|Ray Miller is a retired NASCAR Modified driver from East Granby, CT. His career spanned 22 years over 3 different modified eras, from the Coupes, through the Pinto Revolution, and coming to an end during the beginning of the Cavalier era. Miller scored 27 career wins driving modifieds, and had one NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Victory during his career, during the Budweiser 100 at the Waterford Speedbowl in 1985. His most prestigious victory came in the 1981 Thompson 300, where he beat Geoffrey Bodine and Jimmy Spencer for the win. Along with his Thompson 300 win, he visited victory lane at the 1978 World Series, giving him 2 wins at Thompson. In addition to the victories at Thompson and Waterford, Ray had 14 wins at Stafford Motor Speedway, including 3 straight Ferrara 100 wins during the early 1980's, as well as 10 career wins at the now defunct Riverside Park Speedway. Through his career he drove for well known owners such as Mike Greci, Simons Racing, and Curt Chase. Ray currently spends his time supporting his son Jay Miller's Racing efforts. Jay Miller runs SK Modifieds at the Waterford Speedbowl.