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John Andretti
John Andrew Andretti (March 12, 1963 – January 30, 2020) was an American race car driver. He was the older brother of racer Adam Andretti, nephew of Indianapolis

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American race car driver This article's factual accuracy may be compromised due to out-of-date information. Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information. (October 2012) This article is being heavily edited because its subject has recently died. Knowledge about the circumstances of the death and surrounding events may change rapidly as more facts come to light. Initial news reports may be unreliable, and the last updates to this article may not reflect the most current information. Please feel free to improve this article or discuss changes on the talk page. (Learn how and when to remove this template message) John AndrettiAndretti at Carb Day 2015 at Indianapolis Motor SpeedwayBornMarch 12, 1963
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, U.S.DiedJanuary 30, 2020(2020-01-30) (aged 56)Cause of deathColon cancerNASCAR Cup Series career393 races run over 17 yearsBest finish11th (1998)First race1993 Tyson/Holly Farms 400 (North Wilkesboro)Last race2010 Daytona 500 (Daytona)First win1997 Pepsi 400 (Daytona)Last win1999 Goody's Body Pain 500 (Martinsville) Wins Top tens Poles 2 37 4 NASCAR Xfinity Series career37 races run over 3 yearsBest finish12th (2006)First race1998 Goody's 300 (Daytona)Last race2007 Orbitz 300 (Daytona) Wins Top tens Poles 0 4 0 NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series career6 races run over 2 yearsBest finish46th (2005)First race2005 O'Reilly Auto Parts 250 (Kansas)Last race2008 Mountain Dew 250 Fueled by Winn-Dixie (Talladega) Wins Top tens Poles 0 3 0 IndyCar Series career10 races run over 5 years2011 position42ndBest finish30th (2008)First race2007 Indianapolis 500 (Indy)Last race2011 Indianapolis 500 (Indy) Wins Podiums Poles 0 0 0 Champ Car career73 races run over 8 yearsYears active1987–1994Best finish8th (1991, 1992)First race1987 Road America 200 (Elkhart Lake)Last race1994 Indianapolis 500 (Indy)First win1991 Gold Coast Indy Car Grand Prix (Surfers Paradise) Wins Podiums Poles 1 2 0 Statistics current as of May 26, 2012.

John Andrew Andretti (March 12, 1963 – January 30, 2020) was an American race car driver. He was the older brother of racer Adam Andretti, nephew of Indianapolis 500 winner Mario Andretti, and first cousin to IndyCar champion Michael and Jeff Andretti. He was also the first cousin once-removed to IndyCar driver Marco Andretti. His father Aldo Andretti, Mario's twin brother, retired from driving a race car after he nearly died in an accident. He won in CART, IMSA GTP, Rolex Sports Car Series, and NASCAR.

Contents
  • 1 CART
  • 2 IMSA GTP and Rolex Sports Car Series
  • 3 NHRA Winston Drag Racing
  • 4 NASCAR
    • 4.1 1993–1999
    • 4.2 2000–2005
    • 4.3 2006–2010
  • 5 IRL IndyCar Series
  • 6 Personal life
  • 7 Motorsports career results
    • 7.1 American open–wheel racing results
      • 7.1.1 PPG Indycar Series
      • 7.1.2 IndyCar Series
      • 7.1.3 Indianapolis 500 results
    • 7.2 NASCAR
      • 7.2.1 Sprint Cup Series
        • 7.2.1.1 Daytona 500
      • 7.2.2 Busch Series
      • 7.2.3 Camping World Truck Series
  • 8 References
  • 9 External links
CART

Andretti has one win (Australia, 1991) and 61 top-ten finishes in 74 career races in CART. He joined the PPG Indy Car World Series (CART) in 1987, winning the Rookie of the Year award. In his debut at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in 1988, Andretti reached as high as seventh place before mechanical problems forced him to finish 21st. The Andretti family became the first family to have four relatives (Michael, Mario, Jeff, and John) compete in the same series (CART).[1] All four family members competed in the Indianapolis 500 in 1990, 1991, and 1992.

In 1991 he won the only race of his CART career, winning the Gold Coast Grand Prix in Surfer's Paradise, Australia. He finished a career-best fifth in the 1991 Indianapolis 500. A week later, at the Milwaukee Mile, Michael, John, and Mario became the only known family in motor sports history to finish first, second, and third respectively in a major auto race. In 1994, he became the first driver to attempt Double Duty, racing in the Indy 500 and NASCAR's Coca-Cola 600 in Charlotte, N.C., on the same day. The 1994 Indy 500 was his last appearance in that race until 2007. John also holds the distinction of being only one of three drivers in Motorsport History to have driven both a Top Fuel Dragster in an NHRA National Event, and to qualify and race in the Indianapolis 500 ( the other two being Danny Ongais and Art Malone).

IMSA GTP and Rolex Sports Car Series

In 1986 Andretti drove a BMW M12 March, along with co-driver Davy Jones, in the 1986 IMSA GT Championship season. While the BMWs had limited success in IMSA competition, Andretti and Jones won the Kodak Copier 500 at Watkins Glen International on September 21, 1986.[2]

In 1989, Andretti drove the Miller High Life/BF Goodrich Porsche 962 to victory in the Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona (called the Sunbank 24 at Daytona at the time) along with co-drivers Bob Wollek and Derek Bell. Later in the IMSA season, Andretti and Wollek won the Pontiac Grand Prix of Palm Beach, driving the same Porsche 962.[3] Andretti finished fifth in points (112) in the 1989 IMSA season, first among Porsche drivers.[4]

In 2001 Andretti teamed up with Kyle Petty to win the GT Class in the 6-hour sports car race at Watkins Glen.[5]

Andretti returned to the 24 Hours of Daytona in the Rolex Sports Car Series in 2008. Team drivers for the Vision Racing No. 03 Porsche Crawford Prototype included Ed Carpenter, A. J. Foyt IV, and Vitor Meira. The team finished 25th in the race, their first Porsche Crawford Prototype entry in the 24 Hours of Daytona.[6]

NHRA Winston Drag Racing

In 1993, Andretti drove the Taco Bell Express Top Fuel Dragster for owner Jack Clark. He reached the semi-finals in his first national event at Atlanta during the FRAM Southern Nationals, clocking a career-best speed of 299 mph (481 km/h). In that race he beat 1992 T/F Champion Joe Amato in Round 1 and Mopar Express Lube driver Tommy Johnson Jr. in Round 2, but lost to Mike Dunn in Darrell Gwynn's La Victoria Salsa Car in the semi-finals. That race was won by Eddie Hill.

