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"But Ford paid my salary to go and work for Bill Davis, because Jeff wanted me there so bad." Evernham remained the crew chief for Gordon after he moved up into the Winston Cup (now Sprint Cup) for Hendrick Motorsports from the final race of the 1992 season to 1999.
In 1997, Crocker began running Mini Sprints at Whip City Speedway in Westfield, MA.
A three time Winston Cup Series Champion with driver Jeff Gordon, in 1999, Evernham won the NASCAR Winston Cup Illustrated “Person of the Year”.
When he was 26 years old, he was hired by the International Race of Champions (IROC) as a chassis specialist.
I was just wondering, I know the relationship between Erin Crocker and Ray Evernham is beyond professional, but I was just wondering if anyone knew if Ray or Erin had said anything publicly about their relationship, because they let everyone know they were a couple at the Texas race, So I was just wondering if...
"I don't think it's any secret that because of the personal relationship between Erin and I it hurt her career," Evernham said on Friday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Passion: Evernham, who is 56 years old, he has a lot of success in his life.
We had fun, we did good, he was what I wanted, and I was what he wanted." Gordon's owner, Bill Davis Racing, did not want to hire Evernham for their NASCAR Busch Series team."The proper thing to do and something her and I would like to do is move her to another race team."I think the girl has a lot of talent.But if I sit here and say to somebody, 'Look, she's got a lot of talent, you should sponsor her,' my credibility is not good because of the personal relationship," he said.Wolfe drove two Nationwide races in 2003 and three more in 2004 before signing on with Ray Evernham Motorsports to drive one of the team’s Dodges on the circuit in 2005. The names read like a hall of fame of stock car racing – Richard Petty, Lee Petty, David Pearson, Cotton Owens, Carl Kiekhaefer, Tim Flock, Bobby Isaac, Bill Elliott, Buck Baker, Ray Evernham, Bobby Allison, Buddy Baker.All rode to NASCAR success – at one level or another – in Chrysler products.