Akins Motorsports is a NASCAR team based in Mooresville, North Carolina, which is near Charlotte. The team is owned by Doug Stringer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Akins Motorsports"
Arnold Motorsports is a NASCAR Nextel Cup Series team owned by Don Arnold. 1983 Winston Cup champion Bobby Allison is the Vice President of operations and is a consultant. The team debuted in 2003 as the #79 car (originally Ford), with All-Pro driver Billy Bigley Jr. driving, the team originally planned to run 34 races, but eventually scaled back its plans. After Bigley failed to qualify for the three events he attempted, he was released. The team returned full-time in 2004 with Derrike Cope at the wheel.(This car made it onto NASCAR 2005: Chase for the Cup by EA Sports). Cope co-owned the team and merged his Quest Motor Racing team with Arnold's. The team received sponsorship from Racingjunk.com but was forced to remove its decals by NASCAR after the company changed its name to Redneckjunk.com. ** NASCAR apparently did this to increase their demographic from the southeast After twelve starts, Cope was replaced by Mike Wallace at Dover. Wallace, along with P.J. Jones, Jeff Fuller, and Todd Bodine finished out the year. This year, Jimmy Spencer has driven the car in what has turned out to be a limited schedule due to lack of sponsorship. The team announced Allied Buildings sponsor for the rest of 2005 and all of 2006 at the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis. No word on whether Spencer will drive if the team can pull of a full schedule. Arnold also owned a share of a Craftsman Truck Series team with Germain Motor Company as the #30 Toyota. The truck was piloted last year by Todd Bodine and this year by Shigeaki Hattori. But Arnold sold the interest in that team to focus on Cup. ...more on Wikipedia about "Arnold Motorsports"
BAM Racing is a NASCAR racing team based in Charlotte, North Carolina owned by Beth Ann and Tony Morganthau. The team's primary car (#49 Dodge) is driven by 2006 Rookie of the Year candidate Brent Sherman in NEXTEL Cup, NASCAR's top racing series. The team's primary sponsor is Schwan's, the team is also sponsored by AXA and sometimes in a few races, the #49 goes unsponsored. ...more on Wikipedia about "BAM Racing"
Biagi Brothers Racing is a NASCAR Busch Series team. It fields the #4 Geico Dodge driven by Mark Green. They also have established a partnership with Chip Ganassi Racing to assist in their driver development program. The team was formed in 2001, and has one career victory, at Daytona International Speedway in 2004 with Mike Wallace. ...more on Wikipedia about "Biagi Brothers Racing"
Bill Davis Racing is a NASCAR team that fields the #22 Caterpillar Inc. Dodge for Dave Blaney, the #23 Dodge for Mike Skinner (part time) in the NASCAR Nextel Cup Series, the #23 Stacker 2 Dodge for Kenny Wallace in the NASCAR Busch Series, #5 Toyota Tundra for Mike Skinner, the #22 Toyota for Bill Lester, and the #23 Toyota for Johnny Benson in the Craftsman Truck Series. The team switched to Dodge in 2001, but when the team switched its trucks over to Toyota in 2003, Dodge stopped backing the team, although the team still runs the Dodge manufacturer in the Winston Cup and Busch Series. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bill Davis Racing"
Billy Ballew Motorsports is a team that competes in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series. They were formed in 1996 by Georgia businessman Billy Ballew, and have become notable for the fact they rarely field a team for the same driver for more than one season, as was the case in 2005, when eight different drivers drove for the team. Amazingly, the team finished fourth in owner's points, thanks in part to Kyle Busch's three victories. The team also fielded the truck that Geoffrey Bodine crashed in 2000 at Daytona International Speedway and suffered near-fatal injuries. For 2006, they will have a full-time driver, rookie Kyle Krisiloff. No sponsorship has been announced. ...more on Wikipedia about "Billy Ballew Motorsports"
Bobby Hamilton Racing is a NASCAR team. It is owned by three NEXTEL Cup winner and 2004 champion Bobby Hamilton. Currently, the team fields three full-time and one part-time ride in the Truck Series, as well as one part-time NEXTEL Cup ride. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bobby Hamilton Racing"
Braun Racing is an auto racing team. Currently, they field cars for Jason Leffler full-time and Ron Hornaday and Jorge Goeters in the NASCAR Busch Series, and a car for Chad Blount in the ARCA RE/MAX Series. Previously, they fielded the #08 for Shane Hmiel in the Nextel Cup Series. ...more on Wikipedia about "Braun Racing"
