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Driver: Bill Elliott Biography: Nascar Racing

Bill Elliott 2005 money earnings are currently $387,443.00

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Bill Elliott
Born: Oct 08, 1955
Hometown: Dawsonville, GA
Resides: Blairsville, Georgia
Primary Series: Nextel Cup

Career Victories
  • 1 Career Craftsman Trucks Series wins
  • Bill Elliott's racing career started because his father wanted to keep his sons out of trouble. George Elliott, Bill's father, started bringing his sons to the racetracks of North Georgia to spend a little quality time and to keep the boys occupied and out of trouble. Soon after, Bill became interested in racing and began making the local rounds. Some years later Bill, all of 20 years old, took the green flag at North Carolina Speedway for his first Cup race. His family-run team struggled mightily to get the necessary funds to run in NASCAR's elite series, but six years later, help came. Michigan-based businessman Harry Melling gave Elliott's team a financial boost. In 1983, Elliott ran his first complete season in Cup. On November 20 of that year, Elliott made his first trip to Victory Lane in Cup at Riverside International Raceway. Elliott first got big-league notoriety in 1985, when he won 11 races and 11 poles. Victories in that season's Daytona 500, the Winston 500 at Talladega and the Southern 500 at Darlington brought him the first "Winston Million" and the nickname "Million Dollar Bill." The feat also made Elliott the first Cup driver to appear the cover of Sports Illustrated. Three years later, in 1988, Elliott won the NASCAR championship after posting six wins, six poles, 11 top-five and 22 top-10 finishes in 29 races. In 1992, Elliott left Melling and began a relationship with Junior Johnson that nearly paid immediate dividends. Elliott narrowly missed a second NASCAR championship, losing to Alan Kulwicki by just 10 points. Perhaps Elliott's most noteworthy accomplishment is his dominance of the Most Popular Driver award. Elliott has taken the honor a record 16 times, including 10 consecutive awards from 1991-2000. Despite all the accolades, Elliott says the business is always changing. "Everything changes there so much. It changes year-to-year and even race-to-race. You're always having to adapt to the things that have changed since the last race."
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    #91 Nascar Auto Racing Car made by Dodge and Sponsored by Visteon driven by Bill Elliott
    Bill Elliott Driver of #91 Dodge  Car for Evernham Motorsports Sponsored by Visteon
    Bill Elliott
    Nascar Driver
    Car Information
    Car Number: #91
    Driver: Bill Elliott
    Sponsored by:
    Owner: Ray Evernham Sr.
    Crew Chief:
    Chris Andrews
    Car Make: Dodge

    Car #91 Driver History

    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  © 1998-2019 Privacy Policy
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