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1994 NASCAR Busch Series

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1994 NASCAR Busch Series
Previous: 1993 Next: 1995
Champions | Seasons
David Green, the 1994 Busch Series champion
David Green, the 1994 Busch Series champion

The 1994 NASCAR Busch Series began February 19 and ended October 22. David Green of Labonte Motorsports won the championship.

Teams & Drivers

Complete schedule

Manufacturer Team No. Driver(s) Listed owner(s)
Chevrolet Alliance Motorsports 59 Dennis Setzer (R) Daniel Welch
BACE Motorsports 74 Johnny Benson Jr. (R) Bill Baumgardner
Beverly Racing 25 Hermie Sadler Don Beverly
D-R Racing 08 Bobby Dotter Ed Reizen
Hensley Motorsports 63 Jim Bown Hubert Hensley
J&J Racing 99 Robert Pressley 21 Bill Papke
Phil Parsons 4
Bobby Hillin Jr. 3
Labonte Motorsports 44 David Green Bob Labonte
Martin Racing 92 Larry Pearson Mac Martin
Moroso Racing 20 Randy LaJoie 27 Dick Moroso
Jimmy Hensley 1
Parker Racing 72 Tracy Leslie Ron Parker
Team 34 34 Mike McLaughlin Frank Cicci
RC Racing 2 Ricky Craven Ricky Craven
Ford FILMAR Racing 8 Kenny Wallace Filbert Marcotti
Mark Rypien Motorsports 23 Chad Little Mark Rypien
RaDiUs Motorsports 55 Tim Fedewa Ray DeWitt
Chevrolet
Ford
KEL Racing 57 Jason Keller Joe Keller

