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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.TriStar Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • 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.David Ragan-Wikipedia
  • 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.Premium Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • Allgaier's contact caused Busch to come back onto the apron and be t-boned by Cole Whitt.Justin Allgaier-Wikipedia
  • 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.2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series-Wikipedia
  • He then got crushed and t-boned by Cole Whitt causing him to flip over onto his roof.Kyle Busch-Wikipedia

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