Tobey Butler

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Tobey Butler
Tobey Butler Purolator.jpg
Born (1959-12-23) December 23, 1959 (age 54)
Kirkland, Washington, United States
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series career
39 race(s) run over 3 year(s)
Best finish 10th - 1995
First race 1995 Copper World Classic (Phoenix)
Last race 1997 GM Goodwrench / Delco 300 (Phoenix)
Wins Top tens Poles
0 9 1

Tobey Butler is a former NASCAR driver. He finished in the top-10 in points in the inaugural year of the Craftsman Truck Series and then did a limited schedule.

Butler was one of the drivers who participated in the 1994 exhibition races the CTS held in preparation for 1995, the series' first full season. Butler signed to drive #21 Ortho Ford. He had five top-10 finishes in the twenty race schedule, his best finishes being a pair of 4th places at Louisville and Portland, and finished 10th place in points.

In 1996, Butler was forced out of the #21 racetruck and ended up doing a six-race schedule for Ken Schrader's #52 team. In his first outing with the team at Evergreen, Butler won his first career pole and went on to finish sixth. In the other five races, he would tack on two more top-10 finishes. A sixth at Phoenix would match the Evergreen run.

Butler moved around in 1997, ending up running for Schrader and the #60 TKO Motorsports team. He struggled in the races for Schrader. In ten starts with that team, he only had one top ten finish: 9th at Portland. This led to his release from the TKO team. In three races with that team, he managed a pair of twelfth place runs. He has not raced in NASCAR since.

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