1995 NASCAR Winston Cup Series (Start Your Engines!)

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The 1995 NASCAR Winston Cup Series was the 47th season of professional stock car racing in the United States and the 24th modern-era Cup series season.

Teams and drivers

Complete schedule

Manufacturer Team No. Race driver Crew chief
Chevrolet A. G. Dillard Motorsports 39 Ward Burton Philippe Lopez
Greg Sacks
Jimmy Hensley
Gary Bradberry (R)
DarWal Inc. 17 Darrell Waltrip Pete Peterson
Hendrick Motorsports 5 Terry Labonte Gary DeHart
25 Tim Richmond Ken Howes
35 Ricky Craven Tim Brewer
Joe Gibbs Racing 18 Dale Jarrett Jimmy Makar
Larry Hedrick Motorsports 41 Steve Grissom Rick Ren
Leo Jackson Motorsports 33 Robert Pressley (R) Charley Pressley
Marcis Auto Racing 71 Dave Marcis Bob Marcis
Morgan-McClure Motorsports 4 Sterling Marlin Tony Glover
NEMCO Motorsports 87 Joe Nemechek Mike Boerschinger
Richard Childress Racing 3 Dale Earnhardt Andy Petree
31 Neil Bonnett


AK Racing 7 Alan Kulwicki Paul Andrews
Bahari Racing 30 Michael Waltrip Doug Hewitt
Bill Davis Racing 22 Jeff Gordon Ray Evernham
23 Bobby Labonte
Donlavey Racing 90 Ken Schrader Junie Donlavey
Kelman Racing 86 Ryan Kelman Scott Searle
Moroso Racing 20 Rob Moroso
Pacific Coast Racing 60 Chloe Johnson Rodney Clay
69 Jenny Smith Andy Lyman
80 Tim Johnson Lyle White
85 Belle Armstrong Alan Walker
Petty Enterprises 43 Bobby Hamilton Robbie Loomis
Precision Products Racing 1 Rick Mast Kevin Hamlin
Team SABCO 42 Kyle Petty Keith Simmons
Ford Elliott-Hardy Racing 9 Bill Elliott Mike Beam
Bobby Allison Racing 12 Derrike Cope Jimmy Fennig
Bud Moore Engineering 15 Dick Trickle Donnie Wingo
Geoff Bodine Racing 70 Geoff Bodine Paul Andrews
Junior Johnson & Associates 11 Brett Bodine Dean Combs
27 Loy Allen Jr. Mike Hill
Jeff Purvis
Elton Sawyer
Jimmy Horton
Greg Sacks
King Racing 26 Steve Kinser (R) Richard Broome
Hut Stricklin
Melling Racing 92 Lake Speed Peter Sospenzo
Penske Racing South 2 Rusty Wallace Robin Pemberton
Robert Yates Racing 28 Davey Allison Larry McReynolds
88 Ernie Irvan
Roush Racing 6 Mark Martin Steve Hmiel
16 Ted Musgrave Howard Comstock
Travis Carter Enterprises 32 Jimmy Spencer Cecil Gordon
Mercury Cale Yarborough Motorsports 98 Jeremy Mayfield Tony Furr
Jasper Motorsports 77 Davy Jones (R) Paul Wise
Bobby Hillin Jr.
Kranefuss-Haas Racing 37 John Andretti
Rudd Performance Racing 10 Ricky Rudd Bill Ingle
Stavola Brothers Racing 8 Jeff Burton Donnie Richeson
Wood Brothers Racing 21 Morgan Shepherd Eddie Wood
Pontiac Butch Mock Motorsports 75 Todd Bodine Troy Selberg
Diamond Ridge Motorsports 29 Steve Grissom Bryant Frazier
Dick Brooks Racing 40 Greg Sacks Jeff Hammond
Andy Hillenburg
Rich Bickle
Randy LaJoie (R)
Butch Leitzinger
Shane Hall
Kennedy Racing 03 Melvin Kennedy Mark Cutter
04 Willy T. Ribbs

Technical changes

1995 saw the Lumina, which had been Chevrolet's official car in NASCAR since the 1989 Winston 500, being replaced by the new Chevrolet Monte Carlo, which had last run at the 1989 Pabst Blue Ribbon 400.

Morgan-McClure Motorsports began utilizing exhaust headers manufactured by Dr. Gas Performance Exhaust, which not only gave the car increased horsepower, but also gave the car a distinct screaming sound. By 1996, all cars were running with Dr. Gas headers, and continue doing so to this day.

Cars used in 1995