Roland Isaacs

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Roland Isaacs is a former NASCAR driver from La Grange, Kentucky. He was a part-time fixture in the sport from 2001 to 2005.

Craftsman Truck Series[edit]

Isaacs made his debut in 2001, with a one-race deal with Troxell Racing. He started the race at ORP in 30th position, but slid to 35th in the rundown after a rear end gear failed early in the event.

Isaacs returned to Troxell Racing for the 2003 season, running nine races for the team. It was a dismal run for the low-budget team as Isaacs' best finish on the year ended up being a trio of 30ths (at Memphis, Nashville and Phoenix). Isaacs' team also did not qualify well, missing multiple races and only earning a best slot of 22nd at Loudon. Isaacs did finish 38th in the points, his best career showing.

Isaacs has only made one start since, coming in 2005 for Mighty Motorsports. Isaacs started the truck in the 36th position at Memphis, and finished there, as electrical issues sidelined him early.

Busch Series[edit]

Isaacs has made one career Busch start, coming in 2004. He drove a second MacDonald Motorsports Chevy at Pikes Peak. Isaacs qualified in the 29th position, but only completed 17 laps before quitting the event. He would finish that race 37th.

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