David Gilliland

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David Gilliland
TSM350 - David Gilliland - 2015 - Stierch.jpg
Gilliland at the 2015 Toyota/Save Mart 350
Born (1976-04-01) April 1, 1976 (age 42)
Riverside, California
Achievements2007 Daytona 500 Pole Winner
Awards2004 NASCAR West Series Rookie of the Year
Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series career
333 races run over 12 years
Car no., teamNo. 92 (RBR Enterprises)
2018 position54th
Best finish26th (2013)
First race2006 Dodge/Save Mart 350 (Sonoma)
Last race2018 Daytona 500 (Daytona)
Wins Top tens Poles
0 8 3
NASCAR Xfinity Series career
56 races run over 6 years
2010 position48th
Best finish39th (2007)
First race2005 Bashas' Supermarkets 200 (Phoenix)
Last race2010 Ford 300 (Homestead)
First win2006 Meijer 300 (Kentucky)
Wins Top tens Poles
1 3 0
NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series career
15 races run over 4 years
Truck no., teamNos. 4/51 (Kyle Busch Motorsports)
Nos. 17/54 (DGR-Crosley)
2018 position29th
Best finish29th (2018)
First race2005 Las Vegas 350 (Las Vegas)
Last race2018 JAG Metals 350 (Texas)
Wins Top tens Poles
0 6 2
Statistics current as of November 18, 2018.

David Gilliland (born April 1, 1976) is an American professional stock car racing driver and team owner. He competes part-time in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, driving the No. 92 Ford Fusion for RBR Enterprises, and part-time in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, driving the Nos. 4 and 51 Toyota Tundras for Kyle Busch Motorsports, and the Nos. 17 and 54 Tundras for DGR-Crosley. Born in Riverside, California, he is the son of former Cup and Winston West driver Butch Gilliland, and the father of NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver Todd Gilliland.

Gilliland's only win in the NASCAR Xfinity Series in considered one of the biggest racing upsets of all time. Gilliland later won a Daytona 500 pole, one of two poles he collected at the famed Daytona International Speedway overall.

Racing career[edit]

NASCAR[edit]

Regional series[edit]

In 1996, he began working on his father's Winston West Series (now K&N Pro Series West) team. By 1999, Gilliland won the track championship at Perris Auto Speedway (a dirt track). Then, the following year he began a limited season in the AutoZone West Series. In 2003, Gilliland won five races in the NASCAR AutoZone Elite Division, Southwest Series, in the No. 11 Centrifugal Technologies Chevrolet. He finished the season with five top-fives and eight top-tens and a sixth-place finish in points.

In 2004, Gilliland announced plans to run the full schedule in the NASCAR AutoZone Elite Division, Southwest Series, in the No. 88 Chevrolet for MRG Motorsports and all non-conflicting NASCAR Grand National Division, West Series (now AutoZone West), races. He got his first AutoZone West win at Mesa Marin Raceway. He was then named NASCAR Grand National Division, West Series Rookie of the Year. He also had two victories in the NASCAR AutoZone Elite Division, Southwest Series.

National series[edit]

Gilliland made his first attempt at a major NASCAR race in 2003, at the Las Vegas 350 in the Craftsman Truck Series, but failed to qualify. He announced that Clay Andrews Racing would form in mid-2005. Gilliland made his Busch Series debut at Phoenix, qualifying 28th. However, he was involved with an early crash and finished 43rd. Gilliland made the other Phoenix race later in the year, but had the same result. He was 43rd after ignition troubles. Also, he ran the No. 15 Billy Ballew Motorsports Chevy at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in the Craftsman Truck Series with a 22nd-place finish.

Meanwhile, Gilliland raced in the Grand National Division in 2005 and won the Toyota All-Star Showdown in 2005 when apparent winner Mike Olsen was disqualified for light wheels wider than regulation.[1] The win brought Gilliland to the attention of Busch and Cup series team owners.

Gilliland began running the No. 84 Clay Andrews Chevy part-time in 2006, during which time he was mentored by former Sprint Cup race winner Jerry Nadeau. Gilliland, however, struggled to finish races, earning a best result of 29th in his first four starts of the year. However, in his next outing, Gilliland scored his first career Busch Series win at Kentucky on June 17. Gilliland drove the No. 84 Hype Manufacturing Chevrolet to victory, becoming the first driver of 2006 to win a Busch race who was not also running a full-time Nextel Cup schedule. FX television announcer Hermie Sadler called the victory "the biggest upset in Busch Series history".

