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Sentences forBrandonbilt Motorsports
- After driving a full-time Xfinity Series schedule in 2019 for 2 teams, Brown drove the No. 68 Chevrolet for Brandonbilt Motorsports the following year.
- In 2017, the team returned full-time again but now only for 21 races with King and the ride was split with Brandonbilt Motorsports that fielded the car in the other 12.
- For 2017, Martins paired up with another family team, Brandonbilt Motorsports, to split the 2017 schedule in the 44 truck.
- Harmon partnered with Brandonbilt Motorsports at Texas (spring) with Viens driving.
- In 2010, Brown began competing in the Whelen All-American Series with family-owned Brandonbilt Motorsports, winning a race and eventually the Virginia Rookie of the Year Award.
- In 2017, Henderson made his Xfinity debut at Watkins Glen, driving the No. 90 car for Brandonbilt Motorsports.
- Diaz made his Xfinity Series debut at Richmond's fall race in 2018, driving for Brandonbilt Motorsports in the No. 90 car, using owner points from DGM Racing.
- On February 13, 2017, Martins Motorsports announced a partnership with another family Truck team, Brandonbilt Motorsports, to put driver Brandon Brown in the 44 truck for "select races".
- Brian Keselowski became the team's crew chief, moving over from the Brandonbilt Motorsports No. 68 car.
- He partnered with Friends of Jaclyn Foundation for two races: Watkins Glen for Brandonbilt Motorsports No. 90 and Road America for Brandonbilt using No. 38 owner points from RSS Racing to make the field.
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