Ted Musgrave

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Ted Musgrave
Ted Musgrave 1998.jpg
Musgrave in 1998
Born (1955-12-18) December 18, 1955 (age 62)
Waukegan, Illinois, United States
Achievements 2005 Craftsman Truck Series champion
1988 Snowball Derby winner
Awards 1987 ASA National Tour Rookie of the Year
Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series career
305 races run over 14 years
Best finish 7th (1995)
First race 1990 Champion Spark Plug 400 (Michigan)
Last race 2003 Sharpie 500 (Bristol)
Wins Top tens Poles
0 55 5
NASCAR Xfinity Series career
22 races run over 8 years
Best finish 53rd (2000)
First race 1989 All Pro 300 (Rockingham)
Last race 2006 O'Reilly Challenge (Texas)
Wins Top tens Poles
0 2 0
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series career
192 races run over 11 years
Best finish 1st (2005)
First race 1995 GM Goodwrench/Delco Battery 200 (Phoenix)
Last race 2010 NextEra Energy Resources 250 (Daytona)
First win 2001 Florida Dodge Dealers 400K (Homestead)
Last win 2007 Silverado 350K (Texas)
Wins Top tens Poles
17 119 12
NASCAR Pinty's Series career
1 race run over 1 year
Best finish 73rd (2002)
First race 2002 Canada Day Shootout (Cayuga)
Wins Top tens Poles
0 0 0
Statistics current as of April 23, 2013.

Theodore "Ted" Musgrave (born December 18, 1955)[1] is a retired American race car driver.

Pre-NASCAR[edit]

Musgrave's father, Elmer, was a famous short-track racer in the Midwest who raced for over 25 years at Soldier Field, O'Hare, Waukegan, and Wilmot, Wisconsin before moving into asphalt late models in the American Speed Association (ASA) and ARCA.[2][3] "I was really young at the time," Musgrave said. "But I can still remember sitting in the infield at Milwaukee and watching him race against drivers like Paul Goldsmith. He finally retired so he could help my older brother, Tom, and I get started."[2] He began racing in 1977 at age 22 at Waukegan in a 1967 Ford Galaxy that he inherited from his brother.[2] He immediately rebuilt the car into a 1967 Ford Torino and won the track's rookie of the year award..[2] He and his father built a Ford Mustang using some tips from Dick Trickle to race the next season.[2]

By 1979 he was a regular driver on the Central Wisconsin (CWRA) circuit, finishing seventh in the season points.[2] Originally from Illinois, Musgrave moved across the nearby state line so that he could race five nights per week in the CWRA.[2] He raced at LaCrosse, State Park Speedway in Wausau, Grundy County Speedway, Wisconsin Dells Speedway (now Dells Raceway Park), and Waukegan. In 1980, he finished second in the points at Wisconsin International Raceway (WIR) behind Alan Kulwicki.[4] Musgrave's highlight of the 1982 season was winning the Holiday 50 at Capital Speedway (now Madison International Speedway).[2] Musgrave qualified the fastest five times in a row at WIR and was leading the points when he battered his wrist in a wreck.[2] He returned the following week in a cast with a special arm support in the car.[2] He finished third in points.[2] Musgrave won ten CWRA features in 1983, including the Holiday 50 at Capital Super Speedway, the Triple Hot Dog Dash at Wisconsin Dells, and the Race of Champions at Capital's Oktober Nationals.[2] Musgrave won seven features at Capital in 1984, along with two features at LaCrosse, two at State Park, and two at Wisconsin Dells.[2] He ran out of money to fund his team in 1985, and he ended his season early.[2] Musgrave returned in 1986 with a new car which contained several of his experimental ideas.[2] He finished tenth in CWRA points even though he started the season over a month late. He had numerous feature wins that season, including the Firecracker 100 at Capital.[2]

In 1987 he moved to Franklin, Wisconsin and went national in the ASA series in Terry Baker's ride that Bobby Dotter vacated.[2] Musgrave finished 21 of 25 events, winning at the Milwaukee Mile, Birmingham, and Huntsville.[2] He earned rookie of the year honors by finishing fifth in points.[2]

Winston Cup Series[edit]

In 1990, Musgrave was called upon by Winston Cup team owner Ray DeWitt to replace Rich Vogler,[2] who had been killed at a wreck at Salem Speedway. Musgrave had four starts in the Cup Series that year, his best finish being a 22nd at the Checker Auto Parts 500. From 1991 to 1993 he raced the No. 55 for the DeWitt/Ulrich team. He was runner-up to Bobby Hamilton for rookie of the year in 1991 and had twelve top-ten finishes.

