Dorsey Schroeder

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Dorsey Schroeder
Born (1953-02-05) February 5, 1953 (age 61)
United States Missouri
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series career
9 races
Best finish 55th - 1996 (Winston Cup)
First race 1991 Bud at The Glen (Watkins Glen)
Last race 2001 Dodge/Save Mart 350 (Sonoma)

Dorsey Schroeder is a race car driver born February 5, 1953 in Kirkwood, Missouri. Dorsey currently lives in Florida with his wife Kim and daughter Carissa Schroeder from his second marriage. He owns a seasonal restaurant in Osage Beach, Missouri called "Dorsey's Pit Stop".

Dorsey was a successful sports car driver for a number of seasons in the Trans-Am series, winning the championship in 1989.[1] He also competed in a number of Grand-Am and American Le Mans series events, at one point competing for Dave Maraj's Champion Racing team that won the 2005 24 Hours of Le Mans.[2] He was also known as a NASCAR "road course ringer", who made a few starts substituting for less-qualified drivers at Sears Point Raceway and Watkins Glen International.[3] He is currently a color analyst for Fox Sports 1's coverage of the United SportsCar Championship and was previously a color analyst for Speed Channel's television broadcast of the Rolex Sports Car Series and American Le Mans Series.[4]

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  1. ^ "ST. LOUISAN WINS TRANS-AM EVENT". St. Louis Post-Dispatch. 1989-09-03. p. 12F. 
  2. ^ Alm, Richard (2001-03-03). "The Dallas Morning News Sports Business Column". Dallas Morning News. 
  3. ^ Jenkins, Chris (2001-06-22). "Winston Cup hits the road Jeff Gordon has won 3 in a row at Sears Point". USA TODAY. p. 13C. 
  4. ^ Cain, Holly (2003-02-20). "Trans-Am Series Looking To The Future". Tampa Tribune. p. 8. 

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