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Sentences forTeam Penske
- It would end after that season, with the Wood Brothers currently receiving equipment and support (other than engines) from Team Penske.
- At that year's Indianapolis 500, Revson qualified on pole and finished second, whilst in 1972, Donohue won in privateer Team Penske's M16B.
- Fittipaldi took the Marlboro sponsorship to Team Penske, an arrangement that was also pre-planned.
- The most successful car owner is Roger Penske, owner of Team Penske, which has 18 total wins and 18 poles.
- On September 16, 2013, it was announced for the 2014 racing season Montoya would compete in the IndyCar Series, driving the No. 2 Dallara-Chevrolet for Team Penske.
- Montoya raced twice in 2014 for Team Penske in between his IndyCar commitments, finishing 18th at Michigan and 23rd at Indianapolis.
- Kurt Busch, the 2004 NASCAR Cup Series Champion and Las Vegas native, became the first NASCAR Cup Series driver to test a stock car on the newly reconfigured track in his No. 2 Penske Dodge.
- Busch was released from Roush Racing at the end of 2005 and joined Penske Racing South in 2006.
- Shell/Pennzoil remains in the sport with Team Penske's No. 22.
- This fifth-place finish was not only the highest of any of the Andretti drivers, but of any non-Penske or Chip Ganassi Racing driver for the season.
- During the 1974 Winston 500, Penske Racing crewman Don Miller lost part of his leg in a pit lane accident.
- Former IRL champion Sam Hornish, Jr., who was not re-signed by Team Penske after scoring a win and finishing 2nd in Nationwide points in 2013, ran 7 races to help compete for the owner's championship.
- Having formally retired from NASCAR, transitioning to a full-time commitment to IndyCar, Montoya joined Team Penske for two additional venues on the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup calendar, piloting the No. 12 Penske Ford at Indianapolis and Michigan.
- Keselowski began looking elsewhere and left the Chevrolet camp to drive a Dodge for Team Penske.
- Given this scenario, Senna secured an IndyCar testing session with the support of compatriot and Penske driver, Emerson Fittipaldi.
- He also considered racing as a third driver for Acura Team Penske's IMSA SportsCar Championship team, but was rejected.
- Cingular and Alltel (the sponsor of Team Penske's No. 12) had been grandfathered in when Nextel entered the sport in 2004, with the drivers wearing white Nextel Cup Series logos on their fire suits, but the change in ownership of the former led Sprint to contest the sponsorship.
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