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Kenny Wallace is an American professional stock car racing driver. He retired from NASCAR after a 2015 Xfinity Series race at Iowa, where he competed in the No. 20 Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing in a one-race deal. In a career spanning 25 years in NASCAR, Wallace had nine wins, all occurring in the Xfinity Series. Now retired from NASCAR competition, he continues to race on local dirt tracks across the country as a hobby.

In September 1988, Dale Earnhardt gave Wallace the seat for his first-ever NASCAR start, in which he finished 11th in the Busch Series race at Martinsville Speedway, driving the #8 GM Goodwrench Chevrolet. The following year, he raced the full Busch Series schedule in a car owned by brother Rusty Wallace, earning the 1989 Rookie of the Year award and finishing sixth in driver point standings. In 1990, he made his Winston Cup debut at North Wilkesboro Speedway in the #36 Pontiac for Randy Cox, finishing 26th after a late-race crash. He finished seventh in the Busch Series.

The following season, he won his first two career races and finished a career-best second in the Busch points, and subbed for Kyle Petty in two races in the Cup series.

In 1993, Wallace moved up to the Winston Cup Series full-time, driving the #40 Dirt Devil Pontiac Grand Prix for SABCO Racing. He had three top-10s and a 20 third place points finish, but lost his ride at the end of the season. He returned to the Busch Series to drive the #8 TIC Financial Systems Ford for FILMAR Racing. He picked up three wins and finished fourth in points. Toward the end of the season, he was hired by Robert Yates Racing to replace the injured Ernie Irvan in the Cup series. In 12 races, he finished in the top-10 three times. In 1995, Wallace and FILMAR split time between the Cup and Busch Series. Wallace had one win with the Red Dog Ford in the Busch Series, and made 11 starts in the Cup Series in the #81 car.

Wallace and FILMAR began racing in Cup full-time 1996 with funding from Square D. They had two top-10 finishes and a 20 eighth place points finish. Despite seven top-tens in 1998, Wallace and Square D left FILMAR to drive Andy Petree Racing's new #55 entry. Wallace finished in the top-10 five times and had a career-best 20 second place finish in points. After only one top-10 in 2000 and a 26th place finish in the points, he departed the team.

In 2001, he won his first race in seven years at North Carolina Speedway and finished tenth in points in the Busch Series.

Kenny Wallace's Busch Series accomplishments include nine wins, ten poles, and eight seasons in the top ten in driver points.  Kenny has also been voted Busch Series Most Popular Driver. 

Kenny has also found success in the world of television.  He is the co-host of two programs for Speed Channel each week; NASCAR This Morning, which airs before the Nextel Cup race each week, and NASCAR Victory Lane, which extends post-race coverage.

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