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Jimmy Means Racing

Jimmy Means Racing
Jimmy Means Racing logo.jpg
Owner(s)Jimmy Means
BaseForest City, North Carolina
SeriesXfinity Series
Race drivers52. Harrison Rhodes, Gar Robinson, Brennan Poole (part-time)
Sponsors52. American Dream Leasing and Financing
ManufacturerChevrolet
Opened1978
Career
DebutCup Series:
1978 Daytona 500 (Daytona)
Xfinity Series:
2001 Aaron's 312 (Atlanta)
Latest raceCup Series:
2012 Quaker State 400 (Kentucky)
Xfinity Series:
2022 Call 811 Before You Dig 250 (Martinsville)
Races competed923
Drivers' Championships0
Race victories0
Pole positions0

Jimmy Means Racing is an American professional stock car racing team that competes in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, fielding the No. 52 Chevrolet Camaro part-time for Harrison Rhodes, Gar Robinson, and Brennan Poole. It is owned by former driver Jimmy Means, who was the team's primary driver upon the team's founding in 1978 as a Winston Cup team known as Means Racing.

History

Cup Series

After 44 starts driving for Bill Gray (and one for Rod Osterlund), Means made his debut as an owner in 1978 when he fielded the No. 52 Chevrolet. He had two top-tens and finished sixteenth in points. He expanded to a multi-car team briefly, fielding the No. 25 for Charlie Chamblee at Nashville, the No. 53 for Cecil Gordon at North Wilkesboro Speedway, and the No. 50 for Baxter Price at Texas World Speedway. His best years driving his car were from 1980 to 1983, when he finished no worse than 18th in the standings and had an average finish of 20th or better in all 4 seasons.

Means at Pocono in 1985

While remaining the primary driver of his car, in 1983, he stepped aside for Lennie Pond at Michigan International Speedway, who finished 22nd. In 1984, Means was injured and was replaced by Dale Jarrett, Sterling Marlin, Morgan Shepherd, Roy Smith and Bobby Wawak, and Means drove the No. 52 solely for the next six years. In 1991, Means gave up the No. 52 on two occasions; Bobby Hillin Jr. drove at Dover and Sears Point (finishing 19th and 21st), and Mike Wallace (finishing 31st and 39th) at Phoenix and Atlanta. In the early 1990s he frequently handed the wheel over to other drivers, including Hillin Jr, road racing ace Tommy Kendall; future IRL champion Scott Sharp; and future Craftsman Truck Series champ Mike Skinner. He also fielded occasional second entries for other drivers, including John McFadden, Mike Potter, and Brad Teague.

Means secured new sponsorship from NAPA for the 1993 season, but he was injured at Daytona. His temporary replacement was new NASCAR Rookie of the Year Jimmy Hensley. Means returned to finish 22nd at Atlanta. In what proved to be his final year as a driver, he was later 16th in the spring race at Bristol, 18th in Bristol's fall race, and 17th at Dover in September before his final race at Rockingham that fall. Besides Means' performances, the team's best result was 25th at Rockingham in February by Hensley. In 1994, the team's primary driver was Brad Teague, whose best finish in 8 starts was 22nd at Bristol in the summer. 4 other drivers competed once each in the No. 52 NAPA Ford in 1994. Mike Skinner finished 31st at Rockingham in February, Kirk Shelmerdine (former crew chief for Dale Earnhardt) was 26th at Talladega in May, Bob Keselowski was 41st at Pocono in June, and Gary Bradberry came home 30th in the season-ending Hooters 500 at Atlanta. In 1995, NAPA moved to the new NASCAR SuperTruck Series to sponsor Ron Hornaday Jr. and therefore did not return to sponsor Means Racing. The team picked up some sponsorship from Advance Communications/Race Page, but failed to qualify in all of their attempts with Bradberry, Teague, and Randy MacDonald sharing the car. The team attempted every race to start the year but then scaled back to part-time after the numerous DNQs, only running at the fall Darlington race with Teague, but again failing to make the field. The team closed down in 1996.

