Bobby Hamilton Racing

Bobby Hamilton Racing

Bobby Hamilton Racing-Virginia was a former NASCAR racing team. It was owned by four-time NEXTEL Cup winner and 2004 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series champion Bobby Hamilton until his death on January 7, 2007. Bobby Hamilton, Jr. was given ownership after the death of his father, but the younger Hamilton has disavowed his relationship with the company.. The company was last run by Bobby Hamilton, Sr's widow, Lori Hamilton.

The company, formerly based in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee made plans to move to Martinsville, Virginia after announcing a partnership with Arrington Manufacturing in December 2007 as its new owners were based in the Virginia area, with Mac Bailey, Stacy Compton, Clay Campbell, and Joey Arrington all being Virginians.

Read more about Bobby Hamilton Racing:  History, Demise

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