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    • Earnhardt led for most of the race and looked to have victory in hand, but fatigue took its toll and he ended up sixth behind race winner Geoff Bodine.Dale Earnhardt-Wikipedia
    • Completing just 73.7 percent of the laps and leading only four laps all season led to Martin finishing 14th in the final standings and finishing second to Geoff Bodine for Rookie of the Year.Mark Martin-Wikipedia
    • At Bristol, he was spun out by Geoff Bodine late in the race, but after pitting made his way back and won the race, his first of the year.Bill Elliott-Wikipedia
    • In June, 62-year-old Geoff Bodine was signed to run five races in the No. 35, with sponsorship backing from military health care provider Luke Associates.Tommy Baldwin Racing-Wikipedia
    • Hendrick began competing in the 1984 debut season of the Busch Series, fielding the No. 15 car for 16 races, with Cup Series driver Geoff Bodine running 12 of them.Hendrick Motorsports-Wikipedia
    • Glad had worked on the 1992 Paul Andrews-led Alan Kulwicki team several years earlier, and came to the Woods after leaving Geoff Bodine.Wood Brothers Racing-Wikipedia

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