NASCAR 1993–1999 1997 race car

Andretti made his Winston Cup debut in 1993. He drove the No. 72 Tex Racing Chevy for Tex Powell at North Wilkesboro Speedway, where he started 31st and finished twenty-fourth. After running three more races in 1993, he began the 1994 season driving the No. 14 Financial World-sponsored Chevy for Billy Hagan. On May 29, he became the first driver in history to race in both the Indianapolis 500 and the Coca-Cola 600 on the same day. He finished tenth at Indy and thirty-sixth in the Coca-Cola 600 after suffering mechanical failures. In the middle of the season he switched to the No. 43 STP-sponsored Pontiac for Petty Enterprises. His best finish was eleventh place, at Richmond International Raceway. He ended the season thirty-second in points and fifth in the Rookie of the Year battle.

Andretti in the Petty Enterprise No. 43 Pontiac at Pocono June 1998

In 1995, he began driving for Michael Kranefuss in the No. 37 Kmart/Little Caesars-sponsored Ford Thunderbird. He won his first career pole at the Southern 500 and finished in the top ten five times. He ended the season eighteenth in points. During the 1996 season, he switched to the No. 98 RCA-sponsored Ford owned by Cale Yarborough (while Jeremy Mayfield, the previous driver of the No. 98 car, moved to Kranefuss' team). He placed fifth at the Hanes 500 and had two more top-ten finishes. In 1997, he scored his first career win at the Pepsi 400 and finished twenty-third in points. He returned to the No. 43 Petty car in 1998. Although he didn't win any races that season, he did have ten Top 10 finishes and placed a career-best eleventh in points. He won his second career race in 1999 at Martinsville Speedway, where he made up a lost lap and took the lead with four laps to go. He also won the pole at Phoenix International Raceway.

2000–2005

Midway through the 2000 season, Cheerios became Andretti's primary sponsor. This was the precursor to Petty Enterprises' switch to Dodge as their manufacturer, and with the team pulling double duty trying to keep the Pontiacs they were currently racing and prepare the Dodges that were coming in, things began to fall apart for the organization. He fell to twenty-third in points after finishing in the top ten twice. Over the next two seasons, Andretti posted three top ten finishes including a notable second at Bristol where he finished second to Elliott Sadler (this was the last 1-2 finish for Petty Enterprises and Wood Brothers Racing., before he was released midway through the 2003 season. He ran a couple of races for Haas CNC Racing and Richard Childress Racing before finishing the season in the No. 1 Pennzoil-sponsored Chevy for Dale Earnhardt, Inc. His best finish that year was twelfth at New Hampshire.

Andretti started the 2004 season driving the No. 1 part-time for DEI, but departed midway through the season. He ended the year driving the No. 14 Victory Brand-sponsored Ford Taurus for ppc Racing and finished twenty-second at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Andretti started 2005 still driving with ppc, but the team was forced to dissolve due to a lack of funding. He drove four races in the Craftsman Truck Series for Billy Ballew Motorsports, and finished eighth at Memphis Motorsports Park. He also attempted a handful of Cup races for Morgan-McClure Motorsports' No. 4 Lucas Oil-sponsored Chevrolet, finishing twenty-eighth at Michigan International Speedway, one lap down.

2006–2010

In 2006, Andretti returned to ppc to drive their No. 10 Busch Series car. Before the season, his only Busch start came in 1998 at Daytona, where he finished thirteenth in the No. 96 Chevy fielded by the Curb Agajanian Performance Group. Despite having made over three hundred Cup starts with two victories, Andretti applied for and was accepted as a contender for Rookie of the Year. He finished runner-up to Danny O'Quinn for the award.

2008 Sprint Cup car at Daytona

In 2007, Andretti drove the No. 10 FreedomRoads/Camping World/RVs.com-sponsored Car for Braun Racing at Daytona through their affiliation with ppc Racing. When funding for the team became questionable, Andretti left Braun Racing. The team used various drivers in 2007 in an attempt to maintain a two-car team. Andretti drove four races for Petty Enterprises in the No. 45 car, where he filled in for Kyle Petty, who was working as a broadcaster for Turner Network Television's race coverage. He also briefly drove part-time for Front Row Motorsports. He finished the season in the No. 49 Paralyzed Veterans of America-sponsored Dodge for BAM Racing.

Andretti drove for Front Row Motorsports in 2008, driving the No. 34 Chevrolet Impala SS in the Sprint Cup Series. He raced his way into the 2008 Daytona 500 in the second Gatorade Duel race. He drove in the first ten races of the season in the 34 before leaving to focus on his IndyCar team.

Andretti returned full-time to the 34 in 2009 in a partnership between Front Row and Earnhardt Ganassi Racing. The No. 34 had sponsorships from Window World, myAutoloan.com, and Taco Bell. He did not have a full-time ride for 2010, but drove the No. 34 Front Row Motorsports entry to a 38th-place finish after an accident on lap 117 in the Daytona 500.

IRL IndyCar Series Andretti driving the Roth Racing No. 24 car in practice for the 2008 Indianapolis 500

In 2007, Andretti returned to the Indianapolis 500 for the first time since 1994 when he pulled the double (competed in the Indy 500 and the Coca-Cola 600 in the same day). He drove the third entry from Panther Racing, with Camping World as the sponsor. On May 19, he qualified for the 91st Indianapolis 500 with an average speed for the four lap qualifying run of 221.756 mph (356.882 km/h). He started in 24th on the eighth row, but crashed on lap 95 and finished 30th.

In 2008 Andretti replaced Jay Howard in the Roth Racing No. 24 Dallara-Honda. Andretti qualified for his 9th Indy 500 on May 17 with a four-lap average of 221.550 mph (356.550 km/h). This placed him 21st on the grid; he finished on the lead lap in 16th place. Andretti continued in the No. 24 car in the Milwaukee Mile and Texas Motor Speedway races, and on June 6 he was offered a deal that would keep him in the car the rest of the season. He did not accept.[7]

Andretti’s run with Roth Racing produced some notable results for the team. He qualified 7th at the Texas Motor Speedway race. Although he had a great start, he finished 16th. He began the race at Iowa Speedway with a rough 23rd position start, but steadily worked his way through the field to capture an 11th-place finish, the best for a Roth Racing machine. His final start for the team was at Richmond International Raceway the next week, where he was knocked out by a crash. Roth Racing contracted to a single car for the rest of the season and then ceased operations. Andretti finished 30th in the 2008 IndyCar points standings.

