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  • 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.David Ragan-Wikipedia
  • 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.Danica Patrick-Wikipedia
  • It was announced on December 16, 2016 that Landon Cassill would shift over from the #38 car to replace Buescher.Front Row Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • On January 20, 2016 it was announced that FRM signed Landon Cassill full-time driving the No.Front Row Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • Landon Cassill would take over the car for the fifth race of the season, which was eventually renumbered to No.Bill Elliott-Wikipedia
  • 87 for development driver Landon Cassill, with sponsorship from Stanley Tools.Hendrick Motorsports-Wikipedia

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