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- Due to the injuries sustained at Darlington, he was relieved during the race by Todd Bodine.
- 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.
- 61 and driven to a fourth-place finish by Todd Bodine.
- 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.
- 34 car made its debut on March 14, 2004 at Atlanta Motor Speedway with Todd Bodine driving the car as the No.
- In 1996, Elliott missed five races to recover from injuring a broken hip at Talladega and was replaced by Dorsey Schroeder and Todd Bodine.
- Todd Bodine and Ron Hornaday, Jr. subbed for Labonte.
- Despite a good qualifying run, he finished 38th after a crash with Todd Bodine on lap 114.
- After dueling with Todd Bodine for the points lead early in the season, Green pulled away with 14 consecutive top-10 finishes, a streak which included five wins.
- Daytona truck race winner Todd Bodine finishes in second place, also, for the second time in a row.
- After 10 races, however, Kvapil was released in favor of defending Truck champion Todd Bodine, whose Germain Racing team partnered with RMM to continue running that driver for 2011.
- Todd Bodine drove the No.
- 03 Germain Toyota Camry with Todd Bodine driving.
- Benson went on to collect five wins during the 2006 season with additional backing from Exide Batteries and finished runner-up to Todd Bodine for the championship.
- He is the oldest of the three Bodine brothers (with Brett Bodine and Todd Bodine).
- Participants have included Todd Bodine (one of Bodine's brothers) and Tony Stewart.
- 15 Toyota in Hill's place with Todd Bodine at Daytona before selling the points to RWR.
- In later years, though, the Truck Series has also become a place for Cup veterans without a ride to make their living which included Ricky Craven, Jimmy Spencer, Dennis Setzer, Brendan Gaughan (who started his career in a family-owned team, and after his Nextel Cup attempt, returned to the family operation), Rich Bickle, Andy Houston, Todd Bodine, Bobby Hamilton Jr. and previous champions Johnny Benson, Mike Skinner, Ron Hornaday, Ted Musgrave, and Jack Sprague.
- Stephen raced full-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series and made his Cup Series debut during the 2011 Daytona 500, making him the fourth member of his family to compete in the Daytona 500 and in NASCAR, behind the Bodines (Geoff, Brett, and Todd), Pettys (Lee, Richard, and Kyle), Earnhardts (Dale, Kerry and Dale Jr.), and the Allisons (Bobby, Donnie, and Davey).
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- 90. At Las Vegas, 2006 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Champion Todd Bodine drove.
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