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Monster Energy Nascar Cup Series: 2018 O'Reilly Auto Parts 500
2018 O'Reilly Auto Parts 500
(Texas)

Nationwide Series: 2011 DRIVE4COPD 300
DRIVE4COPD 300
(Daytona) Camping World Truck Series: 2011 Ford 200
Ford 200
(Homestead)

Races competed Total: 750 Monster Energy Nascar Cup Series: 280 Nationwide Series: 113 Camping World Truck Series: 357

Drivers' Championships Total: 2 Monster Energy Nascar Cup Series: 0 Nationwide Series: 0 Camping World Truck Series: 2 2006, 2010

Race victories Total: 22 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: 0 Nationwide Series: 0 Camping World Truck Series: 22

Pole positions Total: 9 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: 0 Nationwide Series: 0 Camping World Truck Series: 9

Germain Racing
Germain Racing
is an American professional stock car racing team that currently competes in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. It is owned by Bob Germain, whose family owns many car dealerships across the United States as Germain Motor Company.[1] The team currently fields the No. 13 Chevrolet
Chevrolet
Camaro ZL1 full-time for Ty Dillon. The team previously fielded the No. 03, No. 9, No. 30, No. 62 and No. 77 Toyota
Toyota
Tundras in the Camping World Truck Series
Camping World Truck Series
and the No. 7 and No. 15 Toyota Camry
Toyota Camry
in the Xfinity Series. Previously, the team had been affiliated with Arnold Motorsports, a former Monster Energy Nascar Cup Series team, until the 2005 season as Germain-Arnold Racing.[1] After fielding Toyotas for most of its history, the team fielded Ford Fusions in 2012 and 2013. Then in 2014, the team switched to Chevrolet, ending a two-year partnership with Ford, and formed a technical alliance with Richard Childress Racing.[2]

Contents

1 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series

1.1 Car No. 13 history

1.1.1 Car No. 13 results

1.2 Car No. 60 history

1.2.1 Car No. 60 results

2 Nationwide Series

2.1 Car No. 03 history

2.1.1 Car No. 03 results

2.2 Car No. 15 history

2.2.1 Car No. 15 results

3 Camping World Truck Series

3.1 Truck No. 9 history

3.1.1 Truck No. 9 results

3.2 Truck No. 30 history

3.2.1 Truck No. 30 results

3.3 Truck No. 62 history

3.3.1 Truck No. 62 results

3.4 Truck No. 77 history

3.4.1 Truck No. 03 results 3.4.2 Truck No. 77 results

4 References 5 External links

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series[edit] Car No. 13 history[edit]

The No. 13 driven by Casey Mears
Casey Mears
at the 2013 Toyota
Toyota
Owners 400.

Germain entered into Sprint Cup racing through a technical alliance with Michael Waltrip Racing
Michael Waltrip Racing
(MWR) beginning with two races during the 2008 season, with MWR supplying Toyota
Toyota
Camrys and technical support for Germain and driver Max Papis.[3] Papis had previously driven for MWR vice president Cal Wells in the CART series.[3] In 2009, Germain Racing
Germain Racing
attempted to run a limited schedule in the Sprint Cup Series
Sprint Cup Series
with Papis driving the No. 13 with sponsor GEICO. The team qualified for 15 races in 21 attempts. Germain planned to run full-time in 2010, but it was required to start and park some events due to its limited sponsorship from GEICO
GEICO
and lack of additional sponsorship. [4] In the first event of the 2010 season, Papis qualified for the Daytona 500,[5] where he was involved in an early wreck before finishing 40th due to engine woes. After Watkins Glen, the team announced that Papis would be replaced and reassigned to the Camping World Truck Series. Max Papis
Max Papis
ran the following week Michigan in a start and park effort, the following week Casey Mears
Casey Mears
took over as the full time driver at Bristol in another start and park effort. Papis ran 17 races in 2010, with 10 DNFs and 5 DNQs. Mears then finished out the 2010 season starting and parking in some events. For 2011, Germain Racing
Germain Racing
announced that Mears would take over the ride full-time for the 2011 season. Mears and the team missed the Daytona 500, but no other events. The team finished 32nd in owners points. On January 6, 2012, Germain Racing
Germain Racing
announced that Mears would return as the driver of the No. 13 GEICO
GEICO
Ford Fusion. GEICO
GEICO
is signed with the team through 2014.[6] Mears led during the middle portions at Talladega, but crashed out. He finished 29th in points.

