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David Gilliland Born April 1, 1976 (1976-04-01) (age 34) Hometown Riverside, California Achievements 1999 Perris Speedway Track Champion Awards 2004 NASCAR Grand National Division, West Series Rookie of the Year NASCAR Sprint Cup Series statistics Car, team #38 – Front Row Motorsports with Yates Racing 2009 Sprint Cup position 37th Best Cup position 27th – 2008 First race 2006 Dodge/Save Mart 350 (Sonoma) Wins Top tens Poles 0 4 2 NASCAR Nationwide Series statistics Car #, team #91 – D'Hondt Humphrey Motorsports 2009 NNS position 63rd Best NNS position 39th – 2007 First race 2005 Bashas' Supermarkets 200 (Phoenix) First win 2006 Meijer 300 (Kentucky) Last win 2006 Meijer 300 (Kentucky) Wins Top tens Poles 1 2 0 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series statistics 2009 NCWTS position 65th Best NCWTS position 65th – 2009 First race 2005 Las Vegas 350 (Las Vegas) Wins Top tens Poles 0 1 0 Statistics current as of March 16, 2010. David Gilliland (born on April 1, 1976) is a NASCAR driver and he currently drives the #38 Taco Bell Ford Fusion for Front Row Motorsports with Yates Racing. He is the son of former Cup and West Coast driver Butch Gilliland. He was born in Riverside, California. Contents 1 NASCAR Regional Career 2 NASCAR National Career 3 Sprint Cup Series 4 Personal life 5 References 6 External links // NASCAR Regional Career In 1996, he began working on his father's AutoZone West Series team. By 1999, Gilliland won the track championship at Perris Auto Speedway (a dirt track). Then, the following year he began a limited season in the NASCAR AutoZone West Series. In 2003, Gilliland won five races in the NASCAR AutoZone Elite Division, Southwest Series in the #11 Centrifugal Technologies Chevrolet. He finished the season with five top-fives and eight top-tens and a 6th place finish in points. In 2004, Gilliland announced plans to run the full schedule in the NASCAR AutoZone Elite Division, Southwest Series in the No. 88 Chevrolet for MRG Motorsports and all non-conflicting NASCAR Grand National Division, West Series (now AutoZone West) races. He won his first AutoZone West win at Mesa Marin Raceway, in his home city. He was then NASCAR Grand National Division, West Series Rookie-of-the-Year. He also had two victories in NASCAR AutoZone Elite Division, Southwest Series. NASCAR National Career Gilliland made his first attempt at a major NASCAR race in 2003, at the Las Vegas 350 in the Craftsman Truck Series, but failed to qualify. He announced that Clay Andrews Racing would form in mid-2005. Gilliland made his Busch Series debut at Phoenix, qualifying 28th. However, he was involved with an early crash and finished 43rd. Gilliland made the other Phoenix race later in the year, but had the same result. He was 43rd after ignition troubles. Also, he ran the #15 Billy Ballew Motorsports Chevy at Vegas in the Craftsman Truck Series with a 22nd place finish. Meanwhile, Gilliland raced in the Grand National Division in 2005 and won the Toyota All-Star Showdown in 2005 when apparent winner Mike Olson was disqualified for light wheels wider than regulation. The win was his biggest of date because it allowed him to be noticed by Busch and Cup owners. Gilliland began running the #84 Clay Andrews Chevy part-time in 2006, during which time he was mentored by former Sprint Cup race winner Jerry Nadeau. Gilliland, however, struggled to finish races, only earning a best of 29th in his first four starts of the year. However, in his next outing, Gilliland scored his first career Busch Series win at Kentucky on June 17. Gilliland drove the 84 Hype Manufacturing Chevrolet to victory, becoming the first driver of 2006 to win a Busch race who was not also running a full-time Nextel Cup schedule. FX television announcer Hermie Sadler called the victory "the biggest upset in Busch Series history". Sprint Cup Series Gilliland made his first attempt to make a Cup race at Infineon Raceway in Sonoma, CA, in the #72 CJM Racing Chevrolet, qualifying 31st, and finishing 32nd. In August 2006, Gilliland replaced Elliott Sadler as the driver of the M&M's Ford in the NEXTEL Cup Series. On October 7, he qualified on the pole for the UAW Ford 500 at Talladega Superspeedway, the first pole of his career. He won his second career pole at the Daytona 500, his first points-paying race at the track, and finished 28th in NEXTEL Cup points. Gilliland drove part-time in the Busch Series for Team Rensi Motorsports with sponsorship from FreeCreditReport.com in 2007, splitting the driving duties at Rensi with rookie Richard Johns. His best finish was a tenth at Daytona. In 2008, FreeCreditReport became his Cup sponsor and he had two top ten finishes. In January of 2009, his #38 Sprint Cup team was lost due to a lack of sponsorship and his points from 2008 were moved to the #96 team of Bobby Labonte. After missing the Daytona 500, he was hired by TRG Motorsports for the rest of the 2009 season, with sponsorship from Capital Window and American Monster. On September 18, 2009, Gilliland's future was thrown into question following TRG's announcement that Bobby Labonte would drive the #71 Chevrolet for seven of the final twelve races of the season while Erik Darnell drives the #96 Ford. Gilliland raced five additional times for TRG last season, also driving for Joe Gibbs Racing and Robby Gordon Motorsports. He drove for the Wood Brothers (filling in for Bill Elliott) at Atlanta and for Gibbs at Lowe's, Texas, and the season finale at Homestead. At Auto Club Speedway in October, Gilliland relieved an sick Kyle Busch after parking his normal ride. He raced in Phoenix for Phoenix Racing. In 2010, Gilliland will drive a majority of the season with Front Row Motorsports in a third car, with his old number 38, and got new numbers 34, and 37. He attempted the Daytona 500 for BAM Racing and failed to qualify. Personal life Gilliland was a high-school golf teammate of Tiger Woods[1] at Western High School in Anaheim. He is married to wife Michelle and the couple has two children, Todd and Taylor. References ^ 10 questions for David Gilliland External links Gilliland's Website Gilliland's NASCAR stats David Gilliland on Myspace Persondata Name Gilliland, David Alternative names Short description Date of birth April 1, 1976 Place of birth Riverside, California Date of death Place of death