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Larry McReynolds Bio, Age, Nationality, Wife, Nascar, Fox Sports, Twitter

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Larry McReynolds Biography

Larry McReynolds is an American a former NASCAR crew chief and current racing analyst on Fox Sports as well as a columnist on Foxsports.com. In the past, he has served as an advisor to Petty Enterprises, and as a minority owner in Bang! Racing. He worked his way up the ladder and took his first crew chief job in 1985.

 Age

He was born on January 10, 1959, in Birmingham, Alabama, U.S. Birth sign is Capricorn. As of 2019, he is currently 60 years old.

Nationality

He is an American citizen by birth.

Larry McReynolds Education

No current data concerning his educational background.

Larry McReynolds Family

Sources have said that he is the eldest of six children. That the only information provided.

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Larry McReynolds Wife

He has married his long-term girlfriend Linda after having an affair for some time. Since then the couple is married and they are staying together as a husband and a wife. There is no issue or rumors of divorce between the blessed couple.

The couple has 3 children named Brooke, Brandon and Kendall McReynolds. His son Brandon is an American professional stock car racing driver.

Larry McReynolds Nascar Crew Chief

He began his career in 1975. he worked his way up the ladder and took his first crew chief job in 1985.

He served as a Winston Cup crew chief from 1985 to 2000, amassing 23 Cup wins, 21 poles, 122 top-five, and 209 top-ten finishes. In 1988,  Larry McReynolds earned his first Cup win at Watkins Glen International with driver Ricky Rudd.

Larry McReynolds began 1991 with King Racing and driver Brett Bodine, but after the spring Atlanta race, left to become the crew chief for Robert Yates Racing and it’s famed #28, with driver Davey Allison.

McReynolds and Allison combined to win 11 races and three pole positions between 1991 and mid-1993, establishing himself as one of the sport’s elite crew chiefs.

He led Allison to a win in the 1992 Daytona 500, and the two swept the Monster Energy Nascar All-Star Race (then The Winston) in 1991–’92. In late 1993, Larry McReynolds teamed with Ernie Irvan, a combination that produced seven wins between late 1993 and 1996 (Irvan missed the 1995 season due to injury).

He was the winning crew chief for the 1992 Daytona 500, with driver Davey Allison in the No. 28 Robert Yates Racing Ford Thunderbird.

Larry McReynolds Fox Sports Broadcaster

He left the Richard Childress-owned No. 31 Chevrolet and ventured into the Fox Sports broadcast booth with Mike Joy and 3-time Winston Cup champion Darrell Waltrip. The three called Monster Energy Nascar Cup Series (Winston Cup 2001-2003, Nextel Cup 2004-2007, Sprint Cup 2008-2016) races for Fox Nascar from 2001 through 2015.

He served as an analyst for Fox Sports 1’s live race coverage of the Xfinity Series, in addition to serving as an analyst on FS1’s Nascar RaceDay and Nascar RaceDay-Xfinity, the network’s pre-race shows for the Monster Energy Cup Series and Xfinity Series.

In 2016, he served as an in-race analyst for Fox Nascar’s 16th season broadcasting the Nascar Sprint Cup Series.

Larry McReynolds Net worth / Salary

Larry McReynolds net worth is currently 18 million. Concerning his current salary, no doubt that he is currently earning a good amount of money considering he is among the highest-paid broadcaster.

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