Theodore “Ted” Christopher was an American racing driver and business owner who raced and won in many different types of race cars, including Modifieds, SK Modifieds, ISMA, Camping World East Series, Late Models, Pro Stocks, and Midgets. He also raced in NASCAR’s now named Monster Energy Cup Series, Xfinity Series, and Camping World Truck Series. He is best known for competing in NASCAR’s Whelen Modified Tour, where he has over 40 victories and a championship in 2008. He was also well known for his success on the 1.058 mile New Hampshire Motor Speedway where Christopher has won five Camping World East Series events and 5 Whelen Modified Tour events.
|Born:||Jun 5, 1958, Plainville, Connecticut|
|Died:||Sept 16, 2017, North Branford, Connecticut|
|Achievements:||2008 Whelen Modified Tour Champion, 48 victories in NASCAR modified competition (42 in Whelen Modified, 6 in Southern Modified)|
About Ted Christopher
American race car driver who won the 2001 NASCAR Weekly Series national championship.
He began his racing career by racing late models and quarter midgets.
He was named one of the series’ All Time Top 25 drivers as part of the 25th anniversary of the NASCAR Weekly Series in 2006.
His twin brother Mike also raced competitively.
He competed against Jeff Gordon in NASCAR series races.
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