Why 2020 NASCAR Cup Series and 2021 NASCAR Cup Series are similar

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  • American NASCAR crew chief who currently works for Joe Gibbs Racing as the crew chief for Denny Hamlin in the No. 11 Toyota Camry in the NASCAR Cup Series, a position he has held since 2019. He had previously worked for Gibbs as a crew chief in the Xfinity Series for the team, working on the No. 19 of Brandon Jones in 2018, and the No. 20 of multiple drivers such as Hamlin, Erik Jones, Kyle Benjamin, and Ryan Preece in 2017 after a full season with Erik Jones in the same car in 2016. Wikipedia

  • American crew chief currently employed with Hendrick Motorsports. Cliff Daniels had a short racing career as a driver, racing late model cars at short tracks in his home state of Virginia before pursuing a mechanical engineering degree at University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Wikipedia

  • American crew chief in NASCAR currently employed at Stewart-Haas Racing, serving as the crew chief for their No. 14 Ford Mustang in the NASCAR Cup Series, driven by Chase Briscoe. Interim role in the summer Pocono race in 2016 for Kurt Busch, which he won. Wikipedia

  • Todd Gordon (NASCAR)

    American NASCAR crew chief who currently works for Team Penske as the crew chief for Ryan Blaney in the No. 12 Ford Mustang in the NASCAR Cup Series. He has worked for Penske since 2011. Wikipedia

  • Jeremy Bullins

    American NASCAR crew chief who currently works for Team Penske as the crew chief for Brad Keselowski in the No. 2 Ford in the NASCAR Cup Series. Bullins has worked for Penske since 2012. Wikipedia

  • Mike Wheeler (NASCAR)

    American NASCAR crew chief who currently works for 23XI Racing as the crew chief for Bubba Wallace's No. 23 Toyota Camry in the NASCAR Cup Series. Engineer and a crew chief in both the Cup and Xfinity Series. Wikipedia

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