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    (February 15, 1951- )
    Born in Berwick, Pennsylvania
    Former NASCAR racer
    1979 Shangri-La Speedway NASCAR Modified Division Rookie of the Year
    1982 and 1983 Shangri-La Speedway NASCAR Modified Division track champion
    1986 and 1987 NASCAR National Modified Champion
    Drove for Frank Cicci Racing (1985-1989), Baker-Schiff Racing (1989), Osterlund Racing (1990), Travis Carter Enterprises (1991-1992, 1995-2001), Moroso Motorsports (1992), Bobby Allison Motorsports (1992-1993), Junior Johnson & Associates (1994), Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates (2002), Ultra Motorsports (2003-2005), Morgan-McClure Motorsports (2004), Arnold Motorsports (2005) and Furniture Row Racing (2006)
    NASCAR analyst on Speed Channel
    Nicknamed 'Mr. Excitement'
    Has 2 career wins in the Cup Series, 12 wins in the Busch/Nationwide Series and 1 win in the NASCAR Truck Series
    He was an overly aggressive driver.
    He has a bad temper and tends to say things he regrets later.
    He punched Kurt Busch after he wrecked him during a race.
    Winston/No Bull and Camel Cigarettes sponsored his racecars.
    He was arrested in 2004 for interfering with the police when they tried to arrest his son for vandalism.
    He shares his name with an NFL player.
    He won his modified championships after the schedule was shortened.
    During the 2002 season, he felt that the Infineon Raceway and Watkins Glen International racetracks should have 'been used for Air Force bomb testing sites.'
    Sometimes he tried to press his religious views during interviews.
    He said his idea of a dream date would be with Johnny Carson.
    He worked as a mentor for many young drivers.
    He has a loyal fan following.
    He was one of the few drivers who spoke their minds in a time when many were politically correct spokespeople for sponsors.
    He worked with the same team owner and crew chief for many years.
    He was released from Chip Ganassi Racing just weeks before the 2003 season started.
    He became the seventh driver to win a race in all three of NASCAR's major racing series.
    He owned his own Busch Series team for a couple of years.
    He never officially announced his retirement.
    He put up with a lot of jokes that were made about his weight.

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