Part-time schedule

Manufacturer Teams No. Driver(s) Listed owner(s) Rounds
Buick Stub Fadden 16 Stub Fadden Stub Fadden 1
Unknown 95 Jay Fogleman 1
Chevrolet American Equipment Racing Jack Baldwin Buz McCall 2
Barry Bostick 41 Barry Bostick Barry Bostick 4
Brian Ross 73 Brian Ross Brian Ross 2
Brown Racing 06 Clay Brown Clay Brown 5
51 1
Greci Motorsports Andy Santerre Mike Greci 1
Tom Peck 1
Phoenix Racing Jeff Purvis James Finch 6
Buttke Racing 66 Nathan Buttke Arlin Buttke 7
Charles Powell 84 Robert Powell Charles Powell 1
DAJ Racing 32 Dale Jarrett Dale Jarrett 12
Dale Earnhardt, Inc. 3 Dale Earnhardt Dale Earnhardt, Inc. 13
Michael Waltrip 2
Andy Petree 1
Brevak Racing Bob Brevak Bob Brevak 1
Davison Motorsports 76 Pat Davison Pat Davison 3
Jeff Green 2
Edward Bolles Tom Bolles Edward Bolles 1
Day Enterprises 16 Chad Chaffin (R) Wayne Day 14
Clay Brown 1
Ferree Racing 46 Shawna Robinson Ed Ferree 14
Ed Ferree 1
John Alexander 2
Robert Pressley 1
Fast Track Racing Enterprises 42 Andy Hillenburg Andy Hillenburg 7
Fred Turner Racing 4 Sterling Marlin Fred Turner 9
Hermie Sadler 1
Mountain Racing Jamie Aube Allen Avery 1
Tom Milner Johnny Smith Tom Milner 2
Gene Petty Motorsports 88 Mike Skinner Gene Petty 7
David Hyder 1
Rich Bickle 1
George Crenshaw 07 George Crenshaw George Crenshaw 11
Greg Clark 53 Greg Clark Greg Clark 3
Grissom Racing Enterprises 31 Tom Peck Wayne Grissom 8
Steve Grissom 11
Hank Parker Racing 03 Hank Parker Sr. Hank Parker Sr. 2
David Bonnett 5
Ingram Racing 10 Jack Sprague Jack Ingram 1
Jeff Barry 22 Jeff Barry Jeff Barry 2
Johnny Rumley 00 Johnny Rumley Johnny Rumley 4
Junior Franks 54 Junior Franks Junior Franks 1
Ken Schrader Racing 52 Ken Schrader Ken Schrader 12
Kermit McGee 09 Jabe Jones Kermit McGee 2
Key Motorsports 05 Randy MacDonald Curtis Key 2
Tommy Ellis 9
Tom Peck 2
Labonte Motorsports 14 Terry Labonte Terry Labonte 20
Lasater Motorsports 5 Richard Lasater Dan Lasater 13
Levin Racing 19 Kirk Shelmerdine (R) Carol Levin 4
Lewis Motorsports 80 Ashton Lewis Jr. Ashton Lewis Sr. 3
MacDonald Motorsports 01 Randy MacDonald Randy MacDonald 2
McGee & Jones Racing 09 Jabe Jones (R) Kermit McGee 2
Moore Racing 47 Kelly Moore Richard Moore 3
Neil Bonnett 12 David Bonnett Neil Bonnett 2
NEMCO Motorsports 87 Joe Nemechek Joe Nemechek 11
89 John Nemechek 1
Owen Racing 9 Mike Wallace Barry Owen 24
Nathan Buttke 3
Payne Racing 27 Roy Payne Curtis Payne 24
Sherry Barkley 83 Sherry Barkley Sherry Barkley 1
Shoemaker Racing 64 Jimmy Spencer Dennis Shoemaker 5
Phil Parsons 2
Dick Trickle 5
Speedway Motorsports 56 Ronald Cooper Lewis Cooper 9
Truex Motorsports Martin Truex Sr. Martin Truex Sr. 1
58 1
Stan Barrett 91 Stanton Barrett Stan Barrett 3
Troy Beebe 93 Troy Beebe Troy Beebe 3
Whitaker Racing 7 Harry Gant Ed Whitaker 18
Unknown 1 Mike Stefanik 1
11 1
14 1
47 Kerry Teague 4
69 Brad Noffsinger 1
95 Brian Donley 1
98 Rich Bickle 2
02 Kenny Irwin Jr. 1
04 Ken Wallace Jr. 6
Jeff Green 1
Ford Akins-Sutton Motorsports 38 Elton Sawyer Bob Sutton 27
Bobby Allison Motorsports 82 Hut Stricklin Ron Zook 1
