22 Nov 5-Hour Energy Racing Season Recap
Sadly, for NASCAR fans, the 2010 NASCAR Nationwide Series has come to a close. But, the good news is that Steve Wallace, the #66 racecar sponsored by 5-Hour Energy crossed the finish line with 8 months of quality stats in tow.
Wallace started out the 2010 NASCAR season on a high note, clinching a top ten spot in the first three races: the DRIVE4COPD 300, the Stater Bros. 300 and the Sam’s Town 300. Throughout those 900 combined laps, he tore up the track with ease, finishing each race in a higher position than he started. However, as with most great achievements, success doesn’t come without its trials and tribulations.
For the next three races, as a result of crashes and equipment failure, Steve Wallace had to throw in the towel early. Throughout the remainder of the season, Wallace was plagued by various stints of bad luck, but each time, he’s made epic comebacks. Wallace finished-out the season with a 15th place finish at the Ford 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Over the course of the 2010 NASCAR Nationwide Series, 5-Hour Energy Racing’s Steve Wallace earned a career-best 13 top ten finishes, garnering him 3,940 points and an overall rank of 10th place. After only four full seasons of professional racing, those stats are not too shabby – but what else would you expect from Rusty Wallace Racing? Each season since
Steve Wallace’s first professional NASCAR race in 2005, he has succeeded in improving many of his stats from the year before, which spells nothing but continued success for 5-Hour Energy Racing. Want us to prove it? Check out Steve Wallace’s stats from the 2010 NASCAR Nationwide Series.
As 5-Hour Energy Racing bids a fond farewell to the 2010 NASCAR season, we can only speculate as to the going-ons of the upcoming year. However, since 5-Hour Energy will once again be sponsoring the #66 Racecar, and of course, its driver Steve Wallace, we have high hopes that the 2011 NASCAR Season is going to be great ride!