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Trevor Bayne

Trevor Bayne
American racecar driver Trevor Bayne was born on Feb. 19, 1991, in Knoxville, Tenn. He started racing go-karts at the age of 5. During the following eight years, he won three world championships, 300 feature wins and 18 state and track championships. In 2004, he went to the Allison Legacy Race Series and became the youngest top rookie. In 2005, he became the series' national champion and winning races during the next two years. He moved to the USAR Hooters Pro Cup Series Southern Division when he was 15; he received the highest rookie honors. In 2008, he won his first race at Thompson International Speedway. He received the Sunoco Rookie of the Race honors in the Toyota All-Star Showdown in... Show more »
American racecar driver Trevor Bayne was born on Feb. 19, 1991, in Knoxville, Tenn. He started racing go-karts at the age of 5. During the following eight years, he won three world championships, 300 feature wins and 18 state and track championships. In 2004, he went to the Allison Legacy Race Series and became the youngest top rookie. In 2005, he became the series' national champion and winning races during the next two years. He moved to the USAR Hooters Pro Cup Series Southern Division when he was 15; he received the highest rookie honors. In 2008, he won his first race at Thompson International Speedway. He received the Sunoco Rookie of the Race honors in the Toyota All-Star Showdown in 2009. In 2011, he won the Daytona 500, becoming the youngest winner in the race's history at 20 years and one day. « Show less

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  • NASCAR Sprint Cup Series nears amid changes such as Carl Edwards' move

    NASCAR Sprint Cup Series nears amid changes such as Carl Edwards' move
    With NASCAR's season only a month away, a few drivers are still adjusting to new teams and several crew chiefs are adjusting to new drivers.
  • Plenty Of Changes As New Season Approaches

    With NASCAR's season just a month away, a few drivers are still adjusting to new teams and several crew chiefs are adjusting to new drivers. The most notable change in NASCAR's Sprint Cup Series – which opens with the Daytona 500 on Feb. 22 –...

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    The Wood Brothers are an icon of NASCAR racing. The organization has won races in seven decades with nearly two dozen of the sport's best, including Ralph Earnhardt, David Pearson, Curtis Turner, Dale Jarrett, A.J. Foyt, Mark Martin and Bill Elliott,...

    Police complete investigation of Kurt Busch case

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    Kevin Harvick Pulls Off The Double, Winning Race And The Title

    HOMESTEAD, Fla. — The winner of the race is the winner of the Chase. Kevin Harvick held off Ryan Newman on a restart with three of 267 laps remaining to win Sunday's Ford 400 and capture the 2014 Sprint Cup Series championship. The championship is...