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American professional stock car racing driver, currently competing full-time in the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series, driving the No. Wikipedia
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- In 2002, rookie driver Johnny Sauter won at Chicagoland and finished 14th in points.
- 3 truck to two wins at Nashville and Chicago, winning the championship over Johnny Sauter.
- Cup Series driver Kevin Harvick was tabbed to drive 15 of the 34 races, with development driver Johnny Sauter filling out the rest of the schedule.
- In 2004, Childress promoted 25-year-old Busch Series driver Johnny Sauter to the ride, hoping he would rise to the occasion like Harvick had in 2001.
- In the Busch Series, Harvick was teamed with Johnny Sauter, driving the No.
- Johnny Sauter attempted three races with the car; it did not qualify at California and at Martinsville but did make the field at Phoenix.
- 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.
- In 2006, Johnny Sauter was hired to drive the No.
- 70 with Johnny Sauter driving.
- Despite Trickle having come the closest previously, there were two NASCAR Xfinity Series races have been won by Wisconsin natives (Johnny Sauter/Necedah-2005 and Paul Menard/Eau Claire-2006).
- Jeff Green and Johnny Sauter originally drove as well, before leaving to concentrate on their Cup rides.
- Bobby Hamilton, Jr. then drove for six races during the middle of the season, before Wallace and Johnny Sauter returned to run the tail part of the season.
- Johnny Sauter drove at Texas and Talladega.
- He was the third driver to pilot the car that season; Johnny Sauter was promoted from RCR's Busch Series program to take over the car but was released after 13 races and was replaced by Dave Blaney, who was released when Burton became available.
- In February 2015, the team announced that Camping World Truck Series driver Johnny Sauter would attempt the Daytona 500 in the car, with Doug Richert as crew chief.
- Johnny Sauter was named the permanent driver of the No.
- In the inaugural UNOH 225, which was held on July 7, 2011, Johnny Sauter won the pole position, but Kyle Busch won the race during a green-white-checkered finish.
- For 2015, it was planned that Sprint Cup Series rookie Matt DiBenedetto would race the 93 car part-time, driving the 93 in races that Camping World Truck Series driver Johnny Sauter drove in the 83.
- In July 2013 Busch won the second running of the Howie Lettow Memorial 150 at the Milwaukee Mile, beating defending race winner Travis Sauter and NASCAR Truck Series regular Johnny Sauter to win the darkness-shortened 43-car event, having led every practice session and setting fast time in qualifying.
- 83 during the year with Camping World Truck Series driver Johnny Sauter.
- Failed to qualify: Johnny Sauter (#08).
- Failed to qualify: Johnny Sauter (#70), Jeff Green (#34)
- Failed to qualify: Michael McDowell (#00), Johnny Sauter (#08).
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