1993 NASCAR Busch Series

1993 NASCAR Busch Series
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Steve Grissom, the 1993 Busch Series champion

The 1993 NASCAR Busch Series season began February 13 and ended November 13, with Steve Grissom of Grissom Racing Enterprises winning the championship.

Teams & DriversEdit

List of full-time teams at the start of 1993.

Team Car(s) No. Driver(s) Listed owner(s)
A. G. Dillard Motorsports Chevrolet Monte Carlo 2 Ward Burton Alan Dillard
Alliance Motorsports Ford Thunderbird 59 Robert Pressley Daniel Welch
Allison Motorsports Ford Thunderbird 28 Davey Allison Davey Allison
BACE Motorsports Chevrolet Monte Carlo 74 Jack Sprague Bill Baumgardner
Beverly Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 25 Hermie Sadler (R) Don Beverly
Bown Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 98 Jim Bown Dick Bown
Buttke Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 66 Nathan Buttke (R) Arlin Buttke
D-R Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 08 Bobby Dotter Ed Reizen
Day Enterprises Chevrolet Monte Carlo 16 Jeff Green Wayne Day
FILMAR Racing Ford Thunderbird 8 Jeff Burton Filbert Marcotti
Grissom Racing Enterprises Chevrolet Monte Carlo 31 Steve Grissom Wayne Grissom
Henderson Brothers Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 75 Butch Miller Charlie Henderson
Hensley Motorsports Chevrolet Monte Carlo 63 Chuck Bown Hubert Hensley
Houston Racing Ford Thunderbird 6 Tommy Houston Tommy Houston
J & J Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 99 Ricky Craven Bill Papke
Joe Bessey Motorsports Chevrolet Monte Carlo 97 Joe Bessey (R) Nancy Bessey
K.R. Rezendes, Inc. Ford Thunderbird 79 Dave Rezendes Dave Rezendes
KEL Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 57 Jason Keller (R) Joe Keller
Labonte Motorsports Chevrolet Monte Carlo 14 Terry Labonte Bob Labonte
44 David Green
Lasater Motorsports Chevrolet Monte Carlo 5 Richard Lasater Dan Lasater
Laughlin Racing Products Ford Thunderbird 35 Shawna Robinson Mike Laughlin
Levin Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 19 Tom Peck Carol Levin
Mark Rypien Motorsports Ford Thunderbird 23 Chad Little Mark Rypien
Martin Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 92 Larry Pearson Mac Martin
NEMCO Motorsports Chevrolet Monte Carlo 87 Joe Nemechek Andrea Nemechek
Owen Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 9 Mike Wallace Barry Owen
Parker Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 72 Tracy Leslie Ron Parker
Payne Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 27 Roy Payne (R) Curtis Payne
Phil Parsons Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 29 Phil Parsons Marcia Parsons
RaDiUs Motorsports Ford Thunderbird 55 Tim Fedewa (R) Ray DeWitt
Rexrode Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 1 Rodney Combs Rodney Rexrode
Roush Racing Ford Thunderbird 60 Mark Martin Jack Roush
Team 34 Chevrolet Monte Carlo 34 Todd Bodine Frank Cicci
Three Star Motorsports Oldsmobile Cutlass 22 Ed Berrier Max Berrier
Whitaker Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 7 Harry Gant Ed Whitaker

RacesEdit

Goody's 300Edit

The Goody's 300 was held February 13 at Daytona International Speedway. Ken Schrader won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 3-Dale Earnhardt
  2. 52-Ken Schrader
  3. 7-Harry Gant
  4. 14-Terry Labonte
  5. 72-Tracy Leslie
  6. 8-Jeff Burton
  7. 17-Darrell Waltrip
  8. 44-David Green
  9. 87-Joe Nemechek
  10. 5-Richard Lasater

Failed to qualify: #0 Rick Mast, #09 Scott Herberg, #18 Chad Mader, #29 Phil Parsons, #51 Jeff Purvis, #53 Tony Siscone, #58 Daniel Rogers, #60 Mark Martin, #70 Alan Russell[1]

  • After Mark Martin failed to qualify, his car owner Jack Roush bought out the #32 Chevrolet ride owned and driven by Dale Jarrett. Martin would start 34th. However he would crash out of the race on lap 39 and finish 42nd.

