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Donlavey Racing was a stock car racing team that competed from 1950 until 2002 in the NASCAR Winston Cup Series. It was owned by Junie Donlavey and ran a total of 863 races in NASCAR. Donlavey Racing used a number of makes and numbers, but for years was best known for the No. 90 Ford. Though the team only had one points win (1981 Mason-Dixon 500) and two pole positions in its long history, three of Donlavey's drivers won Rookie of the Year honors (Bill Dennis in 1970, Jody Ridley in 1980, Ken Schrader in 1985) and a number of former and future NASCAR race winners drove for the team. Sixty-seven different drivers ran at least one race for Donlavey.

Donlavey Racing
Owner(s)Junie Donlavey
BaseRichmond, Virginia
SeriesWinston Cup
Race driversKen Schrader, Jody Ridley, Ernie Irvan, Dick Trickle
SponsorsRed Baron Frozen Pizza, Heilig-Meyers, Hills Brothers Coffee, Maxx Race Cards
ManufacturerOldsmobile, Hudson, Chevrolet Mercury, Ford
Opened1950
Closed2005
Career
Races competed863
Drivers' Championships0
Race victories1
Pole positions2

Contents

1950s–1960sEdit

Donlavey made his debut as an owner in 1950 at Martinsville Speedway, where Runt Harris drove Donlavey's Oldsmobile to a nineteenth-place finish after suffering mechanical failures. Donlavey's next race as an owner came in 1952 Southern 500, fielding the No. 53 Hudson Hornet for Joe Weatherly. He started 38th and finished 16th. He did not field a car again until 1957, when Emanuel Zervakis drove Donlavey's No. 90 Ford at Raleigh Speedway, finishing 24th. Zervakis ran two more races for Donlavey that year, at Langhorne Speedway and Martinsville, finishing 26th and 22nd respectively. Harris ran another race for Donlavey as well, finishing 39th at the Southern 500. Zervakis returned to run Donlavey's Chevys the next season, but did not a finish a race all season. Donlavey only ran one race in 1959, at the Capital City 200. Harris had a fifth-place finish in that race.

Harris ran three more races for Donlavey the following season, but struggled with mechanical problems, and could only manage a best finish of 30th. Speedy Thompson took over for three races, his best finish being a 12th at the Dixie 300. Tiny Lund drove for Donlavey at the Atlanta 500, but finished 36th after suffering engine failure early in the race. Johnny Roberts drove one race for Donlavey in 1961, finishing 21st at Richmond after suffering a blown head gasket.

Donlavey did not field a car until 1965, when Sonny Hutchins took over the ride. Making ten starts, he had a fifth-place run at Moyock, and a tenth at Martinsville. After going 1966 without a top-ten, Hutchins came back in 1967, and had two top ten finishes. He finished 34th in points. He made four starts in 1968, but they all ended in DNFs. He made eight starts in 1969, and had two second-place finishes, at Dover and Richmond, respectively.

1970sEdit

Hutchins returned in 1970, and had a fifth-place at Richmond, but was soon removed from the ride. LeeRoy Yarbrough drove for Donlavey in one race at Trenton Speedway, but his engine expired several laps into the race. Bill Dennis finished the year with Donlavey. Dennis would run with Donlavey in his first full season the next year. He had ten top-tens, one pole position, and finished eighteenth in points. Dennis started 1972, with a fifth at Richmond, but resigned after that race. Max Berrier, Butch Hartman, Bobby Isaac, David Pearson, Johnny Rutherford and Fred Lorenzen were among those who shared the ride for the rest of the year. Donlavey also fielded a second car for the first time in his career, when he fielded the No. 98 at Martinsville for Isaac, who finished 35th as a teammate to Jimmy Hensley, and again two races later at the National 500 for Richard D. Brown, who finished 41st.

