98 at Bristol Motor Speedway, bringing Busch sponsorship, starting 28th and finishing 29th. 43 next ran at the Milwaukee Mile with Jay and Johnny's father Jim Sauter driving a Curb Records Chevy, finishing 13th. Shane Hall was hired to drive and Central Tractor signed on to sponsor the full season. The team fielded No. In 1988, the No. 43 for the only time in 2007 for Bobby East at Memphis with sponsorship from Kick Butt Energy Ballz. 43 Curb entry did not appear during the 2008 season. Mike Curb's repressive stance towards artists and his sharky dealings with other labels is a given amongst the informed country music community, with his latest ploy being the release of a duets album from Tim McGraw two weeks before the former Curb artist is slated to make his debut on Big Machine Records. 43 suffered three mechanical failures. Reeves finished 7th at Bristol in August, but had no other top-10s. 43 began running Chevrolets full-time. The following week at Daytona was the first Nationwide Series race using the Car of Tomorrow platform. Johnny Sauter then returned at Indianapolis Raceway Park with Curb Record again on the truck, qualifying 6th and finishing 2nd to Chad Chaffin. Chase Mattioli ran the season finale at Homestead in the No. 88 for Matt Crafton, the No. 2004 Johnny Sauter, Runner up @ Indianapolis Raceway Park. The Roush partnership dissolved at the same time Lagasse left the team, forcing Curb to lease the No. 43 shut down and the No. Pimm did not finish any of those races, and only managed a best finish of 27th. Mike Curb next to his late model stock car. Baker began the season as the team's primary driver, running 5 of the first 6 races, with Greg Biffle running at Atlanta bringing Cub Cadet sponsorship. 1987 Ed Pimm Skoal (Mike Curb) March / Cosworth. 43 at the spring Nashville race, with sponsorship from music artist Jo Dee Messina, and Shelby Howard ran the fall Kansas race with Dr. Pepper. The car was split over the final eight races by East, John Graham, Casey Atwood, and Brad Baker. The team shut down following the season. 27 in the first race for Baker-Curb, at California Speedway, finishing 17th. 27 running Roush Fords split between Greg Biffle and Scott Wimmer with sponsorship from Red Man Tobacco (whose parent company Swedish Match had sponsored Brewco Motorsports with their Red Man and Timber Wolf brands from 1996-2004). Mike Curb and Curb Records made their 200th Sprint Cup start with Josh Wise and Phil Parsons at the Auto Club Speedway near Los Angeles where Mike Curb grew up. The team was owned from 1996 until 2007 by Clarence … The record book says Curb’s race team took … But when you think Mike Curb and racing, you generally think Richard Petty and the ’84 Firecracker 400. 27 Ford as part of one-race deals; the drivers were Lofton, Sauter, Kelly Bires, Nelson Piquet, Jr., Drew Herring, Josh Wise, and Danny O'Quinn, Jr.. Andrew Ranger then ran the No. 27 Ford with CollegeComplete.com sponsoring, finishing 33rd. ROSEVILLE, Calif. — Mike Curb’s name is commonplace in many forms of auto racing — from sprint cars to Indy cars and at various levels of NASCAR. The following week at Daytona saw the debut of the Nationwide Series Car of Tomorrow platform. The No. The team returned to NASCAR running the Busch Series with the No. Following the shutdown of the Baker-Curb's No. 1986 Dale Jarrett and team with Curb Records NASCAR/Busch car - Top 5 Busch Grand National standings. Following the season, team co-owners Andretti and Laird left the team to form Andretti-Laird Motorsports, taking the No. Click on the number of Races to see individual races for that year. 43 with him from Petty Enterprises. The best 2008 finish for the team in 19 attempts was 18th with Lamar at Nashville. 43 in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series. The team ran unsponsored at Watkins Glen, while USPS returned to the car at Homestead. Jay Sauter's brother Johnny ran 17 races in Chevrolets with Channellock sponsorship. His involvement in racing can be traced back more than 40 years — covering a vast background in motorsports, with championships in various forms of racing and at multiple levels. Dale won his first NASCAR race in 1986 at Orange Speedway, where he led every single lap in the only perfect race. Drew Herring then failed to qualify an unsponsored Ford the next week at Bristol. However the car had two mechanical failures and Reeves did not finish better than 30th. 43 at the spring Texas race with Josh Wise driving a car sponsored by Scott Products and county singer Star de Alzan, however Wise failed to qualify. At Darlington Raceway, the team's then-current Busch Series driver Josh Richeson ran a Curb Records Ford. The team was forced to run only one car at Road America, leasing the No. Big A Auto Parts signed on for the full 30 race season. The team continued to run part-time in 2003. The No. Curb also had numerous business partners affiliated with his NASCAR operations, including Gary Baker, Cary Agajanian, John Andretti, and Donald Laird. 