Goodwrench 200Edit

The Goodwrench 200 was held February 27 at North Carolina Speedway. Joe Nemechek won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 60-Mark Martin
  2. 59-Robert Pressley
  3. 3-Dale Earnhardt
  4. 31-Steve Grissom
  5. 44-David Green
  6. 19-Tom Peck
  7. 7-Harry Gant
  8. 57-Jason Keller
  9. 75-Butch Miller
  10. 63-Chuck Bown

Hardee's 200Edit

The Hardee's 200 was held March 6 at Richmond International Raceway. Rick Mast won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 60-Mark Martin
  2. 87-Joe Nemechek
  3. 8-Jeff Burton
  4. 44-David Green
  5. 59-Robert Pressley
  6. 99-Ricky Craven
  7. 19-Tom Peck
  8. 0-Rick Mast
  9. 34-Todd Bodine
  10. 75-Butch Miller

Failed to qualify: #15 Clay Brown, #48 Tom Hessert, Jr., #57 Jason Keller, #61 Chad Chaffin, #66 Nathan Buttke, #70 Alan Russell, #97 Joe Bessey[2]

Mark III Vans 200Edit

The Mark III Vans 200 was held March 27 at Darlington Raceway. David Green won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 59-Robert Pressley
  2. 7-Harry Gant
  3. 14-Terry Labonte
  4. 2-Ward Burton
  5. 34-Todd Bodine
  6. 44-David Green
  7. 72-Tracy Leslie
  8. 92-Larry Pearson
  9. 32-Dale Jarrett
  10. 11-Bill Elliott

Budweiser 250Edit

The Budweiser 250 was held April 3 at Bristol Motor Speedway. Ward Burton won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 30-Michael Waltrip
  2. 34-Todd Bodine
  3. 31-Steve Grissom
  4. 87-Joe Nemechek
  5. 16-Jeff Green
  6. 25-Hermie Sadler
  7. 8-Jeff Burton
  8. 44-David Green
  9. 14-Terry Labonte
  10. 59-Robert Pressley

Mountain Dew 400Edit

The Mountain Dew 400 was held April 10 at Hickory Motor Speedway. Ernie Irvan won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 31-Steve Grissom
  2. 99-Ricky Craven
  3. 87-Joe Nemechek
  4. 6-Tommy Houston
  5. 34-Todd Bodine
  6. 44-David Green
  7. 19-Tom Peck
  8. 63-Chuck Bown
  9. 25-Hermie Sadler
  10. 9-Mike Wallace

Failed to qualify: Charlie Brown, Troy Beebe, Nathan Buttke, Tim Fedewa, Jerry Glanville, Eddie Goodson, Tom Hessert, Jr., Robert Huffman, Mike McCurry, Roy Payne, Alan Russell, #23 Kenny Gragg[3]

  • None of the current full time Cup regulars that started (four) finished the race. Bobby Hamilton finished 23rd (crashed out), Mark Martin finished 26th (crashed out), Ernie Irvan finished 27th (crashed out), and Dale Jarrett finished 29th (engine failure).

Roses Stores 300Edit

The Roses Stores 300 was held May 1 at Orange County Speedway. Jeff Green won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 2-Ward Burton
  2. 92-Larry Pearson
  3. 31-Steve Grissom
  4. 97-Joe Bessey
  5. 75-Butch Miller
  6. 63-Chuck Bown
  7. 72-Tracy Leslie
  8. 8-Jeff Burton
  9. 08-Bobby Dotter
  10. 19-Tom Peck

Failed to qualify: #82 Jerry Glanville

Miller Genuine Draft 500Edit

The Miller Genuine Draft 500 was held May 8 at Martinsville Speedway. Butch Miller won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 2-Ward Burton
  2. 14-Bobby Labonte
  3. 99-Ricky Craven
  4. 25-Hermie Sadler
  5. 63-Chuck Bown
  6. 44-David Green
  7. 8-Jeff Burton
  8. 31-Steve Grissom
  9. 74-Jack Sprague
  10. 1-Rodney Combs

Failed to qualify: Tom Hessert, Jr.[4]

  • Robert Pressley and Ed Berrier were involved in a rough driving incident on the track. They hit each other's cars numerous times. NASCAR officials ruled that both drivers were equally at fault. Therefore they were both ejected from the race. Pressley finished 22nd and Berrier finished 23rd.
  • This was the final Busch Grand National race victory for manufacturer Buick.