Monster Energy Cup Series[edit]

Gilliland’s 2007 M&Ms car
Gilliland in his 2013 Long John Silvers car

Gilliland made his first attempt to make a Cup race in June 2006 at Infineon Raceway in Sonoma, California, in the No. 72 Dutch Quality Stone Chevy for CJM Racing, qualifying 31st, and finishing 32nd. In August 2006, Gilliland replaced Elliott Sadler as the driver of the M&Ms/Mars-sponsored No. 38 Ford in the NEXTEL Cup Series for Yates Racing. On October 7, he qualified on the pole for the UAW Ford 500 at Talladega Superspeedway, the first pole of his career in the Cup Series.

Gilliland went full-time in the No. 38 car in 2007 with M&M’s and Mars returning. However, Mars decided before the 2007 season to move its 2008 sponsorship to teammate Ricky Rudd’s 2007 ride at Yates, in preparation for moving to Kyle Busch in 2008. This meant Gilliland needed to impress in 2007 to attract a sponsor for the No. 38.

Gilliland started the season with a bang, winning his second career pole at the 2007 Daytona 500, his first points-paying race at the track. In the race itself, Gilliland finished 8th. Gilliland also drove part-time in the Busch Series for Team Rensi Motorsports with a sponsorship from FreeCreditReport.com in 2007, splitting the driving duties at Rensi with rookie Richard Johns. His best finish in Busch was a tenth at Daytona.

In qualifying for the 2007 Aaron's 499 at Talladega on April 28, Gilliland recorded a speed of 192.069 miles per hour (309.105 km/h), which was identical to Jeff Gordon for the pole position. As Gordon had the points lead at the time of the race, Gilliland started the race in second, giving the pole to Gordon.[2] Gilliland finished 28th in the Cup standings in 2007, recording two top-10s in his rookie season.

In 2008, Gilliland’s Busch Series sponsor FreeCreditReport.com, and Yates’ Busch Series sponsor Citi Financial became the new sponsors of the No. 38 Cup car. He also ran three Nationwide Series races, one for Travis Carter and Carl Haas, and two for Mike Curb and Gary Baker. Gilliland recorded a career-best second-place finish in Cup at Sonoma Raceway. Kyle Busch won the race with Gilliland’s old sponsor, M&M’s, as Gilliland finished runner-up in his FreeCreditReport.com Ford. At Texas in the fall, Gilliland was penalized by NASCAR for wrecking Juan Pablo Montoya. Gilliland again had two top 10 finishes in 2008, improving slightly to 27th in points.

In January 2009, his No. 38 Sprint Cup team was closed due to a lack of sponsorship and his points from 2008 were moved to the Hall of Fame Racing team of Bobby Labonte.

After sitting out the 2009 Daytona 500 without a ride, he was hired by TRG Motorsports for the rest of the 2009 season to drive the No. 71 Toyota, with sponsorship from TaxSlayer, Capital Window and American Monster. However the season proved tough as TRG was short on funding by May, forcing Gilliland start and park on several occasions. In August, Gilliland failed to qualify a second TRG car, the No. 70, at Watkins Glen. By September Labonte was now part-time at Hall of Fame and it was announced he would bring much-needed funding to TRG in 7 of the final 12 races, replacing Gilliland who would not have been able to run full races. Gilliland did run the other five races for TRG in the No. 71 with limited funding.

Gilliland then landed a 3-race deal to drive a new part-time fourth Joe Gibbs Racing car, the No. 02 Farm Bureau Insurance Toyota.

In addition to his part-time rides at the No. 02 and the No. 71, in the second half of 2009 Gilliland also ran one race each in Cup for the Wood Brothers, in the iconic No. 21 Ford, for Robby Gordon in his No. 7 Toyota, and for Phoenix Racing in the No. 09 Chevy, also running several Nationwide Series races for Phoenix. Gilliland also failed to qualify a Gordon-owned No. 04 Toyota at Kansas. At California in October, Gilliland relieved a sick Kyle Busch after parking the TRG car.

