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*Jamie will be driving for Chip Ganassi Racing in 2003 in the Winston Cup Series.

*In 2002, he has three top fives and 11 top-10s.

Birthdate: June 3, 1976

Height/Weight: 56 / 145 lbs.

Hometown: Joplin, Missouri

Years in Racing:  14

(Following information courtesy Busch Series sponsor, Williams TravelCenters and BGNRacing.com) 

                    Raced go-karts and nationally and internationally from age 8-17

                    Won four United States Go-kart titles between 86 and 92.

                    Won World Go-kart Championship in 1991.

                    Started driving NASCAR Late Models in 1992.

                    Track Champion at I-44 Speedway in Lebanon, Missouri in 1997. Defeated former NASCAR Winston Racing Series Champion Larry Phillips for title.

                    Competed on the ARTGO and NASCAR RE/MAX Challenge Series in 1998.

                    In 1999, competed on the RE/MAX Challenge Series and five NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series races. On May 22, 1999, made NCTS debut at I-70 Speedway in Odessa, Missouri.

                    In 2000, competed in 15 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series events. Won the Bud Pole Award at the Michigan Speedway and Nashville Speedway USA. Posted one top-five and three top-ten finishes. Best finish was third at Indianapolis Raceway Park.

                    October 2000, named to drive the Williams Travel Centers Chevrolet for Brewco Motorsports, Inc. in the NASCAR Busch Series, Grand National Division in 2001.

                    On October 29, 2000, made NASCAR Busch Series debut at the Memphis Motorsports Park. Also competed in the Busch Series race at Phoenix on November 4th.

                    In 2001, McMurray competed in all 33 NASCAR Busch Series events, posting three top-ten finishes. Qualified in the top ten six times. Third in the Raybestos Rookie-of-the-Year standings and finished 16th in the overall Busch Series point standings