Elton Sawyer 1
Derrike Cope 11
Jimmy Kitchens 1
Butch Leitzinger 91 Butch Leitzinger Butch Leitzinger 1
Charles Hardy Racing 11 Bill Elliott Charles Hardy 1
Ernie Irvan Racing 28 Ernie Irvan Ernie Irvan 8
Mark Martin 1
Todd Bodine 1
H.S. Die Racing Team 86 Tim Steele Harold Steele 4
Glanville Motorsports 81 Jerry Glanville Jerry Glanville 1
Houston Racing 6 Tommy Houston Tommy Houston 21
K. R. Rezendes, Inc. 79 Dave Rezendes Dave Rezendes 26
Rexrode Galiano Motorsports 1 Mike Stefanik Rodney Rexrode
Joiann Galiano
3
Tommy Houston 1
Jeff Neal 7
Roush Racing 60 Mark Martin Jack Roush 14
Shepherd Racing 21 Morgan Shepherd Morgan Shepherd 10
Thackston Racing 24 Glenn Jarrett Marvin Thackston 1
Tobias Racing 50 Toby Tobias Jr. Toby Tobias Jr. 3
TTC Motrosports Inc. 45 Rich Bickle Gene Isenhour 1
Whitcomb Racing 15 Dirk Stephens (R) Bob Whitcomb 19
Unknown Harris DeVane 1
Earl Davis 1
Oldsmobile Coleman Rice 73 Eddie Johnson Coleman Rice 2
Dwight Huffman Racing 77 Eddie Sharp Dwight Huffman 1
Mountain Racing 09 Tom Rosati Allen Avery 2
Team Goewey 1 Andy Santerre Bryan Goewey 1
Pontiac Bahari Racing 30 Michael Waltrip Chuck Rider 8
Bob Bender 36 Tim Bender Bob Bender 3
Boisvert Racing 7 Dale Shaw Quint Boisvert 3
Doug Thorpe Jr. 84 Doug Thorpe Jr. Doug Thorpe Jr. 1
Douglas Motorsports 17 Johnny Chapman Jimmy Douglas 1
Michael Waltrip Racing Jeff Green Michael Waltrip 1
Jerry Francis 68 Chris Diamond Jerry Francis 5
Dick McCabe 0 Dick McCabe Dick McCabe 1
Ling Racing Robbie Crouch Don Ling, Sr. 1
6 1
Petty Enterprises 43 Rodney Combs Petty Enterprises 25
Dick Trickle 1
Robert Pressley 1
Victory Motorsports 42 David Blankenship Unknown 1
Unknown 01 Pete Silva 1
Chevrolet
Pontiac
Laughlin Racing Products 35 Randy Porter (R) Mike Laughlin 19
Robert Pressley 6
Jimmy Hensley 1
NLW Motorsports 0 Mike Garvey (R) Ned LaWarre 14
Reiser Racing 17 Robbie Reiser Robbie Reiser 13
Wegner Racing 33 Bobby Labonte Carl Wegner 12
Chevrolet
Oldsmobile
Henderson Brothers Racing 75 Doug Heveron Charlie Henderson 24
Joe Bessey Motorsports 97 Joe Bessey Nancy Bessey 12
Linville Racing 62 Robbie Stanley John Linville 1
Rob Young 1
Mark Thomas Racing 96 Stevie Reeves (R) Mark Thomas 27
John Ritch 02 Michael Ritch John Ritch 4
Phil Parsons Racing 29 Phil Parsons Marcia Parsons 11
Chevrolet
Buick
Ivan Murphy 70 Bobby Dragon Ivan Murphy 1
Dale Fischlein 6
Lepage Racing 71 Kevin Lepage (R) Kevin Lepage 25
Chevrolet
Ford
Three Star Motorsports 22 Ed Berrier Three Star Motorsports 4
Tom Milner 41 Johnny Rumley Tom Milner 11
Johnny Smith 3
Chevrolet
Ford
Pontiac
Taylor Motorsports 40 Dale Williams Doug Taylor 3
Patty Moise 11
Unknown Unknown 77 David Bonnett 1
1
Eddie Goodson 3
Junior Miller 2
Junior Franks 2
Martin Truex Sr. 1
Johnny Chapman 3
Johnny Rumley 1
Glenn Brewer 1
Robert Huffman 1
Franklin Butler III 3
Kurt Owens 2
Mike Knight 2
John Alexander 1
Toby Porter 1
Mark Whitaker 1
Tom Bolles 1
Babe Branscombe 1
Bob Brunell 1
Scott Deware 1
Brian Donley 1
Ed Ferree 1
Bryan Goewey 1
Jerry Marquis 1
Barney McRae 1
Steve Nowakowski 1
Pete Rondeau 1
Glenn Sullivan 1

