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Sentences forKevin Lepage
- Kevin Lepage then drove two races near the end of the season, before Purvis returned to drive the last race of the year.
- The team also attempted to buy out the fledgling Specialty Racing team, for a time fielding the No. 61 Cone Solvents Chevrolet with driver Kevin Lepage.
- For the Busch Series, Pruett drove one single race in place of Kevin Lepage at Watkins Glen in what Pruett felt was "likely his best chance to win, perhaps in his career."
- Gordon started the 2001 season driving for Morgan-McClure Motorsports in the No. 4 Kodak-sponsored Chevrolet, but was replaced by Kevin Lepage after only five races.
- Reutimann edged Kevin Lepage for a transfer spot during the Gatorade Duels into the Daytona 500.
- Kevin Lepage from Shelburne, Vermont is one of a few professional drivers from Vermont.
- Kevin Lepage took over the No. 28 car with manufacturer support from Chevrolet.
- Note: No. 52-Kevin Lepage withdrew from the race prior to qualifying.
- In the truck series he fielded the No. 73 and No. 74 trucks with Nick Tucker and Jennifer Jo Cobb being the primary drivers, while in the Nationwide Series he fielded the No. 73 and No. 78 cars with Kevin Lepage driving the No. 73 and others racing the No. 78.
- The big wreck (often dubbed "The Big One") occurred on lap 71 when Kevin Lepage was coming off pit road and merged immediately in front of the lead pack traffic.
- Did not qualify: No. 52-Kevin Lepage
- Did not qualify: Kevin Lepage (#56), Ricky Stenhouse Jr. (#6).
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