Although Rusty Wallace is most known for driving the No. 2 " Blue Deuce" for Penske Racing, his 1989 championship came with Blue Max Racing. He had 55 wins over his 25-year career and continues in the sport as a car owner and ESPN broadcaster.
NASCAR Hall of Fame: Rusty Wallace
Rusty Wallace gets his 55th and final career victory at Martinsville Speedway on April 18, 2004 in the Advance Auto Parts 500.
Rusty Wallace believes that the Gen 6 car is good for race fans.
Rusty Wallace speaks about the 2013 season and the excitement of the Gen 6 car.
Rusty Wallace talks about the opportunity to climb back in the familiar No. 2 car during 2014 testing at Daytona this week.
Rusty Wallace and Brad Keselowski go head-to-head for bragging rights on racing video game.
Take a look back at Rusty Wallace and Darrell Waltrip battle for the victory in the 1989 running of the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race.