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1982 NASCAR Budweiser Late Model Sportsman Series

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Teams and driversEdit

Team Manufacturer No. Race Driver Crew Chief Rounds
A.G. Dillard Motorsports Pontiac

Plymouth

22 Rick Mast 12
Butch Mock Motorsports Pontiac 75 Gary Balough 1
Joe Ruttman 3
Charlie Henderson Pontiac 15 Brad Teague 1
Chubby Arrington Dodge 29 Joe Thurman 2
Satch Worley 2
Harry Gant Pontiac 77 Harry Gant 5
Isenhower Racing Pontiac

Ford

32 Dale Jarrett 7
James Hauser Chevrolet 22 Steve Hauser 1
Johnny Hayes Racing Pontiac 28 Phil Parsons Full
Mike Day Chevrolet

Pontiac

6 Tommy Houston 7
7 1
27 21
Mike Porter Pontiac 3 Mike Porter 13
Plessinger Racing Chevrolet 01 Geoffrey Bodine 1
Pontiac 1 1
99 7
88 Bobby Allison 1
Rick Hanley Pontiac 04 Rick Hanley 1
Robert Gee Pontiac

Oldsmobile

15 Dale Earnhardt 8
45 1
Rogers Racing Pontiac 22 David Rogers 2
TGR Enterprises Pontiac 8 Mike Riley 3
32 1
Thackston Racing Ford 24 Dale Jarrett 20
Glenn Jarrett 4
Thomas Brothers Racing Oldsmobile

Chevrolet

00 Sam Ard Jesse Coke Full
Venturini Motorsports Buick 35 Bill Venturini 1
Whitaker Racing Oldsmobile

Pontiac

7 Morgan Shepherd 9
15 Mark Martin 1
Pontiac Dale Earnhardt 1
Oldsmobile 98 Morgan Shepherd 3

CalendarEdit

Calendar as follows[1]

No. Race Title Track Date
1 Goody's 300 Daytona International Speedway, Daytona Beach Feb 13
2 Eastern 150 Richmond Fairgrounds Raceway, Richmond Feb 20
3 Southeastern 150 Bristol International Speedway, Bristol Mar 13
4 Dogwood 500 Martinsville Speedway, Martinsville Mar 28
5 TranSouth 200 Darlington Raceway, Darlington Apr 3
6 Mountain Dew 300 Hickory Speedway, Hickory Apr 10
7 Busch 200 South Boston Speedway, South Boston Apr 18
8 Budweiser 200 Caraway Speedway, Asheboro Apr 23
9 Spring 220 Richmond Fairgrounds Raceway, Richmond May 2
10 Hampton Chevy 200 Langley Speedway, Hampton May 8
11 Sportsman 200 Dover Downs International Speedway, Dover May 15
12 Sunkist 200 Hickory Speedway, Hickory May 23
13 Mello Yello 300 Charlotte Motor Speedway, Concord May 29
14 Inaugural 200 Asheville Speedway, Asheville June 11
15 Winston 200 Hickory Speedway, Hickory June 19
16 Roses Stores 200 South Boston Speedway, South Boston June 26
17 Coca-Cola 200 North Carolina Motor Speedway, Rockingham June 27
18 Goody's 200 Caraway Speedway, Asheboro July 7
19 Lowes 200 South Boston Speedway, South Boston July 24
20 Goody's 200 Hickory Speedway, Hickory Aug 1
21 Gene Lovelace 200 Langley Speedway, Hampton Aug 7
22 Kroger 200 Indianapolis Raceway Park, Clermont Aug 13
23 Pet Dairy 150 Bristol International Speedway, Bristol Aug 27
24 Bobby Isaac Memorial 200 Hickory Speedway, Hickory Sept 4
25 Harvest 150 Richmond Fairgrounds Raceway, Richmond Sept 11
26 Autumn 150 Martinsville Speedway, Martinsville Sept 25
27 Miller Time 300 Charlotte Motor Speedway, Concord Oct 9
28 Southern Auto Racing News 200 Hickory Speedway, Hickory Oct 17
29 Cardinal 250 Martinsville Speedway, Martinsville Oct 31

