Monday Trivia

Joe Gibbs Racing has a history of successful beginnings. Yesterday, his rookie Denny Hamlin drove the #11 FedEx Express car to the checkered flag in the Bud Shootout. That was the first Cup win for Hamlin, the first win for the FedEx team and the first time a rookie started and won Shootout.

Back in '93, Gibbs's first year of ownership in Cup competition, his car won the Daytona 500. Who was driving? And who was the sponsor?

By Mike Snyder |  February 13, 2006; 8:15 AM ET  | Category:  Trivia Quiz
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Dale Jarrett and Texaco

Posted by: Chris | February 13, 2006 06:36 PM

Dale Jarrett and Interstate Batteries, one of the associate sponsors on that car was the NFL

Posted by: Robert C | February 13, 2006 10:20 PM

Dale Jarret, driver. Ford Quality Care was the sponsor

Posted by: Stick | February 14, 2006 09:53 AM

Robert C got it right

Posted by: HH | February 14, 2006 12:27 PM

Robert C got the driver and sponsor right, but some of Mike's info is incorrect.

Dale Jarrett did win the 1993 Daytona 500, driving for Gibbs in the Interstate Batteries car, however, it was Gibbs and Jarrett's second year together, not their first. They went winless in 1992.

Posted by: Amanda Marie | February 15, 2006 07:47 AM

not sure where you were in 92, but it wasn't watching racing. 93 was Gibbs and Jarrets first year together

Posted by: mef | February 15, 2006 11:37 AM

Dale Jarrett drove for JGR 1992-1994. Look it up for yourself on

Posted by: Robert C | February 15, 2006 04:43 PM

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