Eric Holmes

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This article is about the NASCAR champion. For the game designer, see Eric Holmes (videogame designer).

Eric Holmes (born October 16, 1974) in Escalon, California), is an American race car driver and three time K&N Pro Series West champion. He currently drives for Bill McAnally in the #20 NAPA Auto Parts Toyota in the K&N Pro Series West.

Racing career[edit]

After running in local sanctioned NASCAR tracks with his father and finishing seconded in the NASCAR SouthWest Tour He made his K&N Pro Series debut in 1997. He won his first career race at Thunderhill Raceway Park in 2006 in his first full year he had four poles and 9 top fives winning his first championship. In 2007 he won the event at Altamont Raceway Park. In 2008 he won at All-American Speedway, Colorado National Speedway, Thunderhill Raceway Park and Douglas County Speedway winning his second championship along with five poles and nine top fives. During the 2009 season he won at All-American Speedway, Madera Speedway and Douglas County Speedway finishing in second in points. For 2010 he got a record high 5 wins and clinched his third championship with victories at Phoenix International Raceway his third straight at Douglas County Speedway, Montana Raceway Park, Colorado National Speedway and third win at All-American Speedway.

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Mike Duncan
NASCAR AutoZone West Series Champion
2006
Succeeded by
Mike David
Preceded by
Mike David
NASCAR Camping World West Series Champion
2008
Succeeded by
Jason Bowles
Preceded by
Jason Bowles
NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Champion
2010
Succeeded by
Greg Pursley