In April 2009 Andretti and Richard Petty announced a joint venture with Dreyer & Reinbold Racing, whereby Andretti would return to Indianapolis to drive the No. 43 car in the 93rd Indianapolis 500. As in his previous two trips to Indianapolis, Andretti did not race the Indy/Charlotte double, and also missed the Southern 500 and the Coca-Cola 600 to prepare for the race. Andretti qualified for the race on bump day in 28th, and finished in 19th place, the final car on the lead lap. Andretti returned to drive the No. 34 at Front Row Motorsports immediately after the Indianapolis 500, and returned for the Dover 400 in June.

On March 31, 2010, Andretti announced that he would join forces with Richard Petty and Window World for two events. The No. 43 returned as the entry, which was backed by Andretti Autosport, owned by John's cousin Michael. The team's first race was the RoadRunner Turbo Indy 300 at Kansas Speedway on May 1. Andretti qualified 15th but finished 9th, one lap down. The team also competed in the 94th Indianapolis 500 on May 30. After failing to qualify on pole day, Andretti made the race on bump day qualifying 28th for the second consecutive year. Andretti crashed out of the race on lap 65, and was credited with a 30th-place finish.

Andretti ran in the centennial Indianapolis 500, partnered with Window World, Petty, and Andretti Autosport. He finished 22nd.

Personal life Andretti with uncle Mario at the 2007 Indy 500

Andretti was active in the Central Indiana community. Each year during the Brickyard 400 week, John teams up with 93.1 WIBC, and Dave "The King" Wilson, and General Mills to hold the Race for Riley, benefiting James Whitcomb Riley Hospital for Children. It takes place at the Mark Dismore Karting Center in New Castle, Indiana. Andretti graduated from Moravian College with degree in business management and believes he would have been an investment banker or stock broker if he had not started racing. Andretti enjoys Joe Pesci and Nicolas Cage movies. His favorite movie was the comedy Animal House, and his favorite band was the hard-rock group AC/DC. In December 2004, Andretti spent seven days in the Middle East visiting service personnel in the U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps.

Since 2007, Andretti has co-hosted The Driver's Seat with John Kernan on Sirius Satellite Radio's NASCAR channel 90.

Andretti's son, Jarett, was a USAC sprint car driver.[8]

In April 2017, Andretti disclosed that he was battling stage four colon cancer.[9] His cancer battle, originally misdiagnosed as Stage III-A cancer, was widely publicized, with him starting a Twitter hashtag called #CheckIt4Andretti, as far as getting a colonoscopy. After months of chemotherapy, Andretti was deemed cancer-free in late 2017. However, in May 2018, he suffered a relapse of the cancer, which metastasized even further. He went through another round of chemotherapy for the rest of the year, which ended in January 2019. The cancer relapsed yet again in late March 2019.

Andretti died on January 30, 2020 after a protracted battle with colon cancer.[10]

Motorsports career results American open–wheel racing results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position)

PPG Indycar Series Year Team Chassis Engine 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Rank Pts 1987 Curb Racing March 87C Ford Cosworth DFX LBH PHX INDY MIL POR MEA CLE TOR MCH POC ROA
6 MDO
10 NAZ
11 LAG
7 MIA
8 17th 24 1988 Lola T88/00 PHX
14 LBH
20 INDY
21 MIL
18 POR
17 CLE
8 TOR
22 MEA
25 MCH
24 POC
14 MDO ROA NAZ
16 LAG MIA 31st 5 1989 Granatelli Racing Lola T88/00 Buick 3300 V6t PHX LBH INDY
25 MIL DET POR CLE MEA TOR
25 MCH
24 POC
17 MDO ROA NAZ
19 LAG
12 33rd 1 1990 Porsche Motorsports March 90P Porsche Indy V8 PHX
17 LBH
21 INDY
21 MIL
7 DET
22 POR
21 CLE
5 MEA
7 TOR
13 MCH
7 DEN
6 VAN
5 MDO
13 ROA
22 NAZ
19 LAG
8 10th 51 1991 Hall/VDS Racing Lola T91/00 Chevrolet 265A SRF
1 LBH
18 PHX
11 INDY
5 MIL
2 DET
6 POR
19 CLE
15 MEA
4 TOR
5 MCH
6 DEN
7 VAN
7 MDO
10 ROA
19 NAZ
9 LAG
19 8th 105 1992 Lola T92/00 SRF
6 PHX
6 LBH
20 INDY
8 DET
21 POR
5 MIL
9 NHA
5 TOR
5 MCH
6 CLE
12 ROA
6 VAN
15 MDO
4 NAZ
18 LAG
5 8th 94 1993 A.J. Foyt Enterprises Lola T92/00 Ford XB SRF PHX LBH INDY
10 MIL DET POR CLE TOR MCH NHA ROA VAN MDO NAZ LAG 28th 3 1994 Lola T94/00 SRF PHX LBH INDY
10 MIL DET POR CLE TOR MCH MDO NHA VAN ROA NAZ LAG 29th 3 IndyCar Series Year Team Chassis Engine 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Rank Pts 2007 Panther Racing Dallara
IR-05 Honda HMS STP MOT KAN INDY
30 MIL TXS IOW RIR WGL NSH MDO MCH KTY SNM DET CHI 35th 10 2008 Roth Racing HMS STP MOT1 LBH1 KAN INDY
16 MIL
19 TXS
16 IOW
11 RIR
21 WGL NSH MDO EDM KTY SNM DET CHI SRF2 30th 71 2009 Dreyer & Reinbold Racing STP LBH KAN INDY
19 MIL TXS IOW RIR WGL TOR EDM KTY MDO SNM CHI MOT HMS 37th 12 2010 Andretti Autosport SAO STP ALA LBH KAN
9 INDY
30 TXS IOW WGL TOR EDM MDO SNM CHI KTY MOT HMS 32nd 35 2011 STP ALA LBH SAO INDY
22 TXS TXS MIL IOW TOR EDM MDO NWH SNM BAL MOT KTY LVS3
C 42nd 16
1 Run on same day.
2 Non-points-paying, exhibition race.
3 The Las Vegas Indy 300 was abandoned after Dan Wheldon died from injuries sustained in a 15-car crash on lap 11.
Indianapolis 500 results Year Chassis Engine Start Finish Team 1988 Lola T88/00 Ford Cosworth DFX 27 21 Curb Racing 1989 Lola T88/00 Buick 12 25 Granatelli Racing 1990 March 90P Porsche Motorsports 10 21 Porsche 1991 Lola T91/00 Chevrolet 265A 7 5 Hall/VDS Racing 1992 Lola T92/00 Chevrolet 265A 14 8 Hall/VDS Racing 1993 Lola T92/00 Ford XB 24 10 A.J. Foyt Enterprises 1994 Lola T94/00 Ford XB 10 10 A.J. Foyt Enterprises 2007 Dallara Honda 24 30 Panther Racing 2008 Dallara Honda 21 16 Roth Racing 2009 Dallara Honda 28 19 Richard Petty/DRR 2010 Dallara Honda 28 30 Richard Petty/Andretti Autosport 2011 Dallara Honda 17 22 Richard Petty/Andretti Autosport NASCAR

(key) (Bold – Pole position awarded by qualifying time. Italics – Pole position earned by points standings or practice time. * – Most laps led.)

