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    Sentences forPhil Parsons Racing

    • On November 26, 2013, Wise announced that he would be leaving the team, moving to Phil Parsons Racing.Front Row Motorsports-Wikipedia
    • He also maintained a similar partnership with Phil Parsons Racing in the Cup Series, which also ran the No. 98.Mike Curb-Wikipedia
    • Sorenson was reassigned to the No. 98 at Pocono, with Timmy Hill moving over to the No. 62 for this race, which ran as a Ford from the former Phil Parsons Racing stable.Premium Motorsports-Wikipedia
    • He was the older brother of former NASCAR driver car owner and broadcaster Phil Parsons of Phil Parsons Racing.Benny Parsons-Wikipedia
    • In 2009, Blaney signed to run the start and park No. 66 Prism Motorsports Toyota for a full season, getting a best finish of twenty-eighth at Charlotte Motor Speedway.Dave Blaney-Wikipedia
    • In early May 2015, it was reported that Phil Parsons Racing with Mike Curb would be selling their No. 98 team driven by Josh Wise to Premium owner Jay Robinson.Premium Motorsports-Wikipedia

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