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Steve Park
Park in 1999
Born (1967-08-23) August 23, 1967
East Northport, New York
Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series career
183 races run over 9 years
2011 position 52nd
Best finish 11th (2000)
First race 1997 The Bud At The Glen (Watkins Glen)
Last race 2011 Aaron's 499 (Talladega)
First win 2000 Global Crossing @ The Glen (Watkins Glen)
Last win 2001 KMart/Dura Lube 400 (Rockingham)
Wins Top tens Poles
2 35 4
NASCAR Xfinity Series career
56 races run over 8 years
Best finish 3rd (1997)
First race 1990 Pontiac 300 (Nazareth)
Last race 2006 Kroger 200 (IRP)
First win 1997 BellSouth Mobility / Opryland 320 (Nashville Speedway)
Last win 1997 Autolite Platinum 250 (Richmond)
Wins Top tens Poles
3 29 1
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series career
65 races run over 7 years
Best finish 9th (2004)
First race 1996 Cummins 200 (IRP)
Last race 2010 Lucas Oil 150 (Phoenix)
First win 2005 American Racing Wheels 200 (California)
Wins Top tens Poles
1 16 1
NASCAR K&N Pro Series East
Years active 1990, 1996, 2006–2010
Starts 42
Wins 3
Poles 1
Best finish 5th in 2009
Previous series
1986–1996
2004–2005
Whelen Modified Tour
Statistics current as of June 13, 2012.

Stephen "Steve" Park (born August 23, 1967)[1] is an American former professional stock car racing driver. He won races in NASCAR's two top Northeast touring series (Modified and K&N East) and all three national divisions (Camping World Truck, Nationwide, Sprint Cup).

Park began racing not in an entry-level class, but in NASCAR Modifieds on Long Island as the youngest of four sons of longtime National Modified Championship contender Bob Park. After establishing himself in weekly Modified racing at Riverhead Raceway, he advanced to the NASCAR Featherlite Modified Series. He won several races and became a championship contender before moving on to the Busch Series.

NASCAR career

1996–1997

Park was first hired by seven time Winston Cup Champion Dale Earnhardt in 1996. Initially, Park refused to return Dale's phone messages, who was calling with interest to hire Park, thinking his friends were pranking him. After finally being convinced that the real Dale Earnhardt was calling him, Park made one start in the No. 31 Busch Series car in Charlotte in October that resulted in a 29th-place finish. Park was then given a full-time ride in Dale's No. 3 AC-Delco car for the 1997 Busch Series season where he posted 3 wins and walked away with Rookie of the Year honors.

1997–1999

Park came to the Winston Cup Series as the driver for the No. 14 team of Dale Earnhardt Inc. (DEI) in 1997. He attempted eight races in this car, qualifying for four of them. He also ran a race in the No. 40 car at Martinsville Speedway for Felix Sabates. In the 1998 season, Park switched to the No. 1 Chevrolet for DEI and drove the first two races, but he failed to qualify at the third race of the year at Las Vegas. During practice for the fourth event of the year at Atlanta Motor Speedway, Park suffered a tire failure and had three hard hits before his car came to rest. He sustained a broken leg, broken collarbone, broken shoulder blade, and two chipped front teeth.[2] Park returned later in the year at Indianapolis Motor Speedway and ran the rest of the year. He posted a best finish of 11th at Michigan and Dover.[3]

In 1999, his first of only two full Sprint Cup seasons, Park finished 30 of 34 races. He went out with handling problems at Daytona and Charlotte, an engine failure at the other Daytona race, and a crash at Sears Point. In the Sears Point crash, Park spun around in turn two and backed into an embankment, thrusting his car up into the air and over onto the top of a tire barrier. Park posted a best finish of sixth in the Kmart 400 at Michigan and finished 14th in the point standings.[4]

2000–2001

Park's 2001 Cup car at Dover (at the time being driven by Kenny Wallace)

During the 2000 NASCAR Winston Cup Series, Park would grab his first win at his home track of Watkins Glen, winning the 2000 Global Crossing @ The Glen.

