|Born:||October 28, 1975|
|Birthplace:||Bowling Green, Kentucky|
|NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Statistics|
|Truck #, Team||Unemployed|
|2005 Craftsman Truck Series Position:||24th|
|24th - 2005 (Craftsman Truck Series)|
|First Race:||2004 Built Ford Tough 225 (Kentucky)|
|All stats current as of April 17, 2006.|
Deborah Renshaw-Parker (born October 28, 1975, in Bowling Green, Kentucky) is a NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series driver. She currently does not have a ride. She is married and has a child with Nationwide Series crew chief, Shawn Parker.
Renshaw first participated in NASCAR when she began racing in the NASCAR Dodge Weekly Series in 2000 and 2001. She finished in the top 10 three times and also set a qualifying record when she won the pole at Riverview Speedway. She also became the first woman to ever lead a NASCAR sactioned series when the young woman climbed to the top of the points standings after a race at Nashville Speedway USA. During this time, she gained the spotlight when some fellow drivers purposely lost races in an attempt to make Renshaw look like she was cheating; she left the series after this.
Renshaw would spend the 2002 and 2003 seasons in the ARCA RE/MAX Series, where she finished in the top ten three times. However, during her tenure there, she was involved in an accident that claimed the life of fellow driver Eric Martin, another controversial event during her career. After Martin had originally spun out, he was alive and talking to his crew over the radio when Renshaw t-boned him at full speed. The latter impact would claim Martin's life.
Afterwards, Renshaw's future with Bobby Hamilton Racing (BHR) was unknown. BHR was forced to search for a replacement for EasyCare, who pulled out as the primary sponsor. Furthermore, the team announced Bobby Hamilton Jr. was going to run a limited schedule in the truck for the 2006 season, with Montgomery returning for the first race at Daytona; no plans for Renshaw were announced. Finally, on February 1, 2006, The Tennessean reported the pullout by EasyCare cost Deborah her ride at Bobby Hamilton Racing, which may effectively end her racing career.