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1999 NASCAR Busch Series season
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Dale Earnhardt, Jr., the 1999 Busch Series champion

The 1999 NASCAR Busch Series season began on February 13 and ended on November 13. Dale Earnhardt Jr. of Dale Earnhardt, Inc. won the season points championship for the second year in a row.

1999 Team chart[edit]

List of full-time teams at the start of 1999.

Team Car(s) # Driver(s) Primary Sponsor(s) Listed Owner(s) Crew Chief
Akins-Sutton Motorsports Ford Taurus 38 Glenn Allen, Jr. Barbasol Brad Akins Dean Johnson
98 Elton Sawyer Lysol Ricky Viers
AllCar Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 22 Jimmy Kitchens Air Jamaica Vacations Dave Carroll Todd Lohse
Andy Petree Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 15 Ken Schrader Oakwood Homes Andy Petree N/A
BACE Motorsports Chevrolet Monte Carlo 33 Jason Jarrett Bayer/Alka-Seltzer Barbara Baumgardner Gary Cogswell
74 Tony Raines (R) n/a Bill Baumgardner Steve Bird
Bill Davis Racing Pontiac Grand Prix 93 Dave Blaney Amoco Gail Davis Gil Martin
Brewco Motorsports
J&J Racing
Chevrolet Monte Carlo 27 Casey Atwood Castrol Tammy Brewer Kip McCord
37 Kevin Grubb Timber Wolf Clarence Brewer Terry Shirley
99 Kevin Lepage Red Man Bill Papke Dan Gibbs
Buckshot Racing Pontiac Grand Prix 00 Larry Pearson Cheez-It Billy Jones Kenneth Campbell
Cicci-Welliver Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 34 Mike McLaughlin Goulds Pumps Frank Cicci Jay Smith
Pontiac Grand Prix 36 Tim Fedewa Stanley Tools Scott Welliver Vic Kangas
Chevrolet Monte Carlo 66 Todd Bodine Phillips 66 Jeffrey Welliver Donnie Richeson
Curb/Agajanian Motorsports Chevrolet Monte Carlo 43 Shane Hall Central Tractor Don Stegall Gene Nead
Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Chevrolet Monte Carlo 3 Dale Earnhardt, Jr. AC Delco Dale Earnhardt Tony Eury, Sr.
Diamond Ridge Motorsports Chevrolet Monte Carlo 4 Jeff Purvis Lance Snacks Gary Bechtel Johnny Allen
Excel Motorsports Chevrolet Monte Carlo 56 Jeff Krogh Clearwater Forest Industries Molly Krogh Sammy Speaks
80 Mark Krogh Robert Krogh Doug George
Grubb Motorsports Chevrolet Monte Carlo 83 Wayne Grubb Link-Belt William Grubb Bobby King
GTS Motorsports Chevrolet Monte Carlo 90 Brad Loney Coyne Textile Services Frederick Maggio Bob Johnson
Hank Parker Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 53 Hank Parker Jr. (R) B.A.S.S. Hank Parker Dave McCarty
Henderson Brothers Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 75 Kelly Denton (R) Big Daddy's BBQ Sauce Charlie Henderson Ron Denton
Hillin Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 8 Bobby Hillin Clean Shower Robert Hayes Steve Hibbard
HVP Motorsports Chevrolet Monte Carlo 63 Chuck Bown Exxon Superflo Hubert Hensley Jeff Hensley
Innovative Motorsports Chevrolet Monte Carlo 47 Andy Santerre Monro Muffler Brake George DeBidart Kevin Caldwell
Joe Gibbs Racing Pontiac Grand Prix 18 Bobby Labonte MBNA Joe Gibbs Bryant Frazier
Labonte Motorsports Chevrolet Monte Carlo 44 Terry Labonte Slim Jim Kimberly Labonte Eddie Lowery
NorthStar Motorsports Chevrolet Monte Carlo 89 Jeff Fuller Heritage Consumer Products Meredith Ruark Leon Fox
Parker Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 72 Hermie Sadler MGM Brakes Ron Parker Cal Northrup
PE2 Motorsports Chevrolet Monte Carlo 45 Adam Petty (R) Spree Kyle Petty Lance Deiters
PRW Racing Ford Taurus 77 Ed Berrier Lear Corporation Tony Hall Jimmy Means
Phil Parsons Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 10 Phil Parsons Alltel Marcia Parsons Doug Taylor
Phoenix Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 1 Randy LaJoie Bob Evans Restaurants James Finch Marc Reno
Progressive Motorsports Chevrolet Monte Carlo 32 Jeff Green Kleenex Greg Pollex Harold Holly
57 Jason Keller Fleming Team/IGA Steve DeSouza Steve Addington
Reiser Enterprises Chevrolet Monte Carlo 17 Matt Kenseth DeWalt Tools Robbie Reiser Robbie Reiser
Roush Racing Ford Taurus 9 Jeff Burton Track Gear Jack Roush Tommy Morgan
60 Mark Martin Winn-Dixie Tony Lambert
Sadler Brothers Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 95 Bobby Hamilton, Jr. (R) Shoney's Inn Earl Sadler Chick Sadler
Specialty Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 40 Kerry Earnhardt (R) Channellock Doug Taylor Richard Lasater
Spencer Motor Ventures Chevrolet Monte Carlo 5 Dick Trickle Schneider National Jimmy Spencer Bryan Schaffer
ST Motorsports Chevrolet Monte Carlo 59 Mike Dillon Kingsford Tad Geschickter Steve Plattenberger
Team Amick Chevrolet Monte Carlo 35 Lyndon Amick SCANA/Powertel Bill Amick Buddy Barnes
Team Rensi Motorsports Chevrolet Monte Carlo 25 Jeff Finley Dura Lube Ed Rensi David Ifft
Team Yellow Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 19 Mike Skinner Yellow Freight David Ridling C. R. Miller
Washington-Erving Motorsports Chevrolet Monte Carlo 50 Mark Green Dr Pepper Joe Washington Darrell Bryant
Xpress Motorsports Pontiac Grand Prix 61 Derrike Cope IWX Motor Freight Steve Coulter Dave Fuge

