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Sentences

Sentences forSpencer Gallagher

  • In May 2018, Sauter returned to the Nationwide (now Xfinity) Series at Dover; he drove the No. 23 GMS car in place of the suspended Spencer Gallagher.Johnny Sauter-Wikipedia
  • During the 2016 race, Spencer Gallagher and John Wes Townley crashed in turn one and engaged in a chicken fight.CarShield 200-Wikipedia
  • The first was with Spencer Gallagher at Daytona, replacing Scott Sheldon after Gallagher's No. 23 car was disqualified.GMS Racing-Wikipedia
  • Hessert was fined $5,000 after the Allen Crowe 100 for turning fellow driver Spencer Gallagher after the conclusion of the race.Cunningham Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • Following Spencer Gallagher's suspension from NASCAR, it was announced that Elliott would pilot the No. 23 car for GMS Racing in select events, including the races at Charlotte, Pocono, Chicagoland, Daytona, and Bristol.Chase Elliott-Wikipedia
  • He had worked for GMS in 2016 as Spencer Gallagher's crew chief when he drove the No. 23 full-time in the Truck Series.Jeff Hensley-Wikipedia

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