2009 Nascar Preview The Boys are Back in Town : Page 13

TRADING POST CLASSIFIEDS & BARGAIN MART CLASSIFIEDS where he swept the top spot for both events for the second consecutive year, plus Pocono and Richmond. 1995 -- Finished fourth in series points. ... Four wins and four poles; the latter trailed only Jeff Gordon (eight poles).... Finished with 13 top-fives and 22 top- 10s. ... Won at Lowe's Motor Speedway, North Wilkesboro, Talladega and Watkins Glen International, the latter from the pole for the third consecutive sea- son. ... Other poles came at Bristol (twice) and New Hampshire. 1994 -- Finished second in series points for second time in five seasons, 444 points behind champion Dale Earnhardt. ... Won twice, from the pole at Watkins Glen for the second consecutive year and at Atlanta. ... Finished with 20 top-10s. ... Watkins Glen was only pole of the season, but extended streak of consecutive seasons with at least one, to seven. 1993 -- Finished third in series points. ... Finished with five wins and five poles, trailing only Ken Schrader (six) in poles. ... Wins came at Watkins Glen, Bristol, Darlington, Michigan, and Phoenix. ... Poles came at New Hampshire, Bristol, Watkins Glen and a sweep at Rockingham. ...Won from the pole at Watkins Glen and Bristol. ... Extended string of seasons with at least one pole, to six. 1992 -- Finished sixth in series points for second consecutive year. ... Won twice -- at Martinsville and Lowe's Motor Speedway -- and finished with 14 top-fives and 17 top-10s. ... Had one pole (Atlanta), giving him at least one pole for five consecutive years. 1991 -- Finished sixth in series points. ... Had one win -- Atlanta -- and 14 top- fives. ... Five poles was a series high. ...Swept poles for both races at Lowe's Motor Speedway and Martinsville. Other pole came at Pocono. ... A total 14 poles in the past three seasons. 1990 -- Finished second in series points, 26 points behind champion Dale Earnhardt -- the series' fifth-closest margin of victory at the time. ... Tied for sec- ond in series for wins (three) and poles (three). ... Wins came at Richmond, North Wilkesboro and Michigan. ... Poles came at North Wilkesboro, Pocono and Martinsville. Made 10 front-row starts.... Finished with 16 top-fives and 23 top- 10s. 1989 -- Finished third in series points. ... Became championship contender in his second season with Roush and third full-time season overall. ... Earned first series victory Oct. 22 at Rockingham (his 113th career start). ... Added five runner-up finishes, 14 top-fives and six poles, the latter tying Alan Kulwicki for the series' season high. NASCAR PREVIEW 2009 PAGE 13 1988 -- Finished 15th in series points. ... His first with owner Jack Roush. ... Finished with 10 top-10 finishes, including career-best second at Bristol. ... Earned a pole at Dover. 1987 -- Finished 101st in points, starting only one race. ... Ran for Roger Hamby. 1986 -- Finished 48th in series points after not running the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series in 1984 and '85. ... Ran five events for Gunderman Racing. ... Had two second-place starts. 1983 -- Finished 30th in series points. ... Ran partial schedule for four different teams: J.D. Stacy (seven races), Morgan-McClure (six), D.K. Ulrich (two) and his own (one). ... Best finish came with Stacy, as he matched his career best with a third-place effort at Darlington. 1982 -- Finished 14th in series points. ... Competed in first full-time season as driver/owner and finished runner-up to Geoff Bodine for Rookie of the Year. ... Ran 30 races, including one for Bob Rogers, with two season-best fifth-place fin- ishes and eight top-10s. 1981 -- Finished 42nd in series points. ... Debuted as a driver/owner. ... Competed in five races, including a third-place finish at Martinsville and poles at Nashville and Richmond Fairgrounds. ... His first career pole (Nashville) came in his third career start. ... First career start came April 5 at North Wilkesboro, where he started fifth and finished 27th. PREVIOUS RACING HISTORY Won his record-extending 47th NASCAR Nationwide Series race in 2005 at Las Vegas .... Won his record fifth IROC championship in 2005. ... In 2006, he had 14 starts in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, winning a series-high six times, with 11 top-fives and 12 top-10s. NOTEWORTHY Owns Mark Martin Performance, a company which sells quarter- midget racing chassis. ... Helped build the quarter-midget track at New Smyrna (Fla.) Speedway. ... Teenaged son, Matt, is an aspiring driver. BUCHANAN SATELLITE AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR: 7 DAYS A WEEK • DISH NETWORK • DIRECTV • Hughes Net (DSLVIA SATELLITE) Who is the main sponsor for Tony Stewart? 423-638-3067 • TOLLFREE: 877-525-3474 www.buchanansat.com Over 20 Years Experience HughesNet Broadband Unbound. TM Who is the main sponsor for Greg Biffle? Who is the main sponsor for Matt Kenseth?

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