Bill Elliott drove the number 9 Coors car. Robbi e Gordon and Sterling Martin have driven the number 40 Coors car. Coors Light started its official sponsorship with NASCAR in 2008, after a 14-year run as the primary sponsor of the No. 40 car.
Jeff Gordon and Richard Petty both drove cars sponsored by Meineke.
Bill Elliott drove the Coors sponsored car from 1984 to 1990 in the Nascar Winston Cup Series.
Bill Elliott drove the #9 coors car, it seems to me that that was in the mid to late 80's. Coors has been a long time sponsor and a few other drivers may have piloted cars with their name on it in that time frame. Bill actually drove the Melling owned Coors Light car for 1 season only and that was 1991. He only got 1 win (Pepsi 400 at Daytona) and it was his last year driving for Melling. The next time Bill was in a Coors car was in 2005 when he drove the #39 Coors Dodge Charger in a paint scheme similar to his old red #9 Coors T-Birds of the 1980's
Most current Nascar drivers with Miller sponsorship:Rusty Wallace (1990-2005)Kurt Busch (2006-2010)Brad Keselowski (2011-present)
In 1987, Terry Labonte drove the Budweiser car in the Nascar Cup Series.
In 2010, Kasey Kahne drove the Budweiser car in the Nascar Cup Series.
Kasey Kahne drove the 9 car in the Nascar Cup Series from 2004 through race #31 of the 2010 season. Aric Almirola drove the 9 car in the last five races of 2010.
In 1990, Terry Labonte drove the #1 car in the Nascar Winston Cup Series.
In 1994, Bill Elliott drove the Budweiser car in the Nascar Cup Series.
In 1999, Mike Skinner drove the #31 car in the Nascar Cup Series.
In 2011, Andy Lally and Hermie Sadler both drove the #71 car in the Nascar Cup Series.
In 2002, Kenny Wallace drove the #1 car in the Nascar Winston Cup Series for the first four races. Steve Parkdrove it for the remainder of the season.
Joe Nemecheck did.
Dale Jr. drove the 9 car Kasey Kahne drove the 8 car in 2007
Hut Strickland drove the McDonald's car in 1993.
Jimmy Spencer drove the McDonald's car in 1994.
In 2010, the #15 car wasn't driven in the Sprint Cup Series. In the NASCAR Nationwide Series, Michael Arnett drove the #15.
Crown Royal ended its sponsorship with Nascar following the 2011 season.
Aric Almirola currently drives the #43 car. Prior to Almirola, A.J. Allmendinger used that number from 2010 through 2011. Click on the link below to see other drivers who drove the #43 in the Nascar Cup Series.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. drove the #8 Budweiser car in the 2007 season.
Bill Elliott ==== Bill Elliott also known as "Awesome Bill from Dawsonville" drove the fastest lap in NASCAR history at 212.809 MPH. The record was set at Talladega in 1987.