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Nextel Cup Series - Car #2 Driven by Rusty Wallace

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Rusty Wallace
Vehicle Make:
Vehicle Owner:
Roger Penske
Pit Crew:
Penske Racing
Crew Chief:
Larry Carter
Miller Lite
Car 2 of the Nascar Nextel Cup Series, currently driven by Rusty Wallace and Sponsored by Miller Lite

YearDriverRankPointsStartsWinsTop 5Top 10 Winnings
2004Rusty Wallace17289627138$3,457,790
2003Rusty Wallace143950360212$3,766,740
2002Rusty Wallace74574360717$4,090,050
2001Rusty Wallace74481361814$4,272,410
2000Rusty Wallace745443441220$3,037,720
1999Rusty Wallace84155341716$2,167,429
1998Rusty Wallace445013311521$2,133,435
1997Rusty Wallace93598321812$1,505,260
1996Rusty Wallace73717315818$1,665,315
1995Rusty Wallace542403121519$1,323,880
1994Rusty Wallace342073181720$1,416,120
1993Rusty Wallace2444630101921$1,144,630
1992Rusty Wallace133556291512$556,465
1991Rusty Wallace103582292914$390,330
1990Ted Musgrave491822000$17,190
1990Rick Jeffrey87731000$5,300
1990Jim Sauter58611000$11,875
1990D.k. Ulrich92641000$4,265
1990Charlie Glotzbach701402000$15,355
1990Jerry O'Neil51851000$27,580
1990Troy Beebe7102000$19,675
1990Jim Bown6101000$18,330
1990Rick Mast3186810000$109,195
1990Eddie Bierschwale54671000$28,540
1989Ernie Irvan22291629004$144,329
1988Ernie Irvan26231925000$94,020
1987Kirk Bryant98611000$1,415
1986Rodney Combs464215000$12,180
1986Brett Bodine921091000$10,100
1986Kirk Bryant563014000$26,335
1985Rusty Wallace19286728028$205,875
1984Elliott Forbes-Robinson443495000$11,335
1984Rodney Combs10101000$1,750
1984Morgan Shepherd281241000$59,670
1983Morgan Shepherd202666230313$254,035
1983Mark Martin307837012$99,655
1982Tim Richmond262497252712$175,908
1982Joe Ruttman165695011$183,430
1981Joe Ruttman28118111024$110,125
1981Dale Earnhardt72608200711$324,290
1980Dale Earnhardt146613151924$451,360
1979Dale Earnhardt737492711117$237,575
1979David Pearson326614134$87,680
1978Dave Marcis543353001424$143,105
1977Dave Marcis25167915057$69,955
1977Richard White74971000$2,375
1976Bobby Allison440973001519$184,544
1975John Martin109731000$850
1975Dick May411121000$10,275
1975Ed Negre172643000$35,090
1975Richard White851061000$1,285

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