In 2012, the team announced that they would be returning to the Cup Series for the first time since 1995, fielding the No. 52 Toyota part-time for Scott Speed and Mike Skinner in a partnership with Dell Hamilton, running as Hamilton Means Racing.[1] After many problems acquiring equipment and preparing cars, Speed attempted Martinsville but didn't qualify. The team made their debut at Darlington. The team picked up some sponsorship from Crusader Staffing. Skinner started and parked the car in their first race after 20 laps. Skinner tried again at Kentucky but did not qualify. In 2013, Means sold his owner points to Brian Keselowski Motorsports.

Xfinity Series

Car No. 52 history

In 2001, Means Racing returned to NASCAR in the Busch Series with a partnership with Moy Racing. They began the season with Jason Rudd, who ran the first race for the team, and Brad Teague, who ran five races total for them that season, his best finish a 38th at Watkins Glen International. Gaylord also returned to run two races, both resulting in 42nd-place finishes. Kertus Davis, Ricky Sanders and Andy Kirby also drove for the team that year. In 2002, Teague drove eleven races for the team, his best finish 38th at Nazareth Speedway. Jimmy Kitchens, Phil Bonifield and Eric Jones drove part-time as well for the team that year. Teague made 11 starts for Means in 2003, with Donnie Neuenberger running an additional two races.

In 2004, Bruce Bechtel joined as another driver to the team. He made several attempts but only made one race, at Pikes Peak. Teague continued to run with the team, his best finish being a 26th at Bristol. The next season, Shane Hall was the team's original driver but was soon released. Eric McClure began running with the team, with a best finish of 30th at Texas Motor Speedway, but was released in favor of Neuenberger. At the Dover 200, Neuenberger flipped over the Plan B Technologies Ford Taurus on Lap 2. He was uninjured, but as that was the team's only car, the team did not run again for a year.

The No. 52 returned for the 2007 Orbitz 300 at Daytona but failed to qualify with Brad Teague at the wheel. Teague, Neuenberger, Kevin Lepage, Jamie Mosley and Ian Henderson had driven throughout the season, with Scott Gaylord driving at Montreal, Phoenix, and Watkins Glen. Chris Lawson attempted but did not qualify at Memphis. Neuenberger drove four races with Royal Farms' sponsorship.

Derrike Cope was the team's driver for the first part of 2008 season. At the Diamond Hill Plywood 200 at Darlington, Cope was replaced by Brad Teague. Teague finished 22nd, 4 laps down. Teague mostly drove the car in 2008, but Neuenberger sometimes raced with Lepage, Scott Gaylord, Tony Raines and Boris Said occasionally drove. The 2009 season in the nationwide series was up and down for Means racing, with very many drivers. They were a "start and park" operation and missed several races.

Ryan Ellis at Road America in 2012

For 2011, they returned to the Nationwide Series full-time in the No. 52 Chevy. Target Your Market Promotions and My 3 Sons Vending sponsored the team numerous times and continued to do so, off and on throughout the year. After Bobby Santos III took a hard hit during practice for the season opener in Daytona, Dale Earnhardt Jr. gave the team the No. 88 backup car, on the condition that Means Racing would run the whole race with the car, and not Start and Park. Means Racing did run the whole race, they would end up finishing 17th. Since Daytona, the team has run with several other drivers, including Daryl Harr, Tim Schendel, and Tony Raines.

For 2012, the team ran Daytona with driver former Cup driver Reed Sorenson,[2] and then switched between drivers Tim Schendel, Kevin Lepage, Joey Gase, Justin Jennings and Ryan Ellis for one race. The team achieved a spot in the top-30, locking them into the first five races. The team's best finish was a 19th at Kansas with Gase.

In 2013, the No. 52 team mainly used driver Gase, for 18 total races.[3] Means also used Donnie Neuenberger, Lepage, Schendel and Ellis each for one race. The year's best finish was also 19th, but this time at Talladega with driver Neuenberger. Toyotas were driven for 7 of the 22 races with Chevrolet cars used the other races.

Joey Gase at Road America in 2014
Gase at Richmond in April 2016

In 2014, Gase again served as the team's primary driver with a high finish of 11th at Talladega. Sponsors included Donate Life, DB Sales Company, and ASC.

In 2015, the team returned with Gase. At Talladega, Gase earned his first top 5 finish by finishing 5th and earned the team their first top 5 finish.