In 1973, Donlavey secured his first full-time sponsor, signing Truxmore Industries. Dick Brooks began the year with Donlavey, and ran part of his season with him. Other drivers included Harry Gant, Charlie Glotzbach, Ray Hendrick, and a one-off with Yvon Duhamel. He also fielded the 98 for Brooks and Richie Panch. Then next season, Dennis returned for three races, before being replaced by multiple drivers. Glotzbach ran eleven races with him, the most by any driver that year. In 1975, Donlavey decided to run full-time, and hired Brooks as driver. Brooks ran 25 races, had six top-fives and finished 10th in points. Donlavey also fielded a second car, the No. 93, for Kenny Brightbill, Dick May, Earl Ross, and Jody Ridley. In 1976, Brooks had eighteen top-ten finishes and finished tenth in points again. The No. 93 ran in two races for Buck Baker and Gene Felton, with Donlavey also fielding the No. 99 for Dick Trickle at Charlotte Motor Speedway. The next season, Brooks finished sixth in points, with Donlavey fielding the No. 93 for Belgian racer Christine Beckers. She finished 37th. Brooks began 1978 by finishing fifth in two out of the first three races of the season, but despite an eighth-place points finish, Brooks departed the team.

1980sEdit

In 1979, Donlavey signed Ricky Rudd to drive the No. 90. Competing in 28 races, Rudd had 17 top-ten finishes and finished 9th in points. Donlavey also fielded the No. 77 Sunny King Mercury for Jody Ridley, who had two top-tens in three races. After Rudd left at the end of the season, Ridley signed to drive the 90 for the full season. He had eighteen top-ten finishes, finished seventh in points, and was named Rookie of the Year. The next season, he finished fifth in points and won the Mason-Dixon 500, the only points win Donlavey would have during his career. After losing the Truxmore sponsorship, J. D. Stacy sponsored the car in 1982, but after he failed to post a top-five, Ridley left the team.

 
1983 racecar
 
1984 racecar

Brooks returned to the team, where he posted two top-fives and finished 14th in points with sponsorship from Chameleon Sunglasses. After just one top-five in 1984, Brooks departed the team for the final time.

The next season, Donlavey signed rookie driver Ken Schrader to pilot the No. 90, with new sponsorship from Ultra Seal. Schrader had three top-tens and finished sixteenth in points. In 1986, Red Baron Frozen Pizza, signed as primary sponsor, and in 1987, Schrader won one of two qualifying races for the Daytona 500, as well as picking up a pole at Darlington Raceway, finishing tenth in championship points. At the end of the season, Schrader left, and was replaced by Benny Parsons with Bull's Eye Barbecue Sauce. Running what turned out to be his last season, Parsons competed in 27 starts and grabbed an eighth-place finish at Phoenix International Raceway. He was replaced for one race at North Wilkesboro by Jimmy Means, who finished 24th. After the season, Bull's Eye left the team, and Donlavey signed rookie Chad Little to his ride. However, Little struggled and was released after the Coca-Cola 600. Donlavey cut back to part-time schedule for the rest of the season, with Stan Barrett and Lennie Pond running selected races for him.

1990sEdit

In 1990, Donlavey signed True Cure as sponsor, and at the advice of Schrader, signed Ernie Irvan as driver. Unfortunately, True Cure did not meet their financial expectations, and Donlavey cancelled the contract. Despite the financial setback, Donlavey fielded a second car, the No. 91, at the GM Goodwrench 500 for J. T. Hayes as a teammate to Irvan. After three races, Donlavey granted permission for Irvan to seek other opportunities, and Irvan signed with Morgan-McClure Motorsports. Buddy Baker and Charlie Glotzbach ran nine races between the two of them for the rest of the season. The next season, Donlavey signed Robby Gordon for the first two races of the season. He finished 18th and 26th, respectively. At the Motorcraft Quality Parts 500, Donlavey fielded a car for Wally Dallenbach, Jr., who would run eleven races for him that season.

Dorsey Schroeder started off 1992 driving for Donlavey, before Glotzbach took over for two races. Other drivers who raced for Donlavey that year were Glotzbach, Kerry Teague, Pancho Carter, Bobby Hillin, Jr., and Hut Stricklin. Hillin returned to run the full season for Donlavey the next year, with sponsorship from Heilig-Meyers. Hillin posted a best finish was eleventh and he finished twenty-seventh in points. Hillin ran just three races in 1994, before he was replaced by Mike Wallace. Wallace made 22 starts and had a fifth-place finish at the season-ending Hooters 500. He returned in 1995 but dropped to 34th in points.

