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  • Rudd Performance Motorsports

    Stock car racing team that competed in the NASCAR Winston Cup Series between 1994 and 1999. Owned by Ricky Rudd, the team's only driver, it posted six wins during its existence. Wikipedia

  • Brett Bodine Racing

    NASCAR racing team from 1996 until 2003. Owned by former NASCAR driver Brett Bodine and his then-wife Diane, and fielded the No. 11 car for Bodine, who purchased the team from Junior Johnson & Associates during the 1995–96 offseason. Wikipedia

  • Larry Hedrick Motorsports

    NASCAR team. Owned by businessman Larry Hedrick and always fielded the No. 41 Chevrolet in both the Winston Cup and the Busch Series. Wikipedia

  • Bill Elliott Racing

    NASCAR Winston Cup, Busch and Craftsman Truck Series team. Owned and operated by 1988 NASCAR champion Bill Elliott from 1995 until 2000, when it was sold to Evernham Motorsports. Wikipedia

  • NASCAR Winston Cup and Craftsman Truck Series team. Owned and operated by former NASCAR driver Geoffrey Bodine following his purchase of the estate of Alan Kulwicki. Wikipedia

  • NASCAR Winston Cup and Busch team that operated from 1981 to 2001.The Busch team ran from 1989-1996 with Ronnie Sliver and Michael Waltrip driving, and one race with Johnny Benson at Homestead. The team's history of drivers include Geoff Bodine, Michael Waltrip, Johnny Benson, Kenny Wallace, Jeff Fuller, Rick Mast, and Mike Bliss, among others. Wikipedia

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