Jeff Gordon and Richard Petty both drove cars sponsored by Meineke.
Despite being a leading manufacturer of farm equipment and accessories, John Deere doesn't have a long history of sponsorship with NASCAR. The only driver who actually drove in a John Deere-sponsored car in NASCAR's premier series full time is Chad Little, who drove #23/97 from 1997-2000. Kurt Busch drove a few races in the #97 John Deere Ford at the end of the 2000 season.
This is the amount of drivers in each series who started at least one race during the 2013 NASCAR season:Sprint Cup: 78Nationwide: 128Camping World Truck: 117
Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. currently drives the #6 car in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series. Click on the link below to see other drivers who drove the #6.
It was #44 and UPS was his sponsor. That was just before his retirement when he drove a partial schedule in 2007-2008. He drove the #88 with UPS sponsorship from 2001-2006. Prior to 2001, it was the #88 Quality Care/Ford Credit car.
In 2013, Parker Kligerman drove the #77 car in the Nationwide Series, sponsored by Toyota and Bandit Chippers.
In 2010, Kasey Kahne drove the Budweiser car in the Nascar Cup Series.
In 1987, Terry Labonte drove the Budweiser car in the Nascar Cup Series.
Most current Nascar drivers with Miller sponsorship:Rusty Wallace (1990-2005)Kurt Busch (2006-2010)Brad Keselowski (2011-present)
In 1994, Bill Elliott drove the Budweiser car in the Nascar Cup Series.
In 1990, Terry Labonte drove the #1 car in the Nascar Winston Cup Series.