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  Nelson Piquet Jr.  
#9 Chevrolet  

Hometown:  Brasilia, Brazil
Nationality:  Brazilian
Date of Birth:  7/25/1985
Height:  5`8
Weight:  155 lbs
All Time Wins:  2
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First NASCAR national touring series race win came in the Nationwide event at Road America in June 2012. His maiden Nationwide victory came in just his third start.

Scored his maiden NASCAR Camping World Truck Series win in August 2012 at Michigan.

Voted most popular driver in Truck Series in 2012.

Finished second to Joey Coulter in 2011 Truck Series rookie of the year point standings.

Ran limited schedule in Truck Series in 2010, making debut in season-opener at Daytona.

Released from Renault Formula One team midway through the 2009 season.

Recorded first Formula One podium finish (second) in German Grand Prix during rookie season in 2008.

Son of three-time F1 world champion Nelson Piquet.


 
 
SeasonRankPointsPBStartsWinsTop 5Top 10Money Won
2013 84(T) 0 -804 2 0 0 0 $17,260
2012 7 747 -61 22 2 9 15 $382,915
2011 10 752 -136 25 0 6 10 $336,615
2010 44 644 -3293 5 0 0 3 $62,600
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2014 ResultsRaceStartFinishPointsLaps Led
Feb. 21 NextEra Energy Resources 250------------
Mar. 30 Kroger 250------------
May. 09SFP 250------------
May. 16North Carolina Education Lottery 200------------
May. 30Lucas Oil 200------------
Jun. 06WinStar World Casino 400------------
Jun. 14Gateway 200------------
Jun. 26UNOH 225------------
Jul. 11American Ethanol 200------------
Jul. 23Mudsummer Classic------------
Aug. 02Pocono Mountains 150------------
Aug. 16Michigan National Guard 200------------
Aug. 20UNOH 200------------
Aug. 31Chevrolet Silverado 250------------
Sep. 12Chicagoland 225------------
Sep. 20UNOH 175------------
Sep. 27Smith's 350------------
Oct. 18Fred's 250------------
Oct. 25Kroger 200------------
Oct. 31WinStar World Casino 350------------
Nov. 07Lucas Oil 150------------
Nov. 14Ford EcoBoost 200------------

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