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Poles in 2015
2008: Finished 39th in series points. … Drove seven races for Roush Fenway Racing. … Best start, second at Talladega. … Average start of 17.3. … Best finish, 18th at Milwaukee, Talladega. … Average finish of 24.7. … Completed 79 percent of laps attempted.
2012: Lost the championship to James Buescher by six points but had two wins, 10 top fives, 16 top 10s and two poles. 2011: In his second full season for Red Horse Racing, came in fifth in points and won for the second time at Daytona. 2009: Ran full-time in the Trucks series, first for himself and then for Red Horse Racing.
2011: Finished 14th in series points. … Third consecutive season as full-time owner/driver, competed in 30 races and fielded other drivers in four additional series races. … Best start, 12th at Phoenix-1. … Best finish, third at Talladega. … Average finish of 18.9. … Completed 93 percent of laps attempted. … Ranked in the top 10 in driver points the first three weeks of the season and again in Week 7 following Talladega, the first time he’d been in the top 10 since 2005. 2010: Finished 20th in series points. … Made 33 starts while fielding team as full-time owner/driver. … Best start, 11th at Bristol-1. … Best finish, 14th at Auto Club-2. … Completed 89.3 percent of laps attempted.
2012: Won the Truck Championship over Timothy Peters by six points with four wins, 10 top fives and 14 top 10s. 2011: Finished third in points after a DNQ at Phoenix that most say cost him the championship. 2010: Raced for two different teams in both the Truck and Nationwide series. 2008: Debuted in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West, Truck and Nationwide series. 20007: Debuted in the NASCAR KN Pro Series East series.
2011: Finished sixth in series points. … Ran the first 10 races of the season with Germain Racing and finished out the season under the Randy Moss Motorsports banner. … five top-fives and 11 top-10s. 2010: Finished first in series points for second time in five years. ... Fifth consecutive full season in Germain Racing’s No. 30 Toyota was a career year with four wins and career-best 17 top-five, 20 top-10 finishes; average finish full season career-best 6.4. … Two poles (Nashville-2, Chicagoland) tied career best, average start 9.2. … Secured championship with eight consecutive top-10s, from August-October, including three wins. … Completed 97.9 percent of laps attempted, led 478 laps. 2009: Finished fourth in series points. ... Two top-fives, 11 top-10s and one pole. ... Won Daytona season-opener for second straight year. ... Won at Texas for fifth time. 2008: Finished third in series points. … Won Daytona season opener and Homestead finale. … Collected second consecutive Talladega win. 2007: Finished fourth in series points. … Won two races, both from pole position. … Tied Brendan Gaughan’s record for four victories at Texas. … In top five in points the entire season. 2006: Finished first in series points. … Second to Mark Martin at Daytona, Auto Club before defeating him at Atlanta, first of three victories. … Gateway win gave Bodine championship lead he would hold rest of season. … First driver to lead points for 21 consecutive races. … Other win came in Texas-1. … Completed career-best 99.9 percent of laps attempted, led 287 laps. 2005: Finished third in series points. … First full season. … Five wins, including three-straight to end season (Texas-2, Phoenix, Homestead). … Wins came after reuniting with Germain Racing after 10 races, in late June. … Career best 502 laps led. 2004: Finished 27th in series points. … Had back-to-back victories (Auto Club, Texas-2), first two series wins. … Competed in 10 events for three owners: Tom Eldredge, Jim Harris and eight for Germain Racing. 1995: Finished 32nd in series points. … Five top-10s, 100 percent of laps completed, average finish of 6.2 laid foundation for Roush’s successful Truck Series program.
2010: Finished 100th in series points. … Made one start for Richard Childress Racing (RCR), at Phoenix, starting 28th and finishing career-best 22nd, four laps down. 2009: Finished 102nd in series points. … Made series debut for RCR at Phoenix, starting 26th and finishing 29th after crashing.
2010: Finished 41st in series points. ... Made 11 starts for owner Todd Braun. … Best start, 19th at Michigan. … Best finish, 11th in series debut at Nashville-2. … Average finish of 21.9. … Completed 87.5 percent of laps attempted.
2011: Not eligible for series points, competed for NASCAR Sprint Cup Series points. ... Made 10 attempts, seven starts including one for Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing, six for MAKE Motorsports’ new team. ... Best start, 29th at Watkins Glen, Atlanta and Kansas. ... Best finish, 23rd at Charlotte-2. 2005: Finished 69th in series points. ... Competed in eight races for owner John McGill. ... Best start, 31st at Richmond-2. ... Best finish, 22nd at Dover-2. ... Completed 72.5 percent of laps attempted. ... Made series debut at Auto Club-2.
2012: Was let go from Brad Keselowski Racing mid-season and found a home at Red Horse Racing. Finished fifth in points. Ran three Nationwide races for Penske Racing, earning two top 10s. His two Truck wins and one pole all came with RHR. Announced he would be moving up to the Nationwide series full time with Kyle Busch Motorsports in 2013. 2011: Finished 11th in points while running a full season for BKR.
2012: Won twice in his second full season in the Truck series, along with four poles, nine top fives and 15 top 10s, ending the season seventh in points. 2011: Finished the season 10th in points for Kevin Harvick Inc., which shut its doors at the end of the season.
2012: Started on the pole for Daytona Truck race, along side his new teammates Nelson Piquet Jr. and James Buescher. Finished 10th in points. 2011: Competed in the Truck series full time for Red Horse Racing.
2011: Finished 54th in series points. … Ran three races near end of season for Turn One Racing. … Best start, 24th at Martinsville-2. … Average start of 27.3. … Best finish, 25th at Las Vegas, Martinsville-2. … Average finish of 27th. … Completed 72.5 percent of laps attempted.