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#52 Jimmy Means Chevrolet
Panini America Unveiling New UFC Paint Scheme for Talladega XFinity Series Race to Celebrate Launch of 2021 UFC PRIZM
Gray Gaulding’s No. 52 Camaro will feature a flashy new UFC Prizm scheme during Talladega race IRVING, Texas (April 20, 2021) – Panini America is breaking from its primary Panini Trading Cards paint scheme that has been a constant on Xfinity Series races the last...
Gaulding Sports New Shades With New Sponsor SVS Vision
Standout Management Group and NASCAR driver Gray Gaulding announce new multi-race sponsorship with SVS Vision headquartered in Mt. Clemens, Michigan. (For Immediate Release -- March 5, 2021) Fort Worth, TEXAS -- Standout Management Group (SMG) and NASCAR driver Gray...
James “Jimmy” Means
James “Jimmy” Means is a former Winston Cup owner/driver and owns his own team, Jimmy Means Racing. He competed in NASCAR for eighteen years in mostly his own equipment, posting seventeen career top-tens. He made three career Busch Series starts in 1989, finishing 10th at Darlington Raceway. Following his retirement, Means worked as a crew chief in NASCAR, working for Bud Moore Engineering and Moy Racing. Means was part the Alabama Gang which included Bobby Allison, Davey Allison, Red Farmer, and Donnie Allison and later Steve Grissom and Mike Alexander.
#52 Jimmy Means Chevrolet Driven by Gray Gaulding
“I want to be the greatest NASCAR driver of all time!” was heard from Gray at a very young age. After he began racing at age 3 on four-wheelers and dirt bikes, Gray continued honing his skills for 15 years finally reaching his first DAYTONA 500 in 2018 achieving a 20th place finish!
2020- 2 Top-10’s Xfinity (Career: 2nd Daytona)
2019 – 13th overall Xfinity 4 top-10’s (Career: 2nd Talladega)
Ran his 50th Cup Race at his home Track (Richmond, VA.)
2018-MENCS – 23 Races placing 20th at 60th DAYONA 500
2017- MENCS – 27 Races, 1 Top 10 (9th at Talledega)
News & Notable
Youngest Winner in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West “Phoneix Int’l Raceway” (15 years, 8 months, 30 days)
Youngest Pole Sitter in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West “Kern County Raceway Park” (15 years, 8 months, 16 days”
Youngest Pole Sitter in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series “Richmond Int’l Raceway” (15 years, 2 months, 15 days)