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One Day More! In Sprint Cup Series competition the #1 car has started 1,346 races and has 19 wins, 34 poles, 156 top 5s, 367 top 10s, and 396 DNFs.
After driving for DEI in the Busch (XFINITY) Series and making 5 Cup starts in the DEI #14 in 1997, Steve Park was named Dale Earnhardt Inc.’s first full time driver piloting the #1 Pennzoil Chevy. In the third race of the year, at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Park failed to qualify. The following week, he broke his leg in an accident while testing at the Atlanta Motor Speedway. Two weeks later, the team hired 3 time Champion Darrell Waltrip to substitute for Park. Park returned later in the season at the Brickyard 400 after recovering. In his 13 races that year Waltrip posted 2 top 10 finishes, better than Park’s best finish of 11th for 1998. In 1999, Park finished five times in the top ten and ranked fourteenth in points earned. In 2000, Park won his first two Pole awards, won his first race at his home track of Watkins Glen, and ranked eleventh in points. In 2001, in the first race after the death of his car owner Dale Earnhardt, Park beat Bobby Labonte in a close finish to score a victory at Rockingham with a very emotional celebration. Park's career encountered difficulties at a Busch Series race at Darlington Speedway when he was injured in a bizarre crash under caution that left. The severity of the crash caused a massive brain injury as well as several broken ribs. Kenny Wallace drove the car while Park recuperated with a best finish of second place at Rockingham. Wallace made a total of 17 starts between 2001 and the first 4 races of 2002. Park returned to his #1 at Darlington in 2002, but his season was plagued my bad luck and crashes, the most spectacular of which came on the first lap at Pocono with teammate Dale Earnhardt Jr. During 2003, DEI let Park go midway into the season, and he was effectively "traded" to Richard Childress Racing for Jeff Green, who took over the #1 car from Park with Park taking over the #30 AOL car for Childress. Park scored 2 wins in his 152 starts in #1.
Following a fallout between Jeff Green and the #30 RCR team at Richmond in 2003, Green was hired to pilot the Pennzoil #1 while Park took over the #30. Green only started 12 races in the #1 as Ron Fellows drove the car on the 2 road course races. Fellows, a friend of Dale Earnhardt’s, was contracted to drive #1 full time in 2002, but Earnhardt’s death nullified the contract. John Andretti took over driving duties for 10 of the final 11 races of 2003, with Jason Keller making one start at Talladega as Andretti was already contracted to drive the #90 for RCR in that race. Andretti & Fellows returned to drive the #1 in 2004, but lack of consistent sponsorship caused the team to field cars part time. Andretti started 15 races in #1; Fellows started 3.
In 2004 & 2005, Busch Series Champion Martin Truex Jr. started 8 races in the DEI #1 before racing full time starting in 2006. On June 4, 2007, Truex scored his first career NEXTEL Cup victory in the #1 car at the Dover in a COT race. Truex also qualified to race in the Chase for the Nextel Cup that year. He was DEI's only representative in the 2007 Chase for the Cup and his qualification is, to date, the last for a driver in a DEI car. At the end of 2009, Truex left the team for Michael Waltrip Racing.
After 2009 Jamie McMurry began driving the #1 car, now majority owned by McMurray’s former boss Chip Ganassi. Pro Shops was joined by McDonald's as a primary sponsor. McMurray started the year of with a bang, winning the 2010 Daytona 500 for Ganassi in his first race in the #1 car. McMurray returned to the winner's circle by winning the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis, the first time that he had won multiple races in a season since joining the Cup Series full-time in 2003. He added a third win at the Bank of America 500 at Charlotte during the Chase. After more struggling in 2011-2012, McMurray finally broke back into victory lane at the fall 2013 Talladega race, his first victory in three seasons. McMurray also won the Sprint All-Star Race in 2014, but did not reach victory lane in a points paying event, missing the Chase. McMurray will return to the #1 in 2015, now completely owned by Ganassi and Felix Sabates. McMurray has 4 wins in his 180 starts in the #1.
