MSRP Motorsports

MSRP Motorsports is a new team to the NASCAR Nationwide Series in 2008. The team is owned by Marcia Parsons, Stacy Humphries, Randy Humphries and SPEED color commentator Phil Parsons. This team fields multiple "back of the pack" drivers, along with Craftsman Truck Series drivers part-time.

#90 History

The #90 was first raced in the season opening Daytona 300 by former Nationwide Series Champion Steve Grissom. Grissom did not qualify in on time, but fell back on his Champion's Provisional at Auto Club Speedway of Southern California. Scott Lynch was chosen to drive the #90. At Las Vegas Motor Speedway 2006 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Champion Todd Bodine drove. At Atlanta the team found a full-time driver in Johnny Chapman. Chapman has run every race since AMS aside from the road courses, where driving school instructor Chris Cook has been in the seat. The teams best finish is 36th, with a best qualfying effort of 29th by Chris Cook at Watkins Glen. At Lowe's Motor Speedway the team failed to qualify when Johnny Chapman crashed during qualifying.

#91 History

The #91 team of MSRP Motorsports has had its share of drivers since Daytona. Larry Gunselman failed to qualify at Daytona, but made the next nine races with a best finish of 38th at Las Vegas. He was released after destroying the teams only superspeedway car in a wreck that broke IRL champion Dario Franchitti's ankle. After Gunselman's departure Kenny Hendrick drove the car at RIR and Lowe's. Truck Series veteran Terry Cook took over running 4 races beginning with Darlington and ending with ORP. Cook's best finish was 41st on 3 occasions, but his best qualifying effort was 16th at the famed Milwaukee Mile. The current driver is Justin Hobgood who has run 6 races with a best finish of 38th. He has Failed to qualify 3 times at Loudon, Daytona and Chicagoland. Hobgood had wrecked the car at Loudon. On the two road courses veterans Scott Steckly and Michael McDowell have driven the car.



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