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Sentences forPremium Motorsports
- In October 2015, MWR leased the owner points from the No. 98 of Premium Motorsports to field a car for Waltrip himself at the fall Talladega race.
- Waltrip skipped the summer Daytona race, but returned at Talladega in the fall, running a third MWR entry after leasing the owner points from the No. 98 of Premium Motorsports.
- On May 13, 2020, Fox Sports' Bob Pockrass confirmed that Rick Ware Racing had purchased Premium Motorsports and their charter for the No. 15 car from former owner Jay Robinson.
- The team ultimately slipped slightly to 44th in owner points but did finish ahead of the No. 62, a team that attempted all 36 races.
- For her final NASCAR race at the 2018 Daytona 500, Patrick signed with Premium Motorsports to drive its No. 7 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 after discussions with Chip Ganassi Racing did not yield in a race seat.
- He was also signed with Premium Motorsports after lack of sponsorship killed both of his prior teams.
- The entry was fielded in a collaboration with Premium Motorsports, a fellow Truck Series team which normally runs the No. 49.
- Waltrip drove the No. 55 Camry for Premium Motorsports at Talladega in April with Peak BlueDEF as sponsor.
- Waltrip announced he would run the Daytona 500, driving the No. 15 Aaron's, Inc. Camry for Premium Motorsports.
- In March 2018, Yeley drove the No. 55 car for Premium Motorsports in the STP 500 in the Cup Series, where he finished 31st.
- Before the 2015 Coca-Cola 600, Parsons and Curb sold the team's assets and Wise's contract to Premium Motorsports and the team shut down.
- With Hillman joining Premium Motorsports, Cassill lost his No. 40 ride.
- On November 27, 2019, NASCAR imposed penalties to Rick Ware Racing, Premium Motorsports, and Spire Motorsports for manipulating their finishing order at Homestead.
- Whitt moved to Premium Motorsports in 2016, driving the No. 98 with sponsorship from RTIC coolers, Speed Stick, and Rinnai among others.
- In February, it was announced that Cope would return to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, driving for Premium Motorsports.
- On April 29, rumors arose that PPR and Jay Robinson had agreed to a deal that would send Wise to Robinson's Premium Motorsports; this was officially announced by Premium Motorsports on May 4.
- TBR provided cars and technical assistance to Premium Motorsports, fielding the No. 98 car out of their shop for the Fall 2015 races at Loudon and Homestead with TBR development driver Ryan Preece.
- Wallace began 2015 driving for Premium Motorsports in the No. 66 Sprint Cup car.
- He also drove the No. 62 Sprint Cup car for Premium Motorsports in most of the series' races without RCR support.
- In September, Nemechek raced in the Monster Energy Cup Series for the first time since 2015, returning to Premium Motorsports (formerly Identity Ventures) in their No. 27 car for the Bojangles' Southern 500 as part of the annual throwback weekend.
- The No. 7 is currently used by Premium Motorsports with multiple drivers.
- In 2015, Hill returned to Identity Ventures, now renamed Premium Motorsports, where he would drive part-time in both the No. 62 in the Cup Series and the No. 94 in the Truck Series and later the No. 98 in Cup as well after they bought the Phil Parsons Racing team.
- In 2017, Chastain joined Premium Motorsports' No. 15 car for his Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series debut in the AAA 400 Drive for Autism at Dover, an opportunity he initially resisted after being informed of the opportunity by Xfinity team owner Johnny Davis.
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