1993 NASCAR Winston Cup Series

1993 NASCAR Winston Cup Series

The 1993 NASCAR Winston Cup Series Season began on February 7 and ended on November 14. Dale Earnhardt of Richard Childress Racing won the title, the sixth of his career.

1993 was marked by the deaths of two Winston Cup drivers, though neither were on-track in any form. 1992 Champion Alan Kulwicki was killed on April 1 in a plane crash near Blountville, Tennessee. He was travelling to Bristol Motor Speedway in a corporate jet belonging to his sponsor, Hooters. Davey Allison died on July 13, a day after a helicopter crash at Talladega Superspeedway left him with severe head trauma.

See also: 1993 NASCAR Busch Series

Busch Clash

The Busch Clash, an invitational event for all pole winners of the previous season, was held February 7 at Daytona International Speedway. Ernie Irvan drew the pole.

Top Ten Results

# 3-Dale Earnhardt
# 25-Ken Schrader
# 4-Ernie Irvan
# 6-Mark Martin
# 5-Ricky Rudd
# 28-Davey Allison
# 42-Kyle Petty
# 8-Sterling Marlin
# 11-Bill Elliott
# 7-Alan Kulwicki

Gatorade 125s

The Gatorade 125s, qualifying races for the Daytona 500, were held February 11 at Daytona International Speedway. Kyle Petty and Dale Jarrett won the poles for both races, respectively.

Race One: Top Ten Results

# 24-Jeff Gordon
# 11-Bill Elliott
# 42-Kyle Petty
# 25-Ken Schrader
# 90-Bobby Hillin, Jr.
# 28-Davey Allison
# 83-Lake Speed
# 44-Rick Wilson
# 9-Chad Little
# 14-Terry Labonte

Race Two: Top Ten Results

# 3-Dale Earnhardt
# 15-Geoff Bodine
# 18-Dale Jarrett
# 4-Ernie Irvan
# 7-Alan Kulwicki
# 5-Ricky Rudd
# 8-Sterling Marlin
# 41-Phil Parsons
# 27-Hut Stricklin
# 26-Brett Bodine


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= GM Goodwrench 500 =

The GM Goodwrench 500 was held February 28 at North Carolina Speedway. Mark Martin won the pole.

Top Ten Results

# 2-Rusty Wallace
# 3-Dale Earnhardt
# 4-Ernie Irvan
# 7-Alan Kulwicki
# 6-Mark Martin
# 18-Dale Jarrett
# 55-Ted Musgrave
# 41-Phil Parsons
# 15-Geoff Bodine, 1 Lap down
# 14-Terry Labonte, 1 Lap down

Failed to qualify: 49-Stanley Smith

Pontiac Excitement 400

The Pontiac Excitement 400 was held March 7 at Richmond International Raceway. Ken Schrader won the pole.

Top Ten Results

# 28-Davey Allison
# 2-Rusty Wallace
# 7-Alan Kulwicki
# 18-Dale Jarrett
# 42-Kyle Petty
# 24-Jeff Gordon
# 6-Mark Martin
# 17-Darrell Waltrip
# 33-Harry Gant
# 3-Dale Earnhardt, 1 Lap down

Failed to qualify: 45-Rich Bickle

*This would be Davey Allison's final win.

Motorcraft Quality Parts 500

The Motorcraft Quality Parts 500 was scheduled March 14 but was held March 20 at Atlanta Motor Speedway. The race was postponed to the effects of The Storm of the Century. Rusty Wallace won the pole.

