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  • The playoffs system was announced on January 21, 2004 as the "Chase for the Championship", and first used during the 2004 Nextel Cup season.NASCAR playoffs-Wikipedia
  • For the 2004 season, Nemechek returned to MB2 Motorsports, taking over the No. 01 U.S. Army-sponsored car.Joe Nemechek-Wikipedia
  • Andretti started the 2004 season driving the No. 1 part-time for DEI, but departed midway through the season.John Andretti-Wikipedia
  • For the 2004 season, a realignment of the NASCAR schedule saw the race move to November.Southern 500-Wikipedia
  • Burton began 2004 by finishing 17th at the Daytona 500 and then earned the team's first top-10 finish the next week with a 9th-place finish at Rockingham.Stewart-Haas Racing-Wikipedia
  • During the 2004 Dodge/Save Mart 350, the studio was not used and Myers and Hammond were located on the hillside on outdoor chairs; no explanation was given for this.NASCAR on Fox-Wikipedia

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