NAPA Auto Parts 300[edit]

The NAPA Auto Parts 300 was held February 13 at Daytona International Speedway. Ken Schrader was the polesitter. On the last lap, Casey Atwood was tapped by Andy Hillenburg into the outside retaining wall. Atwood continued to go across the tri-oval on his roof. Atwood flipped 4 times, but emerged from his Chevrolet unscathed.

Top Ten Results

  1. 1-Randy LaJoie
  2. 32-Jeff Green
  3. 18-Andy Hillenburg
  4. 17-Matt Kenseth
  5. 8-Bobby Hillin Jr.
  6. 45-Adam Petty
  7. 99-Kevin Lepage
  8. 37-Kevin Grubb
  9. 9-Jeff Burton
  10. 90-Brad Loney

Failed to qualify: Hank Parker Jr. (#53), Derrike Cope (#61), Kelly Denton (#75), Morgan Shepherd (#07), Wayne Grubb (#83), Jeff Krogh (#56), Mike Garvey (#09), Skip Smith (#67), Shane Hall (#43), Mark Krogh (#80), Mike Stefanik (#05), Mark Day (#16), Blaise Alexander (#20), Ed Berrier (#77), Hermie Sadler (#72), Freddie Query (#68), Jeff McClure (#13), Brett Bodine (#54), Jim Bown (#51), Joe Bessey (#6), Lance Hooper (#23), Loy Allen Jr. (#78)

Alltel 200[edit]

The Alltel 200 was held February 20 at North Carolina Speedway. Dale Earnhardt Jr. was the polesitter.

Top Ten Results

  1. 9-Jeff Burton
  2. 60-Mark Martin
  3. 17-Matt Kenseth
  4. 1-Randy LaJoie
  5. 27-Casey Atwood
  6. 34-Mike McLaughlin
  7. 98-Elton Sawyer
  8. 64-Geoffrey Bodine
  9. 66-Todd Bodine
  10. 36-Tim Fedewa

Failed to qualify: Adam Petty (#45), Freddie Query (#68), Brad Loney (#90), David Green (#41), Glenn Allen Jr. (#38), Philip Morris (#01), Jeff Green (#32), Mario Gosselin (#58), Dick Trickle (#5), Jeff Finley (#25), Bryan Wall (#73), Mike Skinner (#19), Bobby Labonte (#44), Jimmy Kitchens (#22)

Sam's Town 300[edit]

The Sam's Town 300 was held March 6 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Mark Martin was the pole sitter.

