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Over 300 Songs Written by Mike Curb

130 Songs Written for Films/Television by Mike Curb

50 Songs (including Title Songs) Written for Films/Television/Commercials by Mike Curb

  • "All For The Love Of Sunshine" by Hank Williams Jr. - First #1 Single

  • Born Losers (Billy Jack's Theme) - "Alone Never To Love Again"

  • Breaking The Press – "Jesus Take My Hand" by Jamie Slocum

  • "Butterfly" by Eddy Arnold

  • Cattanooga Cats (ABC-TV) - "Cattanooga Cats Theme"

  • Chevrolet Commercial - "Get On The Move With Chevrolet "

  • Coyote Ugly Soundtrack - "We Can Get There" by Mary Griffin

  • Family Tree (Naomi Judd/Cliff Robertson) - "We Can Get There"

  • Golden Breed Soundtrack - "Hawaiian Circus" by Riptides

  • Gotcha Soundtrack - "Gotcha" by Anne Murray

  • Honda Commercial (Go Little Honda) - "You Meet The Nicest People On A Honda" recorded by The Hondells

  • Hot Wheels (ABC-TV) - "Hot Wheels Theme"

  • "I Got You" - by Solomon Burke

  • Song from Inglourious Basterds, Quentin Tarantino, Director - "Devil's Rumble" (Arrows)

  • "It Was A Good Time" - Liza Minelli (from the Emmy award-winning Liza With A Z)

  • Jerry Dunphy's Theme "From The Desert To The Sea" by T.G. Sheppard

  • Moonshine Wars Soundtrack - "It Takes All Kinds of People" by Roy Orbison and The Mike Curb Congregation

  • Pretty Maids All In A Row - "Chilly Winds" by The Osmonds

  • Revenge - "There's Nothing Greater Than Our Love" by Al Martino

  • Ronald Reagan's Theme (1980 Republican National Convention) - "Together A New Beginning"

  • "Saturday Night Special" by Wayne Newton and Ronnie McDowell

  • Shaft's Big Score (Richard Roundtree) - "First Meeting"

  • Skaterdater - "Skaterdater Theme"

  • The Mae West Story - "Seven Nights A Week" by Mae West

  • The Wild Angels (Peter Fonda/Nancy Sinatra) - "Blues Theme" - by the Arrrows

  • The Wild Angels Theme - The Ventures

  • Theme from All Dogs Go To Heaven (Dom DeLuise/Burt Reynolds) - "Love Survives" recorded by Freddie Jackson & Irene Cara

  • Theme from American Bandstand (Dick Clark) - "American Bandstand Theme"

  • Theme from Angel Eyes (Jennifer Lopez) - "Angel Eyes"

  • Theme from (The) Big Bounce - (Ryan O'Neal/Leigh Taylor Young ) - "When Somebody Cares For You" - Recorded by Donnie & Marie Osmond

  • Theme from Bunny O'Hare (Bette Davis/Ernest Borgnine) - "Right Or Wrong"

  • Theme from Camille (Sienna Miller & James Franco) - "Let the Fire Burn Hot" by Kimberley Locke

  • Theme from City Slickers (Billy Crystal) - "Just One Thing" by Mike Curb Congregation

  • Theme from Devil's 8 Soundtrack - "8 Young Men" (Christopher George)

  • Theme from Devil's Angels (John Cassavetes) - by Davie Allan and The Arrows

  • Theme from Dirty Dingus Magee (Frank Sinatra) - "Dirty Dingus Magee"

  • Theme from Glory Stompers (Dennis Hopper) - "Casey Kasem's Theme"

  • Theme from Kelly's Heroes (Clint Eastwood) - "Burning Bridges"

  • Theme from (The) Last of the Red Hot Lovers - by Donny Osmond and The Mike Curb Congregation

  • Theme from (The) Last Run (George C. Scott) - "The Last Run" by Steve Lawrence

  • Theme from Mac and Me - "You're Not A Stranger Anymore" by Jara Lane

  • Theme from Mondo Hollywood Soundtrack - "The Magic Night" by Mike Clifford

  • Theme from No Blade Of Grass - "No Blade of Grass" by Roger Whitaker

  • Theme from Ryan's Daughter - "It Was A Good Time" by Edyie Gorme and The Mike Curb       Congregation

  • Theme from Thunder Alley (Annette Funicello and Fabian) - "Calahan's Theme"

  • Theme from (The) Wild Racer's (Fabian)

  • Theme from Zabriskie Point - "So Young" by Roy Orbison

  • Theme frm Zig Zag (George Kennedy) - "Zig Zag" by Roy Orbison

  • "Time To Ride" - by Sammy Davis, Jr.

  • View From The Top (Gwyneth Paltrow/Mike Myers) - "Everywhere I Look There's You"

  • Where The Red Fern Grows - "If I Could Only Go Back Again" by Andy Williams

  • Where The Red Fern Grows II - "If I Could Only Go Back Again" (Dave Matthews)

  • Yeah Yeah Yeah - by Fat Joe and Terror Squad

61 Billboard Charted Records Written by Mike Curb

117 Songs Recorded by the Mike Curb Congregation

36 Duets Recorded by the Mike Curb Congregation

41 Songs Charted by the Mike Curb Congregation

25 RIAA Gold or Platinum LPs Produced by Mike Curb

42 Charted Albums Produced by Mike Curb

80 Charted Singles Produced by Mike Curb

20 #1 Singles/Albums Produced by Mike Curb

  • "Candy Man" by Sammy Davis, Jr. & the Mike Curb Congregation

  • "Puppy Love" by Donny Osmond

  • "Love Me For A Reason" by The Osmonds

  • "I'm Leavin' It All Up To You" by Donny & Marie Osmond

  • "All For The Love Of Sunshine" by Hank Williams, Jr. and the Mike Curb Congregation

  • "How Do I Live" by LeAnn Rimes

  • "Young Love" by Donny Osmond

  • "You Light Up My Life" by Debby Boone

  • "You Light Up My Life" by LeAnn Rimes

  • "Coyote Ugly" Soundtrack

  • "Long Haired Lover From Liverpool " by Jimmy Osmond and the Mike Curb Congregation

  • "Proud One" by The Osmonds

  • "Twelfth Of Never" by Donny Osmond

  • "Morning Side Of The Mountain" by Donny & Marie Osmond

  • "Burning Bridges" by the Mike Curb Congregation

  • "Frosty The Snowman"/"Jingle Bells" by Kimberley Locke

  • "Band Of Gold" by Kimberley Locke

  • "Up On The Housetop" by Kimberley Locke

  • "Fall" by Kimberley Locke

419 Billboard #1 Records

  • 303 singles

  • 116 albums

1,609 Billboard Top Ten Records

  • 1,178 singles

  • 431 albums

4,825 Billboard Charted Records

  • 3,483 singles

  • 1,342 albums

BILLBOARD AWARDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

1964

The Arrows — Apache '65 is released on Sidewalk and Curb enters into an agreement with Capital / Tower for distribution. Apache '65 becomes the first record of Mike Curb's to hit the Billboard Hot 100 and is later recorded by another Curb act the Incredible Bongo Band whose version would go on to become what many consider the national anthem of hip-hop. It was first used by the godfather of hip-hop DJ Kool Herc in the first break-beat set and then later by Grand Wizard Theodore in creating the scratch.  It is one of the most (if not the most) sampled records in history. It has been sampled in influential tracks by artists including Grandmaster Flash, Afrika Bambaataa, Sugar Hill Gang, Kool Moe Dee, LL Cool J, Busta Rhymes, Missy Elliot, Beastie Boys, the Notorious B.I.G., Nas, M.I.A., Moby, Amy Winehouse, the Roots, Jay Z, Kanye West and countless others.

1969

Curb / MGM enters into an agreement resulting in #1 Billboard hits by Hank Williams, Jr., Mel Tillis, Donny Osmond, Marie Osmond, the Osmonds, the Mike Curb Congregation, Sammy Davis, Jr. and Gloria Gaynor.

1972

Producer Of The Year — Mike Curb

1974

Warner/Curb enters into an agreement with the first five artists signed all hitting #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 starting with the Four Seasons — December 1963 (Oh What A Night) and followed by the Bellamy Brothers — Let Your Love Flow, Shaun Cassidy — Da Doo Ron Ron, Debby Boone — You Light Up My Life and Exile — Kiss You All Over.

Gloria Gaynor — Never Can Say Goodbye (Curb / MGM) becomes the first #1 on Billboard's Hot Club Play chart.

1977

Debby Boone — You Light Up My Life becomes the first record to spend 10 weeks at #1 on Billboard's Hot 100.

1979

Debby Boone — You Light Up My Life is Billboard's #1 record of the decade for the 70's.

1984

Hot Country Single Of The Year — The Judds — Why Not Me **

1985

Hot Country Single Of The Year — The Judds — Have Mercy **

1986

Top Country Album Of The Year — Rockin' With the Rhythm — The Judds

Hot Country Single Of The Year — Mind Your Own Business — Hank Williams, Jr. **

1988

The Judds score their 8th #1 in a row with Cry Myself To Sleep.

1990

Top Catalog Album Of The Year — Unchained Melody — The Righteous Brothers

1992

Top New Country Artist Of The Year — Wynonna

Hot Country Singles & Track Of The Year — I Saw The Light — Wynonna

1993

Hot Country Singles & Tracks Artist Of The Year — Female — Wynonna

Top Video Of The Year — Comedy Video Classics — Ray Stevens

1994

Top New Country Artist Of The Year — Tim McGraw

Top Country Album Of The Year — Not A Moment Too Soon — Tim McGraw

1995

Hot Country Singles & Track Of The Year — I Like It I Love It — Tim McGraw **

Four Seasons — December 1963 (Oh What A Night) becomes the first song to spend over one year on Billboard's Hot 100 with 54 total weeks.

