In 2012, Mark Martin is driving a part-time schedule in the Sprint Cup Series for Michael Waltrip Racing.
Cup Series - 40 winsNationwide Series (formerly known as the Busch Series) - 49 winsCamping World Truck Series (formerly known as the Craftsman Truck Series) - 7 wins
There's no minimum age. Most if not all NASCAR drivers started driving them when they were five.
2002: Pontiac Grand Prix2005: Chevrolet Monte Carlo2011: Chevrolet Impala
Over the years Ford, Dodge, Oldsmobile, and Pontiac have all pulled out at on time or another. I think that Chevy has always been there, they may have pulled out once in the mid to late sixties but I don't know that for sure. They are currently part of NASCAR. In fact, some of the biggest names in the sport today drive Chevys. Dale Earnhardt Jr, Jimmie Johnson, Jeff Gordon, Jeff Burton, Robby Gordon, Kevin Harvick, Tony Stewart, and many more. It has usually been the car maker of the NASCAR champion for the last 20 years or more. What made you think that Chevrolet got out of Nascar? Chevrolet and Ford are the dominant two, specifically Hendrick Motorsports for Chevy and Roush Racing for Ford. Now, you may have gotten Chevrolet confused with Pontiac, which is also owned by General Motors. They left the sport after the 2003 season.
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No. Currently, the #8 car is not being used in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. drives the #88 car for Hendrick Motorsports in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series.
In the Nascar Sprint Cup Series, Kyle Busch drives the #18 Mars, Inc./Interstate Batteries Toyota Camry.
Jeff Burton drives for Richard Childress Racing in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series.
No. Clint Bowyer drives the Cheerios car in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series.
To drive in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, you must be at least 18 years of age.
In 2013, Danica Patrick is driving for Stewart-Haas Racing in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series.
Mark Martin drives the 55 car:SPONSOR : Aaron's Dream MachineMANUFACTURER : ToyotaCAR OWNER : Bill JenkinsTEAM : Michael Waltrip RacingCREW CHIEF : Rodney Childers
Kevin Harvick is currently the driver for the number 29 car in the NASCAR Sprint Cup. He is leaving that team in 2014 to drive for Tony Stewart.
Matt Kenseth drives a Toyota Camry in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series.
Ryan Newman drives a Chevrolet SS for Stewart/Haas Racing in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series.
AARP's "Drive To End Hunger" / Axalta Coating Systems / Pepsi are sponsors for Jeff Gordon in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series.