Stock Car Racing and Country Music—two pillars of culture in the Southern United States. And the two have mingled throughout the years. So put on your racing shoes, make sure they match your cowboy hat, and settle in for a look back at some of Nascar’s biggest stars turned Nashville wannabes!
The Song: A Driver’s Prayer by Billy Arr
The Star: Trevor Boys
The Review: Here we have one of the most-random “singers” on this album, Trevor Boys. The Canadian raced his only full-season the year before, but still—dude had a best finish of TENTH in 1984. And what’s with him saying that God “let him down before”? Maybe that explains why he never raced full-time again.
The Verdict: Less a song, more a guy whining about his car over a beat.