1996

Top Country Single Sales Label Of The Year — Curb Records

Top Country Single Sales Imprint Of The Year — Curb Records

Top Country Single Sales Distributing Label Of The Year — Curb Records

Top Country Single Sales Of The Year — Blue — LeAnn Rimes

Top Country Single Sales Artist Of The Year — LeAnn Rimes

1997

Top Pop Artist Of The Year — LeAnn Rimes

Top Billboard 200 Album Artist Of The Year — LeAnn Rimes

Top Billboard 200 Album Artist Of The Year — Female — LeAnn Rimes

Top Country Artist Of The Year — LeAnn Rimes

Top Country Artist Of The Year — Female — LeAnn Rimes

Top Country Album Artist Of The Year — LeAnn Rimes

Top Country Album Of The Year — Blue — LeAnn Rimes

Top Country Album Label Of The Year — Curb Records

Top Country Album Imprint Of The Year — Curb Records

Hot Country Singles & Track Of The Year — It's Your Love — Tim McGraw

Top Country Single Sales Artist Of The Year Of The Year — LeAnn Rimes

Top Country Singles Sales Of The Year — How Do I Live — LeAnn Rimes

Top Country Single Sales Label Of The Year — Curb Records

Top Country Singles Sales Imprint Of The Year — Curb Records

Top Contemporary Christian Album Of The Year — You Light Up My Life / Inspirational Songs — LeAnn Rimes *^

Top Christian Singles Sales Of The Year — You Light Up My Life — LeAnn Rimes *^

LeAnn Rimes — You Light Up My Life / Inspirational Songs became the first album to debut at #1 on Billboard's Pop, Country and Christian album charts.

Mike Curb receives Billboard special award for You Light Up My Live / Inspirational Songs being the first album to debut #1 on Billboard's Pop, Country and Christian album charts.

LeAnn Rimes — How Do I Live breaks the record for the most weeks spent on Billboard's Hot 100 with 69 weeks.

LeAnn Rimes — How Do I Live breaks the record for the most weeks spent at #1 on a Billboard singles chart with 32 weeks at #1 on Top Country Single Sales.

Curb placed 4 albums in the Top Country Albums year end Top 10 with LeAnn Rimes - Blue (#1), LeAnn Rimes - Unchained Melody/The Early Years (#3), Tim McGraw - Everywhere (#5) and LeAnn Rimes - You Light Up My Life / Inspirational Songs (#6) as well as 4 of the Top 10 Country Single Sales with LeAnn Rimes - How Do I Live (#1), Tim McGraw — It's Your Love (#2), LeAnn Rimes — You Light Up My Life (#7) and LeAnn Rimes — Blue/The Light In Your Eyes (#8). LeAnn Rimes and Tim McGraw were also the Top 2 Country Singles Sales Artists.

1998

Top Country Artist Of The Year — Female — LeAnn Rimes

Top Country Imprint Of The Year — Curb Records

Hot Country Singles & Track Of The Year — Just To See You Smile — Tim McGraw

Top Country Singles Sales Artist Of The Year — LeAnn Rimes

Top Country Singles Sales Label Of The Year — Curb Records

Top Country Singles Sales Imprint Of The Year — Curb Records

Top Contemporary Christian Artist Of The Year — LeAnn Rimes

Top Contemporary Christian Album Of The Year — You Light Up My Life / Inspirational Songs

Top Contemporary Christian Imprint Of The Year — Curb Records

Jo Dee Messina becomes the first female artist to have three consecutive multiple week #1's on Billboard's Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart from the same album with I'm Alright, Bye-Bye and Stand Beside Me.

LeAnn Rimes — How Do I Live breaks the record for the most weeks spent on Billboard's Hot 100 with 69 weeks.

Mike Curb receives Billboard special award for producer of the longest running record on Billboard Hot 100 with How Do I Live.

Curb placed 4 singles in Hot Country Singles & Tracks year end Top 5 with Tim McGraw — Just To See You Smile (#1), Jo Dee Messina — Bye Bye (#2), Jo Dee Messina — I'm Alright (#4) and the Curb/Magnatone published Dixie Chick's — There's Your Trouble (#5).

1999

Top Country Artist Of The Year — Male — Tim McGraw

Hot Country Singles & Tracks Artist Of The Year — Tim McGraw

Hot Country Singles & Tracks Artist Of The Year — Male — Tim McGraw

Hot Country Singles & Tracks Artist Of The Year — Female — Jo Dee Messina

Top Country Single Sales Label Of The Year — Curb Records

Top Country Single Sales Imprint Of The Year — Curb Records

2000

Top Country Artist Of The Year — Male — Tim McGraw

Hot Country Singles & Tracks Artist Of The Year — Tim McGraw

Hot Country Singles & Tracks Artist Of The Year — Male — Tim McGraw

LeAnn Rimes — How Do I Live is the longest charting song of the 20th Century on Billboard's Hot 100

Curb was the #2 Country Label, Country Imprint, Hot Country Singles & Tracks Label and Hot Country Singles & Tracks Imprint.

2001

Top Country Label Of The Year — Curb Records

Top Country Artist Of The Year — Tim McGraw

Top Country Artist Of The Year — Male — Tim McGraw

Top Country Albums Artist Of The Year — Tim McGraw

Top Country Album Of The Year — Greatest Hits — Tim McGraw

Top Country Album Label Of The Year — Curb Records

Top Country Album Imprint Of The Year — Curb Records

Hot Country Singles & Tracks Artist Of The Year — Tim McGraw

Hot Country Singles & Tracks Artist Of The Year — Male — Tim McGraw

Top Country Singles Sales Artist Of The Year — LeAnn Rimes

Top Country Singles Sales Of The Year — But I Do Love You/Can't Fight The Moonlight — LeAnn Rimes

Top Country Singles Sales Imprint Of The Year — Curb Records

LeAnn Rimes — But I Do Love You/Can't Fight The Moonlight breaks the record for the most weeks spent at #1 on a Billboard singles chart by a double-A sided single with 37 weeks at #1 on Top Country Single Sales.

2002

Top Country Singles Sales Label Of The Year — Curb Records

Top Country Singles Sales Imprint Of The Year — Curb Records

Top Country Singles Sales Label Of The Year — But I Do Love You/Can't Fight The Moonlight — LeAnn Rimes

Top Christian Singles Sales Of The Year — God Bless The USA — Lee Greenwood *^

LeAnn Rimes — How Do I Live breaks the record for the most weeks spent by a single on any Billboard singles chart with 309 weeks on Top Country Singles Sales.

Hank Williams, Jr. — Greatest Hits reaches #1 on the Top Country Catalog chart after a record 402 weeks.

Curb sets a record by placing 6 songs within the Top 5 of the Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart and Top Country Singles Sales with Steve Holy — Good Morning Beautiful (#1), Jo Dee Messina — Bring On The Rain (#3) and Tim McGraw — Cowboy In Me (#5) on Hot Country Singles & Tracks and LeAnn Rimes — But I Do Love You/Can't Fight The Moonlight (#1), Ray Stevens — Osama Yo Mama (#2) and Lee Greenwood — God Bless The USA (#4) on Top Country Singles Sales.

2003

Top Christian Singles Sales Of The Year — I Can Only Imagine (INO/Curb) — MercyMe *^

Word/Curb was the #2 Christian Label with 6 of the Top 10 Christian Albums.

2004

Hot Country Singles & Tracks Of The Year — Live Like You Were Dying — Tim McGraw

Nelly & Tim McGraw — Over & Over ties the Billboard record as fastest single to hit #1 on Billboard Mainstream Top 40 chart spending 11 weeks at the top.

Tim McGraw — Live Like You Were Dying spends 10 weeks at #1 on R&R Country Airplay chart breaking the all-time record as well as 10 weeks at #1 on the Billboard Country Audience Chart (Nielsen BDS) tying the all-time record.

Curb achieves #1 market share the week of August 29, 2004 with 7.14% for all genres of music per Nielsen Soundscan when Tim McGraw — Live Like You Were Dying debuts at #1 on the Billboard Top 200 and Country Album charts with 765,739 units.

Country Label Of The Year *^

2005

Jo Dee Messina tops the Billboard Country album chart with Delicious Surprise the same week My Give A Damn's Busted tops the Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.

Kimberley Locke — Up On The Housetop ties the record for the fastest climb to #1 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.

2006

Hot Country Song Of The Year — If You're Going Thru Hell (Before The Devil Even Knows) — Rodney Atkins

Top Christian Imprint Of The Year — Word/Curb

Curb achieves 20 #1 records on 20 different Billboard charts.

2007

Top Country Artist Of The Year — Male — Tim McGraw

Hot Country Song Of The Year — Watching You — Rodney Atkins

Top Christian Album Imprint Of The Year — Word/Curb

Garth Brooks — More Than A Memory written 100% by Curb writers Kyle Jacobs, Billy Montana and Lee Brice becomes the first and only song to debut at #1 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart.

Kimberley Locke becomes the first artist to have three consecutive #1 Christmas songs with Frosty The Snowman on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.

Plumb — In My Arms becomes the first song to chart on Billboard's Dance Top 40 (#1), Adult Contemporary (#10) and Christian (#4) charts simultaneously.

