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  • However a spin at Indy, and Chris Buescher winning at Pocono didn't help, although McMurray still finished in the top 20 for both races.Jamie McMurray-Wikipedia
  • During late summer, Ragan was thrown into the spotlight after Chris Buescher, driving Ragan's old No.David Ragan-Wikipedia
  • DiBenedetto qualified for the race on speed, but crashed with Chris Buescher just before the halfway point of the race, finishing last.BK Racing-Wikipedia
  • 34 at Las Vegas and Phoenix, with Chris Buescher driving the car for the next four races along with Talladega and Reed Sorenson driving at Richmond.Front Row Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • On December 10, 2015, it was announced that reigning Xfinity Series champion Chris Buescher would drive the No.Front Row Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • However, on September 25, Roush Fenway Racing announced that Stenhouse will be replaced by Chris Buescher in 2020, with Roush using an option in their contract with Buescher.Ricky Stenhouse Jr.-Wikipedia

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