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Trevor Boys

Trevor Boys
Born (1957-11-03) November 3, 1957
Calgary, Alberta
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series career
102 races run over 9 years
Best finish 17th - 1984 (Winston Cup)
First race 1982 Winston Western 500 (Riverside)
Last race 1993 Champion Spark Plug 500 (Pocono)
Wins Top tens Poles
2
NASCAR Xfinity Series career
Car no., team 71 - MacDonald Motorsports
2007 position 119th
First race 2007 AT&T 250 (Milwaukee)
Last race 2008 NAPA Auto Parts 200 Presented by Dodge (Montreal)
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series career
6 races run over 1 year
2003 position 49th
Best finish 49th - 2003
First race 2003 Lucas Oil 250 (Mesa Marin)
Last race 2009 Las Vegas 350 (Las Vegas)
Statistics current as of January 22, 2008.

Trevor Boys (born November 3, 1957 in Calgary, Alberta), is a Canadian race car driver. He raced in 102 Winston Cup races from 1982 to 1993, posting two top-ten finishes, and ran six races in the Craftsman Truck Series in 2003, his best finish a 22nd at Memphis Motorsports Park. He returned in the Busch Series in 2007.

He has been racing in the IMCA Modified series in Canada, with his son Wheeler winning the championship in 2006.

In October 2006, he attempted to start racing again with a team called H&K Motorsports. H&K Motorsports is a co-owned business with Eddie Kucharski. Both Trevor and Eddie plan to run in the ARCA series in 2007.

Boys made two NASCAR Busch Series starts in 2007, both for Randy MacDonald. He started 40th at Milwaukee and finished nine laps down in 29th. His most recent NASCAR start is at the race in Montreal at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. He started 41st and finished 35th with transmission troubles on the road course.[1]

Boys racing in 1986
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References

  1. ^ NASCAR Driving statistics; Retrieved November 19, 2007

External links

  • Official website
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