Bobby Hamilton

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Craftsman Truck
January 8, 2007
Former Nextel Cup driver and 2004 Truck Series Champion Hamilton passed away Sunday at age 49, Nashville Tennessean reports.
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Sad news from the world of NASCAR. Hamilton had missed most of 2006 after being diagnosed with cancer. His recovery from chemo had been going slow and apparently complications may have been a cause of Hamilton's death. Hamilton was very admired among those in the sport and will be missed very much. Ken Schrader will drive Hamilton's truck in the CTS this season.
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Craftsman Truck
December 21, 2006
Hamilton continues to undergo chemotherapy treatments for cancer discovered earlier this year, the Nashville Tennessean reports.
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Bobby Hamilton: Driving for Hamilton in Truck Series
Craftsman Truck
December 11, 2006
Veteran racer Ken Schrader will drive for Hamilton next season in the Truck Series, and Hamilton's wife said she did not know if her husband will race next year, the Nashville Tennessean reports.
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Craftsman Truck
July 21, 2006
Truck Series driver/owner Hamilton says he's feeling good as tries to recover from radiation treatment for cancer in his neck. Hamilton has lost 38 pounds and some of his hair, but told WSMV-4 in an interview Thursday that he is coming back, the Nashville Tennessean reports.
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Craftsman Truck
March 17, 2006
2004 Craftsman Truck Series champion Hamilton regretfully is stepping out of his No. 18 Fastenal Dodge for the 2006 season effective after the race at Atlanta Motor Speedway due to health reasons, nascar.com reports. Hamilton has been diagnosed with cancer in the right side of his neck and will be replaced for the season by his son Bobby Hamilton Jr.
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Nextel Cup
August 6, 2005
Bobby Hamilton qualified 35th for the Allstate 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
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