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Harry Gant
Harry Gant
Harry Gant North Wilkesboro 1996.jpg
Born (1940-01-10) January 10, 1940 (age 78)
Taylorsville, North Carolina, U.S.
Achievements1985 IROC Champion
1984, 1991 Southern 500 Winner
1991 Winston 500 Winner
AwardsNASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers
National Motorsports Press Association Hall of Fame inductee
International Motorsports Hall of Fame Inductee
1991 NMPA Driver of the Year
Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series career
474 races run over 22 years
Best finish2nd (1984)
First race1973 National 500 (Charlotte)
Last race1994 Hooters 500 (Atlanta)
First win1982 Virginia National Bank 500 (Martinsville)
Last win1992 Champion Spark Plug 400 (Michigan)
Wins Top tens Poles
18 208 17
NASCAR Xfinity Series career
128 races run over 11 years
Best finish19th (1988, 1992)
First race1982 Goody's 300 (Daytona)
Last race1994 AC Delco 200 (Rockingham)
First win1982 Mello Yello 300 (Charlotte)
Last win1994 Busch Light 300 (Atlanta)
Wins Top tens Poles
21 71 14
NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series career
11 races run over 1 year
Best finish24th (1996)
First race1996 Coca-Cola 200 (Bristol)
Last race1996 Carquest 420K (Las Vegas)
Wins Top tens Poles
0 4 0
Statistics current as of December 18, 2012.

Harold Phil Gant[1] (born January 10, 1940), better known as "Handsome Harry", is a retired American racecar driver best known for driving the No. 33 Skoal Bandit car on the NASCAR Winston Cup (now Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series) circuit during the 1980s and 1990s and his 4-race win streak in 1991.

Nicknames

Gant gained a lot of nicknames throughout his racing career. He was known as "Handsome Harry Gant" due to his Hollywood-style good looks, the "Bandit" after his longtime sponsor Skoal Bandit, "Mr. September"[1] after winning four consecutive Winston Cup races and two Busch Series races in September 1991, and "High Groove Harry" after the high line he often took through the corner.

Career prior to Winston Cup

Gant's 1983 racecar

The North Carolina native began his racing career at the old dirt track in Hickory. He built a hobby class car with his friends, and took turns behind the wheel. Gant became the full-time driver and won the track championship.[2]Hickory Speedway was paved in 1967 after Ned Jarrett became the promoter.[2] Gant excelled on the asphalt, and won his first race in the sportsman division.

He won over 300 races with the car builder and crew chief Kenneth H. Sigmon, in the NASCAR Sportsman on his way to winning three national championships, in 1972, 1973, and 1974. He finished second three times in the NASCAR Late Model Sportsman (now Nationwide Series) in 1969, 1976, and 1977. He finished in the top 10 of the final points standing in several other years.

He sold half of his construction business in 1979 upon deciding to race full-time in the Winston Cup Series.[2]

Winston Cup career

Gant driving in 1994, his final season

Gant made his first Cup start in 1973 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, finishing eleventh in the No. 90 Truxmore Industries Ford. He made six starts over the next four years and had two top-ten finishes. His first full season in Winston Cup was in 1979. He competed for the rookie of the year honors against Dale Earnhardt and Terry Labonte. He finished fourth in the overall rookie battle in the No. 47 Race Hill Farm car for Jack Beebe. He split the next season between the No. 47 and the No. 75 RahMoc Enterprises entry, finishing 21st in points.

After starting out the 1981 season driving for various teams, he moved to the No. 33 Skoal Bandit Pontiac, which was owned by Hal Needham and Burt Reynolds, and Leo Jackson after 1988. Gant debuted with the team by placing second at Darlington Raceway, followed by five more second-place finishes and three poles, ending the season third in points standings.[3] He stayed with the team for the rest of his career.

