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Sentences forBenny Parsons

  • Ruttman took over another ride with the team, and he was replaced by rookie Greg Biffle, whom Roush hired under the recommendation of Benny Parsons.Roush Fenway Racing-Wikipedia
  • Harvick also tied Benny Parsons for the fewest laps led by a Daytona 500 winner; Parsons won the race in 1975 (Harvick's birth year) after leading just four laps.Kevin Harvick-Wikipedia
  • He later took several races off to work as a color commentator for TNT's Nextel Cup coverage, replacing Benny Parsons after Parsons lost his battle with cancer.Kyle Petty-Wikipedia
  • Benny Parsons drove the first eleven races of the season, with the car renumbered 35; Darrell Waltrip was hired to drive Hendrick's third car at this time.Hendrick Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • For 2007, with the passing of Benny Parsons, Petty would join TNT for six races, dubbed their "Summer Series".Petty Enterprises-Wikipedia
  • Biffle dominated the series championship that winter, leading former ESPN announcer and NASCAR champion, Benny Parsons, to recommend the driver to Jack Roush.Greg Biffle-Wikipedia

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