Sprint Cup Series NASCAR Sprint Cup Series results Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 NSCC Pts 1993 Hagan Racing 72 Chevy DAY CAR RCH ATL DAR BRI NWS MAR TAL SON CLT DOV POC MCH DAY NHA POC TAL GLN MCH BRI DAR RCH DOV MAR NWS
24 CLT
31 CAR
39 PHO
40 ATL
DNQ 50th 250 1994 Hagan Racing 14 Chevy DAY
42 CAR
24 RCH
30 ATL
42 DAR
38 BRI
DNQ NWS
31 MAR
35 TAL
29 SON
19 CLT
36 DOV
22 POC
35 MCH
36 DAY
35 NHA
27 POC
25 TAL
40 IND
28 GLN 32nd 2299 Petty Enterprises 43 Pontiac MCH
17 BRI
30 DAR
16 RCH
11 DOV
25 MAR
21 NWS
17 CLT
24 CAR
25 PHO
43 ATL
13 1995 Kranefuss-Haas Racing 37 Ford DAY
27 CAR
13 RCH
10 ATL
20 DAR
10 BRI
19 NWS
17 MAR
32 TAL
41 SON
11 CLT
17 DOV
39 POC
30 MCH
4 DAY
33 NHA
33 POC
38 TAL
34 IND
12 GLN
7 MCH
37 BRI
19 DAR
12 RCH
7 DOV
39 MAR
13 NWS
17 CLT
13 CAR
25 PHO
15 ATL
15 18th 3140 1996 DAY
38 CAR
38 RCH
12 ATL
21 DAR
40 BRI
DNQ NWS
34 MAR
36 TAL
9 SON
11 CLT
27 DOV
33 POC
16 MCH
24 DAY
23 NHA
40 POC
23 TAL
39 IND
19 GLN
26 MCH
31 BRI
38 DAR
5 31st 2621 Cale Yarborough Motorsports 98 Ford RCH
36 DOV
14 MAR
5 NWS
24 CLT
39 CAR
26 PHO
19 ATL
24 1997 DAY
25 CAR
34 RCH
31 ATL
15 DAR
25 TEX
12 BRI
24 MAR
28 SON
30 TAL
4 CLT
30 DOV
29 POC
40 MCH
37 CAL
21 DAY
1* NHA
14 POC
24 IND
17 GLN
20 MCH
35 BRI
11 DAR
37 RCH
22 NHA
17 DOV
15 MAR
29 CLT
32 TAL
3 CAR
31 PHO
39 ATL
22 23rd 3019 1998 Petty Enterprises 43 Pontiac DAY
18 CAR
13 LVS
41 ATL
20 DAR
13 BRI
19 TEX
42 MAR
18 TAL
33 CAL
31 CLT
7 DOV
12 RCH
22 MCH
20 POC
13 SON
3 NHA
6 POC
12 IND
7 GLN
8 MCH
9 BRI
38 NHA
3 DAR
14 RCH
5 DOV
9 MAR
37 CLT
12 TAL
21 DAY
14 PHO
6 CAR
34 ATL
32 11th 3682 1999 DAY
43 CAR
19 LVS
12 ATL
28 DAR
9 TEX
38 BRI
4 MAR
1 TAL
9 CAL
17 RCH
39 CLT
19 DOV
13 MCH
8 POC
28 SON
3 DAY
19 NHA
18 POC
42 IND
37 GLN
29 MCH
10 BRI
40 DAR
18 RCH
9 NHA
41 DOV
41 MAR
43 CLT
17 TAL
32 CAR
7 PHO
8 HOM
16 ATL
33 17th 3394 2000 DAY
22 CAR
12 LVS
25 ATL
18 DAR
20 BRI
33 TEX
32 MAR
14 TAL
11 CAL
25 RCH
18 CLT
31 DOV
13 MCH
9 POC
21 SON
43 DAY
14 NHA
40 POC
41 IND
42 GLN
37 MCH
27 BRI
20 DAR
37 RCH
11 NHA
7 DOV
22 MAR
13 CLT
18 TAL
20 CAR
23 PHO
28 HOM
37 ATL
19 23rd 3169 2001 Dodge DAY
39 CAR
21 LVS
37 ATL
14 DAR
6 BRI
2 TEX
31 MAR
35 TAL
37 CAL
26 RCH
34 CLT
DNQ DOV
19 MCH
37 POC
39 SON
30 DAY
22 CHI
23 NHA
23 POC
27 IND
14 GLN
14 MCH
26 BRI
21 DAR
21 RCH
30 DOV
19 KAN
39 CLT
26 MAR
33 TAL
34 PHO
39 CAR
29 HOM
22 ATL
25 NHA
36 31st 2943 2002 DAY
37 CAR
15 LVS
36 ATL
36 DAR
22 BRI
34 TEX
22 MAR
42 TAL
38 CAL
24 RCH
20 CLT
15 DOV
32 POC
31 MCH
23 SON
10 DAY
24 CHI
22 NHA
25 POC
23 IND
26 GLN
11 MCH
20 BRI
19 DAR
42 RCH
29 NHA
22 DOV
29 KAN
14 TAL
18 CLT
23 MAR
13 ATL
43 CAR
18 PHO
14 HOM
39 28th 3161 2003 DAY
34 CAR
39 LVS
18 ATL
29 DAR
38 BRI
31 TEX
19 TAL
14 MAR
30 CAL
8 RCH
30 CLT
39 DOV
34 POC
23 MCH SON DAY CHI 38th 2379 Haas CNC Racing 0 Pontiac NHA
41 POC
33 GLN
19 MCH BRI DAR Dale Earnhardt, Inc. 81 Chevy IND
43 1 RCH
14 NHA
12 DOV
34 KAN
19 CLT
30 MAR
31 ATL
22 PHO
16 CAR
30 HOM
42 Richard Childress Racing 90 Chevy TAL
15 2004 Dale Earnhardt, Inc. 1 Chevy DAY
13 CAR
29 LVS ATL DAR BRI TEX MAR TAL CAL RCH CLT
19 DOV POC MCH SON DAY
43 CHI
16 NHA POC IND GLN MCH BRI CAL RCH NHA DOV TAL KAN 45th 818 Ppc Racing 14 Ford CLT
22 MAR ATL
25 PHO
31 DAR
DNQ HOM
20 2005 DAY
31 CAL
29 LVS
28 ATL
DNQ BRI MAR TEX PHO TAL DAR RCH CLT DOV POC MCH SON DAY CHI NHA POC IND GLN 55th 304 Morgan-McClure Motorsports 4 Chevy MCH
28 BRI CAL
DNQ RCH NHA DOV TAL KAN CLT MAR ATL TEX PHO HOM 2007 Front Row Motorsports 37 Dodge DAY CAL
34 LVS
DNQ ATL
DNQ BRI MAR TEX
DNQ PHO
DNQ TAL
DNQ RCH DAR CLT DOV POC 48th 932 Petty Enterprises 45 Dodge MCH
27 SON NHA
42 DAY
28 CHI
18 IND POC GLN BAM Racing 49 Dodge MCH
37 BRI
40 CAL
37 RCH
37 NHA
DNQ DOV
37 KAN
33 TAL
33 CLT
42 MAR
33 ATL
28 TEX
DNQ PHO
DNQ HOM
DNQ 2008 Front Row Motorsports 34 Chevy DAY
40 CAL
35 LVS
DNQ ATL
DNQ BRI
DNQ MAR
DNQ TEX
40 PHO
DNQ TAL
DNQ RCH
DNQ DAR CLT DOV POC MCH SON NHA DAY CHI IND POC GLN MCH BRI CAL RCH NHA DOV KAN TAL CLT MAR ATL TEX PHO HOM 62nd 149 2009 DAY
19 CAL
31 LVS
28 ATL
29 BRI
34 MAR
35 TEX
26 PHO
38 TAL
27 RCH
32 DAR CLT DOV
34 POC
35 MCH
33 SON
30 NHA
16 DAY
27 CHI
30 IND
32 POC
30 GLN
30 MCH
28 BRI
30 ATL
31 RCH
29 NHA
26 DOV
27 KAN
33 CAL
19 CLT
36 MAR
26 TAL
23 TEX
24 PHO
34 HOM
33 36th 2597 2010 Ford DAY
