NASCAR Drivers  

David Reutimann #00

Martin Truex Jr. #1

Kurt Busch #2

Mark Martin #5

David Ragan #6

Casey Mears #07

Robby Gordon #7

Kasey Kahne #9

Denny Hamlin #11

David Stremme #12

Tony Stewart #14

Greg Biffle #16

Matt Kenseth #17

Kyle Busch #18

Elliott Sadler #19

Joey Logano #20

Jeff Gordon #24

Jamie McMurray #26

Kevin Harvick #29

Jeff Burton #31

Clint Bowyer #33

John Andretti #34

Ryan Newman #39

Juan Pablo Montoya #42

Reed Sorenson #43

AJ Allmendinger #44

Marcos Ambrose #47

Jimmie Johnson #48

Michael Waltrip #55

David Gilliland #71

Sam Hornish Jr #77

Scott Speed #82

Brian Vickers #83

Dale Earnhardt Jr #88

Bobby Labonte #96

Paul Menard #98

Carl Edwards #99

David Reutimann #00 drivers list
Reutimann was born on March 2, 1970 in Zephyrhills, Florida and is a member of Michael Waltrip Racing and drives a Toyota sponsored by Aaron's Dream Machine. In 2002, Reutimann made his Nationwide Series debut at Richmond International Raceway, when he started thirty-fourth but finished sixteenth. Reutimann moved up to the Sprint Cup Series in 2007.

Martin Truex Jr. #1 drivers list
Truex Jr. was born on June 20, 1980 in Mayetta, New Jersey and is a member of Dale Earnhardt Incorporated and drives a Chevrolet sponsored by Bass Pro Shops/Tracker. Truex Jr. competed in seven Sprint Cup races in 2005 before joining the series full time in 2006. His first Sprint Cup victory came on June 4, 2007 at Dover International Speedway.

Kurt Busch #2 drivers list
Busch was born on August 4, 1978 in Las Vegas, Nevada and is a member of Penske Racing and drives a Dodge sponsored by Miller Lite. Busch drove a limited Sprint Cup schedule in 2000, and that same season he finished in the top 20 in three of seven races. Busch joined the Sprint Cup series full time in 2001, running 35 of 36 races with three top-fives and six top-10s. He posted his first Sprint Cup victory at Bristol in the same year. In 2003, Busch claimed a championship by winning NASCAR's inaugural Chase for the Sprint Cup. After missing the Chase and finishing 16th in 2006 (the second-worst season finish of his Cup career), Busch rebounded to finish seventh in 2007. In 2008, Busch failed to make the Chase but his 2009 has been good so far.

Mark Martin #5 drivers list
Martin was born on January 9, 1959 in Batesville, Arkansas and has taken over the #5 Kellog's car that Casey Mears drove in 2008. Martin's first taste of success on the NASCAR level came in what was then the Busch Series in 1987 when he had three wins, five top-fives and 13 top-10s in 27 races. He has four victories already in 2009 and is part of the fantastic foursome that is Team Hendrick.

David Ragan #6 drivers list
Ragan was born on December 24, 1985 in Unadilla, Georgia and is a member of Roush Fenway Racing and drives a Ford sponsored by UPS.  Ragan competed in the Busch series before coming to the Sprint Cup series in 2007 to share driving duties with Mark Martin. He drives as part of the Roush Racing Team.

Casey Mears #07 drivers list
Mears was born on March 12, 1978 in Bakersfield, California and is a member of Richard Childress's team. He drives the Jack Daniel's car for Childress. Mears made his NASCAR debut in a 2001 Busch Series race before hitting that circuit full time the following year. He came into the Sprint Cup series in 2003. His first series win came in 2007 at Lowe's Motor Speedway in the Coca-Cola 600.

Robby Gordon #7 drivers list
Gordon was born on Jan. 2, 1969 in Orange, California and is a member and owner of Robby Gordon Motorsports and drives a Ford sponsored by Moen. He made his Sprint Cup debut in 1991, finishing 18th in the season-opening Daytona 500. In 2000, Gordon began his own team, but his first victory didn't come until the season-finale in 2001, when he came from the 31st starting position to win at Loudon. Gordon's best Sprint Cup season came in 2003, when he recorded two victories, four top-fives and 10 top-10s to finish 16th in the final point standings.

Kasey Kahne #9 drivers list
Kahne was born on April 10, 1980 in Enumclaw, Washington and is a member of Richard Petty Motorsports and drives a Dodge. Kahne qualified for the Chase in 2006, just his third year in the Sprint Cup series. He had 13 top-fives and 14 top-10s in his first full season racing in the Cup series. His first career Sprint Cup victory came in 2004. Kahne has taken over the #9 Budweiser car formerly driven by Dale Earnhardt. Jr.

