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Sentences forMorgan Shepherd
- At Dover on May 6, 2019, he tied the record of consecutive top ten finishes to start a season by tying Morgan Shepherd with 11.
- At Loudon, Logano was running second to Keselowski when he was involved in an accident with the lap-down car of Morgan Shepherd.
- Davey Allison edged Morgan Shepherd, who misread the flags and thought the final lap was two to go.
- His ninth-place points finish was also the highest for a driver for the Wood Brothers since Morgan Shepherd finished sixth in the final Cup standings in 1994.
- At Homestead, he drove the No. 89 car fielded by Morgan Shepherd's Shepherd Racing Ventures team.
- The car was driven by Morgan Shepherd for the 2014 Daytona 500 in collaboration with Pat MacDonald, with sponsorship from the Support Military Foundation.
- The No. 87, with Nemechek driving, failed to qualify for the Daytona 500 and the Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas, while Morgan Shepherd finished 43rd at Phoenix.
- Morgan Shepherd would go on to win the race with a four-second margin over Sterling Marlin, the only two competitors in the event to finish on the lead lap.
- Did not qualify: No. 0-Eric McClure, No. 89-Morgan Shepherd
- Did not qualify: No. 44-Jennifer Jo Cobb, No. 89-Morgan Shepherd
- Did not qualify: Daryl Harr (#31), Morgan Shepherd (#89).
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