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The 1995 NASCAR Busch Series Season was held February 18 and ended November 5. Johnny Benson of BACE Motorsports won the championship.

See also: 1995 NASCAR Winston Cup Series, 1995 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series

1995 Team chartEdit

List of full-time teams at the start of 1995.

Team Car(s) # Driver(s) Primary Sponsor(s) Listed Owner(s)
Alliance Motorsports Ford Thunderbird 59 Dennis Setzer Alliance Training Centers Daniel Welch
Akins-Sutton Motorsports Ford Thunderbird 38 Elton Sawyer Ford Motor Credit Bob Sutton
American Equipment Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 95 John Tanner (R)/Ward Burton Caterpillar Buz McCall
BACE Motorsports Chevrolet Monte Carlo 74 Johnny Benson Lipton Tea Bill Baumgardner
Beverly Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 25 Kirk Shelmerdine (R) Big Johnson Don Beverly
Bown Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 51 Jim Bown Luck's Foods Dick Bown
Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Chevrolet Monte Carlo 3 Jeff Green Goodwrench Service Dale Earnhardt
Davison Motorsports Chevrolet Monte Carlo 97 Joe Bessey n/a Pat Davison
Diamond Ridge Motorsports Chevrolet Monte Carlo 29 Steve Grissom Meineke Gary Bechtel
Dotter Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 08 Bobby Dotter Hyde Tools Bobby Dotter
Group III Racing Ford Thunderbird 18 L. W. Miller (R) Unifirst Uniforms n/a
Hensley Motorsports Chevrolet Monte Carlo 63 Curtis Markham (R) Lysol Hubert Hensley
Houston Racing Ford Thunderbird 6 Tommy Houston Red Devil Enamels Tommy Houston
KEL Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 57 Jason Keller Budget Gourmet Joe Keller
Labonte Motorsports Chevrolet Monte Carlo 14 Terry Labonte MW Windows Bob Labonte
44 David Green Slim Jim
Laughlin Racing Ford Thunderbird 35 Doug Heveron Cincinnati Milacron Mike Laughlin
Lepage Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 71 Kevin Lepage Vermont Teddy Bear Company Kevin Lepage
Mark Rypien Motorsports Pontiac Grand Prix 23 Chad Little Bayer/Harris-Teeter Greg Pollex
Martin Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 92 Larry Pearson Stanley Tools Mac Martin
Moroso Racing Ford Thunderbird 20 Bobby Hillin, Jr. Fina Lube Dick Moroso
Owen Racing Ford Thunderbird 90 Mike Wallace Duron Paints Barry Owen
Papke Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 99 Phil Parsons Luxaire Bill Papke
Parker Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 72 Tracy Leslie MGM Brakes Ron Parker
Petty Enterprises Pontiac Grand Prix 43 Rodney Combs WCW Richard Petty
RaDiUs Motorsports Ford Thunderbird 55 Tim Fedewa Duragloss Ray DeWitt
Reiser Enterprises Chevrolet Monte Carlo 17 Robbie Reiser FDP Brakes Robbie Reiser
Roush Racing Ford Thunderbird 60 Mark Martin Winn-Dixie Jack Roush
Sadler Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 1 Hermie Sadler DeWalt Bell Sadler
Shoemaker Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 64 Dirk Stephens Dura Lube Dennis Shoemaker
ST Motorsports Chevrolet Monte Carlo 47 Jeff Fuller (R) Sunoco 260 Tad Geschickter
Taylor Motorsports Chevrolet Monte Carlo 40 Patty Moise Dial/Purex Doug Taylor
Team 34 Chevrolet Monte Carlo 34 Mike McLaughlin Black Flag/French's Mustard Frank Cicci
Whitaker Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo 7 Stevie Reeves Clabber Girl Ed Whitaker

Goody's 300 Edit

The Goody's 300 was held February 18 at Daytona International Speedway. Michael Waltrip won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. Chad Little
  2. Michael Waltrip
  3. Terry Labonte
  4. Kenny Wallace
  5. Rich Bickle
  6. Jim Bown
  7. Jeff Green
  8. Mark Martin
  9. Jeff Purvis
  10. Johnny Benson