Denny Hamlin #11 drivers list
Hamlin was born on Nov. 18, 1980 in Chesterfield, Virginia. He is a member of Joe Gibbs Racing and driver of the #11 Toyota that's sponsored by FedEx. Hamlin made his Sprint Cup debut in the final seven races of the season in 2005. Hamlin posted three top-10 finishes and only twice he finished outside the top 20 during that span. He won his first career Sprint Cup race on June 11, 2006. Hamlin finished 11th in the Sprint Cup Chase in 2008 and has actually become a much bigger force for Joe Gibbs in 2009 than Kyle Busch.

David Stremme #12 drivers list
Stremme was born on June 19, 1977 in South Bend, Indiana and is a member of Penske Racing. He drives a Dodge sponsored by Penske Racing Stremme had his first full season in the Sprint Cup series in 2006 after coming off his first full back-to-back Busch Series campaigns in which he finished 10th and 13th, respectively, in points. Stremme made four Sprint Cup starts in 2005, finishing 16th in his debut at Chicago.

Tony Stewart #14 drivers list
Stewart was born on May 20, 1971 in Columbus, Indiana and drives for Stewart-Haas Racing. The car is sponsored by both Office Depot and Old Spice. Stewart won five races in 2005 and led all Sprint Cup drivers in top-fives (17) and top-10s (25) en route to winning his second title in four years. His first championship came in 2002. Stewart won his first Sprint Cup race at Richmond International Raceway in September 1999. After competing the first nine years of his career in a Chevrolet, Stewart went to a Toyota in 2008 but has returned to a Chevrolet in 2009. Currently, Smoke is the Sprint Cup point's leader for 2009.

Greg Biffle #16 drivers list
Biffle was born on December 23, 1969 in Vancouver, Washington and is a member of Roush Fenway Racing and drives a Ford sponsored by Roush Fenway Racing. Biffle became the first driver to win championships in both the Craftsman Truck and Busch series before moving full time to Sprint Cup action in 2003. His only Sprint Cup win that season came in the Pepsi 400 at Daytona, making him one of just a few drivers to win a race in each of NASCAR's top three series. Biffle has had an up and down 2009 so far, but his 2008 ended on a high note when he finished 2nd in the Cup Chase.

Matt Kenseth #17 drivers list
Kenseth was born on March 10, 1972 in Cambridge, Wisconsin. He is a member of Roush Racing and driver of the #17 Ford that's sponsored by DeWalt. Kenseth made his Sprint Cup debut in September 1998. His first victory came in 2000 in the Coca-Cola 600 at Lowe's Motor Speedway. Kenseth won the title in 2003, the last year before NASCAR implemented its Chase for the Sprint Cup playoff format. In 2007, he finished fourth in points. In 2008, Kenseth finished 10th in the point cup standings. In 2009 he won the Daytona 500.

Kyle Busch #18 drivers list
Busch was born on May 2, 1985 in Las Vegas, Nevada and drives for Joe Gibbs Racing in a Toyota. In 2005, the rookie made the Sprint Cup Series take notice with an impressive year that saw him become the youngest winner (in September at Fontana) and finish 20th in points. He won two races, had nine top-fives and 13 top-10s to easily win rookie of the year. Busch finished fifth in the points in 2007. In 2008 he won more races than any other driver but couldn't hang on to his Sprint Cup points lead and floundered in the Chase. Busch hasn't come close to his 2008 success in 2009.

Elliott Sadler #19 drivers list
Sadler was born on April 30, 1975 in Emporia, Virginia and is a member of Richard Petty Motorsports and drives a Dodge sponsored by Stanley Tools. Sadler started his first full Busch Series season in 1997 by winning the pole in the season-opener at Daytona. Sadler finished eighth in the Busch standings in 1998 and made his Sprint Cup debut that year as well. In March 2001, Sadler won his first Cup race at Bristol. Sadler had a whole lot of success since then as he missed the Chase in 2008 and figures to miss the Chase in 2009.

Joey Logano #20 drivers list
Born on May 24th, 1990, Joey Logano is only 19 years old, yet he's already one of the most talked about drivers on the NASCAR circuit. Logano took over the #20 car vacated by Tony Stewart after the 2008 Sprint Cup Season. Joey became the youngest winner in Sprint Cup history when he won the Lenox Industrial Tools 301 this year. His age? 19 years and 35 days.

