In 2002, Scott Riggs was the Nascar Busch Series Rookie of the Year. It is now known as the Nationwide Series.
Jeff Gordon was the Nascar Busch Series Rookie of the Year in 1991. It is now known as the Nationwide Series.
Dale Earnhardt Sr's final race in the Nascar Busch Series was on October 8, 1994. It is now known as the Nationwide Series.
In the Nascar Cup Series, Kyle Busch won two races as a rookie in 2005. In the 2004 Busch Series, now known as the Nationwide Series, he won five races. Busch won the Rookie of the Year award in both series.
Goody's Dash Series - 2000 (current: ISCARS)Craftsman Truck Series - 2004 (current: Camping World)Busch Series - 2007 (current: Nationwide)Nextel Cup Series - 2007 (current: Sprint Cup)
Kurt Busch. He isn't reckless like Kyle and even though Kyle has matured ALOT he still doesn't have the experience of Kurt. Kurt Busch: Won First NEXTEL Cup (2004) Craftsman Truck Series rookie of the year (2000) Kyle Busch: 2009 Nationwide Series winner 2008 Southern 500 winner Overall Kurt is Better.
well the new busch stadium was built in 2006, the same year the St. Louis Cardinals won the World Series
2006, the year they won the World Series
Jeff Gordon ran his first Busch Series race (now known as the Nationwide Series) on October 20, 1990. His first Cup Series race was on November 15, 1992. Jeff started to race full time in the Cup Series in 1993.
In 2001, Kevin Harvick became the first and only driver to win both the Busch Series Championship and the Winston Cup Series Rookie of the Year Award in the same season.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. won seven Busch Series races and also won the Busch Series championship in 1998. Dale Jr. did not race in the Cup Series that year.
NO No, that has never happened.