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Nextel Cup Series - Car #66 Driven by Hermie Sadler

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Hermie Sadler
Vehicle Make:
Vehicle Owner:
Pit Crew:
Robert Yates Racing
Crew Chief:
Todd Parrott
Car 66 of the Nascar Nextel Cup Series, currently driven by Hermie Sadler and Sponsored by M&M's

YearDriverRankPointsStartsWinsTop 5Top 10Winnings
2003Hideo Fukuyama63982000$115,229
2002Hideo Fukuyama72802000$79,005
2002Geoffrey Bodine4301000$1,224,500
2002Todd Bodine382183000$1,879,770
2001Todd Bodine29296035022$1,740,310
2000Darrell Waltrip36198129000$1,246,280
1999Darrell Waltrip37215827000$973,133
1995Ben Hess59791000$35,785
1993Mike Wallace462703000$30,125
1993Derrike Cope26811000$395,015
1992Jimmy Hensley28241022004$213,735
1992Bobby Hillin, Jr34881000$97,330
1992>Chad Little314896000$135,775
1991Randy LaJoie502283000$23,875
1991Dorsey Schroeder59401000$11,945
1991Chuck Bown76851000$5,225
1991Lake Speed32174220000$147,400
1991Dick Trickle354034000$117,125
1990Dick Trickle22286329024$293,400
1989Rick Mast35131513001$115,502
1988Bob Schacht7001000$5,170
1988John Krebs73881000$1,600
1988Derrike Cope31761000$120,435
1987John Krebs90761000$1,125
1987Tom Sneva89761000$11,135
1986Phil Parsons27159315015$83,680
1985Phil Parsons21131714003$105,060
1984Phil Parsons24229023003$87,800
1983Ron Esau841072000$1,575
1983Phil Parsons434585000$23,850
1982Jim Lee681552000$1,760
1982Mike Potter98642000$3,535
1982Lowell Cowell394334000$26,215
1982Lake Speed20401000$109,410
1981Lake Speed18270526006$84,210
1981Elmo Langley95761000$575
1980Lake Speed22120811003$69,670
1978Harry Gant53401000$14,150
1975Terry Link121221000$595

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