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|#88- Hendrick Motorsports|
|Born||October 10, 1974|
|Hometown||Kannapolis, North Carolina|
|Award(s)||2x Busch Series champion|
6x NASCAR's Most Popular Driver
|Sprint Cup statistics|
|Best pts finish||3rd (2003)|
|First race||1999 Coca-Cola 600|
|First win||2000 DirecTV 500|
|Born||December 17, 1984|
|Awards||2004 USAC National Midget Series Champion 2004 USAC Driver-of-the-Year|
|NASCAR Nationwide Series statistics|
|First race||2005 Sam's Town 250 (Memphis)|
|Last race||2007 Ford 300 (Homestead)|
|NASCAR Camping World Truck Series statistics|
|2006 NCWTS position||23rd - 2006 (Craftsman Truck Series)|
|Best NCWTS position||23rd - 2006 (Craftsman Truck Series)|
|First race||2005 Chevy Silverado 150 (Phoenix)|
|Statistics current as of June 28, 2008.|
Bobby East, born in Torrance, California, on December 17, 1984 is an American auto racing driver. He has raced in the United States Auto Club, the Auto Racing Club of American, and NASCAR. He currently resides in Brownsburg, Indiana.
In 2001, East became the youngest driver in USAC history to win a feature when he won a USAC National Midget event at the Illiana Motor Speedway in Schererville, Indiana at the age of 16 years, six months, and 25 days in 2001.
East competed full-time in the USAC National Midget Series where he was the champion in 2004 driving the Steve Lewis Racing #9. The car's chassis was built by his father, Bob East, who is legendary short-track car builder of midgets, sprints, and silver crown machines. The title gave him the distinction of the being the youngest national champion in the series' history at age 19.
East was the most victorious driver during the 2004 USAC season with 15 victories among the series' three divisions. He wound up in victory lane seven times in national midgets, five times in national sprint cars, and once each in the Silver Crown, Western States Sprint Car, and Speedrome Regional Midget Series during the season. The highlights of the season were winning the Hut Hundred and the Turkey Night Grand Prix.
East has since moved on to NASCAR. He made his Busch Series debut at Memphis Motorsports Park in October 2005 for ST Motorsports, finishing a solid 17th. He then made his Craftsman Truck Series debut in a Roush Racing Ford at Phoenix. However, he wrecked late in that event.
East currently is a member of Ford Motor Company's driver development program and competed in the Craftsman Truck Series in 2006 for Wood Brothers/JTG Racing as a teammate to fellow rookie Marcos Ambrose. He finished 23rd in points despite missing two races. In 2007, East ran with Brewco Motorsports, splitting time in the #27 and #37 cars, and a few ARCA races as well. He will race part-time in the Craftsman Truck Series in 2008, driving the #09 Zaxby's Ford F-150 for Jack Roush.
|Ford in NASCAR|
|Sprint Cup Series teams||JTG Daugherty Racing | Roush Fenway Racing | Wood Brothers Racing | Yates Racing|
|Nationwide Series teams||Baker Curb Racing | JTG Daugherty Racing | Roush Fenway Racing | Specialty Racing | Team Rensi Motorsports|
|Craftsman Truck Series teams||Circle Bar Racing | MB Motorsports | Roush Fenway Racing | Wood Brothers Racing|
|Driver development program participants||Bobby East | Alison MacLeod | Stephanie Mockler|
|Roush Fenway Racing|
|Sprint Cup drivers||David Ragan (#6) | Greg Biffle (#16) | Matt Kenseth (#17) | Jamie McMurray (#26) | Carl Edwards (#99)|
|Craftsman Truck Series drivers||Travis Kvapil/Bobby East/John Wes Townley (#09) | Colin Braun (#6) | Erik Darnell (#99)|
|Development drivers||Ricky Stenhouse, Jr.|
|Partnerships and affiliations||Baker Curb Racing | Circle Bar Racing | JTG Daugherty Racing | No Fear Racing | Wood Brothers Racing | Yates Racing|
|Other||Jack Roush | John W. Henry | Fenway Sports Group | Robbie Reiser | Sam Belnavis | Mark Martin | Roush Racing: Driver X|