2008

The Hot 100 celebrates its 50th Anniversary with Curb placing 2 songs in the All-Time Top 10 — LeAnn Rimes — How Do I Live (#4) and Debby Boone — You Light Up My Life (#7).  At the time, How Do I Live was the longest running record on the Hot 100 as well as the biggest selling Country single of all-time.

Rodney Atkins scores his 4th consecutive #1 in a row from his If You're Going Thru Hell album with Cleaning This Gun (Come On In Boy) on Hot Country Songs.

2009

Tim McGraw — Something Like That is the #1 most played Song Of The Decade for all genres of music in Billboard with 487,343 spins.

Plumb — Hang On becomes the first song to hit #1 on both Billboard's Club Play and Dance Top 40 charts while also charting at Christian.

2010

Hot Country Song Of The Year — Love Like Crazy — Lee Brice

Lee Brice — Love Like Crazy breaks the record for the most weeks on the Hot Country Songs chart with 56 total charting weeks.

Lee Brice — Love Like Crazy breaks the record for the longest climb into the Top 10 of Hot Country Songs reaching the Top 10 in its 46th week.

2011

Hot Country Song Of The Year — Crazy Girl — Eli Young Band (co-written by Lee Brice / co-published by Curb Publishing)

2012

Tim McGraw scores his 13th #1 album on Billboard's Country Album chart with Emotional Traffic.

2013

Christian CHR Imprint Of The Year — Fervent (Word-Curb)

Tim McGraw scores his 14th #1 album with Number One Hits topping Billboard's Country Catalog album chart.

Lee Brice scores is his 3rd #1 in a row from his Hard 2 Love album with I Drive Your Truck on Hot Country Airplay following A Woman Like You and Hard To Love.

2014

Curb Records celebrates its 50th Anniversary with over 100 Billboard awards and achievements and 300 Billboard #1's.

 

GUINNESS RECORDS AND INTERNATIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS

#1 Record Of The Year in Australia (1994) — December 1963 (Oh What A Night) — Four Seasons

#1 Record Of The Year In Australia (2001) — Can't Fight The Moonlight — LeAnn Rimes

#1 Record Of The Year in England (1972) — Long-Haired Lover From Liverpool — Jimmy Osmond & The Mike Curb Congregation

#1 Record Of The Year in South Africa (1972) — Burning Bridges — The Mike Curb Congregation

Guinness World Records (2002) — LeAnn Rimes — How Do I Live (co-produced by Mike Curb) longest running record in history of Billboard charts for the 20th Century, Billboard Hot 100 (69 weeks)

Guinness World Records (50th Anniversary) — Mike Curb — Top 25 Producers Of The 20th Century in UK British 15th Edition

** - per Joel Whitburn chart methodology

*^ - per Nielsen SoundScan

 

18 ASCAP Awards

 

80 BMI Awards


  • 2012 - "Hard 2 Love" Lee Brice - Billboard Mulpible Week #1

  • 2011 - "Crazy Girl" Eli Young Band - Billboard #1 Single of the Year

  • 2010 - "Love Like Crazy" Lee Brice - Billboard #1 Single of the Year/ Longest running record in the history of the Billboard Country Chart (56 weeks)

  • 2007 - "More Than A Memory" by Garth Brooks
    (Written by 3 Curb Writers - Brice, Montana, Jacobs)

  • 2003 - "Three Wooden Crosses" (Johnson/Williams) - BMI Special Award

  • 1995 - BMI Song Of The Year "Wink" - Neil McCoy

  • Burning Bridges (written by Mike Curb and L. Schifrin)

  • All For The Love Of Sunshine (written by Mike Curb, Schifrin, Hatcher)

 

13 SESAC Awards

  • 1998 - Publisher Of The Year

147 RIAA Gold and Platinum albums

67 RIAA Gold and Platinum singles

125 R&R #1 Records

12 R&R Awards


  • 1991 - R&R Record Of The Year - "Small Town Saturday Night" by Hal Ketchum

  • 1997 - R&R Record Of The Year - "It's Your Love" by Tim McGraw and Faith Hill

  • 1999 - Industry Achievement Award - Country Label Of The Year (Gold)

  • 2000 - Industry Achievement Award - Country Label Of The Year (Gold)

  • 2001 - Industry Achievement Award - Country Label Of The Year (Gold)

  • 2003 - Industry Achievement Award - AC Label Of The Year (Gold)

  • 2003 - Industry Achievement Award - Hot AC Label Of The Year (Gold)

  • 2004 - Tim McGraw - "Live Like You Were Dying" - #1 R&R, 10 Weeks - All time     record in the History of the R&R Chart

  • 2005 - R&R Overall Gold Label of the Year

  • 2006 - Country Label of the Year (Gold)

  • 2006 - R&R Record of the Year - "If You're Going Through Hell" by Rodney Atkins

14 ACM Awards


  • 1984 - Video Of The Year - "All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight" by ,    Hank Williams, Jr.

  • 1984 - Song Of The Year - "Why Not Me" by The Judds

  • 1988 - Video Of The Year - "Young Country" by Hank Williams, Jr.

  • 1989 - Video Of The Year - "There's A Tear In My Beer" by Hank Williams, Jr. with ,    Hank Williams, Sr.

  • 1994 - Album Of The Year - "Not A Moment Too Soon" by Tim McGraw

  • 1995 - Video Of The Year - "The Car" by Jeff Carson

  • 1996 - Single Of The Year - "Blue" by LeAnn Rimes

  • 1997 - Single Of The Year - "It's Your Love" by Tim McGraw and Faith Hill
                   Song Of The Year - "It's Your Love" by Tim McGraw and Faith Hill   Video Of The Year - "It's Your Love" by Tim McGraw and Faith Hill

  • 2003 - Song Of The Year - "Three Wooden Crosses" by Randy Travis

  • 2005 - ACM Single Of The Year - Tim McGraw - "Live Like You Were Dying"

  • 2007 - Rodney Atkins won "Best New Male Vocalist"

  • 2012 - Song of the Year - "Crazy Girl" by Eli Young Band

  • 2014 - Song of the Year - "I Drive Your Truck" by Lee Brice

6 AMA Awards and Nominations


  • 1975 - Top Country Duet - Donny & Marie Osmond

  • 1996 - Top Country - LeAnn Rimes

  • 2000 - Top Soundtrack - Coyote Ugly (nominated)

  • 2005 - Top Country Artist - Tim McGraw

  • 2006 - Top Country Album - Tim McGraw

  • 2007 - Top Country Artist - Tim McGraw

16 CMA Awards


  • 1985 - Single Of The Year - "Why Not Me" by The Judds

  • 1985 - Music Video Of The Year - "All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight"    by Hank Williams, Jr.

  • 1986 - Vocal Due Of The Year - Marie Osmond and Dan Seals

  • 1987 - Music Video Of The Year - "My Name Is Bocephus" by Hank Williams, Jr.

  • 1988 - Album Of The Year - "Born To Boogie" by Hank Williams, Jr.

  • 1989 - Music Video Of The Year - "There's A Tear In My Beer" by Hank Williams, Jr.  with                 with Hank Williams, Sr.
                   Vocal Event Of The Year - "There's A Tear In My Beer" by Hank Williams, Jr.    with Hank Williams, Sr.

  • 1996 - Music Video Of The Year - "My Wife Thinks You're Dead" by Junior Brown

  • 1997 - Vocal Event Of The Year - "It's Your Love" by Tim McGraw and Faith Hill

  • 1998 - Album Of The Year - "Everywhere" by Tim McGraw

  • 1999 - Album Of The Year - "A Place In The Sun" by Tim McGraw

  • 2003 - Song Of The Year - "Three Wooden Crosses" by Randy Travis

  • 2004 - Single Of The Year - "Live Like You Were Dying" by Tim McGraw

  • 2007 - Vocal Event Of The Year - "That's What Friends Are For" -    Tim McGraw/ Kenny Chesney/ Tracy Lawrence

  • 2013 - Song of the Year - "I Drive Your Truck" performed by Lee Brice

18 CCMA/Dove Awards


  • Selah, Michael English, Jonathan Pierce, Natalie Grant, Jeff Carson, Keith Perry, Jesus Soundtrack, You Light Up My Life by LeAnn Rimes

  • 2000 - Inspirational Album Of The Year - "Selah"

  • 2002 - Inspirational Album Of The Year - "Press On" by Selah

  • 2002 - Traditional Gospel Recorded Song Of The Year - "Hold On" by Selah

  • 2004 - Traditional Gospel Recorded Song Of The Year - "Poor Man Lazrus" by the    Fisk Jubilee Singers

  • 2004 - Country Recorded Song Of The Year - "Three Wooden Crosses" by    Randy Travis

  • 2004 - Country Album Of The Year - "Worship And Faith" by Randy Travis

  • 2005 - Inspirational Album Of The Year - "Hiding Place" by Selah

  • 2006 - Female Vocalist Of The Year - Natalie Grant

  • 2007 - Female Vocalist Of The Year - Natalie Grant

  • 2007 - Inspirational Album Of The Year - "Bless The Broken Road" - Selah

  • 2008 - Female Vocalist Of The Year - Natalie Grant

  • 2008 - Traditional Gospel Recorded Song of the Year - "Ready For A Miracle" (Evan Almighty Soundtrack) LeAnn Rimes - Curb Records