Jeff Gordon #24 drivers list
Gordon was born on Aug. 4, 1971 in Vallejo, California. He is a member of Hendrick Motorsports and driver of the #24 Chevrolet that's sponsored by DuPont. He made his Sprint Cup debut in the final race of the 1992 season Gordon recorded his first Sprint Cup victory in the series' longest race, the Coca-Cola 600, in May 1994. In 1995, he claimed his first of four championships. Gordon won back-to-back titles in 1997-98 with 10 and 13 victories, respectively. In 1997, at age 25, he became the youngest winner of the Daytona 500. Gordon won his fourth championship in 2001 and finished second in 2007. In 2008, Jeff finished 7th. He should be in the Chase again in 2009.

Jamie McMurray #26 drivers list
McMurray was born on June 3, 1976 in Joplin, Missouri and is a member of Roush Fenway Racing and drives a Ford sponsored by Crown Royal. McMurray won his first Sprint Cup race in just his second start, subbing for the injured Sterling Marlin in 2002. With the win he became just the 11th driver and first in the Modern Era (1972-present) to win a Sprint Cup race in his first or second start. In 2003, McMurray drove full time in the Cup series.

Kevin Harvick #29 drivers list
Harvick was born on December 8, 1975 in Bakersfield, California and drives for Richard Childress in a Chevrolet sponsored by Shell/Pennzoil. Harvick made his Sprint Cup Series debut in 2001 replacing Dale Earnhardt following the Daytona 500 tragedy. Driving the No. 29 Chevrolet, Harvick finished 14th at Rockingham the following week. In 2008, Harvick finished 6th in the Sprint Cup Chase.

Jeff Burton #31 drivers list
Burton was born on June 29, 1967 in South Boston, Virginia. He is a member of Richard Childress Racing and driver of the #31 Chevrolet that's sponsored by Caterpillar. In July 1993 he made his Sprint Cup debut and while racing full time in 1994, Burton won Cup rookie of the year honors. Burton found Victory Lane for the first time at Texas in April 1997. He had a career-high six races in 1999 season. Burton made a furious run in 2008 finishing 3rd in the Chase.

Clint Bowyer #33 drivers list
Bowyer was born on May 30, 1979 in Emporia, Kansas and is a member of Richard Childress Racing that drives a Chevrolet sponsored by Cheerios/Hamburger Helper Bowyer made one Sprint Cup in 2005, finishing 22nd in April at Phoenix. After an impressive first full season in the Busch Series, Clint Bowyer drove the Richard Childress Racing No. 07 Chevrolet on the Cup circuit in 2006. His best year to date came in 2007 with a third-place finish in the standings. In 2008 Bowyer finished in 5th place in the Sprint Cup Chase.

John Andretti #34 drivers list
Born on May 12, 1963, John Andretti drives for Front Row Motorsports out of Statesville, NC. John is the nephew of Indy Car legend, Mario Andretti. His first victory came in the Pepsi 400 in 1997. 1999 was the last Andretti won a race, the Goody's Body Pain 500

Ryan Newman #39 drivers list
Newman was born on December 8, 1977 in South Bend, Indiana and is a member of Stewart-Haas Racing. Newman drives a Chevrolet sponsored by Haas Automation. From 2002 to 2006, Newman had 34 Sprint Cup poles to lead the series each year, earning the nickname "Rocketman." In September 2002, Newman won his first Sprint Cup race, at New Hampshire, starting from the pole. In the same year he claimed rookie of the year honors.

Juan Pablo Montoya #42 drivers list
Montoya was born on September 20, 1975 in Bogota, Colombia and is a member of Earnhardt Ganassi Racing and drives a Dodge sponsored by Target. Montoya hit the Sprint Cup series as a rookie in 2007. He was a star in the open wheel series before making the transfer to NASCAR. Montoya has taken huge strides in 2009 and might actually make the Chase.

Reed Sorenson #43 drivers list
Sorenson was born on Feb. 5, 1986 in Peachtree City, Georgia and is a member of Richard Petty Motorsports and drives a Dodge sponsored by Auto Value/Bumper to Bumper. Sorenson made his Sprint Cub debut in 2005. He crashed in the fall race at Atlanta, then finished 28th in the season-finale at Homestead.

AJ Allmendinger #44 drivers list
Allmendinger was born on Dec. 16, 1981 in Los Gatos, Calif. and is a member of Richard Petty Motorsports and drives a Dodge. He was the 2006 Champ Car third-place finisher. Allmendinger debuted in NASCAR competition with three Craftsman Truck Series races in 2006.

Marcos Ambrose #47 drivers list
Ambrose was born on Sept. 1, 1976 in Launceston, Tasmania, Australia and is a member of JTG Daugherty Racing. He drives a Ford sponsored by Little Debbie/Kingsford/Clorox. He claimed two top fives, four top 10s in 2006 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series. He also won the pole for 2006 NASCAR Craftsman Truck race at Kentucky. Ambrose is known as a terrific road course driver.

