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Nextel Cup Series - Car #91 Driven by Bill Elliott

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Driver:
Bill Elliott
Vehicle Make:
Dodge
Vehicle Owner:
Ray Evernham Sr.
Pit Crew:
Evernham Motorsports
Crew Chief:
Chris Andrews
Sponsor:
Visteon
Car 91 of the Nascar Nextel Cup Series, currently driven by Bill Elliott and Sponsored by Visteon


YearDriverRankPointsStartsWinsTop 5Top 10Winnings
2005Bill Elliott431312000177743
2004Bill Elliott484865001567900
2003Casey Atwood611132000149838
2002Casey Atwood355210001988250
2002Hank Parker Jr.7864100039625
2000Todd Bodine494565001234065
1999Andy Hillenburg6934100032736
1999Dick Trickle471443000275364
1998Todd Bodine417457011378766
1998Andy Hillenburg541882000184901
1998Earl Ross80111164830
1998Morgan Shepherd473936000364541
1998Kevin Lepage3597714000852721
1997Kevin Lepage56231300057720
1997Mike Wallace465417000159303
1995Ken Pedersen684010009760
1991Robert Sprague865110003500
1990Edward Cooper769820008225
1990J.T. Hayes1014910002700
1987Ken Bouchard946710002075
1987Buddy Arrington251301000107300
1986David Sosebee9011620002310
1985John Krebs838510002250
1984John Krebs798920001790
1983John Krebs926710001100
1982John Krebs6715820001750
1978Billy Mcginnis93791000875
1977Harold Miller4647060008480
1977Terry Bivins3891100014920
1977Roland Wlodyka64010005520
1976Dick May2567100029425
1976Harold Miller5733330004885
1976Bob Burcham5531640006465
1975Harold Miller5434750004520
1975Ed Negre1773100035090


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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