The Germain Race Shop, located in Mooresville, North Carolina
Mooresville, North Carolina
in November 2016.

The team had a rebound year in 2013 with 1 Top 10 at Daytona and 7 Top 15s. Mears also improved to 24th in the standings, his best finish in the points since 2009. GEICO
GEICO
also plans to sponsor the team full season next year as well. In 2014, Germain formed a partnership with Richard Childress Racing
Richard Childress Racing
to field Chevrolets. Mears had previously driven for RCR in 2009.[2] The team started the new season off with a top-10 when Mears finished 10th in the 2014 Daytona 500. Mears eventually recorded fourteen top-20s and three top-10s during the season, and finished 26th in driver points, although on a much more competitive landscape than the 24th place in 2013. Mears began 2015 with a 6th-place finish in the Daytona 500. It was the team's 4th consecutive top-10 finish at Daytona. In 2016, it was announced that Ty Dillon
Ty Dillon
would replace Mears in the No. 13 starting in 2017.[7] Mears found a ride by driving part time with Biagi-DenBeste Racing in the 98 GEICO
GEICO
Military car. On November 28, 2016 Ty Dillon
Ty Dillon
was named the new driver for the No. 13 car for the 2017 season. In the 2017 offseason Twisted Tea
Twisted Tea
came onboard for four races, the first time Germain had two sponsors on the same car in a year. After running solidly in 2017, Dillon's best runs included Dover where he was 4th on a late restart only to be taken out by his teammate by alliance Ryan Newman. He also led very late in the Coke Zero 400
Coke Zero 400
where he got shuffled and finished 16th. Car No. 13 results[edit]

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

2008 Max Papis 13 Toyota DAY CAL LVS ATL BRI MAR TEX PHO TAL RCH DAR CLT DOV POC MCH SON NHA DAY CHI IND POC GLN MCH BRI CAL RCH NHA DOV KAN TAL CLT MAR ATL TEX DNQ PHO HOM DNQ 57th 50

2009 DAY CAL LVS 36 ATL BRI MAR TEX 35 PHO TAL 18 RCH DAR 35 CLT 42 DOV DNQ POC MCH 35 SON 12 NHA DAY DNQ CHI IND DNQ POC GLN 8 MCH BRI DNQ ATL 40 RCH 37 NHA DOV KAN 32 CAL 35 CLT 41 MAR TAL 29 TEX DNQ PHO 35 HOM DNQ 43rd 1209

2010 DAY 40 CAL 28 LVS 33 ATL 34 BRI DNQ MAR 40 PHO 40 TEX 22 TAL 40 RCH DNQ DAR 29 DOV DNQ CLT DNQ POC 34 MCH 43 SON 43 NHA 43 DAY 42 CHI 42 IND 43 POC DNQ GLN 22 MCH 41

38th 1994

Casey Mears

BRI 39 ATL 26 RCH 21 NHA 38 DOV 29 KAN 24 CAL 25 CLT DNQ MAR 40 TAL 24 TEX 26 PHO 24 HOM 33

2011 DAY DNQ PHO 18 LVS 25 BRI 37 CAL 29 MAR 36 TEX 26 TAL 22 RCH 28 DAR 30 DOV 23 CLT 23 KAN 37 POC 30 MCH 38 SON 34 DAY 32 KEN 25 NHA 38 IND 29 POC 36 GLN 20 MCH 37 BRI 23 ATL 28 RCH 17 CHI 29 NHA 42 DOV 35 KAN 42 CLT 32 TAL 17 MAR 12 TEX 25 PHO 26 HOM 26 32nd 541

2012 Ford DAY 25 PHO 39 LVS 27 BRI 25 CAL 23 MAR 25 TEX 25 KAN 26 RCH 21 TAL 18 DAR 22 CLT 22 DOV 41 POC 35 MCH 20 SON 15 KEN 18 DAY 18 NHA 36 IND 34 POC 35 GLN 16 MCH 37 BRI 21 ATL 33 RCH 29 CHI 36 NHA 36 DOV 31 TAL 26 CLT 29 KAN 37 MAR 25 TEX 21 PHO 22 HOM 29 30th 612

