93 Days until the Daytona 500

Car number 93 has started 411 races and has 0 wins, 0 poles, 4 top 5s, 61 top 10s, and 148 DNFs in the NASCAR Cup Series.


  • Dave Blaney  has the most starts in #93 with 74 from 1999-2001.
Dave Blaney’s Pontica, 1999

After driving the #93 for Bill Davis in the Busch Series (XFINTY) for 1998 and 1999, Blaney and his team would be promoted to Cup for the last 5 races of the 1999 season. In 2000, Blaney and his Amoco team moved up to Winston (MENCS) Cup full-time and posted two-top tens. He finished third in the NASCAR Winston Cup Rookie of the Year award standings for the 2000 season.

In 2001, the team would switch to Dodge and he would compete in all the races with a best finish of 6th, three times. He left Davis at the end of the season because of sponsorship concerns. The team dominated the Spring race at Atlanta, but 2 loose wheels on the #93 would force them to concede the victory to Cup series newcomer, Kevin Harvick.



  • From 2012-2013 Travis Kvapil  started the #93 car 70 times for BK Racing with a best finish of 8th at Talladega in Fall 2012.
Travis Kvapil 2012


  • In 2016, BK racing fielded car #93 in 8 races. 4 of these starts featured Matt Dibenedetto behind the wheel while his usual, chartered #83 car was piloted by guest drivers. Ryan Ellis made 3 starts in the car and Dylan Lupton made one start.
Ryan Ellis, 2016
  • Ted Chamberlain started car #93 in a total of 56 races from 1949-1959.


Ted Chamberlain
  • Other notable names in #93
    • Lee Reitzel, 26 starts
    • Blackie Watt, 20 starts
    • Jackie Rogers, 20 starts
    • Walson Gardner, 20 starts
    • Donald Thomas, 16 starts
    • Charlie Baker, 9 starts
    • Buck Baker, 5 starts
    • Banjo Mathews, 5 starts
    • Morgan Shepherd, 3 starts
    • David Reutimann, 2 starts
    • Mike Bliss, 2 starts
    • Elmo Langley, 1 start
    • Derrike Cope, 1 start
    • JJ Yeley, 1 start

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