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  • In 2000, he looked like he was finally regaining his old form, winning twice and finishing runner-up to Bobby Labonte in points, and his many fans hoped he was gearing up for his record-breaking 8th championship.Richard Childress Racing-Wikipedia
  • 2000 Cup Champion Bobby Labonte, who was doing test driving for RCR, drove the same car at the summer Daytona race, under the Circle Sport banner.Richard Childress Racing-Wikipedia
  • 19 team was to make its debut at the 2004 Michigan race driven by Bobby Labonte and sponsored by Banquet Foods, however qualifying was rained out and the team with no owners points missed the race.Joe Gibbs Racing-Wikipedia
  • Beginning in 2008, Bobby Labonte was tapped to drive the 21 car for 15 races of the season.Richard Childress Racing-Wikipedia
  • 54's points and equipment in 2016, fielding multiple drivers, starting with former JGR driver Bobby Labonte at Daytona.Joe Gibbs Racing-Wikipedia
  • That weekend, Earnhardt finished 20th at Talladega when he took a hard lick in a crash after making contact with Bobby Labonte.Dale Earnhardt Jr.-Wikipedia

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