Rick Mast has the most starts of anyone in #1 with 181 from 1991-1996 with no wins. He started out the 1991 season by leading 14 laps in the Daytona 500 and finished fourth. At Talladega later that year Mast, 1 lap down in 10th, pushed fuel deficient Harry Gant to the win, almost warranting a penalty. With less than 25 laps to go in the DieHard 500, Mast was tapped by Buddy Baker entering the tri-oval and flipped over. He slid to a stop a few hundred feet beyond the start-finish line and soon climbed out of the car, much to the delight of the crowd. He was not injured, but half-jokingly said afterwards, "I'm okay but I need another pair of underwear". In 1992 Mast won the pole for the Hooters 500, a historic race. He also won the pole at the inaugural Brickyard 400 in 1994. Mast almost won at Rockingham in 1994, but Dale Earnhardt was able to hold him off for the win and his 7th championship. This 2nd place finish was the highest of Mast’s career.
Paul Lewis started 71 races in #1 from 1960-1967, including his only career win at Maryville in 1967.
Donnie Allison drove car #1 to 4 wins in 61 starts from 1976-1982. However, Allison #1 is possibly most remembered for his involvement in a final-lap crash and subsequent fight with Cale Yarborough at the 1979 Daytona 500.
Sgt. George Green started the #1 car 51 times from 1961-1963 without earning a win. Green was fired when he was caught stealing $600 in “owner’s winnings” from Potter, so he reenlisted in the Army and was shipped to Germany for further training.
Lake Speed started the #1 car 35 times from 1983-1984 without a win.
In 1964 Billy Wade started Bud Moore’s #1 machine 32 times. That summer he won 4 consecutive races at Old Bridge Stadium, Bridgehampton. Islip Speedway, & Watkins Glen. These 4 wins would be the only wins of Wade’s career.
In 1990 Terry Labonte drove the #1 Oldsmobile in 29 races without reaching victory lane.
Between 1960 & 1981-1982 Buddy Baker started 29 races in #1 without a win.
Other notable drivers in #3:
Elton Hildreth, 20 starts
Morgan Shepherd, 19 starts
Brett Bodine, 14 starts
David Pearson, 10 starts, 1 win
Sterling Marlin, 10 starts
Bud Moore, 9 starts
Dale Jarrett, 8 starts
Kyle Petty, 6 starts
Jerry Nadeau, 5 starts
Davey Allison, 3 starts
AJ Foyt, 2 starts
Lloyd Dane, 1 start, 1 win
Eddie Gray, 1 start, 1 win
In the 2001 NASCAR Winston Cup Series season, Jeff Gordon of Hendrick Motorsports was crowned champion for the fourth time in seven years. The season was marked by tragedy with the death of seven-time Cup Series champion Dale Earnhardt in the season-opening Daytona 500, which would result in safety upgrades being instituted. It also was the first year of a unified television contract that had FOX/FX and NBC Sports/TNT broadcasting the season's races. Dodge returned to the sport for the first time since 1985, and Kevin Harvick was named rookie of the year. The 1959 First Annual 500 Mile NASCAR International Sweepstakes at Daytona, now known as the Daytona 500, was the first race at the 2.5 mile speedway and saw no caution flags. Lee Petty battled with Beauchamp during the final 30 laps of the race, and they were the only two drivers to finish on the lead lap. Petty took the lead with 3 laps left, and led at the start of the final lap. Petty and Beauchamp drove side by side across the finish line at the end final lap for a photo finish. Beauchamp was declared the unofficial winner by NASCAR officials, and he drove to victory lane. Petty protested the results, saying "I had Beauchamp by a good two feet. In my own mind, I know I won." It took NASCAR founder Bill France, Sr. three days to decide the winner the following Wednesday. In the end, with the help of photographs and newsreel footage, Lee Petty was officially declared the winner. TRIVIA TIME colegnd has offered a reward of Dogecoins to the first person to correctly answer a daily trivia question related to each number! No Google, Wikipedia, or internet allowed, just your own knowledge! This sounds like a fun game, so let’s give it a try! Thanks to colegnd for the idea and dogecoins, and if you have suggestions for future trivia questions please contact me the_colbeast. If you are declared the winner of the trivia contest and would like to donate you prize money to charity, please let me know in the comments.
Today’s Question: The DEI headquarters was a state of the art garage and business facility when it was built in the late 1990s. Its grandeur quickly earned it a nickname in the NASCAR world. What was it called?
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