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Sentences forFurniture Row Racing
- On September 24, 2012, it was announced that Busch would drive the No. 78 Chevrolet SS for Furniture Row Racing for the 2013 season, replacing Regan Smith.
- Truex's win also marked the last win for Furniture Row Racing before the team closed shop at the end of 2018 after facing financial and sponsorship related issues.
- 2013 started for Busch the very same way that 2012 had – driving with a new team, in this case, Furniture Row Racing.
- Andretti, the defending championship team, used Chevrolet engines, as Busch's Furniture Row Racing team does in Sprint Cup.
- He spent the rest of the season driving for Furniture Row Racing, and signed a three-year contract with FRR to continue to drive in the No. 78 and help expand the team.
- It was announced on September 24, 2012, that Smith would not be returning to Furniture Row Racing for the 2013 season.
- On January 14, 2009, he signed with Furniture Row Racing to drive the No. 78 for its part-time 2009 slate of races.
- The 01 team disbanded after DEI merged with Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates, and Smith moved on to Furniture Row Racing.
- On December 4, 2018, Spire Sports + Entertainment announced they purchased their charter from the now-defunct Furniture Row Racing.
- NEMCO returned to race full-time in the 2009 season with Joe Nemechek following his departure from Furniture Row Racing.
- Furniture Row Racing's #78 car scored the pole thanks to "Front Row" Joe Nemechek, who edged Tony Stewart on the last run of the day.
- He had run both Cup races at Pocono Raceway for Furniture Row Racing in 2006, finishing 32nd and 36th, respectively.
- Ultimately, the 13 team was shut down after the merger with DEI, and Nemechek would move to Furniture Row Racing for the remainder of the season beginning at Fontana.
- Furniture Row Racing announced it would run full-time with Kenny Wallace driving their No. 78 Chevrolet.
- In October 2013, Busch's No. 78 Furniture Row Racing Chevrolet was sponsored by Wonder Bread for the fall race at Talladega.
- Martin Truex Jr. of Furniture Row Racing won the championship, his first in the series.
- Martin Truex, Jr of Furniture Row Racing, won the race.
- Dillon had tested a car numbered 33 for Furniture Row Racing at Texas in March.
- Later in the year, he returned to the Childress Cup paddock, qualifying the No. 78 Furniture Row Racing Chevy at the Pure Michigan 400 in place of Martin Truex Jr., who was on leave as his girlfriend, Sherry Pollex, underwent cancer treatment.
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