Gant finished second 10 times before winning his first Winston Cup race, at Martinsville April 25, 1982, in the Virginia National Bank 500 and he would finish fourth in the final points standings. In 1983, Gant would only win once at Darlington in the Transouth 400 and collect 10 top 5s and 16 top ten finishes en route to seventh in the final points standings. In 1984, Harry Gant notched 3 poles, 15 top five finishes, and 23 top ten finishes and won at Pocono and Martinsville in the fall, he would end up finishing second to eventual Winston Cup champion Terry Labonte. In 1985, Gant would win at Martinsville in the spring, and at Dover and at North Wilkesboro in the fall, notching a career best for Gant up to that point. He would finish third in championship standings, 259 points behind eventual champion Darrell Waltrip. Gant would go winless for three years from 1986-1988 and in 1989, he would break a three year winless streak winning at Darlington in the spring which caused the veteran driver to exclaim "The Bandit is back" in victory lane.[4]. He would not win again in 1989 but he would finish seventh in the final points standings.

Gant won the International Race of Champions (IROC) championship in 1985.[5] He tied on points with Darrell Waltrip but was awarded the title on tiebreak by finishing higher in the final race: a photo-finish win over Labonte at Michigan International Speedway

Gant drove the No. 33 in the 1985 Talladega NASCAR race with the first telemetry data system ever installed on a race car. The data from the car was sent to the CBS television network and broadcast during the TV coverage of the race.

1990s and Mr. September streak

Harry Gant entered the decade with a win at Pocono in the spring of 1990. He would finish 17th in the final points standings with 6 top 5s and 9 top 10s. In 1991, Gant would have a career year. He won the 1991 Winston 500 in the spring. He gambled on fuel mileage and won. Fellow competitor Rick Mast drafted behind Gant to give him a push the last few laps but let off in the final laps to preserve the victory. Gant earned the nickname "Mr. September" in 1991 after winning all four September Cup races (Darlington, Richmond, Dover and Martinsville) and two Busch races (Richmond and Dover) at age 51. His crew chief was Andy Petree.[6] The four consecutive cup victories tied the modern era record set in 1972. Dominating at the next race at North Wilkesboro Speedway, Gant had his brakes fail, ending his hopes of five consecutive victories[7]. Gant would get 5 victories in 1991, and would notch 15 top five finishes and 17 top tens and he would finish fourth in the final point standings. Gant would follow up 1991 with a strong 1992 and finish 4th in points again and was one of five drivers in contention for the championship but six finishes of 13th or worse in the final races doomed his championship hopes. Gant would win at Dover in the spring and he would get his last Cup victory on August 16, 1992, at the Champion Spark Plug 400 at Michigan International Speedway, gambling on fuel. This would also be the final victory for Oldsmobile in Cup competition. Harry Gant and the Leo Jackson team would switch to Chevrolets in 1993 and at the end of the season Gant announced that 1994 would be his last season. Gant finished his career with a pole and seven top ten finishes and finished 25th in the final point standings.

In 1996, Gant substituted for the injured Bill Elliott in the 1996 Winston Select, driving Elliott's No. 94 McDonald's Ford Thunderbird after Elliott's injuries at Talladega.[8] Gant also ran a partial season in the Craftsman Truck Series in 1996, driving his own No. 33 Westview Capital Chevrolet C/K. He was inducted into the International Motorsports Hall of Fame on April 27, 2006.

Currently, Gant continues to work on his 300-acre ranch in North Carolina and enjoys riding his motorcycle. In 2015, he was in attendance at Darlington for the Southern 500 to take part in the retro weekend. He also still works on roofs and carpentry in his spare time. Gant once admitted that he "was a good race car driver, but a great carpenter".

Cup records

He holds the record as the oldest driver ever to win a Cup Series race (52 years, 219 days) and as the oldest driver ever to collect his first career Cup victory (42 years and 105 days). He is the second oldest driver to win in NASCAR's second-level circuit, now known as the Xfinity Series, after Dick Trickle[9] In his career he has collected 18 Cup wins and one runner-up finish in 1984 and third in 1981 and 1985, 21 Busch Series wins, and three runner-up finishes in the Busch Series championship (69, 76, and 77). In 1985 won the IROC title. He won four races in a row in 1991 tying a "new era" (1972-present) record and came in second in the fifth race. His five Winston Cup and five Busch Grand National wins in 1991 made him the only driver, at that time, to post the most wins in both series in the same year, although he tied with Davey Allison with five Cup wins (Allison also scored a victory in the non-points All-Star Race).

Movie appearances

He appeared in the 1983 Burt Reynolds movie Stroker Ace. He also gave a short interview in the film Days of Thunder and was mentioned for spinning out in the Daytona 500 late in the movie (although it was actually the No. 26 of Brett Bodine). He also appeared as a mob henchman in the 1984 movie Cannonball Run II. His line in the film was "Better not let the boss hear you say that."

