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  • This resulted in an uneventful Dura Lube 300 won by Jeff Burton, which had no lead changes, was the result of the experiment.New Hampshire Motor Speedway-Wikipedia
  • Bowyer qualified 5th for the Daytona 500 and finished 2nd to teammate Jeff Burton in the second Gatorade duel by 0.005 seconds.Clint Bowyer-Wikipedia
  • Hamlin was later able to pass Jeff Burton on the outside and hold off Jimmie Johnson to get his 10th career win and his second win in three races.Denny Hamlin-Wikipedia
  • For the August 17, 2014 race at Michigan and the following one at Bristol, Stewart was replaced by Jeff Burton.Tony Stewart-Wikipedia
  • He repeated his win total in 2004 and moved up to fourth in points, and following Jeff Burton's departure from Roush Racing he began splitting time between the Truck Series and the Nextel Cup Series.Roush Fenway Racing-Wikipedia
  • Jeff Burton (1997) and Dale Earnhardt, Jr (2000) both earned their first Cup win at Texas Motor Speedway.Texas Motor Speedway-Wikipedia

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