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- On August 11, 2010, Paul Menard was signed to drive a fourth RCR Chevrolet after he decided to leave the struggling Richard Petty Motorsports.
- Kahne would remain as one of four drivers of RPM alongside his current teammates Sadler and Allmendinger, as well as Yates Racing driver Paul Menard.
- At Talladega, Johnson was spun by Paul Menard and got involved in a multi-car accident with 28 laps to go, finishing 22nd.
- Stewart flipped over, hitting the roofs of several other cars, including Kasey Kahne, Paul Menard, and Clint Bowyer, before landing upright.
- Edwards' win however caused controversy as it was discovered that Edwards jumped in front of leader Paul Menard on a restart to take the lead for the final time; an action that NASCAR gave penalties for in the past.
- 2 began fielding variety of drivers driving including Austin Dillon and Paul Menard, with sponsorship from Rheem and Menards.
- Paul Menard, Max Papis, Truck series driver Matt Crafton, and Ryan Gifford all took turns driving the car with MENARDS sponsorship.
- On July 26, 2017, it was announced that in 2018 Blaney would move over to a third Penske car and in exchange, Paul Menard would move from Richard Childress Racing to the No.
- 15 Paul Menard competed in cars with the same type of paint scheme.
- The brawl ended up involving the crew chiefs of both teams as well as other members from Kasey Kahne, Danica Patrick and Paul Menard's teams.
- For 2010, due to the buyout of Yates Racing by RPM, Paul Menard replaced Reed Sorenson (driver of the 43 in 2009) and drove the No.
- Yeley would end up running 17 races, garnering four Top 10 finishes and finishing fourth in Rookie of the Year standings behind future Cup drivers Kyle Busch, Clint Bowyer, and Paul Menard.
- Crew chief Larry Carter moved to Yates Racing to be crew chief for Paul Menard.
- Despite Trickle having come the closest previously, there were two NASCAR Xfinity Series races have been won by Wisconsin natives (Johnny Sauter/Necedah-2005 and Paul Menard/Eau Claire-2006).
- Newman pitted, and ended up falling behind Carl Edwards, Kurt Busch and Paul Menard on the restart.
- Paul Menard, DEI's Busch Series driver drove and sponsorship was provided by Menards Home Improvement stores.
- At Talladega, Stewart struggled to lead a lap, and eventually did so; with assistance from Ryan Newman, Paul Menard, and Joey Logano, he led an additional 29 laps and captured the two-point bonus for leading the most laps.
- His former teammate Paul Menard ended up winning the race.
- 21 Ford full-time for the 2020 season, following Paul Menard's announcement that he will retire from full-time racing after the 2019 season.
- 98, given that Paul Menard had signed the team, therefore bringing with him a full-time Menard's sponsorship.
- In July, McMurray came close to winning the Brickyard 400 by passing Paul Menard with nine laps left but with four laps remaining, Menard took back the lead and while Menard charged to his first Cup victory, McMurray ended up 4th as a good record of July.
- 12 car for the 2018 season; Paul Menard was signed to take over the No.
- Paul Menard took advantage of Blake Koch's ignition troubles to hold off Ryan Blaney for an emotional victory near his hometown in Wisconsin.
- In 2009, Paul Menard would drive with sponsorship from his father's company Menards.
- Among the drivers who pitted on lap 123 was Paul Menard.
- On July 25, 2007, Dale Earnhardt, Inc. announced it had acquired Ginn Racing, and Martin joined Dale Earnhardt, Jr., Martin Truex, Jr., and Paul Menard as a driver for DEI starting at the 2007 Allstate 400 at the Brickyard.
- The scheme remained for the remainder of 2011 and into 2012, a slight alteration remained in 2013 and 2014 and remained the same after a driver change from Bayne to Ryan Blaney, as of 2018 the scheme remained with Motorcraft and it is driven by Paul Menard.
- The 2019 season started on a positive note for Johnson, as he won the 2019 Advance Auto Parts Clash after contact between him and Paul Menard sent Menard spinning while battling for the lead and triggering "The Big One" on lap 55 right before the rain arrived.
- At the 2019 Daytona 500, DiBenedetto led an impressive 49 laps before Paul Menard spun him from behind, triggering "The Big One" that claimed 21 cars and resulting in DiBenedetto finishing 28th.
- Its engines have won in the 2010 Daytona 500 and Brickyard 400 with Jamie McMurray, the 2011 Southern 500 with Regan Smith, Coca-Cola 600 with Kevin Harvick, and Brickyard 400 with Paul Menard.
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