Laneco 200Edit

The Laneco 200 was held May 23 at Nazareth Speedway. Todd Bodine won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 59-Robert Pressley
  2. 31-Steve Grissom
  3. 2-Ward Burton
  4. 44-David Green
  5. 75-Butch Miller
  6. 63-Chuck Bown
  7. 55-Tim Fedewa
  8. 99-Ricky Craven
  9. 51-Mike McLaughlin
  10. 1-Rodney Combs
  • This was Pressleys penultimate Busch Grand National race victory.

Champion 300Edit

The Champion 300 was held May 29 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Tracy Leslie won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 30-Michael Waltrip
  2. 4-Ernie Irvan
  3. 32-Dale Jarrett
  4. 52-Ken Schrader
  5. 59-Robert Pressley
  6. 29-Phil Parsons
  7. 23-Chad Little
  8. 63-Chuck Bown
  9. 8-Jeff Burton
  10. 0-Rick Mast
  • Ward Burton looked to have this race won, but his team mistakenly put the tires on the wrong side of the car during the last set of pit stops, which took away his car's handling for the final 16 laps and contributed to his 11th place finish.[5]

Goodwrench/Delco 200Edit

The Goodwrench/Delco 200 was held June 5 at Dover International Speedway. Ward Burton won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 34-Todd Bodine
  2. 23-Chad Little
  3. 8-Jeff Burton
  4. 32-Dale Jarrett
  5. 29-Phil Parsons
  6. 92-Larry Pearson
  7. 59-Robert Pressley
  8. 99-Ricky Craven
  9. 64-Jimmy Spencer
  10. 14-Terry Labonte

Carolina Pride / Budweiser 250Edit

The Carolina Pride / Budweiser 250 was held June 12 at Myrtle Beach Speedway. Ward Burton won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 8-Jeff Burton
  2. 2-Ward Burton
  3. 87-Joe Nemechek
  4. 59-Robert Pressley
  5. 31-Steve Grissom
  6. 34-Todd Bodine
  7. 72-Tracy Leslie
  8. 44-David Green
  9. 27-Roy Payne
  10. 98-Jim Bown
  • This was the first time brothers finished 1-2 in a Busch Grand National race.[6]

Fay's 150Edit

The Fay's 150 was held June 26 at Watkins Glen International Raceway. Ernie Irvan won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 11-Bill Elliott
  2. 14-Terry Labonte
  3. 2-Ward Burton
  4. 87-Joe Nemechek
  5. 34-Todd Bodine
  6. 63-Chuck Bown
  7. 72-Tracy Leslie
  8. 19-Tom Peck
  9. 08-Bobby Dotter
  10. 9-Mike Wallace

Failed to qualify: #5N Barney McRae, #24 Eddie Sharp, #69 Jeff Spraker, #93 Troy Beebe

  • This would be Elliott's only Busch Series victory
  • The race started under the Green and Yellow flags to allow the track to finish drying.

Havoline Formula 3 250Edit

The Havoline Formula 3 250 was held July 4 at The Milwaukee Mile, the first Busch Grand National race at the track in 8 years. Bobby Dotter won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 31-Steve Grissom
  2. 92-Larry Pearson
  3. 25-Hermie Sadler
  4. 44-David Green
  5. 19-Tom Peck
  6. 8-Jeff Burton
  7. 55-Tim Fedewa
  8. 1-Rodney Combs
  9. 87-Joe Nemechek
  10. 99-Ricky Craven
  • This was Davey Allison's final Busch Grand National Race. He would finish 27th after completing 200 of the 250 laps due to engine failure.

Fram Filter 500KEdit

The Fram Filter 500K was held July 24 at Talladega Superspeedway. Bill Elliott won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 3-Dale Earnhardt
  2. 20-Randy LaJoie
  3. 14-Terry Labonte
  4. 72-Tracy Leslie
  5. 11-Bill Elliott
  6. 30-Michael Waltrip
  7. 59-Robert Pressley
  8. 48-Sterling Marlin
  9. 25-Hermie Sadler
  10. 99-Ricky Craven
  • Richard Lasater flipped in this race.
  • This was Dale Earnhardt's penultimate Busch Grand National victory.

