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  • Due to the injuries sustained at Darlington, he was relieved during the race by Todd Bodine.Tony Stewart-Wikipedia
  • This forced Haas-Carter to scale back its operations to one team and Nemechek was released in favor of keeping Todd Bodine, who was driving the team's other car, in the fold.Joe Nemechek-Wikipedia
  • 61 and driven to a fourth-place finish by Todd Bodine.Roush Fenway Racing-Wikipedia
  • He collected one top-5 and two top-10s and finished 21st in the standings, just missing out on the top 20 because of Todd Bodine's two-position points standings gain in the final race of the season.Bobby Labonte-Wikipedia
  • 34 car made its debut on March 14, 2004 at Atlanta Motor Speedway with Todd Bodine driving the car as the No.Front Row Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • In 1996, Elliott missed five races to recover from injuring a broken hip at Talladega and was replaced by Dorsey Schroeder and Todd Bodine.Bill Elliott-Wikipedia

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