|Jerry Marquis (February 14, 1956 - ) is a former NASCAR driver from Broad Brook, CT. He has not competed in any events of note following a disappointing 2007 season in the Modified ranks, ending a NASCAR career that spanned nearly 25 years.
In 2000, he won the Whelen Modified Tour championship, driving for legendary owner Mario Fiore. While that season certainly stands out as Marquis' best ever season, Marquis wound up with nineteen career victories in the Modifieds and seven victories in the K & N Pro Series East, a stock car tour that saw Marquis finish as the runner-up in the 1997 standings. All of his stats are viewable in the column to your right.
In addition to his career in the lower ranks, Marquis competed in two Nationwide Series events and one Camping World Truck Series event in his career, the closest he got to a career with the national series. Both of those NNS races came in 1995, when Marquis debuted at Loudon. Marquis garnered a solid 7th place start in the race, but oil problems in the race sidelined him to 38th position. More engine problems plagued Marquis in his other race, when he finished a career-best 29th at Nazareth. The CWTS didn't go very well either, as he finished 28th due to engine problems in the 1997 Virginia Is For Lovers 200 at Richmond.