In 2016, they returned with Gase. At Talladega, Gase was involved in a hard crash with Chris Cockrum. He collected a best finish of 19th at Daytona (June). He finished again 21st in the standings.

In 2017, Gase started on a high note a 7th-place finish at Daytona.

David Starr at Daytona in February 2019
Starr at Road America in 2019

In 2018, Gase left JMR and moved to the Go Green/SS-Green Light Racing No. 35 car. The team would sign David Starr to replace him for the full season. He started the season with a 17th-place finish in the season-opener at Daytona. Starr continued to drive for the team in 2019.

Starr left for JD Motorsports in 2020 and was replaced by Kody Vanderwal, who ran all but the first three races of the season, which were run by J. J. Yeley.[4] Due to the team needing more sponsorship, which Vanderwal did not bring to the team, he did not return in 2021.[5]

In 2021 NASCAR Xfinity Series, Gray Gaulding, who brought his own sponsorship to the team, would replace Vanderwal in the No. 52.[6] Gaulding entered 21 races and he failed to qualify 4 races.[7] Gase would return with the team at Pocono, Talladega, Texas, Kansas, and season finale at Phoenix.[8][9] At Talladega, the team fields a Ford that is owned by Gase himself instead of their usual Chevrolet.[10] Gase failed to qualify at Phoenix.[11] Spencer Boyd drove for the team at New Hampshire, Daytona, Charlotte Roval, and Martinsville.[12][13][14][15] Dave Smith made starts with the team at Watkins Glen.[16] Japanese driver Akinori Ogata drove for the team at Richmond.[17] At Vegas, JMR lent their owner points to Rick Ware Racing so they could field a second car for Carson Ware.

In 2022, Harrison Rhodes drove the No. 52 at Daytona, as well as the three west coast races at Auto Club, Las Vegas and Phoenix.[18] The team ended up skipping the west coast swing due to a lack of sponsorship but returned at Atlanta. Gar Robinson would drive the No. 52 at Circuit of the Americas, but did not qualify. Rhodes returned for the races at Richmond, where he did not qualify, and Martinsville, which they did not qualify as well. Means' 52 team did not attempt a race until they had subsequent sponsorship. The team returned at Bristol with Brennan Poole, but they did not qualify by just 0.023 seconds.

