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- On the fourth attempt, David Starr came out on top in a race with a record for most green-white-checkered laps and most attempts.
- Lap 90, Busch pits and took fuel only; David Starr took fuel only in his pitstop, also, moved up in positions as a result.
- In 2014, David Starr ran the car competitively at Daytona season opener in February.
- Yeley replaced David Starr in the No.
- On January 7, 2011, Bob Leavine and Lance Fenton announced the formation of Leavine Fenton Racing, and that David Starr drove for the team.
- David Starr signed a three-year contract with TriStar and longtime sponsor Zachry Group to run the No.
- Joe Buford took over the next two races, before David Starr took over at Texas.
- David Starr and his Red Horse Racing team had dominated the day, leading 170 laps in total.
- 06 – David Starr
- 06 – David Starr, No.
- 99 for David Starr which he used his Chevrolet.
- Bubba Wallace spun and collided with David Starr.
- Ron Hornaday won the race and there was a large post race scuffle after the race between the crews of Todd Bodine and David Starr.
- 83), David Starr (No.
- Founded as Leavine Fenton Racing by Bob Leavine and Lance Fenton in early 2011, the team planned to compete on a limited basis in the Sprint Cup Series and Camping World Truck Series, with David Starr competing in the former for six events and Fenton driving in the latter for three.
- The driver was David Starr for the full season.
- David Starr won the pole.
- In 2018, the team signed David Starr, as Gase joined Go Green Racing.
- 52 Chevrolet Camaro full-time for David Starr.
- The truck was later taken over at the EnjoyIllinois.com 225 by David Starr who had left Randy Moss Motorsports the week prior due to lack of performance and the decision to have the No.
- Failed to qualify: Lance Norick (#90), Curtis Markham, David Starr (#9), Dennis Setzer, Freddie Query, Ken Bouchard, Andy Michner, Rick McCray, Billy Bigley, Kirk Shelmerdine, Joe Bush, Dave Goulet, Dave Stacy, Jimmy David, Rick Johnson, Randy Nelson, Kelly Denton, Monty Klein, Rob Morgan (#46), Billy Pauch, Michael Dokken, Jay Stewart, Danny Bagwell
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