Kroger 200Edit

The Kroger 200 was held July 31 at Indianapolis Raceway Park. Ernie Irvan won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 72-Tracy Leslie
  2. 44-David Green
  3. 14-Terry Labonte
  4. 2-Ward Burton
  5. 55-Tim Fedewa
  6. 9-Mike Wallace
  7. 99-Ricky Craven
  8. 8-Jeff Burton
  9. 38-Bobby Hamilton
  10. 6-Tommy Houston
  • This was Tracy Leslie's only Busch Grand National race victory.

Detroit Gasket 200Edit

The Detroit Gasket 200 was held August 14 at Michigan International Speedway. Bill Elliott won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 60-Mark Martin
  2. 59-Robert Pressley
  3. 14-Terry Labonte
  4. 31-Steve Grissom
  5. 75-Rick Wilson
  6. 99-Ricky Craven
  7. 34-Todd Bodine
  8. 52-Ken Schrader
  9. 74-Jack Sprague
  10. 63-Chuck Bown
  • This was the Busch Grand National Series debut for Bill Elliott's nephew, the late Casey Elliott. He finished 1 lap down in 20th.
  • This was also the Busch Grand National Series debut of Johnny Benson, Jr. On the backstreatch after he completed the 1st lap he tumbled end over end and finished 40th.
  • Dale Earnhardt after finishing 2nd on track had an issue in post race inspection. He was disqualified for the car having an Illegal carburetor and placed in last (41st)[7]

NE Chevy 250Edit

The NE Chevy 250 was held August 22 at New Hampshire International Speedway. Joe Nemechek won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 59-Robert Pressley
  2. 87-Joe Nemechek
  3. 08-Bobby Dotter
  4. 31-Steve Grissom
  5. 61-Tommy Houston
  6. 55-Tim Fedewa
  7. 25-Hermie Sadler
  8. 99-Ricky Craven
  9. 44-David Green
  10. 92-Larry Pearson
  • This was Pressley's last career NASCAR Busch Series victory.

Food City 250Edit

The Food City 250 was held August 27 at Bristol Motor Speedway. Steve Grissom won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 34-Todd Bodine
  2. 87-Joe Nemechek
  3. 08-Bobby Dotter
  4. 9-Mike Wallace
  5. 63-Chuck Bown
  6. 99-Ricky Craven
  7. 31-Steve Grissom
  8. 6-Tommy Houston
  9. 79-Dave Rezendes
  10. 75-Rick Wilson

Gatorade 200Edit

The Gatorade 200 was held September 4 at Darlington Raceway. Ricky Craven won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 60-Mark Martin
  2. 20-Randy LaJoie
  3. 23-Chad Little
  4. 87-Joe Nemechek
  5. 31-Steve Grissom
  6. 72-Tracy Leslie
  7. 22-Ed Berrier
  8. 9-Mike Wallace
  9. 99-Ricky Craven
  10. 0-Rick Mast

Failed to qualify: #24 Eddie Sharp[8]

Autolite 250Edit

The Autolite 250 was held September 10 at Richmond International Raceway. Chuck Bown won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 60-Mark Martin
  2. 72-Tracy Leslie
  3. 25-Hermie Sadler
  4. 0-Tommy Houston
  5. 11-Bill Elliott
  6. 08-Bobby Dotter
  7. 44-David Green
  8. 97-Joe Bessey
  9. 32-Dale Jarrett
  10. 31-Steve Grissom

Failed to qualify: #1 Rodney Combs, #5 Richard Lasater, #6 Tommy Houston, #9 Mike Wallace, #12 David Bonnett, #15 Clay Brown, #16 Chad Chaffin, #17 Darrell Waltrip, #35 Shawna Robinson, #39 Mike Hovis, #46 Steve Hoddick, #57 Jason Keller, #73 Brian Ross, #79 Dave Rezendes, #94 Casey Elliott[9]

Driver changes: #0 Rick Mast (driven by Tommy Houston, was relieved by Mast mid race, finished in 4th place), #64 Jimmy Spencer (driven by Mike Wallace to 33rd place)

