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Sentences forMarcos Ambrose
- Since Waltrip had not hosted in Australia before, he counted on Australian NASCAR driver Marcos Ambrose to help him learn about the country.
- In 2014, the first wildcard entry for a sprint race was issued when Dick Johnson Racing entered a third car for Marcos Ambrose at the Sydney 500.
- Edwards passed Andrew Ranger for second and recovered from spinning his tires on the restart to catch up with dominant leader Marcos Ambrose.
- At Martinsville, he led 79 laps and was leading with ten laps to go when a caution came out for a wreck between Kyle Larson and Marcos Ambrose.
- Longtime teammate Marcos Ambrose left the team in 2015, and he was replaced by Sam Hornish Jr. as the driver of Petty's other entry.
- Marcos Ambrose took over driving duties at the beginning of the 2011 season with Stanley Black & Decker moving over from the 19 team.
- He got pushed up the track by Marcos Ambrose and created a mini-pileup, putting Edwards at the end of the lead lap.
- Busch ran over it, as did Mark Martin, Marcos Ambrose and several others, suffering damage to the underside of his car.
- He took the lead on a restart two laps to go but was passed by Marcos Ambrose in turn five of the same lap.
- In the Sprint Unlimited, Earnhardt led for 7 laps, but in the last segment, contact with Marcos Ambrose caused him to hit the wall in turn 1, finishing 9th.
- However, he got redemption at Watkins Glen by winning the race, beating fellow road course ace Marcos Ambrose for the team's first Sprint Cup win.
- The following week at Sonoma, McMurray narrowly beat Marcos Ambrose to win his first pole of the season.
- With two laps to go, he was second behind Kyle Busch, and had Marcos Ambrose behind him.
- In 2008, Elliott, Marcos Ambrose, and Jon shared driving responsibilities of the No. 21.
- At Daytona, Kahne was running behind Jimmie Johnson for most of the race until he got tagged by Marcos Ambrose on a late restart, sending him into the inside wall on the back straightaway and relegating him to a 32nd-place finish.
- JTG Racing's development driver Marcos Ambrose drove for the remainder of the season.
- Jon Wood drove the truck for two races, due to Marcos Ambrose not being cleared to run the first two races due to limited experience.
- At Watkins Glen, Allmendinger took the lead with less than 30 laps to go after a side-by-side battle with former teammate Marcos Ambrose and kept the lead until the checkered flag, earning his first Sprint Cup Series win after 213 Sprint Cup starts, leading 30 laps in the process.
- This corner was the location of the infamous 'race rage' incident between Marcos Ambrose and Greg Murphy.
- The event was won by Todd Kelly in 2001 and by Marcos Ambrose in 2002.
- In October 2008, MWR transferred its third team to the No. 47 Toyota of JTG Daugherty Racing, driven by Marcos Ambrose, and discontinued the No. 00 team for the balance of the season.
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