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Ken Butler

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Age / DOB:  (35) / 5/2/1982
Ht / Wt:  5'9" / 170

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Ken Butler will pilot the No. 24 Toyota in the running of the Nationwide Series Indiana 250 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
KB3 will be making his fifth NASCAR Nationwide Series start of the season on Saturday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The start will also mark his 25th career start in NASCAR's top three series.-Integrity Sports Marketing Fri, Jul 26, 2013 12:18:00 PM

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Ken Butler III (KB3) returns to the No. 24 Toyota at Kentucky Speedway.

He will carry sponsorship from 5 Star Lodge and Stables along with Taylor/Brooks Salon. KB3, a native of Georgia, will be making his third start of the 2013 season.-Integrity Sports Marketing
Wed, Jun 26, 2013 04:13:00 PM

SR2 Motorsports is proud to announce a unique 10 race program with the brother combination of Ken Butler III (KB3) and Brett Butler.

The program kicks off this weekend at Iowa Speedway where KB3 will climb behind the wheel of the team's No. 24 Toyota. KB3 has 17 previous starts in the NASCAR Nationwide Series along with three Camping World Truck Series starts. Along with the Iowa debut, KB3 will drive the No. 24 at Kentucky (June 8), Atlanta (August 31), Richmond (Sept. 6) and Chicagoland Speedway (Sept. 14).-Integrity Sports Marketing
Tue, Jun 4, 2013 10:15:00 PM

Ken Butler III finished 22nd Friday night in the Food City 250 at Bristol Motor Speedway, and the driver of the Aaron’s Dream Machine was pleased with his finish.

"It was a pretty good race," said Butler, who qualified 38th for the event. "We struggled in practice and during qualifying with the handling on the car. It was just too tight. But once the race began I was able to muscle the Aaron’s Dream Machine through traffic." Butler will next be behind the wheel of the No. 23 Aaron's Dream Machine on Saturday, September 26 at Dover International Speedway. - Aaron's PR
Mon, Aug 24, 2009 09:01:00 PM

Ken Butler III has had enough learning curves this year that he could probably create his own road course.

KB3 will begin his next lesson on the 1.25-mile, egg-shaped oval of Gateway International Raceway with the first practice sessions on Friday evening. Even a veteran driver will tell you GIR is a tricky track to figure out. But, because of the summer time variations in heat and track conditions, it makes it a slippery slope to climb. The good part is the Georgia native is pretty adept at picking up the nuances of the new surfaces. So, he and the team will look to make that happen one more time in 2009 this Friday and Saturday night.
Fri, Jul 17, 2009 08:08:00 PM

Coming off their third top-20 finish of the year last weekend at Kentucky Speedway, Ken Butler III enjoyed matching his personal mark of a career best of 17th place.

This weekend, he once again gets to utilize his prior ARCA experience, this time at the famed one-mile oval located at the Milwaukee Fairgrounds. The last time he raced there, he was leading the field until some mechanical difficulties knocked him out of the event. With seven Nationwide starts to his credit, earning three, top-20 finishes, KB3 and the Aaron’s Dream Machine are ready to put together a string of good runs.
Thu, Jun 18, 2009 10:39:00 PM

Ken Butler III and the No. 23 Aaron’s Dream Machine Chevrolet team are looking to top the charts in both qualifying and race results at Nashville Superspeedway this weekend.

Butler, of Lilburn, Ga, sat on the pole in last year’s ARCA race at Nashville before finishing in the top-10. KB3 hasn’t raced since early March at Las Vegas Motor Speedway because he and teammate, Robert Richardson, Jr., share driving duties for the R3 Motorsports team. Butler will be making his first NNS start at Nashville.
Wed, Apr 8, 2009 11:18:00 AM

Ken Butler III drove the No. 23 Aaron’s Lucky Dog Dream Machine to a top-20 finish in Saturday’s Stater Bros 200 in his Nationwide Series debut.

Starting 24th, Butler would break into the top-20 by lap 35, of 150, and pretty much stayed right around there for the entire race. Utilizing chassis and air pressure adjustments from the crew on pit stops, Butler would remain a top-20 car only dropping down the order via green-flag stops. The crew busted off some quick stops keeping their driver and team competitive all night. Strategic calls by Tom Brewer, crew chief, made the difference as Butler fought tight handling conditions for much of the race.
Tue, Feb 24, 2009 07:49:00 AM

Aaron Rents, Inc. of Atlanta, GA and Scott Shore, President of Erohs Group, LLC today announced a new partnership with R3 Motorsports (R3) of China Grove, NC.

The one-year agreement gives Aaron’s the primary sponsor of R3’s No. 23 NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) race team for 18 select races in the 2009 season. Snellville, GA native, Ken Butler III will drive the Aaron’s car for R3 and is scheduled to make his NNS debut at California Speedway February 21, 2009. The R3 sponsorship is in addition to Aaron’s current team sponsorship with Michael Waltrip Racing (MWR) and will extend Aaron’s marketing reach throughout the NNS season.
Tue, Jan 6, 2009 11:09:00 PM

Ken Butler III will make his Craftsman Truck Series debut in the #00 Aaron's Lucky Dog Toyota Tundra fielded by Darrell Waltrip Motorsports at Mansfield Motorsports Park this Saturday.

Additionally, Butler won his first ARCA RE/MAX event this past Sunday at Toledo Speedway. Butler is a part of a future stars program that Michael Waltrip Racing has implemented. He is scheduled to compete in Craftsman Truck Series and ARCA Series events with Darrell Waltrip Motorsports and Eddie Sharp Racing respectively.(Butler Brothers Racing PR)(via
Thu, May 24, 2007 09:43:00 AM