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2009 Sundance Film Festival 25th Anniversary in Park City, Utah
Jim Carrey and Jenny McCarthy attend the premiere of "I Love You Phillip Morris" at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah on January 18, 2009. The festival is celebrating its 25th anniversary. (UPI Photo/Gary C. Caskey)
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Philip Morris, born May 11, 1965, is a local short track racing racer from Ruckersville, Virginia. Morris is best known placing fifth in his Busch Series debut, the 1998 AC Delco 200. However, he also ran in the Craftsman Truck Series as well and was in the Busch Series until 2001. He is now (as of 2009) a three-time champion of NASCAR's Whelen All-American Series National Championship, which is calculated as the best short track driver in NASCAR-sanctioned racing.

Morris made one career start in the Craftsman Truck Series, his major league NASCAR debut, which came in 1997. Starting 24th in the field at Martinsville, Morris had an engine let go early and would finish last (36th).

Morris made his NASCAR Busch Series debut at the North Carolina Speedway in Rockingham, NC in November 1998, driving the #84 Baldauf Chevy. He started 12th and finished in the 5th position, a major impact in his debut.

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