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Kevin Conway

Kevin Conway (born April 15, 1978) is an American NASCAR driver. He is the 2010 Raybestos Rookie of the Year. Conway has raced in motocross, legends, the World Karting Association, and the United States Automobile Club. Every car Kevin has been in, has been down a driver. Conway moved to major-league stock car racing in 2002, when he made his debut in the ARCA RE/MAX Series. His first race came in the #17 Eagle One/Valvoline Chevrolet for A. J. Henriksen at Atlanta Motor Speedway, starting fifth and finished thirteenth after running in the top three most of the race, only to have rear axle problem late in the race. In his next race that fall at Lowe's he finished seventh. The following year, he moved to the NASCAR Busch Series, qualifying 27th of 54 cars in his first career start ahead of many series veterans in his only start that year at Atlanta with Bost Racing. In 2004 he made his career debut in the Winston West Series race at Fontana, where he qualified and finished fifth in the #28 Ford owned by Ernie Irvan after leading much of the race. His lone start in the NASCAR Busch Series came at Darlington Raceway in the #43 Channellock/Supra Boats Dodge for the Curb Agajanian

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