Motorsports career results

NASCAR

(key) (Bold - Pole position awarded by qualifying time. Italics - Pole position earned by points standings or practice time. * - Most laps led.)

Winston Cup Series

NASCAR Winston Cup Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 NWCC Pts
1973 Donlavey Racing 90 Ford RSD DAY RCH CAR BRI ATL NWS DAR MAR TAL NSV CLT DOV TWS RSD MCH DAY BRI ATL TAL NSV DAR RCH DOV NWS MAR CLT
11
CAR 85th -
1974 RSD DAY RCH CAR BRI ATL DAR NWS
9
MAR TAL NSV DOV 64th 10.3
Faustina Racing 5 Dodge CLT
14
RSD MCH DAY BRI NSV ATL POC TAL MCH DAR RCH DOV NWS MAR CLT
35
CAR ONT
1975 Neil Castles 06 Chevy RSD DAY RCH CAR BRI ATL NWS DAR MAR TAL NSV DOV CLT
31
RSD MCH DAY NSV POC TAL MCH DAR DOV NWS MAR CLT RCH CAR BRI ATL ONT 104th 70
1976 Frasson Racing 18 Chevy RSD DAY CAR RCH BRI ATL NWS DAR MAR TAL NSV DOV CLT
9
RSD MCH DAY NSV POC TAL MCH BRI DAR RCH DOV MAR NWS CLT CAR ATL ONT 84th 138
1977 Sherrill Enterprises 6 Chevy RSD DAY RCH CAR ATL NWS DAR BRI MAR TAL NSV DOV CLT
30
RSD MCH DAY NSV POC TAL MCH BRI DAR RCH DOV MAR NWS CLT CAR ATL ONT 101st 73
1978 Ray Emerson 66 Buick RSD DAY
41
RCH CAR ATL BRI DAR NWS MAR TAL DOV 53rd 325
Kennie Childers Racing 12 Chevy CLT
36
NSV RSD MCH DAY NSV POC TAL MCH BRI DAR RCH DOV MAR
28
NWS CLT
19
CAR ATL
7
ONT
1979 RSD
10
CAR
26
RCH ATL NWS 21st 2664
Olds DAY
33
Race Hill Farm Team 47 Olds BRI
21
DAR TAL
39
DAY
7
ATL
11
Chevy MAR
6
NSV
28
DOV
25
CLT
23
TWS RSD MCH
17
NSV
22
POC
15
TAL
7
MCH
25
BRI
16
DAR
12
RCH
9
DOV
28
MAR
12
CLT
20
NWS
14
CAR
21
ONT
20
1980 RahMoc Enterprises 75 Olds RSD
12
11th 3703
Race Hill Farm Team 47 Olds DAY
42
TAL
37
DAY
16
TAL
5
Chevy RCH
12
CAR
8
ATL
16
BRI
7
DAR
3
NWS
2
MAR
21
NSV
9
DOV
4
CLT
28
MCH
28
NSV
29
POC
5
MCH
37
BRI
14
DAR
3
RCH
20
DOV
2*
NWS
4
MAR
29
CLT
16
CAR
2
ATL
36
ONT
41
