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Jack Sprague has already has the distinction of being the only three-time NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Champion - 1997, 1999 and 2001. In addition he is the leading NCTS money winner exceeding $5 million in winnings. He holds the series' record for most poles won, 26 total and is second on the all-time win list with 24 trips to victory lane. Sprague holds series records for total top-five and top-10 finishes, miles completed, miles led and most races finished on the lead lap.
The 2005 season has been a trying one for Jack despite collecting a win earlier this season at Texas and sitting on the pole for the Milwaukee race. Jack currently sits in the 11th spot in the overall driver's standings - a mere 32 points out of the top-10. When the opportunity to join Wyler Racing came about.
"I am very excited about this opportunity with the Wyler's and Toyota," said Jack. "My time with XPress was awesome but we just decided it was time to part ways and luckily this position with Wyler became available to me. Jeff Wyler reminds me a lot of Rick Hendrick and that was the most comfortable situation I have ever had in my career. I have worked with Tony Furr (No. 60 crew chief) in the past and we really had fun so I expect some good times ahead for us. The Toyota trucks have been awesome all year and trust me I have noticed them as they pass me."
Wyler Racing joined the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series at the end of June with their debut coming at The Milwaukee Mile. In 10 races thus far, the Wyler racing Toyota has garnered two top-five starting positions and a best finish of ninth at New Hampshire last month.
2004 marked Sprague's return to full-time NCTS competition in the No. 16 Xpress Motorsports Chevy Trucks Silverado and a return to the series where he has experienced the most success. The 40 year-old Michigan native picked up right where he left off scoring one win, eight top-five and 13 top-10 finishes as well as capturing six poles.
Sprague's NCTS stats include 197 starts, 26 pole positions; 24 wins; 108 top-five finishes and 148 top-10 finishes. With Xpress Motorsports' back-to-back NCTS team championships, 2002 with Mike Bliss and 2003 with Travis Kvapil, the combo have an unprecedented five of the 10 possible championships to their credit.
"I am really looking forward to the increased level of competition in the NCTS. Especially with my old buddy Ron Hornaday back. We had some great battles in the earlier years and I am sure we will again. With other top drivers in the series, being on your game every single race weekend is more critical than ever. We are ready. Our goals are set to take the No. 60 Wyler Racing Toyota Tundra to victory lane and bring home another championship in 2006. I know I have at least one more championship in me and the team wants more trophies on their shelf as well."
Sprague never imagined he'd enjoy the kind of career success he's had when he first began his racing career driving street stock cars at a track located near his native Spring Lake, MI. A pair of track championships at Thunderbird and Winston Raceways in Muskegon, MI, quickly had Sprague looking for other challenges so he headed south to Charlotte, NC to try his hand in NASCAR Winston Racing Series Late Model Division competition. He had immediate success winning the Big Ten Championship at Concord (NC) Motorsports Park, the Cracker Classic at New Smyrna (FL) Speedway and the Speedworld 100 at Orlando, FL.
Over the next two seasons, Sprague was nearly unbeatable winning more than 30 Late Model Stock Car events. Another Big Ten title, as well as a NASCAR Winston Racing Series crown at Concord Motorsports Park was included in that mix.
Sprague continued to branch out in 1990 fielding his own NASCAR Busch Series entry in several events. Over the next three seasons, Sprague ran a select schedule of races with great success winning pole positions at Charlotte Motor and Dover Downs International Speedways. His best finish during this period came at New River Valley Speedway where he posted a second-place effort in the 1992 Grainger Select 200.
After a full season in the No. 74 Bace Motorsports Busch Series entry, Sprague returned to the Winston Racing Series ranks in 1994 winning a staggering 21 of 22 races he entered. The stellar season earned Sprague runner-up honors in the NASCAR Winston Racing Series Atlantic Region title chase.
The debut of the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series in 1995 proved to be a major career break for Sprague. After scoring 10 top-ten finishes in the un-sponsored Bruce Griffin-owned Chevrolet over the first 13 races of the season, Sprague received an offer to drive for NASCAR team owner Rick Hendrick for the final seven events of the season. The team posted five top-10 finishes in those events serving notice it would be a combination to watch in 1996.
Sprague wasted little time earning his first NCTS career victory winning the third race of the 1996 season - the Desert Star Classic at Phoenix (AZ) International Raceway. Four more wins and a second-place finish in the point's championship rounded out the rest of the 1996 season. He then grabbed his first NCTS title in 1997 winning three times and posting a whopping 16 top-five finishes in 26 events. Five more wins in 1998 and a three-win season in 1999, Sprague's second NCTS championship effort, followed. Through the first five years of the series, Sprague totaled 16 victories and 70 top-five finishes in 122 events. More impressively, Sprague had just six DNF's (did not finish) during that span.
The 2000 NCTS campaign proved to be an up and down affair for Sprague as three early wins had him at the forefront of the season championship battle. An uncharacteristic string of bad luck midway through the year dropped Sprague to fifth in the final season standings. The disappointment of the previous season fired Sprague's determination and set the stage for the 2001 season where he dominated the competition en route to a record third NCTS title. Scoring a record seven poles, four wins, 15 top-five finishes and 17 top-10 runs in 24 starts, he locked up the title to sit alone as the only three-time champion.
A solid 2002 season in the NASCAR Busch Series that included three poles, a win at Nashville Superspeedway and a top-five points ranking at season's end further added to Sprague's credentials as a competitor in any series, He was given the opportunity to move to the NASCAR Nextel Cup Series in 2003 but returning to the NCTS was always in the back of mind. Sprague was quick to rejoin the series with Xpress Motorsports when the opportunity presented itself in the fall of 2003.
"When I first heard that NASCAR was planning a series to race pickup trucks," Sprague explained. "I thought they were crazy. I watched the Winter Heat broadcasts and decided it might be a pretty cool thing to do. I got a chance to be there at the start and have loved racing trucks ever since. The NCTS fits me. It is a great series, very competitive and fun racing. I am happy to be here and ready to race and win."
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