After making ten starts in 1996, Wallace was released in favor of Dick Trickle, whose best finish that season was a thirteenth at Michigan. Trickle signed the next season. He posted two top-fives and finished 31st in points. He improved to 29th in points in 1998, but he, along with Heling-Meyers and crew chief Tommy Baldwin, Jr., left the team at the end of the year. During the season, Donlavey missed attending his first race in years, when he had to undergo heart surgery.

Final yearsEdit

After the loss of personnel in 1998, Donlavey announced that for 1999, he would field the No. 90 Big Daddy's BBQ Sauce Ford Taurus driven by rookie Mike Harmon. During the lead-up to the Daytona 500, rumors began spreading that Big Daddy's was not paying its sponsorship checks. Originally, those rumors were denied by Donlavey, but questions continued to swirl when the team practiced for the 500 without Big Daddy's sponsor decals on the car. Eventually, it was revealed that Big Daddy had not been paying its checks on time.[1] Before long, tensions became so high that Harmon was fired from the ride before the race and replaced by Wallace. The team ran the 500 with sponsorship from Accu-turn and Kodiak (a one-race deal after Kodiak's regular team missed the race). The Big Daddy's contract was cancelled, and Morgan Shepherd took over the next week at Rockingham, and Stanton Barrett at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Those two drivers, along with Hut Stricklin and Ed Berrier, shared the driving duties of the 90 for the rest of the year.

In 2000, Berrier signed to drive the 90 with sponsorship from Hills Brothers Coffee, competing for Rookie of the Year honors. Berrier struggled during the course of the season, DNQ-ing nine times, before he was released. Brian Simo took over at Watkins Glen, before Stricklin took over the rest of the year. He signed to drive the 90 full-time in 2001, and had a sixth-place run at Michigan, but the team continued to struggle. At the EA Sports 500, Donlavey fielded the No. 91 for Rick Mast, who had lost his ride when Eel River Racing folded. Mast failed to qualify, however.

Near the end of the season Sara Lee, Hills Brothers' parent company, asked Donlavey to move his team from Richmond to North Carolina. When Donlavey refused, Sara Lee immediately pulled the Hills Brothers sponsorship from the No. 90 and signed an agreement with Bill Davis Racing to sponsor the team's new No. 23 car with Stricklin as the driver. Donlavey placed Mast in the No. 90 permanently and ran it for the remainder of the year without any sponsor decals on it.

In the offseason Donlavey acquired sponsorship from the C.F. Sauer Company, whose Duke's Mayonnaise brand had been carried on the former Eel River Racing car Mast had driven. Mast had a best finish of 24th at Darlington when he began feeling anemic. He took several races off, and was replaced by Hermie Sadler and Gary Bradberry. Mast was eventually diagnosed as having suffered carbon monoxide poisoning and was forced to leave racing altogether, and once he did C.F. Sauer pulled its sponsorship from the No. 90. Donlavey then cut back his racing schedule, and planned to retire, but came back to field the Lucas Oil Ford for Lance Hooper at Bristol, as well as a car for team manager Jason Hedlesky at Lowe's. Hooper finished 31st and Hedlesky started 41st and finished 43rd. In 2003, Kirk Shelmerdine drove Donlavey's car at the Daytona 500, but missed the field. Hedlesky drove the car at the Winston Open, but Donlavey did not field an entry for the rest of the season. Donlavey hoped to revive his team in 2004 by announcing Kevin Ray would drive a limited schedule that season with sponsorship from Boudreaux's Butt Paste. Unfortunately, the deal ended up running only one ARCA race at Pocono. Late in the year A. J. Henriksen, began running races for Donlavey, but did not make a race. Donlavey did not field a car in 2005, but continued to stay involved in NASCAR. During a gathering at Richmond in September 2006, Donlavey stated that he still had several cars in his race shop, but was in the process of selling them and had no plans to return to racing.

Driver history[2]Edit

Notable drivers (Sprint Cup race winners, Rookies of the Year, & renowned drivers from other championships such as IndyCars or sports cars) are highlighted in bold.

Motorsports career resultsEdit

NASCAREdit

(key) (Bold – Pole position awarded by qualifying time. Italics – Pole position earned by points standings or practice time. * – Most laps led.)

