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Mark McFarland

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Mark McFarland
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Mark McFarland U.S. Navy photo by Chris Desmond
August 23, 2005
Commander, Navy Recruiting Command, Rear Adm. Dale Jeffrey Fowler and Navy NASCAR driver and team owner Dale Earnhardt Jr., right, and driver Mark McFarland, left, announce today during a press conference at Lowes Motor Speedway Charlotte, N.C., that the Navy will sponsor a new team owned by Earnhardt Jr., for the 2006 NASCAR Busch Series. The team will field a Chevrolet Monte Carlo Number 88 driven by McFarland and will carry the “Navy - Accelerate Your life” primary sponsor logo.
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Mark McFarland U.S. Navy photo by Chris Desmond
February 1, 2006
Driver of the Navy sponsored NASCAR Busch series number 88 car, Mark McFarland, conducts a parachute drag during survival training at the Aviation Survival Training Center onboard Naval Air Station Pensacola. McFarland is completing his qualifications to fly with the U.S. Navy flight demonstration team, the Blue Angels later this month.
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Mark McFarland U.S. Navy photo by Chris Desmond
February 1, 2006
Driver of the Navy sponsored NASCAR Busch series number 88 car, Mark McFarland experience the helicopter hoist training device at the Survival Training Center onboard Naval Air Station Pensacola. McFarland is completing his qualifications to fly with the U.S. Navy flight demonstration team, the Blue Angels later this month.
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Mark McFarland U.S. Navy photo by Megan Kohr
February 1, 2006
Driver of the Navy sponsored NASCAR Busch series number 88 car, Mark McFarland, completes the parachute drag during survival training at the Aviation Survival Training Center onboard Naval Air Station Pensacola. McFarlane completed his qualifications to fly with the U.S. Navy flight demonstration team, the Blue Angels later this month.
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Mark McFarland U.S. Navy photo by Chris Desmond
February 15, 2006
Mark McFarland drives the NASCAR Busch No. 88 “Navy - Accelerate Your life” Chevrolet Monte Carlo during a practice session at the Daytona International Speedway. Dale Earnhardt, Jr. owns the No. 88 car and is making its debut at the Hershey's Kissable 300 on Feb. 18, 2006.
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Mark McFarland U.S. Navy photo by Chris Desmond
February 15, 2006
Members of JR Motorsports push the No. 88 Navy “Accelerate Your Life” Chevrolet Monte Carlo to pit row before practice at the Daytona International Speedway. Mark McFarland was at the wheel for the 2006 NASCAR Busch Series season driving the U.S. Navy sponsored car that is owned by Dale Earnhardt Jr., which made it’s debut at the Hershey’s Kissable 300.
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Mark McFarland U.S. Navy photo by Chris Desmond
February 16, 2006
Mark McFarland drives the NASCAR Busch No. 88 “Navy - Accelerate Your life” Chevrolet Monte Carlo during a practice session at the Daytona International Speedway. Dale Earnhardt, Jr. owns the No. 88 car and is making its debut at the Hershey's Kissable 300 on Feb. 18, 2006.
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Mark McFarland U.S. Navy photo by Patricia R. Totemeier
February 27, 2006
Aviation Machinist’s Mate 1st Class Patrick Palma, left, and U.S. Marine Sgt. Deo Harrypersaud, right, prepare Busch Series NASCAR driver Mark McFarland, prior to a VIP demonstration flight with the U.S. Navy flight demonstration team, “Blue Angels” on board Naval Air Facility El Centro. McFarland, is the No. 88 driver for the U.S. Navy’s “Accelerate Your Life” Chevrolet Monte Carlo. Team owner and Nextel Cup driver Dale Earnhardt Jr., also received a VIP flight, and took time for an autograph session with Sailors and Marines on board the Air Facility.
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Mark McFarland U.S. Navy photo by Patricia R. Totemeier
February 27, 2006
Busch Series NASCAR driver Mark McFarland conducts an interview with local media after flying with the U.S. Navy flight demonstration team “Blue Angels” on board Naval Air Facility El Centro. McFarland, is the No. 88 driver for the U.S. Navy’s “Accelerate Your Life” Chevrolet Monte Carlo. Team owner and Nextel Cup driver Dale Earnhardt Jr., also received a VIP flight, and took time for an autograph session with Sailors and Marines on board the Air Facility.
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JR Motorsports U.S. Navy photo by Johnny Bivera
Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Mike Mullen, JR Motorsports owner Dale Earnhardt Jr., and Navy's NASCAR Busch Series driver Mark McFarland conduct a press conference announcing the extension of the U.S. Navy and JR Motorsports partnership in the Busch Series through the 2007 season. They answered questions from the media on Saturday afternoon before the start of the 200 lap run of the NASCAR Busch Series USG Durock 300 at Chicagoland Speedway in Joliet, Ill. Earnhardt is owner of the JR Motorsports team who will field the No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS.
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Mark McFarland U.S. Navy photo by Johnny Bivera
Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Mike Mullen conducts a reenlistment ceremony for Aviation Electricians Mate 2nd Class Patrick Stewart of Middleton, Wis. Sailors of Naval Recruiting District and the Navy's NASCAR Busch Series racecar driver Mark McFarland play witness to the ceremony prior to the USG Durock 300 at Chicagoland Speedway in Joliet, Ill. The U.S. Navy and JR Motorsports announced the extension of their partnership on Saturday afternoon before the start of the 200 laps run. The Dale Earnhardt Jr.-owned team will field the No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS in the Busch Series through the 2007 season.
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Mark McFarland 2006 O'Reilly 300
U.S. Air Force photo by Michael A. Kaplan
Mark McFarland, driver of the No. 88 Navy “Accelerate Your Life” Chevrolet Monte Carlo is strapped in and ready to start his engine prior to the start of the NASCAR Busch Series O'Reilly 300 held at Texas Motor Speedway. McFarland started and finished in the 23rd position.
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Mark McFarland 2006 O'Reilly 300
U.S. Air Force photo by Michael A. Kaplan
Mark McFarland, driver of No. 88 Navy “Accelerate Your Life” Chevrolet Monte Carlo races around the Texas Motor Speedway during the NASCAR Busch Series O'Reilly 300. McFarland started and finished in the 23rd position.
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Mark McFarland U.S. Navy photo by Gary Ward
U.S. Navy NASCAR driver Mark McFarland enjoys a pre-race visit with area Sailors. The Sailors took part in the opening ceremony for the Kroger 200 at O'Reilly Raceway Park as part of festivities of Indianapolis Navy Week. Twenty-six such weeks are planned in cities throughout the U.S., arranged by the Navy Office of Community Outreach (NAVCO). NAVCO is a unit tasked with enhancing the Navy's brand image in areas with limited exposure to the Navy.
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Racing Record

Racing Record Notes

Busch Grand National/Busch Series Career Statistics

YearPos.PointsStartsPolesWinsTop 5Top 10Winnings
19986826540000$17,930
200110310310000$12,595
20047330630000$40,885
2005148010000$20,265
2006301975210001$516,137

Craftsman Truck Series Career Statistics

YearPos.PointsStartsPolesWinsTop 5Top 10Winnings
20036730630000$24,167
20043660370001$57,265
2005827310000$7,135

Race-by-Race Record

DateSeriesRaceTrackMake#SponsorStartFinishStatusPointsEarnings


Last edited December 2010






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