|2010 position N/A|
Best finish 83rd (2004)
|Name Todd Szegedy|
Role NASCAR Driver
|Born May 6, 1976 (age 39)
Ridgefield, Connecticut (1976-05-06) |
Awards 2007 Whelen Modified Tour Most Popular Driver 2003 NASCAR Whelen Modified Champion 2002 Sunoco Rookie of the Year 1995 and 1996 SCCA Champion
First race 2004 Alan Kulwicki 250 (Milwaukee)
Last race 2004 Sam's Town 250 (Memphis)
2009 nwmt new hampshire 1 todd szegedy practice in car
Todd Szegedy (born May 6, 1976 in Ridgefield, Connecticut) is an American racecar driver. He was the 2003 champion of the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour.
- 2009 nwmt new hampshire 1 todd szegedy practice in car
- Cobra automotive camaro testing at lime rock park driver todd szegedy
- Busch Series Career
- Whelen Modified Career
Cobra automotive camaro testing at lime rock park driver todd szegedy
Busch Series Career
In 2004, he competed in three NASCAR Busch Series races for NEMCO Motorsports in the #87 Chevrolet, with an average finish of 25th place. He made his Busch Series debut at the Milwaukee Mile starting in the 23rd position and finishing 21st. His best career finish came at the Memphis Motorsports Park which he started 37th and finished 15th.
He is probably best remembered by NASCAR fans for an incident that took place during his qualifying run for his 2nd career start, which came at Chicagoland Speedway in July of 2004. During his run, a gigantic inflatable orange promoting race sponsor Tropicana was blown by the wind onto the racing surface, forcing Szegedy to dodge it. Szegedy was granted another qualifying attempt and qualified 12th.
Whelen Modified Career
Szegedy resumed driving in the Whelen Modified Tour full-time in 2006. Currently he has 17 career wins along with 9 pole positions. He was awarded win number 16 in 2011 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway after Ryan Newman's car was disqualified after failing post race inspection.