Pre-1985

  • Graduate of Bob Bondurant, Jim Hall and Jim Russell racing schools
    1985

  • Began professional racing career at the age of eighteen in the Mazda Pro Series and the IMSA GTU championship
    1986

  • IMSA GTU & Firestone Firehawk Champion: Youngest champion in IMSA history & the first person to win two IMSA titles in one season
  • AARWBA All American Team
    1987

  • IMSA GTU Champion
  • Set the track record at the Willow Springs Raceway in a GTU car, a 1:23.82 or approximately 107 mph
  • First career Trans-Am & NASCAR starts
    1988

  • IMSA GTU Champion
  • AARWBA All American Team
    1989

  • First full Trans-Am season
  • Competed in SCCA Corvette Challenge, IMSA, and NASCAR
    1990

  • Trans-Am Champion
  • 3 NASCAR races (earning a career best 8th @ Watkins Glen) & a Busch series race
  • AARWBA All American Team
    1991

  • IMSA GTP series
  • First IROC season
  • Injured in crash at Watkins Glen
  • Graduated from UCLA with a degree in Economics
    1992

  • IMSA GTP series (partial schedule)
  • 1 NASCAR race
    1993

  • IMSA GTS Champion: First season with Roush Racing; included a class victory at the 24 Hours of Daytona
  • 2 Top-Ten Trans-Am finishes in 2 starts
    1994

  • Trans-Am Series: A championship contender the entire season, he suffered from penalties
  • Competed in first full IROC season
  • 1 NASCAR race
    1995

  • Trans-Am Champion
  • IROC participant
  • 24 Hours of Daytona GTS class victory
  • AARWBA All American Team
    1996

  • Trans-Am Champion
  • IROC participant
  • AARWBA All American Team
    1997

  • Trans-Am Champion: Won 11 consecutive races, breaking Mark Donohue’s nearly 30 year old record of 8 consecutive wins. This streak is unofficially termed the longest in any form of auto-racing worldwide
  • IROC participant
  • Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach Pro/Celebrity competitor (Pro winner)
  • RACER magazine’s Driver of the Year & Road Racer of the Year
  • AARWBA All American Team
  • Jerry Titus Memorial Trophy recipient: First SCCA driver to win this award in 25 years
    1998

  • 2 NASCAR races
  • IROC participant
  • Champ Car commentator
    1999

  • American Le Mans Series (ALMS): Competes in 12 Hours of Sebring
  • Champ Car commentator for ESPN
  • X-Games commentator for ESPN2
    2000

  • 1 ALMS race
  • 24 Hours of Le Mans
  • New-Beetle Cup All-Star race (charity event)
  • Champ Car commentator
    2001

  • Judge for Skip Barber’s CART Big Scholarship Runoff
    2002

  • Champ Car commentator for CBS & SPEED
  • Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach Pro/Celebrity Race participant
  • Judge for Skip Barber’s CART Big Scholarship Runoff
    2003

  • Champ Car commentator for SPEED
  • Inducted into Watkins Glen Walk of Fame
  • Grand Marshal for U.S. Vintage Grand Prix Mark Donohue Tribute weekend
    2004

  • Champ Car commentator for Spike TV
  • Trans-Am Series (2nd in championship, 2 wins, 6 poles)
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