David Reutimann

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David Reutimann
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Reutimann in 2008
BornEmil David Reutimann
(1970-03-02) March 2, 1970 (age 48)
Zephyrhills, Florida
Achievements2009 Coca-Cola 600 Winner
Awards2004 Craftsman Truck Series Rookie of the Year
1997 Slim Jim All Pro Series Rookie of the Year
Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series career
235 races run over 8 years
2014 position51st
Best finish16th (2009)
First race2005 UAW-GM Quality 500 (Charlotte)
Last race2014 Toyota Owners 400 (Richmond)
First win2009 Coca-Cola 600 (Charlotte)
Last win2010 LifeLock.com 400 (Chicago)
Wins Top tens Poles
2 26 4
NASCAR Xfinity Series career
127 races run over 10 years
Best finish2nd (2007)
First race2002 Hardee's 250 (Richmond)
Last race2011 Food City 250 (Bristol)
First win2007 Sam's Town 250 (Memphis)
Wins Top tens Poles
1 45 3
NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series career
79 races run over 5 years
Best finish3rd (2006)
First race2004 Florida Dodge Dealers 250 (Daytona)
Last race2012 North Carolina Education Lottery 200 (Charlotte)
First win2005 Toyota Tundra 200 (Nashville)
Wins Top tens Poles
1 38 6
Statistics current as of April 26, 2014.

Emil David Reutimann (born March 2, 1970) is an American professional stock car racing driver. A native of Zephyrhills, Florida, he has competed in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, NASCAR Nationwide Series, and Camping World Truck Series. In 2004, he won NASCAR Rookie of the Year honors in the Craftsman Truck Series. He is the son of Buzzie Reutimann.

He began his racing career in dirt-track modifieds and late models. In 1997, Reutimann moved into the NASCAR regional series before moving to the Busch Series in 2002. He moved up to the Sprint Cup Series in 2007, driving for Michael Waltrip Racing. Between the 2007 and 2011 Sprint Cup seasons, Reutimann recorded two wins, 26 top-tens, and four pole positions.

Personal life[edit]

Reutimann lives in Mooresville, North Carolina, with his wife Lisa and daughter Emilia. They are members of Berea Baptist Church in Mooresville.[1]

Before he was a full-time race car driver, Reutimann worked briefly for the United Parcel Service, which in 2008 became his primary sponsor for the rest of that season.[2]

Early career[edit]

Reutimann, a third-generation racer, began his racing career in dirt-track modifieds and late models before moving up to the Slim Jim All Pro Series in 1997. He was named Rookie of the Year, finishing in the top-ten eight times and had a fifth-place points finish. The next season, he dropped to seventh in points, but received the Sportsmanship award at season's end. After several years, Reutimann got his first three wins in 2002 and finished second in the overall championship standings.

That same year, Reutimann made his Busch Series debut at Richmond International Raceway. Driving the No. 87 Geico Chevrolet Monte Carlo for NEMCO Motorsports, Reutimann started thirty-fourth but finished sixteenth. He led twelve laps at his next race at Memphis Motorsports Park, and finished in the top-fifteen in each of his next two races. In 2003, Reutimann won a contest named "Hills Bros. Coffee Break of a Lifetime", a contest where Hills Bros. Coffee selected one driver to receive full sponsorship from them for 5 Busch Series races, and if that driver were to score three top 10s in those races, they'd receive a chance to start a Cup race. He ran those 5 races, along with 2 extra races, for NEMCO Motorsports. He finished fifth at Nashville Speedway USA and The Milwaukee Mile, as well as qualifying Greg Biffle's car on the pole at Memphis. He also attempted the New England 300 and the Brickyard 400 in the Winston Cup Series in the No. 04 for Morgan-McClure Motorsports, but failed to qualify both times.