Car No. 90 resultsEdit

NASCAR Nextel Cup Series results
Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 Owners Pts
1972 Bill Dennis 90 Ford RSD DAY
23
RCH
5
ONT
DNQ
[N 1]
Jackie Oliver CAR
40
DAR
22
NWS TAL
44
CLT
32
DOV
4
TWS
36
DAY
25
BRI
Dick Brooks ATL
40
BRI MCH
27
RSD MCH
40
NSV
Jimmy Hensley MAR
33
MAR
5
Fred Lorenzen TRN
4
LeeRoy Yarbrough ATL
5
DAR
39
Ramo Stott TAL
2
DOV
3
David Pearson RCH
24
Max Berrier NWS
18
Butch Hartman CLT
5
Ron Hutcherson CAR
40
Johnny Rutherford TWS
26
1973 Ramo Stott Mercury RSD DAY
8
TAL
44
NSV [N 1]
Ray Hendrick RCH
26
MAR
11
Dick Brooks Ford CAR
5
BRI CLT
9
DAY
9
BRI
Mercury ATL
7
NSV
32
RCH
27
NWS
8
Yvon Duhamel Ford NWS
10
Richie Panch Mercury DAR
17
Jimmy Hensley MAR
7
Eddie Pettyjohn DOV
40
TWS RSD MCH DOV
10
Jody Ridley ATL
5
TAL
37
Bud Moore DAR
29
Harry Gant Ford CLT
11
Charlie Glotzbach Mercury CAR
8
1974 Bill Dennis Ford RSD DAY
21
RCH
8
CAR
7
[N 1]
Richie Panch BRI
27
Jody Ridley ATL
33
CAR
30
Bobby Isaac DAR
33
Harry Gant NWS
9
Jimmy Hensley MAR
6
Charlie Glotzbach TAL
4
NSV CLT
37
RSD MCH DAY
22
BRI
4
NSV
6
ATL
26
POC TAL
34
MCH DAR
14
RCH
4
NWS
15
CLT
30
Eddie Pettyjohn DOV
32
DOV
24
Paul Radford MAR
30
George Follmer ONT
32
1975 Dick Brooks RSD DAY
22
RCH
4
CAR
4
BRI
19
ATL
4
NWS
8
DAR
25
MAR
8
TAL
3
NSV DOV
29
CLT
7
RSD MCH
7
DAY
6
NSV POC TAL
38
MCH
20
DAR
26
DOV
2
NWS
11
MAR
6
CLT
35
RCH
3
CAR
29
BRI
6
ATL
7
ONT
8
[N 1]
1976 RSD DAY
41
CAR
24
RCH
26
BRI
6
ATL
7
NWS
7
DAR
35
MAR
5
TAL
12
NSV DOV
7
CLT
7
RSD MCH
6
DAY
8
NSV POC
31
TAL
3
MCH
29
BRI
7
DAR
6
RCH
8
DOV
6
MAR
6
NWS
6
CLT
9
CAR
8
ATL
29
ONT
4
[N 1]
1977 RSD DAY
5
RCH
27
CAR
22
ATL
23
NWS
6
DAR
9
BRI
2
MAR
6
TAL
7
NSV DOV
5
CLT
8
RSD MCH
7
DAY
9
NSV
5
POC
5
TAL
39
MCH
6
BRI
4
DAR
34
RCH
8
DOV
8
MAR
26
NWS
8
CLT
6
CAR
5
ATL
37
ONT
6
[N 1]
1978 Mercury RSD DAY
5
TAL
15
DAY
36
POC
7
TAL
9
MCH
6
DAR
25
CLT
10
ATL
12
ONT
9
[N 1]
Ford RCH
5
CAR
28
ATL
6
BRI
19
DAR
35
NWS
8
MAR
27
DOV
9
CLT
19
NSV RSD MCH
7
NSV
8
BRI
4
RCH
5
DOV
6
MAR
13
NWS
9
CAR
5
1979 Ricky Rudd Mercury RSD DAY
31
ATL
9
DAR
8
TAL
27
CLT
6
TWS
28
RSD MCH
8
DAY
13
NSV POC
5
TAL
3
MCH
7
DAR
8
CLT
11
ATL
8
ONT
10
[N 1]