RahMoc Enterprises 75 Chevy TWS
8
RSD
7
1981 Hamby Racing 17 Chevy RSD
15
3rd 4210
Race Hill Farm Team 47 Buick DAY
23
RCH
6
CAR
18
ATL
2
Hylton Motorsports 48 Pontiac BRI
8
Kennie Childers Racing 12 Olds NWS
5
MAR
4*
NSV
22
Mach 1 Racing 33 Pontiac DAR
33
TAL
34
TWS
10
MCH
2
NSV
8
POC
4
MCH
4
BRI
11
DAR
14
RCH
2
DOV
23
MAR
2*
NWS
24
CLT
41
CAR
3
ATL
20
RSD
8
Chevy DOV
16
CLT
2
RSD
31
Buick DAY
2
TAL
4
1982 DAY
7
RCH
30
BRI
6
ATL
5
CAR
8
DAR
19
NWS
6
MAR
1*
TAL
14
NSV
29
CLT
13
POC
4
RSD
35
MCH
10
DAY
24
NSV
3
POC
22
TAL
38
MCH
3
BRI
3
DAR
11
RCH
7
DOV
12
NWS
2
CLT
1
MAR
8
CAR
32
ATL
2
RSD
26
4th 3877
Pontiac DOV
30
1983 Buick DAY
37
RCH
5
CAR
5
ATL
11
DAR
1
NWS
3
MAR
2
TAL
4
NSV
3
DOV
9
BRI
27
CLT
25
RSD
3
POC
18
MCH
8
DAY
11
NSV
8
POC
5
TAL
5
MCH
30
BRI
6
DAR
22
RCH
20
DOV
17
MAR
8
NWS
9
CLT
29
CAR
23
ATL
37
RSD
31
7th 3790
1984 Chevy DAY
6
RCH
8
CAR
24
ATL
6
BRI
23
NWS
2
DAR
6
MAR
13
TAL
2
NSV
16
DOV
27*
CLT
4
RSD
29
POC
2
MCH
4
DAY
2
NSV
9
POC
1*
TAL
7
MCH
4
BRI
5
DAR
1*
RCH
9
DOV
1*
MAR
4
CLT
4
NWS
2
CAR
2*
ATL
26
RSD
8
2nd 4443
1985 DAY
26
RCH
5
CAR
2*
ATL
24
BRI
20
DAR
14
NWS
10
MAR
1*
TAL
38
DOV
2
CLT
2
RSD
2
POC
2
MCH
16
DAY
24
POC
5
TAL
7
MCH
3
BRI
6
DAR
21
RCH
6
DOV
1*
MAR
3
NWS
1*
CLT
24*
CAR
3
ATL
8
RSD
4
3rd 4033
1986 DAY
30
RCH
28
CAR
2
ATL
12
BRI
4
DAR
14
NWS
7
MAR
25
TAL
21
DOV
14*
CLT
4
RSD
9
POC
26
MCH
2*
DAY
31
POC
30
TAL
22
GLN
34
MCH
8
BRI
5
DAR
27
RCH
7
DOV
35
MAR
3
NWS
5
CLT
2
CAR
4
ATL
28
RSD
37
11th 3498
1987 DAY
31
CAR
29
RCH
25
ATL
34
DAR
7
NWS
11
BRI
6
MAR
27
TAL
29
CLT
24
DOV
30
POC
32
RSD
25
MCH
13
DAY
9
POC
30
TAL
31
GLN
18
MCH
26
BRI
8
DAR
39
RCH
25
DOV
25
MAR
14
NWS
31
CLT
33
CAR
13
RSD
28
ATL
24
22nd 2725
1988 DAY
29
RCH
28
CAR
28
ATL
21
DAR
38
BRI
18
NWS
12
MAR
26
TAL
36
CLT
30
DOV RSD POC MCH DAY POC
10
TAL
16
GLN
31
MCH
21
BRI
6
DAR
40
RCH
