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2006 position  80th
Name  Justin Labonte
Parents  Terry Labonte
Best finish  17th (2005)
Role  Terry Labonte's son
Uncles  Bobby Labonte
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Born  February 5, 1981 (age 34) Trinity, North Carolina, U.S. (1981-02-05)
Achievements  1996 Summer Shootout Series Champion at Charlotte 1997 Summer Shootout Series Champion at Charlotte 2003 Late Model Stock Champion at Caraway Speedway
Awards  1998 USAR Hooters Pro Cup Consistency Award
First race  1999 BellSouth Mobility 320 (Nashville)
Last race  2006 Sam's Town 250 (Memphis)
Cousins  Robert Tyler Labonte, Madison Labonte
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Justin Labonte (born February 5, 1981) is a former NASCAR Busch Series driver. He is the son of two-time Winston Cup Series champion Terry Labonte, and the nephew of 2000 champion Bobby Labonte. He currently races on short tracks in North Carolina.


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Labonte was born in Trinity, North Carolina. He began racing at the age of 15 at Ace Speedway and Concord Motorsport Park. He also ran the Legends Summer Shootout Series at Charlotte Motor Speedway, where he won back-to-back championships in 1996 and 1997. During those two years, he split 25 career victories at Ace and Concord. In 1998, he moved to the USAR Hooters Pro Cup Series, where he finished 3rd in points and posted thirteen top-tens. He also won the Consistency award for finishing nearly 97% of all possible laps during the season. The next season, he had three top-tens in seven starts.


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In 1999, Labonte began sharing the #44 Slim Jim Chevrolet Monte Carlo with his father in the Busch Series. Qualifying nine times, he had a best finish of 14th at Myrtle Beach Speedway. He ran more races in 2000, his best finish a 20th at Nashville Speedway USA. He also made three starts in the ARCA series, posting two top-five finishes. In 2001, he ran a limited ARCA schedule, making five starts, including a race at Nashville Superspeedway, where he led 70 laps.

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Labonte began running late model stock series in 2002 at Caraway Speedway. In his first season at the track, he won one feature event and had ten top-tens in twelve starts. He followed that up by winning the track championship the next season. Labonte also returned to the Busch Series in 2002, attempting but failing to qualify for three races in the #04 Victory Junction Gang Dodge for Kerry Scherer. He made his first start in three years in 2003, starting 23rd and finishing 29th at Michigan International Speedway in the #06 Dodge Intrepid for Scherer.

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In 2004, Labonte announced he would make a limited run in the Busch Series that season in the #44 car owned by his father and sponsored by the United States Coast Guard. At the Twister 300, Labonte passed Mike Wallace on the last lap, after Wallace ran out of gas, to win his first career race. Out of seventeen starts that season, it was his only top-ten, but finished 35th in points. For 2005, Labonte's team merged with Haas CNC Racing, and he posted two top-tens and finished seventeenth in points. At the end of the season, he was released from his contract. He ran his only Busch race of 2006 at Memphis Motorsports Park in the #5 for Hendrick Motorsports, finishing 22nd. He also made his Craftsman Truck Series debut at Texas Motor Speedway, driving the #24 Bill Davis Racing Toyota Tundra to a 22nd finish place finish. He most recently raced in the Craftsman Truck Series in 2007 driving Michael Waltrip's #00 Aaron's Toyota Tundra. He finished 27th at O'Reilly Raceway Park, followed by a 12th place finish at Martinsville.


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