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Sentences forJohnny Sauter
- In 2011, Dillon drove the No. 3 truck to two wins at Nashville and Chicago, winning the championship over Johnny Sauter.
- The 2009 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Rookie of the Year was Johnny Sauter, who was a veteran of both the Nationwide and Cup Series.
- Jeff Green and Johnny Sauter originally drove as well, before leaving to concentrate on their Cup rides.
- In the Busch Series, Harvick was teamed with Johnny Sauter, driving the No. 21 Hershey's-sponsored PayDay car.
- Despite Trickle having come the closest previously, two NASCAR Busch Series races have been won by Wisconsin natives (Johnny Sauter/Necedah in 2005 and Paul Menard/Eau Claire in 2006).
- Johnny Sauter drove at Texas and Talladega.
- Johnny Sauter would join the team for the last
- Johnny Sauter failed to make each of the three races he attempted with the team, and Mike Bliss drove the car at Texas and Homestead.
- Johnny Sauter was named the permanent driver of the No. 1 in 2005, winning at Milwaukee and finishing twelfth in points after Boris Said took his place at the Mexico race.
- NOTE: The #08 car, which was to have been driven by Johnny Sauter, was withdrawn earlier in the week.
- Failed to qualify: Johnny Sauter (#08).
- Failed to make race as qualifying was cancelled due to rain: Johnny Sauter (#08) and Tony Raines (#34).
- Failed to qualify: Johnny Sauter (#70), Jeff Green (#34)
- Failed to qualify: Michael McDowell (#00), Johnny Sauter (#08).
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