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Mike Bliss

American racecar driver Michael Bliss was born on April 5, 1965, in Milwakie, Ore. He began racing at the age of 10. In 1993, he won his first major victory the USAC Silver National Championship. He began racing in NASCAR in 1995. He picked up five wins and won the Truck series championship in 2002. Bliss picked up his first Busch win at Lowe's Motor Speedway in 2004. Five years later, he picked up his second nationwide win at the speedway.
American racecar driver Michael Bliss was born on April 5, 1965, in Milwakie, Ore. He began racing at the age of 10. In 1993, he won his first major victory the USAC Silver National Championship. He began racing in NASCAR in 1995. He picked up five wins and won the Truck series championship in 2002. Bliss picked up his first Busch win at Lowe's Motor Speedway in 2004. Five years later, he picked up his second nationwide win at the speedway. « Show less

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  • Ryan Blaney captures first career NASCAR Nationwide Series victory

    Ryan Blaney captures first career NASCAR Nationwide Series victory
    It wasn't a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series competitor that the NASCAR Nationwide Series field had to worry about at Kentucky Speedway. Instead, it was a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series standout in Ryan Blaney who stole the show and won Saturday night's...
  • Matt Kenseth surges to third 2013 victory at Darlington; Bowyer battles back to finish 11th

    Matt Kenseth surges to third 2013 victory at Darlington; Bowyer battles back to finish 11th
    Unsinkable. Unsinkable Matt Kenseth capped a banner week for unsinkable Joe Gibbs Racing with a victory in Saturday night's Bojangles' Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway with a substitute crew chief on his pit box—the unsinkable Wally Brown....
  • Late pass gives Kyle Busch NASCAR Nationwide Series victory from the pole at Charlotte

    Late pass gives Kyle Busch NASCAR Nationwide Series victory from the pole at Charlotte
    Status quo. Kyle Busch won from the Coors Light pole—as he almost always does—and the race for the NASCAR Nationwide Series championship remained excruciating tight. Busch held off charging series leader Austin Dillon in Friday night&...
  • Denny Hamlin wins second straight pole at the Monster Mile; Bowyer starts 15th

    Denny Hamlin wins second straight pole at the Monster Mile; Bowyer starts 15th
    A broken back hasn't slowed Denny Hamlin down, as his competitors in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series learned once again during Friday's qualifying session for Sunday's FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks at Dover International Speedway. Sidelined for five...
  • Pit strategy propels Joey Logano to third straight victory at Dover

    Pit strategy propels Joey Logano to third straight victory at Dover
    In a race that was won by a choice on pit road, rather than by speed on the race track, Joey Logano parlayed a strategic late-race call into victory in Saturday's 5-Hour Energy 200 Nationwide Series race at Dover International Speedway.   Logano...
  • Brian Vickers pulls off surprise victory in Cup race at Loudon; Bowyer battles to 13th

    Brian Vickers pulls off surprise victory in Cup race at Loudon; Bowyer battles to 13th
    Surprise! The Michael Waltrip Racing driver almost everyone expected to win at New Hampshire Motor Speedway wasn’t in Victory Lane. But his part-time teammate was. Making the most of his limited stint in MWR’s No. 55 Toyota, Brian Vickers...
  • 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers

    Car | Driver | Make | Sponsor | Team | Crew Chief 43 | A.J. Allmendinger | Ford | Best Buy | Richard Petty Motorsports | Mike Shiplett 9 | Marcos Ambrose | Ford | Stanley | Richard Petty Motorsports | Todd Parrott 21 | Trevor Bayne | Ford | Motorcraft/...
  • 2011 NASCAR Nationwide Series Drivers

    Car | Driversort icon | Sponsor | Make 139 | Alan Tardiff | Renton Coil Spring | Ford 27 | Alex Kennedy | National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund/Sacred Power | Ford 27 | Andrew Ranger | Quebec Dodge Dealer Association | Dodge 92 | Andy...
  • 2011 Drivers in the three NASCAR racing series -- Sprint Cup, Nationwide and Camping World Trucks

    SPRINT CUP SERIES Car | Driver | Make | Sponsor | Team | Crew Chief 43 | A.J. Allmendinger | Ford | Best Buy | Richard Petty Motorsports | Mike Shiplett 9 | Marcos Ambrose | Ford | Stanley | Richard Petty Motorsports | Todd Parrott 21 | Trevor Bayne |...
  • List of 2011 NASCAR drivers and each of their series teams

    This is an alphabetical list of every driver running in each of the three NASCAR series -- the Sprint Cup, Nationwide and/or Camping World Truck series. Drivers running in two or all three series have all their teams listed below them. See who's running...
  • Kasey Kahne edges Harvick for Martinsville Cup pole

    Kasey Kahne edges Harvick for Martinsville Cup pole
    Kasey Kahne proved once again that he's a fast starter, but he's still in dire need of a strong finish. With a 97.128 mph (19.496 seconds) lap in Saturday's time trials, Kahne edged Kevin Harvick (97.048 mph) for the top starting spot in Sunday's Goody's...