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- Nemechek also returned to Xfinity competition, driving the No. 13 for MBM Motorsports, and the No. 17 for Mike Harmon Racing.
- Hill returned at Kentucky, but has not run the Truck since and later moved to MBM Motorsports in the Xfinity Series.
- He made his first Xfinity Series (previously Nationwide) start of the season at Texas in the No. 13 for Carl Long's MBM Motorsports team.
- 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.
- In November, Starr made his return to the Cup Series at the 2017 AAA Texas 500, in which he drove the No. 66 Chevrolet for MBM Motorsports.
- In August, HRE partnered with MBM Motorsports to renumber the latter's No. 42 to the No. 61 for the Food City 300 at Bristol.
- In 2019, Gase joined MBM Motorsports to run the full Xfinity schedule in the team's No. 35 Toyota Supra.
- Bobby made his NASCAR debut in the Xfinity Series, driving the No. 40 Chevy Camaro for MBM Motorsports at Richmond in 2017.
- Likewise, White's MBM Motorsports team fielded the Nos.
- The run came in the No. 66 car for MBM Motorsports, whom he also drives for in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.
- One of HScott's cars from the No. 15 team was later purchased by MBM Motorsports in the off-season, in which MBM would use it to participate as a part-time team in the 2017 season.
- Bilicki also drove an Xfinity Series race at Michigan International Speedway for MBM Motorsports, finishing 27th.
- With all four of the Rick Ware cars taken, Smithley drove the No. 13 (previously No. 49) for MBM Motorsports, a team he made one Xfinity Series start for in 2017.
- In 2014, Long partnered with Derek White to form Motorsports Business Management, fielding a team in the Nationwide Series under the name MBM Motorsports.
- After one season with JD, Leicht moved over to Carl Long's MBM Motorsports No. 13 car for 2020.
- 13 and 66 Toyota Supras for MBM Motorsports.
- Teague ran the No. 13 Automated Building Systems Toyota for MBM Motorsports.
- The No. 13 had been taken by MBM Motorsports when Cobb didn't field her Xfinity team in 2013 and 2014.
- At New Hampshire Motor Speedway in July, Martins announced that he would leave BJMM for MBM Motorsports after the New Hampshire race for a partial slate in the back half of the 2019 Xfinity Series season.
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