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  • In the Truck Series, Moffitt did not win a race until the playoff event at Kansas, where he held off GMS Racing teammate Zane Smith to clinch a spot in the final round.Brett Moffitt-Wikipedia
  • Herbst and Zane Smith were both ineligible to run the season opener at Daytona, though ARCA allowed both to participate in practice.Joe Gibbs Racing-Wikipedia
  • In his third race at Talladega, Graf raced on a foot he had recently broken and finished second to Zane Smith in the closest finish in series history.Joe Graf Jr.-Wikipedia
  • At Salem Speedway in fall, Self and Zane Smith got in a racing incident early in the race, leading Smith to retaliate by intentionally destroying Self's car later in the race.Michael Self-Wikipedia
  • He participated in the 2020 weekend at Road America alongside Truck Series teammate Zane Smith, where he finished second and third.Sheldon Creed-Wikipedia
  • He almost scored his first win at Talladega earlier that year, but lost to the No. 41 MDM Motorsports Toyota driven by Zane Smith in a photo finish at the line.Chad Bryant Racing-Wikipedia

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