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Semi-retired American professional stock car racing driver. Wikipedia
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- This was attributable to BDR's lawsuit with Dodge, which meant the team did not receive manufacturer support for Waltrip or teammate Dave Blaney.
- 07 Chevrolet full-time in the Nextel Cup series, replacing Dave Blaney for the 2006 season.
- After that, Dave Blaney drove the car, only skipping Infineon Raceway when Jim Inglebright took the wheel.
- The next week at Pocono, Dave Blaney returned to the team for the first time since entering semi-retirement.
- Ryan Blaney, the son of NASCAR driver Dave Blaney pulled off an upset by winning that event.
- 36 driven by Dave Blaney to the new No.
- The team announced they planned to race full-time with Dave Blaney after Daytona.
- J. J. Yeley was hired by TBR to drive for Max Q. Regular TBR driver Dave Blaney also ran one race for Max Q. Yeley moved to TBR's No.
- 36 team (with a guaranteed starting spot) while Dave Blaney would run the No.
- Conway would eventually be released from FRM, ExtenZe removed from the car, he and his sponsor sued for lack of payment, and was replaced with a rotation of NASCAR veterans Tony Raines and Dave Blaney.
- In 2009, MWR fielded a car for Dave Blaney and Prism Motorsports at the Coca-Cola 600.
- He was the third driver to pilot the car that season; Johnny Sauter was promoted from RCR's Busch Series program to take over the car but was released after 13 races and was replaced by Dave Blaney, who was released when Burton became available.
- He also drove for Tommy Baldwin Racing in Atlanta after medical issues forced Dave Blaney from the car.
- He got into much bigger trouble in the Pepsi 400 at Daytona, where he confronted a Winston Cup official after ignoring a black flag, which he had received for an illegal pass on Dave Blaney.
- For 2011, TBR signed Dave Blaney, who Baldwin had worked with at Bill Davis Racing, to drive the No.
- 7 was taken by Dave Blaney of Tommy Baldwin Racing.
- After thirteen races, he was replaced by Dave Blaney, but later attempted two races in Childress' No.
- Blaney is the only son and middle child of Lisa and Dave Blaney.
- Dave Blaney and J. J. Yeley also ran races in the car.
- For the second straight year, his team changed owners' points (purchasing them from Dave Blaney and Bill Davis Racing this time) to guarantee him a starting spot in the first five races.
- The baby boy was 7 pounds, 7 ounces and born at 7:00 a.m. McDowell next attempted the April 2009 race at Talladega for Prism Motorsports in the Sprint Cup Series, as regular driver Dave Blaney had a family obligation.
- At Kentucky, brief controversy hit Busch as on lap 48, he was responsible for causing a seven car wreck that was instigated when he went down on the apron, then came back up the track and turned Brad Keselowski approaching turn 1, causing Keselowski to shoot up the track and collect several more cars including Greg Biffle, Travis Kvapil and Dave Blaney.
- A third-generation racer and son of then-Cup Series driver Dave Blaney, Blaney started his racing career in quarter midget racing, winning his first race at age 9; he also competed, and won, in Bandolero cars at a young age.
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