Car No. 52 results

NASCAR Xfinity Series results
Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 Owners Pts
2001 Jason Rudd 52 Ford DAY CAR
40
RCH
31
N/A N/A
Scott Gaylord LVS
42
PPR
42
Brad Teague ATL
43
DAR
40
BRI
32
TEX NSH TAL CAL RCH NHA GLN
38
CHI DOV
41
KAN CLT CAR
42
HOM
Kertus Davis NZH
35
CLT DOV
42
KEN MLW
40
Eric Jones GTY
39
Mike Potter IRP
41
MCH BRI
Ricky Sanders DAR
41
Andy Kirby MEM
41
PHO
2002 Brad Teague DAY CAR
41
LVS DAR
42
BRI
43
TEX TAL
42
RCH
42
NHA
40
NZH
38
CLT DAY
43
CHI GTY PPR
42
DAR
42
RCH PHO
43
N/A N/A
Jimmy Kitchens NSH
42
NSH
42
KEN
Scott Gaylord CAL
40
Phil Bonifield DOV
43
MLW
42
IRP
43
MCH BRI
Donnie Neuenberger DOV
DNQ
Ryck Sanders KAN
DNQ
Cam Strader CLT
DNQ
MEM ATL CAR
DNQ
HOM
2003 Brad Teague DAY
DNQ
TAL
33
CAL
DNQ
RCH DAY
42
NHA
39
IRP
40
DAR
QL?
RCH
41
KAN
41
CLT
DNQ
MEM
37
ATL CAR
DNQ
HOM N/A N/A
Mike Potter CAR
42
DAR
41
BRI
41
NSH
43
GTY
40
NZH
38
CLT DOV
43
NSH
41
KEN
DNQ
MLW CHI
36
MCH
DNQ
BRI DAR
43
Wayne Jacks LVS
DNQ
Donnie Neuenberger TEX
41
DOV
36
Ryck Sanders PPR
39
Bruce Bechtel PHO
42
2004 DAY CAR LVS
DNQ
TEX
DNQ
NSH TAL CAL GTY RCH PPR
34
MEM
DNQ
ATL N/A N/A
Brad Teague DAR
42
BRI
26
NSH
42
KEN
DNQ
MLW
36
DAY CHI NHA
40
IRP
DNQ
MCH BRI
DNQ
CAL RCH
40
DOV
40
KAN
DNQ
CLT
DNQ
PHO
DNQ
DAR
43
HOM
Jason Rudd NZH
42
CLT DOV
2005 Shane Hall DAY
DNQ
CAL
DNQ
LVS
DNQ
N/A N/A
Scott Gaylord MXC
QL
Jimmy Morales MXC
20
Stan Boyd ATL
DNQ
Eric McClure NSH
41
TEX
30
PHO
38
DAR
DNQ
RCH
DNQ
CLT
DNQ
NSH
31
MLW
34
CHI
DNQ
NHA
DNQ
PPR
40
GTY
DNQ
MCH
DNQ
CAL
39
RCH
Brad Teague BRI
DNQ
KEN
DNQ
BRI
DNQ
Donnie Neuenberger TAL
DNQ
DOV
39
DAY
DNQ
DOV
43
KAN CLT MEM TEX PHO HOM
D. J. Hoelzle IRP
31
Scott Turner GLN
DNQ
2007 Brad Teague 52 Ford DAY
DNQ
CAL MXC LVS ATL BRI
40
NSH
39
NSH
42
GTY
40
IRP
42
CAL
40
RCH N/A N/A
Kevin Lepage TEX
42
PHO
39
RCH
42
DAR
DNQ
CLT
Donnie Neuenberger TAL
38
DOV
39
DAY
41
CHI DOV
25
KAN CLT
Jamie Mosley KEN
40
Ian Henderson MLW
37
NHA
DNQ
Scott Gaylord CGV
39
GLN
40
MCH BRI
Chris Lawson MEM
DNQ
TEX PHO HOM
2008 Donnie Neuenberger Chevy DAY
DNQ
TAL
14
DAY
34
MCH
31
TEX
38
N/A N/A
Ford DOV
34
Dodge DOV
43
Derrike Cope Chevy CAL
36
LVS
32
ATL
37
BRI
36
NSH
40
TEX
37
PHO
35
RCH
33
Scott Gaylord Ford MXC