In 1992, driving for Dewitt/Ulrich, he led all Winston Cup drivers in laps completed. In 1994, he was hired by Jack Roush to race for Roush Racing in the No. 16 Family Channel Ford Thunderbird as a teammate to Mark Martin. In his first season, Musgrave had three poles, and finished fifteenth in points. In 1995, Musgrave had a breakout year of sorts, posting seven top-five finishes (including two second-place finishes) and 13 top-tens. At one point in the season, he was third in Winston Cup points. He slumped late in the season and finished seventh, but most felt his first race win was just around the corner. Nineteen-ninety six turned out to be a disappointment for Musgrave. He usually ran well in most races, but could never find what he needed to get his first win. He had several top-tens early in the season, but once again slumped in the second half and wound up 17th in points. He did, however, win the pole for the final Winston Cup race ever held at North Wilkesboro Speedway.

1997 racecar

In 1997, Roush vowed to give Musgrave whatever he needed to win his first race. The No. 16 car now had dual sponsorship from the Family Channel and Primestar. Once again, he started off well, and came very close to his first win, at Darlington Raceway. Musgrave was running second late in the race and clearly had a faster car than leader Dale Jarrett in the closing laps. At one point, he was side by side with Jarrett, but Jarrett held him off for the win. Critics of Musgrave said after the race that he should have been more aggressive and bumped Jarrett out of the way to get his first win. Later in the season at Pocono Raceway, Musgrave had a strong car and was running second late in the race with a chance to win when his car went unexpectedly loose. He ended up fourth. Musgrave was in the top 10 in points for most of 1997, but a poor final race, at Atlanta, caused him to fall to 12th for the year.

In 1998, Musgrave got full sponsorship from Primestar, and was 18th in points when he was suddenly replaced by rookie Kevin Lepage, to the shock of many. Still, Musgrave filled out 1998 by running part-time for Bud Moore Engineering and Bill Elliott Racing, as well as doing substitute duty for Travis Carter and Jasper Motorsports. He ended up missing only one race that year and gave Elliott's team its only top-10 finish with a fifth-place run at Phoenix.

In 1999, Musgrave was signed by Butch Mock Motorsports to run the No. 75 Remington Arms Ford. Musgrave struggled however, and only put together two top-ten finishes before finally quitting the team after the Pennzoil 400. He began 2000 without a ride, but soon caught on with Joe Bessey Motorsports filling in for the injured Geoffrey Bodine, and ran five races with that team. After a one-race return to the No. 15, Musgrave finished the year with Team SABCO, driving the No. 01 for Kenny Irwin Jr., who had died in an accident at New Hampshire International Speedway while practicing for the race. Musgrave has run seven Cup races since then, six of them with Ultra Motorsports and one for Petty Enterprises, Musgrave's last Cup race came at the 20-caution Sharpie 500 at Bristol in 2003, when he replaced Jimmy Spencer while he served his one race suspension.

Busch Series[edit]

Musgrave made his Busch Series debut in 1989 in the All Pro 300 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, driving the No. 98 Buick. He started 31st and wound up in 12th place. He also ran at North Carolina Speedway the next week, finishing 17th. He did not return to the series until 1995, when he was 14th at Charlotte in the No. 9 Ford for Roush Racing. In 1997, Musgrave finished 12th at Darlington Raceway in the No. 40 Ford for Doug Taylor. He also returned for another race in the No. 9 Roush Ford, finishing 36th at Talladega. Musgrave attempted four races in 1999, but only qualified for one, finishing 17th at Rockingham in the No. 29 Pep Boys Chevrolet for Gary Bechtel.

