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Sentences forYates Racing
- With the announced retirement of Robert Yates, however, the merger was called off and the team was named Yates Racing with Robert's son Doug Yates at the helm.
- On September 10, 2009, Richard Petty Motorsports and Yates Racing announced that they planned to merge in 2010, and Sorenson was not to be retained as part of the merger.
- On September 10, 2009, it was announced that Richard Petty Motorsports would merge with Yates Racing.
- In August 2006, Gilliland replaced Elliott Sadler as the driver of the M&Ms/Mars-sponsored No. 38 Ford in the NEXTEL Cup Series for Yates Racing.
- Known for its factory backing from Dodge since its inception, the team switched to Ford in late 2009 and merged with Yates Racing for 2010.
- For the 2010 season, his No. 98 team moved over to Richard Petty Motorsports, due to its merger with Yates Racing.
- Since the 2004 season, engines for the cars have been provided by Roush-Yates Engines, a partnership between Roush Fenway Racing and now-closed rival Yates Racing, with Doug Yates as head engine builder.
- For the 2009 season, Menard moved over to the No. 98 Ford Fusion operated by Yates Racing.
- Crew chief Larry Carter moved to Yates Racing to be crew chief for Paul Menard.
- For the 1996 season Yates Racing put Irvan back in the No. 28 and had a full-time teammate Dale Jarrett in the No. 88.
- Meanwhile, Dale Jarrett took the lead from his Robert Yates Racing teammate Irvan, who reclaimed the lead on lap 139 after passing Jarrett in turn 3.
- Robert Yates Racing development driver Stephen Leicht was entered for the race in his attempt to become the youngest person in history to qualify for a Nextel Cup Series race.
- For 2015, former Yates Racing driver Matt McCall was hired as crew chief for McMurray, replacing Keith Rodden.
- Allison would have most of his success driving for Yates Racing.
- The No. 28 of Ernie Irvan was on the pole.
- RGM used Roush/Yates engines.
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