27 Ford in most of the races, with USPS, Federated Auto Parts, and Carino's Italian Grill filling out the schedule. The No. 43 Pontiac switched to No. 98 and reduced to part-time, and Ron Bouchard became Curb's new driver. Sauter was also running the No. Noffsinger had previously driven for Curb in the Cup series; he entered six races and made five, however the No. Curb Racing switched back to the No. The team returned for one race with Josh Wise in a Dodge COT at Charlotte with sponsorship from Ingersoll Rand. 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RIBBS/ WHITNEY GANZ, MICHAEL CHANDLER/ AL UNSER, JR/ DENNIS AASE, CHRIS CORD/ STEVE MILLEN (Overall Top 10). 27 team was sold to Canadian businessman Steve Meehan's No. 33 likes. The No. Dylan Kwasniewski and Mike Curb receiving the 2013 NASCAR K&N East Championship trophy 37 began 2008 running Fords out of the team's new shop, but had no sponsor. The No. In 2010, the Baker-Curb No. 43 began the 2007 season inactive. 43 began the season without a full-time sponsor, however the car started the season with Aaron Fike driving full-time with race-to-race sponsorships. 98 ran 18 races, Bouchard ran 17 and had top-ten finishes at the Daytona 500 and Winston 500, but struggled with engine problems during the second half of the season. (Data may be incomplete) Long before Dale Earnhardt drove the black and white No. Bouchard also ran a Buick at Rockingham Speedway. Wise finished 18th in the last race for the Curb No. 27 Ford became the only entry for Baker-Curb. At the fall Charlotte race, Curb leased the number 43 to Richard Petty Motorsports for driver Kasey Kahne. Indy Car Racing Indy Cars Indy Cars Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. The team fielded cars for several notable NASCAR drivers, including Richard Petty, Dale Jarrett, Jimmie Johnson, and Greg Biffle. The team ran Dodges in partnership with Carroll Racing for Grubb and Howard. 42 Pontiac, finishing 32nd after an engine failure. In 1985, Curb fielded a second car at the Atlanta Motor Speedway. The No. Mike is pictured with long-time Crew Cheif Buddy Parrott who lead the team at Richard Petty's Historic 200th win at Daytona with President Ronald Reagan in attendance. At Daytona, J.R. Fitzpatrick and his sponsor Schick came aboard to run the No. Curb shut down the No. Buddy Parrott was the crew chief. Fike and the No. 27 as a Dodge for one race, running a car out of his own race shop (Dodge Dealers of Quebec was his sponsor, thus requiring him to drive Dodge equipment). At the second race of the season at Rockingham, the team switched to running Evernham Dodges and signed Aaron Fike as the driver. Bobby East drove the No. It was the only time Curb would field two cars in a Cup Series race. After initially intending to shut down for 2011, Baker-Curb instead decided to run the No. Petty returned in 1985, with new crew chief Mike Beam. 43 in 1998. Bill Davis (in 2005) and Gene Haas (in 2014) have since joined this club. Chase Austin drove with Walgreens at Michigan, but blew an engine and finished 35th. For the next seven races, seven different drivers ran the No. 27 in 2008 was 9th with Coleman at Las Vegas. Starting at Dover, Keller took over the No. 27 for the final seven races of the year, in preparation for a full-time run in 2009. Curb also had numerous business partners affiliated with his NASCAR operations, including Gary Baker, Cary Agajanian, John Andretti, and Donald Laird. For the 2009 season, Kimberly-Clark products returned to sponsor 34 of 36 races in the No. Petty posted 13 top-10 finishes, but had only one top-5 and posted 12 DNFs. [9] Brad Baker drove an unsponsored entry at Atlanta, finishing 26th. The team switched to Buick, and Ed Pimm entered four races; missing the Daytona 500 in an unsponsored ride, but making the three remaining attempts: at Talladega in an unsponsored entry, Daytona in July with sponsor CP-1 Oil Boosters, and the season finale at Atlanta with Sonoco, which also signed on to be the car's sponsor the following year. Mike Curb was born on December 24, 1944 in Savannah, Georgia, USA. 98 Chevrolet as a start and park entry with Johnny Sauter driving in two late summer races. The team's final appearance of 2004 was at the season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway, where Tim Schendel ran the No. In 1986, Petty and STP left Curb to rejoin Petty Enterprises. 