In 2004, Reutimann signed on with Darrell Waltrip Motorsports to race the NTN Bearings truck in the Craftsman Truck Series. Winning the pole in his second race at Atlanta Motor Speedway, Reutimann had four top-fives and finished 14th in points, garnering Rookie of the Year honors. Reutimann won his first career race in 2005 at Nashville Superspeedway, and ended the season thirteenth in points. He also made his Cup debut at Lowe's Motor Speedway, driving the No. 00 State Fair Corn Dogs Chevrolet Monte Carlo for Michael Waltrip. He finished 22nd. He went winless in 2006, but had two poles and finished third in the championship standings. He also made fifteen Busch starts and had four top-tens.

Sprint Cup Series[edit]

2007[edit]

2007 Busch Series car

Reutimann moved up to the Nextel Cup Series in 2007 with Waltrip Racing, and was a Raybestos Rookie of the Year Candidate.

Reutimann edged Kevin Lepage for a transfer spot during the Gatorade Duels into the Daytona 500. However, despite qualifying 14th, he was started from the rear of the field because before the Duels NASCAR penalized Waltrip's team including Reutimann's for illegal fuel additives in all MWR cars. At the same time the No. 00 car suffered an electrical problem during a wind-down lap. Reutimann ran in the top twenty of the Daytona 500 until he was collected in an accident on lap 173; he eventually finished 40th.

At Fontana, Reutimann was involved in a vicious crash. With 4 laps left in the race, Greg Biffle tapped his bumper, sending his car head-on into the wall. Upon impact, the car exploded in flames and slid backwards. The red flag flew, as Reutimann had instantly fallen unconscious. Paramedics came to the wreck, extinguished the flames, and helped a sore, dazed Reutimann out of his racecar. He was airlifted by a helicopter to a hospital. Reutimann suffered a minor concussion, a cracked rib and a few bruises; despite the injuries he returned to the track the next weekend in Mexico City for the Busch series. NASCAR said that Reutimann's accident tied with several other wrecks as the hardest crash in NASCAR history. This record stood until Elliott Sadler crashed at Pocono in 2010.

Late in the season, he won the 2007 Sam's Town 250 at Memphis Motorsports Park for his first career Busch Series win, and Toyota's second win in Busch Series competition. He finished second overall in the Busch Series' last season before becoming the Nationwide Series.

2008[edit]

Sprint Cup car Reutimann drove first five races of 2008

In 2008, Reutimann ran the first five races of the season in the No. 00 car, before taking over for the retiring Dale Jarrett in the No. 44 car and handing the No. 00 car over to rookie Michael McDowell. Reutimann scored his first career top 10 at Lowe's Motor Speedway during the Coca-Cola 600 with a 10th-place finish. He also recorded top 10s at the Auto Club Speedway, Texas Motor Speedway, and the Richmond International Raceway. At the Richmond race in September, Reutimann led a race high 104 laps, but fell to 9th place. In the season finale at the Homestead-Miami Speedway, Reutimann claimed his first career pole position. He became the 23rd driver to win poles in all three of NASCAR's top series.

2009[edit]

For 2009, Reutimann moved back to the No. 00 car. He competed a limited schedule in the Nationwide Series, splitting time with MWR's No. 99 Camry and Braun Racing's No. 10 Camry. On May 24, he qualified well in the Coca-Cola 600 but the race was delayed due to rain. The next day on lap 222 his crew chief Rodney Childers made a genius call to conserve fuel and thus putting David Reutimann in the lead. A few laps later on lap 227, a rain shower soaked the track for the second time of the race thus red-flagging it with Reutimann in the lead in the No. 00 car. Reutimann spent a 1-hour wait praying and planning backup plans with boss Michael Waltrip and his pit crew. Despite blue skies being shown nearby the track, officials declared that the rain would last for the remainder of the night and called the race, thus giving Reutimann his first NSCS win in the Coca-Cola 600 and Waltrip giving him a full-time sponsorship until 2011.

With this emotional victory, Reutimann became the 20th different driver to win a race in all three of NASCAR's top series (Cup, Nationwide, and Truck). This race was also the 50th Coca-Cola 600 at Lowes Motor Speedway. He also became the first driver in Cup history to win a race without leading a lap under green. In addition, he was the first driver to ever win with the No. 00 in the NASCAR Cup Series[3] This also entered Reutimann automatically into the 2010 NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race. Reutimann would go on to finish the season 16th in the point standings, a personal best.