In 2001, Park's year began with a frightening note in the Daytona 500, as his car was one of eighteen that were demolished in a pileup on lap 173 that also sent Tony Stewart flipping through the air. Park had led for several laps right before the crash. Although he was uninjured, Park pounded the roof of his car after climbing out. The crash would be overshadowed by Dale Earnhardt's fatal crash on the last lap.

The following week, Park scored an emotional win for DEI by winning the Dura Lube 400 at North Carolina Speedway. The same season, driving in the Busch Series, Park was involved in a crash at Darlington Raceway while driving the No. 31 Chevrolet owned by Ted Marsh.[5] Under caution and still driving on the track, Park's steering wheel came off, causing him to yank a hard left. By complete chance, lap down car Larry Foyt was speeding up to join the lap down line at the same time Park turned.[5] Park was T-boned on the driver's side upon collision with Foyt's car.[5] The severity of the crash caused a massive brain injury as well as several broken ribs. Foyt said that the car was traveling "well over 100 miles per hour." Park was left with noticeably blurry eyes, and slurred speech as a result of the accident and some have theorized that he never fully recovered from his injuries. The near-fatal crash marked the beginning of Park's long ongoing struggles to get back into NASCAR's divisions.

2002–2003

Park missed the first four races in 2002, but he returned to race at the fifth race of the year at Darlington. He had many accidents, however. The largest incident was a flip at Pocono Raceway, where he spun into and was turned by his teammate Dale Earnhardt, Jr. and hit the infield barrier with tremendous velocity, cause him to flip over.[6] The race had a 65-minute red flag to repair the old-fashioned guardrail highway barrier that Park hit.[6] The barriers were replaced afterwards.

During the 2003 NASCAR Winston Cup Series, Dale Earnhardt, Inc. let Park go midway into the season, and he was effectively "traded" to Richard Childress Racing for Jeff Green, who took over the No. 1 car from Park with Park taking over the No. 30 car for Childress. A few days later, he won the pole for the Winston All Star Open, but at the start of the race he jumped the start and had to start from the rear. He never made it to the next round. His best finish at RCR was a 5th-place finish at Michigan that June, as he fought then teammate Robby Gordon for that position.

2004–2005

At the end of the 2003 season, Park announced he would not return to the No. 30 car and would join the Craftsman Truck Series the following season. He joined Las Vegas-owned team Orleans Racing and piloted the No. 62 truck, vacated by Brendan Gaughan who was offered a ride in the No. 77 Nextel Cup car for Penske Racing. Although Park never won a race in 2004, he finished 9th in CTS driver points, and was voted Most Popular Driver by his peers.

In 2005 Park won the Craftsman Truck Series American Racing Wheels 200, the second race of the season at California Speedway, and became the tenth driver to win a race in all three of NASCAR's top racing series (one of seven drivers to accomplish the feat in the 2005 season alone). However, Park and the team struggled the rest of the season, and in October, right before the truck race in Martinsville, Park and Orleans Racing parted ways due to Dodge pulling support and money to many truck teams.

2008–2010

Park's 2009 East Series car

In 2008 Park signed with NDS Motorsports and drove the No. 35 Monte Carlo in all 13 of the NASCAR Camping World East Series events. He finished 9th in the standings with his best finish being second place at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

In 2009 Park returned to race in the No. 35 Monte Carlo in the NASCAR Camping World East Series. He finished 5th in the point standings. Park made a single start in the Chevy for Corrie Stott Racing in the series, starting 31st and finishing 25th.[7] On August 1, 2009, he won the Edge Hotel 150 at Adirondack International Speedway. It was his first East Series win since July 1, 1996 at Nazareth Speedway.[8]

In 2010 Park returned again to race in the East Series. Park also drove the numbers 46 and 41 Vandyk Baler Corp/ Bollegraaf Toyotas in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series for Eddie Sharp Racing in 2010 for three races (two in the 41 and one in the 46), with a best finish of 18th at Chicagoland Speedway.

