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Sentences forStarCom Racing
- Earnhardt ended up joining the No. 00 StarCom Racing team for the 2018 Daytona 500, marking the 40th consecutive year that a member of the Earnhardt family had driven in the event.
- On November 27, 2019, StarCom Racing announced that Houff would drive the team's No. 00 on a full-time basis during the 2020 and 2021 seasons.
- Cope would return part-time to the Cup series for Premium Motorsports, and later take a managerial role at the newly formed StarCom Racing, along with driving duties.
- Two weeks later, Premium sponsor StarCom Fiber formed StarCom Racing, fielding the No. 00 for Cope at Dover.
- After four years away from Cup racing, he returned to the series for the 2018 Toyota/Save Mart 350, driving the No. 00 for StarCom Racing.
- The No. 27 team was shut down after the 2017 season, with the team's charter being leased and eventually sold to StarCom Racing.
- He joined StarCom Racing for two races in the No. 99 before moving to Rick Ware Racing.
- After focusing on his management role in 2019 and 2020, Cope announced a return to driving in 2021, driving the No. 15 Jacob Companies Chevrolet Camaro for Rick Ware Racing in a partnership with StarCom Racing for the Daytona 500.
- On June 1, 2018, reports surfaced that Smithley will make his Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series debut at Michigan with StarCom Racing in the team's No. 99 entry, though the reports were not immediately confirmed by Smithley.
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