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  • Todd Bodine

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  • Richard Petty Motorsports

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Sentences

Sentences forDavid Ragan

  • After climbing out of his car, Keselowski gave a rant on Twitter accusing David Ragan of lining up improperly and NASCAR allowing a rule violation.Brad Keselowski-Wikipedia
  • McMurray, who was originally slated to join Roush in 2007 to drive the No. 6 (which ultimately went to David Ragan), instead replaced Busch in the No. 97, which was then renumbered to No. 26.Kurt Busch-Wikipedia
  • Because of a misunderstanding, Keselowski was not happy with the race winner David Ragan after he ended up in 15th spot due to him being told to restart on the not preferred low line.Brad Keselowski-Wikipedia
  • The next week, David Ragan was announced as interim driver, moving from his full-time ride at Front Row Motorsports.Joe Gibbs Racing-Wikipedia
  • At Sonoma, Truex was running in the top 20 until shortly after the first restart, when David Ragan turned him in the esses, which saw Truex crash into a jersey barrier, resulting in a 42nd-place finish.Martin Truex Jr.-Wikipedia
  • Instead, the truck switched to No. 6, and was shared by Nextel Cup veteran Mark Martin and rookie David Ragan.Roush Fenway Racing-Wikipedia

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