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On Tuesday, Dodge announced its decision to withdraw from NASCAR at the end of this season. In this gallery, we take a look back at the some of the brand's most memorable moments and motors in recent NASCAR races.

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Kurt Busch celebrates in Victory Lane at Watkins Glen, New York in August 2011.

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Kurt Busch does a burnout at Daytona Beach in February 2011.

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Brad Keselowski celebrates with a burnout in Kentucky in July 2011.

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A pitstop for Brad Keselowski in March 2012 at Las Vegas.

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Brad Keselowski and A.J. Allmendinger's cars at Daytona Beach last February.

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The cars of Kurt Busch and Sam Hornish Jr. at Fort Worth, Texas in 2010.

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Brad Keselowski's Sprint Cup practice at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

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Kurt Busch at Daytona Beach in February 2011.

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Brad Keselowski celebrates his win with a burnout in Bristol last March.

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Brad Keselowski in North Carolina in 2010.

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Brad Keselowski in 2011 in Kansas City.

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Kurt Bush's Shell Dodge Charger and Brad Keselowski's Miller Lite Dodge Charger during the Penske Racing Media Tour stop in North Carolina last year.

Tyler Barrick/Autostock

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Brad Keselowski celebrates in Sparta this year.

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Celebrating after the first Gatorade Duel 150 qualifying race for the Daytona 500 at Daytona Beach International Speedway at Daytona, Florida in 2011.

Nigel Kinrade/Autostock

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