Top Ten Results

# 21-Morgan Shepherd
# 4-Ernie Irvan
# 2-Rusty Wallace
# 24-Jeff Gordon, 1 Lap down
# 5-Ricky Rudd, 1 Lap down
# 15-Geoff Bodine, 1 Lap dwn
# 42-Kyle Petty, 1 Lap down
# 26-Brett Bodine, 1 Lap down
# 11-Bill Elliott, 2 Laps down
# 12-Jimmy Spencer, 3 Laps down

Failed to qualify: 45-Rich Bickle, 84-Rick Crawford, 48-James Hylton, 61-Rick Carelli

*Winning this race gave Morgan Shepherd his fourth career NASCAR Cup victory overall, and his third at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

TranSouth 500

The TranSouth 500 was held March 28 at Darlington Raceway. Dale Earnhardt won the pole.

Top Ten Results

# 3-Dale Earnhardt
# 6-Mark Martin
# 18-Dale Jarrett
# 25-Ken Schrader
# 2-Rusty Wallace
# 7-Alan Kulwicki
# 42-Kyle Petty
# 15-Geoff Bodine
# 14-Terry Labonte
# 21-Morgan Shepherd

Failed to qualify: 62-John McFadden

Food City 500

The Food City 500 was held April 4 at Bristol Motor Speedway. Rusty Wallace won the pole. During the weekend of this race, defending Cup champion Alan Kulwicki and three Hooters executives were killed in a plane crash on their way to this race.

Top Ten Results

# 2-Rusty Wallace
# 3-Dale Earnhardt
# 42-Kyle Petty
# 12-Jimmy Spencer
# 28-Davey Allison
# 17-Darrell Waltrip
# 21-Morgan Shepherd
# 6-Mark Martin
# 26-Brett Bodine
# 1-Rick Mast

Failed to qualify: 48-James Hylton

First Union 400

The First Union 400 was held April 18 at North Wilkesboro Speedway. Brett Bodine won the pole.

Top Ten Results

# 2-Rusty Wallace
# 42-Kyle Petty
# 25-Ken Schrader
# 28-Davey Allison
# 17-Darrell Waltrip
# 14-Terry Labonte
# 5-Ricky Rudd
# 21-Morgan Shepherd
# 8-Sterling Marlin
# 11-Bill Elliott

Failed to qualify: 49-Stanley Smith

Hanes 500

The Hanes 500 was held April 25 at Martinsville Speedway. Geoff Bodine won the pole.

Top Ten Results

# 2-Rusty Wallace
# 28-Davey Allison
# 18-Dale Jarrett
# 17-Darrell Waltrip
# 42-Kyle Petty
# 15-Geoff Bodine
# 26-Brett Bodine
# 24-Jeff Gordon
# 14-Terry Labonte
# 6-Mark Martin

Failed to qualify: 9-P.J. Jones, 52-Jimmy Means

Winston 500

The Winston 500 was held May 2 at Talladega Superspeedway. Dale Earnhardt won the pole. On the final lap approaching the checkered flag, Rusty Wallace was spun and flipped end over end.

Top Ten Results

# 4-Ernie Irvan
# 12-Jimmy Spencer
# 18-Dale Jarrett
# 3-Dale Earnhardt
# 20-Joe Ruttman
# 2-Rusty Wallace
# 28-Davey Allison
# 98-Derrike Cope
# 7-Jimmy Hensley
# 30-Michael Waltrip

Failed to qualify: Delma Cowart (#0), P. J. Jones (#9), Steve Kinser (#31) James Hylton (#48), Stanley Smith (#49), Ben Hess (#62), Jerry O'Neil (#65), Dave Marcis (#71), Phil Barkdoll (#73)

Save Mart Supermarkets 300K

The Save Mart Supermarkets 300K was held May 16 at Sears Point International Raceway. Dale Earnhardt won the pole.

Top Ten Results

# 15-Geoff Bodine
# 4-Ernie Irvan
# 5-Ricky Rudd
# 25-Ken Schrader
# 42-Kyle Petty
# 3-Dale Earnhardt
# 16-Wally Dallenbach, Jr.
# 44-Rick Wilson
# 14-Terry Labonte
# 27-Hut Stricklin

Failed to qualify: 51-Rick Scribner, 09-R.K. Smith, 48-Jack Sellers

Coca-Cola 600

The Coca-Cola 600 was held May 30 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Ken Schrader won the pole.

