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  • Sorenson drove mainly the No. 7 and No. 55 entries for Premium Motorsports throughout the year, with also driving the Bristol night race in Rick Ware Racing’s No. 51 entry.Reed Sorenson-Wikipedia
  • Coyne's other entries are currently entered in partnership with Rick Ware Racing, with drivers to be announced.Dale Coyne Racing-Wikipedia
  • The charter was leased to Rick Ware Racing, which uses it for the No. 53 team.Front Row Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • Before the team formally entered any races, Yeley and Steakhouse Elite partnered with Rick Ware Racing for the Pocono 400 in June.J. J. Yeley-Wikipedia
  • Green joined Rick Ware Racing to race the season opener at Daytona, where he didn't start and park as he usually does, however engine problems caused him to finish 36th.Jeff Green (racing driver)-Wikipedia
  • On November 27, 2019, NASCAR imposed penalties to Premium Motorsports, Rick Ware Racing, and Spire Motorsports for manipulating their finishing order at Homestead.Premium Motorsports-Wikipedia

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