Goodwrench 200 Edit

The Goodwrench 200 was held February 25 at North Carolina Speedway. David Green won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. Chad Little
  2. Mark Martin
  3. Terry Labonte
  4. Johnny Benson
  5. Morgan Shepherd
  6. Phil Parsons
  7. Derrike Cope
  8. Mike Wallace
  9. Joe Bessey
  10. Jeff Green

Hardee's 250 Edit

The Hardee's 250 was held March 4 at Richmond International Raceway. Chad Little won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. Kenny Wallace
  2. Terry Labonte
  3. Johnny Benson
  4. Mike McLaughlin
  5. Jason Keller
  6. Stevie Reeves
  7. Tommy Houston
  8. Bobby Dotter
  9. Phil Parsons
  10. Randy Porter

Busch Light 300 Edit

The Busch Light 300 was held March 11 at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Mark Martin won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. Johnny Benson
  2. Ken Schrader
  3. Jim Bown
  4. Tim Fedewa
  5. Hermie Sadler
  6. Rodney Combs
  7. Larry Pearson
  8. Derrike Cope
  9. Rick Wilson
  10. Elton Sawyer

Opryland USA 320 Edit

The Opryland USA 320 was held March 17 at Nashville Speedway USA. Darrell Waltrip won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. David Green
  2. Chad Little
  3. Terry Labonte
  4. Kenny Wallace
  5. Larry Pearson
  6. Johnny Benson
  7. Mike McLaughlin
  8. Darrell Waltrip
  9. Robbie Reiser
  10. Jeff Green

Mark III Vans 200 Edit

The Mark III Vans 200 was held March 25 at Darlington Raceway. Tim Fedewa won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. Larry Pearson
  2. Johnny Benson
  3. Mark Martin
  4. Chad Little
  5. Phil Parsons
  6. Steve Grissom
  7. Joe Nemechek
  8. Bobby Hillin, Jr.
  9. Kevin Lepage
  10. Jason Keller

Goody's 250 Edit

The Goody's 250 was held April 1 at Bristol Motor Speedway. David Green won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. Steve Grissom
  2. Mark Martin
  3. Chad Little
  4. Kenny Wallace
  5. Terry Labonte
  6. Johnny Benson
  7. Brad Teague
  8. Mike Wallace
  9. Curtis Markham
  10. Jason Keller


Sundrop 400 Edit

The Sundrop 400 was held April 15 at Hickory Motor Speedway. David Green won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. Johnny Benson
  2. Hermie Sadler
  3. Mike McLaughlin
  4. Jason Keller
  5. Bobby Dotter
  6. Dennis Setzer
  7. Jeff Fuller
  8. Curtis Markham
  9. Jim Bown
  10. Pete Silva

NE Chevy Dealers 250 Edit

The NE Chevy Dealers 250 was held May 13 at New Hampshire International Speedway. Mike McLaughlin won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. Chad Little
  2. Elton Sawyer
  3. Mike Wallace
  4. Mike McLaughlin
  5. Johnny Benson
  6. Dennis Setzer
  7. Johnny Rumley
  8. Tracy Leslie
  9. Tom Bolles
  10. Larry Pearson

Meridian Advantage 200 Edit

The Meridian Advantage 200 was held May 21 at Nazareth Speedway. David Green won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. Tim Fedewa
  2. Doug Heveron
  3. Johnny Benson
  4. Jeff Green
  5. David Green
  6. Bobby Dotter
  7. Jason Keller
  8. Elton Sawyer
  9. Jeff Fuller
  10. Joe Bessey

Red Dog 300 Edit

The Red Dog 300 was held May 27 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Rich Bickle won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. Chad Little
  2. Jeff Green
  3. Tracy Leslie
  4. Mark Martin
  5. Ken Schrader
  6. Jason Keller
  7. Terry Labonte
  8. Rich Bickle
  9. Jeff Purvis
  10. Kevin Lepage

GM Goodwrench/Delco 200 Edit

The GM Goodwrench/Delco 200 was held June 3 at Dover International Speedway. Tracy Leslie won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. Mike McLaughlin
  2. Mike Wallace
  3. Ricky Craven
  4. Jason Keller
  5. Dale Jarrett
  6. Johnny Rumley
  7. Phil Parsons
  8. Hermie Sadler
  9. Chad Little
  10. Jimmy Spencer

