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Sentences forLandon Cassill
- In 2007, Hendrick Motorsports resurrected the No. 87 for development driver Landon Cassill, with sponsorship from Stanley Tools.
- He was involved in a single-car spin on the back straightaway on lap 149 after contact with Landon Cassill but was able to recover and finish 12th.
- Landon Cassill would take over the car for the fifth race of the season, which was eventually renumbered to No. 51.
- Robinson ran the No. 4 car on a full-time basis, although Phoenix did field the No. 4 for Landon Cassill at Mexico City.
- During the Hollywood Casino 400 at Kansas Speedway, Patrick spun Landon Cassill in turn one, but ended up wrecking her car on the outside wall.
- At the road course events, Phoenix fielded the No. 4 for Landon Cassill, while Cope drove the 49.
- Buescher passed his teammate Landon Cassill for 29th in the standings at Richmond and locked in his place in the Chase.
- On November 24, 2017, Front Row Motorsports announced that McDowell would drive their No. 34 car full-time in 2018, replacing Landon Cassill.
- On January 18, 2013, BK Racing announced that Reutimann would drive the No. 83 Toyota during the 2013 season, replacing Landon Cassill.
- Gilliland was replaced by Landon Cassill in 2016, but returned to FRM for the Daytona 500 in the No. 35.
- In the 2011 Sprint Showdown, Cope was involved in a crash with Landon Cassill, where he T-boned Cassill's car when he spun out.
- Landon Cassill, Casey Mears, and Fernández also drove select events.
- He currently owns Shepherd Racing Ventures and has Landon Cassill as a full time driver.
- However, Earnhardt and StarCom split, and Landon Cassill was hired.
- He also practiced and qualified Landon Cassill's No. 40 Circle Sport car at Sonoma when Cassill was in Road America for the Nationwide race that day.
- Landon Cassill made the team debut in 2008 driving the No. 88 Chevrolet at Daytona and finished 7th.
- Landon Cassill was spun by Kasey Kahne on lap 309 to bring out the eleventh caution.
- Also, Landon Cassill had a tire go down which brought out the caution.
- In the final stage, Landon Cassill took two tires, but spun on the restart.
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