T. J. Clark (racing driver)
|T. J. Clark|
February 25, 1962 |
|NASCAR Camping World Truck Series career|
|31 races run over 3 years|
|Best finish||21st (1995)|
|First race||1995 Skoal Bandit Copper World Classic (Phoenix)|
|Last race||1997 NAPACARD 200 (Evergreen)|
Clark made the inaugural CTS race in 1995, qualifying the #23 Team ASE Racing Ford in the 29th position, finishing 32nd by a crash. Clark ended up only making 13 races of the 20-race schedule. It was not even until the 9th race of the year at Bristol that Clark could manage to finish a race (21st). Overall, his best finish was 12th at Martinsville, and finished 21st in points.
Before 1996, Clark lost ASE to Ultra Motorsports and only made sixteen of the twenty-four races. He matched his career best of 12th twice: at Phoenix and Mesa Marin. He also had five other top-20 finishes. and finished 22nd in the points. Clark made two starts in 1997 as his career came to a close due to funding, finishing of 26th at Phoenix and 28th at Evergreen Speedway. He has not raced since.
- T. J. Clark driver statistics at Racing-Reference
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