Jeff Burton Nascar, Bio, Wiki, Age, Family, Wife, Height, Salary and Net worth

Jeffrey Tyler Burton best known as Jeff Burton is a former professional stock car racing driver and is currently a commentator. He was born on June 29th, 1967 in South Boston, Virginia.

Jeff Burton Wiki

Jeffrey Tyler Burton best known as Jeff Burton is an American former professional stock car racing driver and is currently a commentator. He was born on June 29th, 1967 in South Boston, Virginia. He had 21 career victories in the Sprint Cup Series. He started driving in the Busch Series back in 1988 in his father’s car number 69. He was number 12 in the Busch Series Rookie of 1989. He won his first career race in 1990.

Jeff Burton

Jeff Burton Age

He was born on June 29th, 1967 in South Boston, Virginia.

Jeff Burton Wife

He has been married to Kim Burton since 1991.

Jeff Burton Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $ 55 million.

Jeff Burton Nascar

Stavola Brothers Racing

1994 was Burton’s new kid on the block year in the Winston Cup Series, driving the No. 8 Raybestos-supported Ford for Stavola Brothers Racing. After 5 races, he arrived at a season-high fourteenth spot complete in the general standings, yet before the year’s over, he dropped to 24th subsequent to being excluded at the Miller Genuine Draft 400 for unlawful openings bored on the move confine a security infringement.

He had a season-high fourth spot complete while in transit to acquiring 1994 NASCAR Rookie of the Year. He was one of a record-high 10 new kids on the block qualified for the honor that year, besting a class that included future Cup stars Joe Nemechek, Jeremy Mayfield, John Andretti, and more established sibling Ward. The following year, in 1995, Burton had one Top 5, alongside a ninth spot wrap up. He additionally missed 3 races and completed 32nd in focuses.

Roush Racing

In 1996, Burton was marked to Roush Racing, where he started driving the No. 99 Exide Batteries-supported Ford Thunderbird. In 1998, the group changed to the new Ford Taurus. He completed thirteenth in general in the season guides standings in spite of coming up short toward fit the bill for the Purolator 500 in March as another group (provisionals in the initial four races depended on 1995 points, and Burton’s group did not have focuses from 1995).

His profession hit a top from 1997 to 2000, as he never completed lower than fifth in the focuses standings. He accomplished his first profession win in 1997 in the Interstate Batteries 500 at Texas Motor Speedway (the debut NASCAR race at the track), and would proceed to win 14 additional races during the four-year run.

In 1999, Burton won a vocation high six races, including the Jiffy Lube 300 for a third straight year, and secured two of the arrangement’s four majors: the Coca-Cola 600 and the 50th Annual Southern 500, which would prompt a fifth-place complete in focuses.

His best focus completion was in third in 2000, only 294 points behind hero Bobby Labonte. On September 17, 2000, Burton drove each lap of the Dura Lube 300 at New Hampshire International Speedway, in special conditions (this race was the main Loudon race to utilize a restrictor plate, forced for wellbeing reasons after the passings of Adam Petty and Kenny Irwin Jr. prior in the year at the track). From 1997 to 2000, Burton won an occasion at NHIS consistently.

In 2001, Burton and the No. 99 invited CITGO as another support. Burton won another two races, increasing his vocation aggregate to 17, and he completed tenth in focuses, moving from a season low of 38th, which was his situation after four races.

In 2002 and 2003, he completed twelfth in the focuses and had eight Top 5s and 25 Top 10s consolidated, yet neglected to win a race in either year. CITGO then reported that they were leaving Roush Racing toward the part of the arrangement season.

Burton ran the 2004 season without an essential support, with races much of the time being supported by his own support SKF. Gossipy tidbits started to emerge that Burton would leave Roush Racing. After initially denying the bits of gossip, it at long last occurred in mid-2004 when, just before the Sirius at The Glen, Burton marked a three-year contract with Richard Childress Racing (RCR), leaving Roush following eight and a half years with the group.

Jeff Burton Richard Childress Racing

After joining RCR, Burton was put in the No. 30 AOL-supported Chevrolet. He was the third driver to steer the vehicle that season; Johnny Sauter was advanced from RCR’s Busch Series program to assume control over the vehicle however was discharged after 13 races and was supplanted by Dave Blaney, who was discharged when Burton ended up accessible.

Preceding the driver change, Burton had a normal completion of 20.8 and was 23rd in focuses. In the 13 races after he changed groups, however, the equivalent details were improved to 16.6 and eighteenth. During the offseason, Burton and his group stayed with RCR however were changed to the No. 31 Cingular Wireless-supported Chevy, supplanting Robby Gordon.