Ford CAR
34
NWS
14
BRI
10
MAR
12
NSV
10
DOV
14
RCH
3
DOV
8
MAR
6
NWS
5
CAR
20
Chevy RCH
11
BRI
9
1980 Jody Ridley Ford RSD
16
RCH
18
CAR
29
BRI
11
DAR
10
NWS
7
MAR
7
NSV
8
DOV
6
TWS
26
RSD
11
MCH
6
NSV
8
POC
18
DAR
30
RCH
5
DOV
9
NWS
9
MAR
9
CAR
5
ATL
6
ONT
18
[N 1]
Mercury DAY
10
ATL
6
TAL
10
CLT
12
DAY
7
TAL
30
MCH
18
BRI
12
CLT
8
1981 Ford RSD
7
DAY
7
RCH
8
CAR ATL
6
BRI
6
NWS
28
DAR
7
MAR
6
TAL
31
NSV
25
DOV
1
CLT
20
TWS
6
RSD
7
MCH
4
DAY
38
NSV
10
POC
15
TAL
8
MCH
12
BRI
20
DAR
12
RCH
9
DOV
11
MAR
21
NWS
7
CLT
15
CAR
10
ATL
5
RSD
9
[N 1]
1982 DAY
9
RCH
13
BRI
20
ATL
17
CAR
33
DAR
22
NWS
17
MAR
12
TAL
38
NSV
13
DOV
17
CLT
6
POC
9
RSD
7
MCH
27
DAY
15
NSV
8
POC
36
TAL
14
MCH
26
BRI
8
DAR
28
RCH
25
DOV
25
NWS
9
CLT
7
MAR
7
CAR
31
ATL
28
RSD
9
[N 1]
1983 Dick Brooks DAY
5
RCH
13
CAR
8
ATL
6
DAR
19
NWS
20
MAR
8
TAL
14
NSV
25
DOV
15
BRI
21
CLT
37
RSD
5
POC
28
MCH
12
DAY
32
NSV
14
POC
15
TAL
7
MCH
21
BRI
21
DAR
31
RCH
13
DOV
32
MAR
16
NWS
15
CLT
37
CAR
18
ATL
31
RSD
34
[N 1]
1984 DAY
26
RCH
19
CAR
23*
ATL
14
BRI
30
NWS
11
DAR
31
MAR
11
TAL
30
NSV
9
DOV
35
CLT
13
RSD
12
POC
20
MCH
11
DAY
38
NSV
27
POC
11
TAL
35
MCH
18
BRI
3
DAR
6
RCH
10
DOV
7
MAR
11
CLT
13
NWS
11
CAR
30
ATL
17
RSD
24
[N 1]
1985 Ken Schrader DAY
11
RCH
14
CAR
40
ATL
17
BRI
10
DAR
13
NWS
14
MAR
16
TAL
20
DOV
10
CLT
38
RSD
10
POC
15
MCH
34
DAY
21
POC
15
TAL
11
MCH
20
BRI
19
DAR
14
RCH
15
DOV
16
MAR
26
NWS
15
CLT
25
CAR
19
ATL
15
RSD
23
[N 1]
1986 DAY
33
RCH
23
CAR
22
ATL
21
BRI
13
DAR
10
NWS
14
MAR
7
TAL
26
DOV
10
CLT
23
RSD
17
POC
27
MCH
20
DAY
12
POC
23
TAL
31
GLN
16
MCH
11
BRI
28
DAR
36
RCH
25
DOV
22
MAR
7
NWS
18
CLT
28
CAR
14
ATL
17
RSD
11
[N 1]
1987 DAY
7
CAR
10
RCH
13
ATL
29
DAR
5
NWS
16
BRI
17
MAR
7
TAL
8
CLT
29
DOV
6
POC
17
RSD
10
MCH
8
DAY
7*
POC
10
TAL
18
GLN
27
MCH
34
BRI
27
DAR
11
RCH
21
DOV
11
MAR
12
NWS
15
CLT
17
CAR
14
RSD
29
ATL
35
[N 1]
1988 Benny Parsons DAY
31
RCH
14
CAR
33
ATL
13
DAR
34
BRI
13
NWS
17
MAR
14
TAL
24
CLT
25
DOV
22
RSD
13
POC
31
MCH
38
DAY
35
POC
35
TAL
27
GLN
39
MCH
15
DAR
13
RCH
20
DOV
27
MAR
20
CLT
12
NWS
QL
CAR
13
PHO
8
ATL
34
[N 1]
Tommy Ellis BRI
DNQ
Jimmy Means NWS
24
1989 Chad Little DAY
36
CAR ATL