Top Ten Results

  1. 60-Mark Martin
  2. 87-Joe Nemechek
  3. 9-Jeff Burton
  4. 24-Jeff Gordon
  5. 12-Jimmy Spencer
  6. 3-Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  7. 47-Elliott Sadler
  8. 32-Jeff Green
  9. 99-Kevin Lepage
  10. 57-Jason Keller

Failed to qualify: Casey Atwood (#27), Glenn Allen Jr. (#38), Brad Loney (#90), Mike Dillon (#59), Ted Musgrave (#29), Joe Buford (#7), Larry Pearson (#00), Jeff Finley (#25), Shane Hall (#43), Ed Berrier (#77), Jimmy Kitchens (#22), Kevin Grubb (#37), Freddie Query (#68), Wayne Grubb (#83), Bobby Hillin, Jr. (#8), Bryan Wall (#73), Hermie Sadler (#72), Eric Jones (#70), Morgan Shepherd (#07), Mark Krogh (#80), Jerry Glanville (#81), Bobby Hamilton, Jr. (#95)

Yellow Freight 300[edit]

The Yellow Freight 300 was held March 13 at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Dave Blaney was the polesitter. The race came under controversy when winner Mike Skinner was disqualified and the win was given to Blaney. But after a further review, NASCAR reversed its decision and reawarded the victory to Skinner.

Top Ten Results

  1. 19-Mike Skinner
  2. 93-Dave Blaney
  3. 3-Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  4. 99-Kevin Lepage
  5. 66-Todd Bodine
  6. 60-Mark Martin
  7. 64-Geoffrey Bodine
  8. 98-Elton Sawyer
  9. 38-Glenn Allen Jr.
  10. 50-Mark Green

Failed to qualify: Andy Kirby (#28), Tim Fedewa (#36), Freddie Query (#68), Hermie Sadler (#72), Bobby Hamilton, Jr. (#95), Jeff Finley (#25), Shane Hall (#43), Brad Loney (#90), Jeff Fuller (#89), J. D. Gibbs (#18), Kevin Grubb (#37), Mark Day (#16)

Diamond Hill Plywood 200[edit]

The Diamond Hill Plywood 200 was held March 20 at Darlington Raceway. Mark Martin was the polesitter.

Top Ten Results

  1. 17-Matt Kenseth
  2. 98-Elton Sawyer
  3. 10-Phil Parsons
  4. 44-Terry Labonte
  5. 99-Kevin Lepage
  6. 9-Jeff Burton
  7. 41-David Green
  8. 36-Tim Fedewa
  9. 21-Michael Waltrip
  10. 66-Todd Bodine

Failed to qualify: Jim Bown (#51), Lyndon Amick (#35), Andy Kirby (#28), Jeff Finley (#25), Freddie Query (#68), Mark Krogh (#80), Kerry Earnhardt (#40), Jimmy Kitchens (#22), Kevin Grubb (#37) Bobby Labonte (#18)

Coca-Cola 300[edit]

The Coca-Cola 300 was held March 27 at Texas Motor Speedway. Dave Blaney won the pole. The race was shortened to 163 laps due to rain.

Top Ten Results

  1. 60-Mark Martin
  2. 9-Jeff Burton
  3. 32-Jeff Green
  4. 34-Mike McLaughlin
  5. 11-Kenny Irwin, Jr.
  6. 57-Jason Keller
  7. 15-Ken Schrader
  8. 93-Dave Blaney
  9. 19-Mike Skinner
  10. 3-Dale Earnhardt, Jr.

Failed to qualify: None

BellSouth Mobility 320[edit]

The BellSouth Mobility 320 was held April 3 at Nashville Speedway USA. Dale Earnhardt, Jr. won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 32-Jeff Green
  2. 27-Casey Atwood
  3. 57-Jason Keller
  4. 87-Joe Nemechek
  5. 66-Todd Bodine
  6. 4-Jeff Purvis
  7. 34-Mike McLaughlin
  8. 98-Elton Sawyer
  9. 3-Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
  10. 10-Phil Parsons

Failed to qualify: J. D. Gibbs (#18), Freddie Query (#68), Scot Walters (#83), Lyndon Amick (#35), Shane Hall (#43), Brad Baker (#7), Chad Chaffin (#84), Donnie Moran (#58), Mark Day (#16), Bobby Hamilton, Jr. (#95), Chris Cook (#65)

Moore's Snacks 250[edit]

The Moore's Snacks 250 was held April 10 at Bristol Motor Speedway. Jason Keller won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 57-Jason Keller
  2. 3-Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  3. 98-Elton Sawyer
  4. 44-Terry Labonte
  5. 66-Todd Bodine
  6. 25-Kenny Wallace
  7. 37-Kevin Grubb
  8. 14-Sterling Marlin
  9. 36-Tim Fedewa
  10. 61-Tony Roper

Failed to qualify: Ted Christopher (#13), Freddie Query (#68), Gary Bradberry (#86), Jason Jarrett (#33), Hermie Sadler (#72), Kelly Denton (#75), Curtis Markham (#83), Elliott Sadler (#47)

Touchstone Energy 300[edit]

The Touchstone Energy 300 was held April 24 at Talladega Superspeedway. Ken Schrader won the pole. The Big One happened midway in the race, with pole-sitter Schrader crashing and erupting in flames in Turn 1, also taking many other cars out. Schrader was uninjured. Terry Labonte would just barely edge Joe Nemechek in the closest finish of NASCAR Busch Series history.

