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Goody's 300Edit

Pontiac 200Edit

Goodwrench 200Edit

Miller ClassicEdit

Spring 200Edit

Mountain Dew 400Edit

Pontiac 200Edit

Budweiser 250Edit

Nestle 200Edit

Carquest 300Edit

The Carquest 300 was held May 4 at South Boston Speedway. Steve Grissom won the pole. On Lap 201, former track champion at Hickory Motor Speedway and New Asheville Speedway Gary Neice suffered a heart attack and crashed into the wall in Turn 3, perishing in the incident.

Top ten results

  1. 99-Jeff Burton
  2. 87-Joe Nemechek
  3. 33-Ed Berrier
  4. 08-Bobby Dotter
  5. 31-Steve Grissom
  6. 44-Bobby Labonte
  7. 27-Elton Sawyer
  8. 96-Tom Peck
  9. 79-Dave Rezendes
  10. 34-Todd Bodine

Pontiac Pacesetters 200Edit

The Pontiac Pacesetters 200 was held May 11 at Pennsylvania International Raceway. Jimmy Hensley won the pole. Races in the Northeastern United States were declared combination Busch Series / Busch North Series races; drivers in both series participated in one race for points in both series.

Top ten results

  1. 63-Chuck Bown
  2. 31-Steve Grissom
  3. 36-Kenny Wallace
  4. 8-David Green
  5. 1-Jeff Gordon
  6. 18-Mike Wallace
  7. 44-Bobby Labonte
  8. 6-Tommy Houston
  9. 25-Jimmy Hensley
  10. 59-Robert Pressley

Champion 300Edit

Budweiser 200Edit

Roses Stores 300Edit

Granger Select 400Edit

Carolina Pride / Budweiser 250Edit

Fay's 150Edit

The inaugural Fay's 150 was held June 29 at Watkins Glen International Raceway. Terry Labonte won the pole. Races in the Northeastern United States were declared combination Busch Series / Busch North Series races; drivers in both series participated in one race for points in both series.

Top ten results

  1. 94-Terry Labonte
  2. 87-Joe Nemechek
  3. 4-Ernie Irvan
  4. 99-Jeff Burton
  5. 34-Todd Bodine
  6. 1-Jeff Gordon
  7. 63-Chuck Bown
  8. 75-Curtis Markham
  9. 31-Steve Grissom
  10. 8-David Green

True Value 250Edit

The True Value 250 was held July 7 at Oxford Plains Speedway. Billy Clark won the pole. Races in the Northeastern United States were declared combination Busch Series / Busch North Series races; drivers in both series participated in one race for points in both series.

Top ten results

  1. 28-Ricky Craven
  2. 6-Tommy Houston
  3. 34-Todd Bodine
  4. 72-Tracy Leslie
  5. 08-Bobby Dotter
  6. 99-Jeff Burton
  7. 44-Bobby Labonte
  8. 36-Kenny Wallace
  9. 31-Steve Grissom
  10. 87-Joe Nemechek

NOTE: Under NASCAR rules at the time, some Busch Series cars carried different numbers than usual; in combination Busch / Busch North races, if two cars carried the same number, the faster qualified car earned the right to the number. Some Busch Series cars carried different numbers, and Busch North Series cars, because of the numbering rule. (Ricky Craven and Jimmy Hensley both had #25, in the Busch North and Busch, respectively; Hensley was the quicker car, and ran the #25; Craven ran the #28.)

Budweiser 300Edit

Coors Light 300Edit

Granger Select 200Edit

Kroger 200Edit

The Kroger 200 was held August 3 at Indianapolis Raceway Park. Ward Burton won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 44-Bobby Labonte
  2. 72-Tracy Leslie
  3. 92-Dick Trickle
  4. 63-Chuck Bown
  5. 6-Tommy Houston
  6. 97-Joe Nemechek
  7. 32-Dale Jarrett
  8. 33-Ed Berrier
  9. 11-Jack Ingram*
  10. 9-Troy Beebe

Failed to qualify: Mike Oliver (#28), John Linville (#62)

  • This was Ingram's last career start.

Texas Pete 300Edit

Jay Johnson 250Edit

Gatorade 200Edit

Autolite 200Edit

SplitFire 200Edit

All Pro 300Edit

NE Chevy 250Edit

The NE Chevy 250 was held October 13 at New Hampshire International Speedway. Ricky Craven won the pole. Races in the Northeastern United States were declared combination Busch Series / Busch North Series races; drivers in both series participated in one race for points in both series.

Top ten results

  1. 25-Ricky Craven
  2. 63-Chuck Bown
  3. 7-Harry Gant
  4. 44-Bobby Labonte
  5. 59-Robert Pressley
  6. 75-Butch Miller
  7. 99-Jeff Burton
  8. 41-Jamie Aube
  9. 47-Kelly Moore
  10. 0-Dick McCabe

NOTE: Under NASCAR rules at the time, some Busch Series cars carried different numbers than usual; in combination Busch / Busch North races, if two cars carried the same number, the faster qualified car earned the right to the number. Some Busch Series cars carried different numbers, and Busch North Series cars, because of the numbering rule. (Ricky Craven and Jimmy Hensley both had #25, in the Busch North and Busch, respectively; Hensley had to run #5 because #25 was given to Craven.)

AC-Delco 200Edit

Winston ClassicEdit

Final points standingsEdit

Rookie of the YearEdit

20-year-old Jeff Gordon, driving for the newly formed Bill Davis Racing, won Rookie of the Year honors in 1991, starting 30 of 31 races and finishing in the top-five five times. The top runner-up was David Green, who was released from his FILMAR Racing ride at season's end. Tracy Leslie, Troy Beebe, Cecil Eunice and Richard Lasater were the only other drivers to attempt a full schedule.

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