Ricky Rudd
In his 33-year racing career, Ricky Rudd logged a modern-era record of 906 NASCAR starts, yielding 23 victories. He earned over $44.5 million racing for the Wood Bros, Robert Yates Racing, Hendrick, Bud Moore, DiGard, Richard Childress, Dunlevy and even his father. 
Ricky Rudd

Rudd earned the 1983 Daytona 500 pole and won the ‘97 Brickyard 400. He joined the roster of champions competing in five International Race of Champions seasons, winning the title in his first year (‘92) in the global all-star series. Rudd won NASCAR’s Rookie of the Year in 1977. He was named one of NASCAR’s “50 Greatest Drivers” in 1998 and “Virginian of the Year” in 2006. Plus, Rudd is his own “road course ringer:” His first Cup victory came at the Riverside Raceway and his final Cup win came at the technical 12-turn Sonoma Raceway road course.

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