For 2000, Musgrave signed with Team SABCO to run nine races in the No. 82 Channellock Chevrolet. He earned three top 20 finishes, including his first top 10, an eighth at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Musgrave did not return to the series until 2003, when he signed a one-race deal with Tommy Baldwin Racing in the No. 6 Dodge. In the Food City 250 at Bristol, he started ninth and finished third, earning a career-best finish for both him and the race team. Musgrave also ran one race in 2004, the Emerson Radio 250 at Richmond International Raceway. Driving the No. 86 Dodge, he started 11th but finished 34th after overheating problems.

In 2006, Musgrave was one of many to drive the No. 12 and No. 14 Dodges for FitzBradshaw Racing. In five races, he was able to earn a best finish of 21st at Richmond. His final series race to date was that year's O'Reilly Challenge at Texas Motor Speedway, finishing 34th in the No. 14 Family Dollar Dodge.

Craftsman Truck Series[edit]

Musgrave's 2006 truck

Musgrave made his Craftsman Truck Series debut in 1995 at the GM Goodwrench/Delco Battery 200, driving the No. 61 Ford F-150 for Jack Roush. He started and finished in fourth place. He ran two more races the next year in Roush's No. 99 truck, and finished fifth at Phoenix. He did not run trucks again until 2001, when he signed to drive the No. 1 Mopar Dodge Ram for Ultra Motorsports. He won three of out the first five races that year and seven races overall, and had eighteen top-ten finishes, but was unable to catch Jack Sprague for the title. The next two seasons, he had three wins apiece and finished third in both seasons' points. During the 2003 season, Musgrave announced that he had been battling bladder cancer while racing. His wife Debi had been diagnosed with leukemia since 2000. Musgrave appeared to be in position to win the truck championship that year, but in the season-ending Ford 200, Musgrave was penalized for attempting to pass a slower truck low on the final restart past the start-finish line, and surrendered the championship to fellow Wisconsinite Travis Kvapil. "All I can say is next year you're going to see a whole new Ted Musgrave. He's going to be the dirtiest son of a gun going out there on the racetrack and you might as well throw that rulebook away. I ain't going by it no more", Musgrave said in reaction to the penalty.

In 2004, Musgrave did not race dirty as promised, but still raced competitively, winning two races and finishing third in points for the third consecutive year, behind Bobby Hamilton and Dennis Setzer.

In 2005, Musgrave won just one race, winning from the pole position at Gateway International Raceway as he did also in 2001, but he was able to claim the Craftsman Truck Series title. Musgrave moved on to Germain Racing's No. 9 Toyota for 2006 with sponsorship from Team ASE after Ultra Motorsports closed the doors following the 2005 season. Musgrave finished sixth in points in 2006, but failed to win a race that season.

In 2006, he was chosen to drive in the International Race Of Champions for the first time. He was the only driver representing the Craftsman Truck Series for the 2006 season. In 2007, Musgrave was parked for one race after hitting Kelly Bires out of anger under a caution at the Milwaukee Mile. He was parked, fined, and docked points, ending any legitimate shot he had to make a run at the championship. Brad Keselowski was named the replacement driver at Memphis Motorsports Park. That marked the first time in Craftsman Truck Series history that a driver had been suspended from a race. Later that season, Musgrave got his first career win for Germain Racing at Texas Motor Speedway, breaking a 66-race winless streak. Despite the one-race suspension, Musgrave finished seventh in the series points, marking seven consecutive top-10 points finishes in the Craftsman Truck Series.

After the conclusion of the 2007 season, Germain Racing announced that they would not renew Musgrave's contract for 2008 season. Musgrave was replaced in the No. 9 by rookie Justin Marks. He moved to HT Motorsports for 2008, bringing his ASE sponsorship with him to the No. 59 truck. Eighteen races into the 2008 season, Musgrave and HT parted ways after a practice wreck at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. He was 13th in points at the time of his release.[5]

In 2010, Musgrave was entered in the season-opening NextEra Energy Resources 250 at Daytona. Driving the No. 15 Hope for Haiti Toyota for Billy Ballew Motorsports, he started 18th but finished 31st after getting caught in an early multi-car wreck.