38 CAL LVS ATL BRI MAR PHO TEX TAL RCH DAR DOV CLT POC MCH SON NHA DAY CHI IND POC GLN MCH BRI ATL RCH NHA DOV KAN CAL CLT MAR TAL TEX PHO HOM 71st 49 Daytona 500 Year Team Manufacturer Start Finish 1994 Hagan Racing Chevrolet 15 42 1995 Kranefuss-Haas Racing Ford 38 27 1996 6 38 1997 Cale Yarborough Motorsports Ford 32 25 1998 Petty Enterprises Pontiac 17 18 1999 36 43 2000 30 22 2001 Dodge 26 39 2002 16 37 2003 12 34 2004 Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Chevrolet 29 13 2005 Ppc Racing Ford 42 31 2008 Front Row Motorsports Chevrolet 22 40 2009 37 19 2010 Ford 33 38 Busch Series NASCAR Busch Series results Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 NBGNC Pts 1998 Andretti-Laird Racing 96 Chevy DAY
13 CAR LVS NSV DAR BRI TEX HCY TAL NHA NZH CLT DOV RCH PPR GLN MLW MYB CAL SBO IRP MCH BRI DAR RCH DOV CLT GTY CAR ATL HOM 93rd 124 2005 Ppc Racing 10 Ford DAY CAL MXC LVS ATL NSH BRI TEX PHO TAL DAR RCH CLT DOV NSH KEN MLW DAY CHI NHA PPR GTY IRP GLN MCH BRI CAL RCH DOV KAN CLT MEM TEX PHO HOM
DNQ NA - 2006 DAY
34 CAL
19 MXC
23 LVS
42 ATL
20 BRI
9 TEX
19 NSH
28 PHO
34 TAL
16 RCH
19 DAR
15 CLT
17 DOV
19 NSH
18 KEN
15 MLW
12 DAY
10 CHI
25 NHA
18 MAR
7 GTY
26 IRP
27 GLN
5 MCH
30 BRI
14 CAL
29 RCH
16 DOV
19 KAN
23 CLT
25 MEM
35 TEX
15 PHO
25 HOM
16 12th 3562 2007 Toyota DAY
39 CAL MXC LVS ATL BRI NSH TEX PHO TAL RCH DAR CLT DOV NSH KEN MLW NHA DAY CHI GTY IRP CGV GLN MCH BRI CAL RCH DOV KAN CLT MEM TEX PHO HOM 147th 46 Camping World Truck Series NASCAR Camping World Truck Series results Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 NCWTC Pts 2005 Billy Ballew Motorsports 15 Chevy DAY CAL ATL MAR GTY MFD CLT DOV TEX MCH MLW KAN
9 KEN MEM
8 IRP
36 NSH
11 BRI RCH NHA LVS MAR ATL TEX PHO HOM 46th 465 2008 Billy Ballew Motorsports 15 Toyota DAY CAL ATL MAR KAN CLT MFD DOV TEX MCH MLW MEM KEN IRP NSH BRI GTW NHA LVS
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Winners of the 24 Hours of Daytona
  • run as the Daytona 3 Hour Continental (1962–63)
  • Daytona 2000 (1964–65)
  • 6 Hours of Daytona (1972)
  • 24 Hours of Daytona (1966–71 / 1973 / 1975–present)
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  • Andy Wallace
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Andretti familyMario Andretti
  • Mario Andretti
  • Michael Andretti
  • Marco Andretti
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Aldo Andretti
  • Aldo Andretti
  • Adam Andretti
  • John Andretti
  • Jarett Andretti
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  • Michael Andretti's World GP
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  • Andretti Winery
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Front Row MotorsportsHeadquarters: Mooresville, North CarolinaPersonnel
  • Bob Jenkins
  • Brad Jenkins
NASCAR Cup SeriesDrivers
  • (34) Michael McDowell
  • (38) John Hunter Nemechek
Crew chiefs
  • (34) Drew Blickensderfer
  • (38) Seth Barbour
NASCAR Truck SeriesDrivers
  • (38) Todd Gilliland
Crew chiefs
  • (38) Jon Leonard
Former drivers
  • John Andretti
  • Stanton Barrett
  • Dave Blaney
  • Chad Blount
  • Todd Bodine
  • Chris Buescher
  • Landon Cassill
  • Chad Chaffin
  • Kevin Conway
  • Derrike Cope
  • Matt Crafton
  • Kertus Davis
  • Bill Elliott
  • David Gilliland
  • Jeff Green
  • Larry Gunselman
  • Bobby Hamilton Jr.
  • P. J. Jones
  • Blake Koch
  • Travis Kvapil
  • Terry Labonte
  • Randy LaJoie
  • Kevin Lepage
  • Carl Long
  • Justin Marks
  • Eric McClure
  • Brett Moffitt
  • Joe Nemechek
  • David Ragan
  • Tony Raines
  • David Reutimann
  • Robert Richardson Jr.
  • Greg Sacks
  • Hermie Sadler
  • Johnny Sauter
  • Brian Simo
  • Reed Sorenson
  • Brad Teague
  • Matt Tifft
  • Cole Whitt
  • Josh Wise
  • J. J. Yeley
NASCAR Hall of Fame
  • Bill Elliott
  • Terry Labonte
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  • Ford Performance
  • Roush-Yates Engines
  • Rick Ware Racing
  • DGR-Crosley
Acquisitions and mergers
  • BK Racing
  • Hall of Fame Racing
  • NY Racing Team
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Billy Ballew MotorsportsYears active1996–2012Personnel
  • Billy Ballew
  • Christopher Beckington
Former drivers
  • Aric Almirola
  • John Andretti
  • Rick Beebe
  • Johnny Benson Jr.
  • Robby Benton