Top Ten Results

  1. 44-Terry Labonte
  2. 87-Joe Nemechek
  3. 4-Jeff Purvis
  4. 17-Matt Kenseth
  5. 35-Lyndon Amick
  6. 3-Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  7. 00-Larry Pearson
  8. 27-Casey Atwood
  9. 1-Randy LaJoie
  10. 41-David Green

Failed to qualify: Andy Kirby (#28), Mark Martin (#60), Loy Allen (#78), Hermie Sadler (#72), Skip Smith (#67), Joe Bessey (#6), Stevie Reeves (#25), Freddie Query (#68)

Auto Club 300[edit]

The Auto Club 300 was held May 1 at California Speedway. Dale Earnhardt Jr. won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 17-Matt Kenseth
  2. 9-Jeff Burton
  3. 3-Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  4. 45-Adam Petty
  5. 47-Elliott Sadler
  6. 36-Tim Fedewa
  7. 98-Elton Sawyer
  8. 21-Michael Waltrip
  9. 35-Lyndon Amick
  10. 77-Ed Berrier

Failed to qualify: Jimmy Kitchens (#22), Stevie Reeves (#25), Kenny Irwin, Jr. (#11), Curtis Markham (#83), Jerry Glanville (#81), Brett Bodine (#54), Shane Hall (#43), Andy Kirby (#28), Sterling Marlin (#42), Ward Burton (#02)

Busch 200[edit]

The Busch 200 was held May 8 at New Hampshire International Speedway. Jeff Green won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 98-Elton Sawyer
  2. 32-Jeff Green
  3. 4-Jeff Purvis
  4. 1-Randy LaJoie
  5. 27-Casey Atwood
  6. 57-Jason Keller
  7. 72-Hermie Sadler
  8. 17-Matt Kenseth
  9. 66-Todd Bodine
  10. 77-Ed Berrier

Failed to qualify: Bobby Dotter (#08), Wayne Grubb (#83), Joe Bessey (#6), Bryan Wall (#73)

Hardee's 250[edit]

The Hardee's 250 was held May 14 at Richmond International Raceway. Jason Keller won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 60-Mark Martin
  2. 9-Jeff Burton
  3. 17-Matt Kenseth
  4. 66-Todd Bodine
  5. 32-Jeff Green
  6. 15-Ken Schrader
  7. 25-Kenny Wallace
  8. 21-Michael Waltrip
  9. 4-Jeff Purvis
  10. 93-Dave Blaney

Failed to qualify: R.D. Smith (#79), Ted Christopher (#13), Geoffrey Bodine (#64), Terry Labonte (#44), Chad Chaffin (#84), Philip Morris (#01), Brad Baker (#7), Andy Kirby (#28), Brad Loney (#90), Freddie Query (#68), Jeff Finley (#65), Jason Rudd (#81), Bobby Hamilton, Jr. (#95), Johnny Benson (#33)

First Union 200[edit]

The First Union 200 was held May 23 at Nazareth Speedway. Jeff Green won the pole. The race was shortened to 168 laps due to darkness.

Top Ten Results

  1. 17-Matt Kenseth
  2. 3-Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
  3. 36-Tim Fedewa
  4. 93-Dave Blaney
  5. 45-Adam Petty
  6. 4-Jeff Purvis
  7. 32-Jeff Green
  8. 13-Ted Christopher
  9. 10-Phil Parsons
  10. 53-Hank Parker Jr.

Failed to qualify: Wayne Grubb (#83), Joey McCarthy (#41), Chad Chaffin (#84), J. D. Gibbs (#8N), Andy Kirby (#28), Bryan Wall (#77N), Dennis Demers (#86N), Mike Olsen (#61N)

Carquest Auto Parts 300[edit]

The Carquest Auto Parts 300 was held May 29 at Lowe's Motor Speedway. David Green won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 60-Mark Martin
  2. 3-Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
  3. 17-Matt Kenseth
  4. 9-Jeff Burton
  5. 21-Michael Waltrip
  6. 54-Brett Bodine
  7. 63-Chuck Bown
  8. 98-Elton Sawyer
  9. 66-Todd Bodine
  10. 32-Jeff Green

