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Sentences forCasey Mears
- After Vickers' departure from Hendrick Motorsports, the team reverted to the No. 24 with driver Casey Mears, and the National Guard sponsoring a limited schedule.
- On June 9, 2006, Hendrick Motorsports announced that Casey Mears of Chip Ganassi Racing would take the spot of Vickers in 2007.
- He was slated to run it again in 2004 against seven-time F1 World Champion Michael Schumacher but was sidelined by the flu, and Casey Mears took his place.
- In 2007, the National Guard joined forces with longtime Hendrick Motorsports partner GMAC to sponsor the No. 25 Chevrolet driven by Casey Mears.
- On September 4, 2007 it was announced that Casey Mears would drive the No. 5 in 2008.
- He finished eighth, after leading with seven laps to go, but he had to pit for fuel and Casey Mears finished with the win.
- On the last lap, Waltrip was running 5th when he jumped to the bottom lane and made a move for the lead to try to win heading into turn 4 with drafting help from Casey Mears.
- He had a string of poor finishes including 20th at Texas, and 31st at Phoenix after being spun out by Casey Mears.
- Max Papis ran the following week Michigan in a start and park effort, the following week Casey Mears took over as the full-time driver at Bristol in another start and park effort.
- At Sonoma, Johnson led the most laps at 45 laps, but a late race caution caused by Casey Mears' broken wheel axle cost him, and he was passed by Kyle Busch with five laps to go, and slipped back to sixth place.
- Landon Cassill, Casey Mears, and Fernández also drove select events.
- On July 4, 2008, Hendrick Motorsports owner Rick Hendrick and Martin announced that he would replace Casey Mears in the No. 5 car for the 2009 season, running a full-time schedule for the first time since 2006.
- Before the IRL season even started, they successfully combined as a one-car team (with Casey Mears) to win the 24 Hours of Daytona.
- In 2008, Waltrip made contact with Casey Mears with 46 laps to go resulting in Mears successfully passing him.
- On August 21, 2018, Biffle tested a Stadium Super Truck that was driven by fellow ex-NASCAR driver Casey Mears.
- The team's second car returned as the No. 27 for the 2019 Daytona 500 with Casey Mears as the driver.
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