2010[edit]

Reutimann won his second career race at the 2010 LifeLock.com 400 at Chicagoland Speedway in the No. 00 TUMS MWR Toyota. Reutimann ran in the top-five all night and with under seventy laps remaining, chased down Jeff Gordon and passed him for the lead. He would pull away and lead the rest of the race, holding off a late charge by Carl Edwards.

2011[edit]

2011 was a disappointing year for both Reutimann and MWR. Reutimann and the No. 00 team only scored one top five finish and two top ten finishes. At Watkins Glen on the final lap, Boris Said accidentally turned David Ragan entering the esses. Ragan came back onto the track and hit Reutimann, hit the ARMCO outside barrier and he rolled over spectacularly after the hard hit. He was mostly unscathed and Ragan dislocated his ankle as a result.

With three weeks remaining in the 2011 season, Reutimann could not come to an agreement with Aaron's for 2012 and thus Michael Waltrip and MWR's staff reluctantly released Reutimann from his team as well as the number 00.

After Christmas 2011, Reutimann signed up to drive for part-time with Stewart-Haas Racing and Tommy Baldwin Racing in 2012 sharing the No. 10 Go Daddy car with rookie Danica Patrick.

2012[edit]

Reutimann's 2012 truck

On January 3, 2012, Reutimann signed a one-year contract to drive for Tommy Baldwin Racing.[4] As part of an alliance with Stewart-Haas Racing that TBR agreed to on January 31, Reutimann shared the SHR No. 10 entry, which was fielded by TBR, with Danica Patrick.[5] He also drove the No. 92 RBR Enterprises vehicle in the Camping World Truck Series on a limited schedule.[6] As Patrick drove the No. 10 in the 2012 Daytona 500, Reutimann drove the No. 93 Toyota Camry for BK Racing in the event with Todd Anderson serving as crew chief.[7] Reutimann also drove the BK Racing No. 93 at Darlington.

Reutimann caused a controversy at the April Martinsville race when the No. 10 Tommy Baldwin Racing Chevrolet stalled on lap 497, drawing a caution. He was accused of intentionally causing the caution after limping around the track for a few laps at speeds well below the rest of the field. The result was a broken timing belt and Reutimann was credited with a 35th-place finish. He insists he was just trying to keep the car in the Top 35 in owner's points; the team left Martinsville just one point outside a guaranteed start.[8] Reutimann qualified for the next race at Texas and finished 26th, getting the No. 10 back into the Top 35. During Coca Cola 600 qualifying, David did not qualify fast enough in the No. 73 BK Racing entry and missed his first Cup race since 2007.

Reutimann drove the No. 51 Chevrolet for Phoenix Racing at the June Pocono race during the one-race suspension of Kurt Busch for actions detrimental to the sport.[9] Baldwin explained his decision as helping another small team (Reutimann was to drive the No. 10 car that weekend). Reutimann finished 21st. Reutimann qualified and raced for a new team Xxxtreme Motorsports at the fall Phoenix race in the No. 44 No Label Watches Ford, finishing 40th.

2013[edit]

Reutimann's 2013 Cup car

On January 18, 2013, BK Racing announced that Reutimann would drive the No. 83 Toyota during the 2013 season, replacing Landon Cassill.[10] Reutimann started the season a high note, finishing 16th in the Daytona 500. However the team would struggle through the season, not recording another top-20 finish. Reutimann finished 33rd in points. Following the season Reutimann and the team parted ways.[11]

2014[edit]

Reutimann began the 2014 season without a ride in any of NASCAR's top three divisions, however in March it was announced that he would drive the Sprint Cup No. 35 Ford for Front Row Motorsports at Bristol Motor Speedway.[12] However, he failed to qualify for the event.[13] Reutimann made the field in three of the six Cup races he attempted.[14] It was the last time he ran a NASCAR-sanctioned race.

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.)

