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Sentences forGinn Racing
- Nadeau had most recently been driving for MB2 Motorsports as a replacement for a retired Ernie Irvan, who - due to injuries - was pulled out of NASCAR midway through 1999.
- On January 4, 2006, Elliott announced that he would pilot the No. 36 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS for Ginn Racing in the 2006 Daytona Speedweeks events.
- He failed to qualify for six races that season, but after DEI's merger with Ginn Racing, the owner's points were transferred from Sterling Marlin's No. 14 car to Menard, who was then locked into the rest of the races.
- Smith attempted his first career Cup race at the 2007 Daytona 500, in a fourth car, numbered 39, for Ginn Racing.
- MB2 was rebranded as Ginn Racing following Bobby Ginn's purchase of the team in 2006.
- Its assets and owners points were acquired by Braun Racing, and the team's number, 4, assigned to Ginn Racing.
- In June 2005, Childers was named Scott Riggs' crew chief at MB2/MBV Motorsports for the rest of the season, where Riggs scored two top-fives and four top-10 finishes.
- On July 25, 2007, DEI merged with Ginn Racing.
- Two weeks after securing fifth at Watkins Glen, he substituted for the injured Ernie Irvan to drive the No. 36 Pontiac at MB2 Motorsports for the remainder of the season.
- He soon joined Dale Earnhardt, Inc. following the sale of Ginn Racing.
- In 2005, he joined MB/Sutton Motorsports as the crew chief for a lifelong friend Boris Said in the No. 36 Chevrolet, making nine starts with one top-five finish.
- Because he had planned a part-time schedule in the No. 01 Ginn Racing U.S. Army ride, Martin reiterated that he would not run in all 36 races on the circuit despite finishing second in the Daytona 500.
- He reunited with Nemechek at Ginn Racing in 2007, but was released when the team merged with Dale Earnhardt, Inc. in July.
- On July 25, 2007, DEI purchased Ginn Racing.
- Also during that year, MB2 became Ginn Racing after a change in ownership.
- In 2004, Riggs signed to drive the No. 10 Chevrolet Monte Carlo for MB2 Motorsports.
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