35
RCH
22
DAR
37
BRI NWS MAR
26
TAL
34
CLT
18
DOV MCH
26
BRI DAR [N 1]
Stan Barrett SON
DNQ
POC MCH DAY
37
POC TAL
34
GLN
26
PHO
31
Lennie Pond RCH
11
DOV MAR CLT NWS CAR
Tracy Leslie ATL
DNQ
1990 Ernie Irvan DAY
13
RCH
22
CAR
29
[N 1]
Buddy Baker ATL
21
DAR
40
BRI NWS MAR TAL
31
CLT
15
DOV SON POC MCH DAY
30
POC TAL
40
GLN MCH
23
BRI DAR CLT
37
CAR PHO ATL
Lennie Pond RCH
22
DOV MAR NWS
1991 Robby Gordon DAY
18
RCH
26
CAR [N 1]
Wally Dallenbach Jr. ATL
26
DAR BRI NWS MAR TAL
34
CLT
33
DOV SON POC MCH
28
DAY
34
POC TAL
41
GLN
32
MCH
22
BRI DAR RCH
25
DOV
DNQ
MAR NWS CLT
19
CAR PHO ATL
36
Steve Perry DOV
27
1992 Dorsey Schroeder DAY
19
CAR [N 1]
Charlie Glotzbach RCH
26
ATL
18
TAL
37
CLT
36
DOV SON POC MCH
16
DAY
20
POC TAL
30
GLN
Kerry Teague DAR
38
BRI NWS MAR
Chuck Bown MCH
DNQ
BRI DAR
Hut Stricklin RCH
30
DOV
15
MAR
24
NWS
30
Pancho Carter CLT
32
CAR PHO
Bobby Hillin, Jr. ATL
30
1993 DAY
35
CAR
19
RCH
28
ATL
15
DAR
35
BRI
33
NWS
26
MAR
23
TAL
17
SON
41
CLT
16
DOV
25
POC
38
MCH
33
DAY
12
NHA
20
POC
20
TAL
13
GLN
35
MCH
11
BRI
12
DAR
24
RCH
27
DOV
12
MAR
22
NWS
22
CLT
20
CAR
33
PHO
18
ATL
41
[N 1]
1994 DAY
24
CAR
33
RCH
26
[N 1]
Mike Wallace ATL
27
DAR
18
BRI
28
NWS
DNQ
MAR
DNQ
TAL
15
SON
23
CLT
23
DOV
13
POC
36
MCH
DNQ
DAY
12
NHA
28
POC
30
TAL
13
IND
DNQ
GLN
DNQ
MCH
16
BRI
24
DAR
17
RCH
23
DOV
29
MAR
28
NWS
DNQ
CLT
17
CAR
16
PHO
28
ATL
5
1995 DAY
39
CAR
15
RCH
26
ATL
40
DAR
15
BRI
DNQ
NWS
36
MAR
27
TAL
23
SON
34
CLT
12
DOV
14
POC
32
MCH
32
DAY
37
NHA
32
POC
26
TAL
12
IND
26
GLN
DNQ
MCH
20
BRI
8
DAR
39
RCH
DNQ
DOV
31
MAR
17
NWS
DNQ
CLT
23
CAR
39
PHO
36
ATL
DNQ
[N 1]
1996 DAY
37
CAR
17
RCH
24
ATL
33
DAR
21
BRI
DNQ
NWS
DNQ
MAR
32
TAL
38
SON
44
CLT
39
DOV
19
[N 1]
Dick Trickle POC
26
MCH
39
DAY
28
NHA
27
POC
18
TAL
38
IND
23
GLN
39
MCH
38
BRI
26
DAR
36
RCH
27
DOV
23
MAR
13
NWS
DNQ
CLT
35
CAR
31
PHO
20
ATL
DNQ
1997 DAY
30
CAR
19
RCH
29
ATL
28
DAR
DNQ
TEX
23
BRI
11
MAR
30
SON
DNQ
TAL
15
CLT
33
DOV
41
POC
26
MCH
23
CAL
22
DAY
25
NHA
25
POC
19
IND
DNQ
MCH
39
BRI
3
DAR
13
RCH
19
NHA
22
DOV
18
MAR
42
CLT
14
TAL
23
CAR
5
PHO
40
ATL
14
[N 1]
Dorsey Schroeder GLN
31
1998 Dick Trickle DAY
27
CAR
37
LVS
16
ATL
