Darrell Waltrip is a big p#ssy!!!

brett1963

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Cale added to Bristol's Saturday Night Special race; DW withdraws - TV on ESPN2: Cale Yarborough, one of the most successful drivers in the history of Bristol Motor Speedway, has been added to the lineup of stars for the Scotts “Saturday Night Special†at Bristol Motor Speedway, March 21. Darrell Waltrip, Bristol’s all-time winner with 12, has had to pull out of the race because of a scheduling issue that has arisen. “It seems crazy, but I am busier now than I was when I was a driver,†Waltrip said. “I have some commitments to Fox Sports that have come up since we began talking with the folks at Bristol about this race. I was looking forward to getting out there with some of those guys again; and some of them for the first time. After years with Junior Johnson as my boss, I was excited about rubbing fenders with him. But, sometimes things are unavoidable.â€
A $100,000 purse to be paid to the charity of choice by each driver will be up for grabs. Competing in late model stock cars, $25,000 will be donated to the charity of choice of the winning team as well as taking home that big Bristol trophy. The second-place team will have $10,000 given to the charity of its choice and $5,000 will go to the designated charity of the other entrants. Other drivers expected to compete are Harry Gant, David Green, Jack Ingram, Junior Johnson, Terry Labonte, Sterling Marlin, L.D. Ottinger, Phil Parsons, David Pearson, Jimmy Spencer and Rusty Wallace. The Saturday Night Special will take place after the completion of the Scotts Turf Builder 300 Nationwide Series race and will be followed by a 100-lap UARA late model event. Tickets, which include all three races, start at $45 and are available by calling the BMS ticket office at 423-989-6900 or by visiting bristoltix.com. TV NOTE: the race is scheduled to air on ESPN2 from 6-7pm/et on March 21,2009 and ONE re-air on ESPN Classic on March 22nd at 10:00am/et.(BMS PR)(3-10-2009)


"too busy" MY ASS!
He either
1) IS being told by Fox not participate because of the coverage by ESPN or...
2) IS DW too too chickensh#t to race against the likes of Mr. Excitement, Rusty, Sterlin and the rest.

Calling you out Mr. Waltrip! :loser:
 

dpkimmel2001

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Cale added to Bristol's Saturday Night Special race; DW withdraws - TV on ESPN2: Cale Yarborough, one of the most successful drivers in the history of Bristol Motor Speedway, has been added to the lineup of stars for the Scotts “Saturday Night Special†at Bristol Motor Speedway, March 21. Darrell Waltrip, Bristol’s all-time winner with 12, has had to pull out of the race because of a scheduling issue that has arisen. “It seems crazy, but I am busier now than I was when I was a driver,†Waltrip said. “I have some commitments to Fox Sports that have come up since we began talking with the folks at Bristol about this race. I was looking forward to getting out there with some of those guys again; and some of them for the first time. After years with Junior Johnson as my boss, I was excited about rubbing fenders with him. But, sometimes things are unavoidable.â€
A $100,000 purse to be paid to the charity of choice by each driver will be up for grabs. Competing in late model stock cars, $25,000 will be donated to the charity of choice of the winning team as well as taking home that big Bristol trophy. The second-place team will have $10,000 given to the charity of its choice and $5,000 will go to the designated charity of the other entrants. Other drivers expected to compete are Harry Gant, David Green, Jack Ingram, Junior Johnson, Terry Labonte, Sterling Marlin, L.D. Ottinger, Phil Parsons, David Pearson, Jimmy Spencer and Rusty Wallace. The Saturday Night Special will take place after the completion of the Scotts Turf Builder 300 Nationwide Series race and will be followed by a 100-lap UARA late model event. Tickets, which include all three races, start at $45 and are available by calling the BMS ticket office at 423-989-6900 or by visiting bristoltix.com. TV NOTE: the race is scheduled to air on ESPN2 from 6-7pm/et on March 21,2009 and ONE re-air on ESPN Classic on March 22nd at 10:00am/et.(BMS PR)(3-10-2009)


"too busy" MY ASS!
He either
1) IS being told by Fox not participate because of the coverage by ESPN or...
2) IS DW too too chickensh#t to race against the likes of Mr. Excitement, Rusty, Sterlin and the rest.

Calling you out Mr. Waltrip! :loser:

If he is being told by FOX not to participate, he is under contract with them.

What would make you think that he would be afraid to race against anyone? :confused:
 

mghtx

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I don't see why DW is lying. I could be wrong.

I would like to see Harry Gant out there running again though. Miss that guy.
 

brett1963

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lol...I could be wrong, way wrong. :)

I'm really looking forward to seeing the race when I'm down there. Just
giving ol DW a hard time. I want to see him out there. ;)
 

yippeekyaa

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I can see Uranus from here
My first thought is "meh" who cares. It's a celebrity showcase race. Sure some big names behind the wheel that havn't been seen driving on track in a long time. But i'm not going to get worked up about 1 big name dropping out for whatever reasons.
 

Waltripfan

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As you can tell by my name I am a Waltrip Fan. First Darrell and now Michael. I am on Darrell's blog mailing list via DWStore.com.

In his last "update" followed by his shilling to sell products, he notified all that he was not going to be able to so the Bristol event.

He said he felt bad because he had plans to go and had made committments. He said on that post that FOX had some real issues with him doing it. He did not elaborate, but said that FOX had some concerns so he was going to have to back out.

I think he felt obligated to "officially" step aside because he was too "busy" as opposed to throwing FOX under the bus.

Just my $0.02