42
CGV
29
Chevy CAL
40
KAN
29
PHO
39
Brad Teague DAR
22
CLT
28
NSH
27
KEN
27
MLW
30
NHA
28
CHI
QL¤
GTY
23
IRP
29
BRI
32
RCH
32
HOM
40
Ford MEM
36
Kevin Lepage Chevy CHI
34
Boris Said Ford GLN
27
Tony Raines Chevy RCH
QL±
CLT
26
2009 Donnie Neuenberger DAY
36
TAL
28
DAY
42
CHI N/A N/A
Scott Gaylord CAL
32
LVS
36
GLN
DNQ
Trevor Bayne BRI
23
Kevin Lepage TEX
33
CLT
DNQ
DOV
35
NSH
34
KEN
DNQ
MLW
DNQ
NHA
39
Ford DAR
35
Brad Teague Chevy NSH
DNQ
GTY
DNQ
BRI
34
DOV
32
MEM
DNQ
TEX
Kevin Hamlin PHO
41
KAN
DNQ
CAL CLT
Ford RCH
DNQ
Chris Lawson Chevy IRP
36
RCH
DNQ
PHO
DNQ
HOM
Jack Smith IOW
DNQ
Mike Wallace MCH
34
Tony Ave CGV
39
ATL
DNQ
2010 Donnie Neuenberger DAY
Wth
CAL LVS TAL
38
RCH DAR DOV
DNQ
N/A N/A
Chris Lawson Ford BRI
DNQ
Chevy NSH
40
NHA
DNQ
DAY CHI GTY
DNQ
IRP
41
BRI
DNQ
CGV
Tim Schendel NSH
DNQ
PHO TEX IOW
40
GTY
DNQ
Kevin Hamlin DOV
41
CLT
Kenny Hendrick KEN
DNQ
ROA
Joey Scarallo GLN
38
MCH
Kevin Lepage ATL
40
RCH KAN
40
CAL
38
CLT TEX
42
PHO
DNQ
HOM
41
2011 Bobby Santos III DAY
17
31st 492
Daryl Harr PHO
39
LVS
35
IOW
24
Tim Schendel BRI
36
TEX
35
NSH
35
ROA
25
IRP
24
IOW
27
Tony Raines CAL
26
MCH
42
Danny Efland TAL
21
Kevin Lepage RCH
34
DAR
21
DOV
38
CLT
33
CHI
28
DAY
33
KEN
29
NHA
24
NSH
28
BRI
31
ATL
30
RCH
23
DOV
27
KAN
28
CLT
27
PHO
20
HOM
35
Dan Clarke GLN
39
Louis-Philippe Dumoulin CGV
28
Blake Koch Dodge CHI
27
Jamie Dick Chevy TEX
31
2012 Reed Sorenson DAY
34
33rd 338
Tim Schendel PHO
30
LVS
29
BRI
37
CAL
29
TEX
27
MCH
35
CHI
33
IND
28
Kevin Lepage RCH
27
TAL
43
DAR
35
KEN
36
Joey Gase IOW
33
CLT
25
DOV
26
DAY
37
NHA
27
BRI
31
ATL
43
RCH
DNQ
CHI
35
KEN
35
CLT
DNQ
KAN
19
TEX
31
PHO
DNQ
HOM
32
Ryan Ellis ROA
39
GLN
DNQ
CGV
DNQ
Justin Jennings IOW
26
DOV
32
2013 Joey Gase Toyota DAY
DNQ
CAL
40
DOV
34
MCH
27
ROA
Wth
CHI
40
CHI
35
CLT
DNQ
TEX
30
37th 262
Chevy PHO
30
LVS
33
BRI
Wth
TEX
DNQ
KEN
32
DAY
36
NHA
33
IND
DNQ
IOW
26
GLN
33
BRI
DNQ
ATL
31
RCH
32
KEN
31
DOV
29
KAN
DNQ
PHO
29
HOM
Derek Thorn Toyota RCH
DNQ
Donnie Neuenberger Chevy TAL
19
Kevin Lepage Toyota DAR
35
CLT
Tim Schendel Chevy IOW
33
Ryan Ellis MOH
38
2014 Joey Gase DAY
32
PHO
24
BRI
29
CAL
26
TEX
26
DAR
26
RCH
31
TAL
11
IOW
27
DOV
23
MCH
27
ROA
30
KEN
32
DAY
37
NHA
29
CHI
31
IND
31