Park returned to the Sprint Cup Series in July 2010, driving the No. 36 Chevrolet for Tommy Baldwin Racing. In his first Sprint Cup Series race in several years, Park started the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona from the 39th position, as qualifying was rained out. He went on to finish 13th and led one lap. Park's fan-sponsored car was painted to honor Richie Evans, a nine-time NASCAR Modified champion who was killed in a racing accident shortly after winning his final championship in 1985.

2011

Park ran one race for Tommy Baldwin Racing at Talladega, however he retired from the race after completing only four laps. He also attempted the Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway later that year, but he failed to qualify. The fan-sponsored New Hampshire car was intended to honor six-time Modified Series champion owner Len Boehler.[9] He also ran two races on the NASCAR Southern Modified Tour, finishing fifth at Connecticut's Thompson Speedway and twelfth at Charlotte.

Post-NASCAR

In October 2012, Park spoke to ESPN in support of IMPACT (Immediate Post-Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing) and other neurological testing for drivers in the wake of his former teammate Dale Earnhardt, Jr. being sidelined after sustaining a concussion at Talladega. Park himself was a victim of crashes that took him out of action.

Return to NASCAR (2013)

Park entered a Whelen Modified Tour race during Speedweeks at Daytona. The race was run as part of the inaugural UNOH Battle at the Beach to open Daytona's new backstretch .4 mile short-oval configuration.

On the final lap Park was pushed from behind by Eric Goodale into race leader Mike Stefanik and inadvertently wound up winning the race. It was Park's first modified racing victory since 1996. Stefanik was visibly upset with the incident, calling it "just bullshit".[10]

Personal life

In late 2008, Park was married to longtime girlfriend, Jessica Skarpalezos at Sea Island, Georgia. On January 2, 2010, Park announced on his website the birth of his son Jayden Robert Park.

In a May 2016 "Where Are They Now?" interview with KeepIt35.com, Park mentioned that he currently works at Batteries Plus Bulbs in Mooresville, NC, a franchise that he currently owns.

Motorsports career results

NASCAR

(key) (Bold – Pole position awarded by qualifying time. Italics – Pole position earned by points standings or practice time. * – Most laps led.)

