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Sentences forMichael McDowell (racing driver)
- On the final lap, while receiving drafting help from eventual winner Michael McDowell, Keselowski tried to pass Logano in turn three but Logano's block and McDowell's push turned him into Logano.
- On the final lap of the 2021 Daytona 500, Logano led teammate Keselowski before he attempted to pass Logano with momentum from Michael McDowell, resulting in a fiery crash.
- With four laps to go, a four-car crash in Turn 3 on lap 157 that eliminated potential darkhorse Michael McDowell from contention set up an overtime situation.
- After the race, Logano had confronted fellow Ford teammate Michael McDowell for not giving Logano the push he needed for the win.
- 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.
- 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 is the defending winner of the Daytona 500, having won it in 2021.
- Michael McDowell would replace Busch that weekend, finishing a dismal 33rd.
- Denny Hamlin replaced Busch in the Nationwide Series event, while Michael McDowell drove Busch's No. 18 in the AAA Texas 500.
- Kahne announced he would drive the 95 Leavine Family Racing Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 in 2018, replacing Michael McDowell.
- 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. 34 and McDowell drove the No. 35 car.
- Michael McDowell stepped into the car at Watkins Glen International with sponsor Dockside Logistics.
- In 2016, Dillon joined Circle Sport – Leavine Family Racing, splitting the No. 95 with Michael McDowell with sponsorships from Cheerios and Nexteer among others.
- The next year, in the newly renamed Sargento 200, Brazilian Nelson Piquet, Jr. won his first career race ahead of Michael McDowell and Ron Fellows.
- Michael McDowell had the race in the bag until he ran out of gas on the first GWC-finish attempt, handing the lead to Justin Allgaier.
- However, he failed to secure the seat for 2014, with Leavine instead picking Michael McDowell to drive the car.
- In 2016, road ringer Alex Tagliani won the pole while Michael McDowell led the final 24 laps en route to his first NASCAR win.
- 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.
- Michael McDowell would attempt the race in a second entry, the No. 59 Thrivent Financial / K-Love Chevy.
- Wilson returned to MSR with Curb/Agajanian for the 2011 24 Hours of Daytona, partnering Allmendinger and Michael McDowell, starting eighth and finishing seventh in the No. 6 Dallara DP01-Ford car.
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