The winningest ARCA Menards Series West driver ever, McCoy won a record 55 poles and 54 races from 1964 through ‘74. McCoy won the series championship twice; in 1966, when it was known as NASCAR’s Pacific Coast Late Model division, and in 1973, when it was NASCAR’s Grand National (later Winston) West series. He finished second in points four times (1969, 1970, 1971, 1974). McCoy’s #7 Dodge also qualified for 19 NASCAR Cup Series races, posting Top 10s at Riverside, Texas World Speedway and Martinsville, where he finished a career-best fifth in 1973. Upon retirement from competition in 1974, he continued in his family’s business, opening a tire and racing supply shop in Modesto, CA. In 1975, McCoy, wife Peggy and co-driver Gary Johnson finished second in the “Cannonball Baker Memorial Sea-to-Shining-Sea Trophy Dash,” covering the New York-to-California route in 37 hours and 50 minutes. He was an inaugural inductee to the West Coast Stock Car Hall of Fame in 2002 and in 2005 was named one of NASCAR’s Winston West “All-Time Top 10” drivers.