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Stanton Barrett is a NASCAR driver and Hollywood stuntman. He has driven in the Sprint Cup Series and Xfinity Series, as well in the IndyCar Series.
#95 Barrett passes the spun out car of #49 Brent Sherman after Bobby Labonte's blown engine at the 2006 Bristol spring Cup race.
Barrett made his NASCAR debut in the Busch Series at the 1992 Food City 250 at the age of 19, finishing 26th out of 29 cars following an accident on lap 39. He made a few limited starts with his own small team in the Busch Series for several years, finishing a career best 5th at the spring race at Atlanta in 1996 with Petro Express along with a successful finish in IMSA GT1 event at Road Atlanta finishing 4th, after running as high as 3rd with 2 laps to go and being run off course by a lapped car.
In 1999, he ran several races replacing Kerry Earnhardt in the Channellock Chevy for Darwin Oordt but left the team and replaced by Butch Miller after 15 races. He finished out the year for Steve Coulter, competing in the final three races of the season for him. 1999 was also the year he made his Winston Cup debut, at the Las Vegas 400 for Junie Donlavey, starting 42nd and finished 30th in the #90 Nestle Ford Taurus. After only qualifying for two of the several races he attempted with Donlavey that year, he joined Tri-Star Motorsports for the 2000 Daytona 500 with sportcut.com as a sponsor. He attempted the Bud Shootout qualifier for drivers who ran the fastest in 2nd-round-qualifying in 1999, but crashed, and did not make the 500. He attempted one Busch race for Jimmy Spencer and several Washington-Ervin Motorsports respectively, qualifying respectfully for Dr. Pepper. He made one Busch start for Kevin Lepage at California Speedway, than made six starts in the #91 for Jody Looney, with Pabst Blue Ribbon and Bojangles' sponsoring. He had a best finish of 20th. He took full control of the team in 2002, making twelve starts with a best finish of 20th.
In 2003, he signed with Jack Roush's Busch Series team and posted four top ten finished and lead numerous races, but sponsorship woes forced the team to close down. He returned to driving his own car, but only finished one race. In 2004, Barrett returned to Nextel Cup driving the #94 car owned by Dave Watson that Barrett managed and ran out of Barrett's shop. He failed to finish a race for the team, and also made failed attempts to qualify for Means-Jenkins Motorsports. For 2005, Barrett attempted another part-time Cup Schedule with the #92 Chevy for Front Row Motorsports. Barrett stopped running FRM's cars out of his shop, so Barrett revived his team, Stanton Barrett Motorsports, which formerly fielded his #91 AmericInn/Bojangles Chicken and Biscuits Chevys and later Fords. With cars purchased from Cal Wells #32 team, as well as the #92, his first race in the #95 was at Bristol qualifying 23rd with funding from a local Bristol sign company. The next race he got made, he did with absolutely no sponsor, he finished 42nd, due to an ill handling car at Dover where he wrecked out of turn four in the unsponsored SBM Chevy. The last race of the year he got in was the Phoenix race, which he got funding from CHEETAH Electrical Speed Systems, but blew a tire early, putting him out of the race. He started that year in the Busch Series in the #36 DCT Motorsports Chevy, was 20th in points, when he departed and signed for a one race deal with #40 car at FitzBradshaw Racing to field a car at both California and Richmond.
In 2006, Barrett attempted most of the races on the schedule, before sponsorship woes caused him to cut back on his schedule and run select Busch races. After running a limited partnership with Rick Ware Racing, Ware provided a shop and crew for Barrett's Cup team and cars, changing from #95 to #30, and fielded ca
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