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Sentences forBrett Moffitt
- After starting 14th, his momentum was hindered at the start of the final stage when he stopped to avoid a spinning Brett Moffitt; Wallace finished 24th.
- During the race, contact with Brett Moffitt on lap 75 forced his car to drop debris onto the track and damage to hang from its rear, while his power steering was damaged.
- Prior to Burton's scheduled start at Michigan, it was announced he would be replaced as R&D driver by Brett Moffitt, though he would be given one more start at Loudon, which was expected to be his final career race.
- On a late restart, he and Brad Keselowski cut their tires from incidental contact and a caution flew seconds later when Keselowski hit the wall after making contact with Brett Moffitt.
- Development driver Brett Moffitt and team owner Waltrip also competed in the car.
- He almost did not make it into the next round, with his chances being saved thanks to a caution for Brett Moffitt's crash on lap 357 keeping him from having to make a green flag pit stop to replace a loose wheel.
- Vickers' replacements in the 55 were team boss Michael Waltrip and MWR test driver Brett Moffitt.
- Brett Moffitt was the fastest in the final practice session with a time of 79.540 seconds and a speed of 111.295 mph.
- Brett Moffitt scored the pole for the race with a time of 79.482 seconds and a speed of 111.376 mph.
- Brett Moffitt was the fastest in the final practice session with a time of 29.693 seconds and a speed of 180.481 mph.
- HRE's first win came at Atlanta Motor Speedway with Brett Moffitt, whose truck had Aisin sponsorship, in 2018.
- Hattori made his major-series NASCAR debut at Michigan in 2013 with Brett Moffitt.
- Brett Moffitt scored the pole for the race with a time of 15.027 seconds and a speed of 127.690 mph.
- The team would return full-time in 2018, with Brett Moffitt.
- On July 11, 2019, Ankrum scored his first Truck Series win at Kentucky after Brett Moffitt ran out of fuel towards the final lap.
- Despite not running the full season, Brett Moffitt was named Rookie of the Year.
- In June's M&M's 200 at Iowa, Chastain led 141 of 200 laps and swept the stages to score the win, but his truck failed post-race inspection and his victory was forfeited to Brett Moffitt under NASCAR's newly-introduced disqualification policy.
- The second caution of the race flew on lap 58 after Brett Moffitt had smoke billowing from his car.
- In 2018, HRE fielded the No. 1 for Brett Moffitt at Watkins Glen International, where they won.
- After qualifying for the Championship 4 round in 2017 and 2018, but losing to Christopher Bell and Brett Moffitt in each year respectively, Sauter was released from the team due to lack of sponsorship, in order to make room for Brett Moffitt in 2019.
- Two more wins came in August on the Daytona road course, where he held off GMS teammate Brett Moffitt on the final restart with two laps remaining, and at Gateway, where he led the final 13 laps after passing fellow GMS driver Sam Mayer on a late restart.
- Brett Moffitt returned to the seat of the No. 34 Front Row Motorsports Ford.
- He suffered heartbreaking losses at Chicago and Bristol, after running out of fuel on the final lap in Chicago, handing the win to Brett Moffitt, and suffered fuel pickup issues with 5 laps remaining and a 2-second lead in Bristol, allowing Johnny Sauter to take the lead and eventual win.
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