John Krebs (racing driver)
October 1, 1950
|Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series career|
|19 races run over 15 years|
|Best finish||60th (1992, 1993)|
|First race||1982 Budweiser 400 (Riverside)|
|Last race||1994 Save Mart Supermarkets 300 (Sonoma)|
|Statistics current as of May 27, 2019.|
John Krebs (born October 1, 1950) is an American professional stock car racing driver. Hailing from Roseville, California, he is a 15-year veteran of NASCAR's Cup Series, competing in 19 events from 1978 to 1994. He also competed in the Winston West Series for many years, scoring one win in the series in 1978.
Krebs was involved in an accident with Derrike Cope at Sonoma Raceway in 1994 that sent Krebs flipping outside of the racetrack's limits. It was the final race of Krebs' Cup Series career as he failed to qualify for races at Indianapolis and Phoenix later that season.
More recently, Krebs owned a team in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West. The team, John Krebs Racing, last competed in the 2018 season with driver Takuma Koga. The team's best finish came at Orange Show Speedway in 2017, where they placed fifth.
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