D'Hondt Humphrey Motorsports

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D'Hondt Humphrey Motorsports
Owner(s) Eddie D'Hondt
Randy Humphrey
Base Denver, North Carolina
Series Nationwide Series
ARCA RE/MAX Series
Race drivers 90. Danny O'Quinn, Jr.
91. David Gilliland
92. Kyle Busch
Career
Drivers' Championships 0

D'Hondt Humphrey Motorsports was a NASCAR Nationwide Series and ARCA team owned by Eddie D'Hondt and Randy Humphrey. The team most notably fielded the #90 and #91 cars in 2010.

NASCAR[edit]

D'Hondt entered NASCAR in 2007 as a partner in Riley-D'Hondt Motorsports with Bill and Bob Riley and Jim Matthews as co-owners. They made their debut at Richmond International Raceway in the Busch Series with Bobby Santos III qualifying seventh in the #91 Toyota Camry and finishing thirtieth. David Green drove the next three races in the 91 and had a best finish of eleventh before Santos drove the car at Loudon, starting 4th and finishing 33rd. Santos also drove two races in a second car, the #92, in two races but did not finish either of them. In addition, Marc Goossens drove in the Sprint Cup Series at Infineon Raceway, where he finished 36th. After the season, Riley left leaving D'Hondt as the sole owner. The team's only start in 2008 came at Watkins Glen International, where Kyle Busch finished second in the #92 Zippo Toyota.

In 2010, D'Hondt formed a partnership with Randy Humphery of Prism Motorsports and fielded two Nationwide entries that were owned by MSRP Motorsports, Prism's former nome de pleur. Danny O'Quinn, Jr. drove the #90 for 20 races and David Gilliland drove the #91 for 16 races, with Chase Miller driving the car for 7 races. Both teams started and parked for the season. Following the 2010 season, the team was not heard from again.

ARCA[edit]

On October 24, 2008, D'Hondt Motorsports announced 20 year-old female Alli Owens would drive for them part-time in the ARCA RE/MAX Series in 2009 with sponsorship from ElectrifyingCareers.com. Owens had career best finishes in 9 of the 10 races she ran for the team then left to join another team in October 2009.

On September 10, 2009 D'Hondt Motorsports announced that they would be running the ARCA RE/MAX Series race at Rockingham Speedway on October 11, debuting 17-year old Johanna Long, sponsored by Grandma Ruby's. They also announced that Owens would not be returning in 2010.

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