Goody's 300Edit

The Goody's 300, which had been a Sportsman race, was moved to the national tour, and was run on February 13 at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida. Mike Porter won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 15- Dale Earnhardt
  2. 98- Jody Ridley
  3. 00- Sam Ard
  4. 75- Gary Balough
  5. 99- Geoffrey Bodine
  6. 77- Harry Gant
  7. 3- Mike Porter
  8. 28- Phil Parsons
  9. 27- Tommy Houston
  10. 24- Dale Jarrett

Eastern 150Edit

Southeastern 150Edit

Dogwood 500Edit

TranSouth 200Edit

Mountain Dew 300Edit

Busch 200Edit

Budweiser 200Edit

Spring 220Edit

Hampton Chevy 200Edit

The Hampton Chevy 200 was run on May 8 at Langley Speedway in Hampton, Virginia. Bob Shreeves won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 11- Jack Ingram
  2. 00- Sam Ard
  3. 28- Phil Parsons
  4. Ray Hendrick
  5. 1- Pete Silva
  6. Bob Shreeves
  7. Jimmy Lawson
  8. Diane Teel
  9. Jeff Hensley
  10. Lester Gupton

Sportsman 200Edit

Sunkist 200Edit

Mello Yello 300Edit

Inaugural 200Edit

The Inaugural 200 was run on June 11 at Caraway Speedway in Asheville, North Carolina. Gary Neice won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 11- Jack Ingram
  2. 12- Tommy Ellis
  3. 00- Sam Ard
  4. 14- Ronnie Silver
  5. 7- Morgan Shepherd
  6. Bosco Lowe
  7. 28- Phil Parsons
  8. Ronnie Davidson
  9. Richie Rice
  10. 24- Dale Jarrett

Winston 200Edit

The Winston 200 was run on June 19 at Hickory Speedway in Hickory, North Carolina. Tommy Ellis won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 39- John Settlemyre
  2. 12- Tommy Ellis
  3. 00- Sam Ard
  4. 11- Jack Ingram
  5. 14- Ronnie Silver
  6. 24- Dale Jarrett
  7. 27- Tommy Houston
  8. 1- Pete Silva
  9. 28- Phil Parsons
  10. Ronnie Davidson

Roses Stores 200Edit

The Roses Stores 200 was run on June 26 at South Boston Speedway in South Boston, VA. Butch Lindley won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 01- Butch Lindley
  2. 00- Sam Ard
  3. 28- Phil Parsons
  4. 11- Jack Ingram
  5. 22- Rick Mast
  6. Bob Shreeves
  7. 24- Dale Jarrett
  8. Dickie Boswell
  9. Carol Harris
  10. Bob Glass

Coca-Cola 200Edit

The Coca-Cola 200 was run on June 27 at North Carolina Motor Speedway in Rockingham, NC. This race was originally scheduled for March, but was snowed out. David Pearson won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 21- David Pearson
  2. 15- Dale Earnhardt
  3. 28- Phil Parsons
  4. 11- Jack Ingram
  5. 00- Sam Ard
  6. 1- Pete Silva
  7. Satch Worley
  8. 24- Dale Jarrett
  9. Harry Lee Hill
  10. Steve Jarvis

Goody's 200Edit

Lowes 200Edit

Goody's 200Edit

The Goody's 200 was run on August 1 at Hickory Speedway in Hickory, North Carolina. Tommy Ellis won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 27- Tommy Houston
  2. 12- Tommy Ellis
  3. 11- Jack Ingram
  4. 1- Pete Silva
  5. 00- Sam Ard
  6. Allan Powell
  7. Gary Neice
  8. 28- Phil Parsons
  9. Ronnie Davidson
  10. Bennie Davis

