David Reutimann's record defended
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Michael Waltrip defended driver David Reutimann on Monday for intentionally wrecking championship contender Kyle Busch.
But the owner of Michael Waltrip Racing found himself walking the fine line of supporting his employee while trying not to alienate one of his team's most important partners. Both Reutimann and Busch drive Toyotas, and Sunday's incident at Kansas Speedway hampered the manufacturer's chance of winning its first Sprint Cup title.
"I stand behind David ...
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