6
DAR
24
BRI
13
TEX
22
MAR
37
TAL
20
CAL
37
CLT
21
DOV
21
RCH
17
MCH
24
POC
27
SON
33
NHA
17
POC
29
IND
18
GLN
41
MCH
38
BRI
43
NHA
19
DAR
33
RCH
42
DOV
31
MAR
33
CLT
33
TAL
38
DAY
DNQ
PHO
19
CAR
23
ATL
12
30th 2709
1999 Mike Wallace DAY
23
44th 1083
Morgan Shepherd CAR
32
ATL
DNQ
MAR
DNQ
Stanton Barrett LVS
30
TEX
DNQ
BRI
DNQ
DAY
DNQ
NHA POC
31
IND
DNQ
GLN MCH
DNQ
BRI DAR
DNQ
RCH
DNQ
NHA
Ed Berrier DAR
39
DOV
31
MAR CLT
DNQ
TAL
33
CAR
DNQ
PHO HOM
DNQ
ATL
25
Loy Allen, Jr. TAL
DNQ
Hut Stricklin CAL
DNQ
RCH
DNQ
CLT
33
DOV
DNQ
MCH
DNQ
POC
DNQ
SON
2000 Ed Berrier DAY
37
CAR
36
LVS
DNQ
ATL
DNQ
DAR
DNQ
BRI
DNQ
TEX
35
MAR
DNQ
TAL
28
CAL
DNQ
RCH
DNQ
CLT
DNQ
DOV
41
MCH
33
POC
28
DAY
26
NHA
37
POC
33
44th 1510
Brian Simo SON
36
GLN
DNQ
Hut Stricklin IND
14
MCH
39
BRI
DNQ
DAR
34
RCH
36
NHA
28
DOV
DNQ
MAR
42
CLT
42
TAL
DNQ
CAR
DNQ
PHO
DNQ
HOM
DNQ
ATL
DNQ
2001 DAY
DNQ
CAR
31
LVS
40
ATL
28
DAR
28
BRI
DNQ
TEX
26
MAR
DNQ
TAL
DNQ
CAL
12
RCH
DNQ
CLT
16
DOV
30
MCH
6
POC
28
DAY
DNQ
CHI
31
NHA
35
POC
40
IND
29
MCH
32
BRI
DNQ
DAR
32
RCH
DNQ
DOV
25
KAN
35
CLT
30
MAR
26
TAL
36
40th 2195
Brian Simo SON
42
GLN
37
Rick Mast PHO
25
CAR
DNQ
HOM
38
ATL
DNQ
NHA
28
2002 DAY
DNQ
CAR
34
LVS
40
ATL
33
DAR
24
BRI
33
TEX
29
MAR
37
TAL
DNQ
CAL
32
RCH
35
42nd 978
Hermie Sadler CLT
29
DOV
DNQ
POC
29
Gary Bradberry MCH
43
SON
Ed Berrier DAY
DNQ
CHI NHA POC IND GLN MCH
Lance Hooper BRI
31
DAR RCH NHA DOV KAN TAL
Jason Hedlesky CLT
43
MAR ATL CAR PHO HOM
2003 Kirk Shelmerdine DAY
DNQ
CAR LVS ATL DAR BRI TEX TAL MAR CAL RCH CLT DOV POC MCH SON DAY CHI NHA POC IND GLN MCH BRI DAR RCH NHA DOV TAL KAN CLT MAR ATL PHO CAR HOM 75th 19
2004 Andy Hillenburg DAY
DNQ
CAR LVS ATL DAR BRI TEX MAR TAL CAL RCH CLT DOV POC MCH SON DAY CHI NHA 70th 53
A. J. Henriksen POC
DNQ
IND GLN MCH BRI CAL RCH NHA DOV TAL KAN CLT MAR ATL PHO DAR HOM
Footnotes
  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z unknown

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Pearce, A. (February 9, 1999). Donlavey Barbecued By Sponsor. Daily Press.
  2. ^ Racing-reference.info - Junie Donlavey's Owner Statistics

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