2013 DAY 29 PHO 14 LVS 29 BRI 15 CAL 15 MAR 16 TEX 31 KAN 34 RCH 30 TAL 24 DAR 37 CLT 23 DOV 16 POC 22 MCH 21 SON 16 KEN 18 DAY 9 NHA 36 IND 27 POC 24 GLN 12 MCH 25 BRI 33 ATL 22 RCH 26 CHI 30 NHA 25 DOV 24 KAN 21 CLT 31 TAL 27 MAR 21 TEX 33 PHO 27 HOM 28 26th 719

2014 Chevy DAY 10 PHO 14 LVS 28 BRI 27 CAL 15 MAR 24 TEX 28 DAR 18 RCH 19 TAL 14 KAN 26 CLT 24 DOV 25 POC 23 MCH 24 SON 13 KEN 20 DAY 4 NHA 38 IND 33 POC 12 GLN 15 MCH 17 BRI 26 ATL 22 RCH 31 CHI 26 NHA 22 DOV 27 KAN 28 CLT 31 TAL 10 MAR 37 TEX 18 PHO 35 HOM 20 26th 782

2015 DAY 6 ATL 15 LVS 25 PHO 20 CAL 23 MAR 15 TEX 27 BRI 36 RCH 30 TAL 28 KAN 19 CLT 24 DOV 27 POC 16 MCH 13 SON 38 DAY 11 KEN 23 NHA 16 IND 20 POC 28 GLN 18 MCH 42 BRI 23 DAR 29 RCH 21 CHI 20 NHA 18 DOV 24 CLT 18 KAN 23 TAL 31 MAR 17 TEX 26 PHO 22 HOM 42 23rd 754

2016 DAY 32 ATL 14 LVS 23 PHO 35 CAL 17 MAR 31 TEX 23 BRI 24 RCH 29 TAL 33 KAN 21 DOV 26 CLT 30 POC 24 MCH 32 SON 24 DAY 12 KEN 30 NHA 27 IND 24 POC 21 GLN 12 BRI 25 MCH 22 DAR 25 RCH 21 CHI 34 NHA 27 DOV 26 CLT 40 KAN 23 TAL 39 MAR 21 TEX 39 PHO 18 HOM 18 29th 556

2017 Ty Dillon DAY 30 ATL 15 LVS 21 PHO 16 CAL 18 MAR 22 TEX 17 BRI 15 RCH 26 TAL 13 KAN 14 CLT 36 DOV 14 POC 18 MCH 20 SON 28 DAY 16 KEN 33 NHA 16 IND 19 POC 17 GLN 19 MCH 21 BRI 36 DAR 13 RCH 22 CHI 28 NHA 22 DOV 22 CLT 21 TAL 11 KAN 16 MAR 30 TEX 24 PHO 11 HOM 26 25th 593

2018 DAY 39 ATL 26 LVS 24 PHO 30 CAL 27 MAR 22 TEX 13 BRI RCH TAL DOV KAN CLT POC MCH SON CHI DAY KEN NHA POC GLN MCH BRI DAR IND LVS RCH CLT DOV TAL KAN MAR TEX PHO HOM

Car No. 60 history[edit]

The No. 60 at Charlotte

The No. 60 Toyota Camry
Toyota Camry
debuted in 2011 with Todd Bodine
Todd Bodine
driving and received sponsorship from Tire Kingdom for the Daytona 500. Bodine and team did not qualify for the event. For the rest of 2011, Landon Cassill and Mike Skinner ran the car with sponsorship from Big Red as a start and park ride to gain enough funds for the No. 13 to race on weekends that GEICO
GEICO
is not the sponsor. From Atlanta No. 60 has switched to Chevrolet. In October 2011, Germain Racing
Germain Racing
parked the No. 60 ride for the remainder of the season after running 20 races, but never finishing better than 38th. Car No. 60 results[edit]

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

2011 Todd Bodine 60 Toyota DAY DNQ

CAL 40

46th 51

Landon Cassill

PHO 38 LVS 43 BRI 42

Mike Skinner

MAR 42 TEX 43 TAL DNQ RCH 41 DAR 40 DOV 41 CLT 43 KAN 40 POC DNQ MCH DNQ SON 42 DAY 40 KEN 43 NHA 42 IND 40 POC DNQ GLN 43 MCH 42 BRI 41