IOW
24
GLN
36
MOH
27
BRI
32
ATL
30
RCH
28
CHI
35
KEN
28
DOV
27
KAN
32
CLT
26
TEX
37
PHO
28
HOM
39
30th 482
Toyota LVS
36
CLT
34
2015 Chevy DAY
32
ATL
30
LVS
27
PHO
31
CAL
30
TEX
31
BRI
25
RCH
26
TAL
5
IOW
27
CLT
32
DOV
29
MCH
27
CHI
31
DAY
30
KEN
25
NHA
28
IND
26
IOW
34
GLN
31
MOH
26
BRI
27
ROA
29
DAR
30
RCH
27
CHI
28
KEN
21
DOV
24
CLT
27
KAN
28
TEX
26
PHO
25
HOM
32
29th 545
2016 DAY
32
ATL
32
LVS
28
PHO
33
CAL
28
TEX
27
BRI
31
RCH
26
TAL
38
DOV
23
CLT
36
POC
23
MCH
25
IOW
25
DAY
19
KEN
27
NHA
25
IND
28
IOW
24
GLN
32
MOH
28
BRI
22
ROA
22
DAR
24
RCH
27
CHI
26
KEN
31
DOV
27
CLT
32
KAN
23
TEX
31
PHO
24
HOM
37
27th 437
2017 DAY
7
ATL
31
LVS
30
PHO
35
CAL
28
TEX
26
BRI
28
RCH
20
TAL
16
CLT
23
DOV
36
POC
32
MCH
25
IOW
18
DAY
10
KEN
33
NHA
25
IND
30
IOW
24
GLN
29
MOH
21
BRI
27
ROA
32
DAR
28
RCH
36
CHI
27
KEN
30
DOV
28
CLT
31
KAN
30
TEX
27
PHO
33
HOM
29
30th 336
2018 David Starr DAY
17
ATL
28
LVS
35
PHO
39
CAL
26
TEX
21
BRI
24
RCH
35
TAL
32
DOV
26
CLT
20
POC
20
MCH
33
IOW
24
CHI
23
DAY
35
KEN
23
NHA
28
IOW
19
GLN
33
MOH
21
BRI
21
ROA
36
DAR
36
IND
18
LVS
32
RCH
20
CLT
27
DOV
24
KAN
17
TEX
24
PHO
27
HOM
28
28th 352
2019 DAY
20
ATL
27
LVS
19
PHO
27
CAL
21
TEX
20
BRI
25
RCH
29
TAL
14
DOV
28
CLT
22
POC
24
MCH
25
IOW
34
CHI
36
DAY
32
KEN
21
NHA
26
IOW
31
GLN
29
MOH
33
BRI
24
ROA
17
DAR
27
IND
37
LVS
26
RCH
25
CLT
34
DOV
21
KAN
23
TEX
33
PHO
25
HOM
23
31st 364
2020 J. J. Yeley DAY
12
LVS
22
CAL
25
35th 315
Kody Vanderwal PHO
29
DAR
32
CLT
35
BRI
21
ATL
37
HOM
37
HOM
33
TAL
31
POC
19
IND
28
KEN
25
KEN
29
TEX
32
KAN
27
ROA
27
DAY
23
DOV
31
DOV
27
DAY
34
DAR
29
RCH
28
RCH
29
BRI
29
LVS
31
TAL
28
CLT
20
KAN
26
TEX
21
MAR
29
PHO
22
2021 Gray Gaulding DAY
34
DAY
21
HOM
28
LVS
27
PHO
27
ATL
36
MAR
21
TAL
34
DAR
38
DOV
31
COA
27
CLT
DNQ
MOH
17
TEX
38
NSH
DNQ
ROA
DNQ
ATL
35
IND
DNQ
MCH
27
DAR
40
BRI
18
39th 200
Joey Gase POC
36
TEX
30
KAN
40
PHO
DNQ
Ford TAL
15
Spencer Boyd Chevy NHA
33
DAY
38
CLT
31
MAR
30
Dave Smith GLN
33
Akinori Ogata RCH
34
Carson Ware Toyota LVS
31
2022 Harrison Rhodes Chevy DAY
DNQ
CAL LVS PHO ATL
DNQ
RCH
DNQ
MAR
DNQ
TAL DOV DAR TEX CLT PIR NSH ROA ATL NHA POC IND MCH GLN DAY DAR KAN -* -*
Gar Robinson COA
DNQ
Brennan Poole BRI
DNQ
TEX TAL CLT LVS HOM MAR PHO

