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Jamie McMurray

Jamie McMurray, of Joplin, Missouri, is a race car driver in the Sprint Cup Series. He drives the #1 Bass Pro Shops/McDonald's Chevrolet Impala. In 2003 McMurray was Raybestos Rookie of the Year for the NASCAR Winston Cup Series, and in 2010 he won the Daytona 500 and the Brickyard 400.
Jamie McMurray, of Joplin, Missouri, is a race car driver in the Sprint Cup Series. He drives the #1 Bass Pro Shops/McDonald's Chevrolet Impala. In 2003 McMurray was Raybestos Rookie of the Year for the NASCAR Winston Cup Series, and in 2010 he won the Daytona 500 and the Brickyard 400. « Show less

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  • Despite strong start, NASCAR driver Kasey Kahne looking for more

    This season, Kasey Kahne is enjoying the view up front.
  • All-Star Race reflects NASCAR change, growth

    The past three decades have featured unprecedented growth and change in NASCAR. Nothing epitomizes that transformation more than the sport's annual All-Star event at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Since its inception in 1985 the All-Star Race has changed its...

    Who's in the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race?

    A quick look at the 20 drivers entered in Saturday night's NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway and how they have fared in the race historically. A.J. Allmendinger Starts: Three Best finish: 11th Comment: He's made the All-Star...

    With 30 drivers for 3 spots, Showdown looms at Charlotte

    Thirty drivers for three spots. Seventeen drivers are locked into Saturday night's NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway, with a chance to win the $1 million top prize. Friday's activities at the track will determine which three...

    Johnson stays on track during late caution, wins at Kansas

    Johnson stays on track during late caution, wins at Kansas
    KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) — Jimmie Johnson pulled into victory lane after his late-race gamble paid off to win the rain-delayed Sprint Cup race at Kansas Speedway, then pulled out his cellphone and tried to dial his wife in the first few minutes of...