Darrell uses the catch phrase "Boogity! Boogity! Boogity! Let's go racing!"
Darrell said his best victory was the Daytona 500.
Darrell started in the Nascar Winston Cup Series in 1972.
Darrell first started racing at Kentucky Motor Speedway.
Darrell broadcasted the 2008 Daytona 500.
His height is 6"1 and weighs 190 pounds.
He has 276 Top 5's.
He has a wife and two children.
He is tied with Bobby Allison for 3rd most all-time wins. (84)
His last car that he raced was the Route 66 #66 car.
Waltrip's nicknames are D-W and D-Dubya.
In 1998, he was named one of Nascar's 50 Greatest Drivers.
The years he won the Nascar Winston Cup Championship were 1981, 1982, and 1985.
At one point, Darrell Waltrip and Jeff Hammond had their own team called DarWal Inc.
While practicing for his 500th start, the Pepsi 400, Darrell crashed and suffered two broken arms, one broken leg, and a concussion.
In 1989 and 1990, Waltrip was named "Most Popular Driver" by the fans.
He has raced in 809 races in 29 years.
His last race was the 2000 NAPA 500 at Atlanta. His last win was the 1992 Mountain Dew Southern 500 at Darlington.
His first ever race was 1972 Winston 500 at Talladega. His first win was 1975 Music City USA 420 at Nashville.
His was given the nickname "Jaws" by Cale Yarborough, who was a man Waltrip competed against.
His crew chief was Jeff Hammond; Jeff is now a commentator on Nascar as well as Darrell.
Darrell announced his retirement in 2000.
Darrell created his own Craftsman Truck Series team in 1995.
Darrell's first race he broadcasted was the 2001 Daytona 500.
Darrell is a commentator on FOX during the Nascar season.
Darrell has a total of 84 wins, 390 top tens, and 59 poles.
His brother, Michael Waltrip, is also a Nascar driver.
He was #17.
He drove a Chevrolet.
He main sponsor was Parts America.
He had 29 years in cup racing.
He has over $19 million career earnings.
He had 84 cup wins.
Darrell Waltrip: (when he won the Daytona 500) I won the Daytona 500! I won the Daytona 500! This is the Daytona 500? I ain't dreamin' am I?