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- Darian Grubb (born October 9, 1975) is a NASCAR mechanic, engineer, and crew chief who is currently employed at Chip Ganassi Racing as the Director of Performance.
- See above for information on the history of the original Team SABCO No. 42
- In 2021, Grubb left Hendrick again and went to Chip Ganassi Racing as their Director of Performance.
- After DEI's merger with Chip Ganassi Racing to become Earnhardt Ganassi Racing, the team closed down their East Series team due to a lack of sponsorship, and Hernandez was released from his full-time ride after the season, but remained a development and test driver for the organization.
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