Top Ten Results

# 3-Dale Earnhardt
# 24-Jeff Gordon
# 18-Dale Jarrett
# 25-Ken Schrader
# 4-Ernie Irvan
# 11-Bill Elliott
# 12-Jimmy Spencer
# 22-Bobby Labonte
# 21-Morgan Shepherd
# 15-Geoff Bodine

Failed to qualify: 38-Bobby Hamilton, 48-James Hylton, 49-Stanley Smith, 64-Johnny Chapman, 65-Jerry O'Neil, 84-Rick Crawford, 85-Ken Bouchard

Budweiser 500

The Budweiser 500 was held June 6 at Dover International Speedway. Ernie Irvan won the pole.

Top Ten Results

# 3-Dale Earnhardt
# 18-Dale Jarrett
# 28-Davey Allison
# 6-Mark Martin
# 25-Ken Schrader
# 1-Rick Mast
# 33-Harry Gant
# 12-Jimmy Spencer
# 21-Morgan Shepherd
# 38-Bobby Hamilton

Failed to qualify: 56-Jerry Hill, 80-Jimmy Horton, 85-Ken Bouchard

Champion Spark Plug 500

The Champion Spark Plug 500 was held June 13 at Pocono Raceway. Ken Schrader won the pole.

Top Ten Results

# 42-Kyle Petty
# 25-Ken Schrader
# 33-Harry Gant
# 12-Jimmy Spencer
# 55-Ted Musgrave
# 28-Davey Allison
# 21-Morgan Shepherd
# 8-Sterling Marlin
# 5-Ricky Rudd
# 11-Bill Elliott

Failed to qualify: Jimmy Horton (#80)

Miller Genuine Draft 400

The Miller Genuine Draft 400 was held June 20 at Michigan International Speedway. Brett Bodine won the pole.

Top Ten Results

# 5-Ricky Rudd
# 24-Jeff Gordon
# 4-Ernie Irvan
# 18-Dale Jarrett
# 2-Rusty Wallace
# 6-Mark Martin
# 21-Morgan Shepherd
# 8-Sterling Marlin
# 11-Bill Elliott
# 33-Harry Gant

Failed to qualify: 48-Trevor Boys, 81-Jeff Davis

Pepsi 400

The Pepsi 400 was held July 3 at Daytona International Speedway. Ernie Irvan won the pole.

Top Ten Results

# 3-Dale Earnhardt
# 8-Sterling Marlin
# 25-Ken Schrader
# 5-Ricky Rudd
# 24-Jeff Gordon
# 6-Mark Martin
# 4-Ernie Irvan
# 18-Dale Jarrett
# 14-Terry Labonte
# 55-Ted Musgrave

Failed to qualify: 45-Rich Bickle, 62-Clay Young

Slick 50 300

The Slick 50 300 was held July 11 at New Hampshire International Speedway. Mark Martin won the pole. This was the last race for Davey Allison, who would die from injuries suffered in a helicopter accident during the next week. Top Ten Results

# 2-Rusty Wallace
# 6-Mark Martin
# 28-Davey Allison
# 18-Dale Jarrett
# 5-Ricky Rudd
# 8-Sterling Marlin
# 24-Jeff Gordon
# 42-Kyle Petty
# 11-Bill Elliott
# 22-Bobby Labonte

Failed to qualify: 62-Clay Young

Miller Genuine Draft 500

The Miller Genuine Draft 500 was held July 18 at Pocono Raceway. Ken Schrader won the pole.

Top Ten Results

# 3-Dale Earnhardt
# 2-Rusty Wallace
# 11-Bill Elliott
# 21-Morgan Shepherd
# 26-Brett Bodine
# 25-Ken Schrader
# 8-Sterling Marlin
# 18-Dale Jarrett
# 33-Harry Gant
# 17-Darrell Waltrip

Failed to qualify: 52-Jimmy Means, 56-Jerry Hill, 57-Bob Schacht, 78-Jay Hedgecock

DieHard 500

The DieHard 500 was held July 25 at Talladega Superspeedway. Bill Elliott won the pole.