  • 2009 - Female Vocalist Of The Year - Natalie Grant

  • 2012 - Female Vocalist Of The Year - Natalie Grant

  • 2012 - Inspirational Album Of The Year - "Hope Of The Broken World" by Selah

  • 2012 - Inspirational Song Of The Year - "Hope Of The Broken World" by Selah

  • 2012 - Special Event Album Of The Year - "The Story" (featuring Selah and Natalie Grant)

  • 2012 - Worship Song Of The Year - "Your Great Name" by Natalie Grant

23 Grammy Awards


  • 1971 – "Natural Man" by Lou Rawls (background vocals by the Mike Curb Congregation) [R&B Male Vocal]

  • 1977 – "You Light Up My Life" by Debby Boone [Song of the Year]

  • 1977 – "You Light Up My Life" by Debby Boone [Best New Artist]

  • 1984 – "Mama He’s Crazy" by The Judds [Country Vocal Duo]

  • 1984 - "Why Not Me" by The Judds [Country Vocal Duo]

  • 1986 – "Grandpa (Tell Me ‘Bout The Good Old Days) by The Judds [Country Song]

  • 1986 – "Grandpa (Tell Me ‘Bout The Good Old Days) by The Judds [Country Vocal Duo]

  • 1988 – "Give A Little Love" by The Judds [Country Vocal Duo]

  • 1989 – "Lyle Lovett And His Large Band" by Lyle Lovett [Male Country Vocal]

  • 1989 – "There’s A Tear In My Beer" by Hank Williams Jr. w/Hank Williams, Sr. [Country Vocal Collaboration]

  • 1990 – "Love Can Build A Bridge" by The Judds [Country Song]

  • 1990 – "Love Can Build A Bridge" by The Judds [Country Vocal Duo]

  • 1991 – "Good Man, Good Woman" by Bonnie Raitt w/Delbert McClinton [Rock Vocal Duo]

  • 1994 – "Blues For Dixie" by Lyle Lovett w/Asleep At The Wheel [Country Vocal Group]

  • 1994 - "Funny How Time Slips Away" by Lyle Lovett w/Al Green [Pop Vocal Collaboration]

  • 1996 – "Blue" by LeAnn Rimes [Country Song]

  • 1996 – "Blue" by LeAnn Rimes [Country Female Vocal]

  • 1996 – "Blue" by LeAnn Rimes [Best New Artist]

  • 1996 – "Road To Ensenada" by Lyle Lovett [Country Album]

  • 1999 – "Let’s Make Love" by Tim McGraw w/Faith Hill [Country Vocal Collaboration]

  • 2004 – "Live Like You Were Dying" by Tim McGraw [Country Song]

  • 2004 – "Live Like You Were Dying" by Tim McGraw [Country Male Vocal]

  • 2005 – "Like We Never Loved At All" by Faith Hill w/Tim McGraw [Country Vocal Collaboration]

5 NARM Awards


  • 1977 - Album Of The Year - "Shaun Cassidy" - Shaun Cassidy

  • 1993 - Video Of The Year - "Comedy Video Classics" - Ray Stevens

  • 1994 - Album Of The Year - "Not A Moment Too Soon" - Tim McGraw

  • 1996 - Country Album Of The Year - "Blue" - LeAnn Rimes

  • 1997 - Christian Album Of The Year - "You Light Up My Life" - LeAnn Rimes

Awards


  • 1964 - Formed Sidewalk Productions (predecessor to Curb Records)

  • 1969 - MGM/Curb merge (Curb becomes President of MGM)

  • 1972 - Billboard Producer Of The Year Award

  • 1972 - Co-Master of Ceremonies (with Dr. Billy Graham and Frank Sinatra), Presidential Inaugural  festivities

  • 1974 - Formed Warner/Curb Records

  • 1976 - Co-chairman of the Reagan Presidential Campaign in California

  • 1976 - Religious Heritage Of America - Business And Professional Leader Of The Year

  • 1976 - Co-Chairman, California's President Ford Campaign

  • 1977 - Elected National Committeeman representing the State of California on the Executive Committee)

  • 1977 - California Museum of Science and Industry's Museum Fellowship Award for Outstanding Achievement in Business

  • 1978-82 - Served as Member of the State Land's Commission

  • 1978 - Elected Lieutenant Governor of California

  • 1978 - Voice Of Patriots - Man Of The Year Award

  • 1979 - President of the California State Senate - President's Gavel Award for Service as President

  • 1979 - Acting Governor of California (Supreme Court decision - 12/79)

  • 1979 - San Fernando Valley Business And Professional Association - Free Enterprise Award

  • 1979 - Appointed by the Governor to Chair California's State Economic
    Development Commission

  • 1979 - Member of the Board of Regents for The University of California

  • 1980 - Appointed National Vice-Chairman of Reagan Presidential Campaign

  • 1980 - Republican National Convention Program Chairman

  • 1980 - Member of the Board of Trustees for The California State University

  • 1981 - California Republican Assembly - Governor's Award

  • 1981 - Military Order Of The World Wars - Patriot Citizen Of The Year

  • 1981 - President Gerald R. Ford and Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin announce the establishment of the Mike Curb Nachlah in Galilee.

  • 1981-82 - International Association of Lions Clubs - Medal of Distinction

  • 1982 - Elected Chairman of National Conference Of Lieutenant Governors (lt. governors from both parties)

  • 1983 - Appointed by President Reagan to chair Republican National Finance Committee

  • 1983 - California College Of Optometry - Doctor Of Law (Honorary)

  • 1984 - Grant High School - Hall Of Fame

  • 1984 - California State Polytechnic Institute - Phi Kappa Phi Award

  • 1985 - Castle & Cooke (Dole Food Company) (Hawaii's largest corporation), Board Of Directors (20 Years)

  • 1986 - American Humanics - Theodore Roosevelt Friend Of Youth Award

  • 1987 - Appointed by President Reagan as a member of the Committee for Trade Negotiations

  • 1987 - Boy Scouts Of America - Silver Beaver Award

  • 1988 - Pepperdine - Doctor Of Law Degree (Honorary)

  • 1989 - Appointed to the World USO Board

  • 1990 - American Israeli Fellowship Society - Master Builder Award - Neve-Yerushalayim College

  • 1991 - Elected to Academy of Country Music Board

  • 1991 - Chairman, National Conference - Boys and Girls Clubs of America

  • 1992 - Curb Records, Inc., a Tennessee corporation (Curb family moves to Nashville)

  • 1992 - American Heart Association Curb Golf Classic (annual)

  • 1993 - Baptist Hospital Board Of Directors

  • 1995 - Mike Curb School Of Music Business, Belmont University (dedicated 11/3/95)

  • 1995 - Appointed by Governor Sundquist to Tennessee Board for Economic Growth

  • 1996 - Elected to CMA Board

  • 1997 - Curb Competition established for the Nashville Symphony (annual)

  • 1997 - Harpeth Hall - Curb Family Music Center (dedicated 2/23/97)

  • 1997 - Billboard Award - "You Light Up My Life" (co-produced by Mike Curb) First Album to debut #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart, Billboard Top Country Album Chart, and the Billboard Contemporary Christian Chart

  • 1998 - Curb Classroom and Library at Vanderbilt Children's Hospital

  • 1998 - National Father's Day Council - Father Of The Year

  • 1998 - Music Row Marketing Achievement Award - "How Do I Live"

  • 1998 - Billboard Award for co-producing longest running record of the century - "How Do I Live"

  • 1998 - Country Record Label Of The Year - American Songwriter Magazine

  • 1999 - Curb Records and March of Dimes A.I.R. Awards (Achievement In Radio) (annual)

  • 1999 - Greater Nashville 100 Leadership Award (one of the top 10 private companies in Nashville)

  • 1999 - The Mike Curb Family Children's Theatre at the Nashville Public Library

  • 1999 - WB Radio Music Awards Country Label Of The Year

  • 2000 - Curb Conservatory at the Country Music Hall of Fame

  • 2000 - Belmont University - Doctor Of Humanities Degree (Honorary)

  • 2000-01 - Vanderbilt Children's Hospital - Chairman, Board Of Directors

  • 2001 - Junior Achievement - National Business Hall of Fame

  • 2001 - Curb Event Center - Belmont University (groundbreaking)

  • 2001 - Billboard Country Label Of The Year

  • 2002 - RCA Studio B Purchased and Restored by the Mike Curb Family Foundation

  • 2002 - Belmont University Board Of Directors

  • 2002 - Country Music Foundation - Executive Vice President and Trustee

  • 2002 - Fisk University Board Of Directors

  • 2002 - Mike Curb Center for Free Enterprise (Junior Achievement)

  • 2002 - St. Thomas Health Services Board of Directors (5 hospitals, including St. Thomas and Baptist Hospitals)

  • 2002 - Curb becomes partner in Word Records and Chairman of the Board

  • 2002 - Kiwanis Outstanding Nashvillian Of The Year

  • 2003 - Curb Center for Art, Enterprise and Public Policy at Vanderbilt University

  • 2003 - Mike Curb inducted into Georgia Music Hall Of Fame

  • 2003 - Curb Youth Symphony and Curb Family Music Education Center at the Nashville Symphony

  • 2003 - Mike Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business becomes a free-standing college at Belmont University, the largest college of its kind in the nation and the largest college at Belmont

  • 2003 - Beaman/Curb Boy Scout Conference Center in honor of Mike Curb's father
    Charles M. Curb

  • 2003 - Curb/Beaman Jubilee Singers Chair established

  • 2003 - Mike and Linda Curb receive the Harmony Award from the Nashville Symphony