Notes:

  • If under "team", the owner's name is listed and in italics, that means the name of the race team that fielded the car is unknown.

Races

Goody's 300

The Goody's 300 was held February 19 at Daytona International Speedway. The No. 30 of Michael Waltrip won the pole and ran well until he lost the right half of his rear spoiler late in the race.

Top ten results

  1. 3-Dale Earnhardt
  2. 32-Dale Jarrett
  3. 23-Chad Little
  4. 14-Terry Labonte
  5. 28-Ernie Irvan
  6. 4-Sterling Marlin
  7. 21-Morgan Shepherd
  8. 8-Kenny Wallace
  9. 99-Robert Pressley
  10. 31-Tom Peck

• This was Earnhardt's 21st and final win in the Busch Grand National Series, as well as his fifth straight victory in the Goody's 300, a record that still stands today.

Goodwrench 200

The Goodwrench 200 was held February 26 at North Carolina Speedway. Robert Pressley won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 14-Terry Labonte
  2. 7-Harry Gant
  3. 25-Hermie Sadler
  4. 20-Randy LaJoie
  5. 99-Robert Pressley
  6. 31-Tom Peck
  7. 56-Ronald Cooper
  8. 60-Mark Martin
  9. 59-Dennis Setzer
  10. 9-Mike Wallace

Notable DNQ's: Larry Pearson

Hardee's 250

The Hardee's 250 was held March 5 at Richmond International Raceway. The No. 44 of David Green won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 87-Joe Nemechek
  2. 8-Kenny Wallace
  3. 7-Harry Gant
  4. 38-Elton Sawyer
  5. 25-Hermie Sadler
  6. 14-Terry Labonte
  7. 2-Ricky Craven
  8. 60-Mark Martin
  9. 55-Tim Fedewa
  10. 57-Jason Keller

Notable DNQ's: No. 3-Dale Earnhardt

Busch Light 300

The Busch Light 300 was held March 12 at Atlanta Motor Speedway. The No. 46 of Shawna Robinson* won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 7-Harry Gant
  2. 92-Larry Pearson
  3. 35-Randy Porter
  4. 14-Terry Labonte
  5. 72-Tracy Leslie
  6. 97-Joe Bessey
  7. 20-Randy LaJoie
  8. 59-Dennis Setzer
  9. 32-Dale Jarrett
  10. 3-Dale Earnhardt

Notable DNQ's: 25-Hermie Sadler, 38-Elton Sawyer (both bought rides and still competed in the race)

  • Shawna Robinson became the first woman to win a pole in either of NASCAR's major touring series with this pole. However, she crashed on the first lap of the race with Joe Nemechek after Mike Wallace made it three-wide going into turn 3. Both Robinson and Nemechek accused Wallace of claiming that he was going to wreck Robinson, and then doing it just like he said he would. Wallace denied this. No punishment was assessed in the aftermath.

Miller 500

The Miller 500 was held March 20 at Martinsville Speedway. David Green won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 14-Terry Labonte
  2. 44-David Green
  3. 8-Kenny Wallace
  4. 20-Randy LaJoie
  5. 75-Doug Heveron
  6. 92-Larry Pearson
  7. 55-Tim Fedewa
  8. 00-Johnny Rumley
  9. 43-Rodney Combs
  10. 05-Tommy Ellis

Mark III Vans 200

The Mark III Vans 200 was held March 26 at Darlington Raceway. Mark Martin won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 60-Mark Martin
  2. 92-Larry Pearson
  3. 20-Randy LaJoie
  4. 8-Kenny Wallace
  5. 7-Harry Gant
  6. 3-Dale Earnhardt
  7. 30-Michael Waltrip
  8. 29-Phil Parsons
  9. 55-Tim Fedewa
  10. 25-Hermie Sadler

Sundrop 400

The Sundrop 400 was held April 3 at Hickory Motor Speedway. David Green won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 2-Ricky Craven
  2. 20-Randy LaJoie
  3. 44-David Green
  4. 74-Johnny Benson
  5. 6-Tommy Houston
  6. 31-Tom Peck
  7. 72-Tracy Leslie
  8. 00-Johnny Rumley
  9. 25-Hermie Sadler
  10. 99-Robert Pressley -1

Goody's 250

The Goody's 250 was held April 9 at Bristol Motor Speedway. The No. 60 of Mark Martin* won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 44-David Green
  2. 6-Tommy Houston
  3. 17-Jeff Green
  4. 32-Dale Jarrett
  5. 63-Jim Bown
  6. 92-Larry Pearson
  7. 7-Harry Gant
  8. 82-Derrike Cope
  9. 64-Phil Parsons
  10. 43-Rodney Combs
  • Mark Martin was leading this race at the white flag under caution and had the race won. Apparently confused by other drivers (Tommy Houston and Tracy Leslie) pulling alongside and waving to him like the race was already over, Martin pulled off the track to go to victory lane approximately 400 feet short of the finish line. This gifted David Green his only victory of 1994. It was the first time in NASCAR history that a winner leading at the yellow flag accidentally gave the race away to another driver, but the second time in NASCAR history that a driver mistakenly thought that the race was over one lap too early, therefore dropping a spot or more in the final results (the first was Cale Yarborough in 1984 at Daytona).

