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- McMurray drove for six of the remaining seven races, except for the Old Dominion 500 at Martinsville, with Mike Bliss driving as scheduled in the No.
- Mike Bliss was next to tackle the ride, and he performed decently, winning at Martinsville but only finishing 9th in points.
- Mike Bliss drove several races for JGR in 2004 in a No.
- After several months, it was announced that Foyt would hire rookie Mike Bliss as driver of the No.
- Hamlin ran the full season in 2005 after he replaced Mike Bliss in the No.
- After he moved to the 18, Gibbs was replaced by Mike Bliss and Rockwell Automation came aboard as a sponsor.
- After finishing 40th at Phoenix, Burton was released by Haas and was replaced by Mike Bliss.
- Go Fas planned to use Mike Bliss as the primary driver for the rest of the schedule, although a variety of drivers will run the car like in prior seasons.
- Eric McClure crashed hard after contact with teammate Mike Bliss, requiring a trip to the hospital.
- 40 team finished eighth in owner's points, while Marlin was 18th in driver's points, because of substitute drivers Jamie McMurray and Mike Bliss, who continued to earn owner points for the No.
- He was right behind Mike Bliss on the last lap.
- In 2010, veteran Mike Bliss was hired to drive the No.
- Former TBR driver Mike Bliss drove the No.
- Veteran Mike Bliss drove at both Kentucky and Loudon with Dr Pepper on the car.
- Mike Bliss also filled in for the team on occasion.
- Lap 86, green flag pit stops ensue; Mike Bliss (No.
- Green signed with Haas CNC Racing and became the successor of Mike Bliss in the No.
- Mike Bliss drove the car after McDowell left the team.
- Mike Bliss drove the No.
- Mike Bliss took over the No.
- Mike Bliss returned to the No.
- On May 23, 2009, Mike Bliss scored his second career Nationwide win and eleventh win for the team at Lowe's Motor Speedway by taking advantage of fuel mileage and a race-ending caution near the end of the race because of rain.
- For 2012, FAS Lane Racing ran full-time in 2012 with Terry Labonte running 4 races with C&J Energy as the sponsor, Mike Bliss running 7 races with U.S. Chrome and Air National Guard as the sponsors, Ken Schrader running in 9 races with Federated Auto Parts as the sponsor, Boris Said running in 2 races, Reed Sorenson in select races, and other select drivers and sponsors for the remaining 13 races.
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