NASCAR's Fox Sports analyst Darrell Walter has announced that he will retire at the end of the network's broadcasting season.
Waltrip was a member of the Fox Sports team NASCAR, when he first escaped in 2001
Waltrip, a 3-time series champion, said he talked about a decision t with his family for several months.
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"I was blessed to work with the best team in sports for the past 19 years. I am 72 years and more than 50 years old in one form or another. I still healthy, happy and now grandfather, so it's time to spend more time at home with seven, although I do not have enough of my seven FOX. "
This move takes place only two days after the Associated Press is run by the scandalous journalist NASCAR Jenny Fryer, who advocates major changes to the television stand, including the resignation of Waltrip.
"Yukfest, like a carnival, is obsolete. cover the Xfinity series. Kevin Harwick, Brad Keselowski and others have proven that simply speaking about the action in front of their eyes, they can deliver an informational and entertainment program that does not apply to wandering tales and jokes that are consistently falling, "Fryer wrote.
Some friends and colleagues from Waltrip also came to his defense in social networks.
The latest broadcasts of Waltrip will be during the NASCAR Cup events on Sonoma Raceway on June 23rd.
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