NHA Wth DOV DNQ KAN DNQ CLT Wth TAL MAR TEX PHO HOM

Chevy

RCH DNQ CHI DNQ

Dave Blaney

ATL 43

Nationwide Series[edit] Car No. 03 history[edit] Germain debuted in the Nationwide Series in 2007 with the No. 03 Germain Toyota Camry
Toyota Camry
with Todd Bodine
Todd Bodine
driving. He finished in the top-ten in his first two attempts, and ran three more races after that. The car did not run again until 2008, when Bodine drove to a fourth-place finish. Michael Annett
Michael Annett
made the next attempt at the season-ending race at Homestead, where he finished 36th after a crash. Car No. 03 results[edit]

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 Owners Pts

2007 Todd Bodine 03 Toyota DAY CAL MXC LVS ATL BRI NSH TEX PHO TAL RCH DAR CLT DOV NSH KEN MLW NHA DAY CHI GTY 10 IRP CGV GLN MCH 8 BRI CAL RCH 20 DOV KAN 14 CLT MEM TEX PHO HOM 37 53rd 557

2008 DAY CAL LVS ATL BRI NSH TEX PHO MXC TAL RCH DAR 4 CLT DOV NSH KEN MLW NHA DAY CHI GTY IRP CGV GLN MCH BRI CAL RCH DOV KAN

62nd 222

Justin Marks

CLT DNQ MEM TEX PHO

Michael Annett

HOM 36

Car No. 15 history[edit]

Michael Annett
Michael Annett
in 2009.

Annett in 2010.

Germain Racing
Germain Racing
fielded its first full-time entry in the Nationwide Series in 2008, with Mike Wallace driving. Wallace brought his car number, 7, and his sponsor, GEICO, with him from Phoenix Racing. The team purchased the legal assets of the former Busch Series team of Yates Racing
Yates Racing
for purposes of an exemption as part of NASCAR's all-exempt tour policy in the three national series. Wallace finished eighth in his first and only season with Germain with 1 top-5 and 8 top-10s. After the end of the 2008 season, GEICO
GEICO
moved to the Cup Series due to a conflict of interest with series sponsor Nationwide. At the start of the 2009 season Germain changed the No. 7 team to No. 15 and hired Michael Annett
Michael Annett
for the season. Annett drove the No. 15 full-time in 2009, with HYPE Energy and Pilot Flying J
Pilot Flying J
sponsoring. Annett went on to finishing third in the Rookie of the Year battle and 10th in the overall driver points. He collected 4 top-10 finishes in his first full-time season. In 2010, Annett continued driving for the team. Pilot Travel Centers continued their sponsorship of Annett and the team. Annett finished the year with 2 top-10s en route to a 13th-place finish in the final standings. For 2011 Annett moved to Rusty Wallace Racing's No. 62 for 2011, bringing Pilot Travel Centers with him. Todd Bodine
Todd Bodine
drove the No. 15 at Daytona with Tire Kingdom as the sponsor, as rookie driver Timmy Hill was under 18 and not eligible to run in a national touring series. After Daytona, the No. 15 owner points were sold to Hill's team Rick Ware Racing. Car No. 15 results[edit]

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 Owners Pts

2008 Mike Wallace 7 Toyota DAY 24 CAL 16 LVS 7 ATL 17 BRI 10 NSH 20 TEX 25 PHO 15 MXC 12 TAL 10 RCH 13 DAR 25 CLT 22 DOV 8 NSH 6 KEN 3 MLW 18 NHA 15 DAY 22 CHI 20 GTY 11 IRP 17 CGV 15 GLN 18 MCH 15 BRI 35 CAL 16 RCH 15 DOV 12 KAN 15 CLT 10 MEM 14 TEX 12 PHO 9 HOM 18 13th 4128

2009 Michael Annett 15 DAY 35 CAL 16 LVS 32 BRI 20 TEX 11 NSH 19 PHO 16 TAL 21 RCH 34 DAR 29 CLT 39 DOV 19 NSH 27 KEN 7 MLW 28 NHA 19 DAY 35 CHI 17 GTY 7 IRP 35 IOW 11 GLN 20 MCH 13 BRI 8 CGV 18 ATL 14 RCH 25 DOV 13 KAN 30 CAL 6 CLT 13 MEM 16 TEX 22 PHO 20 HOM 21 18th 3598