Carolina Pride / Red Dog 250 Edit

The Carolina Pride / Red Dog 250 was held June 10 at Myrtle Beach Speedway. Jeff Green won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. Larry Pearson
  2. Jason Keller
  3. Dennis Setzer
  4. Jeff Green
  5. Bobby Dotter
  6. Rodney Combs
  7. Curtis Markham
  8. Mike McLaughlin
  9. Johnny Benson
  10. Elton Sawyer

Lysol 200 Edit

The Lysol 200 was held June 25 at Watkins Glen International Raceway. Terry Labonte won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. Terry Labonte
  2. Chad Little
  3. Ricky Craven
  4. Mike McLaughlin
  5. Jeff Green
  6. Steve Grissom
  7. Johnny Benson
  8. Curtis Markham
  9. Hermie Sadler
  10. Phil Parsons

Sears Auto Center 250 Edit

The Sears Auto Center 250 was held July 2 at The Milwaukee Mile. Dennis Setzer won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. Dale Jarrett
  2. Larry Pearson
  3. Jeff Green
  4. Dennis Setzer
  5. Mike McLaughlin
  6. Jason Keller
  7. Curtis Markham
  8. Chad Little
  9. Mike Wallace
  10. Rich Bickle

Humminbird Fishfinder 500K Edit

The Humminbird Fishfinder 500K was held July 22 at Talladega Superspeedway. Jeff Purvis won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. Chad Little
  2. Jimmy Spencer
  3. Kenny Wallace
  4. Joe Nemechek
  5. Johnny Benson
  6. Mike Wallace
  7. Patty Moise
  8. Rick Wilson
  9. Ken Schrader
  10. Elton Sawyer

Ford Credit 300 Edit

The Ford Credit 300 was held July 29 at South Boston Speedway. Curtis Markham won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. Chad Little
  2. Mike McLaughlin
  3. David Green
  4. Larry Pearson
  5. Ward Burton
  6. Bobby Dotter
  7. Elton Sawyer
  8. Elliott Sadler
  9. Buckshot Jones
  10. Kevin Lepage

Kroger 200 Edit

The Kroger 200 was held August 4 at Indianapolis Raceway Park. Elton Sawyer won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. Jason Keller
  2. Elton Sawyer
  3. Mike McLaughlin
  4. Tracy Leslie
  5. Tommy Houston
  6. Hermie Sadler
  7. Bobby Dotter
  8. Ward Burton
  9. Jeff Green
  10. Jeff Fuller

Detroit Gasket 200 Edit

The Detroit Gasket 200 was held August 19 at Michigan International Speedway. Dale Jarrett won the pole. Jarrett had led the most laps in the race and won, but was disqualified for a rules violation, giving the win to Mark Martin.

Top Ten Results

  1. Mark Martin
  2. Terry Labonte
  3. Randy LaJoie
  4. Ricky Craven
  5. Johnny Benson
  6. Phil Parsons
  7. Jimmy Spencer
  8. Ward Burton
  9. Ken Schrader
  10. Mike McLaughlin

Food City 250 Edit

The Food City 250 was held August 25 at Bristol Motor Speedway. Stevie Reeves won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. Steve Grissom
  2. Jeff Green
  3. Tim Fedewa
  4. Chad Little
  5. Terry Labonte
  6. David Green
  7. Tommy Houston
  8. Kevin Lepage
  9. Jimmy Spencer
  10. Jeff Fuller

Gatorade 200 Edit

The Gatorade 200 was held September 2 at Darlington Raceway. Larry Pearson won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. Mark Martin
  2. Johnny Benson
  3. Ward Burton
  4. Phil Parsons
  5. Joe Nemechek
  6. Mike Wallace
  7. Jason Keller
  8. Elton Sawyer
  9. Jeff Green
  10. Mike McLaughlin

Autolite 250 Edit

The Autolite 250 was held September 8 at Richmond International Raceway. Randy LaJoie won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. Dale Jarrett
  2. Mark Martin
  3. Johnny Benson
  4. Steve Grissom
  5. Terry Labonte
  6. Jimmy Spencer
  7. David Green
  8. Kenny Wallace
  9. Randy LaJoie
  10. Elton Sawyer

