Nascar drivers similar to or like Ernie Irvan

American former professional stock car racing driver. Wikipedia

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    American former stock car driver and current racing commentator, who raced from 1978 to 2014 in the former NASCAR Winston Cup and Sprint Cup Series (now called the NASCAR Cup Series). Older brother of 2000 Cup Series champion Bobby Labonte, and the father of former Nationwide Series driver Justin Labonte. Wikipedia

  • Darrell Waltrip

    American motorsports analyst, author, former national television broadcaster, and stock car driver. He raced from 1972 to 2000 in the former NASCAR Winston Cup Series (now called the NASCAR Cup Series), most notably driving the No. 17 Chevrolet for Hendrick Motorsports. Wikipedia

  • Morgan Shepherd

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  • Michael Waltrip

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  • Bill Elliott

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  • Sterling Marlin

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  • Chad Little

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  • Bobby Labonte

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  • Hendrick Motorsports

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  • Bobby Hillin Jr.

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  • Lake Speed

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  • Kenny Wallace

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  • Mike Wallace (racing driver)

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  • Derrike Cope

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  • Dave Marcis

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  • Jimmy Spencer

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  • Phil Parsons

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  • Bobby Hamilton

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  • Brett Bodine

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  • Jeff Gordon

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  • Harry Gant

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  • Rusty Wallace

    American former NASCAR racing driver. He has won the 1984 NASCAR Cup series Rookie of the Year and the 1989 NASCAR Winston Cup Championship. Wikipedia

  • Ted Musgrave

    American former stock car racing driver. Famous short-track racer in the Midwest who raced for over 25 years at Soldier Field, O'Hare, Waukegan, and Wilmot, Wisconsin before moving into asphalt late models in the American Speed Association and ARCA. Wikipedia

  • Todd Bodine

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  • Rich Bickle

    American professional stock car racing driver. Now retired from NASCAR racing, Bickle, who never completed a full season in the NASCAR Cup Series, had a long history in short track racing. Wikipedia

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  • In 1996, Ernie Irvan captured the win in the Cup race, making it one of the more emotional victories in NASCAR history.New Hampshire Motor Speedway-Wikipedia
  • The 1995 fall race weekend included the first NASCAR Supertruck race at the track and the return of Ernie Irvan to the Cup racing.North Wilkesboro Speedway-Wikipedia
  • On the final lap at Daytona, Spencer won his first career Cup race passing Ernie Irvan for his only scored lap lead.Jimmy Spencer-Wikipedia
  • The event's second segment saw numerous crashes, notably when Ernie Irvan wrecked coming to the yellow to end the second segment.NASCAR All-Star Race-Wikipedia
  • Three months later, he scored a hometown victory at the inaugural Brickyard 400, capitalizing on Ernie Irvan's tire going down late in the race.Jeff Gordon-Wikipedia
  • Young second-year driver Jeff Gordon took the lead late in the race after Ernie Irvan suffered a flat tire.Brickyard 400-Wikipedia

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