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Patricia Moise-Sawyer (/moʊʔˈiːs/) is a former NASCAR driver. She drove in five Winston Cup races from 1987 to 1989, and 133 Busch Series races from 1986 to 1998. She is the wife of former fellow NASCAR driver Elton Sawyer. In 1987, she fielded her own team, the #37 Buick. She posted two top-tens in twelve starts, but also had six DNF's, finishing 31st in points. She also made her Cup debut at Watkins Glen in the #89 Chevrolet owned by Marc Reno and Ernie Irvan. She finished 33rd after a crash.

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  • Patricia Moise-Sawyer (/moʊʔˈiːs/) is a former NASCAR driver. She drove in five Winston Cup races from 1987 to 1989, and 133 Busch Series races from 1986 to 1998. She is the wife of former fellow NASCAR driver Elton Sawyer. In 1987, she fielded her own team, the #37 Buick. She posted two top-tens in twelve starts, but also had six DNF's, finishing 31st in points. She also made her Cup debut at Watkins Glen in the #89 Chevrolet owned by Marc Reno and Ernie Irvan. She finished 33rd after a crash.
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