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Ricky Rudd is the Iron Man of NASCAR, starting the most consecutive races in history with 788.  Overall, Rudd made an incredible 906 starts winning 23 races over a 32 year career.  He may have only finished in the top three in points once, a second place finish in 1991, but was the 1977 Winston Cup Rookie of the year, the 1992 IROC Champion, and was named as one of NASCAR’s 50 Greatest Drivers.




The Bullet Points:

Country of Origin:
Norfolk County, Virginia, U.S.A.

Retired In:
2007

Sprint Cup Wins:
23

Poles:
29

Top Ten Finishes:
374

Top Ten Finishes (Season):
Sprint Cup Series:
1979: 9th
1981: 6th
1982: 9th
1983: 9th
1984: 7th
1985: 6th
1986: 5th
1987: 6th
1989: 8th
1990: 7th
1991: 2nd
1992: 7th
1994: 5th
1995: 9th
1996: 6th
2000: 5th
2001: 4th

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+1 #1 JAMES ALEXANDER 2014-03-13 15:40
MAJOR SHAME RICKY RUDD, NOT IN HALL OF FAME! TRUE IRON MAN, AND BATTLES WITH "DALE" LEGENDARY!
NASCAR STILL CAN'T EXPLAIN, LEGITIMATLY, TAKING THAT WIN FROM RICKY?? ONLY TIME IN WINSTON CUP HISTORY I BELEIVE.
GO ROOSTER, A TRUE HALL OF FAMER!!
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