Dale Earnhardt Jr. and DEI teammate Martin Truex Jr. appeared to be on the way to strong finishes at Chicagoland. Then misfortune struck, writes Rupen Fofaria.
Even though he's a lame duck and in the midst of a tough stretch, Michael Waltrip still believes '05 could be something special.
Although he never contended for a title, Michael Waltrip proved with DEI that he can excel if given a fair shake.
Who will be money at Talladega? The safest bets are still with DEI and Hendrick teams.
Dale Junior isn't having his usual fun this season. But he isn't ready to concede anything just yet.
John Andretti will be on stand-by, but Dale Earnhardt Jr. wants to race all 500 miles at Pocono.
DEI owns restrictor plate racing. While time and resources are primary reasons why, that's not all.
It wasn't Daytona or Talladega, but the DEI duo got the job done at Phoenix on Sunday.
Despite Talladega looming, the Dale Earnhardt Inc. stable is by no means looking past Texas.
Jeff Gordon's popularity and prominence would benefit from having an on-track rival, writes Rupen Fofaria.
Check out the lastest RPM off-season Winston Cup driver spotlight on Michael Waltrip.
Michael Waltrip is looking to run better on tracks other than just the superspeedways.
With four top 10s and two top fives, Michael Waltrip might just have things headed in the right direction.