32
DOV
11
MAR
30
CLT
24
NWS
30
CAR
7
PHO
12
ATL
30
27th 2266
1989 Jackson Bros. Motorsports Olds DAY
12
CAR
31
ATL
29
RCH
14
DAR
1*
BRI
10
NWS
23
MAR
12
TAL
7
CLT
40
DOV
23
SON
12
POC
2
MCH
32
DAY
32
POC
5
TAL
8
GLN
19
MCH
3
BRI
4
DAR
6
RCH
5
DOV
38
MAR
2
CLT
2
NWS
4
CAR
29
PHO
8
ATL
17
7th 3610
1990 Leo Jackson Motorsports DAY
18
RCH
36
CAR
11
ATL
9
DAR
6
BRI NWS
13
MAR
26
TAL
36
CLT
25
DOV
34
SON
19
POC
1
MCH
5
DAY
7
POC
14
TAL
15
GLN
21
MCH
13
BRI
26
DAR
5
RCH
36
DOV
4
MAR
5
NWS
28
CLT
26
CAR
3
PHO
37
ATL
19
17th 3182
1991 DAY
25
RCH
3
CAR
3
ATL
19
DAR
27
BRI
11
NWS
23
MAR
5
TAL
1
CLT
4
DOV
3
SON
27
POC
4
MCH
10
DAY
23
POC
26
TAL
39
GLN
28
MCH
6
BRI
19
DAR
1*
RCH
1
DOV
1*
MAR
1*
NWS
2*
CLT
4
CAR
2*
PHO
23
ATL
4
4th 3985
1992 DAY
12
CAR
3
RCH
3
ATL
2
DAR
2
BRI
29
NWS
5
MAR
5
TAL
24
CLT
5
DOV
1
SON
17
POC
23
MCH
7
DAY
23
POC
2
TAL
17
GLN
18
MCH
1
BRI
26
DAR
16*
RCH
8
DOV
6
MAR
19
NWS
13
CLT
8
CAR
6
PHO
14
ATL
13
4th 3955
1993 Chevy DAY
21
CAR
31
RCH
9
ATL
21
DAR
37
BRI
28
NWS
13
MAR
31
TAL
23
SON
19
CLT
18
DOV
7
POC
3
MCH
10
DAY
21
NHA
17
POC
9
TAL
8
GLN
10
MCH
30
BRI
4
DAR
7
RCH
11
DOV
5
MAR
33
NWS
6
CLT
12
CAR
4
PHO
12
ATL
28
11th 3524
1994 DAY
34
CAR
37
RCH
34
ATL
30
DAR
8
BRI
37
NWS
8
MAR
DNQ
TAL
23
SON
10
CLT
7
DOV
42
POC
16
MCH
35
DAY
31
NHA
17
POC
38
TAL
21
IND
37
GLN
10
MCH
25
BRI
9
DAR
41
RCH
22
DOV
13
MAR
8
NWS
32
CLT
22
CAR
31
PHO
23
ATL
33
25th 2720
Daytona 500
Year Team Manufacturer Start Finish
1978 Ray Emerson Buick 20 41
1979 Kennie Childers Racing Oldsmobile 14 33
1980 Race Hill Farm Team Oldsmobile 10 42
1981 Buick 31 23
1982 Mach 1 Racing Buick 2 7
1983 13 37
1984 Chevrolet 6 6
1985 10 26
1986 15 30
1987 12 31
1988 20 29
1989 Jackson Bros. Motorsports Oldsmobile 12 12
1990 Leo Jackson Motorsports 5 18
1991 11 25
1992 11 12
1993 Chevrolet 37 21
1994 36 34