Car No. 53 history

In 2019, Jimmy Means Racing fielded the No. 53 car, which was fielded for Max Tullman at Mid-Ohio and Kyle Weatherman at Dover in October. The car did not attempt any races in 2020.

Car No. 53 results

NASCAR Xfinity Series results
Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Owners Pts
2019 Max Tullman 53 Chevy DAY ATL LVS PHO CAL TEX BRI RCH TAL DOV CLT POC MCH IOW CHI DAY KEN NHA IOW GLN MOH
38
BRI ROA DAR IND LVS RCH CLT 49th 3
Kyle Weatherman DOV
35
KAN TEX PHO HOM

Car No. 55 history

Jimmy Means Racing fielded the No. 55 car in 2008 as a backup for the 52. Brad Teague and Scott Gaylord raced for this team at Nashville and Phoenix respectively. Teague would also race this car at Dover. Chad Chaffin attempted to race at Milwaukee but didn't qualify. Teague then attempted Bristol in 2009 with this car but did not qualify.

Car No. 55 results

NASCAR Nationwide Series results
Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 Owners Pts
2008 Brad Teague 55 Ford DAY CAL LVS ATL BRI NSH
41
TEX N/A N/A
Chevy DOV
37
NSH KEN
Scott Gaylord Ford PHO
43
MXC TAL RCH DAR CLT
Chad Chaffin MLW
DNQ
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Car No. 79 history

Tim Schendel at Road America in 2014

For multiple races in 2014, Jimmy Means Racing fielded a second car, the No. 79, which was a late entry/field filler team for races to have a full 40-car field. The car is the backup car from No. 52 but renumbered. Carl Long, Tim Schendel and John Jackson all drove one race each and start and parked.

In 2015, the No. 79 returned to complete the 40-car field five times. Matt Frahm drove for two races, Ryan Ellis, Zachary Bruenger and John Jackson all drove one race each. They start and parked all of them.

In 2016, the team returned to complete the 40-car field. Josh Williams drove at Michigan.

After the No. 79 did not attempt any races in 2017, the car did return once in 2018 with Josh Reaume driving it at Kentucky.

Car No. 79 results

References

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  2. ^ Adamczyk, Jay (February 17, 2012). "Sorenson driving for Jimmy Means at Daytona". Jayski's Nationwide Series Silly Season Site. ESPN. Archived from the original on February 15, 2012. Retrieved 2012.
  3. ^ Pilcher, K.J. (December 24, 2012). "Gase strikes deal with Means Racing". The Gazette. Cedar Rapids, IA. Retrieved 2012.
  4. ^ Boarman, John (February 13, 2020). "JJ Yeley running first three Xfinity events for Jimmy Means Racing". Tireball.
  5. ^ Srigley, Joseph (January 17, 2021). "Kody Vanderwal Will Not Return to Jimmy Means Racing in 2021". TobyChristie.com. Retrieved 2021.
  6. ^ Albino, Dustin (January 26, 2021). "Gray Gaulding to Drive Full Time for Jimmy Means Racing in 2021". Jayski's Silly Season Site. NASCAR Digital Media, LLC. Archived from the original on January 26, 2021. Retrieved 2021.
  7. ^ "Gray Gaulding 2021 NASCAR Xfinity Series Results - Racing-Reference.info". racing-reference.info. Retrieved 2021.
  8. ^ "Joey Gase Running Xfinity Race at Pocono for Jimmy Means Racing". Jayski's Silly Season Site. NASCAR Digital Media, LLC. June 16, 2021.
  9. ^ "Joey Gase cleared to drive at Talladega". Jayski's Silly Season Site. NASCAR Digital Media, LLC. September 30, 2021.
  10. ^ "Joey Gase Starting Own Xfinity Series Team in 2022, Joey Gase Racing". Jayski's Silly Season Site. NASCAR Digital Media, LLC. November 18, 2021.
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  12. ^ "Spencer Boyd Driving for Jimmy Means Racing at New Hampshire". Jayski's Silly Season Site. NASCAR Digital Media, LLC. July 13, 2021.
  13. ^ "Spencer Boyd Gets Sponsorship from his Childhood Friend for Daytona Xfinity Race with Jimmy Means Racing". Jayski's Silly Season Site. NASCAR Digital Media, LLC. August 24, 2021.
  14. ^ "Spencer Boyd Adds Xfinity Race at Charlotte ROVAL to his Racing Schedule". Jayski's Silly Season Site. NASCAR Digital Media, LLC. September 27, 2021.
  15. ^ "Sparrow Dynamics Sponsoring Spencer Boyd, Jimmy Means Racing at Martinsville". Jayski's Silly Season Site. NASCAR Digital Media, LLC. October 25, 2021.
  16. ^ Rubin, Gideon (August 10, 2021). "Novato Native Dave Smith Makes NASCAR Xfinity Series Debut". Patch. Retrieved 2021.
  17. ^ "Akinori Ogata Making Second Career Xfinity Series Start at Richmond". Jayski's Silly Season Site. NASCAR Digital Media, LLC. September 7, 2021.
  18. ^ "Harrison Rhodes Opening 2022 Xfinity Series Season with Jimmy Means Racing". Jayski.com. NASCAR Digital Media, LLC. February 12, 2022.

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