2005 was Burton’s first entire year at RCR, and he had six Top 10s and three Top 5s for the year, including a third-place complete in the Subway Fresh 500 at Phoenix in April and a runner up completion in the Sharpie 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway.

In 2006, Burton won the post for four races, bringing him all outnumber of vocation shaft wins to six. These shafts were for the Daytona 500, the USG Sheetrock 400 at Chicagoland Speedway, the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and the GFS Marketplace 400 at Michigan International Speedway.

Preceding fitting the bill for the Daytona 500, Burton was incredibly energetic about the enhancements to RCR in general. He demonstrated this by winning his first post since September 2000 at Richmond. The Allstate 400 post gave Richard Childress Racing the first push as partner Clint Bowyer recorded the second quickest time. Burton’s best completion came in the Chicagoland race where he recorded a runner up completion.

He drove the most laps at Indianapolis and Bristol’s Sharpie 500, establishing the tone for the greater part the race. In the Busch Series, he succeeded at Atlanta Motor Speedway and Dover International Speedway, breaking his four-year winless streak in any arrangement.

After the race at Richmond International Raceway Jeff qualified for the Chase for the Nextel Cup. During the Chase, Burton won the Dover 400 at Dover International Speedway, breaking a 185-race winless streak going back to October 28, 2001, enabling him to take the focuses to lead.

In any case, a progression of moderately poor completes in consequent races, including a punctured tire at Talladega while running in the main five and a motor disappointment at Martinsville, killed Burton from dispute for the title.

Burton won the Samsung 500 at Texas on April 15, 2007, driving with sponsorship from Prilosec OTC, passing the previous partner Matt Kenseth on the last lap, making him the principal driver to have different successes at Texas Motor Speedway. He later proceeded to fit the bill for the Chase for the Nextel Cup, he tied for seventh in the 2007 standings.

Burton verged on winning the 50th yearly Daytona 500. He qualified 36th and before the part of the arrangement, he had stirred his way up in the field. He drove before the race’s last alert, yet when the green banner dropped with four laps to go, lost a few positions and ended up completing thirteenth.

Burton won the Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway. Following contact between Kevin Harvick and Tony Stewart, Burton passed Harvick and Stewart for a second. On the resulting restart, Burton passed Denny Hamlin falling off of Turn 2 to win the Food City 500 and completing off a compass of the platform for Richard Childress Racing.

Burton additionally won the 2008 Bank of America 500 at Lowe’s Motor Speedway. Burton led the pack from Greg Biffle with a little more than 70 laps to go. During the last round of pit stops Burton took fuel just and held off a hard-charging Jimmie Johnson for his first different success season since 2001.

In 2009, Caterpillar marked on as support through 2011. Burton was relied upon to make a keep running for the title yet a poor season drove Burton to miss the Chase just because since 2005. Burton’s best complete that year was a couple of runner up completions in the last two races at Phoenix and Homestead.

In 2010, he bounced back however he had still not won a race, however he made the Chase and completed second in both Dover races. He about won the fall Martinsville race however a punctured tire with 15 laps remaining gave Denny Hamlin the success.

Two or after three weeks, he and Jeff Gordon got into a disaster area long after the alert was out. Burton strolled up the track to stand up to Gordon and the two got into a pushing match. Burton completed twelfth in the last standings. Thereafter, Burton accepted accountability for the episode, expressing he was endeavoring to make up for the lost time to Gordon, however, was not able to find in the daylight’s glare.

In 2011, Burton was searching for a superior season, yet a terrible season gave Burton a poor arrangement of completions. He won the second Gatorade Duel, pushing out his Richard Childress Racing colleague Clint Bowyer. From that point forward, Burton’s season went downhill from that point. He was driving the Daytona 500 midway when his motor gave out.

He about won the Coca-Cola 600 yet got spun out on the last restart. In spite of the fact that needing another alert, the yellow banner never turned out in light of the fact that NASCAR needed to see the race complete under green, and Dale Earnhardt, Jr. was driving when the mishap happened. His partner Kevin Harvick passed Earnhardt Jr. inside the last 500 yards of the race since Dale Jr. came up short on gas.

Jeff Burton NBC

He joined NBC Sports as an analyst in 2015 though the announcement was made on December 3rd, 2013. He works with Rick Allen and Steve Letarte. He also contributes regularly to NASCAR America as an in-studio analyst and also from NBC Sports “Burton’s Garage” which is located in Concord, NC.

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