Failed to qualify: Terry Labonte (#44), Glenn Allen Jr. (#38), Jerry Nadeau (#90), Geoffrey Bodine (#64), Mike Wallace (#33), Bobby Hillin, Jr. (#8), Philip Morris (#01), Jeff Fuller (#89), Kenny Irwin, Jr. (#11), Tony Roper (#61), Larry Pearson (#00), Ed Berrier (#77), Mike Dillon (#59), Jim Bown (#65), Steve Grissom (#22), Lyndon Amick (#35), Andy Kirby (#28), Nathan Buttke (#30), Joe Buford (#7), Jeff Krogh (#56), Jimmy Kitchens (#55), Doug Reid III (#97)

MBNA Platinum 200[edit]

The MBNA Platinum 200 was held June 5 at Dover International Speedway. Dick Trickle won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 3-Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
  2. 02-Ward Burton
  3. 66-Todd Bodine
  4. 41-David Green
  5. 5-Dick Trickle
  6. 37-Kevin Grubb
  7. 32-Jeff Green
  8. 93-Dave Blaney
  9. 98-Elton Sawyer
  10. 57-Jason Keller

Failed to qualify: Andy Santerre (#47), Jerry Glanville (#81), Brad Loney (#90), Hermie Sadler (#72), Joey McCarthy (#41), John Preston (#12), Hank Parker Jr. (#53), Lyndon Amick (#35)

Textilease/Medique 300[edit]

The Textilease/Medique 300 was held June 12 at South Boston Speedway. Dale Earnhardt Jr. won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 3-Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  2. 32-Jeff Green
  3. 53-Hank Parker Jr.
  4. 4-Jeff Purvis
  5. 36-Tim Fedewa
  6. 17-Matt Kenseth
  7. 01-Philip Morris
  8. 61-Tony Roper
  9. 74-Tony Raines
  10. 27-Casey Atwood

Failed to qualify: Greg Marlowe (#92), Jeff Krogh (#56), R.D. Smith (#79), Curtis Markham (#33), Andy Santerre (#47), Stanton Barrett (#40), Shane Hall (#43), Glenn Allen, Jr. (#38), Ed Berrier (#77), Andy Kirby (#28)

Lysol 200[edit]

The Lysol 200 was held June 27 at Watkins Glen International. Ron Fellows won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 3-Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
  2. 87-Ron Fellows
  3. 34-Mike McLaughlin
  4. 12-Jack Baldwin
  5. 57-Jason Keller
  6. 40-Butch Miller
  7. 59-Mike Dillon
  8. 93-Dave Blaney
  9. 66-Todd Bodine
  10. 53-Hank Parker Jr.

Failed to qualify: Jeff Krogh (#56), Eric Bodine (#21N), Stacy Compton (#28), J. D. Gibbs (#8N), Louis Rettenmeier (#59N), Ted Christopher (#13)

DieHard 250[edit]

The DieHard 250 was held July 4 at The Milwaukee Mile. Casey Atwood won the pole. During the final practice for this race, Jeff Krogh crashed and suffered near-fatal injuries. He has since recovered, although he has not run a NASCAR race since. This was Casey Atwood's first career Busch Series victory as he moved Jeff Green out of the way on the final turn, final lap.

Top Ten Results

  1. 27-Casey Atwood
  2. 32-Jeff Green
  3. 3-Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
  4. 38-Glenn Allen Jr.
  5. 17-Matt Kenseth
  6. 93-Dave Blaney
  7. 92-Jimmie Johnson
  8. 66-Todd Bodine
  9. 5-Dick Trickle
  10. 61-Tony Roper

Failed to qualify: Mario Gosselin (#15), Bobby Dotter (#08), Rick Beebe (#82), Dennis Setzer (#11), Stacy Compton (#19), Jerry Glanville (#81), Mel Walen (#58), Brad Loney (#90)

Myrtle Beach 250[edit]

The Myrtle Beach 250 was held July 17 at Myrtle Beach Speedway. Dale Earnhardt, Jr. won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 32-Jeff Green
  2. 1-Randy LaJoie
  3. 17-Matt Kenseth
  4. 43-Shane Hall
  5. 90-Brad Loney
  6. 66-Todd Bodine
  7. 98-Elton Sawyer
  8. 57-Jason Keller
  9. 10-Phil Parsons
  10. 4-Jeff Purvis

Failed to qualify: Philip Morris (#01), Glenn Allen Jr. (#38), Chad Chaffin (#84), Mark Green (#50), Andy Santerre (#47), Curtis Markham (#72), Adam Petty (#45), Bobby Hamilton, Jr. (#63), Mario Gosselin (#58), Greg Marlowe (#92), Andy Kirby (#28), Kevin Grubb (#37), Ed Spencer III (#12), R.D. Smith (#79)

NAPA Autocare 250[edit]

