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Sentences forBAM Racing
- The crew chief hired for the 2006 campaign was David Hyder, who worked with Schrader at BAM Racing.
- In 2010, Gilliland began the season with BAM Racing in the No. 49 after the team took the 2009 season off.
- In January 2010, Gordon formed an alliance with BAM Racing, his sixth change in six years.
- Late in the season, Bliss began driving the No. 49 BAM Racing Dodge Nextel Cup Car, and finished out the 2006 season driving the car for BAM.
- Despite an original lack of sponsorship, Schrader was announced as the driver of the No. 49 BAM Racing Dodge Intrepid for 2003.
- He returned to Melling for one race before competing in two for BAM Racing at the end of the season.
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