Gilliland managed to attempt all but two races in 2009 (the 500 and the fall Loudon race), salvaging 37th in points despite running for so many different teams. His best finish was a 14th at Las Vegas in the No. 71, with a 19th place at Atlanta in the Wood Brothers No. 21 being his second-best run of 2009.

In 2010, Gilliland began the season with BAM Racing in the No. 49 after the team took the 2009 season off. However the team failed to qualify for the Daytona 500 and shut down for good. Left without a ride, Gilliland ended up attempting every remaining race in one of Front Row Motorsports’ three Fords, either the No. 34, the No. 37, or the No. 38; missing the show at Indy in the No. 38. He was sponsored by Taco Bell in most races. Gilliland’s best finishes in 2010 came at Martinsville and Sonoma, a 19th at both tracks. After having his initial ride shut down for the second straight season, Gilliland again scrambled to finish 32nd in points.

In 2011, Gilliland began driving FRM’s No. 34 Taco Bell Ford full-time. He finished 3rd in the 2011 Daytona 500, the team’s best finish in a race to that point, and Gilliland’s second-best finish in Cup. Gilliland recorded 2 top-10 finishes in 2011, and ended up 30th in Cup points.

For 2012, Gilliland moved to the team's No. 38 car.[3] Gilliland’s primary sponsor was Long John Silvers, and his team later received a multi-race sponsorship from Modspace for the 2012 season. Gilliland nearly finished 3rd in the Daytona 500 for the second straight year, but a late red flag was lifted and Gilliland was shuffled back to 23rd. Gilliland had a best finish of 13th, and wound up 30th in the standing for a second consecutive year.

In 2013, Gilliland returned to the No. 38 Ford, with Love’s Travel Stops coming on board to join Long John Silvers on the car. At the spring Talladega race, Gilliland pushed FRM teammate David Ragan to victory in a green-white-checkered finish that saw Gilliland tie his career-best finish of second, giving FRM a one-two finish in the race, the first in team history[4] Gilliland recorded 2 top-10 finishes in 2013, finishing 26th in points, the best Cup points finish of Gilliland’s career.

Gilliland returned once again to the No. 38 in 2014, with Love’s now as the primary sponsor on his Ford. Gilliland won the pole for the 2014 Coke Zero 400, with a lap speed of 199.322 miles per hour (320.778 km/h) his first pole since 2007, after he won the first round of qualifying and rain prevented further rounds.[5] It was the first pole for the Front Row Motorsports team. However, Gilliland did retreat back to 30th in points once again.

Gilliland’s MDS Ford in 2015 at New Hampshire

Gilliland was back in the No. 38 Love’s Ford in 2015. He also returned to the Truck Series for a part-time schedule in the No. 92 Ricky Benton Racing Ford, where he recorded two top-10s. In the Cup Series, Gilliland finished 11th at the season opening Daytona 500. His second-best finish was an 18th place at Bristol, and Gilliland finished 32nd in driver points. 2015 would turn out to be Gilliland’s final full season in NASCAR.

Gilliland was replaced by Landon Cassill in 2016,[6] but returned to FRM for the Daytona 500 in the No. 35.[7] However, he failed to qualify for the race.[8] Though the 500 was only supposed to be a one race deal, Gilliland and Front Row announced plans to run at Talladega in April. Gilliland qualified the race beating Josh Wise, and finished 17th after running in the top-3 in the final two laps. The two starts in the No. 35 were Gilliland’s only appearances in the 2016 Cup season.

In 2017 Gilliland did not race in Cup, or any NASCAR series for that matter.

On January 17, 2018, it was announced that Gilliland joined Ricky Benton Racing to attempt the Daytona 500 in the No. 92 CarQuest Auto Parts Ford Fusion.[9] Gilliland, who had run for RBR in the Truck Series in 2015, had to go to a backup car for the 500 after wrecking out of the Duel race. However, Gilliland’s attention in 2018 mostly went to the Camping World Truck Series, where Gilliland is an owner and driver.

