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Jerry Hill, is a former NASCAR driver and father of current
Nationwide Series driver Timmy Hill. He was born in Brandywine, MD.
He was a fixture on the Craftsman Truck Series for years, but has
competed on all levels of NASCAR. Hill made his debut in 1991,
running the #56 Hill Motorsports Pontiac that he would drive
throughout his Cup career. In his debut at Dover, Hill started and
finished 38th after vibration problems, only completing 39 laps. In
his second start at Rockingham, Hill managed to improve on
qualifying, but finished 38th just the same after being flagged.
Hill would run four races for the team in 1992. He managed his best
finish of the year of 27th at Rockingham, the only race he
finished. He also improved on qualifying in 1992, earning a career
best of 36th at Dover. Hill ran two races in 1993, his last Cup
starts. They both came at Rockingham, they were both 38th place
finishes and they were both DNFs. So, with the dismal results, Hill
left the Cup Series
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