Who drives number 25 in Nascar?

25 for team owner Rick Hendrick, making him the winningest driver with that car number. Hendrick enjoyed eight more wins with No. 25, divided among five drivers and led by Ken Schrader’s four triumphs. Honorable mentions: Ken Schrader, Jabe Thomas.

Who is number 25 in NASCAR?

NASCAR Car #25

Driver Races
1 Jabe Thomas 306
2 Ken Schrader 267
3 Ronnie Thomas 123
4 Brian Vickers 112

Who drove the number 25 NASCAR in 1997?

1997 NASCAR Winston Cup Drivers

Jeff Gordon 24
Ricky Craven 25
Todd Bodine 35

What happened to Tim Richmond?

Stock car driver Tim Richmond contracted AIDS from an unknown woman and died of complications caused by the disease, a physician close to the driver’s family said Wednesday. “There’s no way of knowing who that woman was,” David W. Dodson said at a news conference.

Who drove 24 car in NASCAR?

Hendrick Motorsports Car No. 24

Owner(s) Rick Hendrick Linda Hendrick Jeff Gordon
Base 4400 Papa Joe Hendrick Blvd, Concord, North Carolina, 28262
Series NASCAR Cup Series
Race drivers Jeff Gordon (1992–2015) Chase Elliott (2016–2017) William Byron (2018–present)
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Who drives Napa NASCAR?

Chase Elliott: No. 24 NAPA Chevrolet driver.

Who drove 2 in NASCAR?


Driver Races
1 Rusty Wallace 522
2 Brad Keselowski 396
3 Kurt Busch 180
4 Dave Marcis 136

Who all drove the Budweiser car in NASCAR?

Darrell Waltrip and Neil Bonnett, Budweiser

Darrell Waltrip and Neil Bonnett both drove Budweiser-sponsored cars for Junior Johnson in the mid-1980’s.

Who drove the 36 M&M car in 2001?

18, 2001. Earnhardt, the greatest stock car star of his era, had to be cut from his battered car and was taken to Halifax Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead of head injuries. Ken Schrader (36) slams into Dale Earnhardt (3) during the Daytona 500, in this Feb.

Who won the 1998 NASCAR championship?

The 1998 Winston Cup Champion Jeff Gordon. It was Gordon’s third championship in four years.

Who drives the 40 car in NASCAR?

NASCAR Car #40

Driver Races
1 Sterling Marlin 274
2 D.K. Ulrich 178
3 Landon Cassill 82
4 David Stremme 71

What NASCAR driver died in the 80s?

14 NASCAR drivers have died at Daytona International Speedway, more than any other circuit.

NASCAR Cup Series fatalities.

Driver Ricky Knotts ( U.S. )
Date of accident February 14, 1980
Event 125-mile race
Circuit Daytona International Speedway
Session Qualifying Race

Who is Tim Richmond in the ARCA series?

Timothy Richmond (born September 12, 1998) is an American professional stock car racing driver who competes part-time in the ARCA Menards Series as well as the ARCA Menards Series East and West, driving the No. 27 car for his team, Richmond Clubb Motorsports.

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Who drove the Folgers car?

Driving the Folgers Coffee Chevrolet for car owner Rick Hendrick, Tim Richmond ran the final NASCAR Cup races of his career in 1986 and 1987. Richmond won nine races during the period and was a career-best third in Cup points in 1986.