Sprint Cup Series[edit]

NASCAR Sprint 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 NSCC Pts
2003 Morgan-McClure Motorsports 04 Pontiac DAY CAR LVS ATL DAR BRI TEX TAL MAR CAL RCH CLT DOV POC MCH SON DAY CHI NHA
DNQ
POC IND
DNQ
GLN MCH BRI DAR RCH NHA DOV TAL KAN CLT MAR ATL PHO CAR HOM N/A 0
2005 Michael Waltrip Racing 00 Chevy DAY CAL LVS ATL BRI MAR TEX PHO TAL DAR RCH CLT DOV POC MCH SON DAY CHI NHA POC IND GLN MCH BRI CAL RCH NHA DOV TAL KAN CLT
22
MAR ATL TEX PHO HOM 70th 97
2007 Michael Waltrip Racing 00 Toyota DAY
40
CAL
33
LVS
DNQ
ATL
40
BRI
DNQ
MAR
33
TEX
DNQ
PHO
32
TAL
32
RCH
29
DAR
33
CLT
DNQ
DOV
DNQ
POC
38
MCH
15
SON NHA
38
DAY
26
CHI
43
IND
38
POC
41
GLN MCH
23
BRI
DNQ
CAL
32
RCH
13
NHA
26
DOV
18
KAN
31
TAL
22
CLT
29
MAR
17
ATL
DNQ
TEX
43
PHO
DNQ
HOM
25
39th 1878
2008 DAY
18
CAL
23
LVS
37
ATL
20
BRI
20
22nd 3397
44 MAR
39
TEX
41
PHO
18
TAL
20
RCH
22
DAR
19
CLT
10
DOV
27
POC
19
MCH
35
SON
40
NHA
19
DAY
21
CHI
14
IND
30
POC
30
GLN
33
MCH
14
BRI
25
CAL
9
RCH
9*
NHA
15
DOV
17
KAN
19
TAL
37
CLT
32
MAR
24
ATL
28
TEX
10
PHO
25
HOM
20
2009 00 DAY
12
CAL
14
LVS
4
ATL
32
BRI
12
MAR
20
TEX
11
PHO
8
TAL
26
RCH
28
DAR
29
CLT
1
DOV
18
POC
3
MCH
19
SON
31
NHA
4
DAY
36
CHI
12
IND
8
POC
29
GLN
25
MCH
9
BRI
17
ATL
4
RCH
20
NHA
12
DOV
21
KAN
8
CAL
18
CLT
15
MAR
16
TAL
26
TEX
16
PHO
10
HOM
15
16th 4221
2010 DAY
5
CAL
15
LVS
13
ATL
40
BRI
38
MAR
28
PHO
20
TEX
37
TAL
14
RCH
15
DAR
11
DOV
5
CLT
5
POC
15
MCH
18
SON
20
NHA
15
DAY
11
CHI
1
IND
28
POC
17
GLN
23
MCH
16
BRI
2
ATL
16
RCH
19
NHA
7
DOV
35
KAN
35
CAL
10
CLT
9
MAR
27
TAL
4
TEX
15
PHO
26
HOM
38
18th 4024
2011 DAY
30
PHO
29
LVS
13
BRI
30
CAL
19
MAR
15
TEX
29
TAL
14
RCH
31
DAR
16
DOV
15
CLT
9
KAN
22
POC
13
MCH
35
SON
24
DAY
25
KEN
2
NHA
19
IND
36
POC
24
GLN
29
MCH
18
BRI
36
ATL
31
RCH
26
CHI
32
NHA
28
DOV
13
KAN
35
CLT
26
TAL
13
MAR
20
TEX
22
PHO
7
HOM
18
28th 757
2012 BK Racing 93 Toyota DAY
26
DAR
36
34th 373
Tommy Baldwin Racing 10 Chevy PHO
36
LVS
31
BRI
21
CAL
27
MAR
35
TEX
26
KAN
29
RCH
33
TAL
22
DOV
31
KEN
23
DAY
11
NHA
33
IND POC
24
GLN MCH
21
BRI ATL RCH
34
CHI NHA
30
DOV TAL
37
CLT
30
KAN MAR
36
TEX HOM
34
BK Racing 73 Toyota CLT
DNQ
Phoenix Racing 51 Chevy POC
21
MCH SON
Xxxtreme Motorsport 44 Ford PHO
40
2013 BK Racing 83 Toyota DAY
16
PHO
25
LVS
34
BRI
39
CAL
33
MAR
38
TEX
24
KAN
28
RCH
22
TAL
41
DAR
36
CLT
21
DOV
26
POC
32
MCH
32
SON
26
KEN
27
DAY
30
NHA
28
IND
29
POC
31
GLN
43
MCH
37
BRI
29
ATL
32
RCH
32
CHI
36
NHA
26
DOV
28
KAN
37
CLT
26
TAL
40
MAR
37
TEX
28
PHO
39
HOM
31
33rd 465
2014 Front Row Motorsports 35 Ford DAY PHO LVS BRI
DNQ
CAL
29
MAR
DNQ
TEX
38
DAR
DNQ
RCH
29
TAL KAN CLT DOV POC MCH SON KEN DAY NHA IND POC GLN MCH BRI ATL RCH CHI NHA DOV KAN CLT TAL MAR TEX PHO HOM 51st 37
Daytona 500[edit]
Year Team Manufacturer Start Finish
2007 Michael Waltrip Racing Toyota 40 40
2008 42 18
2009 28 12
2010 20 5
2011 24 30
2012 BK Racing Toyota 38 26
2013 41 16

