Orange, black, yellow, white
Piston Cup racer (former)
Billy Oilchanger is American racing stock car. Cirka 2000s seasons of Piston Cup Racing Series he was racer and member of team Octane Gain Racing. One of his mechanics was Dudley Spare. His dream was become a racing color commentator after he will retire. He had watched other commentators including Darrell Cartrip and Bob Cutlass over the years, and practices announcing by calling the races out loud to himself while he's in them, what was distracting other racers.
In 2006 he was racing during the 2005 Piston Cup season final race at Motor Speedway of the South. After Chick Hicks causes a huge accident between the majority of the competitors, a Oilchander finds himself face-to-face with Claude Scruggs. After that they are both hit by other cars.
Sometime between the 2006 and 2016 he either retires or gets fired by Octane Gain and was replaced by Bobby Swift.
He is painted orange with black and yellow stripes on his sides. He has logo of Octane Gain on his hood and backsides and white number 58 with black background on sides and roof. He has stickers imitating lamps. He has orange spoiler and black rims.
Profiles and statistics
- It's Billy Oilchanger's dream to become a racing color commentator after he retires. He's watched all the greats, like Darrell Cartrip and Bob Cutlass over the years, and even practices announcing by calling the races out loud to himself while he's in them. It's great experience, though the other drivers find it distracting and a little creepy.
- source: Car Finder
Names in other languages
- Danish: Billy Olieveksler
- German: Billy Ölwechsler
- Polish: Olaf Olejny
- Russian: Билл Маслосмен (transcription: Bill Maslosmen)