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Jimmy Fennig

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Born Sep 15, 1953
Age 60

Jimmy Fennig is a longtime NASCAR crew chief. He was the crew chief for Kurt Busch's 2004 NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series' (now Sprint Cup Series) championship.

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CHILDHOOD

1953 Birth Born on September 15, 1953.

THIRTIES

1984 30 Years Old He raced as a driver until joining the NASCAR Winston Cup Series (now Sprint Cup Series) in 1984 for DiGard Racing. Fennig moved to the American Speed Association (ASA) in 1985 for Mark Martin. In their two seasons together in ASA, the duo had 9 wins, 13 pole positions, and the 1986 championship.
1987 33 Years Old Fennig returned to the Winston Cup Series as the crew chief for Bobby Allison at Stavola Brothers Racing in 1987. … Read More
1989 35 Years Old The following season, he was paired with fellow Wisconsin racer Dick Trickle, who won the 1989 Winston Cup Rookie of the Year award. … Read More

FIFTIES

2004 50 Years Old 1 More Event
…  He was the crew chief for Kurt Busch's 2004 NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series' (now Sprint Cup Series) championship. … Read More
2006 52 Years Old He continued in that role until 2006. … Read More
2007 53 Years Old Fennig became the crew chief for David Ragan after Ragan replaced Martin in the #6 car in 2007, and he remained in that role for 2008. … Read More
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