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Nextel Cup Series - Car #17 Driven by Matt Kenseth

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Matt Kenseth
Vehicle Make:
Vehicle Owner:
Mark Martin
Pit Crew:
Roush Racing
Crew Chief:
Robbie Reiser
DeWalt Power Tools
Car 17 of the Nascar Nextel Cup Series, currently driven by Matt Kenseth and Sponsored by DeWalt Power Tools

YearDriverRankPointsStartsWinsTop 5Top 10Winnings
2004Matt Kenseth43507272816$5,207,260
2003Matt Kenseth150223611125$4,038,120
2002Matt Kenseth844323651119$3,888,850
2001Matt Kenseth13398236049$2,265,840
2000Matt Kenseth143711341411$2,150,760
1999Matt Kenseth494345011$143,561
1998Ron Hornaday601211000$27,850
1998Darrell Waltrip243906000$998,530
1997Darrell Waltrip26294231014$946,179
1996Darrell Waltrip29265731002$740,185
1995Darrell Waltrip19307831048$749,995
1994Darrell Waltrip93688310413$666,675
1993Darrell Waltrip133479300410$643,285
1992Darrell Waltrip936592931013$773,900
1991Darrell Waltrip83711292517$428,330
1990Darrell Waltrip203013230512$435,907
1990Greg Sacks323513011$190,348
1990Sarel Van Der Merwe78911000$12,070
1990Jimmy Horton362362000$69,875
1989Darrell Waltrip439712961418$949,535
1988Darrell Waltrip737642921014$608,885
1987Darrell Waltrip43911291616$293,770
1986Eddie Bierschwale249099000$97,110
1986Jim Hull99941000$5,390
1986Pancho Carter385026000$56,355
1986Doug Heveron3586510000$74,030
1986Phil Parsons271492000$83,680
1985Phil Parsons21142314001$105,060
1985Ken Ragan482776000$35,995
1985Lennie Pond336867000$70,640
1985Bosco Lowe10301000$6,825
1984Lake Speed261122000$98,320
1984Clark Dwyer23182820000$114,335
1984Morgan Shepherd285586000$59,670
1983Sterling Marlin18298030001$119,375
1982Lake Speed20281329005$109,410
1982Lowell Cowell391211000$26,215
1981Lake Speed181151000$84,210
1981John Anderson11002000$7,800
1981Tommy Houston523157000$20,760
1981Lowell Cowell571763000$8,055
1981Mike Potter92796000$14,500
1981Steve Pfeifer8601000$4,063
1981Roger Hamby90821000$2,450
1981Steve Spencer781032000$5,805
1981Glenn Jarrett602763000$12,650
1981Harry Gant31181000$233,815
1980Glenn Jarrett11401000$4,435
1980Roger Hamby20260626000$43,940
1980Don Whittington461151000$18,885
1979Steve Pfeifer851342000$4,220
1979Bill Elliott286635012$56,580
1979Roger Hamby31123113000$21,000
1979Skip Manning921162000$5,880
1979Harry Goularte106941000$1,460
1978Roger Hamby21252925002$40,565
1978Harry Goularte771061000$1,975
1977Roger Hamby12102000$2,275
1977Harry Goularte911001000$900
1976Gordon Johncock13001000$870
1975Darrell Waltrip72281171810$82,170

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