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Sentences for2006 NASCAR Busch Series
- NASCAR implemented this change after Cup drivers were winning the Busch/Nationwide championships over the series regulars for 5 years straight (2006-2010).
- In 2006, Waltrip partnered with FitzBradshaw Racing to pick up FitzBradshaw's No. 40 car's owner's points.
- The No. 28 was driven part-time by Hall in 2006.
- In 2006 Shepherd returned to Davis Motorsports and made five starts in an start and park effort.
- This final victory margin was the largest in series history until 2006.
- In 2006, Andretti returned to ppc to drive their No. 10 Busch Series car.
- After failing to finish in the top-five during the 2006, Green was released from Brewco in the closing part of the season.
- The race was only held once, on July 22, 2006, as a standalone event during the summer.
- In 2006, Rogers became the crew chief of the No. 20 Busch Series team for JGR, replacing Cully Barraclough, who moved to Michael Waltrip Racing.
- Grissom ran two races for Robinson on a part-time basis in 2006, and drove the season opening races in 2007 and 2008, for Cicci Racing and MSRP Motorsports respectively.
- Wilson proceeded to lead Harvick to the Busch Series championship in 2006 by a record margin of 824 points.
- He won the 2000 championship by 616 points, a series record which stood until 2006, and finished second in points twice.
- Temperatures had been warmer than the previous day's Busch Series race and this gave the drivers more grip although sliding was observed during both events.
- The 2006 again started strong as Stewart again drove the No. 33 to a win at Daytona with teammate Lamar finishing second in the No. 77, marking the first time that the Linville family had fielded a winner in the series, dating to its inaugural year.
- Wood had one top-five finish in 2006 and moved up one spot in the standings.
- The Goody's 250 was the 21st out of 35 scheduled stock car races of the 2006 NASCAR Busch Series.
- In 2006, the team returned to running Evernham Dodges.
- His Busch Series race seat was taken by David Gilliland to enable full concentrate on the race for Leicht.
- Martinsville in exchange was given an Xfinity Series race for the first time after a hiatus for 24 of the last 25 years (the exception being a single event in 2006), which will be run in the fall on the same weekend as the Cup and Truck Series races there.
- Having run a single Busch Series race for Spraker Racing Enterprises in 2006, Bean rejoined Spraker's team for the 2008 ARCA season, driving the No. 37 Glock Chevrolet.
- After winning the Busch Series championship, Harvick focused on the Nextel Cup championship: "We're excited about it, proud of what we've done this year, and, hopefully, we can do what we need to do on the Cup side in the next five weeks. I have never had a season like this."
- Wood moved to NASCAR's Busch Series full-time in 2005, driving for ST Motorsports (which later merged with the Wood Brothers to form Wood Brothers/JTG in 2006.) Wood had two top-fives and finished fifteenth in points, finishing fourth in the Rookie of the Year standings.
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