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    Stock car racing series organized by NASCAR. Promoted as NASCAR's "minor league" circuit, and is considered a proving ground for drivers who wish to step up to the organization's top level circuit, the NASCAR Cup Series. Wikipedia

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  • Todd Parrott

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  • 2019 Federated Auto Parts 400

    Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race that was held on September 21, 2019, at Richmond Raceway in Richmond, Virginia. The 28th race of the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season, second race of the Playoffs and second race of the Round of 16. Wikipedia

  • 2015 Toyota/Save Mart 350

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Sentences

Sentences forDave Rogers (NASCAR)

  • 19 starting in the 2019 season, replacing Daniel Suárez and crew chief Dave Rogers.Martin Truex Jr.-Wikipedia
  • He was paired up with Dave Rogers.Daniel Suárez-Wikipedia
  • In the subsequent press conference, Kyle Busch said, "I can’t thank Dave enough, it’s unbelievable to be back in victory lane. A lot of people doubted what we were doing, but I never did."2010 Crown Royal Presents the Heath Calhoun 400-Wikipedia
  • With no cautions, Kyle Busch took the lead after crew chief Dave Rogers made the call to take only fuel.2013 Budweiser Duels-Wikipedia
  • Kyle Busch's crew chief Dave Rogers said of his drivers' performance, "I think he handled it well -- it's tough. You lead all these laps and he could have gone for the clean sweep this weekend -- win all three in a row. He deserved to win all three in a row and to get beat -- it's tough.", he continued, "We're disappointed -- this Toyota deserved to be in Victory Lane. I thought we had one of the best cars throughout the entire race, but it just didn't work out that way. We were a little short on fuel."2009 Dickies 500-Wikipedia
  • Kyle Busch often uses a developmental crew chief in most of his wins; Dave Rogers and Adam Stevens, two of the current Joe Gibbs Racing crew chiefs at the Sprint Cup level, both used the Xfinity level to move up.Buschwhacker-Wikipedia

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