  • 2004 - Elected to Board of RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America)

  • 2004 - Mike & Linda Curb receive Fisk University
     Jubilee Art and Humanities Award

  • 2005 - Curb family establishes Eloisa Salazar Stout Library at Kipp Academy (In honor of Mike Curb's grandmother and Megan & Courtney's great grandmother)

  • 2005 - Curb family establishes Curb/Stout Patriots Theatre at Fort Campbell in honor of Mike Curb's grandfather Charles J. Stout and all of the soldiers and their families at Fort Campbell

  • 2005 - Curb family establishes C.M. Curb Sanctuary at Baptist Hospital and St. Thomas' Health Services (In honor of Mike Curb's grandfather Reverend C.M. Curb)

  • 2005 - Mike Curb Family Welcome Center established at Second Harvest Food Bank

  • 2005 - Mike Curb Learning Center for the Junior Achievement was established in Los Angeles

  • 2005 - Mike Curb Family Foundation purchases the Johnny Cash Awards Museum

  • 2005 - Mike Curb Family Foundation purchases the Historic Quonset Hut Studio (First studio on Music Row)

  • 2005 - Mike Curb Family Foundation purchases the Historic Columbia Studio A (and the Columbia/Sony Building

  • 2005 - Curb Records - R&R Country Gold Label of the Year and R&R Overall Gold Label of the Year

  • 2006 - Mike Curb honored as Distinguished Alumnus of California State University at Northridge

  • 2006 - Mike Curb inducted into the West Coast Stock Car Hall of Fame

  • 2006 - Mike Curb receives Lifetime Achievement Award at the 16th Annual Los Angeles Music Awards

  • 2006 - Mike Curb Family Foundation purchases Elvis Presley's first home on Audubon Drive in Memphis, Tennessee

  • 2006 - The Mike Curb Music Institute is established at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee

  • 2006 - The Curb Family Professorship for Business and Law is established at Claremont/McKenna College along with the Curb Family Conference Room

  • 2006 - The Curb Learning Lab for Music and Entertainment Marketing is established at Baylor University in Texas

  • 2006 - The Mike Curb Family Education Center is established at the San Antonio Humane Society in Texas

  • 2006 - The Mike Curb College for Arts, Media & Communication is dedicated at California State University

  • 2007 - Mike Curb receives honorary Doctor of Humanities Degree from Rhodes College In Memphis, TN

  • 2007 - Co-Chairman w/Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist - National Woodrow Wilson Awards (Dolly Parton and Jack Bovender)

  • 2007 - Mike Curb selected as Nashvillian of the Year

  • 2007 - Mike Curb receives a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

  • 2008 - Curb receives CA Film Festival Music Award (Temecula)

  • 2008 - Curb receives the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Phoenix Music Awards

  • 2008 - The Mike Curb College of Art, Music and Science is established at Daytona State College

  • 2008 - The Curb Family Pediatric Rehabilitation Clinic is established at the Vanderbilt Children's Hospital

  • 2008 - The Curb Event Center at the Curb College at Belmont University hosts the Historic Town Hall debate between Senator John McCain and President Barack Obama.

  • 2009 - Mike Curb receives a Star on Nashville's Music City Walk of Fame

  • 2009 - Mike Curb receives an Honorary Doctor of Fine Arts Degree from California State University

  • 2009 - The Curb Creative Campus Program is dedicated by the Curb Center at Vanderbilt University

  • 2010 - Mike and Linda Curb inducted into Seton Society (St. Thomas Health Services)

  • 2011 - Mike Curb receives the Nashville Pride Ally Award

  • 2011 - Los Angels Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa dedicates the opening of the Valley Performing Arts Center (where Curb made the lead gift) and the Mike Curb College Broadcast Studios at California State University.

  • 2011 - Curb receives the Star of the Valley Award at the Valley Performing Arts Center.

  • 2012 - Curb receives the Robert E. Mulloy Award for Excellence from Belmont University

  • 2012 - Curb receives President's Award at Cal State Channel Islands

  • 2012 - Curb selected by Governor Haslam to give keynote speech at Governor's Conference

  • 2012 - UCLA establishes the Mike Curb Music and Technology Lab at the Evelyn and Mo Ostin Center in conjunction with the Herb Alpert School of Music

  • 2012 - The Mike Curb Memphis Music Hall of Fame Gallery is established at the Rock 'N' Soul Museum in Memphis

  • 2012 - The Grammy Museum selects Curb as Grammy Icon

  • 2013 - The Mike Curb Gallery is established at the Grammy Museum

  • 2013 - The Linda and Mike Curb Recording Studio is dedicated at Rocketown

  • 2013 - Mike Curb receives the Jack C. Massey Leadership Award from Mental Health America of Middle Tennessee

  • 2013 - Lee Brice - "Hard 2 Love" Certified Gold

  • 2014 - Grammy Nomination Best Country Solo Performance: Lee Brice – I Drive Your Truck

  • 2014 - Grammy Nomination Best Country Song: Lee Brice – I Drive Your Truck

  • 2014 - Grammy Nomination Best Gospel / Contemporary Christian Music Performance: Natalie Grant – Hurricane

  • 2014 - Grammy Nomination Best Contemporary Christian Music Song: Natalie Grant – Hurricane

  • 2014 - ACM Song of the Year - "I Drive Your Truck" by Lee Brice

  • 2014 - Mike Curb receives the Musicians Hall of Fame Award





1979 Walt Kennedy - Top 10 CRA Sprint Car Championship (USAC)
(Mike Curb Productions car) - Winner at Ascot Speedway
 
1980 Dale Earnhardt - 1st Winston Cup Championship
(Mike Curb Productions car) - Winner at Charlotte, Atlanta, Bristol and Daytona (Bud Shootout)
 
1980 Bobby Allison - Top 10 Winston Cup Championship (Curb-sponsored car)
Winner at Daytona, Dover, Richmond
 
1982 Bobby Olivero - USAC Gold Crown winner (Illinois)
 
1984 Richard Petty - Top 10 Winston Cup Championship (Curb-owned car)
Winner at Daytona - 200th victory
 
1984 Ted Prappas - Top 10 SCCA Indy Lites Championship (Supervee)
Winner at Laguna Seca
 
1985 Chris Cord/Jim Adams - 8 Victories including Daytona (IMSA GTU)
Podium finish - Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona (GTU)
 
1985 Tom Sneva - Top 10 Cart Indy Car Championship
Podium Finishes at Michigan 500 and Milwaukee
 
1985 Ed Pimm - Top 10 USAC Indy Car Championship
Top 10 Indianapolis 500
 
1985/86 Rocky Moran/Dennis Aase - 3 Victories including Watkins Glen (IMSA GTS)
 
1986 Tom Sneva - Top 10 Cart Indy Car Championship
Podium Finishes at Long Beach Grand Prix and Phoenix
 
1986 Brad Noffsinger - Wins CRA/Sprint Car Championship
(Curb Records Special) (12 victories)
 
1986 Tim Grose - Top 10 in NHRA Drag Racing/Funny Car Championship
(Curb-owned car) - Winner at Pomona Winternationals
 
1986 Dale Jarrett - Top 5 in NASCAR Grand National (Busch) Series Championship
(Curb-owned car) - 1st win at Orange County Speedway
 
1987 Brad Noffsinger - Wins CRA/Sprint Car Championship
(Curb Records Special) (8 victories)
 
1999 Jason Leffler - Top 10 USAC Silver Crown Championship
Winner at Irwindale and Nazareth
 
1999 Brad Noffsinger - Winner of Final USAC Silver Crown Race of the Century at Memphis, TN
 
2000 Brad Noffsinger - Top 5 USAC Silver Crown Championship
 
2001 Billy Boat - Top 5 Indy Racing League Championship,
Top 10 Indianapolis 500 - Pole Winner/Track Record at Nashville
 
2003 Johnny Sauter - Winner at Richmond Nationwide Series (Curb/Agajanian)
Top 10 Busch Point Standings (Shared with RCR)
 
2003 Tyler Walker - Top 10 USAC Silver Crown Championship
 
2004 Tyler Walker - 3 Consecutive Victories - USAC Silver Crown
 
2005-07 Kasey Kahne - 11 Top 10 Finishes - USAC Silver Crown
 
2006 Joey Saldana - Top 3 National World of Outlaws Championship - Winner 2006 Big One at Eldora Speedway
 
2006 Mike Curb inducted into the West Coast Stock Car Hall of Fame
 
2007 Joey Saldana - Runner-up World of Outlaws Championship (12 Victories)
 
2007 Phillip McGilton - Top 5 ARCA Point Standings (Baker-Curb/Brewco)
 
2007 Kevin Swindell - Top 10 USAC National Midget Championship - Winner at Indianapolis Raceway Park
 
2007 Brady Bacon - Top 5 USAC National Sprint Car Championship
 
2008 Brad Coleman - Top 10 Watkins Glen and Las Vegas (NASCAR Nationwide)
 
2008 Brad Sweet - Top 3 USAC National Midget Championship - Winner of Belleville Nationals and Knoxville
 
2008 Brad Sweet - Top 10 USAC National Sprint Car Championship
 
2009 Stanton Barrett/Jaques Lazier - Indy Racing League Series - Championship Top 20
 
2009 Paulie Harraka - Top 5 NASCAR Camping World West Series - Top 10: All American Speedway, Phoenix, Madera, Iowa, New Hampshire, Irwindale, Miller Motorsports Park - Winner at Colorado & All American Speedway (California)- Top 10 NASCAR All-American Showdown
 
