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  • In 1994, Stricklin was replaced in the car by Jimmy Spencer, who would go on to win twice that season.McDonald's-Wikipedia
  • Jimmy Spencer would take over the car in 2003 for the once again independent Ultra Motorsports Dodge.Richard Petty Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • During his early career, Busch was notable for having been a rival to Jimmy Spencer.Kurt Busch-Wikipedia
  • At Darlington, Stewart was involved in a multi-car wreck in which Jimmy Spencer's car t-boned Stewart's car.Tony Stewart-Wikipedia
  • He won his first victory in the Food City 500 at Bristol, after battling hard with rival Jimmy Spencer on worn tires.Kurt Busch-Wikipedia
  • After four races, he was replaced by Jimmy Spencer who drove in eighteen races for Phoenix, winning three races.Phoenix Racing (NASCAR team)-Wikipedia

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