2011 Finished 27th in NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver points collecting one pole, two top-five and four top-10 finishes. Finished 2nd in the Rolex 24 At Daytona.
2010 Jamie McMurray and the No. 1 Team wrapped up an historic 2010 season which began with a victory in the season opening Daytona 500. The team went on to capture victory in the second-most prestigious race on the NSCS schedule, winning the Brickyard 400 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in July. These two victories made McMurray one of only three drivers to have ever won both the Daytona 500 and Brickyard 400 in the same season. McMurray also claimed victory at Charlotte Motor Speedway, winning the Bank of America 500 in October. The victory at Charlotte made McMurray the only non-chase driver to win during the 2010 Chase for the Sprint Cup. In 2010, McMurray matched his career wins mark (all coming in separate seasons), with three, making 2010 his first multiple-win year. Along with the three wins the team amassed four poles (one more than McMurray’s total career poles, prior to 2010), nine top-five and 12 top-10 finishes this season. McMurray also led for a career best 346 laps before finishing the season 14th in the points standings.
2009 In 2009, McMurray ranked 22nd in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS) point’s standings with one win, one top-five, and five top-10 finishes. McMurray led the final 32 laps of the AMP Energy 500 at Talladega Superspeedway to come away with his third career NSCS win.
2008 McMurray finished up with a solid NSCS season, earning four top-five and 11 top-10 finishes - placing him 16th in the final point standings. He finished the year strong earning three consecutive third-place finishes in the series’ last three races. He also secured five top-10 finishes in the final six races of the year, four of which he placed in the top five.
2007 In July of 2007, McMurray recorded the second closest finish in NASCAR history after battling Kyle Busch on the final lap of the Firecracker 400 at Daytona, crossing the finish line just .005 seconds ahead of Busch. McMurray also claimed the Pole Award at Infineon Raceway, posting a time of 77.521 seconds on the 1.99 mile road course. He scored three top-five and nine top-10 finishes, ending the season 17th in the point’s standings.
2006 The 2006 season saw McMurray lead 95 of the closing laps at Dover International Speedway only to finish second to his teammate Matt Kenseth. He also finished a solid third at Watkins Glen. He went on to score three top-five and seven top-10 finishes.
2005 Returning to Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates for the third consecutive season, McMurray grabbed four top-five and 10 top-10 finishes, placing 12th in the final point standings.
2004 In his second year driving for Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates, McMurray earned nine top-five and 23 top-10 finishes. This marked the second highest number of top-10 finishes for the 2004 NSCS season, behind only Jeff Gordon. McMurray was most impressive during the second half of his season with 12 top-10 finishes in the last 14 races. He also scored the second most points during the ten race Chase for the Championship. He finished 11th in the points earning a $1 million dollar bonus. McMurray also won three Nationwide Series (NNS) races – one with Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates after qualifying third at Phoenix.
2003 McMurray began driving the No. 42 Dodge for Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates in 2003. He grabbed his first career pole at Homestead-Miami Speedway and earned the 2003 Raybestos Rookie of the Year Award. He had five top-five and 13 top-10 finishes, placing 13th in the final points.
2002 In 2002, McMurray shocked the racing world when he won his first NSCS race in only his second start. Filling in for an injured Sterling Marlin, McMurray’s win at Lowes Motor Speedway set a new record as it took McMurray the shortest amount of time to win an NSCS race. He also raced a full season in the NNS earning two wins at Atlanta and Rockingham, six top-five, and 14 top-10 finishes – earning him 6th place in the 2002 NNS standings.
2001 In McMurray’s rookie year in the NNS, McMurray earned three top-10 finishes and finished 16th in the final point standings.
2000 McMurray competed in 15 of the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series (NCTS) races. His season saw him earn two Pole Awards, one top-five, and three top-10 finishes.