37 Ford returned for the final two races of the 2009 season as a start and park entry. The team ran Fords in all but three races, running Chevrolets at Atlanta, Las Vegas and Richmond. Ned Jarrett, President Ronald Reagan, Richard Petty and Mike Curb celebrate Petty's 200th victory at Daytona 1980 Dale Earnhardt with Curb NASCAR championship car Lee Brice performed at the NASCAR Sprint Cup race in Daytona on July 4, 2014 and the Curb Records car was named for Lee. Both Johnny and his brother Jay Sauter had formerly driven for Curb in the Busch Series. In 2005, the No. Clabber Girl left the team after the season. 2 to his first NASCAR championship thanks in large part to Mike Curb. Curb Michael. Curb Racing returned to NASCAR after an 8-year hiatus in 1996 with a NASCAR Busch Series entry for 21 races. 43 with him, thus Curb switched to No. After skipping Watkins Glen, the No. Baker-Curb also inherited the No. 43 returned and began the season running Roush Fords full-time. 27 at Michigan, with Burney Lamar running at Bristol. 43 Chevrolet was taken over by Quality Farm & Country. The team continued running out of Brewco's shop for the remainder of 2007, and inherited a relationship with Roush-Fenway Racing to run Fords. In 1999, the team returned to full-time. The team then downscaled to part-time, with road racing experts P. J. Jones and Chris Cook attempting a four races each, all of them on ovals except for Cook's start at Watkins Glen. In 2010, the season began with the No. The following week at Montreal, Justin Marks drove a Ford with Future Electronics but broke the rear end gear in the first corner of the first lap, finishing last. In 2004, the team ran a part-time No. 43 at Watkins Glen, however the engine overheated early in the event. 98 RCR-prepared Chevrolet. In 2008, the team moved into its own shop, and Brad Coleman was named the driver for the full-season. Hall had a DNQ at the season opener at Daytona, had a fourth-place finish at Myrtle Beach Speedway, and finished 24th in points, but had 6 additional DNQs. Curb en 1972. The team fielded cars for several notable NASCAR drivers, including Richard Petty, Dale Jarrett, Jimmie Johnson, and Greg Biffle. Reeves began with a DNQ at the season opener at Daytona, got his best finish of the season the next week at Rockingham, 15th, but had five more DNQs. [6][7][8] However, the deal fell apart after Cobb destroyed the car in a crash during her first race with Baker-Curb at Daytona, an accident that also took out Baker-Curb's other entry, the No. (NASCAR Photo) Keith Waltz. 96 team switched to No. The No. The team's best finish was 4th at the season opener at Daytona. 37 in Baker-Curb's first race at California Speedway in Fontana, finishing 24th. Fike sat 29th in points after 12 races when he failed to qualify at Charlotte and was fired. 43 to run Chevrolets at the COT races. 27 sponsored by K1 Speed to a top-5 finish. 27 entry would continue to be sponsored by Kimberly-Clark's Kleenex brand, who had sponsored the car since 2004, and had also sponsored Curb's No. The No. 98 at Michigan and Bristol. Noffsinger was replaced by Kevin Grubb at Gateway, however Grubb crashed out of the race and was fired. Johnny Chapman drove an unsponsored car at Daytona, but was taken out in the early laps by Curb's other entry, the No. It is owned by record executive Mike Curb and racing personality Cary Agajanian; son of the late J. C. Agajanian, an early California race promoter and race car owner. After his runner-up finish, Sauter secured sponsorship from Co-Pilot for Richmond, finishing 11th in a Chevy. The team's best finish in 2005 was 14th at Charlotte with Aaron Fike in a Ford. For 1997, Reeves returned to the No. Mike Curb is pictured with RC Enerson, Jack Harvey, Scott Anderson and Ethan Ringel. The team's best 2007 finish in 9 attempts was a 14th-place finish at Dover by Atwood. 43 did not finish better than 29th. 43 after Atlanta in September. David Gilliland drove the No. Ollie's continued to sponsor the team, which remained part-time. Brad Noffsinger attempted the fall race at Riverside, but failed to qualify. 43 points to Rick Ware Racing at Road America. Sadler made three of the four races (including both with sponsorship), but the No. Michael "Mike" Curb (born December 24, 1944, Savannah, Georgia, United States) is an American musician, record company executive, and NASCAR car owner. Curb Racing is a former NASCAR team competing mainly in the Sprint Cup Series and Xfinity Series from 1984–2011. Coleman made each of the first 24 races, and was 16th in points, but had only two top-10 finishes. 