Todd Bodine

Website: www.TeamOnion.com
Twitter: @Team_Onion

Driver: No. 30 Germain.com Tundra
Born: February 27, 1964
Hometown: Chemung, NY
Wife: Janet
Daughter: Ashlyn
Resides: Mooresville, NC
Hobbies: Hot Rods, Golf, Motorcycles, Bobsledding and Snow Skiing

Bodine was born into racing with his parents owning the Chemung (NY) Speedrome in their native hometown. The youngest brother of fellow NASCAR and Modified drivers Geoff and Brett Bodine, Todd is a constant threat to win races in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Even though he may have followed in their tire tracks of racing, he quickly made his own name and reputation as a fierce competitor, winning driver and two-time champion.

His vast experience in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, a winner in the NASCAR Nationwide Series and move to the NASCAR Camping World Series gave Bodine exactly what he needed to succeed. And, has he ever. The proof is in a quick look at just a few of his accomplishments:

  • NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Champion in 2006, and 2010
  • Both Championship runs set records - 2006 featured record-setting run of 21-consecutive races as the points leader and in 2010 Bodine repeatedly lead by record-setting points margins over his competitors
  • Has more wins than any other Toyota Tundra team/driver combo in the NCWTS history with the No. 30 Germain.com team
  • First NCWTS driver to collect back-to-back wins at Daytona
  • Only NCWTS Series driver to win four consecutive superspeedway races (Talladega 2007, Daytona 2008, Talladega 2008, Daytona 2009)
  • Finished top-five in points in six consecutive, full-time NCWTS seasons.
  • Has earned 21 NCWTS wins and seven pole awards;  15 Nationwide Series wins and seven pole awards
  • Has earned at least two victories in each of the seven seasons with Germain Racing
  • Earned Germain Racing’s first top-five finish in Nationwide Series (Darlington, 2008) and first top-10 Nationwide finish (Gateway, 2007)
  • Ranks seventh among Nationwide Series drivers with 160 top-10 finishes
  • Raced seven full-time Nationwide Series seasons earning seven top-10 and five top-five championship points finishes
  • Collected pole awards, top-five and top-10 finishes in each of NASCAR’s three premier divisions
  • Ranked 22nd in all-time NASCAR career starts among the top-three divisions