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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.
- 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.
- Roush Fenway also has technical alliances with Front Row Motorsports, providing engines, chassis, and bodies as well as technical support.
- In January 2012, Ragan signed with Front Row Motorsports to drive the No. 34 Ford for the team in 2012.
- 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.
- The following week at Atlanta, he was announced as the substitute for David Ragan in the No. 34 CSX Ford for Front Row Motorsports.
- In January 2010 Front Row Motorsports and owner Bob Jenkins formed a partnership with Doug Yates to help him field Fords for the 2010 season.
- The next week, David Ragan was announced as interim driver, moving from his full-time ride at Front Row Motorsports.
- On November 24, 2017, Front Row Motorsports announced that McDowell would drive their No. 34 car full-time in 2018, replacing Landon Cassill.
- In August of that year, after being turned over to a trustee who oversaw the team's operations, BK Racing was liquidated, with the assets going to Front Row Motorsports.
- Left without a ride, Gilliland ended up attempting every remaining race in one of Front Row Motorsports’ three Fords, either the No. 34, the No. 37, or the No. 38; missing the show at Indy in the No. 38.
- Eventually, the #23 was sold in a bankruptcy auction to Front Row Motorsports and the primary driver for the rest of the season became JJ Yeley, the normal driver of NY Racing.
- Front Row Racing is going to victory lane at Talladega!
- In 2011, Rick Ware Racing allied with the No. 37 Front Row Motorsports/Max Q Motorsports Sprint Cup Team.
- Like Front Row Motorsports owner Bob Jenkins, principal owner Devine's many Burger King franchises allow him to advertise the brand on the cars when there is no outside sponsor.
- On September 13, it was announced that Gordon would be added into the Chase after it was found that Logano's team had collaborated with David Gilliland's Front Row Motorsports team for Gilliland to give up a spot to Logano so that Logano could secure his tenth-place position over Gordon.
- In early February 2012, it was announced that Cassill would drive for Front Row Motorsports in the 2012 Daytona 500, driving the No. 26 Ford, but the deal fell through as Cassill received a full-season offer.
- In 2016, Cassill joined Front Row Motorsports, driving the No. 38 Ford Fusion.
- In 2010, Kvapil returned to a full-time ride in the Long John Silver's-sponsored Ford for Front Row Motorsports.
- Whitt did not return to the No. 26 for the 2015 season, moving to the No. 35 at Front Row Motorsports.
- He also briefly drove part-time for Front Row Motorsports.
- Andretti drove for Front Row Motorsports in 2008, driving the No. 34 Chevrolet Impala SS in the Sprint Cup Series.
- Todd, a two-time consecutive champion in what is now the ARCA Menards Series East, competes full-time in the Truck Series in the No. 38 Ford F-150 for Front Row Motorsports, which has an alliance with DGR, his family team.
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