Nationwide 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
2002 NEMCO Motorsports 87 Chevy DAY CAR LVS DAR BRI TEX NSH TAL CAL RCH
16
NHA NZH CLT DOV NSH KEN MLW DAY CHI GTY PPR IRP MCH BRI DAR RCH DOV KAN CLT MEM
12
CAR
15
PHO 63rd 399
88 ATL
DNQ
HOM
43
2003 DAY CAR LVS DAR BRI TEX
24
TAL MCH
6
BRI DAR RCH DOV KAN CLT 50th 805
87 NSH
5
CAL
11
RCH GTY NZH CLT DOV NSH
QL
KEN
37
MLW
5
DAY CHI
32
NHA PPR IRP
Evans Motorsports 7 Chevy MEM
QL
ATL PHO CAR HOM
2004 NEMCO Motorsports 87 Chevy DAY CAR
21
LVS DAR BRI TEX NSH
25
TAL CAL
15
GTY
30
RCH NZH CLT DOV NSH KEN MLW DAY CHI NHA PPR IRP MCH BRI CAL RCH DOV KAN CLT MEM ATL PHO DAR HOM 70th 379
2005 Darrell Waltrip Motorsports 98 Chevy DAY CAL MXC LVS ATL NSH BRI TEX PHO TAL DAR RCH CLT DOV NSH KEN MLW DAY CHI NHA PPR GTY IRP GLN MCH BRI CAL RCH DOV KAN CLT MEM TEX PHO HOM
26
118th 85
2006 FitzBradshaw Racing 12 Dodge DAY
29
CAL MXC LVS ATL BRI TEX 97th 164
Michael Waltrip Racing 66 Dodge NSH
34
PHO TAL RCH
99 DAR
22
CLT DOV NSH
6
KEN
8
MLW
10
DAY CHI NHA MAR GTY
14
IRP
36
GLN MCH BRI
9
CAL
20
RCH
39
DOV KAN
13
TEX
14
PHO HOM
12
FitzBradshaw Racing 44 Dodge CLT
20
MEM
2007 Michael Waltrip Racing 99 Toyota DAY
29
CAL
14
MXC
12
LVS
31
ATL
13
BRI
33
NSH
2
TEX
6
PHO
12
TAL
24
RCH
9
DAR
24
CLT
43
DOV
15
NSH
9
KEN
16
MLW
7
NHA
8
DAY
40
CHI
17
GTY
3
IRP
3
CGV
9
GLN
25
MCH
16
BRI
3
CAL
15
RCH
23
DOV
10
KAN
17
CLT
12
MEM
1*
TEX
18
PHO
12
HOM
15
2nd 4187
2008 DAY
14
CAL
4
LVS
25
ATL
10
BRI
3
NSH
9
TEX
11
PHO
9
MXC
11
TAL
20
RCH
18
DAR
3
CLT
11
DOV
4
NSH
3
KEN
13
MLW
5
NHA
7
DAY
14
CHI
5
GTY
25
IRP
26
CGV
18
GLN
15
MCH
34
BRI
8
CAL
8
RCH
34
DOV
16
KAN
17
CLT
24
MEM
2
TEX
8
PHO
31
HOM
13
7th 4388
2009 Braun Racing 10 Toyota DAY
12
CAL
7
LVS BRI TEX
9
NSH PHO TAL
29
RCH DAR CLT DOV NSH KEN MLW NHA DAY CHI
8
GTY MCH
14
PHO
18
27th 1807
32 IRP
11
IOW GLN BRI
11
CGV ATL RCH
5
DOV
9
KAN CAL HOM
6
Michael Waltrip Racing 99 Toyota CLT
20
MEM
8
TEX
2010 Braun Racing 10 Toyota DAY CAL
26
LVS BRI NSH PHO TEX
8
TAL RCH DAR DOV CLT NSH KEN ROA NHA DAY CHI
4
GTY IRP IOW GLN MCH BRI CGV ATL RCH DOV KAN CAL 52nd 747
Turner Motorsports 11 Toyota CLT
12
GTY TEX
15
PHO HOM
16
2011 Pastrana-Waltrip Racing 99 Toyota DAY PHO LVS BRI CAL TEX
9
TAL 109th 01
Rusty Wallace Racing 64 Toyota NSH
14
RCH DAR DOV
5
IOW CLT CHI MCH
18
ROA DAY KEN
18
NHA NSH IRP IOW GLN CGV BRI
20
ATL RCH CHI DOV KAN CLT TEX PHO HOM
2012 Mike Harmon Racing 74 Chevy DAY PHO LVS BRI
DNQ
CAL TEX RCH TAL DAR IOW CLT DOV MCH ROA KEN DAY NHA CHI IND IOW GLN CGV BRI ATL RCH CHI KEN DOV CLT KAN TEX PHO HOM 144th -1
- Qualified for Jeff Fuller. - Qualified for Greg Biffle

