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With the Parsons team's sale last year to Jay Robinson and Premium *This was the first Cup Series last-place finish for the #30 since November 21, +For purposes of clarity, these statistics do not include the 22 occasions.
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Brock, fantastic article. I've already tweeted it twice lol. I'm curious what you think can be done to help the smaller teams, and how likely you think it is that NASCAR will make such changes? Beard, Good post.

I will miss the fab four next year. And I will miss Ken the most. Just to put that in perspective, I am a 71 Dave Marcis fan. As to the field size I agree. I can understand a smaller field, but how does that effect the tv contract and sponsorship issues.

And does it take away from the fact that 43 cars to say 40 makes it seem that there is less interest in the sport. I think it is all about the money.

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I have to give credit to TBR in that they have stuck to the cause to race and the result has been some sponsorship and nolonger a start and park team in most races. I enjoy your blog. Keep up the good work and research you do. But I haven't really reflected back to that year because of so much utter mess, it reminds me of the WWE mainly because I've began watching it since last year and have been frustrated on that too recently with so much hype and predictability with Danica Patrick among other things.

Elliott kept his car off the inside wall, but wound up in the grass, where the splitter was ripped from his machine.

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Dropped to last as the entire field went by, Elliott was stuck behind the wall for nearly a quarter of the race as the Hendrick Motorsports crew attached a new nose to the Instead, Elliott returned to the track on Lap 58, 40 laps down. Meanwhile, DiBenedetto was fighting to stay with the lead pack. His 93 had run around 20th for most of the early stages, but near the halfway point was beginning to fade toward the rear of the field.

Both drivers walked away uninjured, but both cars were unable to continue. Elliott managed to not lose another lap for the rest of the afternoon and passed both DiBenedetto and Buescher on Lap A few laps later, Elliott also passed Richardson, whose 26 went behind the wall with a broken valve.

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The 24 came just ten laps short of passing pre-race favorite Dale Earnhardt, Jr. Preece, a year-old standout from the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour, has won at least two modified races a season since in addition to the series championship.


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He ran 34th in the opening practice, then leapt to 4th in the second session behind David Starr, Brandon Jones, and veteran Joe Nemechek. This time, he would be driving the 17 Dashub. Coming into the Daytona race, Green had finished last in the final six rounds of the season and had a chance to extend his record once more. Gase held the spot until Lap 5, when the caution flew for the first time for a wreck in Turns 1 and 2. Preece, however, had to climb out and let his car be towed behind the wall, leaving the 01 and 85 in the final two spots. Despite his early strong run, Green ended up 37th at the finish, citing transmission issues.

His season-best again came on the plate tracks, this time a 14th at Talladega in his Dodge. However, after eight DNFs and continued sponsorship woes, Martins and team left the series at midseason. This time, he would also have technical support from Gallagher Motorsports, whose trucks started on the front row. He struggled in qualifying, needing to rely on a provisional to start 28th with a speed of Meanwhile, the next time by, Martins had worked his way toward the Top 20 when the right-front tire went down, sending him hard into the outside wall in Turn 4, drawing the first caution of the night.