Sprint Cup Series

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 NSCC Pts Ref
1997 Dale Earnhardt, Inc. 14 Chevy DAY CAR RCH ATL DAR TEX BRI MAR SON TAL CLT DOV POC MCH CAL DAY NHA POC
DNQ
IND GLN
33
MCH BRI DAR RCH NHA
DNQ
DOV
DNQ
CLT
DNQ
TAL CAR
33
PHO
41
ATL
15
51st 326 [11]
Team SABCO 40 Chevy MAR
41
1998 Dale Earnhardt, Inc. 1 Chevy DAY
41
CAR
31
LVS
DNQ
ATL
Wth
DAR BRI TEX MAR TAL CAL CLT DOV RCH MCH POC SON NHA POC IND
35
GLN
18
MCH
11
BRI
34
NHA
41
DAR
24
RCH
27
DOV
11
MAR
24
CLT
36
TAL
41
DAY
33
PHO
24
CAR
35
ATL
17
41st 1322 [12]
1999 DAY
34
CAR
26
LVS
16
ATL
32
DAR
12
TEX
32
BRI
23
MAR
25
TAL
37
CAL
24
RCH
34
CLT
42
DOV
16
MCH
6
POC
13
SON
42
DAY
42
NHA
12
POC
8
IND
15
GLN
12
MCH
20
BRI
31
DAR
10
RCH
16
NHA
15
DOV
9
MAR
12
CLT
10
TAL
14
CAR
15
PHO
15
HOM
19
ATL
12
14th 3481 [13]
2000 DAY
31
CAR
9
LVS
43
ATL
4
DAR
39
BRI
7
TEX
19
MAR
25
TAL
32
CAL
16
RCH
11
CLT
9
DOV
19
MCH
29
POC
15
SON
17
DAY
33
NHA
28
POC
15
IND
16
GLN
1*
MCH
33
BRI
5
DAR
10
RCH
4
NHA
34
DOV
4
MAR
11
CLT
7
TAL
19
CAR
6
PHO
3
HOM
8
ATL
18
11th 3934 [14]
2001 DAY
31
CAR
1
LVS
7
ATL
43
DAR
2*
BRI
9
TEX
2
MAR
19
TAL
31
CAL
15
RCH
4
CLT
22
DOV
2
MCH
23
POC
32
SON
40
DAY
20
CHI
41
NHA
6
POC
13
IND
7*
GLN
10
MCH
9
BRI
7
DAR
INQ
RCH DOV KAN CLT MAR TAL PHO CAR HOM ATL NHA 32nd 2854 [15]
2002 DAY CAR LVS ATL DAR
39
BRI
24
TEX
20
MAR
24
TAL
34
CAL
22
RCH
34
CLT
38
DOV
39
POC
23
MCH
32
SON
23
DAY
34
CHI
27
NHA
32
POC
43
IND
7
GLN
39
MCH
41
BRI
26
DAR
36
RCH
11
NHA
29
DOV
26
KAN
30
TAL
6
CLT
15
MAR
16
ATL
15
CAR
24
PHO
21
HOM
17
33rd 2694 [16]
2003 DAY
29
CAR
21
LVS
10
ATL
16
DAR
20
BRI
30
TEX
39
TAL
20
MAR
24
CAL
40
RCH
43
32nd 2923 [17]
Richard Childress Racing 30 Chevy CLT
27
DOV
32
POC
35
MCH
27
SON
41
DAY
39
CHI
26
NHA
8
POC
25
IND
15
GLN
26
MCH
5
BRI
29
DAR
20
RCH
31
NHA
34
DOV
26
TAL
DNQ
KAN
22
CLT
36
MAR
12
ATL
36
PHO
39
CAR
34
HOM
19
2004 Ultra Motorsports 7 Dodge DAY CAR LVS ATL DAR BRI TEX MAR TAL CAL RCH CLT
DNQ
DOV POC MCH SON DAY CHI NHA POC IND GLN MCH BRI CAL RCH NHA DOV TAL KAN CLT MAR ATL PHO DAR HOM NA - [18]
2010 Tommy Baldwin Racing 36 Chevy DAY CAL LVS ATL BRI MAR PHO TEX TAL RCH DAR DOV CLT POC MCH SON NHA DAY
13
CHI IND POC GLN MCH BRI ATL RCH NHA DOV KAN CAL CLT MAR TAL TEX PHO HOM 62nd 129 [19]
2011 35 DAY PHO LVS BRI CAL MAR TEX TAL
42
RCH DAR DOV CLT KAN POC MCH SON DAY KEN NHA IND POC GLN MCH BRI ATL RCH CHI NHA
DNQ
DOV KAN CLT TAL MAR TEX PHO HOM 52nd 2 [20]
- Withdrew after getting injured in practice · - Qualified but replaced by Kenny Wallace
Daytona 500
Year Team Manufacturer Start Finish
1998 Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Chevrolet 33 41
1999 23 34
2000 36 31
2001 25 31
2003 Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Chevrolet 32 29

