|Owner(s) Name|| Troy Aikman |
|Racing Series||Sprint Cup|
|Number of Championships||0|
|Primary Sponsor(s)||Texas Instruments/DLP|
|Shop Location||Charlotte, North Carolina|
|Homepage||Official web site|
Hall of Fame Racing is a NASCAR Sprint Cup team formerly fielding the #96 Texas Instruments/DLP Toyota with a driver to be announced is owned by Pro Football Hall of Famers Roger Staubach and Troy Aikman and is being initially supported by Joe Gibbs Racing. The team is headquartered in Dallas, Texas with its race shop maintained in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The team announced at Texas Motor Speedway on November 3, 2005, that for the 2006 season, the team will be operating only one car, the #96 sponsored by Texas Instruments' DLP technology. Philippe Lopez, formerly the crew chief with RCR's Dave Blaney team, will be the crew chief for the car. Terry Labonte will drive the car for the first five races and the two road courses, with Tony Raines taking control of the others. Raines drove the 96 from 2006-07, with JJ Yeley replacing him for 2008. Also, the team switched from Chevy to Toyota.
|Joe Gibbs Racing|
|Sprint Cup Drivers||Tony Stewart (#20) | Denny Hamlin (#11) | Kyle Busch (#18)|
|Nationwide Series Drivers||Kyle Busch/Denny Hamlin (#18) | Joey Lagano/Tony Stewart (#20)|
|Driver development program Drivers||Marc Davis, Woody Howard, Joey Lagano|
|Partnerships and Affiliations||Hall of Fame Racing | Spears Motorsports|