|Born||June 6, 1950
Charlotte, North Carolina
|Died||January 2, 2007(aged 56)|
|Occupation||CEO - Petro Express, Inc. & Carolina Petroleum Distributors|
In 1979 he started a wholesale petroleum distribution company called Carolina Petroleum Distributors. The company grew from a statewide distributor to regional. He also owned a chain of convenience stores called Petro Express.
He began racing in 1992, and he founded Shaver Motorsports. He competed in ARCA, SCCA, and the NASCAR Busch Series. He retired from racing in 2006 but continued to be an owner in ARCA, developing new drivers for bigger teams such as Joe Gibbs Racing developmental driver Aric Almirola. He usually drove the 49 car and owned the #2 ride in ARCA.
- "The Official Website of ARCA - Team Owner, Driver Dan Shaver Passes". Archived from the original on 2007-10-17. Retrieved 2007-10-29.
- Biography at ARCA's website, Retrieved January 8, 2007
- Obituary January 4, 2007 Charlotte Observer, Retrieved January 8, 2007
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