Pantry Stores 300

The final* Pantry Stores 300 was held April 30 at Orange County Speedway. The No. 57 of Jason Keller won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 25-Hermie Sadler
  2. 59-Dennis Setzer
  3. 8-Kenny Wallace
  4. 74-Johnny Benson -1
  5. 2-Ricky Craven -1
  6. 05-Tommy Ellis -1
  7. 63-Jim Bown -1
  8. 92-Larry Pearson -1
  9. 02-Michael Ritch -2
  10. 08-Bobby Dotter -3
  • This was Sadler's last career NASCAR Busch Series victory.
  • According to a 1995 issue of NASCAR Winston Cup Scene, there was a race at Orange County Speedway scheduled for 1995, but it was cancelled before it could be run.

NE Chevy 250

The NE Chevy 250 was held May 7 at New Hampshire International Speedway. The No. 33 of Bobby Labonte won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 82-Derrike Cope
  2. 08-Bobby Dotter
  3. 52-Ken Schrader
  4. 8-Kenny Wallace
  5. 23-Chad Little
  6. 44-David Green
  7. 92-Larry Pearson
  8. 59-Dennis Setzer
  9. 71-Kevin Lepage -1
  10. 34-Mike McLaughlin -2

Meridian Advantage 200

The Meridian Advantage 200 was held May 22 at Nazareth Speedway. Kenny Wallace won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 2-Ricky Craven
  2. 38-Elton Sawyer
  3. 9-Mike Wallace
  4. 44-David Green
  5. 34-Mike McLaughlin
  6. 08-Bobby Dotter
  7. 55-Tim Fedewa
  8. 8-Kenny Wallace
  9. 59-Dennis Setzer
  10. 72-Tracy Leslie

Champion 300

The Champion 300 was held May 28 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. The No. 88 of Mike Skinner won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 29-Phil Parsons
  2. 60-Mark Martin
  3. 30-Michael Waltrip
  4. 27-Roy Payne
  5. 28-Ernie Irvan -1
  6. 99-Robert Pressley -1
  7. 56-Ronald Cooper -1
  8. 14-Terry Labonte -1
  9. 34-Mike McLaughlin -1
  10. 97-Joe Bessey -1
  • This was Parsons' last career NASCAR victory.

Goodwrench/Delco 200

The Goodwrench/Delco 200 was held June 4 at Dover International Speedway. Ricky Craven won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 9-Mike Wallace*
  2. 14-Terry Labonte
  3. 60-Mark Martin
  4. 64-Jimmy Spencer
  5. 2-Ricky Craven
  6. 55-Tim Fedewa
  7. 99-Robert Pressley
  8. 57-Jason Keller
  9. 87-Joe Nemechek
  10. 72-Tracy Leslie

Carolina Pride / Budweiser 250

The Carolina Pride / Budweiser 250 was held June 11 at Myrtle Beach Speedway. The No. 57 of Jason Keller won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 38-Elton Sawyer*
  2. 8-Kenny Wallace
  3. 2-Ricky Craven
  4. 99-Robert Pressley
  5. 23-Chad Little
  6. 44-David Green
  7. 08-Bobby Dotter
  8. 63-Jim Bown
  9. 43-Rodney Combs
  10. 92-Larry Pearson

Fay's 150

The Fay's 150 was held June 25 at Watkins Glen International. Ricky Craven won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 14-Terry Labonte
  2. 08-Bobby Dotter*
  3. 72-Tracy Leslie
  4. 44-David Green
  5. 25-Hermie Sadler
  6. 99-Robert Pressley
  7. 2-Ricky Craven
  8. 23-Chad Little
  9. 92-Larry Pearson
  10. 46-Shawna Robinson

Havoline 250

The Havoline 250 was held July 3 at The Milwaukee Mile. David Green won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 9-Mike Wallace
  2. 44-David Green
  3. 74-Johnny Benson
  4. 33-Bobby Labonte
  5. 8-Kenny Wallace
  6. 34-Mike McLaughlin
  7. 23-Chad Little
  8. 38-Elton Sawyer
  9. 59-Dennis Setzer
  10. 2-Ricky Craven

