Davey Hamilton

Davey Hamilton

13/6/1962

Davey Hamilton was a former race car driver in the Indy Racing League who made 48 series starts without a win.

Davey Hamilton as born in Nampa, Idaho, a former race car driver in the Indy Racing League, he made 48 series starts and while never winning a race, he did finish second 3 times. He placed second in series points in the 1996-1997 season and again in 1998.

Hamilton had been proficient in supermodified racing, as a frequent winner in various supermodified races, usually held in the northern areas of the United States.

He retired from the cockpit in 2001 after a serious crash at Texas Motor Speedway, and is now the color commentator for Indianapolis Motor Speedway Radio Network broadcasts.

Hamilton is also partnering with the new American Speed Association and Dennis Huth to form a new late model stock car tour in the West Coast for 2007, shortly after NASCAR terminates the popular AutoZone Elite division, which includes the popular Southwest series.

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