Post-Cup career[edit]

Gilliland will return to the Camping World Truck Series in 2018, participating in the NextEra Energy Resources 250 at Daytona as a substitute driver for his son Todd. Under NASCAR regulations, Todd Gilliland was ineligible to participate at any track larger than 1.25 miles until May 15, 2018 (his 18th birthday), and team owner Kyle Busch asked David to drive for his son in one of the four races where he was ineligible in 2018.[10] Gilliland also became a team owner in the Truck Series, partnering with Bo LeMastus to buy the assets of Red Horse Racing, with which the team DGR-Crosley was formed.[11] Gilliland ran a partial schedule in the team's No. 54 entry, running near the front of the field.[12]

Personal life[edit]

Gilliland was a high school golf teammate of Tiger Woods[13] at Western High School in Anaheim.

He is married to wife Michelle and the couple have two children, Todd and Taylor.

His son Todd has a racing career and on May 17, 2015, became the youngest winner in the history of ARCA at age 15 and 2 days with a win at Toledo Speedway. Todd followed it up with a win at the K&N Pro Series West race at Phoenix International Raceway, making three generations of the Gilliland family to have won in the series.

Motorsports career results[edit]

NASCAR[edit]

(key) (Bold – Pole position awarded by qualifying time. Italics – Pole position earned by points standings or practice time. * – Most laps led.)

Monster Energy Cup Series[edit]

