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American consultant for Hendrick Companies, formerly an auto racing crew chief for Bill Davis Racing and Hendrick Motorsports, owner of his own team Evernham Motorsports from 2001 to 2010, and analyst for ESPN's NASCAR coverage. Wikipedia
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- In July 2020, Stewart and former NASCAR crew chief Ray Evernham formed the Superstar Racing Experience (SRX), a stock car series that will begin in summer 2021.
- On April 15, 2015, it was announced that Ralph Sheheen and Ray Evernham would be part of the booth of the NBCSN telecasts of the Whelen Modified Tour and Whelen Southern Modified Tour.
- Rumors circulated around the garage that he had burned bridges with Roger Penske in order to sign a new deal with Ray Evernham's team.
- Ray Evernham was called in to work with Gordon in his stock car debut.
- Crew chief Chris Andrews was fined $35,000, and Mayfield and team owner Ray Evernham had 25 Drivers' and Owners' Championship points deducted.
- When Ray Evernham took possession of the number 9 from Melling, Elliott asked him for that number out of respect for his old team.
- In 2006, a national motorsports media group poll named Ray Evernham as the top NASCAR crew chief of all-time and Inman placed a close second even though he had more first place votes than Evernham.
- The No. 24 team started in 1999 with Gordon-Evernham Motorsports, owned by Jeff Gordon and crew chief Ray Evernham.
- Future crew chief and owner, Ray Evernham, lasted six weeks with Kulwicki in 1992.
- On August 6, 2007, Gillett bought a controlling interest of the NASCAR team Evernham Motorsports from founder Ray Evernham, thereby forming Gillett Evernham Motorsports.
- Gordon's crew chief Ray Evernham made the call for two tires while Wallace's crew chief made the call for four.
- He is voiced by the real-life Ray Evernham.
- Ray Evernham also opined on Hamlin, "I think Denny knows that he has the talent to win the championship. I think that he's got focus right now and a good, veteran crew chief in Mike Ford. If Toyota gives him the speed, he could be a threat."
- Ray Evernham found Foyt employment driving FitzBradshaw Racing's No. 14 car, but Foyt failed to qualify for his first race at Richmond International Raceway with the team and has not attempted a NASCAR race since.
- This race was also the last win for Ray Evernham as crew chief.
- The Ray Evernham-led "Rainbow Warriors" crew, which in later years would become famous for their pit stop efficiency, was nowhere near that level in this race and their errors caused Evernham to refer to them as the “Keystone Kops”.
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