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Sentences forBill Elliott Racing
- The following season McDonald's would move over to the No. 94 Bill Elliott Racing Ford, driven by team-owner Bill Elliott.
- Kenseth's next attempt was at Dover in 1998, when he filled in for Bill Elliott in his No. 94 Ford for Elliott-Marino Racing.
- The team originally operated out of the former facility of Bill Elliott Racing.
- Elliott would return to victory lane that year at Darlington, but left Johnson at season's end to form his own team.
- After leaving Johnson's team, Elliott fielded his own Winston Cup race team from 1995 to 2000.
- Purvis was able to make four races in the No. 51 owned by Finch, who bought Fords from Bill Elliott Racing.
- Nadeau started his rookie season in 1998 with Elliott-Marino Racing driving the No. 13 Ford car, owned by Marino.
- After that, he signed with Bill Elliott Racing, replacing Jerry Nadeau for eight races.
- After staying out of Cup for several years, Finch purchased a number of Ford Tauruses from Bill Elliott Racing, and ran all of the 2001 schedule's restrictor plate races with Purvis driving the No. 51, only finishing one race.
- Bill Elliott Racing - team later formed by Bill Elliott
- The #94 of Bill Elliott won the pole.
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