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Darrell Waltrip’s five most memorable calls from the booth

After the announcement of Darrell Waltrip's retirement, my mind flashed back to some of my favorite memories of his best calls.

The View from my Recliner — Just before the Brickyard

Five predictions going forward: 1) Tony Stewart wins the Brickyard 400 to solidify his spot in the Chase and add to his final season. 2) Dale Earnhardt Jr. will not make the Chase and because of that, he might not run for an extended period of time.

The View from my Recliner

Since they dropped the racing from 500 miles to 400 miles at Pocono, it has drastically improved. I can't explain why, but eliminating those extra 100 miles changed the way the drivers attack the track.

The View From My Recliner – Easter Break

I became a racing fan because it was one of the few things my Dad and I had in common. I have been watching racing since the early 70s. It is an honor to be one of the newest writers at Speedwaymedia.com.

The Final Word – NASCAR is back, but how many of the fans have also returned?

The return of NASCAR for 2016 was a smashing success. I mean, if smashing cars was the intent, they could not have done better. By the time the Sprint Unlimited, which is actually limited to 25 drivers, came to a conclusion, someone had tallied up that an estimated $2.5-million in damages had been racked up.

Gordon Joining FOX NASCAR Coverage in 2016

Thursday evening, FOX Sports announced that Gordon will join its NASCAR broadcast team full-time in 2016 as a race analyst for the network’s 16th year of Sprint Cup Series coverage. He will team with play-by-play announcer Mike Joy and analyst Darrell Waltrip in the booth.

The Final Word – Harvick Once Again the Best in Phoenix but Fontana is Johnson Country

Kevin Harvick was the star of this show, with the likes of Joey Logano, Brad Keselowski, Kurt Busch and Jamie McMurray in supporting roles. Two straight this season, four straight at Phoenix, a lock on a Chase spot (you would think) and 30 career victories as he defends his Cup championship. It is good being Kevin Harvick.

The Final Word – What I want from the 2015 NASCAR season

A new season, new hopes, new drivers, old drivers with new teams, and a whole lot of things I want to see come out of 2015.

What the Sprint Unlimited Taught Us

The 2014 Sprint Unlimited is in the books and we can put this one under the "odd" category....but I'm sure the ominous full moon...

Surprising and Not Surprising: Coca Cola 600

With the focus on America’s military, past, present and those who paid the ultimate sacrifice for freedom, here is what was surprising and not surprising from the Memorial Day running of the Coca Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

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