Dorsey Schroeder

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Dorsey Schroeder
Nationality  United States
Born (1953-02-05) February 5, 1953 (age 64)
Baldwin, Missouri
United SportsCar Championship career
Debut season 2015
Current team Highway to Help
Car no. 50
Engine Dinan (BMW) 5.0 L V8
Co-driver United States Jim Pace
United States David Hinton
United States Byron Defoor
United States Doug Smith
Starts 2
Previous series
19992002
19982002
19961998
19931993, 19961997, 2001
19901991
1990–1991
American Le Mans Series
Rolex Sports Car Series
NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series
NASCAR Winston Cup Series
International Race of Champions
ARCA Racing Series
Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series career
9 races run over 6 years
Best finish 55th (1996)
First race 1991 Bud at The Glen (Watkins Glen)
Last race 2001 Dodge/Save Mart 350 (Sears Point)
Wins Top tens Poles
0 0 0
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series career
4 races run over 3 years
Best finish 76th (1997)
First race 1996 Kragen 151 (Sears Point)
Last race 1998 Parts America 150 (Watkins Glen)
Wins Top tens Poles
0 1 0

Dorsey Schroeder is a race car driver born February 5, 1953 in Kirkwood, Missouri. Dorsey currently lives in Florida with his wife Kim and daughter Carissa Schroeder from his second marriage. He owns a seasonal restaurant in Osage Beach, Missouri called "Dorsey's Pit Stop".

Dorsey was a successful sports car driver for a number of seasons in the Trans-Am series, winning the championship in 1989.[1] He also competed in a number of Grand-Am and American Le Mans series events, at one point competing for Dave Maraj's Champion Racing team that won the 2005 24 Hours of Le Mans.[2] He was also known as a NASCAR "road course ringer", who made a few starts substituting for less-qualified drivers at Sears Point Raceway and Watkins Glen International.[3] He is currently a color analyst for Fox Sports 1's coverage of the United SportsCar Championship and was previously a color analyst for Speed Channel's television broadcast of the Rolex Sports Car Series and American Le Mans Series.[4]

Motorsports career results[edit]

SCCA National Championship Runoffs[edit]

Year Track Car Engine Class Finish Start Status
1974 Road Atlanta Brabham BT35 Cosworth Formula B 5 8 Running
1976 Road Atlanta March Cosworth Formula B 6 4 Running
1977 Road Atlanta March 75B Cosworth Formula B 16 7 Running
1978 Road Atlanta Nissan 610 Nissan B Sedan 21 6 Running
1979 Road Atlanta Nissan 610 Nissan B Sedan 4 7 Running
1980 Road Atlanta Nissan 610 Nissan GT2 22 12 Retired
1982 Road Atlanta March 75B Cosworth Formula Atlantic 14 Retired
1985 Road Atlanta Spec Racer Renault Spec Racer Renault 2 1 Running
1986 Road Atlanta Spec Racer Renault Spec Racer Renault 30 4 Retired

NASCAR[edit]

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

Winston Cup Series[edit]

Daytona 500 results[edit]
Year Team Manufacturer Start Finish
1991 Compton Racing Ford DNQ
1992 Donlavey Racing Ford 31 19
1993 Mansion Motorsports Ford DNQ

Craftsman Truck Series[edit]

International Race of Champions[edit]

(key) (Bold – Pole position. * – Most laps led.)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ST. LOUISAN WINS TRANS-AM EVENT". St. Louis Post-Dispatch. 1989-09-03. p. 12F. 
  2. ^ Alm, Richard (2001-03-03). "The Dallas Morning News Sports Business Column". Dallas Morning News. 
  3. ^ Jenkins, Chris (2001-06-22). "Winston Cup hits the road Jeff Gordon has won 3 in a row at Sears Point". USA TODAY. p. 13C. 
  4. ^ Cain, Holly (2003-02-20). "Trans-Am Series Looking To The Future". Tampa Tribune. p. 8. 

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