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Nextel Cup Series - Car #09 Driven by Bobby Hamilton Jr.

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Driver:
Bobby Hamilton Jr.
Vehicle Make:
Dodge
Vehicle Owner:
James Finch
Pit Crew:
Phoenix Racing
Crew Chief:
Marc Reno
Sponsor:
Phoenix Racing
Car 09 of the Nascar Nextel Cup Series, currently driven by Bobby Hamilton Jr. and Sponsored by Phoenix Racing


YearDriverRankPointsStartsWinsTop 5Top 10Winnings
2004Mike Wallace472913001$393,300
2004Bobby Hamilton Jr.443816000$554,145
2004Scott Pruett55371000$236,315
2004Tony Raines63431000$249,880
2004Joe Ruttman562076000$342,543
2004Johnny Benson502714000$403,674
2003Mike Wallace426296002$1,031,100
2003Buckshot Jones571121000$119,730
2003Scott Pruett53611000$143,035
2002Geoffrey Bodine435185012$1,224,500
2001Geoffrey Bodine68522000$80,855
1995Terry Fisher67491000$9,760
1992R.K. Smith83641000$4,880
1991R.K. Smith92341000$3,475
1990Jerry Hufflin100521000$2,750
1990Terry Fisher721181000$4,575
1989Roy Smith94401000$7,820
1989Terry Fisher9701000$2,825
1987Doug French88791000$895
1985Dick Trickle58552000$8,650
1980Dick May351642000$42,945
1980Nelson Oswald791522000$2,520
1980Cecil Gordon151001000$75,740
1979Nelson Oswald434316000$3,610
1979Bill Seifert124551000$960
1979Dick May30731000$25,595
1978Nelson Oswald465016000$2,955
1978Eddie Bradshaw101641000$600
1977Eddie Bradshaw731862001$2,920
1976Eddie Bradshaw701181000$2,685


Today, NASCAR race cars have very little in common with street cars as they had in the past. Almost every detail of a NASCAR car is handmade to improve, speed, power to weight ratio, fuel economy and performance. Every detail on a NASCAR car is checked, modified and improved right down to the tires they drive on, to the design of the bumpers. The bodies are built from flat light weight sheet metal. The engines are assembled from a bare block, with special emphasis on producing, torque, power and performance. The frame is constructed from strong, lightweight steel tubing which is strong and durable in case of a crash at high speeds to protect the driver. All of these modifications and more are made to make the car faster, lighter, performance enhancing and safer then their competitions.
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