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Dave Blaney

American racecar driver David Blaney was born on Oct. 24, 1962, in Harford Township, Ohio. In 1983, he won the All-Star Sprint Circuit Rookie-of-the-Year award. He raced in the United States Automobile Club Silver Crown Series and won the national championship in 1984. In 1985, he won his first World of Outlaws race at Tri-City Speedway, and won the championship in 1995. In the 1997 season, he won three races, including the premiere event in sprint car racing, the Knoxville Nationals. He began his Busch series career in 1998. He won his first Busch series victory at Lowes Motor Speedway in 2006. In the summer of 2010, he returned to sprint car racing.
American racecar driver David Blaney was born on Oct. 24, 1962, in Harford Township, Ohio. In 1983, he won the All-Star Sprint Circuit Rookie-of-the-Year award. He raced in the United States Automobile Club Silver Crown Series and won the national championship in 1984. In 1985, he won his first World of Outlaws race at Tri-City Speedway, and won the championship in 1995. In the 1997 season, he won three races, including the premiere event in sprint car racing, the Knoxville Nationals. He began his Busch series career in 1998. He won his first Busch series victory at Lowes Motor Speedway in 2006. In the summer of 2010, he returned to sprint car racing. « Show less

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  • 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers

    Car | Driver | Make | Sponsor | Team | Crew Chief 43 | A.J. Allmendinger | Ford | Best Buy | Richard Petty Motorsports | Mike Shiplett 9 | Marcos Ambrose | Ford | Stanley | Richard Petty Motorsports | Todd Parrott 21 | Trevor Bayne | Ford | Motorcraft/...
  • 2011 Drivers in the three NASCAR racing series -- Sprint Cup, Nationwide and Camping World Trucks

    SPRINT CUP SERIES Car | Driver | Make | Sponsor | Team | Crew Chief 43 | A.J. Allmendinger | Ford | Best Buy | Richard Petty Motorsports | Mike Shiplett 9 | Marcos Ambrose | Ford | Stanley | Richard Petty Motorsports | Todd Parrott 21 | Trevor Bayne |...
  • List of 2011 NASCAR drivers and each of their series teams

    This is an alphabetical list of every driver running in each of the three NASCAR series -- the Sprint Cup, Nationwide and/or Camping World Truck series. Drivers running in two or all three series have all their teams listed below them. See who's running...
  • David Reutimann will drive for Tommy Baldwin Racing

    David Reutimann will drive for Tommy Baldwin Racing
    Tommy Baldwin Racing added NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver David Reutimann to the team’s 2012 driver lineup alongside Dave Blaney. Still seeking sponsorship for both Reutimann and Blaney, details regarding car number, sponsors and team members...
  • Kentucky Speedway has parking solution

    DAYTONA, Fla. — Kentucky Speedway officials are trying to make nice after the horrendous parking snafus that plagued the Sprint Cup race there last June in Sparta, Ky. "We had a little traffic problem," Bruton Smith, chairman and CEO of Speedway...
  • Stewart acquires points for Danica to run Daytona

    Stewart acquires points for Danica to run Daytona
    Danica Patrick will be guaranteed a spot in the Daytona 500 via a partnership with Tommy Baldwin Racing. TBR will officially field Patrick's No. 10 Chevrolet in all 10 of her Sprint Cup Series races this season. It will begin the season with the points...
  • Stewart and Kenseth win Daytona qualifying races

    Stewart and Kenseth win Daytona qualifying races
    Matt Kenseth used a bold pass of teammate Greg Biffle to win the second Daytona 500 qualifying race.     Biffle was leading headed into the final lap Thursday but tried to block Kenseth, who dove to the inside and used a push from Jimmie Johnson to...
  • Matt Kenseth wins wild Daytona 500

    Matt Kenseth wins wild Daytona 500
    There was rain, fire, soap suds and fog in the most bizarre Daytona 500in history. When it was all over, Matt Kenseth was the only sure thing. It wasn't even close. Kenseth capped a crazy 36 hours for NASCAR by winning the first postponed Daytona 500...
  • Marcos Ambrose notches Watkins Glen repeat in wild finish, Clint Bowyer is 4th

    Marcos Ambrose notches Watkins Glen repeat in wild finish, Clint Bowyer is 4th
    On a track too greasy to provide traction, Marco Ambrose surged from third to first on the final lap of Sunday's Finger Lakes 355 at Watkins Glen International and won the race in a slugfest with runner-up Brad Keselowski. Keselowski had grabbed the lead...
  • Ryan Blaney wins Trucks race in Iowa

    Ryan Blaney wins Trucks race in Iowa
    Ryan Blaney became the youngest winner in NASCAR Trucks Series history Saturday night, taking the caution-filled race at Iowa Speedway at 18.     Blaney, the son of Sprint Cup driver Dave Blaney, was making his third start in the series. He made his...
  • Kasey Kahne cruises to third Coca-Cola 600 triumph, Bowyer is 13th

    Kasey Kahne cruises to third Coca-Cola 600 triumph, Bowyer is 13th
    Kasey Kahne continued his emphatic turnaround Sunday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway, handily winning the Coca-Cola 600 for the third time. In his 300th NASCAR Sprint Cup start, Kahne posted his first victory of the season, his first since joining...