Brewco Motorsports is a team in the NASCAR Busch Series. Based in the state of Kentucky, it is owned by Clarence Brewer and Todd Wilkerson. Currently, it fields the #27 Kleenex Ford driven by David Green and the #66 Duraflame Ford driven by Greg Biffle and Aaron Fike. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brewco Motorsports"
Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates is a racing orginization with teams in NASCAR, Champ Cars, and the IRL. It is owned by businessmen Chip Ganassi and Felix Sabates. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chip Ganassi Racing"
Competitive Edge Motorsports is a NASCAR Nextel Cup Series team. It fields the #51 Marathon Oil Chevrolet for amateur driver Stuart Kirby. Its principal owner is former NFL player Joe Auer. It debuted at the 2004 Coca-Cola 600 with Kevin Lepage driving, finishing 43rd after suffering overheating faliures. After running four more races with Lepage, all resulting in DNF's, Tony Raines took over the driving duties, his best finish being 28th at Dover. In 2005, ARCA racer Stuart Kirby began driving, qualifying for three races thus far, posting a best finish of 31st. The team plans to go full-time in 2006 with a yet-to-be-named driver. While Marathon Oil has signed through 2009, the team is still looking for extra sponsorship backing. ...more on Wikipedia about "Competitive Edge Motorsports"
Dale Earnhardt, Inc. is a competitive NASCAR Nextel Cup team based in Mooresville, North Carolina, which is near Charlotte. It fields two full-time and one part-time team. The team was owned originally by seven-time Winston Cup champion Dale Earnhardt, before he died suddenly after crashing on the closing lap of the 2001 Daytona 500. Now the team is owned by Teresa Earnhardt, Earnhardt's widow. Despite Dale Earnhardt's ownership of the racing team, he never raced for it in the Winston Cup, preferring to race for his long-time mentor and backer, Richard Childress at RCR. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dale Earnhardt, Inc."
Darrell Waltrip Motorsports is a NASCAR team that is owned and operated by three-time Winston Cup champion Darrell Waltrip. It was formed in 1991 when Waltrip resigned from Hendrick Motorsports to start his own team. ...more on Wikipedia about "Darrell Waltrip Motorsports"
Daytona Speed Inc. is a relatively new team to the NASCAR Nextel Cup Series circuit. Journeyman racer Greg Sacks drives the car and co-owns the team with James Wilsberg. It debuted in 2004 at Chicagoland Speedway as the #13 Arc DeHooker Dodge. Although the team failed to qualify for the race, it made the field the next week at Pocono Raceway, qualifying 38th and finishing 43rd. It was Sack's first NASCAR Nextel Cup Series start since 1998. The team qualified for two more races that year, each ending with a DNF. In February 2005, Ed Rabbe Jr., who co-owned the team at the time, took off to form the #73 team with the ARC DeHooker sponsorship. The 73 team was supposed to be an eventually a second car of the DSI stable. Sacks is expected to take the issue to court, saying Rabbe violated his terms of the contract. The team has run two races this year, both at Pocono, both resulting in DNF's. The team is still hoping for a sponsor to allow them to run full time in 2006. ...more on Wikipedia about "Daytona Speed Inc." Be happy with http://www.shortopedia.com
Duesenberg & Leik Motorsports is a new Busch Series team. It is owned and operated by Indy Racing League owner Keith Duesenberg and race car driver Dwayne Leik. The team was announced in the fall of 2005, and will field the #01 Chevrolet Monte Carlo full-time in 2006. Leik and Jay Sauter will share driving duties, and Western Union will be the sponsor. ...more on Wikipedia about "Duesenberg & Leik Motorsports"
Evernham Motorsports is a racing team in NASCAR that currently has Bill Elliott, Jeremy Mayfield, Kasey Kahne, Scott Riggs, and Erin Crocker as its drivers. For the 2005 NEXTEL Cup Season, the team won two races, which were also the first two for the new Dodge Charger, along with nine top-5 finishes and seventeen top-10 finishes. The team was founded by Ray Evernham in 1999. Evernham had previous experience as a car owner in the Busch Series owning Jeff Gordon's car with Gordon's wife. ...more on Wikipedia about "Evernham Motorsports"