2010 DAY 12 CAL 17 LVS 33 BRI 20 NSH 9 PHO 33 TEX 16 TAL 43 RCH 26 DAR 11 DOV 15 CLT 14 NSH 14 KEN 34 ROA 24 NHA 19 DAY 12 CHI 14 GTY 11 IRP 19 IOW 7 GLN 19 MCH 16 BRI 18 CGV 25 ATL 21 RCH 20 DOV 15 KAN 16 CAL 20 CLT 36 GTY 21 TEX 18 PHO 18 HOM 24 14th 3651

2011 Todd Bodine DAY 18 PHO LVS BRI CAL TEX TAL NSH RCH DAR DOV IOW CLT CHI MCH ROA DAY KEN NHA NSH IRP IOW GLN CGV BRI ATL RCH CHI DOV KAN CLT TEX PHO HOM

24th* 681*

Includes points scored after Rick Ware Racing
Rick Ware Racing
took over the entry but only results scored by Germain Racing
Germain Racing
are shown.

Camping World Truck Series[edit] Truck No. 9 history[edit]

Musgrave's 2006 No. 9 truck

Justin Marks' truck at Charlotte in 2008.

The No. 9 Toyota Tundra
Toyota Tundra
debuted at Daytona in 2005 with rookie Shigeaki Hattori behind the wheel. Although he had two seventh place starts, Hattori struggled in his transition to stock cars, and was released towards the end of the season, and replaced by Justin Hobgood, whose best finish was a 20th at Phoenix International Raceway. 2005 champion Ted Musgrave, whose team, Ultra Motorsports, had shut down only days before preseason testing, came to the team with a sponsor in Team ASE. He went the entire 2006 season without a win, before picking up a win at Texas in 2007. ARCA RE/MAX Series driver Justin Marks
Justin Marks
replaced Musgrave in the No. 9 with sponsorship from Construct Corps/Crocs. Marks had one pole and an eighth-place finish but he was replaced later in the year. The No. 9 truck was filled for the rest of the year by Chrissy Wallace, Michael Annett, David Reutimann, Paul Tracy, and Sean Caisse. The No. 9 only ran a limited number of races in 2009 with Max Papis, and sponsor GEICO. Papis drove the No. 9 full-time in 2011 with GEICO
GEICO
sponsoring, but only managed two top-10 finishes and finished 18th in points. For 2012, Germain shut down their truck operations and GEICO
GEICO
moved up to the Sprint Cup Series
Sprint Cup Series
with Mears. Truck No. 9 results[edit]

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 Owners Pts

2005 Shigeaki Hattori 9 Toyota DAY 34 CAL 30 ATL 27 MAR DNQ GTY 27 MFD 36 CLT 34 DOV TEX 35 MCH 27 MLW DNQ KAN KEN 24 MEM IRP NSH 35 BRI

37th 1039

Justin Hobgood

RCH 23 NHA LVS MAR ATL DNQ TEX DNQ PHO 20 HOM 35

2006 Ted Musgrave DAY 3 CAL 3 ATL 4 MAR 2 GTY 2 CLT 4 MFD 16 DOV 18 TEX 7 MCH 23 MLW 24 KAN 22 KEN 6 MEM 19 IRP 8 NSH 4 BRI 3 NHA 31 LVS 2 TAL 3 MAR 15* ATL 24 TEX 11 PHO 19 HOM 33 7th 3314

2007 DAY 9 CAL 5 ATL 8 MAR 5 KAN 12 CLT 5 MFD 8 DOV 20 TEX 9 MCH 5 MLW 34

KEN 3 IRP 12 NSH 8 BRI 27 GTW 3 NHA 7 LVS 15 TAL 25 MAR 8 ATL 9 TEX 1 PHO 11 HOM 18 7th 3303

Brad Keselowski

MEM 16

2008 Justin Marks DAY 8 CAL 33 ATL 14 MAR 20 KAN 11 CLT 32 MFD 18 DOV 16 TEX 14 MCH 13 MLW 25 MEM 24 KEN 31 IRP 30 NSH 20 BRI 22 GTW 27

