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- After the race, Logano had confronted fellow Ford teammate Michael McDowell for not giving Logano the push he needed for the win.
- Michael McDowell would replace Busch that weekend, finishing a dismal 33rd.
- Michael McDowell ran at both Iowa races with Pizza Ranch.
- Kahne announced he would drive the 95 Leavine Family Racing Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 in 2018, replacing Michael McDowell.
- Denny Hamlin replaced Busch in the Nationwide Series event, while Michael McDowell drove Busch's No.
- In the season's third race, the Sam's Town 300 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, she finished 36th after colliding with Michael McDowell on the 82nd lap.
- On December 14, 2017, it was announced that Ragan would return to the team in 2018, with new teammate Michael McDowell who previously was also a teammate in Watkins Glen 2013 when he drove the No.
- Michael McDowell was later announced as Cassill's replacement for 2018.
- In the latter part of 2007, MWR also fielded a second car with Michael McDowell to prepare him for a possible Sprint Cup career.
- However, he failed to secure the seat for 2014, with Leavine instead picking Michael McDowell to drive the car.
- 44, while Michael McDowell took over Reutimann's No.
- It was the first Xfinity Series win for Dillon since the August Bristol race in 2016, and the first for RCR's Xfinity team since 2016 at Road America with Michael McDowell.
- Michael McDowell stepped into the car at Watkins Glen International with sponsor Dockside Logistics.
- Wilson returned to MSR with Curb/Agajanian for the 2011 24 Hours of Daytona, partnering Allmendinger and Michael McDowell.
- 34 Ford Mustang full-time for Michael McDowell, the No.
- Michael McDowell would take over for the remainder of the season.
- In October 2013, Leavine Family Racing announced that Michael McDowell would drive the team's No.
- Michael McDowell would attempt the race in a second entry, the No.
- In 2009, Michael McDowell started the season with sponsorship from Tom's Snacks where he had three top-ten finishes, but left the team midway through the season after Tom's Snacks left the team.
- 44 UPS Toyota and Michael McDowell took over the No.
- 00 car over to rookie Michael McDowell.
- Following the Hurricane Relief 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, where Hunter-Reay started 16th and finished 10th, Hunter-Reay was replaced by Michael McDowell for the final two races of the season.
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