FitzBradshaw Racing is a NASCAR team based in Mooresville, North Carolina, which is near Charlotte. The team is owned by Armando and Mimi Fitz and former National Football League (NFL) player and FOX Network commentator Terry Bradshaw. ...more on Wikipedia about "FitzBradshaw Racing"
Front Row Motorsports is a relatively new team to the NASCAR Nextel Cup circuit. It is owned by restaurant entrepreneuer Bob Jenkins and former racer Jimmy Means. It fields the #92 Chevy for multiple drivers. It debuted at the 2005 Daytona 500 with Stanton Barrett driving, but it did not qualify. After missing the next three races, the team finally got into a race at the Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway, where Barrett finished 41st after suffering oil pressure problems. After the spring Dover race, Tony Raines drove the car at the Chevy American Revolution 400 at Richmond International Raceway, finishing 35th. Then Hermie Sadler and Eric McClure began sharing the ride, although McClure has yet to qualify for a race in the car. Johnny Miller ran the car at Watkins Glen, finishing 29th. Another driver, Chad Chaffin, has also taken over driving duties, failing to qualify in his initial attempt at Martinsville Speedway, and then qualifying 43rd the next week at Atlanta Motor Speedway before surrendering the car to Bobby Hamilton Jr.. Late in the year, the team formed an equipment-sharing partnership with Mach 1 Racing, and that eventually turned into the team moving into Mach 1's shop and hiring their old crew. Chaffin will drive the car full time in 2006. ...more on Wikipedia about "Front Row Motorsports"
Furniture Row Racing is a new NASCAR team that is based out of Colorado and fields the #78 Chevrolet Monte Carlo. The team is sponsored by the U.S. furniture store chain Furniture Row. It made its NASCAR debut in the Busch Series at Nashville Superspeedway in 2005 with Jerry Robertson driving, starting 24th and finishing 33rd. Robertson ran 10 races with the team in 2005, his best finish being a 22nd at California Speedway. The team made two NEXTEL Cup appearences as well, with Kenny Wallace debuting the team at Dover International Speedway, and Robertson running at Phoenix International Raceway. Wallace will be driving the first five races in 06 and Robertson filling out the rest of the schedule. ...more on Wikipedia about "Furniture Row Racing"
Haas CNC Racing is a NASCAR racing team based in Harrisburg, North Carolina, which is near Charlotte. The team is owned by Gene Haas, who owns the Haas Automation company. ...more on Wikipedia about "Haas CNC Racing"
Hall of Fame Racing is a racing team that will compete in the NASCAR Nextel Cup series beginning in the 2006 season. The team is a joint venture between two former Dallas Cowboys football quarterbacks, Roger Staubach and Troy Aikman and is being initially supported by Joe Gibbs Racing. The team is headquartered in Dallas, Texas with its race shop maintained in Charlotte, North Carolina. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hall of Fame Racing" Who is www.shortopedia.com? shortopedia
Hendrick Motorsports is a group of NASCAR racing teams started by Rick Hendrick in 1984 under the name "All Star Racing." The company sponsors both Nextel Cup and Busch Series drivers. All cars are made by Chevrolet. Hendrick Motorsports has garnered five NASCAR Winston Cup Series (now NEXTEL Cup) championships, three NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series titles and one NASCAR Busch Series crown, making it one of stock-car racing’s premier organizations. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hendrick Motorsports"
Jay Robinson Racing is a racing team that competes in the NASCAR Busch Series. Currently, they field the #49 Advil Ford driven by Steve Grissom full-time and the #28 Ford driven by Derrike Cope and Shane Hall part-time. Formed in 1995, they moved to the Busch Series in 2001, and have been forced to run inferior equipment due to financial issues. In addition, they are the only team in NASCAR to have females on their pit crew. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jay Robinson Racing"
Joe Gibbs Racing (also known as JGR) is a group of NASCAR racing teams owned by Joe Gibbs. Started in 1991, the group of drivers associated with Joe Gibbs Racing includes two NASCAR Championship winners in Tony Stewart and Bobby Labonte. ...more on Wikipedia about "Joe Gibbs Racing"
Keith Coleman Racing is a NASCAR Busch Series team. It fields the #23 Dodge driven by Chris Wimmer. The team was formed in 2004. Its current Busch equipment was bought from Bill Davis Racing. ...more on Wikipedia about "Keith Coleman Racing"
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