The race was marred by two major accidents: Stanley Smith suffered near-fatal head injuries in a lap 69 accident while Jimmy Horton flew over the wall and landed on an access road outside the track in the same crash. Later in the race, on lap 132, Neil Bonnett flew into the catchfence similar to the Bobby Allison crash in 1987. That resulted in the introduction of roof flaps in 1994.

Top Ten Results

# 3-Dale Earnhardt
# 4-Ernie Irvan
# 6-Mark Martin
# 42-Kyle Petty
# 18-Dale Jarrett
# 68-Greg Sacks
# 21-Morgan Shepherd
# 33-Harry Gant
# 26-Brett Bodine
# 16-Wally Dallenbach, Jr.

Failed to Qualify:29-Kerry Teague, 38-Bobby Hamilton, 45-Rich Bickle, 46-Buddy Baker, 62-Clay Young

Budweiser At The Glen

The Budweiser At The Glen was held August 8 at Watkins Glen International Raceway. Mark Martin won the pole and had the all-dominating car in the race. However, problems in the pits at one point put him out of the top 20 in the race. Martin raced up through the field and inherited the lead with 5 laps when the two leaders, Kyle Petty and Dale Earnhardt, crashed in the esses.

Top Ten Results

# 6-Mark Martin
# 16-Wally Dallenbach, Jr.
# 12-Jimmy Spencer
# 11-Bill Elliott
# 25-Ken Schrader
# 8-Sterling Marlin
# 22-Bobby Labonte
# 9-P. J. Jones
# 40-Kenny Wallace
# 33-Harry Gant

Failed to qualify: 29-Kerry Teague, 65-Jerry O'Neil, 71-Dave Marcis, 77-Davy Jones, 81-Jeff Davis

Champion Spark Plug 400

The Champion Spark Plug 400 was held August 15 at Michigan International Speedway. Ken Schrader won the pole.

Top Ten Results

# 6-Mark Martin
# 21-Morgan Shepherd
# 24-Jeff Gordon
# 18-Dale Jarrett
# 55-Ted Musgrave
# 2-Rusty Wallace
# 28-Lake Speed
# 22-Bobby Labonte
# 3-Dale Earnhardt
# 11-Bill Elliott

Failed to qualify: 29-John Krebs, 37-Loy Allen, 48-James Hylton, 53-Richie Petty, 62-Clay Young, 76-Ron Hornaday, Jr., 81-Jeff Davis, 85-Ken Bouchard, 95-Jeremy Mayfield, 02-T.W. Taylor, Andy Genzman

Bud 500

The Bud 500 was held August 28 at Bristol Motor Speedway. Mark Martin won the pole.

Top Ten Results

# 6-Mark Martin
# 2-Rusty Wallace
# 3-Dale Earnhardt
# 33-Harry Gant
# 1-Rick Mast
# 7-Jimmy Hensley
# 26-Brett Bodine
# 15-Geoff Bodine
# 40-Kenny Wallace
# 30-Michael Waltrip

Failed to qualify: 9-P.J. Jones, 45-Rich Bickle, 55-Ted Musgrave, 75-Todd Bodine

Mountain Dew Southern 500

The Mountain Dew Southern 500 was held September 5 at Darlington Raceway. Ken Schrader won the pole. Ernie Irvan negotiated out of his contract with Morgan-McClure Motorsports in order to take over the #28 Texaco-Havoline Ford for Robert Yates Racing.