Musgrave served as Ron Hornaday Jr.'s spotter for eight races during the 2012 Camping World Truck Series season. A March 2012 press release stated that Musgrave had retired from driving.[6]

Personal life[edit]

Musgrave married the former Deborah Pantle.[2] They met while traveling back and forth from Waukegan on Sunday nights.[2] "She was a friend of a friend of my father who needed a ride back to Illinois on Sunday nights," he said.[2] After they married, she trained and showed horses while he raced.[2] They have two sons, Justin and Ted, Jr.,[2] and a daughter, Brittany. Justin raced light trucks, and Ted, Jr. raced on the ASA tour.[2]

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 Ref
1990 Ted Musgrave Racing 50 Chevy DAY RCH CAR ATL DAR BRI NWS MAR TAL CLT DOV SON POC MCH DAY POC TAL GLN MCH
39
BRI DAR RCH DOV MAR NWS CLT CAR
37
49th 280 [7]
U.S. Motorsports Inc. 2 Chevy PHO
22
Pontiac ATL
26
1991 55 DAY
30
RCH
19
CAR
25
ATL
37
DAR
21
BRI
12
NWS
17
MAR
24
TAL
16
CLT
17
DOV
18
SON
37
POC
27
MCH
21
DAY
37
POC
13
TAL
26
GLN
26
MCH
17
BRI
16
DAR
20
RCH
22
DOV
14
MAR
20
NWS
22
CLT
14
CAR
21
PHO
18
ATL
30
23rd 2841 [8]
1992 RaDiUs Motorsports Chevy DAY
8
ATL
19
TAL
21
DAY
16
TAL
12
18th 3315 [9]
Olds CAR
17
RCH
25
BRI
14
NWS
19
MAR
20
SON
22
Pontiac DAR
15
Ford CLT
8
DOV
16
POC
33
MCH
8
POC
5
GLN
11
MCH
25
BRI
22
DAR
30
RCH
10
DOV
8
MAR
12
NWS
14
CLT
11
CAR
29
PHO
24
ATL
9
1993 DAY
15
CAR
7
RCH
17
ATL
19
DAR
30
BRI
15
NWS
24
MAR
28
TAL
28
SON
39
CLT
26
DOV
14
POC
5
MCH
15
DAY
10
NHA
24
POC
33
TAL
33
GLN
34
MCH
5
BRI
DNQ
DAR
34
RCH
22
DOV
28
MAR
31
NWS
29
CLT
21
CAR
28
PHO
15
ATL
8
25th 2853 [10]
1994 Roush Racing 16 Ford DAY
38
CAR
13
RCH
13
ATL
11
DAR
10
BRI
19
NWS
21
MAR
10
TAL
11
SON
6
CLT
16
DOV
35
POC
15
MCH
9
DAY
14
NHA
7
POC
32
TAL
41
IND
13
GLN
19
MCH
24
BRI
11
DAR
39
RCH
17
DOV
14
MAR
9
NWS
9
CLT
18
CAR
13
PHO
5
ATL
28
13th 3477 [11]
1995 DAY
4
CAR
33
RCH
13
ATL
19
DAR
3
BRI
18
NWS
6
MAR
2
TAL
11
SON
6
CLT
15
DOV
3
POC
2
MCH
10
DAY
5
NHA
8
POC
4
TAL
11
IND
16
GLN
13
MCH
28
BRI
13
DAR
22
RCH
10
DOV
11
MAR
29
NWS
20
CLT
19
CAR
22
PHO
6
ATL
27
7th 3949 [12]
1996 DAY
7
CAR
31
RCH
3
ATL
18
DAR
7
BRI
25
NWS
12
MAR
9
TAL
8
SON
23
CLT
30
DOV
13
POC
19
MCH
8
DAY
13
NHA
11
POC
19
TAL
36
IND
21
GLN
12
MCH
23
BRI
12
DAR
29
RCH
15
DOV
33
MAR
20
NWS
19
CLT
17
CAR
18
PHO
4
ATL
31
