Davey Allison leaving New Hampshire had one win and four top fives and six top tens. Due to the advice of his crew chief Larry McRenolds Davey decides not to fly to Talladega. For the next four weeks Davey Allison had two top 15s a top 30 and a 42nd place finish. At Bristol, Davey had the dominate car but with three laps to go got passed by Mark Martin who held him off for the win. In Darlington, Davey was able to finish sixth one lap down, After 13th and 17th place finishes at Richmond and Dover, he would take on three straight top fives at Martinsville (first), North Wilkesboro (fourth), and Charlotte (second), he won after a dominate performance in Martinsville. At North Carolina, he led early after starting from the pole but blew a tire and hit the wall, finishing 37th. He finished off his season with two straight wins, Phoenix and Atlanta. To finish ninth in the final points standings.
In 1994, Davey Allison picked up on his performance from the previous season. He started it with a 22nd and 19th place finish at Daytona and North Carolina, he would then win Richmond, and finish ninth at Atlanta. Davey would go on to finish fourth at Darlington then lead a race high 397 laps at Bristol but finished sixth, followed by four straight seventh place finishes, North Wilkesboro, Martinsville, Talladega, and Sears Point. After a third place finish at Charlotte, Davey then would win Dover and finish 14th at Pocono. Davey nearly pulled off the win at Michigan but was spun out on the last lap by Rusty Wallace and was able to inch Ted Musgrave to the line for ninth, Davey Allison blew an engine early and finished last at Daytona and followed it up with a 32nd place finish at New Hampshire. Davey would then go on to win three out of four races, Pocono, Talladega, and Watkins Glen, he was passed with four laps to go by Jeff Gordon at Indy. At Michigan, Davey would finish sixth and then he would finish 28th at Bristol, 14th and 16th at the next two races dropped Davey down from third to fourth in points, Richmond and Dover. At Martinsville, Davey finished second after leading a race high 289 laps, at North Wilkesboro, Davey would finish tenth and he finished eighth at Charlotte, followed up by a third place finish at North Carolina would tie him for third in Winston Cup points with Rusty Wallace, but a 26th and a 19th place finish caused him to finish fourth in the final points standings. He ended the year with five wins, ten top fives, 20 top tens, and one pole.
1995 was almost comparable to 1994 for Davey Allison, after Dale Jarrett joining in a second car *number 88* Davey was proven to be the great driver that he was. He started the season off by finishing fourth in the Daytona 500, followed by three straight second place finishes put Davey in the points lead. At Darlington, Davey Allison pulled a bump n run on Sterling Marlin to win his first race of the season. However, Davey had a streak of three straight finishes of 24th or worse, Bristol (33rd), North Wilkesboro (24th), and Martinsville (34th), he would break this streak with a ninth place finish at Talladega and a second place finish at Sears Point, he then finished 14th and 11th at Charlotte and Dover, before winning his second race at Pocono. Michigan saw Davey finish tenth and so did Daytona. New Hampshire saw Davey finish 29th and then he tried to chase down teammate Dale Jarrett, but he finished second giving Robert Yates's team their first one-two finish in Winston Cup Competition. Talladega saw Davey finish 39th and at Indy, for the second straight year Davey was passed towards the end of the race for the win, and finished 4th. Davey finished 12th at Watkins Glen and he finished 19th at Michigan, at Bristol Davey Allison finished third almost winning the race, Darlington had Davey finish second and he followed it up with a ninth place finish at Richmond, but he would rebound by beating Jeff Gordon to the line by 0.03 seconds to win Dover followed by a fourth place finish at Martinsville. At North Wilkesboro, Davey finished 12th and 20th at Charlotte, but he rebounded with a win at North Carolina winning by two seconds over Ward Burton. A 23rd place finish at Phoenix and a second place finish at Atlanta clinched Davey fifth in the final points standings, with four wins, 16 top fives, 20 top tens, and three poles.
1996 was Davey Allison's Career year, he finished 19th at Daytona, but finished second at North Carolina and then won at Richmond. Davey finished sixth and second at Atlanta and Darlington, but won the next two races at Bristol and North Wilkesboro. He would go on to finish in the top five for the next nine out of ten races, *NASCAR ruined their shot at Talladega* in which he won once, *Charlotte* but after a blown tire at New Hampshire *41st* He would then finish ninth at Pocono and 12th at Talladega, finally, after being passed for the win in both of the Indy races, he would finally break the streak and win the Brickyard 400 beating his teammate Dale Jarett to the line. He finished 19th at Watkins Glen and finished 11th at Michigan, but he followed it up with two straight second place finishes, Bristol and Darlington, and he then won at Richmond, giving him a sweep at Richmond. He finished sixth at Dover and ninth at Martinsville and he then would finish fifth in the last race at North Wilkesboro, and he would sweep Charlotte and finish fourth at North Carolina. A tenth place finish at Phoenix meant that Davey had to start the race to win the championship, and at Atlanta he finished third and won the championship over Terry Labonte who barely finished second over teammate Jeff Gordon. He finished his season with seven wins, 19 top fives, and 24 top tens, and six poles and the championship.
