Front Row Motorsports

Front Row Motorsports - since the introduction of Doug Yates renamed Front Row Motorsports with Yates Racing 2010 - is a racing team that goes to the start in the U.S. NASCAR.

The team began its racing activities in 2004, when the team owner Jimmy Means, and the restaurant owner Carl Jenkins, the racing team Means - Jenkins Motorsports founded. 2005 went over all the shares in Jenkins and his brother, Means, however, remained as a consultant to the team.

Sprint Cup

Car # 34/98

The start number 34 was first used in 2004 during the spring race at Atlanta Motor Speedway, the Golden Corral 500 with Todd Bodine behind the wheel. However, the Ford had at that time still the starting number 98 and belonged to the Mach- 1 Racing Team by Chris Edwards.

2005, the car was acquired by Front Row Motorsports and used with the drivers Ted Christopher and PJ Jones alternately. Countable success came from, however, and during the year there were rumors that the team wanted to sell the vehicle again. Obviously, the team decided against a sale because in 2006 was the start number 34 at the start again. The entire season had the rider's effort to qualify for the race. On Randy LaJoie followed Chad Chaffin, Kevin Lepage and Chad Blount. Only Mike Skinner, who succeeded Carl Long and Greg Sacks, managed a countable success with the 37th rank and a lead lap at the 3M Performance 400 at Michigan International Speedway. Other pilots of the season were Johnny Miller, Brian Simo, Kertus Davis and Joey McCarthy, however, all failed at the respective qualifications.

2007, the entire season with Kevin Lepage should be used at the wheel the car originally. After Lepage but four times the qualification missed the program was reduced. Front Row hired John Andretti, who went to the start at selected races. Chad Chaffin also was for some events at the start. Since Lepage had an annual contract, he moved into the car with starting number 37

2008, the exchange came to Chevrolet. Andretti denied the 500-mile Daytona International Speedway, but then moved to Roth Racing in the Indy Racing League and was replaced by Tony Raines.

2009 Andretti drove back and Raines Chevrolet Impala SS The good finishes during the year ensured the team for the number 34 has a fixed starting point for the first five races of the 2010 season. 2010 Travis Kvapil drove the car with the number 34

Car # 37/92

The car - a Chevrolet - originally the start number 92, Stanton Barrett ran in 2005. Through a collaboration with R & J Racing, the car was from the start number 92 in 2007 with the start number 37 Similar to the # 34, remained from the great successes to date, even with the start number 37. Worth mentioning is the Sprint Cup debut of Kevin Hamlin in 2009.

2010 Kevin Conway had driven the car with the number 37

Car # 38

Since 2010 is a Front Row a third car in the Sprint Cup. The control is thereby taken alternately by David Gilliland and Robert Richardson. The Coca- Cola 600 to John Andretti deny.

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