LVS 29

24th 2485

David Reutimann

NHA 13

Mike Wallace

TAL 5

Sean Caisse

MAR 36

Chrissy Wallace

ATL 25

HOM 31

Paul Tracy

TEX 20

Michael Annett

PHO 18

2009 Max Papis DAY CAL 10 ATL 20 MAR 13 KAN CLT DOV 16 TEX MCH MLW MEM KEN IRP NSH BRI 28 CHI IOW GTW NHA 22 LVS 18 MAR 21 TAL 22 TEX PHO HOM 31st 958

2010 DAY 21 ATL MAR 8 NSH KAN DOV 29 CLT TEX MCH IOW GTY 15 IRP POC NSH DAR BRI 14 CHI KEN NHA

TAL 27 TEX 23

HOM 18 33rd 1087

Justin Hobgood

LVS 35

B.J. McLeod

MAR 17

Tom Hessert III

PHO 31

2011 Max Papis DAY 12 PHO 15 DAR 18 MAR 10 NSH 23 DOV 13 CLT 25 KAN 22 TEX 15 KEN 11 IOW 20 NSH 27 IRP 18 POC 11 MCH 19 BRI 26 ATL 14 CHI 18 NHA 20 KEN 28 LVS 29 TAL 10 MAR 18 TEX 14 HOM 21 21st 643

Truck No. 30 history[edit]

Todd Bodine
Todd Bodine
(right) racing fellow Truck Series champion Mike Skinner in 2007.

Germain debuted with this truck in 2004 at the Kroger 200, where Todd Bodine finished fourth after starting third in the No. 30 truck. Bodine won two races that year Fontana and Texas, before missing the field at the Ford 200. Bodine left for Fiddleback Racing in 2005, and was replaced by Chad Chaffin. Chaffin recorded four top tens with the team before he left to join upstart team Wyler Racing
Wyler Racing
after Michigan. Bodine would return to the team after Fiddleback Racing shut down. The Bodine-Germain combination would win five races together, ending up with a third-place points finish. Lumber Liquidators
Lumber Liquidators
became the team's new primary sponsor in 2006, and Bodine and crew would take home 3 victories along with the Truck championship. In the 2007 season, Bodine won at Texas and Talladega and finished fourth in points. He won an additional three races in 2008 and moved up to third in points. Lumber Liquidators
Lumber Liquidators
left the team after 2008, but Bodine still won the first race of the season in 2009. Copart and Ventrilo
Ventrilo
sponsored the team for most of the season, and Bodine finished 4th in points. GEICO
GEICO
sponsored the truck for the first race at Daytona, but the team ran without sponsorship for most of the season. Bodine won his second championship in 2010. Bodine and the No. 30 team ran the first ten races of the season before parking the truck due to lack of sponsorship. Bodine ran the No. 5 truck due to a new partnership between Germain Racing
Germain Racing
and Randy Moss Motorsports. In 2012, Germain Racing
Germain Racing
shut down its truck operations due to a lack of sponsorship. Bodine moved to Red Horse Racing, while Germain sold its Truck Series equipment to former manager Mike Hillman Sr., who started his own race team. Truck No. 30 results[edit]

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 Owners Pts

2004 Todd Bodine 30 Toyota DAY ATL MAR MFD CLT DOV TEX MEM MLW KAN KEN GTY MCH IRP NSH BRI RCH 4 NHA 34 LVS 2 CAL 1 TEX 1* MAR 7 PHO 29 DAR 20 HOM DNQ 34th 1136

2005 Chad Chaffin DAY 21 CAL 28 ATL 7 MAR 5 GTY 9 MFD 32 CLT 30 DOV 23 TEX 23 MCH 7

3rd 3411

Todd Bodine

MLW 34 KAN 1* KEN 2 MEM 23 IRP 15 NSH 3 BRI 2 RCH 2 NHA 22 LVS 1* MAR 10 ATL 2 TEX 1 PHO 1 HOM 1*

2006 DAY 2 CAL 2 ATL 1 MAR 12 GTY 1* CLT 3 MFD 15 DOV 3 TEX 1 MCH 4 MLW 20 KAN 7 KEN 10 MEM 15 IRP 7 NSH 8 BRI 2 NHA 4 LVS 12 TAL 4 MAR 14 ATL 25 TEX 14 PHO 4 HOM 21 1st 3666

