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- However, mid-season the ownership of the team transferred from Mattei to Ultra Motorsports and Jim Smith.
- At the end of the season, the team bought the equipment and owners points from Ultra Motorsports and changed to the No. 1 running full-time in 2006.
- The following season, he drove for Ultra Motorsports, where he picked up five wins, the first coming at Martinsville.
- Late in the season, he switched to the No. 7 Nations Rent Ultra Motorsports Ford, posting a 10th-place finish at Talladega Superspeedway.
- The #55 performed so tremendously well that, even though the original plans for 2005 was to run a full Busch Series season, Gordon chose to move the team up to the Cup Series with support from Ultra Motorsports owner Jim Smith.
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