16th 3466 [13]
1997 DAY
13
CAR
12
RCH
20
ATL
34
DAR
2
TEX
35
BRI
38
MAR
24
SON
11
TAL
24
CLT
23
DOV
11
POC
6
MCH
4*
CAL
4
DAY
12
NHA
26
POC
4
IND
33
GLN
6
MCH
3
BRI
15
DAR
29
RCH
9
NHA
30
DOV
24
MAR
21
CLT
17
TAL
11
CAR
32
PHO
22
ATL
31
12th 3556 [14]
1998 DAY
20
CAR
35
LVS
6
ATL
29
DAR
10
BRI
8
TEX
30
MAR
2
TAL
42
CAL
33
CLT
12
DOV
22
RCH
15
MCH
26
POC
17
SON
19
NHA
39
POC
15
IND
19
GLN
19
23rd 3124 [15]
Moore-Robinson Motorsports 15 Ford MCH
39
DAR
43
Haas-Carter Motorsports 23 Ford BRI
20
NHA
Am. Equipment Racing 96 Chevy RCH
25
Elliott-Marino Racing 13 Ford DOV
26
CLT
27
TAL
11
DAY
34
PHO
5
CAR
19
ATL
19
Jasper Motorsports 77 Ford MAR
15
1999 Butch Mock Motorsports 75 Ford DAY
15
CAR
40
LVS
DNQ
ATL
24
DAR
29
TEX
31
BRI
7
MAR
40
TAL
28
CAL
29
RCH
11
CLT
23
DOV
24
MCH
25
POC
11
SON
20
DAY
35
NHA
25
POC
33
IND
35
GLN
27
MCH
41
BRI
16
DAR
38
RCH
8
NHA
23
DOV
28
MAR
19
CLT
31
TAL
29
CAR
32
PHO
29
HOM
42
ATL 33rd 2689 [16]
2000 Joe Bessey Motorsports 60 Chevy DAY CAR
16
LVS
26
ATL
27
DAR
42
BRI
43
TEX MAR 40th 1614 [17]
Fenley-Moore Motorsports 15 Ford TAL
35
CAL RCH CLT
DNQ
DOV MCH POC SON DAY NHA
Team SABCO 01 Chevy POC
16
IND
24
GLN MCH
26
BRI
17
DAR
13
RCH
21
NHA
14
DOV
23
MAR
21
CLT
29
TAL
32
CAR
DNQ
PHO
25
HOM
DNQ
ATL
2001 Ultra Motorsports 7 Ford DAY CAR LVS ATL DAR BRI TEX MAR TAL CAL RCH CLT DOV MCH POC
29
SON DAY CHI NHA POC IND GLN MCH BRI DAR RCH DOV KAN CLT MAR TAL PHO CAR HOM ATL NHA 64th 76 [18]
2002 07 Dodge DAY CAR LVS ATL DAR BRI TEX MAR TAL CAL RCH CLT DOV POC MCH SON DAY CHI NHA POC IND
21
GLN MCH BRI DAR
27
RCH NHA DOV KAN TAL CLT MAR
29
PHO
DNQ
HOM
16
50th 452 [19]
Petty Enterprises 44 Dodge ATL
28
CAR
2003 Ultra Motorsports 07 Dodge DAY CAR LVS ATL DAR BRI TEX TAL MAR CAL RCH CLT DOV POC MCH SON DAY CHI NHA POC IND
DNQ
GLN MCH 68th 70 [20]
7 BRI
31
DAR RCH NHA DOV TAL KAN CLT MAR ATL PHO CAR HOM
2010 Robby Gordon Motorsports 7 Toyota DAY CAL LVS ATL BRI MAR PHO TEX TAL RCH DAR DOV CLT POC
DNQ
MCH SON NHA DAY CHI IND POC GLN MCH BRI ATL RCH NHA NA - [21]
Prism Motorsports 66 Toyota DOV
DNQ
KAN CAL CLT MAR TAL TEX PHO HOM
Daytona 500[edit]
Year Team Manufacturer Start Finish
1991 U.S. Motorsports Inc. Pontiac 37 30
1992 RaDiUs Motorsports Chevrolet 40 8
1993 Ford 33 15
1994 Roush Racing Ford 24 38
1995 12 4
1996 20 7
1997 41 13
1998 37 20
1999 Butch Mock Motorsports Ford 27 15

