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  • Wendy Venturini and Mark Garrow called the race from the booth when the field was racing down the front stretch.2015 Sylvania 300-Wikipedia
  • Doug Rice, Mark Garrow and Wendy Venturini called the race in the booth when the field raced through the tri-oval.2018 Pennzoil 400-Wikipedia
  • Doug Rice, Mark Garrow and Wendy Venturini called the race in the booth when the field raced through the tri-oval.2018 South Point 400-Wikipedia
  • Doug Rice, Mark Garrow and Wendy Venturini called the race from the booth when the field was racing down the frontstretch.2015 AAA Texas 500-Wikipedia
  • Doug Rice, Mark Garrow and Wendy Venturini called the race in the booth when the field raced through the tri-oval.2017 Kobalt 400-Wikipedia
  • Doug Rice, Mark Garrow, and Wendy Venturini called the race in the booth when the field is racing through the tri-oval.2015 Kobalt 400-Wikipedia

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