Justin Ashburn

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Justin Ashburn
Born (1981-12-23) December 23, 1981 (age 36)
Joelton, Tennessee
Awards 1997 Highland Rim Speedway Rookie of the Year
1999 Highland Rim Speedway Most Improved Driver
NASCAR Xfinity Series career
2009 position 147th
Best finish 58th (2003)
First race 2003 darlingtonraceway.com 200 (Darlington)
Statistics current as of May 23, 2010.

Justin Ashburn (born December 23, 1981) is an American race car driver.[1] He has competed in both the NASCAR Nationwide Series and the ARCA Remax Series. He is currently a free agent.

In 1997, Ashburn won the Rookie of the Year award at Highland Rim Speedway and finished fifth in points in the pro-modified series. Two years later, he won the Most Improved Driver award after winning ten races and finishing fourth in points. He then moved on to race at Nashville Fairgrounds in the Winston Racing Series, posting four top-tens in 2001.

Busch Series career[edit]

Ashburn made his Busch Series debut in 2003, running a second Day Enterprises car. Driving the No. 61 Chevrolet, Ashburn started and finished 42nd at Darlington Raceway. Ashburn failed to finish 11 of 13 starts for the team. His best finish was a 20th-place finish at Nashville Superspeedway in June 2003. Ashburn also made a one-off start for Bost Motorsports, finishing 41st at Michigan Speedway after his Day Enterprises car failed to qualify.

Ashburn moved to the teams 's primary car, the No. 16 for 2004. However, the team struggled to qualify for races early and had to scale back to a limited schedule. As a result, Ashburn only qualified for eight races in 2004, failing to finish six of them. His best finish was a 29th at Talladega Superspeedway. He also led his first career lap under caution in the July race at Daytona International Speedway.

Ashburn made only one start in 2006, at Talladega. Avoiding a wreck early, Ashburn hung onto the back of the draft and earned his career best finish of 14th, his first career lead lap finish. In 2007, he ran two races, earning a best finish of 22nd at Talladega. Ashburn made three start and park appearances in 2008, including his debut with the No. 57 Chevrolet owned by Chad Beahr. For 2009, Ashburn made only one appearance, parking after five laps in the Stater Brothers 300 at Auto Club Speedway.


  1. ^ "Driver Justin Ashburn Career Statistics - Racing-Reference.info". racing-reference.info. Retrieved 2018-05-24. 

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