2009 Matt DiBenedetto - Top 5 NASCAR All-American Showdown (California)
 
2009 Kevin Swindell - NASCAR Camping World East Series - Top 10: New Hampshire Speedway
 
2009 Johnny Sauter - Top 6 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series - Top 10: Kansas, Dover, Texas, Memphis, Nashville, Chicago, Iowa, Gateway, New Hampshire, Texas
Winner at Las Vegas
 
2009 Jason Keller - Top 10 NASCAR Nationwide Series - Top 10: Daytona, Talladega, Richmond, Dover, Gateway, Iowa, Dover, Fontana
 
2009 Josh Wise - Top 6 USAC Silver Crown; Top 10: Manzanita, Manzanita, Oswego, Terre Haute, Eldora
 
2009 Brad Sweet - USAC Midget Car Runner-up - Winner at Manzanita, Salem, Terre Haute, Eldora
Top 10 - Turkey Night Grand Prix
 
2009 Joey Saldana - World of Outlaws - 20 Victories - Top 3 in Championship Point Standings
 
2009 Kevin Swindell - 3rd in Lincoln Electric / Airgas Track Championship Point Standings for the Camping World Series East
 
2010
Nationwide (Greg Biffle, Scott Wimmer, Scott Lagasse, Nelson Piquet Jr., Andrew Ranger, Johnny Sauter, Kevin Swindell)
#2 (2)  
Top 5 (4)  
Top 10 (11)  

 
2010
Truck (Johnny Sauter)
(3rd in Championship Point Standings)
#1 (1) Kansas  
#2 (3)  
Top 5 (13)  
Top 10 (15)  

 
2010
K&N West (Paulie Harraka)
(3rd in Championship Point Standings)
#1 (1) California  
#2 (2)  
Top 5 (5)  
Top 10 (7)  

 
2010
K&N East (Kevin Swindell)
(8th in Championship Point Standings)
#2 (1)  
Top 5 (1)  
Top 10 (3)  

 
2010
USAC Silver Crown (Levi Jones, Bryan Clauson)
(#1 in USAC Silver Crown Championship)
#1 (3)  
Top 5 (6)  
Top 10 (10)  

 
2010
USAC Midget (Brad Sweet)
(8th in Championship Point Standings)
#1 (4)  
#2 (4)  
Top 10 (10)  

 
2010
World of Outlaws (Joey Saldana, Paul McMahan,Brad Sweet)
(Runner-up in 2010 Car Owner Point Standings)
(Joey Saldana - Overall Winner of 40th Annual Dirt Car Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park)
#1 (13)  
#2 (13)  
Top 5 (59)  
Top 10 (92)  

 
2011
Chili Bowl - Tusla, OK (Bryan Clauson, Kevin Swindell)
Winner of Chili Bowl Prelim (Bryan Clauson)
#1 (1) Kevin Swindell

 
2011 Top 10 - The Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona - Drivers: A.J. Allmendinger, Justin Wilson and Michael McDowell (Curb-Agajanian w/ Michael Shank Racing - No. 7 overall)
 
2011
Truck (Johnny Sauter)
Curb makes 500th NASCAR start in Nashville, Tennessee with Johnny Sauter leading the Championship standings, following historic Martinsville victory.
#1 (2) Martinsville, Homestead  
Top 5 (12)  
Top 10 (19)  

 
2011
K&N West (DJ Kennington, Andrew Myers, Chad Boat, Michael Waltrip)
Top 5 (1)  
Top 10 (6)  

 
2011
K&N East (Chad Boat)
Top 10 (1)  

 
2011
USAC Silver Crown (Levi Jones, Bryan Clauson) National USAC Silver Crown Champion- Levi Jones
Top 5 (7) #2 @ Hoosier 100, Springfield, IL & DuQuoin
Top 10 (12)

 
2011
USAC Midget (Bryan Clauson)  
Bryan Clauson wins USAC Midget National Championship
Bryan Clauson wins the Indiana Speed Week Championship.
#1 (4)  
Top 5 (11)  
Top 10 (13)  

 
2011
Midget/POWRi (Bryan Clauson)  
#1 (4)  
Top 5 (5)  
Top 10 (5)  

 
2011
NMDOTY Championship (Bryan Clauson)  

 
2011
Western Midget (Bryan Clauson)  
Top 5 (2)  
Top 10 (2)  

 
2011
ASCS National Sprint Cars (Joey Saldana, Paul McMahan, Brad Sweet)  
#1 (2)  
Top 5 (4)  
Top 10 (8)  

 
2011
BELLEVILLE NATIONALS (Bryan Clauson)  
Top 5 (1)  
Top 10 (1)  

 
2011
USAC Sprint (Bryan Clauson - 8th in Championship Point Standings)
#1 (3)  
Top 5 (13)  
Top 10 (20)  

 
2011
World of Outlaws (Joey Saldana, Paul McMahan, Cody Darrah, Brad Sweet)
Joey Saldana scores his 60th World of Outlaws victory for the Kasey Kahne/Curb-Agajanian team and wins the Volusia Dirt Nationals during Daytona Speed Week.
#1 (10)  
Top 5 (53)  
Top 10 (106)  

 
2011
Indy Lights (Conor Daly, Bryan Clauson, Daniel Herrington)
Bryan Clauson finishes top 5 in the Indianapolis Freedom 100, and Conor Daly wins Long Beach.
#1 (1) Long Beach
Top 5 (5)
Top 10 (8)

 
2011 Indy Cars Dan Wheldon - Winner of Centennial Indianapolis 500 in the Herta-Curb-Agajanian Indy car.
 
2011 USAC Overall National Champion (Midget, Sprint, Silver Crown) - Bryan Clauson
 
2012 WINNER - 50th Anniversary Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona Drivers: A.J. Allmendinger, Justin Wilson, John Pew, Ozz Negri (Michael Shank Racing with Curb-Agajanian)
 
2012
World of Outlaws (Joey Saldana, Brad Sweet, Cody Darrah, Donny Schatz, Steve Kinser, Tony Stewart) Donny Schatz wins 2012 World of Outlaws Championship with Tony Stewart and Curb Records as primary associate sponsor.
#1 (22) Charlotte; Southern California Nationals; Eldora; Williams Grove (3); Quebec; Volusia; Silver Dollar Speedway, CA (2); Farmer City Raceway, IL; Orange County Fair Speedway, NY; Dodge City Raceway Park, KS; Ontario (2); Knoxville Nationals; Junction Motor Speedway, NE; Calistoga Speedway, CA; Clay County Fair Speedway, IA; Rolling Wheels Raceway, NY  
Top 5 (110)  
Top 10 (195)  

 
2012
Chili Bowl - Tulsa, OK (Kevin Swindell, Bryan Clauson, Ricky Stenhouse, Jr., Tony Stewart)
#1 (1) Kevin Swindell
Top 5 (2)  
Top 10 (4)  

 
2012
NASCAR (Michael McDowell, Mike Skinner)
Top 10 (1)  
 
Qualified for 30 NASCAR Sprint Cup Races

 
2012
Truck (Johnny Sauter)
#1 (2) Texas  
Top 5 (6)  
Top 10 (9)  

 
2012
K&N West (Chad Boat)
Top 10 (1)  

 
2012
K&N East (Tyler Reddick)
#1 (1) Rockingham, NC
Top 5 (1)  
Top 10 (1)  

 
2012
Indy Lights (Troy Castaneda, Esteban Guerrieri, Tristan Vautier, Victor Carbone, Anders Krohn, Nick Andries) Winner of Freedom 100 at Indianapolis, Long Beach, Milwaukee 100, Sukup 100, Quebec, Trois Rivieres, Baltimore; Tristan Vautier wins 2012 Indy Lights Championship (Schmidt/Curb-Agajanian)
#1 (8)  
Top 5 (29)  
Top 10 (38)  

 
2012
Indy (Alex Tagliani)
Top 5 (1)  
Top 10 (8)  

 
2012
Formula F Series (Brandon Newey)
#1 (4) Lime Rock, Watkins Glen, Summit Point, Virginia
Top 5 (10)  
Top 10 (10)  
 
Brandon Newey - Runner-Up 2012 Formula F Championship

 
2012
USAC National Midget (Bryan Clauson, Levi Roberts, Kyle Larson)
#1 (13) Indiana; Angell Park, WI; Dodge City, KS; Kokomo, IN; Eldora, OH; Tri City, IL (Gold Crown Nationals); Turkey Night Grand Prix
Top 5 (19)  
Top 10 (34)  
 
Kunz/Curb-Agajanian win USAC National Midget Championship

 
2012
USAC Western Midget/Western Classic Midget (Rico Abreu, Kyle Larson)
#1 (2) Calistoga, CA; Perris, CA
Top 5 (1)  
Top 10 (1)  

 
2012
USAC National Sprint (Bryan Clauson, Levi Jones, Brady Short, Shane Cottle, Chris Windom)
#1 (8) Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Gas City, IN; Eagle Raceway, NE; US36 Raceway, MO; Kokomo, IN (2); Perris, CA  
Top 5 (33)  
Top 10 (50)  
 
Bryan Clauson wins 2012 Sprint Car Championship (CTR/BCI/Curb-Agajanian)

 
2012
BMARA/Badger Midget (Bryan Clauson, Rico Abreu, Dillon Welch)
#1 (1) 76th Annual Badger Midget Race
Top 5 (1)  
Top 10 (2)  

