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Sentences forPetty Enterprises
- However, in 2008, Kyle Petty was released by Petty Enterprises, and due to lack of sponsorship, Petty Enterprises was bought out by Gillett-Evernham Motorsports.
- In the midst of a struggling economy, in January 2009 GEM merged with fellow Dodge team Petty Enterprises, which could no longer find sponsors for any of its cars, thus expanding the team to four cars.
- Kahne's new team for 2009, Richard Petty Motorsports, was the result of a merger between his team's previous incarnation, Gillett Evernham Motorsports and Petty Enterprises.
- Also, after Petty Enterprises merged with Gillett Evernham Motorsports to form Richard Petty Motorsports, the Wood Brothers became the oldest team in NASCAR.
- Sadler threatened a lawsuit for breach of contract; however, the lawsuit was dropped after the GEM – Petty Enterprises merger and he returned to the ride for 2009.
- The car was renumbered from 9 to 44, which had been used by Petty Enterprises, and by RPM in 2009.
- That was his best finish in seven races that year as he also drove four in a Chevrolet for Andy Petree Racing and two in a Dodge for Petty Enterprises.
- The 2000 season saw Gordon enter his first campaign with Petty Enterprises' Robbie Loomis as his crew chief.
- He would depart for the 43 car of Petty Enterprises.
- Despite the win and a 23rd-place points finish, RCA left the sport and Andretti signed with Petty Enterprises.
- In December of that year, Labonte was released from Petty Enterprises while the team was negotiating a deal with a private equity firm that fell through, and Petty partnered with Gillett Evernham Motorsports.
- Labonte joined Petty Enterprises to drive the famous No. 43.
- Green's 29th-place finish allowed Petty Enterprises to announce on November 11, 2005 that Bobby Labonte would replace him following the season's end.
- In the past, he has served as an advisor to Petty Enterprises, and as a minority owner in Bang! Racing.
- He also made a start for Petty Enterprises at the TranSouth 500.
- In the middle of the season he switched to the No. 43 STP-sponsored Pontiac for Petty Enterprises.
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