Aside from his top-10’s, he’s been posting 11th-place finishes, 14th-place finishes, 13th-place finishes, and so on.

They may not be as eye-catching as top-10s and top-fives, but they still bring in the points.

For Mc Murray this has been a long time coming in regards to making the Chase.

Mc Murray’s interest in racing dates back to the early age of eight, when he began racing go-karts, and at the age of 10 he won his first US go-kart title.

In 1991 Mc Murray, at the age of 15, won the World Go-Karting Championship, while in 1992 he debuted in NASCAR late-model races.

With one race left before the 2015 Chase for the Sprint Cup, Jamie Mc Murray finally finds himself in Chase contention after 11 years with the NASCAR’s playoff system.

Once he starts Saturday’s Federated Auto Parts 400 at Richmond, he will be solidly in the Chase.

As a matter of fact, his average finish for the season following Darlington is an impressive 15.1.

Mc Murray is looking to make a run similar to that of Ryan Newman last year, where Newman finished second in the points despite not winning a race.

Aside from that, expect crew chief Matt Mc Call to bring his A-game in the Chase.

He’s in his first year as Mc Murray’s pit boss, and although he’s been impressive enough as is, it’s doubful he’ll be satisfied if he doesn’t get to Homestead in the Final Four.

When it comes to his personal life, Mc Murray was romantically involved with Cielo Garcia, a former Miss Winston model, before marrying Christy Futrell in 2009.