NASCAR The Game 2011 shows off Cars and Drivers

Activision and Eutechnyx have released screens of the first twenty-two drivers including their cars.

Take a look inside.

1 Jamie McMurray
Born: June 3rd, 1976
Hometown: Joplin, MO
Team: Earnhardt Ganassi Racing
Crew Chief: Kevin Manion
Jamie was named Rookie of the Year in his first full NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season, in 2003.

42 Juan Pablo Montoya
Born: September 20th, 1975
Hometown: Bogota, Columbia
Team: Earnhardt Ganassi Racing
Crew Chief: Brian Pattie
Juan Pablo is the first Formula One driver to compete in NASCAR.

48 Jimmie Johnson
Born: September 17th, 1975
Hometown: El Cajon, CA
Team: Hendrick Motorsports
Crew Chief: Chad Knaus
Jimmie made NASCAR history earning five consecutive NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championships.

5 Mark Martin
Born: January 9th, 1959
Hometown: Batesville, AR
Team: Hendrick Motorsports
Crew Chief: Alan Gustafson
Mark has finished second in the Sprint Cup Series standings five times.

18 Kyle Busch
Born: May 2nd, 1985
Hometown: Las Vegas, NV
Team: Joe Gibbs Racing
Crew Chief: Dave Rogers
In 2008 Kyle set new records with 21 victories across the top 3 NASCAR series.

00 David Reutimann
Born: March 2nd, 1970
Hometown: Zephyrhills, FL
Team: Michael Waltrip Racing
Crew Chief: Rodney Childers
David drove to victory in the 50th Coca-Cola 600, the longest NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race.

56 Martin Truex Jr.
Born: June 29th, 1980
Hometown: Mayetta, N.J.
Team: Michael Waltrip Racing
Crew Chief: Pat Tryson
Martin made his debut as Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s relief driver on Oct. 31, 2004.

2 Kurt Busch
Born: August 4th, 1978
Hometown: Las Vegas, NV
Team: Penske Racing
Crew Chief: Steve Addington
Kurt edged out Jimmie Johnson to win the 2004 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series by 8 points.

34 Travis Kvapil
Born: March 1st, 1976
Hometown: Mooresville, N.C.
Team: Breaking Limits
Crew Chief: Brian Burns
Travis made his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series start at Martinsville, at the end of the 2004 season.

38 David Gilliland
Born: April 1st, 1976
Hometown: Riverside, CA
Team: Breaking Limits
Crew Chief: Peter Sospenzo
David’s first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race was in 2006, at Infineon Raceway in Sonoma.

13 Jennifer Jo Cobb
Team: Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing
Crew Chief: Steve Kuykendall
Born: June 12, 1973
Hometown: Kansas City, KA
Jennifer’s NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series debut was at Kansas Speedway, in April, 2008.

11 Denny Hamlin
Born: November 18th, 1980
Hometown: Chesterfield, VA
Team: Joe Gibbs Racing
Crew Chief: Mike Ford
Denny has qualified for the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup in every year he’s been racing.

20 Joey Logano
Born: May 24th, 1990
Hometown: Middletown, CT
Team: Joe Gibbs Racing
Crew Chief: Greg Zipadelli
Joey is the youngest Sprint Cup Series winner in NASCAR history, at 19 years old.

47 Marcos Ambrose
Born: September 1st, 1976
Hometown: Launceston, Tasmania
Team: JTG Daugherty Racing
Crew Chief: Frank Kerr
Marcos is the first Australian driver to race in the world-famous Daytona 500.

77 Sam Hornish Jr.
Born: July 2nd, 1979
Hometown: Bryan, OH
Team: Penske Racing
Crew Chief: Travis Geisler
Sam captured his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series top 10 finish at Phoenix International Raceway.

83 Brian Vickers
Born: October 24th, 1983
Hometown: Thomasville, NC
Team: Red Bull Racing Team
Crew Chief: Ryan Pemberton
Brian won the Nationwide Series in 2003, becoming the youngest NASCAR champion, at age 20.

31 Jeff Burton
Born: June 29th, 1967
Hometown: South Boston, VA
Team: Richard Childress Racing
Crew Chief: Todd Berrier
Jeff became the first repeat winner at Texas, capturing his 19th Sprint Cup Series win.

43 A.J. Allmendinger
Born: December 16th, 1981
Hometown: Los Gatos, CA
Team: Richard Petty Motorsports
Crew Chief: Mike Shiplett
A.J. collected his very first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series pole on April 9, 2010, at Phoenix.

19 Elliott Sadler
Born: April 30th, 1975
Hometown: Emporia, VI
Team: Richard Petty Motorsports
Crew Chief: Todd Parrot
Elliott is one of only 21 drivers to have won in each of NASCAR’s top three series.

99 Carl Edwards
Born: August 15th. 1979
Hometown: Columbia, MO
Team: Roush Fenway Racing
Crew Chief: Bob Osbourne
Carl was the first ever driver to win at both Atlanta races in the 2005 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.

39 Ryan Newman
Born: December 8th, 1977
Hometown: Rochester Hills, MI
Team: Stewart-Haas Racing
Crew Chief: Tony Gibson
Ryan is well known for winning poles, earning him the nickname ‘Rocketman’.

51a Aric Almirola
Born: March 14th, 1984
Hometown: Tampa, FL
Team: Billy Ballew Motorsports
Crew Chief: Jimmy Elledge
Aric was named standby driver for Jimmie Johnson and Jeff Gordon in 2010 by Hendrick Motorsports.

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