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- Kligerman finished 11th in points in 2011, but was released from BKR midway through the 2012 season, being replaced by Ryan Blaney.
- Truex used advantage of his fresh tires and got by rookie Ryan Blaney on the final restart, winning the race, his third win of the season.
- 48. At Watkins Glen, Johnson finished 19th after being spun out by Ryan Blaney, leading to an argument between the two after the race.
- Menard scored a win in August at Road America in his native Wisconsin, taking the lead on pit strategy and holding off Ryan Blaney.
- He followed that up with a second place finish in his duel, losing to teammate Ryan Blaney.
- The race was primarily a duel between him and Ryan Blaney.
- On July 26, 2017, Menard was announced as the replacement for Ryan Blaney in the No.
- At Iowa in May, Hornish won the Get To Know Newton 250, beating Ryan Blaney's 22 for his third career win.
- At Kansas, Truex battled with Ryan Blaney all night and led the most laps with 104, beating out Blaney.
- Ryan Blaney, the son of NASCAR driver Dave Blaney pulled off an upset by winning that event.
- Also in August 2015, Menard took the checkers at Road America, holding off Blake Koch and Ryan Blaney for his third Xfinity Series win.
- Truex was able to score his first multi-win season as he won the Southern 500 at Darlington and then scored off a victory at Chicagoland passing leader Ryan Blaney with 4 laps to go.
- With Blaney's son Ryan's career having reached a level in which it no longer needed family funding, Dave went into semi-retirement after 2013.
- Ryan Blaney was announced as the No.
- He finished 15th in the final points standings with his best finish of 2nd coming at Talladega in October after losing the lead to Ryan Blaney in a photo-finish by .007 seconds, the 6th closest finish in NASCAR history.
- Ryan Blaney is the defending winner, having won it in 2019.
- Ryan Blaney then took over driving duties at Richmond in his first of six races with the team.
- Ryan Blaney became the first driver to win the first Roval Cup race.
- At the inaugural Charlotte Roval race, Johnson was close to overtaking Martin Truex Jr. for the win, but he locked his brakes on turn 17 and spun out of control, taking Truex with him while Ryan Blaney passed them to cross the finish line.
- 21 driven by Ryan Blaney, as they had purchased the No.
- A Cup drivers-only coverage, he worked alongside Erik Jones and Ryan Blaney.
- His son, Ryan Blaney, is also a NASCAR competitor.
- 36 Chevrolet in eight races for drivers Ryan Blaney (son of then-TBR Cup Series driver Dave), Ryan Truex, and Bobby Santos III.
- On lap 59 of the Daytona 500, he got caught up in a wreck started by Ryan Blaney, and Ricky Stenhouse Jr., which also involved his teammate William Byron, Erik Jones, Daniel Suárez, Trevor Bayne, and Ty Dillon and ended up 38th.
- Other notable drivers who participated in the series include Ryan Blaney, Kevin Harvick, Brendan Gaughan, Derrike Cope, Chad Little and David Gilliland.
- The team would later sign SealWrap, a partner of Dave and son Ryan Blaney, and Widow Wax for eight races, while Golden Corral would return for the remaining three restrictor plate races.
- The driver commentators were Kevin Harvick (lap-by-lap), Joey Logano, Clint Bowyer (color analysts), Erik Jones, Ryan Blaney, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. (pit road), Danica Patrick and Denny Hamlin (Hollywood Hotel).
- The booth team of Harvick, Logano and Bowyer was retained, Erik Jones, Ryan Blaney, Darrell Wallace, Jr. (pit road) was also retained, Brad Keselowski, Ricky Stenhouse Jr., and Chad Knaus hosted from the Charlotte studios.
- The series has also had several notable NASCAR drivers throughout the years, including Ryan Blaney, Kevin Harvick, Brendan Gaughan, Derrike Cope, Chad Little and David Gilliland.
- The scheme remained for the remainder of 2011 and into 2012, a slight alteration remained in 2013 and 2014 and remained the same after a driver change from Bayne to Ryan Blaney, as of 2018 the scheme remained with Motorcraft and it is driven by Paul Menard.
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