Who drove the Kodak Nascar?

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Who drove the NASCAR Kodak car?

As NASCAR began to grow into a full-fledged big league sport during 1980’s and ’90’s, there were few cars as identifiable as the bright yellow number 4 Kodak Chevy of Morgan-McClure Motorsports.

Who drove the number 4 Kodak car in 1999?

4 Oldsmobile driven by Rick Wilson. Wilson drove the No. 4 car for four seasons, and he had some sub-par success. He accumulated 17 top 10 finishes and four top five finishes in four seasons.

Who drove the 41 Kodiak car in NASCAR?

Larry Hedrick Motorsports (LHM) was a NASCAR team. It was owned by businessman Larry Hedrick and always fielded the No. 41 Chevrolet in both the Winston Cup and the Busch Series.

What happened to Morgan McClure racing?

McClure spent eighteen months in jail and works at a family car dealership. MMM returned to The Cup Series at Bristol in August 2010, but Kevin Lepage failed to qualify for the race. The team has not attempted another race. The team closed its doors in 2012.

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Who drove the Little Debbie NASCAR?

NASCAR veteran Ken Schrader has joined the Wood Brothers/JTG Racing Team and will drive the famed Number 21 Ford Fusion during the 2006 Nextel Cup season, sponsored now by Little Debbie, “America’s #1 snack cake.”

Was Eric McClure related to Morgan McClure?

McClure is the nephew of Larry McClure of Morgan-McClure Motorsports. The team fielded Cup Series cars and won the Daytona 500 three times. McClure revealed to the Bristol Herald Courier in 2019 that he was dealing with serious health issues, including being diagnosed with rhabdomyolysis.

Who drove the 36 M&M car in 2001?

He signed to drive the No. 36 M&M’s-sponsored Pontiac Grand Prix for MB2 Motorsports. In his first year of competition, Schrader had two top 10s and finished 18th in the standings. He posted five top 10s in 2001, but dropped to 19th in the standings.

Who drove Morgan McClure racing?

4 Chevrolet, with Marlin winning two Daytona 500s and Irvan, one. Among Morgan-McClure’s other drivers over the years were Mark Martin, Joe Ruttman, Rick Wilson, the late Bobby Hamilton, Mike Skinner, Jimmy Spencer, Mike Wallace and Ward Burton.

What happened to Nascar driver Ernie Irvan?

Ernie Irvan Saved From Drowning in His Own Blood by Pocketknife and Emergency Tracheotomy After Horrifying NASCAR Accident. Coming into the 1994 NASCAR season, Ernie Irvan and his team had high expectations. In two of the previous three seasons, Irvan had finished in the top six of the NASCAR final points standings.

Who drove the Budweiser car in Nascar?

Kevin Harvick, Budweiser

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4 Budweiser-sponsored Stewart-Haas Racing Chevrolet he drove in 2014 and 2015.

Who drives for Stewart Haas Racing in Nascar?

Stewart Haas Racing Team

The organization has earned 2 driver’s championships and 65 wins so far. Notable drivers that have competed for Stewart-Haas include Ryan Newman, Kurt Busch, Daniel Suarez, Danica Patrick, Tony Stewart, and currently Kevin Harvick, Clint Bowyer, Aric Almirola and Cole Custer.

Who drove the 4 car in 1994?

The No. 4 car has won the Daytona 500 a total of three times. Ernie Irvan was the first driver to do so in 1991 driving for Morgan-McClure Motorsports. Sterling Marlin followed that up with back-to-back Daytona 500 wins for Morgan-McClure, winning in 1994 and 1995.

Who is Larry McClure?

Larry McClure, who admitted to First Degree Murder in the February 2019 death of John McGuire, was sentenced to life without mercy, according to McDowell County Prosecutor Emily Miller. Larry’s daughter, Amanda McClure, who pleaded guilty to Second Degree Murder in this case, is scheduled to be sentenced Oct. 1, 2020.