2007 DAY 5 CAL 7 ATL 2 MAR 2 KAN 7 CLT 3 MFD 31 DOV 11 TEX 1 MCH 7 MLW 3 MEM 8 KEN 11 IRP 6 NSH 5 BRI 24 GTY 4 NHA 4 LVS 28 TAL 1* MAR 20 ATL 24 TEX 16 PHO 6 HOM 14 4th 3525

2008 DAY 1* CAL 2 ATL 9 MAR 12 KAN 23 CLT 12 MFD 3 DOV 29 TEX 5 MCH 4 MLW 5 MEM 14 KEN 27 IRP 22 NSH 3* BRI 2 GTY 4 NHA 19 LVS 9 TAL 1 MAR 5 ATL 4 TEX 4 PHO 3 HOM 1 4th 3621

2009 DAY 1* CAL 2 ATL 3 MAR 18 KAN 21 CLT 25 DOV 18 TEX 1 MCH 13 MLW 4 MEM 10 KEN 16* IRP 18 NSH 13 BRI 32 CHI 2 IOW 19 GTY 18 NHA 24 LVS 4 MAR 2 TAL 3 TEX 4 PHO 12 HOM 5 6th 3432

2010 DAY 2* ATL 5 MAR 30 NSH 5 KAN 3 DOV 5 CLT 2 TEX 1* MCH 2* IOW 17 GTY 4 IRP 7 POC 12 NSH 1* DAR 1* BRI 6 CHI 2 KEN 1 NHA 9 LVS 4 MAR 3* TAL 18 TEX 4 PHO 12 HOM 4 1st 3937

2011 DAY 23 PHO 14 DAR 3 MAR 14 NSH 19 DOV 27 CLT 27 KAN 3 TEX 31 KEN 4 IOW NSH IRP POC MCH BRI ATL CHI NHA KEN LVS TAL MAR TEX HOM 29th 277

Truck No. 62 history[edit] The No. 62 truck ran only in 2011, as a full-time team with Brendan Gaughan driving the Toyota Tundra
Toyota Tundra
with sponsorship from South Point Hotel, Casino & Spa. Gaughan left for Richard Childress Racing taking his sponsorship with him after Germain shut down their truck teams. Truck No. 62 results[edit]

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 Owners Pts

2011 Brendan Gaughan 62 Toyota DAY 27 PHO 17 DAR 25 MAR 9 NSH 17 DOV 7 CLT 30 KAN 7 TEX 14 KEN 3 IOW 16 NSH 13 IRP 16 POC 22 MCH 8 BRI 20 ATL 18 CHI 14 NHA 12 KEN 19 LVS 9 TAL 8 MAR 9 TEX 31 HOM 20 14th 713

Truck No. 77 history[edit] The No. 77 truck was started off as the No. 03 truck. The No. 03 truck debuted in 2007 at Lowe's Motor Speedway
Lowe's Motor Speedway
with Justin Hobgood racing. He qualified eighth, but finished last after an early wreck. The next race for the team came at New Hampshire International Speedway, but Sean Caisse did not qualify for the race. The following month, Justin Marks made his Truck Series debut at the Easy Care Vehicle Service Contracts 200, with voodoo ride sponsoring, finishing 22nd. Marks ran the final three races of the season, posting a best finish of eighth place at the Ford 200. In 2008, the No. 03 truck again ran part-time, with Chrissy Wallace driving for four races, with her best finish being 18th in her debut at Martinsville Speedway. Dustin Skinner drove one race later in the season at Martinsville, but wrecked and finished 34th. Chrissy Wallace was supposed to drive the No. 03 full-time in 2009, but failure to obtain sponsorship negated those plans, and the No. 03 shut down operations. Truck No. 03 results[edit]