SplitFire 200Edit

The SplitFire 200 was held September 18 at Dover International Speedway. Terry Labonte won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 34-Todd Bodine
  2. 99-Ricky Craven
  3. 72-Tracy Leslie
  4. 74-Jack Sprague
  5. 44-David Green
  6. 10-Jimmy Spencer
  7. 31-Steve Grissom
  8. 29-Phil Parsons
  9. 9-Mike Wallace
  10. 97-Joe Bessey

Polaroid 300Edit

The Polaroid 300 was held October 2 at Orange County Speedway. Joe Nemechek won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 25-Hermie Sadler
  2. 99-Ricky Craven
  3. 63-Chuck Bown
  4. 74-Randy LaJoie
  5. 08-Bobby Dotter
  6. 44-David Green
  7. 19-Tom Peck
  8. 72-Tracy Leslie
  9. 4-Jack Sprague
  10. 97-Joe Bessey
  • This was Hermie Sadler's first Busch Grand National Series race victory.

All Pro 300Edit

The All Pro 300 was held October 9 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Bobby Dotter won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 60-Mark Martin
  2. 30-Michael Waltrip
  3. 3-Dale Earnhardt
  4. 11-Bill Elliott
  5. 34-Todd Bodine
  6. 14-Terry Labonte
  7. 2-Ward Burton
  8. 63-Chuck Bown
  9. 08-Bobby Dotter
  10. 9-Mike Wallace

Failed to qualify: Dirk Stephens, #07 George Crenshaw, #10 Jimmy Spencer, #17 Darrell Waltrip, #22 Ed Berrier, #24 Eddie Sharp, #28 Tim Steele, #35 Shawna Robinson, #36 Tim Bender, #56 Brandon Sperling, #66 Nathan Buttke, #84 Robert Powell, #91 Stanton Barrett, #91 Steve Perry, #98 Jim Bown[10]

  • This was Robert Pressley's last race for the #59 Daniel Welch owned team. He fell out of the race after completing 16 laps due to engine failure finishing 43rd.
  • This was also the last Busch Grand National start for Casey Elliott, nephew of Bill Elliott. He crashed out of the race on lap 16 finishing last (44th)
  • This race featured a halftime break.

Advance Auto Parts 500Edit

The Advance Auto Parts 500 was held October 17 at Martinsville Speedway. Joe Nemechek won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 63-Chuck Bown
  2. 31-Steve Grissom
  3. 99-Ricky Craven
  4. 75-Jimmy Hensley
  5. 19-Tom Peck
  6. 44-David Green
  7. 9-Mike Wallace
  8. 72-Tracy Leslie
  9. 74-Ernie Irvan
  10. 59-Dennis Setzer

Failed to qualify: Steve Darne, Pat Davison, Tommy Ellis, Jamie James, Buckshot Jones, Steve McEachern, #07 George Crenshaw, #12 David Bonnett, #48 Tom Hessert, Jr., #93 Troy Beebe

  • This was Chuck Bown's final Busch Grand National Series win.
  • This was Setzer's first race for the #59 Daniel Welch owned team.
  • Robert Pressley made his debut for the #0 Richard Jackson owned team. He had 2 spins in the race and finished 15 laps down in 23rd.

AC-Delco 200Edit

The AC-Delco 200 was held October 23 at North Carolina Speedway. Ward Burton won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 60-Mark Martin
  2. 2-Ward Burton
  3. 97-Joe Bessey
  4. 34-Todd Bodine
  5. 14-Terry Labonte
  6. 72-Tracy Leslie
  7. 31-Steve Grissom
  8. 20-Randy LaJoie
  9. 0-Robert Pressley
  10. 99-Ricky Craven

Failed to qualify: Tommy Ellis, Stevie Reeves, #29 Phil Parsons, #57 Jason Keller, #59 Dennis Setzer, #74 Johnny Benson, Jr.[11]

  • During the race there was a dust-up between Joe Bessey and Jimmy Spencer. It later became a brawl, and led to Spencer being fined plus suspended for the rest of the year from the series.[12]

