Question: Who drove the Quaker State car in Nascar?

Ricky Rudd in Quaker State #26 Racing Car | Nascar race cars, Nascar cars, Nascar racing.

Who drove the 26 Quaker State car in NASCAR?

It came on April 22, 1990 at North Wilkesboro Speedway as Bodine, making his 80th career start, drove the No. 26 Quaker State Buick owned by NHRA legend Kenny Bernstein. Bodine led 146 of 400 laps and won over Darrell Waltrip and Dale Earnhardt, but not without some controversy.

Is Brett Bodine married?

Diana Bodine, wife of NASCAR driver Brett Bodine, has been charged with making terroristic threats and harassing phone calls to a Loganville woman her husband met through Hooters of America Incorporated, which sponsors his race car. The 43-year-old turned herself in to Walton County authorities yesterday.

Who is Kip Childress?

Kip Childress – Assistant Director, NASCAR Cup Series – NASCAR | LinkedIn.

What is Geoff Bodine doing now?

Geoff Bodine, who now lives in Melbourne, Fla., said he is devoting his time these days to his family, charity work, running his new Honda motorcycle dealership, and building the next generation of bobsleds for the U.S. Olympic team.

Did Tim Richmond use drugs?

In February of 1988, Richmond was suspended by NASCAR officials just before the Daytona 500 because a drug test reportedly showed he had used illegal substances. Eighteen months later, Richmond died from AIDS after having spent much of his last year in seclusion in southern Florida.

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