Joseph Andrew "Andy" Petree III (born August 15, 1958), is a former NASCAR crew chief and currently the Fox NASCAR rules analyst. After racing for years at local short track (most notably Hickory Motor Speedway), Petree became part owner of the #32 Busch Series car for Dale Jarrett. By the age of 28, Petree was already a NASCAR Winston Cup crew chief on the Leo Jackson racing team. That car was driven by the Bandit Harry Gant. Petree was a color commentator for ESPN and ABC's NASCAR coverage. Petree now funds a 12 and under travel softball team named, The Lady Racers. The Lady Racers split about halfway through the 2010 season when they lost their two star pitchers left to play for an upstate South Carolina "showcase" team.

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  • Joseph Andrew "Andy" Petree III (born August 15, 1958), is a former NASCAR crew chief and currently the Fox NASCAR rules analyst. After racing for years at local short track (most notably Hickory Motor Speedway), Petree became part owner of the #32 Busch Series car for Dale Jarrett. By the age of 28, Petree was already a NASCAR Winston Cup crew chief on the Leo Jackson racing team. That car was driven by the Bandit Harry Gant. Petree was a color commentator for ESPN and ABC's NASCAR coverage. Petree now funds a 12 and under travel softball team named, The Lady Racers. The Lady Racers split about halfway through the 2010 season when they lost their two star pitchers left to play for an upstate South Carolina "showcase" team. (en)
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  • Joseph Andrew "Andy" Petree III (born August 15, 1958), is a former NASCAR crew chief and currently the Fox NASCAR rules analyst. After racing for years at local short track (most notably Hickory Motor Speedway), Petree became part owner of the #32 Busch Series car for Dale Jarrett. By the age of 28, Petree was already a NASCAR Winston Cup crew chief on the Leo Jackson racing team. That car was driven by the Bandit Harry Gant. Petree was a color commentator for ESPN and ABC's NASCAR coverage. Petree now funds a 12 and under travel softball team named, The Lady Racers. The Lady Racers split about halfway through the 2010 season when they lost their two star pitchers left to play for an upstate South Carolina "showcase" team. (en)
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