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  • After departing BK Racing following his worst career points finish, Ragan returned to Front Row Motorsports, where he drove from 2012 to 2015, to drive the No. 38.David Ragan-Wikipedia
  • At Loudon, Yeley drove the No. 38 Front Row Motorsports entry in place of Travis Kvapil, who was unable to make the race due to his Truck Series commitments.J. J. Yeley-Wikipedia
  • Roush Fenway also has technical alliances with Front Row Motorsports, providing engines, chassis, and bodies as well as technical support.Roush Fenway Racing-Wikipedia
  • In January 2012, Ragan signed with Front Row Motorsports to drive the No. 34 Ford for the team in 2012.David Ragan-Wikipedia
  • After BK's bankruptcy auction, Front Row Motorsports was awarded BK's assets and NY Racing continued their collaboration with Front Row to season's end before both teams parted ways.J. J. Yeley-Wikipedia
  • Current Roush-Yates clients include Team Penske (TP), Wood Brothers Racing (WBR), Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR), Front Row Motorsports (FRM), and Go FAS Racing (GFR).Roush Fenway Racing-Wikipedia

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