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Driver: Jamie McMurray Biography: Nascar Racing

Jamie McMurray 2005 money earnings are currently $2,376,113.00



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Quick Stats
2005 Earnings
$2,376,113.00

Biography
Jamie McMurray
Born: Jun 03, 1976
Hometown: Joplin, MO
Resides: Joplin, MO
Primary Series: Nextel Cup

Career Victories
  • 1 career win
  • 2003: Finished 13th in points
  • 2003: Rookie of the Year
  • 2002: Won UAW-GM 500 at Lowe's
  • 2002: Finished 6th in Busch Series standings
  • 2001: Finished 16th in Busch Series standings
  • 2000: Finished 22nd in Craftsman Truck standings
  • Despite his young age, Jamie McMurray has garnered quite a bit of national and international attention in his racing career. McMurray won his first United States Go-Kart title at the age of 10 in 1986. He would go on to win three more in the following six seasons. In 1991, he won the World Go-Karting Championship. A year later, McMurray started driving NASCAR late models. He won the track championship at I-44 Speedway in Lebanon, Mo. in 1997, defeating former NASCAR Winston Racing Series champion Larry Phillips for the championship. McMurray got his first taste of NASCAR's big time in 1999, when he competed in five Craftsman Truck Series events. He competed in 15 NCTS events in 2000, garnering Bud Pole Awards at Michigan and Nashville and a third-place finish at Indianapolis Raceway Park. In October of 2000, McMurray was tabbed to drive for Brewco Motorsports in the Busch Series. He competed in all 33 Busch Series events in 2001, posting three top-10 finishes. It would hardly be a precursor of what was to come.
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    #42 Nascar Auto Racing Car made by Dodge and Sponsored by Texaco/Havoline driven by Jamie McMurray
    Car Information
    Car Number: #42
    Driver: Jamie McMurray
    Sponsored by:
    Texaco/Havoline
    Owner: Floyd Ganassi
    Crew Chief:
    Donnie Wingo
    Car Make: Dodge

    Car #42 Driver History


    YearDriverRankPointsStartsWinsTop 5Top 10Winnings
    2004Jamie McMurray113356270716$2,822,110
    2003Jamie McMurray133965360513$2,699,970
    2000Kenny Irwin42144017011$949,436
    1999Joe Nemechek30295634113$1,634,946
    1998Joe Nemechek26289732014$1,343,991
    1997Phil Parsons62701000$12,845
    1997Joe Nemechek28461000$732,194
    1996Kyle Petty27269628002$689,041
    1996Jim Sauter521702000$51,172
    1995Kyle Petty30263830115$697,375
    1994Kyle Petty15333931027$693,771
    1993Kyle Petty53860301915$659,095
    1992Kyle Petty53945292917$767,960
    1991Kyle Petty31207818124$383,625
    1991Bobby Hillin, Jr308098000$233,915
    1991Tommy Kendall631141000$12,450
    1991Kenny Wallace442142000$40,325
    1990Kyle Petty113501291214$457,390
    1989Kyle Petty30209919015$98,977
    1986Dick Trickle632302000$19,175
    1985Tom Sneva11301000$1,455
    1984Terry Schoonover86612000$2,585
    1984Dick Trickle88551000$7,500
    1983Lennie Pond341882001$41,530
    1982Kyle Petty15249623024$110,375
    1982Ronnie Thomas301194000$23,570
    1981Kyle Petty123335310110$100,745
    1980Kyle Petty28159614006$36,045
    1979Kyle Petty375595001$10,810
    1979Marty Robbins69581000$3,120
    1978Marty Robbins851091000$2,240
    1977Elmo Langley42581000$5,855
    1977Marty Robbins771732000$2,590
    1975Marty Robbins801212000$2,580
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