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Henley Gray

Henley Gray
Born (1933-01-12) January 12, 1933 (age 81)
Rome, Georgia, U.S.A.

Henley Gray (born January 12, 1933 – Rome, Georgia) is a retired NASCAR Winston Cup Series driver whose career spanned from 1964 to 1977.[1][2]

Career

Out of the 76045 laps committed in his career, Gray only led two of them.[1][2] Gray's total career earnings as a driver is $265,324 in American dollars ($1,032,592.63 in today's money)[1][2] while his earnings as an owner was $538,130 ($878,536.58 in today's money).[3] His average start is 24th while his average finish is 19th place.[1][2] Henley has officially raced the equivalent of 66,089.0 miles (106,359.9 km).[1][2] One of his main sponors was Belden Asphalt.

Henley Gray would also own vehicles for drivers like Bob Burcham, Frog Fagan, Dale Earnhardt, and J.D. McDuffie in an ownership career that lasted until 1993.[3] The vehicles that Gray owned in NASCAR travelled a distance of 97,899.9 miles (157,554.6 km).[3] These cars had an average start of 26th place and an average finish of 21st place.[3]

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