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Sentences forGermain Racing
- After 10 races, however, Kvapil was released in favor of defending Truck champion Todd Bodine, whose Germain Racing team partnered with RMM to continue running that driver for 2011.
- Starting in 2009 Lumber Liquidators left the No. 30 truck, while Copart came along to become the sponsor for the season, while still driving for Germain Racing.
- For 2011 he returned to the Camping World Truck Series to drive the No. 62 South Point Toyota for Germain Racing while Michael Annett replaced him at RWR.
- He drove in 3 Sprint Cup races for Germain Racing before moving over to Phoenix Racing.
- In 2008, Wallace, GEICO, and his car number moved from Phoenix Racing to Germain Racing, where he drove a Toyota Camry.
- In 2014, Keselowski changed the number back to 92 and the team switched to Ford, purchasing a car from Germain Racing, who had switched to Chevy.
- When No. 13 became available following Germain Racing's shutdown, MBM renumbered the car again in 2021.
- Germain Racing ran the No. 15 Toyota in Hill's place with Todd Bodine at Daytona before selling the points to RWR.
- In July, Todd Bodine became the driver of the No. 5 truck after a merger with Germain Racing after sponsorship issues plagued both operations.
- Towards the end of 2008, Annett signed with Germain Racing to drive for the team in NASCAR's Nationwide Series.
- The model also got the driver and owner championship with Todd Bodine and Germain Racing.
- Peters had two top-tens, while Hattori struggled and was released from Germain Racing.
- Max Q would go on to end its affiliation with Germain Racing and Toyota following Daytona.
- However, Germain Racing fielded their own No. 60 Toyota for Bodine.
- The team ran in relevance as Germain Racing which fielded the 13 car for Ty Dillon.
- In 2007 he was picked up by Germain Racing of the Craftsman Truck Series to drive their No. 03 truck.
- Todd Bodine of Germain Racing won the drivers' championship.
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