Busch Series

NASCAR Busch Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 NBSC Pts Ref
1990 Bill Weeb 84 Pontiac DAY
DNQ
RCH CAR MAR HCY DAR BRI LAN SBO NZH
28
HCY CLT DOV ROU VOL MYB OXF NHA SBO DUB IRP ROU BRI DAR RCH DOV MAR CLT NHA CAR MAR 98th 79 [21]
1991 DAY
DNQ
RCH CAR MAR VOL HCY DAR BRI LAN SBO NZH CLT DOV ROU HCY MYB GLN OXF NHA SBO DUB IRP ROU BRI DAR RCH DOV CLT NHA CAR MAR NA - [22]
1995 Steve Park 84 Chevy DAY CAR RCH ATL NSV DAR BRI HCY NHA NZH CLT DOV MYB GLN MLW TAL SBO IRP MCH BRI DAR RCH DOV
27
CLT CAR HOM 94th 82 [23]
1996 Dale Earnhardt, Inc. 31 Chevy DAY CAR RCH ATL NSV DAR BRI HCY NZH CLT DOV SBO MYB GLN MLW NHA TAL IRP MCH BRI DAR RCH DOV CLT
29
CAR HOM 91st 76 [24]
1997 3 DAY
7
CAR
32
RCH
3
ATL
42
LVS
8
DAR
34
HCY
13
TEX
35
BRI
6
NSV
1*
TAL
2
NHA
2
NZH
29
CLT
16
DOV
5
SBO
13
GLN
6
MLW
5*
MYB
9
GTY
15
IRP
8
MCH
1
BRI
2
DAR
5
RCH
1
DOV
5
CLT
6
CAL
2
CAR
6
HOM
12
3rd 4080 [25]
1999 Grubb Motorsports 83 Chevy DAY CAR LVS ATL DAR TEX
DNQ
NSV BRI TAL CAL NHA RCH NZH CLT DOV SBO GLN MLW MYB PPR GTY IRP MCH BRI DAR RCH DOV CLT CAR MEM PHO NA - [26]
Marsh Racing 84 Chevy HOM
DNQ
2000 31 DAY CAR LVS
DNQ
ATL DAR
17
BRI TEX
13
NSV TAL CAL RCH
6
NHA
10
CLT DOV SBO MYB GLN MLW NZH PPR GTY
25
IRP MCH BRI DAR
DNQ
RCH
DNQ
DOV
9
CLT
DNQ
CAR
12
MEM PHO
41
HOM
29
43rd 999 [27]
2001 DAY CAR LVS ATL DAR
7
BRI TEX NSH TAL CAL RCH
9
NHA
6
NZH CLT DOV
5
KEN MLW GLN CHI
42
GTY PPR IRP MCH BRI
4
DAR
38
RCH DOV KAN CLT MEM PHO CAR HOM 46th 840 [28]
2003 Dale Earnhardt, Inc. 8 Chevy DAY CAR LVS
4
DAR BRI TEX TAL NSH CAL RCH GTY NZH CLT DOV NSH KEN MLW DAY CHI NHA PPR IRP MCH BRI DAR RCH DOV KAN CLT MEM ATL PHO CAR HOM 102nd 160 [29]
2006 Marsh Racing 31 Chevy DAY CAL MXC LVS
30
ATL BRI TEX NSH PHO TAL RCH
41
DAR
39
CLT DOV
37
NSH KEN MLW DAY CHI NHA MAR GTY
30
IRP
32
GLN MCH BRI CAL RCH DOV KAN CLT MEM TEX PHO HOM 77th 351 [30]

