Theodore Musgrave or Ted Musgrave is an American race car driver born on December 18, 1955 from Waukegan, Illinois.
Ted began racing in 1977 at Waukegan at a very young age of 18 in 1967 Ford Galaxy that he got from his brother. It was rebuilt to a 1967 Ford Torino and won the track's Rookie of the Year title.
He became a regular driver on the Central Wisconsin circuit (CWRA) in 1979. Winning the Holiday 50 at Capital Speedway which is now the Madison International Speedway was his highlight to the 1982 season.
He won seven features at Capital in 1984, along with two features at LaCrosse, two at State Park, and two at Wisconsin Dells.
Ted scored more victories, a total of thirteen, in the 2001-2004 seasons than any other driver in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series and has never finished lower than third in NCTS championship points in three seasons of competition.
During the 2012 Camping World Truck Series season, Ted Musgrave will serve as a spotter for eight races for Ron Hornaday Jr. and on a March 2012 press release, it was mentioned that Ted Musgrave has retired from driving.