Gene Lovelace 200Edit

The Gene Lovelace 200 was run on August 7 at Langley Speedway in Hampton, VA. Tommy Ellis won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 12- Tommy Ellis
  2. 11- Jack Ingram
  3. 00- Sam Ard
  4. 27- Tommy Houston
  5. 1- Pete Silva
  6. 28- Phil Parsons
  7. Carol Harris
  8. Charlie Luck
  9. 24- Dale Jarrett
  10. Jimmy Lawson

Kroger 200Edit

Pet Dairy 150Edit

The Pet Dairy 150 was run on August 27 at Bristol International Speedway in Bristol, TN. Morgan Shepherd won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 11- Jack Ingram
  2. 01- Butch Lindley
  3. 7- Morgan Shepherd
  4. 12- Tommy Ellis
  5. 27- Bosco Lowe
  6. 47- Randy Tissot
  7. 24- Glenn Jarrett
  8. 21- Larry Pearson
  9. 00- Sam Ard
  10. 6- Tommy Houston

Bobby Isaac Memorial 200Edit

The Bobby Isaac Memorial 200 was run on September 4 at Hickory Speedway in Hickory, North Carolina. Sam Ard won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 11- Jack Ingram
  2. 00- Sam Ard
  3. 27- Tommy Houston
  4. 7- Morgan Shepherd
  5. Gary Neice
  6. 39- John Settlemyre
  7. 12- Tommy Ellis
  8. 24- Dale Jarrett
  9. 28- Phil Parsons
  10. 14- Ronnie Silver

Harvest 150Edit

The Harvest 150 was run on September 11 at Richmond Fairgrounds Raceway in Richmond, VA. Tommy Ellis won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 01- Butch Lindley
  2. 7- Morgan Shepherd
  3. 00- Sam Ard
  4. 27- Tommy Houston
  5. Bob Shreeves
  6. 11- Jack Ingram
  7. Charlie Luck
  8. 22- Rick Mast
  9. Bubba Nissen
  10. Jimmy Lawson

Autumn 150Edit

Miller Time 300Edit

The Miller Time 300 was run on October 9 at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, NC. Phil Parsons won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 17- Darrell Waltrip
  2. 00- Sam Ard
  3. 88- Bobby Allison
  4. 24- Glenn Jarrett
  5. 11- Jack Ingram
  6. 5- John Anderson
  7. 28- Phil Parsons
  8. 21- Larry Pearson
  9. 4- Rodney Combs
  10. 24- Bosco Lowe

Southern Auto Racing News 200Edit

The Southern Auto Racing News 200 was run on October 17 at Hickory Speedway in Hickory, NC. Phil Parsons won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 11- Jack Ingram
  2. 12- Tommy Ellis
  3. 24- Dale Jarrett
  4. 1- Pete Silva
  5. Bob Shreeves
  6. Billy Hess
  7. Wayne Patterson
  8. Allan Powell
  9. 28- Phil Parsons
  10. Jimmy Hensley

Cardinal 250Edit

The Cardinal 250 was run on October 31 at Martinsville Speedway in Martinsville, VA. Tommy Ellis won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 01- Butch Lindley
  2. Charlie Luck
  3. Bob Shreeves
  4. 3- Mike Porter
  5. Bob Pressley
  6. 00- Sam Ard
  7. 28- Phil Parsons
  8. Jeff Hensley
  9. 14- Ronnie Silver
  10. Paul Radford

The above information is from Racing Reference.

Final Points StandingsEdit

  1. Jack Ingram - 4495
  2. Sam Ard - 4448
  3. Tommy Ellis - 3873
  4. Tommy Houston - 3827
  5. Phil Parsons - 3783
  6. Dale Jarrett - 3415
  7. Pete Silva - 2349
  8. Jimmy Lawson - 2105
  9. Butch Lindley - 2063
  10. Bob Shreeves - 1928

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "1982 NASCAR Busch Grand National Results". ESPN. Retrieved 2011-05-05.