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Bill Seifert

Bill Seifert
Born (1939-07-02) July 2, 1939 (age 75)
Skyland, North Carolina

Bill Seifert (born July 2, 1939 - Skyland, North Carolina) is a retired NASCAR Sprint Cup Series who raced from 1966 to 1979.[1]

Career

Seifert raced 41,875 laps for 33,835.4 miles (54,452.8 km).[1] His grand total for race winnings is $147,831 USD ($860,869.59 in today's money).[1] Seifert's average career start is 21st and his average career finish is 19th.[1] Bill Seifert was also a NASCAR owner from 1966 to 1973, providing rides to notable drivers like Cale Yarborough, LeeRoy Yarbrough, and Cecil Gordon.[2] The Seifert-owned vehicles managed to gain eight finishes in the top five and seventy-one finishes in the top ten.[2] Total earnings for all the vehicles owned by Bill Seifert were $467,360 USD ($2,482,893.79 in today's money) after racing 57,130.7 miles (91,942.9 km); which is the equivalent of 65,738 laps.[2]

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