Busch Series[edit]

NASCAR Busch 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 NBSC Pts Ref
1989 Ted Musgrave Racing 98 Buick DAY CAR MAR HCY DAR BRI NZH SBO LAN NSV CLT DOV ROU LVL VOL MYB SBO HCY DUB IRP ROU BRI DAR RCH DOV MAR CLT
12
CAR
17
MAR 79th 112 [22]
1995 Roush Racing 9 Ford DAY CAR RCH ATL NSV DAR BRI HCY NHA NZH CLT
14
DOV MYB GLN MLW TAL SBO IRP MCH BRI DAR RCH DOV CLT CAR HOM 85th 121 [23]
1997 Taylor Motorsports 40 Ford DAY CAR RCH ATL LVS DAR
12
HCY TEX BRI NSV 78th 182 [24]
Roush Racing 9 Ford TAL
36
NHA NZH CLT DOV SBO GLN MLW MYB GTY IRP MCH BRI DAR RCH DOV CLT CAL CAR HOM
1999 Diamond Ridge Motorsports 29 Chevy DAY
QL
CAR
17
LVS
DNQ
ATL DAR TEX NSV BRI TAL CAL NHA RCH NZH CLT DOV SBO GLN MLW MYB PPR GTY IRP 102nd 112 [25]
Black Diamond Motorsports 82 Chevy MCH
DNQ
BRI
Specialty Racing 40 Chevy DAR
DNQ
RCH DOV CLT CAR MEM PHO HOM
2000 Team SABCO 82 Chevy DAY CAR LVS ATL DAR BRI TEX NSV TAL CAL RCH NHA CLT DOV SBO MYB GLN MLW NZH PPR GTY
17
IRP
21
MCH
20
BRI
37
DAR
41
RCH
27
DOV
32
CLT
8
CAR MEM
22
PHO HOM 53rd 795 [26]
2003 Tommy Baldwin Racing 6 Dodge DAY CAR LVS DAR BRI TEX TAL NSH CAL RCH GTY NZH CLT DOV NSH KEN MLW DAY CHI NHA PPR IRP MCH BRI
3
DAR RCH DOV KAN CLT MEM ATL PHO CAR HOM 98th 165 [27]
2004 Houraney Racing 86 Dodge DAY CAR LVS DAR BRI TEX NSH TAL CAL GTY RCH NZH CLT DOV NSH KEN MLW DAY CHI NHA PPR IRP MCH BRI CAL RCH
34
DOV KAN CLT MEM ATL PHO DAR HOM 133rd 61 [28]
2006 FitzBradshaw Racing 14 Dodge DAY CAL MXC LVS ATL BRI TEX NSH PHO TAL RCH DAR CLT DOV NSH KEN MLW DAY CHI NHA MAR GTY IRP
25
GLN MCH BRI CAL RCH
21
DOV CLT
24
MEM TEX
34
PHO HOM 71st 418 [29]
12 KAN
30
- Qualified for Curtis Markham