In 1997, Davey Allison was looking to defend his title, without crew chief Larry McRenolds. He started his season with a runner up finish in the Daytona 500 and a tenth place finish at North Carolina. He then finished fifth at Richmond and Atlanta, and a 16th place finish at Darlington before finally winning the first race at Texas. In Bristol, Davey inched Rusty Wallace to the line for second and he finished 11th at Martinsville, and he won Sears Point. At Talladega, Davey finished 16th and then finished ninth at Charlotte, followed up by a second place finish at Dover and two straight sixth place finishes at Pocono and Michigan, before winning at California and he spun out John Andretti to win at Daytona. At New Hampshire, Davey was able to finish 12th after getting spun around midway by John Andretti in retaliation to Daytona, Pocono had Davey finish tenth and he finished sixth at Indy and Watkins Glen. Michigan had Davey finish 39th due to a blown engine, followed by a 13th place finish at Bristol and a win at Darlington by spinning out Jeff Gordon on the last lap. Richmond saw Davey finish fourth and he followed it with a tenth at New Hampshire, Dover also was a bad race as Davey finished 19th. Martinsville saw Davey challenge Jeff Burton all day but he finished second. At Charlotte, Davey won by passing his teammate on the last lap, and he finished 23rd at Talladega. North Carolina saw Davey finish 15th at North Carolina, and he won Phoenix, which had him two points behind Jeff Gordon for the championship, but he blew a tire and finished 29th, two laps down and finished second in points. He ended the year with seven wins, 20 top fives, 26 top tens, and zero poles.
1998 was a down year for Davey Allison, he only won once, at Phoenix, and had only six top fives and 17 top tens and had one pole, he finished a career low of 13th in the final points standings. 1998 did see Robert Yates expand to a three car team *Kenny Irwin Jr went into a third car numbered 38* Davey's crew chief was fired after this season.
In 1999 Davey rebounded from a dismal 1998 season. He started it by winning Las Vegas and Atlanta but wouldn't win again until Daytona and then he would win at Dover, his last win of the season. He finished third in the final points standings.
In 2000, Davey was able to start another streak of dominance by winning the Daytona 500 by inching his teammate to the line coming to the caution, he would then win North Carolina the following week. Davey almost won Las Vegas but spun out when the rain hit and was scored in eigth, after the next six weeks of finishes 13th or better, he would win again at California and finish in the top three for the next three races. Michigan and Pocono had Davey finish 42nd and 28th, and then he won at Sears Point over Jeff Gordon. Davey Allison finished 21st at New Hampshire after Teammate Kenny Irwin was killed in a practice crash. Davey Allison wouldn't win again until Lowe's where he led a race high 236 laps. Davey would also win the season final race at Atlanta becoming the first champion to do so. He ended his season with six wins, 18 top fives, 27 top tens, and six poles and he had his second championship, over Dale Earnhardt and Bobby Labonte.
In 2001, Davey Allison was looking to defend his second title, he started it by finish tenth in the Daytona 500, and he finished 16 the following week after dominating at Rockingham. Davey won his first race at Las Vegas, in which he designated the victory to Dale Sr, the following week he finished sixth at Atlanta and fifth at Darlington. In Bristol, Davey had a dominating car, but run out of gas on the last lap and coasted to the finish line in ninth, Davey had a three-second lead on the last lap at Texas, but his tire blew and he had to coast the car to a second place finish. Davey Allison finished third at Martinsville in which Robert Yates Racing swept the top three spots, and the following week at Talladega, Davey finished 39th after he retired with a blown engine. Davey wouldn't find victory again until Kansas, then he won at Homestead. His 2001 stats, three wins, 13 top fives, 24 top tens, and seven poles and finished sixth in points.
In 2002, Davey Allison had a rebound from his previous season, he would finish third at Daytona and second at Las Vegas, where he would grab the points lead. His first win was at Texas, and he would win the following week at Martinsville where he pulled a bump and run on Bobby Labonte on the last lap. He would win again at Pocono, then again at Atlanta, Davey's season was a record season where he led the championship standings for 35 weeks and won the championship by finishing 19th at Atlanta. His stats, four wins, 18 top fives, 30 top tens, and one pole.