The NAPA Autocare 250 was held July 24 at Pikes Peak International Raceway. Dave Blaney won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 47-Andy Santerre
  2. 36-Tim Fedewa
  3. 66-Todd Bodine
  4. 32-Jeff Green
  5. 4-Jeff Purvis
  6. 5-Dick Trickle
  7. 17-Matt Kenseth
  8. 98-Elton Sawyer
  9. 27-Casey Atwood
  10. 10-Phil Parsons

Failed to qualify: Scott Gaylord (#52), Jerry Glanville (#81), Chad Chaffin (#16)

Carquest Auto Parts 250[edit]

The Carquest Auto Parts 250 was held July 31 at Gateway International Raceway. Casey Atwood won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 3-Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
  2. 1-Randy LaJoie
  3. 87-Joe Nemechek
  4. 32-Jeff Green
  5. 57-Jason Keller
  6. 17-Matt Kenseth
  7. 27-Casey Atwood
  8. 93-Dave Blaney
  9. 34-Mike McLaughlin
  10. 66-Todd Bodine

Failed to qualify: Gary Bradberry (#28), Ted Smokstad (#19), Eric Jones (#70), Gus Wasson (#96), Mel Walen (#58), Lyndon Amick (#35)

Kroger 200 Presented by Fifth Third Bank[edit]

The Kroger 200 was held August 6 at Indianapolis Raceway Park. Jason Keller won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 57-Jason Keller
  2. 66-Todd Bodine
  3. 32-Jeff Green
  4. 17-Matt Kenseth
  5. 3-Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
  6. 4-Jeff Purvis
  7. 36-Tim Fedewa
  8. 98-Elton Sawyer
  9. 40-Butch Miller
  10. 74-Tony Raines

Failed to qualify: Brad Baker (#7), Brad Loney (#90), Tony Roper (#61), D.J. Hoelzle (#55), Greg Marlowe (#92), Gus Wasson (#96)

NAPA 200[edit]

The NAPA 200 was held August 21 at Michigan International Speedway. Dave Blaney won the pole. During a practice session for this race, Ernie Irvan crashed in turn 4 and suffered serious injuries. This forced him into early retirement.

Top Ten Results

  1. 3-Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
  2. 24-Jeff Gordon
  3. 93-Dave Blaney
  4. 02-Ward Burton
  5. 60-Mark Martin
  6. 21-Michael Waltrip
  7. 9-Jeff Burton
  8. 12-Jimmy Spencer
  9. 77-Kevin Lepage
  10. 4-Jeff Purvis

Failed to qualify: Curtis Markham (#72), Ted Musgrave (#82), Hank Parker Jr. (#53), Phil Parsons (#10), Tony Roper (#61), Tim Fedewa (#36), Bobby Hillin, Jr. (#8), Butch Miller (#40), Wayne Grubb (#83), Greg Sacks (#90), Ricky Craven (#47), Chad Chaffin (#16), Glenn Allen Jr. (#38), Ernie Irvan (#84), Gus Wasson (#96), Ted Christopher (#13), Matt Hutter (#99)

Food City 250[edit]

The Food City 250 was held August 27 at Bristol Motor Speedway. Jeff Green won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 17-Matt Kenseth
  2. 21-Michael Waltrip
  3. 3-Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
  4. 14-Sterling Marlin
  5. 66-Todd Bodine
  6. 25-Kenny Wallace
  7. 98-Elton Sawyer
  8. 44-Terry Labonte
  9. 93-Dave Blaney
  10. 8-Bobby Hillin, Jr.

Failed to qualify: Steve Grissom (#22), Kevin Lepage (#99), Tony Roper (#61), Hermie Sadler (#33), Kenny Irwin Jr. (#11), Bobby Hamilton, Jr. (#63), Butch Miller (#40), Glenn Allen, Jr. (#38), Hank Parker Jr. (#53), Carl Long (#95), Kelly Denton (#75), Kerry Earnhardt (#76)

Dura Lube 200[edit]

The Dura Lube 200 was held September 4 at Darlington Raceway. Ward Burton won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 60-Mark Martin
  2. 93-Dave Blaney
  3. 17-Matt Kenseth
  4. 02-Ward Burton
  5. 87-Joe Nemechek
  6. 25-Kenny Wallace
  7. 9-Jeff Burton
  8. 4-Jeff Purvis
  9. 14-Sterling Marlin
  10. 66-Todd Bodine

Failed to qualify: Hermie Sadler (#33), Ted Musgrave (#40), Kevin Harvick (#2), Terry Labonte (#44), Greg Sacks (#90), Curtis Markham (#72), Andy Santerre (#47), Lyndon Amick (#88), Ed Berrier (#55), Kerry Earnhardt (#7), Tom Hubert (#15)

