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Sentences forStewart-Haas Racing
- Hendrick has twelve championships, Childress has six championships, and now-Ford Stewart-Haas Racing has two.
- On August 26, 2013, Busch announced that he would be leaving Furniture Row Racing to join Stewart-Haas Racing, stating he had signed a multi-year deal with the team.
- A short time later, reports surfaced stating that Harvick had asked for a release of his contract at the end of the 2009 season to join Stewart-Haas Racing for the 2010 season.
- Stewart-Haas Racing, at the time, received engines, chassis, and technical support from Hendrick Motorsports.
- After no top fives 7 races later he finished second at Sonoma behind teammate Kevin Harvick giving Stewart-Haas Racing its 2nd ever 1-2 finish for the first time since 2011.
- On July 15, 2008, Newman announced that he was leaving Penske at the end of the season, and a month later, it was confirmed he was joining Haas CNC Racing for 2009, in the No. 39 Chevy Impala.
- Sprague moved to Hendrick-affiliated Haas CNC Racing in 2003.
- As a team owner, he has won NASCAR Cup titles in 2011 with himself and in 2014 with Kevin Harvick as drivers.
- The following season, Busch was hired to drive for the team Stewart owns.
- Crew chief Steve Addington moved to Stewart-Haas Racing after the 2011 season.
- Crew chief Greg Zipadelli left the No. 20 team at the end of the 2011 season to become the competition director at Stewart-Haas Racing.
- Harvick's car always displayed the Earnhardt stylized number 3 on the "B" posts (metal portion on each side of the car to the rear of the front windows) above the number 29 until the end of 2013, when he departed for Stewart-Haas Racing.
- On November 8, 2017, Stewart-Haas Racing announced Almirola as the driver of the No. 10 Ford Fusion for the 2018 season.
- Logano replaced Tony Stewart who left JGR to drive for his own team, Stewart-Haas Racing.
- On September 30, 2015, it was announced that Tony Stewart (Stewart-Haas Racing) would retire from the NASCAR Sprint Cup series after the 2016 season and negotiated a contract which will allow Bowyer to drive the No. 14 car in the 2017 season.
- However, on August 14, 2014, Burton was picked up by Stewart-Haas Racing to replace Tony Stewart in the No. 14 at the Pure Michigan 400 and the Irwin Tools Night Race, in the aftermath of the death of sprint car driver Kevin Ward Jr.
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