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Sentences forDavid Reutimann
- The finish involved a controversial caution with 3 laps to go involving the No. 10 of David Reutimann which set up a green-white-checkered finish.
- While Kurt managed to charge through the field to finish second, Kyle spun out on the first lap trying to avoid a wrecking Danica Patrick and David Reutimann in turn 1.
- On November 4, 2011, Michael Waltrip Racing announced that Martin would replace David Reutimann in 2012, signing him to a two-year deal to drive the No. 55.
- For this race, Busch's car was driven by David Reutimann, who finished in 21st place on the lead lap.
- David Reutimann drove the truck for the team and earned Rookie of the Year honors that year.
- David Reutimann was the primary driver for Baldwin, which utilized ECR Engines and Pro Motor Engines in their starts.
- Busch also exchanged words with David Reutimann after the Cup race.
- Waltrip retained his drivers for 2011 No. 00 David Reutimann in the No. 00 and No. 56 Martin Truex, Jr. in the No. 56, both of whom would run the full schedule.
- In early 2009, Waltrip announced that he would be sharing the No. 99 NNS Aaron's dream machine with David Reutimann and Scott Speed during the season.
- Jarrett retired from points racing after the 2008 Food City 500, turning the No. 44 Toyota ride to David Reutimann.
- On May 25, 2009 Waltrip scored his first win as an owner in Sprint Cup Series competition in the Coca-Cola 600, with David Reutimann winning the event.
- At the end of 2008 MWR sold the No. 44 to Richard Petty Motorsports and contracted to two cars with David Reutimann moving back to the No. 00, Waltrip in the No. 55.
- Before the season Stewart welcomed new drivers retired Indycar driver Danica Patrick and driver David Reutimann to drive partly for Stewart-Haas Racing as part of a partnership with Tommy Baldwin Racing who provided parts of the cars.
- Waltrip entered two full-time cars for 2009 David Reutimann No. 00, Waltrip No. 55.
- He hired Dale Jarrett and David Reutimann to race in the three car operation.
- McDowell was chosen to drive the No. 00 Cup Series car in 2008 after Dale Jarrett's retirement; David Reutimann replaced Jarrett in the No. 44 UPS-sponsored car.
- The partnership was limited to the No. 00 car, driven by David Reutimann.
- He drove a majority of the races in 2006, with his brother Darrell and David Reutimann driving additional races using Evernham engines.
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