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Mark "Simo" Simonaitis (born October 1, 1959) is an American race car driver and entrepreneur. He is the twin brother of racer Brian Simo. Currently, he is the CEO of No Fear, and is a co-owner of No Fear Racing.
|Born||October 1, 1959|
|NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series career|
|2 races run over 2 years|
|Best finish||75th (1995)|
|First race||1995 Heartland Tailgate 175 (Topeka)|
|Last race||1998 Parts America 150 (Watkins Glen)|
Simo has made two NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series races, first in his self-owned #94 Mac Tools Ford F-150, and later in the #28 Federated Auto Parts Ford for Ernie Irvan. His best finish was sixth. As an owner, Simo fielded the #44 entry full-time from 1995 to 1998. Joe Ruttman drove the truck in its first season with sponsorship from Coca-Cola, Mac, and 1-800 COLLECT, winning twice. Bryan Reffner drove the next season and won Rookie of the Year, before Boris Said became the team's new driver with Federated sponsoring. In two years, Said won one race at Sears Point. Following the 1998 season, Simo fielded the #14 car part-time in the Winston Cup Series for Said and Randy LaJoie, and in the Busch Series for Irvan. He and Irvan planned to field a full-time Winston Cup entry in 2000, but were unable to find sponsorship and leased their equipment to Robby Gordon.
Motorsports career resultsEdit
SCCA National Championship RunoffsEdit
|1990||Road Atlanta||Chevrolet Camaro||Chevrolet||Showroom Stock GT||3||2||Running|
|1991||Road Atlanta||Chevrolet Camaro||Chevrolet||Showroom Stock GT||6||7||Running|
(key) (Bold – Pole position awarded by qualifying time. Italics – Pole position earned by points standings or practice time. * – Most laps led.)
Craftsman Truck SeriesEdit
|NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series results|