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Family, racing community mourn death of Bobby Waltrip

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Bobby Waltrip

Bobby Waltrip, middle brother of NASCAR Hall of Fame driver and Fox Sports announcer Darrell Waltrip and NASCAR team owner and fellow Fox Sports announcer Michael Waltrip, died Sunday.

The family of the former go-kart racer and race announcer confirmed his death on Twitter.

There is no information on the cause of his death, but his family says there was no foul play.


    • rick and family

      From our family to yours ……. you will be in our thoughts and prayers, God is the ultimate prince of peace, rest in him and know with confidence you will see your loved one again in heaven.

  • Janice Gso Resident

    I’m sorry to hear about Bobby’s passing. May the Lord put his arms around all of you, and give you comfort.

    Raven Youngblood, that’s not funny. May you never have a loved one pass away and someone make a joke like that. Wow, some people really need to look inside themselves and find what makes them that insensitive, and seek help. Things have a way of coming back on you.

    • dewey

      maybe she’s just being honest with herself…..never forget, everybody doesn’t think like everyone else

  • Jerry Weaver

    Prayers for the Waltrip family. So sorry for your loss. May Bobby rest in peace and prayerfully pray the entire family finds peace.

  • Jill Westercamp

    Bobby was adored by racing families – he interviewed both of our sons at batesville Mississippi indoor nationals – it will not be the same without him there! Prayers to the family and rest in peace bobby!

  • johnny lineberger

    had good time working on show with bobby and his son leebob good bless you all johnny lineberger VICTORY FILMS

  • Debbie

    Raven was just making a comment on how Bobby talked while doing commentary on the races. I didn’t find it disrespectful at all. It made me smile and remember Bobby with the fondness I’m sure he’d want to be remembered by

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