Top Ten Results

# 6-Mark Martin
# 26-Brett Bodine
# 2-Rusty Wallace
# 3-Dale Earnhardt
# 28-Ernie Irvan
# 5-Ricky Rudd
# 33-Harry Gant
# 21-Morgan Shepherd
# 25-Ken Schrader
# 40-Kenny Wallace

Failed to qualify: 48-Trevor Boys, 56-Jerry Hill, Jeff McClure

Miller Genuine Draft 400

The Miller Genuine Draft 400 was held September 11 at Richmond International Raceway. Bobby Labonte won the pole.

Top Ten Results

# 2-Rusty Wallace
# 11-Bill Elliott
# 3-Dale Earnhardt
# 5-Ricky Rudd
# 26-Brett Bodine
# 6-Mark Martin
# 17-Darrell Waltrip
# 14-Terry Labonte
# 42-Kyle Petty
# 24-Jeff Gordon

Failed to qualify: 45-Rich Bickle, 53-Richie Petty, 80-Jimmy Horton, 02-T.W. Taylor

SplitFire Spark Plug 500

The SplitFire Spark Plug 500 was held September 19 at Dover International Speedway. Rusty Wallace won the pole. Geoff Bodine left Bud Moore Engineering after the previous race to drive for the #7 Family Ford team, a car that he had just purchased from the family of the late Alan Kulwicki.

Top Ten Results

# 2-Rusty Wallace
# 25-Ken Schrader
# 17-Darrell Waltrip
# 18-Dale Jarrett
# 33-Harry Gant
# 12-Jimmy Spencer
# 22-Bobby Labonte
# 14-Terry Labonte
# 21-Morgan Shepherd
# 11-Bill Elliott

Failed to qualify: 48-Trevor Boys, 66-Mike Wallace, 84-Norm Benning, 02-T.W. Taylor

Goody's 500

The Goody's 500 was held September 26 at Martinsville Speedway. Ernie Irvan won the pole.

Top Ten Results

# 28-Ernie Irvan
# 2-Rusty Wallace
# 12-Jimmy Spencer
# 5-Ricky Rudd
# 18-Dale Jarrett
# 26-Brett Bodine
# 14-Terry Labonte
# 30-Michael Waltrip
# 21-Morgan Shepherd
# 42-Kyle Petty

Failed to qualify: 52-Jimmy Means

Tyson/Holly Farms 400

The Tyson/Holly Farms 400 was held October 3 at North Wilkesboro Speedway. Ernie Irvan won the pole.

Top Ten Results

# 2-Rusty Wallace
# 3-Dale Earnhardt
# 28-Ernie Irvan
# 42-Kyle Petty
# 5-Ricky Rudd
# 33-Harry Gant
# 14-Terry Labonte
# 1-Rick Mast
# 18-Dale Jarrett
# 25-Ken Schrader

Failed to qualify: 37-Loy Allen, 45-Rich Bickle, 48-James Hylton, 52-Jimmy Means, 68-Greg Sacks, 71-Dave Marcis

Mello Yello 500

The Mello Yello 500 was held October 10 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Jeff Gordon won the pole.

Top Ten Results

# 28-Ernie Irvan
# 6-Mark Martin
# 3-Dale Earnhardt
# 2-Rusty Wallace
# 24-Jeff Gordon
# 12-Jimmy Spencer
# 42-Kyle Petty
# 5-Ricky Rudd
# 25-Ken Schrader
# 11-Bill Elliott

Failed to qualify: 35-Bill Venturini, 37-Loy Allen, 47-Billy Standridge, 71-Dave Marcis, 84-Norm Benning, 99-Brad Teague, 02-T.W. Taylor, Jeff McClure

AC Delco 500

The AC Delco 500 was held October 24 at North Carolina Speedway. Mark Martin won the pole.

Top Ten Results

# 2-Rusty Wallace
# 3-Dale Earnhardt
# 11-Bill Elliott
# 33-Harry Gant
# 6-Mark Martin
# 28-Ernie Irvan
# 17-Darrell Waltrip
# 25-Ken Schrader
# 41-Dick Trickle
# 7-Geoff Bodine

Failed to qualify: 47-Billy Standridge, 65-Jerry O'Neil, 84-Norm Benning

Slick 50 500

The Slick 50 500 was held October 31 at Phoenix International Raceway. Bill Elliott won the pole.

