Fast Facts: Todd Bodine

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Todd Bodine is the driver of the #30 Germain Racing Toyota Tundra in the Camping World Truck Series, and occasionally runs in the Nationwide and Sprint Cup Series. Bodine is a two-time Truck Series champ – 2006 and 2010.
  • Bodine was born February 27th, 1964 in Chemung, New York. He is the younger brother of former NASCAR drivers Geoff and Brett Bodine.
  • Bodine started as a junior crew member on Brett’s street stock team at age 13; he entered his first race at age 19, and at age 22 in 1986 he started his first Nationwide Series race.
  • In 1991, Bodine signed with Frank Cicci Racing from central New York, teaming up with fellow New Yorker Mike McLaughlin. In 1992, Bodine made his first Cup Series start at his home track, Watkins Glen International.
  • Throughout the 1990s and early 2000s, Bodine made numerous Cup and Nationwide Series starts, and in 2005 began racing full-time in the Truck Series.
  • “Onion” is one of four drivers in the Germain Racing Truck Series stable; his teammates are Max Papis, Brendan Gaughan, and Justin Loftin. They also field a Cup car for Casey Mears.
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