actions on the track, the unfortunate reactions off the track Sunday did not live up to the professional standards in which Michael Waltrip Racing expects all of its representatives to live by. We commit to our sponsors, our manufacturer, our fans and NASCAR that we will do so in the future.”
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CLINT BOWYER, No. 15 5-hour ENERGY Toyota Camry, Michael Waltrip Racing Finishing Position: 28th
What happened between you and Jeff Gordon?
"I mean the racing -- it's just a shame. The last person in the world you want to get into anything with is Jeff Gordon on the race track. I mean, you're down there racing, the track's extremely slick, we're all on...
Clint Bowyer's Michael Waltrip Racing crew went on the offensive Sunday afternoon after an on-track clash between their driver and Jeff Gordon. The crew members erupted into a brawl in the Phoenix International Raceway garage area with members of Gordon's team.
Monday afternoon, Michael Waltrip Racing issued a statement concerning the actions of Bowyer's team.
Martin Truex, Jr. put his NAPA Auto Parts Toyota on the front row for Sunday’s AdvoCare 500 from the Phoenix International Raceway. He led the Michael Waltrip Racing banner with that run, behind him will be teammate Mark Martin starting in the 10th position. Clint Bowyer will start Sunday from the 16th position. Below is post-qualifying reaction from all of MWR’s drivers.
Michael Waltrip Racing released the following statement, regarding Sunday’s altercation between Clint Bowyer’s crew and Jeff Gordon at the AdvoCare 500 at Phoenix International Raceway. “The goal of Michael Waltrip Racing is to be a [...]
Ty Norris, Michael Waltrip Racing’s executive vice-president of business development and general manager, has seen the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series organization transform from one that struggled to make races in 2007 to championship contention in 2012. Although mathematically eliminated from the title hunt, Norris notes MWR has a lot to race for in Sunday’s season finale in Homestead...
No. 55 Aaron’s Dream Machine driver Mark Martin enters Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway looking for the No. 55 team’s first victory of the season. Although it hasn’t visited victory lane, a closer look at the No. 55’s performance in 2012 show it as one of the best teams on the circuit. Drivers Mark Martin, Brian Vickers and Michael Waltrip...