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- 2003 NCTS Champion Travis Kvapil returned to the Truck Series in 2007, and won four races en route to a sixth-place finish in points.
- He finished sixth in points, runner-up to Travis Kvapil for Rookie of the Year honors.
- At Talladega, he went a lap down early after some banging with Travis Kvapil.
- Keselowski won his first career pole for the race, and led sixty-two laps, but got turned around by Travis Kvapil as they fought for the lead with ten laps to go.
- J. J. Yeley and Travis Kvapil split time between the 38 and 55 cars the remainder of the year.
- For 2010, Travis Kvapil was the primary driver of the No.
- Travis Kvapil would take over driving duties after Ricky Rudd's departure at the end of 2007.
- The 2004 race marked the first win for Toyota in a national NASCAR series when Travis Kvapil won for Bang! Racing.
- Former Truck Series champion Travis Kvapil was hired to drive at Daytona.
- Travis Kvapil would be in the car full-time, with the car switching to No.
- 38 Ford Fusion, filling in for Travis Kvapil (who was driving in a Truck Series event at Texas).
- Travis Kvapil DNQ'd at Lowes Motor Speedway.
- This race is notable when Travis Kvapil went upside down after clipping Rich Bickle's 59 car off of Turn 2, and the car slid all the way down the backstretch in the turn three grass.
- 73 car for full-time driver Travis Kvapil, qualifying 33rd and finishing 32nd.
- Travis Kvapil along with Hamilton Jr. and Butler all led laps during the season.
- In 2007, another 3 wide finish between Travis Kvapil, Johnny Benson, and Jack Sprague who won the race; the margin of victory was 0.031 seconds (second closest finish).
- Former BK driver Travis Kvapil, scheduled to drive the No.
- Travis Kvapil took over the No.
- Ted Musgrave won the final 250-mile race ahead of Travis Kvapil in 2001.
- Travis Kvapil pulled off a "Talladega Surprise" and won the pole position.
- However, the performance of the team was not good enough to make the top 35 in points, and the team ran with various drivers for the rest of the year; Jimmy Spencer (both Pocono races) and Travis Kvapil (at road courses) also drove the car.
- Travis Kvapil led one lap and finished 7th in his No.
- At Loudon in September, Travis Kvapil was scheduled to return to BK's No.
- At Kentucky, brief controversy hit Busch as on lap 48, he was responsible for causing a seven car wreck that was instigated when he went down on the apron, then came back up the track and turned Brad Keselowski approaching turn 1, causing Keselowski to shoot up the track and collect several more cars including Greg Biffle, Travis Kvapil and Dave Blaney.
- 37 was mostly a start and park entry in 2009, although the team ran the full race at Daytona with Tony Raines when they picked up sponsorship from Gander Mountain, and also Homestead with Travis Kvapil when Miccosukee Indian Gaming & Resort sponsored the team after David Stremme failed to qualify in the Phoenix Racing entry.
- Meanwhile, owner Devine stated that Cassill's demands to be the team's number-one driver led contract negotiations to go sour, while claiming teammates Travis Kvapil and David Reutimann were content with sharing two rides among three drivers.
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