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Sentences for2011 NASCAR Nationwide Series
- Patrick remained at JR Motorsports for the 2011 Nationwide Series, and ran a part-time schedule that consisted of twelve races.
- Trevor Bayne, who won the race, did not earn any drivers' points because he chose to run for the Nationwide Series championship.
- Hornish returned part-time to the Xfinity Series (then known as the Nationwide Series) in 2011, winning one race.
- Ultimately, no changes were made until 2011, where NASCAR announced that Cup drivers could only run for points in one series.
- He returned to the team for two more races in 2011 before he was without a ride in any NASCAR series in 2012 and 2013.
- For the 2011 season, Roush moved him to the No. 16 Nationwide Series car.
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