98 failed to finish 7 additional times. 98 for Grant Enfinger, and the No. 27 in 2010 was 2nd with Biffle in a Ford, at Fontana and Richmond in the spring. Kimberly-Clark's Kleenex brand also came on as a sponsor. Sauter and Quality Farm returned in 2001. Membre du Parti républicain , il est le 42 e lieutenant-gouverneur de Californie , en fonction de 1979 à 1983, durant le mandat du gouverneur démocrate Jerry Brown . Hornaday would grab a top-5 at Phoenix. Sauter nabbed eight top-tens and finished seventeenth in points, despite missing the spring Las Vegas race. But Hank3 and Tim McGraw are just the tip of the iceberg. Based in Nashville, Tennessee, it is owned by Gary Baker, former owner of Bristol Motor Speedway and Nashville Superspeedway, and record executive Mike Curb. Noffsinger finished 38th in points, Sunoco left the team, and the team shut down.[1]. Parsons qualified fifth but ran into trouble and finished 34th. Noffsinger failed to qualify for 8 races, while the No. Chairs of the National Lieutenant Governor's Association, Film & TV Songs Written and Produced by Mike Curb, Billboard Charted Songs written by Mike Curb, RIAA Certified Singles & Albums/Music Videos, Songs Recorded by The Mike Curb Congregation, Songs Charted by The Mike Curb Congregation, Curb Music and Motorsports Education and Research Institute, Children's Theater at The Nashville Library, The Curb Classroom at Vanderbilt Children's Hospital, Curb-Keller Dormitory at Neve Yerushalayim University in Jerusalem, Curb Golf Classic - American Heart Association, Curb Family Music Center at Harpeth Hall School, Grammy Gallery at the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum, The McCain Institute for International Leadership, Curb Creative Enterprise and Cultural Leadership Program, Curb Learning Lab for Music & Entertainment Marketing, Mike Curb Music Business, Entertainment & Sports Institute, Mike Curb College of Arts Media & Communication, Mike Curb College of Music, Entertainment and Art, Charles M. Curb School of Emergency Services, Mike Curb Music and Technology Lab at the Evelyn and Mo Ostin Music Center, National Research for Creativity & the Arts, Curb Family Music Education Hall at the Nashville Symphony, Linda & Mike Curb Institute for Advanced Medical Education at St. Thomas, C.M. 43 driven by Johnny Chapman. Brewco's two full-time Busch Series teams, the No. 37 team shut down after Daytona due to lack of funding. After the race at Watkins Glen, Coleman received an offer to drive for Hall of Fame Racing in the Sprint Cup Series, and left Baker-Curb as a result. The team was owned by Mike Curb, CEO of Curb Records and 45th Lieutenant Governor of California. From Grass Valley, Calif., Sweet wrapped up his second straight World of Outlaws title on the strength of eight wins in 54 feature starts for Kasey Kahne Racing with Mike Curb. Due to a lack of sponsorship, the No. 43 entry in four races in 2005 (with Brewco's driver Aaron Fike). 98. Team profile for Mike Curb Racing, including a comprehensive list of race entries for Mike Curb Racing. Baker-Curb Racing took over the team's entries the same weekend, taking over for the final nine races of the season. But a few years before the two joined forces, Curb was part of Dale Earnhardt’s … 27 team would partner with Jennifer Jo Cobb, who brought sponsorship from Driver Boutique. The best finish for the No. Kevin Hamlin drove an unsponsored car at both Phoenix and Homestead. Curb and Gary Baker later bought Clarence Brewer's Ford team before the September Fontana race. Mike Curb, Soundtrack: Inglourious Basterds. Michael Curb, dit Mike Curb est un compositeur, producteur de cinéma et homme politique américain, né le 24 décembre 1944 à Savannah . 