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 Ref
1995 Roush Racing 61 Ford PHO TUS SGS MMR POR EVG I70 LVL BRI MLW CNS HPT IRP FLM RCH MAR NWS SON MMR PHO
4
70th 160 [30]
1996 99 HOM PHO POR EVG TUS CNS HPT BRI NZH MLW LVL I70 IRP FLM GLN NSV RCH NHA MAR NWS SON MMR PHO
5
LVS
36
75th 210 [31]
2001 Ultra Motorsports 1 Dodge DAY
22
HOM
1*
MMR
1*
MAR
22
GTY
1*
DAR
31
PPR
4
DOV
4
TEX
14
MEM
6
MLW
1
KAN
2
KEN
24*
NHA
5
IRP
23
NSH
2
CIC
7
NZH
8
RCH
4
SBO
1*
TEX
10
LVS
1
PHO
6
CAL
1*
2nd 3597 [32]
2002 DAY
2
DAR
1*
MAR
24*
GTY
12
PPR
16
DOV
1*
TEX
5
MEM
3
MLW
5
KAN
5
KEN
9
NHA
4
MCH
32
IRP
16
NSH
3*
RCH
7
TEX
6
SBO
14*
LVS
9
CAL
1*
PHO
2
HOM
2*
3rd 3308 [33]
2003 DAY
29
DAR
2*
MMR
5
MAR
2
CLT
1
DOV
21
TEX
13
MEM
1*
MLW
4
KAN
15
KEN
2
GTW
7
MCH
2
IRP
6
NSH
2
BRI
15
RCH
3*
NHA
12
CAL
1
LVS
8
SBO
3
TEX
3
MAR
10
PHO
2
HOM
13
3rd 3819 [34]
2004 DAY
26
ATL
8
MAR
15
MFD
13
CLT
31
DOV
12
TEX
2*
MEM
3*
MLW
1*
KAN
30
KEN
7
GTW
3
MCH
2
IRP
25
NSH
3
BRI
27
RCH
1*
NHA
7
LVS
8
CAL
2*
TEX
6
MAR
5*
PHO
19*
DAR
3
HOM
2
3rd 3554 [35]
2005 DAY
5
CAL
5
ATL
6
MAR
7
GTY
1*
MFD
12
CLT
3
DOV
17
TEX
14
MCH
28
MLW
3
KAN
14
KEN
5
MEM
26
IRP
14
NSH
2
BRI
6
RCH
4
NHA
3
LVS
2
MAR
4
ATL
14
TEX
14
PHO
6
HOM
19
1st 3535 [36]
2006 Germain Racing 9 Toyota DAY
3
CAL
3
ATL
4
MAR
2
GTY
2
CLT
4
MFD
16
DOV
18
TEX
7
MCH
23
MLW
24
KAN
22
KEN
6
MEM
19
IRP
8
NSH
4
BRI
3
NHA
31
LVS
2
TAL
3
MAR
15*
ATL
24
TEX
11
PHO
19
HOM
33
6th 3314 [37]
2007 DAY
9
CAL
5
ATL
8
MAR
5
KAN
12
CLT
5
MFD
8
DOV
20
TEX
9
MCH
5
MLW
34
MEM KEN
3
IRP
12
NSH
8
BRI
27
GTW
3
NHA
7
LVS
15
TAL
25
MAR
8
ATL
9
TEX
1
PHO
11
HOM
18
7th 3183 [38]
2008 HT Motorsports 59 Toyota DAY
28
CAL
6
ATL
7
MAR
15
KAN
10
CLT
22
MFD
17
DOV
11
TEX
28
MCH
24
MLW
19
MEM
20
KEN
13
IRP
20
NSH
8
BRI
10
GTW
10
NHA
17
LVS TAL MAR ATL TEX PHO HOM 20th 2099 [39]
2010 Billy Ballew Motorsports 15 Toyota DAY
31
ATL MAR NSH KAN DOV CLT TEX MCH IOW GTY IRP POC NSH DAR BRI CHI KEN NHA LVS MAR TAL TEX PHO HOM 113rd 70 [40]

ARCA Permatex SuperCar Series[edit]

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

ARCA Permatex SuperCar Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 APSC Pts Ref
1989 Ted Musgrave Racing 98 Chevy DAY
9
ATL
8
KIL TAL FRS POC KIL HAG POC TAL DEL FRS ISF TOL DSF SLM ATL 76th - [41]

International Race of Champions[edit]

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

International Race of Champions results
Year Make 1 2 3 4 Pos. Pts Ref
2006 Pontiac DAY
10
TEX
9
DAY
12
ATL
5
11th 24 [42]

References[edit]

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Bobby Hamilton
NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Champion
2005
Succeeded by
Todd Bodine
Achievements
Preceded by
Butch Miller
Snowball Derby Winner
1988
Succeeded by
Rick Crawford