Camping World Truck Series

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 NCWTC Pts Ref
1996 Walker Evans Racing 02 Dodge HOM PHO POR EVG TUS CNS HPT BRI NZH MLW LVL I70 IRP
11
FLM 50th 408 [31]
NEMCO Motorsports 87 Chevy GLN
QL
NSV RCH
Roehrig Motorsports 18 Chevy NHA
4
MAR NWS SON MMR PHO
Dale Earnhardt, Inc. 76 Chevy LVS
15
1997 WDW TUS HOM PHO POR EVG I70 NHA TEX BRI NZH MLW LVL CNS HPT IRP FLM NSV GLN RCH MAR SON MMR CAL PHO
25
LVS 111th 88 [32]
2004 Orleans Racing 62 Dodge DAY
27
ATL
12
MAR
26
MFD
27
CLT
12
DOV
13
TEX
10
MEM
11
MLW
4
KAN
4
KEN
6
GTW
31
MCH
17
IRP
22
NSH
5
BRI
9
RCH
12
NHA
14
LVS
3*
CAL
8
TEX
12
MAR
23
PHO
6
DAR
5
HOM
23
9th 3138 [33]
2005 DAY
23
CAL
1
ATL
35
MAR
24
GTY
13
MFD
20
CLT
5
DOV
36
TEX
16
MCH
31
MLW
7
KAN
32
KEN
8
MEM
12
IRP
30
NSH
15
BRI
15
RCH
18
NHA
12
LVS
30
MAR 22nd 2275 [34]
Bill Davis Racing 67 Toyota ATL
34
TEX
16
PHO HOM
2006 HT Motorsports 59 Ford DAY CAL ATL
25
GTY
18
CLT
28
DOV
21
TEX
21
MCH
31
MLW
16
KAN
14
KEN MEM IRP NSH BRI NHA LVS TAL MAR ATL TEX PHO HOM 35th 971 [35]
Dodge MAR
36
MFD
10
2009 Corrie Stott Racing 02 Chevy DAY CAL ATL MAR KAN CLT DOV TEX MCH MLW MEM KEN IRP NSH BRI CHI IOW GTW NHA LVS MAR TAL
25
TEX PHO HOM 90th 88 [36]
2010 Sharp Hartman Racing 41 Toyota DAY ATL MAR NSH KAN DOV CLT TEX MCH IOW GTY IRP POC NSH DAR BRI CHI
18
KEN
25
NHA LVS MAR TAL TEX 66th 303 [37]
Eddie Sharp Racing 46 Toyota PHO
19
HOM
- Qualified for Joe Nemechek

K&N Pro Series East

NASCAR K&N Pro Series East results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 NKNPSEC Pts Ref
1990 Bill Weeb 84 Pontiac DAY RCH
DNQ
CAR MAR OXF NZH
28
OXF DOV JEN EPP MND OXF NHA
DNQ
HOL OXF IRP OXF TMP RPS NHA
13
TMP DOV EPP NHA 43rd 271 [38]
1996 Allen Avery 31 Olds DAY LEE JEN
8
NZH HOL 25th 1478 [39]
09 NHA
1*
TIO BEE TMP
29
NZH
1
NHA
13
STA
14
GLN
2
EPP RPS LEE NHA
2
NHA
36
BEE TMP
21
LRP
4
2006 NDS Motorsports 35 Ford GRE STA HOL TMP ERI NHA ADI WFD NHA DOV
2
LRP 48th 175 [40]
2007 53 GRE ELK IOW SBO STA NHA TMP MCM ADI LRP MFD NHA DOV
8
57th 142 [41]
2008 35 Chevy GRE
8
IOW
7
SBO
8
NHA
28
TMP
22
MCM
6
ADI
14
DOV
4
STA
26
9th 1727 [42]
Dodge GLN
5
LRP
7
MFD
18
NHA
2
2009 Chevy GRE
7
TRI
15
IOW
17
SBO
13
GLN
6
NHA
10
TMP
2*
ADI
1
LRP
11
NHA
8
DOV
6
5th 1571 [43]
2010 Spraker Racing 08 Chevy GRE SBO IOW MAR
30
NHA
25
LRP LEE GRE NHA 35th 261 [44]
Olsen Racing 54 Chevy DOV
21

Camping World West Series

NASCAR K&N Pro Series West results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 NCWWSC Pts Ref
2009 NDS Motorsports 35 Chevy CTS AAS PHO
3
MAD IOW DCS SON IRW PIR MMP CNS IOW AAS 45th 170 [45]

ARCA Racing Series

(key) (Bold – Pole position awarded by qualifying time. Italics – Pole position earned by points standings or practice time. * – Most laps led.)

ARCA Racing Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 ARSC Pts Ref
2010 NDS Motorsports 53 Ford DAY PBE SLM TEX TAL TOL POC MCH IOW MFD POC BLN NJE ISF CHI DSF TOL SLM KAN CAR
35
134th 55 [46]

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  2. ^ Steve Park Career History
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  4. ^ Steve Park 1999 Winston Cup Statistics
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