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- Cole Whitt ran the most races for the team, with several strong runs including four top tens and only one finish outside the top twenty.
- Ragan's owner points were given to new teammate Cole Whitt, but Ragan raced his way into the Daytona 500, finishing 17th in the race.
- In 2016, after the merger with the former No. 40 team, Cole Whitt was announced as the new driver of the No. 98, running the full season.
- Allgaier's contact caused Busch to come back onto the apron and be t-boned by Cole Whitt.
- Clint Bowyer then took the lead from Hamlin on lap 351 and led until Cole Whitt spun and hit the wall in turn three on lap 366 to cause to 15th caution.
- He then got crushed and t-boned by Cole Whitt causing him to flip over onto his roof.
- For 2014, Swan Racing announced Kligerman's hiring for the full 2014 season, as part of an expansion to two full-time teams, alongside Cole Whitt.
- The team fielded a third car, numbered 84, in the final two races of the season, with development driver Cole Whitt behind the wheel.
- After only recording four top-20 finishes in the first 26 races in 2013, Stremme was released by Swan Racing following the September race at Richmond International Raceway, being replaced by Cole Whitt.
- This gave the lead to Matt Kenseth, who led the race until a caution waved on lap 108 for rain and a spin by Cole Whitt.
- Cole Whitt was forced to restart the race from the rear of the field, as he was serviced by too many members at his pit stop.
- In 2018, LaJoie moved from BK Racing to TriStar Motorsports for a part-time schedule, splitting the No. 72 with Cole Whitt.
- Sorenson drove the next several races before being placed in the No. 98 starting at Pocono, with 98 driver Cole Whitt taking his place at this race and at Michigan, while Cody Ware drove at Sonoma; however, Ware failed to qualify.
- Red Bull development driver Cole Whitt ran at Charlotte in May.
- Later however, he was signed by BK Racing to compete in the Sprint Cup Series to replace Cole Whitt, who had just left the team, in the No. 26 Toyota.
- Cole Whitt, who drove the No. 26 BK Racing Toyota in his 2014 rookie campaign, moved to the No. 35 Front Row Motorsports Ford.
- Cole Whitt and DJ Kennington both spun early.
- Cole Whitt would drive the 27 to a solid 13th-place finish at Talladega.
- Newman's car turned sideways and collected five more cars, including Allgaier, Scott, Kligerman, Terry Labonte, and Cole Whitt, and set up a two lap shootout for the last restart.
- Cole Whitt also ran some races in a start-and-park role.
- Cole Whitt stayed out when the leaders pitted to take the lead.
- Cole Whitt opted not to pit under the caution and assumed the lead.
- Todd Bodine led the first practice session with a top speed of 193.175 mph, while Cole Whitt led the second and final with a speed of 191.026 mph. Qualifying was held on February 17.
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