Autolite Platinum 250[edit]

The Autolite Platinum 250 was held September 10 at Richmond International Raceway. Jeff Burton won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 3-Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
  2. 60-Mark Martin
  3. 12-Jimmy Spencer
  4. 25-Kenny Wallace
  5. 37-Kevin Grubb
  6. 35-Elliott Sadler
  7. 41-David Green
  8. 4-Jeff Purvis
  9. 77-Chad Chaffin
  10. 57-Jason Keller

Failed to qualify: Michael Waltrip (#21), Ricky Hendrick (#24), Brett Bodine (#54), Brad Loney (#90), Michael Ritch (#55), Kenny Irwin, Jr. (#11), Philip Morris (#01), Hut Stricklin (#38), Ted Christopher (#13), R.D. Smith (#79), Jason Rudd (#81), Jimmy Kitchens (#7), Jason White (#28), Mario Gosselin (#58), Hal Goodson (#39), Hank Parker Jr. (#53)

MBNA Gold 200[edit]

The MBNA Gold 200 was held September 25 at Dover International Speedway. Matt Kenseth won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 27-Casey Atwood
  2. 1-Randy LaJoie
  3. 32-Jeff Green
  4. 74-Tony Raines
  5. 11-Kenny Irwin, Jr.
  6. 25-Kenny Wallace
  7. 46-David Green
  8. 10-Phil Parsons
  9. 34-Mike McLaughlin
  10. 00-Buckshot Jones

Failed to qualify: Jason Leffler (#18), Kelly Denton (#75), Lance Hooper (#23), Rich Bickle (#63), Joey McCarthy (#41), Michael Ritch (#55), Ted Christopher (#13), Jimmy Kitchens (#7), Ken Alexander (#03)

All Pro Bumper to Bumper 300[edit]

The All Pro Bumper to Bumper 300 was held October 9 at Lowe's Motor Speedway. Matt Kenseth won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 21-Michael Waltrip
  2. 24-Jeff Gordon
  3. 34-Mike McLaughlin
  4. 12-Jimmy Spencer
  5. 3-Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
  6. 02-Ward Burton
  7. 17-Matt Kenseth
  8. 87-Joe Nemechek
  9. 66-Todd Bodine
  10. 19-Mike Skinner

Failed to qualify: Brett Bodine (#54), Hermie Sadler (#47), Curtis Markham (#72), Kelly Denton (#75), Rich Bickle (#91), Robert Pressley (#61), Ken Schrader (#15), Bobby Hillin, Jr. (#8), Chad Chaffin (#77), Kenny Irwin, Jr. (#11), Derrike Cope (#89), Ed Berrier (#78), Mike Garvey (#09), Elliott Sadler (#35), Morgan Shepherd (#7), Wayne Grubb (#83), Joe Buford (#95), Kevin Schwantz (#65), Gary Bradberry (#86), Adam Petty (#45)

Kmart 200[edit]

The Kmart 200 was held October 23 at North Carolina Speedway. Mark Martin won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 60-Mark Martin
  2. 32-Jeff Green
  3. 93-Dave Blaney
  4. 17-Matt Kenseth
  5. 66-Todd Bodine
  6. 33-Johnny Benson
  7. 25-Kenny Wallace
  8. 57-Jason Keller
  9. 41-David Green
  10. 61-Morgan Shepherd

Failed to qualify: Hut Stricklin (#38), Ken Schrader (#15), Sterling Marlin (#14), Rich Bickle (#91), Lance Hooper (#23), Jimmy Hensley (#83), Mike Borkowski (#02), Hermie Sadler (#47), Johnny Chapman (#73), Greg Biffle (#19), Ed Berrier (#63), Kelly Moore (#48), Mike Laughlin, Jr. (#94), Philip Morris (#01)

Sam's Town 250[edit]

The inaugural Sam's Town 250 was held October 30 at Memphis Motorsports Park. Jeff Green won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 32-Jeff Green
  2. 3-Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
  3. 98-Elton Sawyer
  4. 66-Todd Bodine
  5. 45-Adam Petty
  6. 5-Dick Trickle
  7. 34-Mike McLaughlin
  8. 37-Kevin Grubb
  9. 36-Tim Fedewa
  10. 35-Lyndon Amick

