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Sentences for2006 NASCAR Nextel Cup Series
- Wallace was scheduled to drive the first five races in 2006, with Robertson filling out the rest of the schedule.
- Johnson has the record for most consecutive Championships; he won five Championships from 2006 to 2010.
- Beginning in 2006, Phoenix abbreviated the 09's schedule even further, switching back and forth between Dodge and Ford.
- For the 2006 season, the 2005 owners' points for the No. 91 team went to the new No. 10 Evernham team and driver Scott Riggs and the 91 team was discontinued.
- In 2006, Cope intended to run a full schedule for McGlynn with No. 74 car, but soon cut back to part-time.
- In 2006, the No. 00 ran under two separate entries.
- His new crew chief was Robert "Bootie" Barker, who had been subject to rumors of replacement before the 2006 season.
- Vickers started out the 2006 season with a seventh-place finish in the Daytona 500.
- In the United States, NBC Sports returned to covering NASCAR for the first time since the end of the 2006 season.
- He drove the No. 32 Tide-sponsored Chevrolet for the 2006 season.
- Ganassi announced Stremme would go to the Cup series, driving the No. 40 Coors Light Dodge in 2006.
- During the 2005 season, Ganassi announced Marlin would be replaced by David Stremme for the 2006 season in order to attract the younger male demographic.
- When Georgia Pacific left after 2005, Wells Fargo, Schwan's, and Marathon Oil became the team's new primary sponsors and Petty duplicated his top-ten total in 2006, but fell five spots further in points.
- In 2006, Johnson began the season by winning the Daytona 500.
- Shepherd's struggles continued in 2006.
- Lepage returned to Peak for 2006, but due to a lack of funding, the team was sold to Front Row Motorsports in April.
- Johnson has the record for most consecutive Drivers' Championships, winning five from 2006 to 2010.
- The team attempted a part-time schedule in 2006, but failed to make the field for any race.
- In 2006, the No. 23 ran as a third team for Davis.
- The Daytona 500 was the first of 36 scheduled stock car races of the 2006 NASCAR Nextel Cup Series, and the 48th running of the event.
- The 2006 Daytona 500 was the first stock car race of the 2006 NASCAR Nextel Cup Series.
- He would share the ride in 2006 with Terry Labonte.
- In 2006, Sadler ran seven races for MBA Racing, racing the No. 00 Aaron's Rent-sponsored Ford as a partnership with the Michael Waltrip Racing team.
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