Ford Credit 300

The Ford Credit 300 was held July 16 at South Boston Speedway. David Green won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 59-Dennis Setzer
  2. 25-Hermie Sadler
  3. 74-Johnny Benson
  4. 44-David Green
  5. 23-Chad Little
  6. 99-Robert Pressley
  7. 72-Tracy Leslie
  8. 9-Nathan Buttke
  9. 79-Dave Rezendes
  10. 63-Jim Bown

Fram Filter 300K

The Fram Filter 300K was held July 23 at Talladega Superspeedway. Jeff Purvis won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 52-Ken Schrader
  2. 14-Terry Labonte
  3. 3-Dale Earnhardt
  4. 4-Sterling Marlin
  5. 51-Jeff Purvis
  6. 23-Chad Little
  7. 34-Mike McLaughlin
  8. 9-Mike Wallace
  9. 25-Hermie Sadler
  10. 72-Tracy Leslie

The Pantry 300

The Pantry 300 was held July 31 at Hickory Motor Speedway. David Green won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 59-Dennis Setzer
  2. 8-Kenny Wallace
  3. 44-David Green
  4. 75-Doug Heveron
  5. 92-Larry Pearson
  6. 25-Hermie Sadler
  7. 2-Ricky Craven
  8. 23-Chad Little
  9. 08-Bobby Dotter
  10. 55-Tim Fedewa
  • This was Setzer's last career NASCAR Busch Series victory.

Kroger 200

The Kroger 200 was held Friday night August 5 at Indianapolis Raceway Park. David Green won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 9-Mike Wallace
  2. 6-Tommy Houston
  3. 34-Mike McLaughlin
  4. 59-Dennis Setzer
  5. 23-Chad Little
  6. 2-Ricky Craven
  7. 44-David Green
  8. 8-Kenny Wallace
  9. 57-Jason Keller
  10. 08-Bobby Dotter
  • After several years of mid-summer races, and various dates ranging from June to August, in 1994 the Kroger 200 was permanently planted as a support race for the new Winston Cup Brickyard 400 at nearby Indianapolis Motor Speedway. With the Brickyard 400 being held on a Saturday, the Kroger 200 was scheduled for Friday night. A huge sell-out crowd for the Kroger 200 saw extra bleachers erected at the oval, with thousands of additional fans in town that weekend for the inaugural stock car race at Indy.

Detroit Gasket 200

The Detroit Gasket 200 was held August 20 at Michigan International Speedway. Derrike Cope won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 33-Bobby Labonte
  2. 23-Chad Little
  3. 60-Mark Martin
  4. 34-Mike McLaughlin
  5. 64-Dick Trickle
  6. 59-Dennis Setzer
  7. 55-Tim Fedewa
  8. 25-Hermie Sadler
  9. 92-Larry Pearson
  10. 57-Jason Keller

Food City 250

The Food City 250 was held August 26 at Bristol Motor Speedway. Harry Gant won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 8-Kenny Wallace
  2. 52-Ken Schrader
  3. 44-David Green
  4. 2-Ricky Craven
  5. 64-Dick Trickle
  6. 57-Jason Keller
  7. 72-Tracy Leslie
  8. 74-Johnny Benson
  9. 14-Terry Labonte
  10. 28-Mark Martin

Gatorade 200

The Gatorade 200 was held September 3 at Darlington Raceway. Randy LaJoie won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 60-Mark Martin
  2. 32-Dale Jarrett
  3. 9-Mike Wallace
  4. 74-Johnny Benson
  5. 23-Chad Little
  6. 34-Mike McLaughlin
  7. 92-Larry Pearson
  8. 2-Ricky Craven
  9. 38-Elton Sawyer
  10. 59-Dennis Setzer

Autolite 250

The Autolite 250 was held September 9 at Richmond International Raceway. Jason Keller won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 8-Kenny Wallace
  2. 60-Mark Martin
  3. 3-Dale Earnhardt
  4. 14-Terry Labonte
  5. 31-Steve Grissom
  6. 74-Johnny Benson
  7. 30-Michael Waltrip
  8. 44-David Green
  9. 92-Larry Pearson
  10. 33-Bobby Labonte

