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Sentences forJTG Daugherty Racing
- By 2006, most Ford teams were using the Roush-Yates engines, including long-time Ford team and Roush affiliate Wood Brothers Racing (then Wood Brothers/JTG Racing).
- Afterwards, Allmendinger moved to the No. 47 Toyota at JTG Daugherty Racing in place of Bobby Labonte for two races, with a 19th-place finish at Michigan and 22nd-place finish at Kentucky.
- The team had entered into a partnership agreement with JTG Racing based in NC to begin with the 2006 season.
- On November 29, 2016, Roush Fenway announced the sale of their charter for the No. 16 car to JTG Daugherty Racing, with Buescher taking over the new ride.
- In October 2008, MWR transferred its third team to the No. 47 Toyota of JTG Daugherty Racing, driven by Marcos Ambrose, and discontinued the No. 00 team for the balance of the season.
- From 2006 to 2008, the team was merged with Tad and Jodi Geschickter's JTG Racing.
- In 2009, MWR was forced to form a technical alliance with JTG Daugherty Racing to have sponsorship for its third car.
- Allmendinger commented that his JTG Daugherty Racing team "saw something they didn't like" and that they "have just got to make the Kingsford Chevy better".
- On December 2, 2019, JTG Daugherty Racing announced that Stenhouse would be driving the 47 car, moving Ryan Preece to the 37.
- JTG Daugherty Racing and Michael Waltrip Racing received a penalty for violating section 12-1, 12-4-J, and 20-3.2.1A.
- For this race, Ambrose was sponsored by a mixture of RGM sponsors such as Jim Beam and Camping World, plus the sponsors of his Busch team JTG Daugherty Racing such as Kingsford and Clorox.
- On October 16, 2019, JTG Daugherty Racing announced Stenhouse would drive for them in 2020.
- In 2009, McDowell drove a part-time schedule for JTG Daugherty Racing in the NASCAR Nationwide Series.
- In 2001 at the GNC Live Well 300, Compton made his Busch Series debut with JTG Daugherty Racing, then known as ST Motorsports.
- Following Jones' announced departure, Furniture Row Racing sold their No. 77 charter to JTG Daugherty Racing for the No. 37 team and announced that they would indefinitely close the No. 77 team at the end of the season, while also saying that the 77 was not just a one-year thing.
- 2x, grandfather of current JTG Daugherty Racing driver Ryan Preece) and also Len Boehler (No.
- Allmendinger apologised for the contact with Sauter, while stating that his JTG Daugherty Racing car was fast, while also criticizing the racing that was occurring, stating that he "was trying to stay out of trouble and got put in the middle and I was trying to bail out of the middle".
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