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The Wrangler Wracing Team operated in the Formula 5000 league from its founding in 1967 until the league went defunct in 1976. During the bulk of their existence, the Wrangler team cars were driven by Randy Lewis. They competed in the Formula A division, which was made to compete against Formula 500’s F1 division. The two divisions were nearly identical, with the FA division featuring cars of a slightly heavier build. Eventually, a depressed economy led to a lack of sponsors for the league, which quickly transitioned its resources to another division, ending the Formula A division.
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