SplitFire 200

The SplitFire 200 was held September 17 at Dover International Speedway. Harry Gant won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 74-Johnny Benson
  2. 7-Harry Gant
  3. 2-Ricky Craven
  4. 57-Jason Keller
  5. 25-Hermie Sadler
  6. 20-Randy LaJoie
  7. 99-Bobby Hillin Jr.
  8. 29-Phil Parsons
  9. 14-Terry Labonte
  10. 97-Joe Bessey

All Pro 300

The All Pro 300 was held October 8 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Mark Martin won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 14-Terry Labonte
  2. 60-Mark Martin
  3. 82-Derrike Cope
  4. 23-Chad Little
  5. 38-Elton Sawyer
  6. 63-Jim Bown
  7. 4-Sterling Marlin
  8. 2-Ricky Craven
  9. 20-Jimmy Hensley
  10. 76-Jeff Green
  • This was Dale Earnhardt's last Busch Series race. He dropped out after just five laps due to engine failure.

Advance Auto 500

The Advance Auto 500 was held October 16 at Martinsville Speedway. David Green won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 8-Kenny Wallace
  2. 44-David Green
  3. 9-Mike Wallace
  4. 55-Tim Fedewa
  5. 23-Chad Little
  6. 14-Terry Labonte
  7. 08-Bobby Dotter
  8. 2-Ricky Craven
  9. 6-Tommy Houston
  10. 57-Jason Keller
  • This was the final race at Martinsville Speedway for the Busch Series until 2006 and 2020.

AC-Delco 200

The AC-Delco 200 was held October 22 at North Carolina Speedway. David Green won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 60-Mark Martin
  2. 3-Michael Waltrip
  3. 2-Ricky Craven
  4. 7-Harry Gant
  5. 23-Chad Little
  6. 8-Kenny Wallace
  7. 9-Mike Wallace
  8. 74-Johnny Benson
  9. 20-Randy LaJoie
  10. 43-Robert Pressley

This was the final time that V6 engines were used in the Busch Series. They would make the switch to V8 power in 1995.

Final points standings

  1. David Green - 3725
  2. Ricky Craven - 3679
  3. Chad Little - 3662
  4. Kenny Wallace - 3554
  5. Hermie Sadler - 3466
  6. Johnny Benson - 3303
  7. Bobby Dotter - 3299
  8. Larry Pearson - 3277
  9. Dennis Setzer - 3273
  10. Tim Fedewa - 3125
  11. Tracy Leslie - 3088
  12. Robert Pressley - 3043
  13. Mike McLaughlin - 2986
  14. Elton Sawyer - 2873
  15. Jim Bown - 2853
  16. Randy LaJoie - 2837
  17. Jason Keller - 2767
  18. Terry Labonte - 2720
  19. Mike Wallace - 2679
  20. Mark Martin - 2132
  21. Rodney Combs - 2131
  22. Dave Rezendes - 1992
  23. Harry Gant - 1939
  24. Kevin Lepage - 1865
  25. Phil Parsons - 1839
  26. Stevie Reeves - 1817
  27. Doug Heveron - 1780
  28. Tommy Houston - 1658
  29. Roy Payne - 1640
  30. Randy Porter - 1525
  31. Dirk Stephens - 1317
  32. Derrike Cope - 1314
  33. Johnny Rumley - 1276
  34. Dale Earnhardt - 1188
  35. Bobby Labonte - 1188
  36. Dale Jarrett - 1176
  37. Joe Bessey - 1152
  38. Ken Schrader - 1128
  39. Tom Peck - 1090
  40. Joe Nemechek - 1065
  41. Michael Waltrip - 983
  42. Mike Garvey - 963
  43. Steve Grissom - 921
  44. Sterling Marlin - 810
  45. Morgan Shepherd - 780
  46. Tommy Ellis - 753
  47. Shawna Robinson - 742
  48. Robbie Reiser - 735
  49. Nathan Buttke - 716
  50. Ronald Cooper - 642

Rookie of the Year

Grand Rapids, Michigan native Johnny Benson won the Busch Series Rookie of the Year award in 1994, winning once and finishing sixth in points, followed closely by Dennis Setzer, a two-time winner on the circuit. Kevin Lepage and Stevie Reeves were the only others drivers who attempted the season on a full-time basis that season.

See also

External links

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