The Pantry 500Edit

The Pantry 500 was held November 7 at Hickory Motor Speedway. Bobby Labonte won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 00-Johnny Rumley
  2. 63-Chuck Bown
  3. 6-Tommy Houston
  4. 99-Ricky Craven
  5. 05-Tommy Ellis
  6. 08-Bobby Dotter
  7. 32-Dale Jarrett
  8. 66-Nathan Buttke
  9. 31-Steve Grissom
  10. 34-Todd Bodine

Failed to qualify: Steve Darne, Pat Davison, Mike Dillon, Andy Houston, Buckshot Jones, Mike McCurry, Steve McEachern, Ronnie Silver, #5 Richard Lasater, #12 David Bonnett, #16 Chad Chaffin, #21 Tommy Sigmon, #35 Shawna Robinson, #55 Tim Fedewa, #56 Brandon Sperling, #97 Joe Bessey[13]

  • Because David Green finished 17th, with his 9th place finish Steve Grissom clinched the championship with 1 race remaining.
  • This was the final Busch Grand National victory for manufacturer Oldsmobile.
  • This was also the final race Neil Bonnett would call on TV (TNN) before his death in February 1994.
  • This race was called 500 because there was a 200 lap late model race in addition to the Busch Grand National race.

Slick 50 300Edit

The Slick 50 300 was held November 13 at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Mark Martin won the pole. This race was delayed 8 months due to a blizzard.

Top ten results

  1. 2-Ward Burton
  2. 92-Larry Pearson
  3. 30-Michael Waltrip
  4. 7-Harry Gant
  5. 70-Sterling Marlin
  6. 87-Joe Nemechek
  7. 0-Robert Pressley
  8. 9-Mike Wallace
  9. 31-Steve Grissom
  10. 19-Tom Peck
  • This was Ward Burton's final Busch Grand National race victory.
  • This was Neil Bonnett's last Busch Grand National race before his death in February 1994. He crashed out on lap 84, finishing 35th driving for Dale Earnhardt. He gave a funny TV interview stating "We were supposed to go hunting next week, I don't think I'm gonna go, Dale might shoot me!"

Final points standingsEdit

  1. Steve Grissom - 3846
  2. Ricky Craven - 3593
  3. David Green - 3584
  4. Chuck Bown - 3532
  5. Joe Nemechek - 3443
  6. Ward Burton - 3413
  7. Bobby Dotter - 3406
  8. Robert Pressley - 3389
  9. Todd Bodine - 3387
  10. Hermie Sadler - 3362
  11. Tracy Leslie - 3336
  12. Mike Wallace - 3213
  13. Tom Peck - 3211
  14. Jeff Burton - 3030
  15. Rodney Combs - 2969
  16. Tommy Houston - 2852
  17. Joe Bessey - 2834
  18. Tim Fedewa - 2775
  19. Jack Sprague - 2429
  20. Terry Labonte - 2399
  21. Richard Lasater - 2339
  22. Roy Payne - 2276
  23. Shawna Robinson - 1950
  24. Mark Martin - 1744
  25. Larry Pearson - 1662
  26. Jim Bown - 1564
  27. Harry Gant - 1526
  28. Nathan Buttke - 1490
  29. Bill Elliott - 1276
  30. Michael Waltrip - 1240
  31. Butch Miller - 1182
  32. Chad Little - 1171
  33. Jason Keller - 1137
  34. Dale Jarrett - 1130
  35. Ken Schrader - 1066
  36. Randy LaJoie - 1045
  37. Dale Earnhardt - 989
  38. Dave Rezendes - 949
  39. Ernie Irvan - 901
  40. Jeff Green - 894
  41. Sterling Marlin - 864
  42. Jimmy Spencer - 838
  43. Phil Parsons - 813
  44. Rick Wilson - 722
  45. Ed Berrier - 647
  46. Troy Beebe - 641
  47. Bobby Hamilton - 594
  48. Johnny Rumley - 559
  49. Rick Mast - 535
  50. Darrell Waltrip - 513

Rookie of the YearEdit

Hermie Sadler won his first career race and the Rookie of the Year title in 1993, finishing in the top-ten eight times and ended the season tenth in the final standings. He was followed by Joe Bessey, Tim Fedewa, and Roy Payne. Due to sponsor issues, Nathan Buttke and Jason Keller did not attempt the full schedule.

See alsoEdit

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