  • Rich Bickle
  • Mike Bliss
  • Barry Bodine
  • Geoff Bodine
  • Jason Bowles
  • Colin Braun
  • James Buescher
  • Kurt Busch
  • Kyle Busch
  • Mike Cope
  • Dusty Davis
  • Shane Doles
  • Kerry Earnhardt
  • Blake Feese
  • Chris Fontaine
  • Mark Gibson
  • Derrick Gilchrist
  • Bobby Gill
  • David Gilliland
  • Kevin Grubb
  • Denny Hamlin
  • Scott Hansen
  • Ryan Hemphill
  • Kenny Hendrick
  • Shane Hmiel
  • Lance Hooper
  • Andy Houston
  • Brian Ickler
  • Justin Johnson
  • Ricky Johnson
  • Kyle Krisiloff
  • Travis Kvapil
  • Patrick Lawler
  • Ryan Lawler
  • Buddy Lazier
  • Anthony Lazzaro
  • Bill Lester
  • Johanna Long
  • Jeremy Mayfield
  • Paul Menard
  • Marc Mitchell
  • Nate Monteith
  • Rob Morgan
  • Ted Musgrave
  • Andrew Myers
  • J. R. Norris
  • Trent Owens
  • Nelson Piquet Jr.
  • Josh Richards
  • Brian Rose
  • Johnny Sauter
  • Todd Shafer
  • Shane Sieg
  • Mike Skinner
  • David Stremme
  • Kelly Sutton
  • John Wes Townley
  • Martin Truex Jr.
  • Kenny Wallace
  • Mike Wallace
  • Steve Wallace
  • Michael Waltrip
  • Jason White
  • Jon Wood
Other incarnations
  • Fasscore Motorsports
Partnerships and affiliations
  • Phoenix Racing
Buyouts and mergers
  • Vision Aviation Racing
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ppc RacingYears active1993–2008Personnel
  • Greg Pollex
  • Mark Rypien
Former drivers
  • Lyndon Amick
  • John Andretti
  • Dave Blaney
  • Terry Cook
  • Jeff Green
  • Shane Hall
  • Michel Jourdain Jr.
  • Jason Keller
  • Chad Little
  • Billy Parker
  • Scott Riggs
  • Brent Sherman
  • Kenny Wallace
  • Jon Wood
Busch Series Championships
  • 2000 (Green)
Partnerships and affiliations
  • Biagi Brothers Racing
  • Braun Racing
Other incarnations
  • Mark Rypien Motorsports
Buyouts and mergers
  • Roush Fenway Racing (1996)
  • KEL Racing (2000)
  • Circle Bar Racing (2007)
  • Carl A. Haas Motorsports (2007)
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Richard Petty MotorsportsHeadquarters: Welcome, North CarolinaPersonnel
  • Richard Petty
  • Andrew M. Murstein
  • Lisa Brown
  • Robbie Loomis
  • Sammy Johns
  • Brian Moffitt
  • Robert Miller
Former personnel
  • George N. Gillett Jr.
  • Ray Evernham
  • Douglas G. Bergeron
  • Philippe Lopez
NASCAR Cup SeriesDrivers
  • (43) Bubba Wallace
Crew chiefs
  • (43) Jerry Baxter
Partnerships and affiliations
  • ECR Engines
Predecessor teams
  • Gillett Evernham Motorsports
  • Petty Enterprises
Buyouts and mergers
  • Hall of Fame Racing
  • Yates Racing
Former driversRichard Petty Motorsports
  • A. J. Allmendinger
  • Aric Almirola
  • Marcos Ambrose
  • Dakoda Armstrong
  • Michael Annett
  • Jeb Burton
  • Sam Hornish Jr.
  • Billy Johnson
  • Kasey Kahne
  • Corey LaJoie
  • Paul Menard
  • Elliott Sadler
  • Brian Scott
  • Regan Smith
  • Reed Sorenson
  • Ryan Truex
Evernham Motorsports /
Gillett Evernham Motorsports
  • Casey Atwood
  • Patrick Carpentier
  • Erin Crocker
  • Bill Elliott
  • Jeremy Mayfield
  • Kasey Kahne
  • Chase Miller
  • Hank Parker Jr.
  • Scott Riggs
  • Elliott Sadler
  • Hermie Sadler
  • Dick Trickle
  • Mike Wallace
  • Paul Wolfe
Petty Enterprises
  • John Andretti
  • Buck Baker
  • Buddy Baker
  • Rich Bickle
  • Greg Biffle
  • Ken Bouchard
  • Dick Brooks
  • Rodney Combs
  • Carlos Contreras
  • Wally Dallenbach Jr.
  • Darel Dieringer
  • Christian Fittipaldi
  • Jeff Green
  • Mark Green
  • Steve Grissom
  • Bobby Hamilton
  • Pete Hamilton
  • Jimmy Hensley
  • Shane Hmiel
  • Junior Johnson
  • Buckshot Jones
  • Bobby Labonte
  • Tiny Lund
  • Chad McCumbee
  • Ted Musgrave
  • Jerry Nadeau
  • Marvin Panch
  • Jim Paschal
  • Adam Petty
  • Kyle Petty
  • Lee Petty
  • Maurice Petty
  • Richard Petty
  • Robert Pressley
  • Joe Ruttman
  • Morgan Shepherd
  • G. C. Spencer
  • Curtis Turner
  • Joe Weatherly
  • Rick Wilson
HistoryNASCAR Hall of Fame
  • Buck Baker
  • Buddy Baker
  • Bill Elliott
  • Dale Inman
  • Junior Johnson
  • Bobby Labonte
  • Terry Labonte
  • Lee Petty
  • Maurice Petty
  • Richard Petty
  • Curtis Turner
  • Joe Weatherly
NASCAR Cup Series Championships
  • 1954 (L. Petty)
  • 1958 (L. Petty)
  • 1959 (L. Petty)
  • 1963 (Weatherly)
  • 1964 (R. Petty)
  • 1967 (R. Petty)