21 for Richard Childress Racing, combining for a full season. Sponsorship of the No. Curb also co-produced the tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. entitled "I Have A Dream" by Solomon Burke with The Mike Curb Congregation and "Candy Man", the Billboard #1 record by Sammy Davis Jr. with the Mike Curb Congregation and "God Bless The USA" by Lee Greenwood with The Fisk Jubilee Singers and the Grammy-winning performance of "Natural Man" by Lou Rawls with the Mike Curb Congregation. In 2001, Phil Parsons ran a No. Petty took the No. Fitzpatrick returned to drive at Fontana, finishing 20th, with Schick again sponsoring. Baker-Curb Racing subsequently suspended operations, and three weeks later shut down. The team was owned by Mike Curb, CEO of Curb Records and 45th Lieutenant Governor of California. ThorSport Racing is an American professional stock car racing team that currently competes in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.The team is based in Sandusky, Ohio.Owned by Duke Thorson and his wife Rhonda, it currently fields four full-time teams: the No. 97 Morton Salt Chevrolet in the Busch Grand National race at Kentucky Speedway. ... Curb also became involved in auto racing. Rookie Jay Sauter replaced Hall in 2000. 27 Ford with Jason Keller running full-time. The No. Lamar then returned for the next 7 races, running 6 as a start and park entry, with Biffle's foundation funding a full race effort at Nashville. Jones made each of the fields he attempted to qualify for, while Cook made three of the four, missing the race at Richmond. Justin Marks and J. J. Yeley started and parked the next three races due to lack of sponsorship. He has continued to keep a partial ownership as of 2019. http://www.racing-reference.info/owner/Mike_Curb, http://www.nascar.com/2010/news/headlines/bg/01/09/gbiffle.baker.curb/index.html, "Ending an era: Tobacco sponsorship in NASCAR", "Tobacco era in NASCAR ends as new FDA rules take effect", "Cobb to Team with Baker-Curb Racing for 4 Nationwide Races Starting at Daytona", "Jennifer Jo Cobb climbs points ladder to history", http://www.racing-reference.info/rquery?id=bakerga01&trk=t0&series=B&o=1, Roush Fenway Racing in the NASCAR Cup Series, Roush Fenway Racing in the Xfinity Series, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Curb_Racing&oldid=1001257000, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 18 January 2021, at 22:31. After the Cup Series team shut down in 1988, Curb suspended operations until 1996. Pictured are Curb CEO Jim Ed Norman, Lee Brice, Driver Josh Wise, Mike Curb and Phil Parsons We build our cars on the side of the road hoping to get somewhere with them. The truck debuted at the Martinsville with Johnny Sauter failing to qualify a Curb Record Chevrolet. The team entered 4 of the first 10 races, with Reeves making all four. 3, he drove a blue and yellow No. Future seven-time NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Jimmie Johnson drove the season finale at Homestead. 37's sponsor Kick-Butt Energy Ballz. Grubb also returned to the No. Currently, it fields the #27 Kleenex Ford driven by Brad Coleman. In 2006, the team returned to running Evernham Dodges. Kimberly-Clark brands again returned to sponsor the No. Songwriter and record producer Mike Curb is giving Daytona State College another sizable chunk, $750,000, in exchange for naming rights. 43 Chevrolet at Daytona with Ollie's Bargain Outlets sponsoring. IMSA GTU Winner at Daytona, Riverside, Miami, Laguna Seca, Pocono & Charlotte, IMSA GTO Winner at Watkins Glen, Laguna Seca, Road Atlanta, Portland and Del Mar. 43 entered 12 races in 1998, all of them without a sponsor, qualifying for 11 and posting a best finish of 27th at the Dover spring race. Mike Curb received a partial ownership in Thorsport Racing's No. Cobb would provide the COT and in return she would drive and provided the crew chief. CURB RACING: Last Applicant/Owner: Curb, Mike 48 Music Square East Nashville, TN 37203 : Serial Number: 77691046: Filing Date: March 13, 2009: Registration Number: 4432702: Registration Date: November 12, 2013: Status: Section 8 & 15-Accepted And Acknowledged: Status Date: October 12, 2019: Case File Details: Attorney Name: Joseph L. Serling: Correspondent: Joseph L. Serling Serling … Following the sale of his Busch/Nationwide Series operation in 2011, Curb partnered with Richard Childress Racing, with Curb sponsoring and being listed as owner for Austin Dillon's No. After not fielding an entry throughout most of 2007, Curb and Gary Baker purchased Brewco Motorsports prior to the fall Fontana race. Tracy Hines and Kevin Conway ran one race a piece, while road course ringers Jose Luis Ramirez and Ron Fellows also made a start. 27, but Fitzpatrick crashed after 10 laps and finished 42nd. 43 in 2006 was at the July Daytona race, with P. J. Jones finishing 13th. Scott Lagasse, Jr. was the driver, operating with race-to-race sponsorships. 98 Buick returned to full time as Sunoco became the team's new sponsor. Pimm qualified for two out of the first three races of the season, but was replaced by rookie Brad Noffsinger. 37 Ford for the final nine races of the season. 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