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 Owners Pts

2007 Justin Hobgood 03 Toyota DAY CAL ATL MAR KAN CLT 36 MFD DOV TEX MCH MLW MEM KEN IRP NSH BRI GTW

36th 588

Sean Caisse

NHA DNQ LVS

Mike Wallace

TAL 17 MAR

Justin Marks

ATL 22 TEX 23 PHO 25 HOM 8

2008 Chrissy Wallace DAY CAL ATL MAR 18 KAN CLT MFD DOV TEX MCH MLW 20 MEM KEN 33 IRP NSH BRI GTW 19 NHA LVS TAL

39th 382

Dustin Skinner

MAR 34 ATL TEX PHO HOM

In 2010, Germain Racing
Germain Racing
ran the No. 77 truck part-time with many drivers. Miguel Paludo
Miguel Paludo
was the first to drive in 2010, qualifying for the second races at Bristol and Kentucky with sponsorship from Stemco/Duroline. Paludo finished 9th and 20th respectively. Next in the seat of the No. 77 was Jason Bowles
Jason Bowles
who drove unsponsored at Las Vegas, bringing home a 16th-place finish. Tom Hessert III drove the truck at Homestead with sponsorship from Cherry Hill Classic Cars. He finished 29th. The No. 77 began the 2011 season as a full-time team driven by ARCA Champion Justin Lofton. However, Lofton and Germain parted ways after Texas, with Lofton taking his sponsorship to Eddie Sharp Racing. The No. 77 was shut down following Lofton's departure. Truck No. 77 results[edit]

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 Owners Pts

2010 Miguel Paludo 77 Toyota DAY ATL MAR NSH KAN DOV CLT TEX MCH IOW GTY IRP POC NSH DAR BRI 9 CHI KEN 20 NHA

44th 432

Jason Bowles

LVS 16 MAR TAL TEX PHO

Tom Hessert III

HOM 29

2011 Justin Lofton DAY 18 PHO 30 DAR 13 MAR 32 NSH 16 DOV 25 CLT 13 KAN 19 TEX 10 KEN IOW NSH IRP POC MCH BRI ATL CHI NHA KEN LVS TAL MAR TEX HOM 31st 221

References[edit]

^ a b Toyota
Toyota
(August 23, 2004). "Germain/Arnold Racing enters series' final races". Naples, Florida: motorsport.com. Retrieved 22 August 2015.  ^ a b Spencer, Lee (2013-10-02). " Germain Racing
Germain Racing
leaving Ford for GM". Fox Sports. Retrieved 2013-10-02.  ^ a b Bob Pockrass (2008-10-27). "Max Papis, Germain Racing
Germain Racing
to align with Michael Waltrip Racing". SceneDaily.com. Retrieved 2010-02-11.  ^ Germain Racing
Germain Racing
plans to keep Nationwide Truck teams as it begins Cup effort ^ Max Papis, Michael McDowell race their way into Daytona 500 ^ Jayski's® NASCAR Silly Season Site - #13 Team News ^ Gluck, Jeff (November 28, 2016). " Ty Dillon
Ty Dillon
replaces Casey Mears
Casey Mears
at Germain Racing". USA Today. Retrieved November 28, 2016. 

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Beard Motorsports Chip Ganassi Racing Germain Racing Hendrick Motorsports JTG Daugherty Racing Leavine Family Racing Premium Motorsports Richard Childress Racing Richard Petty Motorsports Rick Ware Racing StarCom Racing The Motorsports Group TriStar Motorsports

Xfinity Series
Xfinity Series
teams ( Chevrolet
Chevrolet
Camaro)

B. J. McLeod Motorsports Brandonbilt Motorsports Chip Ganassi Racing Chris Cockrum Racing DGM Racing GMS Racing Go Green Racing JD Motorsports Jeremy Clements Racing Jimmy Means Racing JR Motorsports Kaulig Racing Mike Harmon Racing Richard Childress Racing RSS Racing Shepherd Racing Ventures SS-Green Light Racing

Camping World Truck Series
Camping World Truck Series
teams ( Chevrolet
Chevrolet
Silverado)

Beaver Motorsports Bolen Motorsports Bobby Gerhart Racing Brandonbilt Motorsports Copp Motorsports Clay Greenfield Motorsports Faith Motorsports FDNY Racing Glenden Enterprises GMS Racing Halmar Friesen Racing Henderson Motorsports Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing Jordan Anderson Racing MB Motorsports MDM Motorsports Mike Harmon Racing NEMCO Motorsports Niece Motorsports Norm Benning Racing Premium Motorsports Reaume Brothers Racing Rick Ware Racing TJL Motorsports Young's Motorsports

Engine builders

Hendrick Motorsports ECR Engines Pro Motor Engines Clements Racing Engines The

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