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
2004 Darrell Waltrip Motorsports 17 Toyota DAY
9
ATL
3
MAR
8
MFD
14
CLT
36
DOV
17
TEX
3
MEM
17
MLW
32
KAN
29
KEN
9
GTW
9
MCH
24
IRP
17
NSH
9
BRI
11
RCH
30
NHA
5
LVS
17
CAL
6
TEX
30
MAR
27
PHO
21
DAR
28
HOM
4
14th 2904
2005 DAY
12
CAL
13
ATL
24
MAR
23
GTY
24
MFD
21
CLT
17
DOV
5
TEX
10
MCH
8
MLW
23
KAN
3
KEN
3
MEM
2
IRP
11
NSH
1
BRI
29
RCH
17
NHA
33
LVS
12
MAR
34
ATL
33
TEX
5
PHO
7
HOM
36
13th 2979
2006 DAY
9
CAL
4
ATL
5
MAR
15
GTY
3
CLT
6
MFD
9
DOV
5
TEX
4
MCH
15
MLW
5
KAN
10
KEN
12
MEM
7
IRP
34
NSH
6
BRI
10
NHA
12
LVS
6
TAL
6
MAR
18
ATL
4
TEX
7
PHO
8
HOM
8
3rd 3530
2008 Germain Racing 9 Toyota DAY CAL ATL MAR KAN CLT MFD DOV TEX MCH MLW MEM KEN IRP NSH BRI GTW NHA
13
LVS TAL MAR ATL TEX PHO HOM 75th 124
2012 RBR Enterprises 92 Chevy DAY
DNQ
MAR
20
CAR
19
KAN CLT
18
DOV TEX KEN IOW CHI POC MCH BRI ATL IOW KEN LVS TAL MAR TEX PHO HOM 94th 01

* Season still in progress
1 Ineligible for series points

References[edit]

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