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 MENCC Pts Ref
2006 CJM Racing 72 Dodge DAY CAL LVS ATL BRI MAR TEX PHO TAL RCH DAR CLT DOV POC MCH SON
32
DAY CHI NHA POC IND GLN 42nd 1178 [14]
Robert Yates Racing 38 Ford MCH
38
BRI
40
CAL
32
RCH
36
NHA
36
DOV
27
KAN
22
TAL
15
CLT
33
MAR
28
ATL
15
TEX
21
PHO
16
HOM
33
2007 DAY
8
CAL
25
LVS
21
ATL
30
BRI
41
MAR
39
TEX
19
PHO
35
TAL
4
RCH
42
DAR
30
CLT
35
DOV
29
POC
34
MCH
17
SON
25
NHA
28
DAY
11
CHI
16
IND
17
POC
39
GLN
33
MCH
28
BRI
30
CAL
25
RCH
22
NHA
39
DOV
24
KAN
34
TAL
27
CLT
25
MAR
25
ATL
42
TEX
28
PHO
28
HOM
32
28th 2924 [15]
2008 Yates Racing DAY
28
CAL
17
LVS
23
ATL
32
BRI
9
MAR
24
TEX
15
PHO
15
TAL
15
RCH
41
DAR
20
CLT
40
DOV
16
POC
16
MCH
27
SON
2
NHA
28
DAY
40
CHI
42
IND
20
POC
34
GLN
40
MCH
26
BRI
22
CAL
23
RCH
18
NHA
41
DOV
19
KAN
22
TAL
40
CLT
25
MAR
32
ATL
27
TEX
42
PHO
35
HOM
27
27th 3064 [16]
2009 TRG Motorsports 71 Chevy DAY CAL
33
LVS
14
ATL
24
BRI
36
MAR
36
TEX
29
PHO
33
TAL
40
RCH
39
DAR
43
CLT
27
DOV
43
POC
42
MCH
32
SON
32
NHA
40
DAY
40
CHI
42
IND
30
POC
41
MCH
40
BRI
39
DOV
39
CAL
42
MAR
39
TAL 37th 1928 [17]
70 GLN
DNQ
Wood Brothers Racing 21 Ford ATL
19
Robby Gordon Motorsports 7 Toyota RCH
24
NHA
04 KAN
DNQ
Joe Gibbs Racing 02 Toyota CLT
25
TEX
28
HOM
29
Phoenix Racing 09 Chevy PHO
30
2010 BAM Racing 49 Toyota DAY
DNQ
32nd 2445 [18]
Front Row Motorsports 38 Ford CAL
26
LVS
30
ATL
26
BRI
23
DAR
35
DOV
25
SON
19
IND
DNQ
GLN
27
BRI
26
DOV
30
CAL
20
CLT
28
TEX
29
37 MAR
19
PHO
32
TEX
29
TAL RCH
31
CLT
26
POC
33
MCH
35
NHA
35
DAY CHI
32
POC
30
MCH
36
ATL
20
RCH
37
NHA
33
KAN
32
MAR
37
TAL
33
PHO
38
HOM
25
2011 34 DAY
3
PHO
22
LVS
37
BRI
27
CAL
31
MAR
33
TEX
42
TAL
9
RCH
25
DAR
32
DOV
22
CLT
33
KAN
33
POC
29
MCH
29
SON
12
DAY
16
KEN
31
NHA
25
IND
33
POC
23
GLN
33
MCH
32
BRI
24
ATL
37
RCH
27
CHI
36
NHA
32
DOV
28
KAN
32
CLT
36
TAL
22
MAR
34
TEX
32
PHO
31
HOM
33
30th 572 [19]
2012 38 DAY
23
PHO
28
LVS
33
BRI
26
CAL
30
MAR
28
TEX
31
KAN
27
RCH
36
TAL
13
DAR
25
CLT
26
DOV
40
POC
23
MCH
27
SON
26
KEN
28
DAY
31
NHA
27
IND
27
POC
21
GLN
20
MCH
18
BRI
20
ATL
31
RCH
31
CHI
28
NHA
32
DOV
32
TAL
15
CLT
23
KAN
23
MAR
30
TEX
35
PHO
36
HOM
33
30th 605 [20]
2013 DAY
38
PHO
37
LVS
28
BRI
24
CAL
29
MAR
28
TEX
32
KAN
23
RCH
27
TAL
2
DAR
29
CLT
20
DOV
37
POC
24
MCH
22
SON
24
KEN
28
DAY
15
NHA
18
IND
35
POC
39
GLN
25
MCH
37
BRI
25
ATL
17
RCH
23
CHI
28
NHA
39
DOV
30
KAN
24
CLT
29
TAL
7
MAR
23
TEX
26
PHO
24
HOM
27
26th 648 [21]
2014 DAY
36
PHO
39
LVS
30
BRI
22
CAL
38
MAR
26
TEX
22
DAR
28
RCH
20
TAL
40
KAN
37
CLT
43
DOV
29
POC
28
MCH
26
SON
21
KEN
30
DAY
35
NHA
24
IND
36
POC
17
GLN
22
MCH
21
BRI
25
ATL
28
RCH
29
CHI
34
NHA
27
DOV
33
KAN
30
CLT
32
TAL
29
MAR
22
TEX
34
PHO
24
HOM
31
30th 554 [22]
2015 DAY
11
ATL
22
LVS
23
PHO
29
CAL
35
MAR
25
TEX
28
BRI
18
RCH
31
TAL
20
KAN
32
CLT
33
DOV
25
POC
27
MCH
42
SON
43
DAY
40
KEN
29
NHA
21
IND
29
POC
33
GLN
33
MCH
32
BRI
36
DAR
27
RCH
33
CHI
32
NHA
28
DOV
30
CLT
27
KAN
36
TAL
32
MAR
24
TEX
29
PHO
30
HOM
32
32nd 533 [23]
2016 35 DAY
DNQ
ATL LVS PHO CAL MAR TEX BRI RCH TAL
17
KAN DOV CLT POC MCH SON DAY
19
KEN NHA IND POC GLN BRI MCH DAR RCH CHI NHA DOV CLT KAN TAL
DNQ
MAR TEX PHO HOM 44th 46 [24]
2018 RBR Enterprises 92 Ford DAY
14
ATL LVS PHO CAL MAR TEX BRI RCH TAL DOV KAN CLT POC MCH SON CHI DAY KEN NHA POC GLN MCH BRI DAR IND LVS RCH CLT DOV TAL KAN MAR TEX PHO HOM 54th 01 [25]
Daytona 500[edit]
Year Team Manufacturer Start Finish
2007 Robert Yates Racing Ford 1 8
2008 Yates Racing 32 28
2010 BAM Racing Toyota DNQ
2011 Front Row Motorsports Ford 39 3
2012 33 23
2013 25 38
2014 17 36
2015 26 11
2016 DNQ
2018 RBR Enterprises Ford 39 14

Xfinity Series[edit]

