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- When the green flag waved, Earnhardt was leading Derrike Cope.
- Truex, though clinching the regular season championship, expressed discontent with 1990 Daytona 500 champion, Derrike Cope who caused a caution that changed the outcome of the race, leading up to the wreck.
- After the Daytona 500, Derrike Cope came back to the Cup series to drive the No.
- 49. Derrike Cope first attempted a race with the car at Mexico City, but failed to qualify.
- Wallace left the team for RAB Racing, and Robinson hired Derrike Cope to drive full-time in 2011 with sponsorship from Maxelence.
- Despite being originally paired with old crew chief Dave Fuge, Fuge left the team to form a Nationwide Series team with Derrike Cope.
- Derrike Cope ran three 3 races in the No.
- Derrike Cope was the driver and he finished 27th in the final point standings.
- Derrike Cope drove the No.
- Buford, Troy Cline, and Derrike Cope finished out the year for the team.
- Green substituted a race for Derrike Cope, and later signed a contract to drive the No.
- Failed to make race as qualifying was cancelled due to rain: Sterling Marlin (#09), Derrike Cope (#75).
- The red flag was brought out late for a blown engine by Derrike Cope.
- Fuge now is part owner of Derrike Cope's CFK Motorsports.
- Amber Cope and Angela Cope, the twin daughters of Daytona 500 winner Derrike Cope, made their respective debuts at Martinsville Speedway, as the two became the first twins to compete against each other.
- NASCAR driver Derrike Cope, who won the 1990 Daytona 500 in a surprise victory after Dale Earnhardt blew a tire on the last lap (though he later won a second Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race that season at Dover International Speedway); Buster Douglas, who was the first boxer to ever knock out Mike Tyson and Jimmy Glass, a goalkeeper, who is remembered for scoring a goal in the last seconds of the final day of 1998–99 English Third Division that kept his club in The Football League.
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