Jimmie Johnson #48 drivers list
Johnson was born on Sept. 17, 1975 in El Cajon, California. He is a member of Hendrick Motorsports and driver of the #48 Chevrolet that's sponsored by Lowe's. Johnson made his Sprint Cup debut in October 2001. He is only the 2nd driver to win 3 consecutive Sprint Series Championships and will be looking for his 4th straight Sprint Cup in 2009. Johnson is another member, along with Jeff Gordon, Mark Martin and Dale Earnhardt Jr., of the powerful Hendrick Motorsports Team.

Michael Waltrip #55 drivers list
Michael Waltrip essentially drives his own car. As the owner of Michael Waltrip Racing, Michael Waltrip sits behind the wheel of the #55 Napa Auto Parts Car. Waltrip comes from a powerful racing family, but he hasn't had a whole lot of success as an owner/driver so far on the NASCAR circuit.

David Gilliland #71 drivers list
Gilliland was born on April 1, 1976 in Riverside, California and is a member of Yates Racing and drives a Ford sponsored by M&M's. Gilliland is the son of former Sprint Cup driver Butch Gilliland. Gilliland's first Sprint Cup race came at Infineon Raceway in Sonoma. He qualified 31st and finished 32nd. Currently, Gilliland drives for TRG Motorsports.

Sam Hornish Jr #77 drivers list
Hornish Jr. was born on July 2, 1979 in Napoleon, Ohio and is a member of Penske Racing in a Dodge. He's the 1994 and 1995 U.S. Grand National champion. He won the IndyCar Series championship in 2001, 2002 and 2006. The sponsor of the Dodge car he drives is Mobil 1.

Scott Speed #82 drivers list
Born on January 24th, 1983, Speed is still looking for his first Sprint Cup victory. He currently drives for Michael Waltrip Racing, but, like Waltrip, Speed hasn't been able to make a dent in the Sprint Cup just yet. Like a lot of other Formula 1 drivers making the switch to NASCAR, he has found it difficult to be successful so far in his NASCAR career.

Brian Vickers #83 drivers list
Vickers was born on Oct. 24, 1983 in Thomasville, North Carolina and is a member of Team Red Bull and drives a Toyota sponsored by Red Bull. Before coming onto the Sprint Cup scene 2004, Vickers was a regular in the Busch series. He won his first Busch race in August at Indianapolis Raceway Park in 2003. Vickers won twice more that season and finished the year with 13 top-fives and 21 top-10s in 34 races en route to becoming the youngest champion in Busch history. Vickers collected his first Sprint Cup victory in 2006, after he emerged from a last-lap crash at Talladega.

Dale Earnhardt Jr #88 drivers list
Earnhardt Jr. was born on October 10, 1974 in Kannapolis, North Carolina and is a member of Hendrick Motorsports and drives a Chevrolet. He is the most popular driver in all of NASCAR. His father, Dale Earnhardt, is a seven-time Sprint Cup champion. Earnhardt Jr. won his first race at Texas in 1998 in his 16th career start. In 2009, Earnhardt switch teams from Earnhardt Gnassi to Hendrick Motorsports. His #88 car is sponsored by the National Guard and Amp Energy.

Bobby Labonte #96 drivers list
Labonte was born on May 8, 1964 in Corpus Christi, Texas and is a member of Hall of Fame Racing. He drives a Ford sponsored by DLP. He is the only driver to win both a Busch Series and Sprint Cup Series championship. In 1993, Labonte ran his first full Sprint Cup season. From 1995-2003 he finished in the top 10 in points seven times, winning 21 races during that time span and the 2000 Sprint Cup championship. Labonte's first series victory came in May 1995 at Charlotte, the first of three wins that season.

Paul Menard #98 drivers list
Menard was born on August 21, 1980 in Eau Claire, Wisconsin and is a member of Yates Racing. Menard drives a Ford sponsored by Moen/Menards. In 2004, Menard ran in the Busch series part-time, before scoring his first top-10 finish in the Sprint Cup series the following year. Menard won his first Busch Series race on June 24, 2006 at his home track of the Milwaukee Mile.

Carl Edwards #99 drivers list
Edwards was born on August 15, 1979 in Columbia, Missouri and is a member of Roush Fenway Racing and drives a Ford sponsored by Aflac. Edwards came onto the Sprint Cup scene in 2005, winning four races including back-to-back victories at Atlanta and Texas late in the year. Because he had started 13 Sprint Cup races the previous year, Edwards was not eligible for rookie of the year honors. In 2008, Carl finished 4th in the Sprint Cup Chase.