Kevin Grubb
Born: April 19, 1978
Birthplace: Mechanicsville, Virginia
Awards: None
NASCAR Busch Series Statistics
Car #, Team {{{Car_Team}}}
2003 Busch Series Position: 19th
Best Busch Position: 13th
First Race: 1997 U.S. Cellular 200 (New Hampshire)
First Win: None
Last Win: None
Wins Top Tens Poles
0 32 1
All stats current as of May 7, 2009.

Kevin Grubb (April 19 1978 May 6 2009) Kevin Grubb Was A NASCAR Busch Series driver for Mac Hill Motorsports and is the younger brother of former NASCAR driver Wayne Grubb. Kevin Grubb committed suicide on the weekend of the 2009 Southern 500. He was 31 years old.

Nextel Cup SeriesEdit

Grubb's only attempt in the NASCAR Nextel Cup Series came in 2002 when he attempted the Pontiac Excitement 400 at Richmond. He drove the #54 Toys "R" Us Chevy for Team Bristol Motorsports, but was unable to get into the race. During his qualifying attempt he spun out on his second lap and without any owner points was the only car not to make the race. The team was supposed to attempt the 2003 season full time, with Grubb running for rookie of the year, but the plans fell through.

Busch SeriesEdit

Kevin's NASCAR Busch Series Career begin in 1997 with four starts with Grubb Motorsports. His first start came in the #82 Virginia is for Lovers Chevy where we finished 38th at New Hampshire. His first three starts ended in accidents. In his final start of the year, he finished his forth start in the 21st position at Dover. In 1998, he ran 16 Busch series races for his father's team Grubb Motorsports. He ran well in many of those races with a top finish of second at Dover at getting his first pole. His teammate was his brother Wayne Grubb who also raced for his father's team. After a very successful year Grubb was offered a ride at Brewco Motorsports in 1999. Kevin raced for Brewco through 2001. He would amass 18 top tens in those three years. At the end of 2001 he was tabbed to race for Team Bristol Motorsports. The team was plagued by failures, and Grubb was released by the end of the season. In 2003, he signed a partial season deal with Carroll Motorsports. He ran well but had a series of engine problems and got caught in accidents not of his making. Carroll Motorsports folded at the conclusion of the 2003 season. While heading into the 2004 season, he was scheduled to compete in a handful of races for Team Rensi Motorsports. However he failed a substance abuse test, and was inactive until June 2006 where he on an entry list for a Busch Series race at Nashville Speedway as the driver of the #56 Mac Hill Motorsports Chevy. There was some initial doubt as to whether or not he was officially reinstated, however multiple reports stated that a NASCAR official confirmed that he was reinstated. He will drive the car in non-companion events the team enters, however Kevin Lepage will still be the driver most race weekends. Since joining the team, Grubb earned Mac Hill's first top-ten at Gateway. [1]

Craftsman Truck SeriesEdit

Grubb began his career in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series running for the family owned Grubb Motorsports. In 1996, he had two starts in the #55 Virginia is for Lovers Chevy finishing his first start on the lead lap in 18th after starting the race in the 8th position. In his second start an accident brought his race to an end after just 48 laps. He returned to the series in 1997 for one more start where he finished 13th in a unsponsored Grubb Motorsports Chevy at Nazareth. He has taken over the 15 truck for Billy Ballew Motorsports after Kyle Krisiloff was taken out due to disputes with Kyle's dad over sponsorship. It will likely go to court. For the next 2 races as of July 6th, in the 15 truck, starting at Kentucky.

External linksEdit

Grubb Family
Kevin Grubb | Wayne Grubb