Top Ten Results

# 6-Mark Martin
# 28-Ernie Irvan
# 42-Kyle Petty
# 3-Dale Earnhardt
# 11-Bill Elliott
# 5-Ricky Rudd
# 17-Darrell Waltrip
# 22-Bobby Labonte
# 30-Michael Waltrip
# 1-Rick Mast

Failed to qualify: 13-Stan Fox, 36-Butch Gilliland, 48-Jack Sellers, 51-Rick Scribner, 52-Scott Gaylord, 81-Jeff Davis

Hooters 500

The Hooters 500 was held November 14 at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Harry Gant won the pole. In this race, Dale Earnhardt clinched his sixth championship, needing to finish no lower than 34th to claim the title.

Top Ten Results

# 2-Rusty Wallace
# 5-Ricky Rudd
# 17-Darrell Waltrip
# 11-Bill Elliott
# 41-Dick Trickle
# 30-Michael Waltrip
# 18-Dale Jarrett
# 55-Ted Musgrave
# 75-Phil Parsons
# 3-Dale Earnhardt

Failed to qualify: 9-P. J. Jones, 47-Billy Standridge, 52-Jimmy Means, 57-Bob Schacht, 62-Clay Young, 72-John Andretti, 84-Norm Benning, 95-Jeremy Mayfield, Andy Genzman, Rick Crawford

Final Points Standings

#Dale Earnhardt - 4526
#Rusty Wallace - 4446
#Mark Martin - 4150
#Dale Jarrett - 4000
#Kyle Petty - 3860
#Ernie Irvan - 3834
#Morgan Shepherd - 3807
#Bill Elliott - 3774
#Ken Schrader - 3715
#Ricky Rudd - 3644
#Harry Gant - 3524
#Jimmy Spencer - 3496
#Darrell Waltrip - 3479
#Jeff Gordon - 3447
#Sterling Marlin - 3355
#Geoff Bodine - 3338
#Michael Waltrip - 3291
#Terry Labonte - 3280
#Bobby Labonte - 3221
#Brett Bodine - 3183
#Rick Mast - 3001
#Wally Dallenbach, Jr. - 2978
#Kenny Wallace - 2893
#Hut Stricklin - 2866
#Ted Musgrave - 2853
#Derrike Cope - 2787
#Bobby Hillin, Jr. - 2717
#Rick Wilson - 2647
#Phil Parsons - 2454
#Dick Trickle - 2224
#Davey Allison - 2104
#Jimmy Hensley - 2001
#Dave Marcis - 1970
#Lake Speed - 1956
#Greg Sacks - 1730
#Jimmy Means - 1471
#Bobby Hamilton - 1348
#Jimmy Horton - 841
#Jeff Purvis - 774
#Todd Bodine - 715
#Alan Kulwicki - 625
#P. J. Jones - 498
#Joe Ruttman - 417
#Joe Nemechek - 389
#Loy Allen Jr. - 362
#Mike Wallace - 343
#Jim Sauter - 295
#Rich Bickle - 292
#Rick Carelli - 258
#John Andretti - 250


= Rookie of the Year =

After his contract was bought from Bill Davis Racing, Jeff Gordon drove the #24 Hendrick Motorsports Chevy in 1993. He won one pole, had eleven top-tens and finished 14th in points. His next closest competitor was Bobby Labonte who had replaced Gordon at BDR. He had six top-tens and one pole, while third-place finisher Kenny Wallace had only three top-tens. The last place runner was P. J. Jones, who declared late in the season and only ran six races for Melling Racing.

External links

* [http://racing-reference.info/raceyear?yr=1993&series=W Winston Cup Standings and Statistics for 1993]


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