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Sentences forStephen Leicht
- It was Stephen Leicht who downed the Buschwhackers and fulfilled that dream to earn his 1st career Busch Series victory.
- Longtime driver Jeff Burton was joined by Cup teammate and 2008 Nationwide Series Champion Clint Bowyer, as well as up and comer Stephen Leicht.
- Blaney also ran the September Richmond race in the No. 35 with sponsorship from Pepsi Max, while Stephen Leicht drove the No. 36 in his first NASCAR race since 2009.
- Stephen Leicht drove the finale race at Homestead, in order for Sieg to drive the No. 93 for owner points.
- Also in the first practice session, Stephen Leicht struck a groundhog with his car, after Truex, Jr. brushed the SAFER barrier attempting to avoid it.
- The No. 77 team was announced to be a full-time team along with the No. 97 team, having Stephen Leicht as the driver.
- Wise mostly ran the 26 as a start and park entry and finished behind Stephen Leicht in ROTY standings.
- Ron Fellows drove the car at Watkins Glen, Stephen Leicht piloted the No. 36 at Richmond, and Mike Skinner at Atlanta after medical issues forced Blaney from the car.
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- In late 2018, Stephen Leicht drove the No. 99 part-time.
- Robert Yates Racing development driver Stephen Leicht was entered for the race in his attempt to become the youngest person in history to qualify for a Nextel Cup Series race.
- The driver that failed to qualify for the race was Stephen Leicht.
- The two drivers that failed to qualify for the race were Stephen Leicht and J.J. Yeley.
- Less than five laps later, Stephen Leicht and Reed Sorenson also returned to the race to gain positions and points (Sorenson's team trying to gain breathing room inside the Top 35, while Leicht was trying to get closer), while Johnson maintained a two-second lead over Martin.
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