  • 1971 (R. Petty)
  • 1972 (R. Petty)
  • 1974 (R. Petty)
  • 1975 (R. Petty)
  • 1979 (R. Petty)
Daytona 500 wins
  • 1959 (L. Petty)
  • 1964 (R. Petty)
  • 1966 (R. Petty)
  • 1970 (P. Hamilton)
  • 1971 (R. Petty)
  • 1973 (R. Petty)
  • 1974 (R. Petty)
  • 1979 (R. Petty)
  • 1981 (R. Petty)
Winston 500 wins
  • 1970 (P. Hamilton)
  • 1983 (R. Petty)
Coca-Cola 600 wins
  • 1964 (Paschal)
  • 1966 (Panch)
  • 1972 (Baker)
  • 1975 (R. Petty)
  • 1977 (R. Petty)
  • 2006 (Kahne)
  • 2008 (Kahne)
Southern 500 wins
  • 1967 (R. Petty)
Brickyard 400 wins
  • 2002 (B. Elliott)
All-Star Race wins
  • 2008 (Kahne)
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Morgan–McClure MotorsportsYears active1982–2012Personnel
  • Tim Morgan
  • Larry McClure
NASCAR Hall of Fame
  • Mark Martin
Former drivers
  • John Andretti
  • Rich Bickle
  • Brett Bodine
  • Todd Bodine
  • Ward Burton
  • Stacy Compton
  • Tommy Ellis
  • A. J. Foyt
  • Robby Gordon
  • Jimmy Hensley
  • Bobby Hamilton
  • Bobby Hamilton Jr.
  • Ernie Irvan
  • P. J. Jones
  • Kevin Lepage
  • Sterling Marlin
  • Mark Martin
  • Eric McClure
  • Johnny Miller
  • Joe Nemechek
  • Phil Parsons
  • Lennie Pond
  • Robert Pressley
  • Jeff Purvis
  • David Reutimann
  • Joe Ruttman
  • Johnny Sauter
  • Connie Saylor
  • Mike Skinner
  • Lake Speed
  • Jimmy Spencer
  • Mike Wallace
  • Rick Wilson
  • Scott Wimmer
Daytona 500 wins
  • 1991 (Irvan)
  • 1994 (Marlin)
  • 1995 (Marlin)
Winston 500 wins
  • 1993 (Irvan)
  • 1996 (Marlin)
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Dale Earnhardt, Inc.Years active1996–2008Personnel
  • Dale Earnhardt
  • Teresa Earnhardt
  • Max Siegel
Former drivers
  • Aric Almirola
  • John Andretti
  • Trevor Bayne
  • David Bonnett
  • Neil Bonnett
  • Dennis Dyer
  • Dale Earnhardt
  • Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • Jeffrey Earnhardt
  • Kerry Earnhardt
  • Ron Fellows
  • Robby Gordon
  • David Green
  • Jeff Green
  • Jesus Hernandez
  • Ron Hornaday Jr.
  • Jason Keller
  • Mark Martin
  • Paul Menard
  • Steve Park
  • Phil Parsons
  • Andy Petree
  • Jody Ridley
  • Regan Smith
  • Peter Sospenzo
  • Tony Stewart
  • Martin Truex Jr.
  • Ryan Truex
  • Kenny Wallace
  • Darrell Waltrip
  • Michael Waltrip
NASCAR Hall of Fame
  • Dale Earnhardt
  • Ron Hornaday Jr.
  • Mark Martin
  • Tony Stewart
  • Darrell Waltrip
Busch Series Championships
  • 1998 (Earnhardt Jr.)
  • 1999 (Earnhardt Jr.)
NASCAR Truck Series Championships
  • 1996 (Hornaday)
  • 1998 (Hornaday)
Daytona 500 wins
  • 2001 (M. Waltrip)
  • 2003 (M. Waltrip)
  • 2004 (Earnhardt Jr.)
The Winston wins
  • 2000 (Earnhardt Jr.)
Partnerships and affiliations
  • Andy Petree Racing
  • Richard Childress Racing
Related teams
  • Chance 2 Motorsports
Buyouts and mergers
  • Ginn Racing (2007)
  • Chip Ganassi Racing (2009)
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Richard Childress RacingHeadquarters: Welcome, North CarolinaPersonnel
  • Richard Childress
  • Mike Dillon
  • Chocolate Myers
  • Danny Efland
  • Jason Jarrett
NASCAR Cup SeriesDrivers
  • (3) Austin Dillon
  • (8) Tyler Reddick
Crew chiefs
  • (3) Justin Alexander
  • (8) Randall Burnett
NASCAR Xfinity SeriesDrivers
  • (2) TBA
  • (21) Myatt Snider / Anthony Alfredo / Kaz Grala (part-time)
Crew chiefs
  • (2) TBA
  • (21) TBA
NASCAR Hall of Fame
  • Richard Childress
  • Dale Earnhardt
  • Ron Hornaday Jr.
  • Bobby Labonte
  • Tony Stewart
Former driversWinners
  • Clint Bowyer
  • Jeff Burton
  • Joey Coulter
  • Ty Dillon
  • Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • Robby Gordon
  • Jeff Green
  • Kevin Harvick
  • Michael McDowell
  • Paul Menard
  • Ryan Newman
  • Jeff Purvis
  • Ricky Rudd
  • Elliott Sadler
  • Jay Sauter
  • Johnny Sauter
  • Mike Skinner
  • Tony Stewart
  • Scott Wimmer
Other drivers
  • John Andretti
  • Dakoda Armstrong
  • Ed Berrier
  • Dave Blaney
  • Jason Bowles
  • Sean Caisse
  • Cale Conley
  • Matt Crafton
  • Ricky Craven
  • Mike Dillon
  • Kerry Earnhardt
  • Brendan Gaughan
  • Ryan Gifford
  • Tim George Jr.
  • Daniel Hemric
  • Jimmy Hensley
  • Sam Hornish Jr.
  • Brandon Jones
  • P. J. Jones
  • Ben Kennedy
  • Travis Kvapil
  • Bobby Labonte
  • Scott Lagasse Jr.
