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Sentences forBK Racing
- In the summer of 2018, Yeley made his return to the No. 23 car which was previously owned by his former team BK Racing.
- Leaving FRM after the end of the 2011 season, Kvapil was signed by BK Racing to compete in the Sprint Cup Series for 2012.
- BK Racing bought the assets and offered Vickers a ride for 2012 but he declined, leaving Vickers on the sidelines.
- The team was awarded the assets of BK Racing on August 21, 2018, after former owner Ron Devine and a trustee from Union First Bank put the team up for bidding.
- During Coca-Cola 600 qualifying, David did not qualify fast enough in the No. 73 BK Racing entry and missed his first Cup race since 2007.
- On January 19, 2016, it was announced that Ragan would drive the No. 23 Dr. Pepper Toyota Camry for BK Racing.
- Much of the MWR equipment and several employees went to BK Racing for 2016.
- On February 4, Waltrip announced he would return to the Daytona 500, driving the No. 83 Camry for BK Racing.
- On January 18, 2013, BK Racing announced that Reutimann would drive the No. 83 Toyota during the 2013 season, replacing Landon Cassill.
- Yeley replaced Ryan Truex in the No. 83 BK Racing Toyota at the Pure Michigan 400 after Truex suffered a concussion during a practice session.
- Days later the 26 team was acquired by the former Swan co-owner and he merged his ownership into BK Racing, with Whitt remaining behind the wheel.
- Later in the season, Bliss joined BK Racing in the No. 93 Toyota for the Quaker State 400, finishing 41st.
- In 2017, LaJoie returned to the Cup Series and signed with BK Racing, driving the No. 83 Camry part-time.
- Reutimann also drove the BK Racing No. 93 at Darlington.
- DiBenedetto left for BK Racing at season's end, and the No. 40 was sold to MBM Motorsports due to the formation of TMG's own Cup team.
- The team's cars, owners points, and equipment were purchased by former TRG Motorsports executive Ron Devine to form BK Racing.
- A month later, he signed with BK Racing to run the Cup races at Watkins Glen and Michigan in the team's No. 83 Camry.
- Despite rumors that Gaulding would drive the No. 30 for TMG in 2017, plans changed due to the Circle Sport merger and Gaulding was picked up by BK Racing.
- The team later moved to another shop, and BK Racing moved into their old shop.
- As Patrick drove the No. 10 in the 2012 Daytona 500, Reutimann drove the No. 93 Toyota Camry for BK Racing in the event with Todd Anderson serving as crew chief.
- Wise was slated to return to New Hampshire, but was placed in BK Racing's No. 26 at the last minute and replaced by Kvapil, who once again failed to qualify.
- BK Racing driver Matt DiBenedetto recorded a career best finish of 6th.
- The team suspended operations on December 8, 2011 and their cars were sold to BK Racing.
- Earnhardt joined BK Racing for the Hellmann's 500 at Talladega Superspeedway, driving the No. 83.
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