Owner Michael Waltrip and others in the NASCAR garage hope to bring attention to the needs of those affected by the Oklahoma tornadoes at the Coca-Cola 600 this weekend.
Veteran Mark Martin will drive the No. 11 Joe Gibbs Racing Sprint Cup car while Denny Hamlin recovers from a back injury, the team announced on Thursday.
Brian Vickers will continue to share the No. 55 Toyota with Mark Martin and team owner Michael Waltrip in 2013 with the hope it leads to a full-time Sprint Cup ride in 2014.
What gives with Michael Waltrip Racing? Did Danica get dumped? Who surprised at Sonoma? What can we expect at Kentucky? Our NASCAR experts break it down.
Toyota won on two fronts Sunday at Kansas Speedway. And Denny Hamlin and Martin Truex Jr. finishing 1-2 likely wasn't the biggest victory.
Danica Patrick's first qualifying run in a Cup car didn't carry much historical significance. But the fact she outran Michael Waltrip, Kurt Busch and Denny Hamlin was an achievement in itself.
NASCAR mandated the four-car-per-team rule for a good reason; protecting smaller teams. But there are unintended consequences, and it could affect some big names.
NASCAR has confiscated the front windshields from Michael Waltrip Racing's two cars and a third car affiliated with the race team.
Clint Bowyer was in a strange predicament a couple months ago.
Michael Waltrip will drive a primarily black No. 15 Toyota in the Daytona 500, the same number he drove to his victory in the 2001 race marred by the death of car owner and friend Dale Earnhardt.
Travis Pastrana talks about his up-coming leap to NASCAR
David Reutimann is suffering from food poisoning and will be replaced in his car Friday at Bristol Motor Speedway by Aric Almirola.
David Reutimann is negotiating a multi-year extension that will keep him in the No. 00 Sprint Cup car at Michael Waltrip Racing past this season.
NASCAR on Wednesday penalized four teams that fall under the Michael Waltrip Racing banner for violations at Texas Motor Speedway.
Michael Waltrip will enter the Sprint Cup Series race at Talladega Superspeedway with help from a longtime sponsor.
Only eight drivers can say they've won the Great American Race more than once. Michael Waltrip, who's oh-so-close to calling it a career, is one of them.