The 1997 NASCAR Winston Cup Series was the 49th season of professional stock car racing in the United States and the 26th modern-era NASCAR Cup series. It began on February 9 and ended on November 16. Jeff Gordon of Hendrick Motorsports won his second Cup championship at the end of the season.
Who drove the Number 1 Nascar in 1997?
1: JAMIE McMURRAY
McMurray’s four wins with the number force a tie with Donnie Allison and Billy Wade, but the significance of those triumphs — including a Brickyard 400 victory — wins out here. Honorable mentions: Donnie Allison, Rick Mast, Steve Park, Martin Truex Jr., Billy Wade.
Who won the Nascar championship in 1998?
Jeff Gordon won the Driver’s Championship, the third of his career, and his third in the last four seasons.
Who won the 1996 Nascar championship?
The 1996 NASCAR Winston Cup Series consisted of 31 events, run at 18 race tracks in 15 states. Terry Labonte won his second series championship, beating Jeff Gordon by 37 points; the Rick Hendrick-owned No. 5 Kellogg’s Corn Flakes Chevrolet team won the series’ owner’s championship.
Who won the 1997 Pepsi 400?
1997 Pepsi 400
Who drove the number 12 Nascar in 1997?
Neil Bonnett drove the No. 12 Budweiser car in the NASCAR Cup Series. Bonnett is considered one of the greatest drivers in NASCAR history.
Who is #1 Nascar?
NASCAR Car #1
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Who won the Nascar championship in 1995?
Jeff Gordon of Hendrick Motorsports won his first career championship.
Who won the Nascar championship in 1994?
Dale Earnhardt of Richard Childress Racing was crowned champion at season’s end, winning consecutive Winston Cups for the third time in his career and tying Richard Petty for the record of most top-level NASCAR championships with seven.
Who won the Nascar championship in 2000?
NASCAR Cup Series Champions
How much did Terry Labonte win 1996?
1996 NASCAR Winston Cup Standings
Who drove the number 11 car in 1996?
The organization struggled, managing only 2 top-10s with Bodine. Johnson eventually sold off both cars for 1996, the No. 11 sticking with Brett Bodine to form Brett Bodine Racing, and the No.
Who won the Nascar championship in 1999?
Dale Jarrett, representing Robert Yates Racing, was crowned the champion, while the NASCAR Manufacturers’ Championship was won by the Ford drivers with 13 wins and 231 points over second-place Chevrolet who had 12 wins and 210 points.