Busch Series

NASCAR Busch Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 NBSC Pts
1982 Harry Gant 77 Pontiac DAY
6
RCH BRI MAR DAR
14
HCY SBO CRW RCH LGY DOV
15
HCY CLT
1
ASH HCY SBO CAR CRW SBO HCY LGY IRP BRI HCY RCH MAR CLT
DNQ
HCY MAR 43rd 469
1983 Johnny Hayes Racing 28 Pontiac DAY RCH CAR HCY MAR NWS SBO GPS LGY DOV BRI CLT
4
SBO HCY ROU SBO ROU CRW ROU SBO HCY LGY IRP GPS BRI HCY DAR RCH NWS SBO MAR ROU CLT HCY MAR 102nd 160
1986 Ingram Racing 11 Pontiac DAY CAR HCY MAR BRI DAR SBO LGY JFC DOV CLT SBO HCY ROU IRP SBO RAL OXF SBO HCY LGY ROU BRI DAR RCH DOV MAR
8
ROU CLT CAR MAR 109th -
1987 Whitaker Racing 7 Buick DAY
18
HCY MAR DAR
5
BRI
23
LGY SBO CLT
1
DOV
24*
IRP ROU JFC OXF SBO HCY RAL LGY ROU BRI
31
JFC DAR
1*
RCH
7
DOV
24*
MAR
31
CLT
1
CAR
30
MAR
31
26th 1509
1988 DAY
8
HCY
11
CAR
5
MAR DAR
2*
BRI
8
LNG NZH SBO NSV CLT
6
DOV ROU LAN LVL MYB
23
OXF SBO HCY LNG IRP ROU BRI
4
DAR
1*
RCH
1
DOV
7
MAR
1
CLT
38
CAR
1
MAR
1
19th 2238
1989 DAY
26
CAR
11*
MAR
20
HCY
6
DAR
3
BRI
30
NZH SBO LAN NSV CLT
29
DOV
28
ROU LVL VOL MYB SBO HCY DUB IRP ROU BRI
28
DAR
1
RCH
25
DOV
15
MAR
26
CLT
7
CAR
1*
MAR
2
20th 1907
1990 Olds DAY
2
23rd 2134
Buick RCH
34
CAR
4
MAR
28
HCY
9
DAR
1*
BRI LAN SBO NZH HCY
9
CLT
3
DOV
2
ROU VOL MYB OXF NHA
2
SBO DUB IRP ROU BRI DAR
2
RCH
10
DOV
1*
MAR CLT
30
NHA CAR
7
MAR
1991 DAY
5
RCH
1
CAR
5
MAR
24*
VOL HCY DAR
40*
BRI
7
LAN SBO NZH CLT
3
DOV
16*
ROU HCY MYB GLN OXF NHA SBO DUB IRP ROU BRI
30
DAR
7
RCH
1
DOV
1*
CLT
1
NHA
3
CAR
5
MAR
1*
21st 2309
1992 DAY
DNQ
CAR RCH
1*
ATL
2
MAR DAR
2
BRI
1*
HCY LAN DUB NZH CLT DOV
17
ROU MYB GLN VOL NHA BRI
22
DAR
31*
RCH
9
DOV
3
MAR
26
CAR
5
HCY 19th 1887
Chevy TAL
33
IRP ROU MCH
5
NHA CLT
7
1993 DAY
3
DAR
2
BRI
26
HCY ROU MAR NZH CLT
38
DOV
31
MYB GLN MLW
29
TAL
41
IRP MCH
13
NHA BRI
16
DAR
32
RCH DOV
34
ROU CLT
35
MAR CAR
29
HCY ATL
4
19th 1887
Buick CAR
7
RCH
33
1994 Chevy DAY
32
CAR
2
RCH
3
ATL
1*
MAR DAR
5
HCY BRI
7
ROU NHA NZH CLT
30
DOV
32
MYB GLN MLW
12
SBO TAL
31
HCY IRP
32
MCH
24
BRI
28
DAR
23
RCH DOV
2*
CLT
35
MAR CAR
4*
23rd 1939

Craftsman Truck Series

NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 NCTC Pts
1996 Harry Gant 33 Chevy HOM PHO POR EVG TUS CNS HPT BRI
13
NZH
21
MLW LVL I70 IRP
12
FLM
8
GLN NSV
20
RCH
8
NHA
24
MAR
10
NWS
31
SON MMR PHO
10
LVS
21
24th 1267

International Race of Champions

(key) (Bold - Pole position. * - Most laps led.)

International Race of Champions results
Year Make 1 2 3 4 Pos. Pts Ref
1985 Chevy DAY
5
MOH
6
TAL
C
MCH
1*
1st 45 [10]
1986 DAY
8*
MOH
6
TAL
2
GLN
11
6th 41 [11]
1992 Dodge DAY
2
TAL
5
MCH
4
MCH
6
5th 46.5 [12]
1993 DAY
8
DAR
3
TAL
7
MCH
4
7th 44 [13]

References

  1. ^ a b "Harry P. Gant".
  2. ^ a b c http://search.proquest.com/docview/273091779
  3. ^ Caraviello, David (January 14, 2014). "TOP 10 DEBUTS WITH NEW TEAMS". NASCAR. Retrieved 2014.
  4. ^ 1989 Transouth 400 interview
  5. ^ "IROC Results for 1985 - Racing-Reference.info".
  6. ^ Callahan, Terry. "Skoal Racing's final ride to come at Atlanta" 1999. http://www.theautochannel.com/news/date/19991116/news003231.html
  7. ^ http://search.proquest.com/docview/280434725
  8. ^ http://search.proquest.com/docview/423621093
  9. ^ http://search.proquest.com/docview/273508661
  10. ^ "Harry Gant - 1985 IROC Results". Racing-Reference. Retrieved 2017.
  11. ^ "Harry Gant - 1986 IROC Results". Racing-Reference. Retrieved 2017.
  12. ^ "Harry Gant - 1992 IROC Results". Racing-Reference. Retrieved 2017.
  13. ^ "Harry Gant - 1993 IROC Results". Racing-Reference. Retrieved 2017.

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Cale Yarborough
IROC Champion
IROC IX (1985)
Succeeded by
Al Unser, Jr.

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