MBNA 200 Edit

The MBNA 200 was held September 16 at Dover International Speedway. Jason Keller won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. Johnny Rumley
  2. Hermie Sadler
  3. Phil Parsons
  4. Steve Grissom
  5. Mike Wallace
  6. Doug Heveron
  7. Mike McLaughlin
  8. Jeff Green
  9. Johnny Benson
  10. Rodney Combs

All Pro Bumper to Bumper 300 Edit

The All Pro Bumper to Bumper 300 was held October 7 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Bobby Dotter won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. Mark Martin
  2. Dale Jarrett
  3. Jeff Purvis
  4. Jeff Fuller
  5. Mike McLaughlin
  6. Morgan Shepherd
  7. Larry Pearson
  8. Terry Labonte
  9. Chuck Bown
  10. Kenny Wallace

AC-Delco 200 Edit

The AC-Delco 200 was held October 21 at North Carolina Speedway. Johnny Benson won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. Todd Bodine
  2. Mike Wallace
  3. Johnny Benson
  4. Ward Burton
  5. David Green
  6. Steve Grissom
  7. Rich Bickle
  8. Mark Martin
  9. Randy LaJoie
  10. Kevin Lepage

Jiffy Lube Miami 300 Edit

The inaugural Jiffy Lube Miami 300 was held November 5 at the Miami-Dade Homestead Motorsports Complex. Joe Nemechek won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. Dale Jarrett
  2. Tim Fedewa
  3. Jason Keller
  4. Michael Waltrip
  5. Mark Martin
  6. Phil Parsons
  7. Joe Nemechek
  8. Jeff Fuller
  9. Johnny Benson
  10. Curtis Markham

Final Points Standings Edit

  1. Johnny Benson - 3688
  2. Chad Little - 3284
  3. Mike McLaughlin - 3273
  4. Jason Keller - 3211
  5. Jeff Green - 3182
  6. Larry Pearson - 3029
  7. Tim Fedewa - 3022
  8. Phil Parsons - 2985
  9. Elton Sawyer - 2952
  10. Jeff Fuller - 2845
  11. Rodney Combs - 2782
  12. David Green - 2714
  13. Hermie Sadler - 2694
  14. Bobby Dotter - 2636
  15. Curtis Markham - 2584
  16. Tracy Leslie - 2530
  17. Terry Labonte - 2490
  18. Kevin Lepage - 2355
  19. Doug Heveron - 2326
  20. Mike Wallace - 2295
  21. Tommy Houston - 2069
  22. Mark Martin - 2037
  23. Dennis Setzer - 2036
  24. Jim Bown - 2026
  25. Patty Moise - 1901
  26. Steve Grissom - 1816
  27. Kenny Wallace - 1814
  28. Johnny Rumley - 1708
  29. Stevie Reeves - 1454
  30. Robbie Reiser - 1444
  31. Ward Burton - 1389
  32. Dale Jarrett - 1376
  33. Rich Bickle - 1220
  34. Jimmy Spencer - 1177
  35. Rick Wilson - 1173
  36. Dirk Stephens - 1030
  37. Randy LaJoie - 1029
  38. Jeff Purvis - 999
  39. Randy Porter - 994
  40. Ken Schrader - 984
  41. Buckshot Jones - 833
  42. Joe Nemechek - 783
  43. Ricky Craven - 761
  44. Joe Bessey - 733
  45. Morgan Shepherd - 715
  46. Bobby Hillin, Jr. - 616
  47. Ed Berrier - 596
  48. Michael Waltrip - 595
  49. Kirk Shelmerdine - 562
  50. Jeremy Mayfield - 535

Rookie of the Year Edit

Jeff Fuller, driving for the first-year ST Motorsports was named the 1995 Busch Series Rookie of the Year, finishing in the top-ten six times. His closest runner-up was Curtis Markham, who finished 15th in the final standings. Buckshot Jones and David Bonnett were the only two contenders that season, both of whom ran limited schedules that season.

External links Edit

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