Failed to qualify: J. D. Gibbs (#42), Jimmy Spencer (#12), Jimmy Morales (#82), Kenny Wallace (#25), Brad Baker (#7), Ricky Hendrick (#24), Joe Buford (#67), Brian Smith (#76), R.D. Smith (#13), Kevin Lepage (#99), Sean Studer (#68), Ron Young (#71), Kelly Moore (#48), Kevin Ray (#95), Mike Garvey (#09), Kelly Denton (#75)

Outback Steakhouse 200[edit]

The Outback Steakhouse 200 was held November 6 at Phoenix International Raceway. Ken Schrader won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 24-Jeff Gordon
  2. 3-Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
  3. 12-Jimmy Spencer
  4. 9-Jeff Burton
  5. 25-Kenny Wallace
  6. 31-Ron Hornaday
  7. 15-Ken Schrader
  8. 17-Matt Kenseth
  9. 66-Todd Bodine
  10. 00-Buckshot Jones

Failed to qualify: Joe Nemechek (#87), Bobby Hamilton (#80), Jimmy Hensley (#83), Greg Sacks (#90), Jimmy Morales (#14), Dave Steele (#82), Damon Lusk (#70)

HotWheels.com 300[edit]

The HotWheels.com 300 was held November 13 at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Hut Stricklin won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 87-Joe Nemechek
  2. 3-Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
  3. 12-Jimmy Spencer
  4. 53-Hank Parker Jr.
  5. 32-Jeff Green
  6. 99-Kevin Lepage
  7. 41-David Green
  8. 9-Jeff Burton
  9. 22-Bobby Hamilton, Jr.
  10. 02-Ward Burton

Failed to qualify: Mike Garvey (#09), Greg Sacks (#90), Ron Young (#71), Ted Christopher (#28), John Preston (#89), Bobby Hamilton (#80), Morgan Shepherd (#76), Barry Bodine (#6), Steve Park (#84), Wayne Grubb (#83), Mark Green (#50), Sean Studer (#68), Joe Buford (#7), Jimmy Morales (#82), Randy MacDonald (#54), Curtis Markham (#63), Andy Santerre (#44), Kevin Grubb (#37), Johnny Chapman (#73), Derek Gilcrest (#15)

Final Points Standings[edit]

  1. Dale Earnhardt, Jr. - 4647
  2. Jeff Green - 4367
  3. Matt Kenseth - 4327
  4. Todd Bodine - 4029
  5. Elton Sawyer - 3891
  6. Jeff Purvis - 3658
  7. Dave Blaney - 3582
  8. Jason Keller - 3537
  9. Mike McLaughlin - 3478
  10. Randy LaJoie - 3379
  11. Dick Trickle - 3154
  12. Tony Raines - 3142
  13. Casey Atwood - 3134
  14. Tim Fedewa - 2989
  15. Phil Parsons - 2951
  16. Mike Dillon - 2795
  17. Kevin Grubb - 2607
  18. Hank Parker Jr. - 2559
  19. Bobby Hillin, Jr. - 2517
  20. Adam Petty - 2471
  21. Mark Green - 2419
  22. Jeff Fuller - 2280
  23. Kenny Wallace - 2167
  24. Shane Hall - 2154
  25. Jeff Burton - 2091
  26. Mark Martin - 2048
  27. David Green - 2010
  28. Buckshot Jones - 1889
  29. Michael Waltrip - 1762
  30. Terry Labonte - 1761
  31. Ed Berrier - 1705
  32. Glenn Allen, Jr. - 1692
  33. Joe Nemechek - 1485
  34. Lyndon Amick - 1483
  35. Kevin Lepage - 1476
  36. Elliott Sadler - 1454
  37. Hermie Sadler - 1449
  38. Chuck Bown - 1370
  39. Bobby Hamilton, Jr. - 1351
  40. Brad Loney - 1306
  41. Tony Roper - 1284
  42. Ken Schrader - 1270
  43. Jimmy Spencer - 1197
  44. Mike Skinner - 1195
  45. Wayne Grubb - 1187
  46. Johnny Benson - 1173
  47. Geoffrey Bodine - 1093
  48. Stanton Barrett - 1074
  49. Larry Pearson - 1032
  50. Jeff Krogh - 960

Rookie of the Year[edit]

The winner of the 1999 rookie battle was Tony Raines, a former American Speed Association champion. He had three top-ten finishes en route to a twelfth place finish in points. Hank Parker Jr. was the runner-up in his second bid for the award, while fourth-generation driver and preseason favorite Adam Petty struggled with consistency and finished third. Bobby Hamilton Jr. and Tony Roper spent the season bouncing from ride to ride, and were unable to make a strong threat for the award. Kelly Denton, Philip Morris, Kerry Earnhardt, and Skip Smith all declared for the ROTY award, but could not mount a full-season attempt.

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