 
2012
Midget/POWRi (Bryan Clauson, Levi Roberts, Shane Cottle, Dillon Welch, Rico Abreu, Kyle Larson)
#1 (7) Lincoln, IL; Macon, IL; Southern Illinois; Belleville, IL; Cornhusker Midget Nationals, NE; 36 Raceway, MO
Top 5 (16)  
Top 10 (26)  
 
Top 3 in Year End Point Standings

 
2012
Turkey Night Grand Prix (Kyle Larson)
#1 (1)
Top 5 (1)  
Top 10 (1)  

 
2012
NMDOTY Championship Owner/Entrant Kunz-Curb/Agajanian

 
2012
ASCS National Sprint Cars (Kevin Swindell, Brad Sweet, Tony Stewart)
#1 (3) Kansas; Nebraska; Indiana  
Top 5 (7)  
Top 10 (11)  

 
2012
All Star Circuit of Champions (Tony Stewart, Joey Saldana, Cody Darrah, Brad Sweet, Donny Schatz, Kyle Larson)
#1 (3) Screven Motor Speedway, GA; Cannonball Motor Speedway, OH; Wayne County Speedway, OH  
Top 5 (12)  
Top 10 (20)  

 
2012
USAC Silver Crown (Bobby Santos, Levi Jones, Bryan Clauson, Bobby East) Bobby East wins 2012 USAC Silver Crown Championship (Stewart/Curb-Agajanian) RW/Curb-Agajanian wins 2012 USAC Silver Crown Owner/Co-entrant Championship
#1 (5) Indianapolis Hall of Fame Classic; Iowa; Indianapolis Raceway Park 100; 4-Crown Nationals; Terre Haute, IN  
Top 5 (14)  
Top 10 (21)  

 
2012
ARCA (Mark Thompson, Clint King, Erik Jones, Kevin Swindell, Chad Boat)
#1 (2) Chicago; Turkey Night Grand Prix  
Top 5 (10)  
Top 10 (12)  

 
2012
USAC Triple Crown Championship Curb/Agajanian wins all 3 Owner/Entrant USAC Chapmionships (Silver Crown, Sprint Car, Midget Car)
The first owner/entrants to Win all 3 titles the same year.

 
2013
Chili Bowl - Tulsa, OK (Kevin Swindell, Bryan Clauson, Kyle Larson, Chad Boat, Tony Stewart, Jason Meyers, Christopher Bell)
#1 (1) Kevin Swindell
Top 5 (2)  
Top 10 (3)  

 
2013
All Star Circuit of Champions (Tony Stewart, Donny Schatz, Steve Kinser, Cody Darrah, Daryn Pittman)
#1 (2) Army Nationals - Ocala
Top 5 (5)  
Top 10 (7)  

 
2013
World of Outlaws (Daryn Pittman, Brad Sweet, Cody Darrah, Donny Schatz, Steve Kinser)
#1 (36) Volusia; Las Vegas; Tucson; Kings Speedway, CA; Southern California Nationals; El Paso; Eldora; Knoxville, IA; Williams Grove, PA (2); New Egypt, NJ; Lawrenceburg, IN; Jackson Speedway, MN; River Cities, ND; Dodge City, KS; Lima, OH; Kings Royal (Eldora); Lernerville, PA; Lebanon Valley, NY; Rolling Wheels Raceway, NY; Autodrome Drummond, Quebec; Oshweken, Ontario; Knoxville Nationals; Junction Motor Speedway, NE; River Cities, ND; Nodak Speedway, ND; Edmonton, Alberta; Skagit, WA; Gray's Harbor, WA; Clay County, IA; Fremont, OH; World Finals at Charlotte
Top 5 (127)  
Top 10 (199)  
 
Daryn Pittman wins 2013 World of Outlaws Championship for Kasey Kahne/Mike Curb

 
2013
ARCA (Chad Boat)
Top 5 (1)  
Top 10 (2) Daytona

 
2013
USAC National Pavement Midget (Kyle Larson, Tanner Swanson, Christopher Bell, Bobby Santos)
#1 (3) New Smyrna (2); Battle on the Border, IN
Top 5 (13)  
Top 10 (19)  

 
2013
USAC Midget (Christopher Bell, Bryan Clauson, Jerry Coons Jr., Tanner Thorson, Rico Abreu)
#1 (11) Belleville, IL; Kansas; Belleville Nationals Prelim; Belleville Nationals; Angell Park, WI; Eldora (4-Crown Nationals); Pontoon Beach, IL (Gold Crown) (3); Western World Championships
Top 5 (34)  
Top 10 (54)  
 
Christopher Bell wins 2013 USAC Midget Championship for Kunz/Curb-Agajanian

 
2013
Belleville Nationals (Christopher Bell, Rico Abreu, Bryan Clauson, Tanner Thorson)
#1 (1)
Top 5 (4)  
Top 10 (4)  

 
2013
Hoosier Hundred (Levi Jones)
#1 (1)
Top 5 (1)  
Top 10 (1)  

 
2013
USAC Silver Crown (Levi Jones, Bobby East, Jerry Coons Jr., Bobby Santos, Chris Windom)
#1 (4) Hoosier Hundred; Gateway 100, IL; Pikes Peak; Eldora (4-Crown Nationals)
Top 5 (14)  
Top 10 (24)  
 
Bobby East wins USAC Silver Crown Championship for Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian

 
2013
USAC Sprint (Bryan Clauson, Kevin Thomas, Jr; Christopher Bell)
#1 (7) Ocala; Gas City, IN; Lincoln Park, IN; Bloomington, IN; Kokomo, IN; Little Rock, AR; Lawrenceburg, IN; Peoria, AZ
Top 5 (23)  
Top 10 (33)  
 
Bryan Clauson wins USAC Sprint Car Championship for Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian

 
2013
USAC Triple Crown Championship
 
Curb-Agajanian win: All 3 Owner/Entrant USAC Championships (Silver Crown, Sprint Car, Midget Car)

 
2013
ASCS (Kevin Swindell, Kyle Larson, Brad Sweet)
Top 5 (5)  
Top 10 (5)  

 
2013
NASCAR Late Model (Kyle Larson, Dylan Kwasniewski)
#1 (1) Daytona Battle at the Beach
Top 5 (2)  
Top 10 (2)  

 
2013
NASCAR Modified (Kyle Larson, Bobby Santos, Ryan Newman)
#1 (3) Daytona Battle at the Beach Qualifier; Stafford Motor Speedway; Thompson, CT
Top 5 (11)  
Top 10 (12)  
 
Mike Curb - Top 10 NASCAR Modified Car Owner Championship

 
2013
NASCAR Sprint Cup (Michael McDowell)
Top 10 (1) Daytona 500

 
2013
NASCAR Truck (Johnny Sauter)
#1 (3) Daytona Great American Truck Race; Martinsville, VA; Talladega, AL
Top 5 (10)  
Top 10 (14)  

 
2013
NASCAR Nationwide (Kevin Swindell)
Top 10 (2) Indianapolis; California

 
2013
K&N East (Dylan Kwasniewski)
#1 (6) Bristol; Langley, IA; Virginia; Greenville-Pickens, SC; Atlanta
Top 5 (8)  
Top 10 (11)  
 
Dylan Kwasniewski wins NASCAR K&N Championship

 
2013
USAC Western Midget/Western Classic Midget (Bryan Clauson, Christopher Bell, Rico Abreu, Tanner Thorson)
#1 (7) Copper on Dirt; Las Vegas; Calistoga, CA; Western World Championships
Top 5 (20)  
Top 10 (23)  

 
2013
USAC West Coast Sprint/ Southwest Sprint (Bryan Clauson)
#1 (2) Western World Championships
Top 5 (2)  
Top 10 (2)  

 
2013
USAC CRA Sprint (Bryan Clauson)
#1 (2) Copper on Dirt; Perris, CA
Top 5 (3)  
Top 10 (3)  

 
2013
Indy (Alex Tagliani, Luca Filippi)
Top 10 (3)  

 
2013
Indy Lights (Jack Hawksworth, Sage Karam, Gabby Chaves)
#1 (7) St. Petersburg, FL; Milwaukee, MN; Sukup 100, IA; Toronto; Mid-Ohio; Baltimore; Houston, TX
Top 5 (28)  
Top 10 (37)  
 
Sage Karam wins Indy Lights Championship

 
2013
FORMULA 2000 (Brandon Newey)
Top 5 (2)  
Top 10 (8)  

 
2013
Formula F1600 (Adrian Sarrantino)
#1 (4) Virginia International Speedway (2); Mid-Ohio; Summit Point, WV
Top 5 (10)  
Top 10 (10)  

 
2013
Pacific F1600 (Colton Herta)
#1 (6) Thunderhill Raceway, CA; Buttonwillow, CA (4); Las Vegas, NV
Top 5 (7)  
Top 10 (7)  
 
Colton Herta wins Pacific F1600 Championship

 
2013
POWRi (Christopher Bell, Dillon Welch, Bryan Clauson, Rico Abreu, Alex Bright, Tanner Thorson, Jerry Coons Jr.)
#1 (10) Belleville, IL; Angell Park, WI; Jacksonville, IL; Canton, IL
Top 5 (31)  
Top 10 (37)  

 
2013
BMARA/Badger Midget (Rico Abreu, Christopher Bell, Bryan Clauson, Alex Bright, Tanner Thorson, Jerry Coons Jr.)
#1 (5) Angell Park, WI; Belleville, IL; Lincoln, IL; Macon, IL
Top 5 (11)  
Top 10 (23)  

