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Trevor Bayne

Trevor Bayne
American racecar driver Trevor Bayne was born on Feb. 19, 1991, in Knoxville, Tenn. He started racing go-karts at the age of 5. During the following eight years, he won three world championships, 300 feature wins and 18 state and track championships. In 2004, he went to the Allison Legacy Race Series and became the youngest top rookie. In 2005, he became the series' national champion and winning races during the next two years. He moved to the USAR Hooters Pro Cup Series Southern Division when he was 15; he received the highest rookie honors. In 2008, he won his first race at Thompson International Speedway. He received the Sunoco Rookie of the Race honors in the Toyota All-Star Showdown in... Show more »
American racecar driver Trevor Bayne was born on Feb. 19, 1991, in Knoxville, Tenn. He started racing go-karts at the age of 5. During the following eight years, he won three world championships, 300 feature wins and 18 state and track championships. In 2004, he went to the Allison Legacy Race Series and became the youngest top rookie. In 2005, he became the series' national champion and winning races during the next two years. He moved to the USAR Hooters Pro Cup Series Southern Division when he was 15; he received the highest rookie honors. In 2008, he won his first race at Thompson International Speedway. He received the Sunoco Rookie of the Race honors in the Toyota All-Star Showdown in 2009. In 2011, he won the Daytona 500, becoming the youngest winner in the race's history at 20 years and one day. « Show less

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  • Trevor Bayne fueled by faith

    Trevor Bayne fueled by faith
    Last February Trevor Bayne became the youngest driver ever to win the Daytona 500. But the weeks that followed were anything but smooth. In the spring he was knocked out of racing for a month, and was eventually diagnosed with lyme disease. "I think more...
  • Danica Patrick will skip the Indy 500 this year

    Danica Patrick will skip the Indy 500 this year
    Danica Patrick became a worldwide sensation as a rookie at the Indianapolis 500, challenging for victory and becoming the first woman to lead laps in the showcase race. Those Indy days are fading fast. Patrick’s shift to stock cars is long under...
  • The Backstretch Blog: Countdown to the Season, The Nationwide Series

    The Backstretch Blog: Countdown to the Season, The Nationwide Series
    Today we continue our countdown with to the 2012 NASCAR season, with a look at the Nationwide Series. Unlike truck series, the defending champ is back in the Nationwide series as the third place finisher. Should make for an exciting season for sure. Here'...
  • Mike Bianchi: Will Muschamp still trying to fumigate stench left behind by Urban "Mire"

    Mike Bianchi: Will Muschamp still trying to fumigate stench left behind by Urban "Mire"
    Running off at the typewriter. … It will be absolutely shocking if Gators coach Will Muschamp doesn't dismiss sophomore tight end A.C. Leonard from the team for the latest in the perpetual string of embarrassing UF arrests. Muschamp is still...
  • George Diaz: Top 5 storylines for 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup season

    George Diaz: Top 5 storylines for 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup season
    DAYTONA BEACH — The quiet calm of the short NASCAR off-season ends tonight with the Budweiser Shootout at Daytona International Speedway. Be prepared for a lot of noise. As with any sport, there were some significant and interesting changes that...
  • Edwards grabs the Pole at Daytona, Bowyer fails post qualifying inspection

    Edwards grabs the Pole at Daytona, Bowyer fails post qualifying inspection
    It was a Ford kind of day in Daytona with the Blue Ovals grabbing four of the top five spots in qualifying for the 500. Carl Edwards starts on the pole, with his Roush Fenway Racing teammate Greg Biffle also starting on the front row next Sunday. Dale...
  • Kyle Busch's driving skills 2nd to none

    Kyle Busch's driving skills 2nd to none
    And so, Mr. Busch, can you explain how you do what you do? It's the question of the week in motor sports, given Kyle Busch's spectacular saves during the Budweiser Shootout on Saturday night. His most impressive one came on Lap 74, when he was in second...
  • Bayne a man on a mission as he returns to Daytona

    Rest and relaxation were two words absent from Trevor Bayne's vocabulary this past offseason. The severely jet-lagged NASCAR driver had just returned from doing Christian outreach mission work in Kenya when he called from his Knoxville, Tenn., home to do...
  • Patrick wins pole for Nationwide race at Daytona

    Patrick wins pole for Nationwide race at Daytona
    Danica Patrick has won the pole for the season-opening Nationwide Series race at Daytona.     Patrick became the first woman to secure the top qualifying spot in NASCAR's second-tier series since Shawna Robinson at Atlanta on March 12, 1994.     The...
  • Random bump-and-grind will determine Daytona 500 winner

    Random bump-and-grind will determine Daytona 500 winner
    DAYTONA BEACH — To paraphrase the famous philosopher Forrest Gump, the Daytona 500 is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you are going to get when you put 43 souped-up stock cars on a superspeedway track. There is always a random crash-...
  • All-Star Game, Daytona 500 make epic combo for Orlando area

    All-Star Game, Daytona 500 make epic combo for Orlando area
    What do you get when you combine the rural good ol' boy roots of NASCAR's Daytona 500 with Dwight, LeBron, Kobe and the greatest basketball players on the planet? Brace yourself, Orlando Brace yourself, Daytona Beach. Today is the culmination of "Y'...
  • Matt Kenseth wins wild Daytona 500

    Matt Kenseth wins wild Daytona 500
    There was rain, fire, soap suds and fog in the most bizarre Daytona 500in history. When it was all over, Matt Kenseth was the only sure thing. It wasn't even close. Kenseth capped a crazy 36 hours for NASCAR by winning the first postponed Daytona 500...