NASCAR Nationwide Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 NNSC Pts Ref
2005 Golembeski Racing 54 Chevy DAY CAL MXC LVS ATL NSH BRI TEX PHO
43
TAL DAR RCH CLT DOV NSH KEN MLW DAY CHI NHA PPR GTY IRP GLN MCH BRI CAL RCH DOV KAN CLT MEM TEX 127th 68 [26]
Clay Andrews Racing 03 Chevy PHO
43
HOM
2006 84 DAY CAL
DNQ
MXC LVS
39
ATL BRI TEX
29
NSH PHO
33
TAL RCH
30
DAR CLT
DNQ
DOV NSH KEN
1
MLW DAY CHI
26
NHA MAR
36
GTY 56th 733 [27]
Robert Yates Racing 90 Ford IRP
29
GLN MCH BRI CAL RCH
30
DOV KAN CLT MEM TEX PHO HOM
2007 Team Rensi Motorsports 25 Ford DAY
20
CAL MXC
36
LVS
32
ATL
31
BRI
35
NSH TEX
26
PHO
16
TAL
37
RCH
20
DAR
33
CLT
27
DOV
29
NSH KEN MLW NHA
19
DAY
10
CHI
27
GTY IRP CGV GLN
16
MCH
29
BRI
41
CAL
18
RCH DOV KAN CLT MEM TEX PHO HOM 39th 1597 [28]
2008 Richardson-Haas Motorsports 14 Ford DAY
40
CAL LVS ATL BRI NSH TEX PHO MXC TAL RCH DAR CLT DOV NSH KEN MLW NHA DAY CHI GTY IRP CGV GLN 95th 191 [29]
Baker Curb Racing 27 Ford MCH
20
BRI CAL
31
RCH DOV KAN CLT MEM TEX PHO HOM
2009 Smith-Ganassi Racing 42 Dodge DAY CAL LVS BRI TEX NSH PHO TAL RCH DAR CLT
15
DOV NSH KEN MLW NHA DAY
27
CHI GTY IRP IOW GLN MCH BRI CGV ATL
15
RCH DOV 63rd 672 [30]
Phoenix Racing 1 Chevy KAN
19
CAL
8
CLT
19
MEM TEX PHO HOM
2010 D'Hondt Humphrey Motorsports 91 Chevy DAY CAL LVS BRI
42
NSH PHO
41
TEX
41
TAL RCH
39
DAR
41
DOV
43
CLT
41
NSH KEN ROA NHA
38
DAY CHI
39
GTY IRP IOW GLN MCH BRI
41
CGV DOV
38
KAN
41
CAL
36
CLT GTY TEX
40
PHO
39
HOM
40
48th 800 [31]
Smith-Ganassi Racing 42 Dodge ATL
17
RCH

Camping World Truck Series[edit]

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 NCWTC Pts Ref
2003 Midgley Racing 09 Chevy DAY DAR MMR MAR CLT DOV TEX MEM MLW KAN KEN GTW MCH IRP NSH BRI RCH NHA CAL LVS
DNQ
SBO TEX MAR PHO HOM NA - [32]
2005 Billy Ballew Motorsports 15 Chevy DAY CAL ATL MAR GTY MFD CLT DOV TEX MCH MLW KAN KEN MEM IRP NSH BRI RCH NHA LVS
22
MAR ATL TEX PHO HOM 79th 97 [33]
2009 TRG Motorsports 7 Chevy DAY CAL ATL MAR KAN CLT
6
DOV TEX MCH MLW MEM KEN IRP NSH BRI CHI IOW GTW NHA LVS MAR TAL TEX PHO 65th 208 [34]
ThorSport Racing 98 Chevy HOM
35
2015 RBR Enterprises 92 Ford DAY
6
ATL MAR
30
KAN CLT
27
DOV TEX GTW IOW KEN
7
ELD POC MCH BRI
13
MSP CHI NHA LVS TAL MAR
23
TEX PHO HOM
16
92nd 01 [35]
2018 Kyle Busch Motorsports 4 Toyota DAY
21
ATL LVS MAR -* -* [36]
DGR-Crosley 54 Toyota DOV
4
KAN CLT TEX IOW
4
GTW CHI KEN ELD POC MCH BRI MSP LVS
Kyle Busch Motorsports 51 Toyota TAL
3
MAR
DGR-Crosley 17 Toyota TEX
30
PHO HOM

* Season still in progress
1 Ineligible for series points

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