 
2014
Chili Bowl - Tulsa, OK (Bryan Clauson)
#1 (1) Bryan Clauson

 
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Bryan Clauson wins the 2014 Chili Bowl with Curb Drivers finishing 1, Kevin Swindell 2, Christopher Bell 3
 
2014
World of Outlaws (Daryn Pittman, Brad Sweet, Cody Darrah, Donny Schatz, Steve Kinser)
#1 (23) Volusia; Tucson, AZ; Las Vegas, NV; Thunderbowl Raceway, CA; Calistoga, CA; Kings Speedway, CA; Devil's Bowl, TX; Williams Grove, PA; Orange County, NY; New Egypt, NJ; Lawrenceburg, IN; Lake Odessa, MI; Knoxville, IA; Grand Forks, ND; 34 Raceway, IA; Beaver Dam, WI; Cedar Lake, WI; Dodge City, KS; Lernerville, PA; Lincoln Speedway, PA
Top 5 (103)  
Top 10 (182)  

 
2014
NASCAR K&N East (Cameron Hayley)
Top 5 (6)
Top 10 (6)

 
2014
NASCAR K&N West (Brandon McReynolds)
Top 5 (5)
Top 10 (5)

 
2014
NASCAR Trucks (Johnny Sauter)
Top 5 (4)
Top 10 (7)

 
2014
NASCAR Modified (Bobby Santos, Ryan Newman)
#1(4) Stafford, CT; Waterford, CT; New Hampshire All-Star Shootout; New Hampshire
Top 5 (7)
Top 10 (8)

 
2014
NASCAR Southern Modified (Gary Putnam)
Top 10 (4)

 
2014
USAC Silver Crown (A.J. Fike, Jacob Wilson)
Top 10 (4)

 
2014
USAC Sprint Car (Bryan Clauson)
#1(4) Ocala, FL; New Egypt, NJ; Terre Haute, IN; Bloomington, IN
Top 5 (12)
Top 10 (19)

 
2014
USAC Midget Car (Christopher Bell, Bryan Clauson, Rico Abreu, Tanner Thorson)
#1(6) Belleville, IL; Bloomington, IN; Lawrenceburg, IN; Kokomo, IN; Angell Park, WI
Top 5 (21)
Top 10 (23)
 
Bryan Clauson wins Indiana Sprint Week Championship

2014
USAC Pavement Midget (Kyle O'Gara)
Top 5 (1)
Top 10 (1)

 
2014
ASCS (Jason Johnson)
#1(1) Smackdown-El Paso, TX (SW Region)
Top 5 (6)
Top 10 (11)

 
2014
POWRi (Christopher Bell, Tanner Thorson, Rico Abreu, Bryan Clauson)
#1(13) Tulsa, OK; Kokomo, IN; Jacksonville, IL; Belleville, IL; Angell Park, WI; World Championships @ Brownstown, IN; Quincy, IL
Top 5 (32)
Top 10 (36)

 
2014
Badger (Christopher Bell, Tanner Thorson, Rico Abreu, Bryan Clauson)
#1(2) Angell Park, WI
Top 5 (6)
Top 10 (7)

 
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Kyle Larson wins the 72nd Historic Turkey Night Grand Prix in the Kunz Curb-Agajanian car. Curb-Agajanian becomes the first in the history of USAC to win the Triple Crown Owner/Entrant championships in all three national series in the same year
(Silver Crown, Sprint Car and Midget Car).
 
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Kyle Larson won Thursday night's Turkey Night Grand Prix at California's Perris Auto Speedway.
 
2014
Formula 2000 (Colton Herta, Adrian Starrantino)
#1(1) Grand Prix of Indianapolis
Top 5 (3)
Top 10 (6)

 
2014
Indy (Jack Hawksworth)
Top 5 (2)
Top 10 (4)

 
2014
Indy Lights (Harvey, Razia, Piedrahita, Garcia)
#1(1) Indianapolis Grand Prix
Top 5 (15)
Top 10 (28)

 

Curb has won Over 300 Races in 25 different Series
and has won 10 National Championships and
finished Top 10 in National Championship Point Standings
over 60 times

  • 2013 - NASCAR Camping World Trucks (Johnny Sauter)
  • 2013 - NASCAR K&N East Series (Dylan Kwasniewski)
  • 2013 - NASCAR Modified (Bobby Santos)
  • 2013 - World of Outlaws (Daryn Pitman, Cody Darrah)
  • 2013 - USAC Silver Crown (Bobby East)
  • 2013 - USAC Sprint (Bryan Clauson)
  • 2013 - USAC Midget (Christopher Bell, Rico Abreu)
  • 2013 - NMDOTY (Christopher Bell - Kunz/Curb-Agajanian)
  • 2013 - Indy Lights (Sage Karam, Jack Hawksworth, Gabby Chaves)
  • 2013 - Formula F1600 (Adrian Starrantino)
  • 2013 - Pacific Formula F1600 (Colton Herta)
  • 2012 - NASCAR Camping World Truck (Johnny Sauter)
  • 2012 - ARCA (Kevin Swindell, Erik Jones, Mark Thompson)
  • 2012 - World of Outlaws (J. Saldana, C. Darrah, D. Schatz [PAS], S. Kinser [PAS])
  • 2012 - Indy Lights (Tristan Vautier, Esteban Guerrieri, Victor Carbone)
  • 2012 - Formula F (Brandon Newey)
  • 2012 - USAC Silver Crown (Bobby East, Levi Jones)
  • 2012 - USAC Sprint Car (Bryan Clauson, Levi Jones, Chris Windom)
  • 2012 - USAC Midget (Bryan Clauson, Kyle Larson)
  • 2012 - POWRi (Rico Abreu, Dillon Welch, Bryan Clauson)
  • 2012 - NMDOTY (Owner/Entrant Champions Kunz-Curb/Agajanian)
  • 2012 - NASCAR Grand-Am (Shank/Curb-Agajanian)
  • 2011 - POWRi (Bryan Clauson)
  • 2011 - World of Outlaws (Joey Saldana, Brad Sweet, Cody Darrah)
  • 2011 - NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (Johnny Sauter)
  • 2011 - IRL Firestone Indy Light Series (Conor Daly/Bryan Clauson)
  • 2011 - USAC Midget Car (Bryan Clauson) [National Championship]
  • 2011 - NMDOTY (Bryan Clauson) [National Championship]
  • 2011 - USAC Sprint Car (Bryan Clauson)
  • 2011 - USAC Silver Crown (Levi Jones/Bryan Clauson) [Jones-Champion]
  • 2010 - World of Outlaws Series (Joey Saldana)
  • 2010 - World of Outlaws Series (Paul McMahan)
  • 2010 - USAC Midget Car (Brad Sweet)
  • 2010 - USAC Silver Crown (Bryan Clauson)
  • 2010 - USAC Silver Crown (Levi Jones) [Champion]
  • 2010 - NASCAR K&N Series EAST (Kevin Swindell)
  • 2010 - NASCAR K&N Series WEST (Paulie Harraka)
  • 2010 - NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (Johnny Sauter)
  • 2009 - NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (Johnny Sauter)
  • 2009 - NASCAR Nationwide Series (Jason Keller)
  • 2009 - NASCAR Camping World West Series (Paulie Harraka)
  • 2009 - USAC Midget Car (Brad Sweet)
  • 2009 - USAC Silver Crown (Josh Wise)
  • 2009 - World of Outlaws (Joey Saldana)
  • 2008 - USAC National Midget Car (Brad Sweet)
  • 2008 - USAC National Sprint Car (Brad Sweet)
  • 2008 - World of Outlaws (Joey Saldana)
  • 2007 - USAC National Sprint Car (Kevin Swindell)
  • 2007 - World of Outlaws (Joey Saldana)
  • 2007 - ARCA (Phillip McGilton) (Baker-Curb w/Brewco)
  • 2007 - USAC National Midget Car (Brady Bacon)
  • 2006 - World of Outlaws (Joey Saldana)
  • 2003 - NASCAR Busch Series (Johnny Sauter) (CA/RCR)
  • 2003 - USAC Silver Crown (Tyler Walker)
  • 2003 - USAC Silver Crown (Dave Steele)
  • 2001 - Indy Racing League (Billy Boat)
  • 2000 - USAC Silver Crown (Brad Noffsinger)
  • 1987 - CRA-USAC (Brad Noffsinger) [Champion]
  • 1986 - CART Indy Car (Tom Sneva)
  • 1986 - NHRA (Tim Grose)
  • 1986 - CRA Sprint Car (Brad Noffsinger) (sponsor) [Champion]
  • 1986 - NASCAR Busch Grand National (Dale Jarrett)
  • 1985/1986 - IMSA GTS (Dennis Aase/Rocky Moran)
  • 1985 - USAC Indy Car (Ed Pimm)
  • 1985 - CART Indy Car (Tom Sneva)
  • 1984/1985 - IMSA GTU (Chris Cord/Jim Adams)
  • 1984 - SCCA Indy Pro (Ted Prappas)
  • 1984 - NASCAR Winston Cup (Richard Petty)
  • 1982 - USAC Gold Crown (Bobby Olivero)
  • 1980 - NASCAR Winston Cup (Bobby Allison) (sponsor)
  • 1980 - NASCAR Winston Cup (Dale Earnhardt) (sponsor) [Champion]
  • 1979 - CRA Sprint Car (Walt Kennedy) (sponsor)

 

 
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