  • Randy LaJoie
  • Shane Lee
  • Stephen Leicht
  • Rick Mast
  • Casey Mears
  • Brandon Miller
  • Steve Park
  • Timothy Peters
  • Jeff Purvis
  • Scott Riggs
  • Hermie Sadler
  • Jim Sauter
  • Ken Schrader
  • Brian Scott
  • Michael Self
  • Kirk Shelmerdine
  • Morgan Shepherd
  • Brian Simo
  • Regan Smith
  • Matt Tifft
  • John Wes Townley
  • Kenny Wallace
  • Mike Wallace
NASCAR Cup Series Championships
  • 1986 (Earnhardt)
  • 1987 (Earnhardt)
  • 1990 (Earnhardt)
  • 1991 (Earnhardt)
  • 1993 (Earnhardt)
  • 1994 (Earnhardt)
NASCAR Xfinity Series ChampionshipsDrivers' Championship
  • 2001 (Harvick)
  • 2006 (Harvick)
  • 2008 (Bowyer)
  • 2013 (A. Dillon)
  • 2019 (Reddick)
Owners' Championship
  • 2001 (No. 2)
  • 2006 (No. 21)
  • 2007 (No. 29)
  • 2019 (No. 2)
NASCAR Truck Series Championships
  • 1995 (Skinner)
  • 2011 (A. Dillon)
ARCA Menards Series Championships
  • 2011 (T. Dillon)
Daytona 500 wins
  • 1998 (Earnhardt)
  • 2007 (Harvick)
  • 2018 (A. Dillon)
Brickyard 400 wins
  • 1995 (Earnhardt)
  • 2003 (Harvick)
  • 2011 (Menard)
Coca-Cola 600 wins
  • 1986 (Earnhardt)
  • 1992 (Earnhardt)
  • 1993 (Earnhardt)
  • 2011 (Harvick)
  • 2013 (Harvick)
  • 2017 (A. Dillon)
Southern 500 wins
  • 1987 (Earnhardt)
  • 1989 (Earnhardt)
  • 1990 (Earnhardt)
Winston 500 wins
  • 1990 (Earnhardt)
  • 1994 (Earnhardt)
  • 1999 (Earnhardt)
  • 2000 (Earnhardt)
All-Star Race wins
  • 1987 (Earnhardt)
  • 1990 (Earnhardt)
  • 1993 (Earnhardt)
  • 2007 (Harvick)
Partnerships and affiliations
  • Action Express Racing
  • Beard Motorsports
  • Germain Racing
  • Jeremy Clements Racing
  • Juncos Racing
  • Kaulig Racing
  • Marsh Racing
  • Premium Motorsports
  • Richard Petty Motorsports
  • RSS Racing
  • Shepherd Racing Ventures
  • StarCom Racing
  • Wayne Taylor Racing
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Stewart-Haas RacingHeadquarters: Kannapolis, North CarolinaPersonnel
  • Tony Stewart
  • Gene Haas
  • Greg Zipadelli
NASCAR Cup SeriesDrivers
  • (4) Kevin Harvick
  • (10) Aric Almirola
  • (14) Clint Bowyer
  • (41) Cole Custer
Crew chiefs
  • (4) Rodney Childers
  • (10) Mike Bugarewicz
  • (14) Johnny Klausmeier
  • (41) Mike Shiplett
NASCAR Xfinity SeriesDrivers
  • (98) Chase Briscoe
Crew chiefs
  • (98) TBA
Former driversHaas CNC Racing
  • John Andretti
  • Mike Bliss
  • Ward Burton
  • Blake Feese
  • David Green
  • Jeff Green
  • Justin Labonte
  • Jason Leffler
  • Jeremy Mayfield
  • Tony Raines
  • Scott Riggs
  • Johnny Sauter
  • Ken Schrader
  • Jack Sprague
Stewart-Haas Racing
  • Jeff Burton
  • Kurt Busch
  • Ty Dillon
  • Mark Martin
  • Ryan Newman
  • Max Papis
  • Danica Patrick
  • Regan Smith
  • Tony Stewart
  • Daniel Suárez
  • Brian Vickers
NASCAR Hall of Fame
  • Mark Martin
  • Tony Stewart
NASCAR Cup Series Championships
  • 2011 (Stewart)
  • 2014 (Harvick)
NASCAR Xfinity Series ChampionshipsOwners' Championship
  • 2018 (No. 00)
Daytona 500 wins
  • 2017 (Ku. Busch)
Brickyard 400 wins
  • 2013 (Newman)
  • 2019 (Harvick)
Southern 500 wins
  • 2014 (Harvick)
All-Star Race wins
  • 2009 (Stewart)
  • 2018 (Harvick)
Partnerships and affiliations
  • Biagi-DenBeste Racing
  • Ford Performance
  • Roush-Yates Engines
  • Sunrise Ford Racing
Related
  • Haas Automation
  • Haas F1 Team
  • v
  • t
  • e
Cale Yarborough MotorsportsYears active1987–2000Personnel
  • Cale Yarborough
NASCAR Hall of Fame
  • Dale Jarrett
  • Cale Yarborough
Former drivers
  • John Andretti
  • Rich Bickle
  • Chuck Bown
  • Derrike Cope
  • Jimmy Hensley
  • Bobby Hillin Jr.
  • Dale Jarrett
  • Randy LaJoie
  • Chad Little
  • Rick Mast
  • Jeremy Mayfield
  • Dorsey Schroeder
  • Greg Sacks
  • Lake Speed
  • Dick Trickle
  • Cale Yarborough
Buyouts and mergers
  • Race Hill Farms
  • MacPherson Motorsports
  • v
  • t
  • e
Hagan RacingYears active
  • 1969–1995
Personnel
  • Billy Hagan
NASCAR Hall of Fame
  • Terry Labonte
Former drivers
  • John Andretti
  • Billy Hagan
  • Terry Labonte
  • Randy MacDonald
  • Sterling Marlin
  • Phil Parsons
Winston Cup Series Championships
  • 1984 (Labonte)
Southern 500 wins
  • 1980 (Labonte)
Buyouts and mergers
  • Triad Motorsports


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