Car and Team
 

 #93 JGL Racing Dodge


 Team Owners:
 Gregg Mixon & James Whitner
 Car Owner:
 JGL Racing
 Sponsors:
 Smith Transport
 
 
  
 Type of Car:
 Dodge
 
 History
 Mike Wallace has raced a variety of cars and trucks throughout his career. This page is dedicated to all of the friends and sponsors who helped make Mike Wallace Racing what it is today.
 
  

#4 GEICO

Mike Wallace ran the #4 GEICO Ford, owned by Fred Biagi, from 2002-2004 in the Busch Series for Biagi Brothers Racing. Mike won the Winn-Dixie 250 for this team in July of 2004 at Daytona International Speedway.

  

#4 LUCAS Oil Chevrolet

The #4 Lucas Oil Chevrolet Monte Carlo, owned by Morgan McClure Motorsports, was driven by Mike Wallace in 2005.

  

#09 Miccosukee

Already signed on to run Phoenix's Cup car, Miccosukee Resorts Dodge, owned by James Finch, signed Wallace to be their full-time driver for the remainder of 2006 Nextel Cup Series, and has had three top-five finishes. Mike Wallace drove the #09 Miccosukee gaming Chevrolet to a 4th place finish in the Daytona 500 in 2007, in the Nextel Cup Series race.

  

#7 Nations Rent Ford

Mike raced the #7 Nations Rent Ford, owned by Jim Smith, for the first half of the 2001 Nextel Cup Series season.
  

#90 Heilig Myers Ford

Mike ran the #90 Heilig Myers Ford, Junie Donleavy, in the Nextel Cup Series during the 1994-1996. Mike also ran this car in the 1995 Winston Open.
  

#2 ASE Ford Truck

Mike ran the #2 ASE Ford, owned by Jim Smith, in the Craftsman Truck Series. He had four wins between 1999-2000. The wins came at the inaugural Craftsman Truck race at Daytona International Speedway, and also at Pikes Peak, Homestead, and Bakersfield.
  

#1 Miccosukee Dodge

Mike raced the #1 Miccosukee Dodge, owned by James Finch, during the second half of the 2006 season in the Busch Series.
  

#12 Mobil 1

Mike raced the Mobile 1 #12 car in the Nextel Cup Series in 2001 for Penske Racing. Mike raced this car to a 2nd place finish at Phoenix.

  

#33 AT&T Monte Carlo

Mike raced the colorful #33 AT&T Monte Carlo for Andy Petree in 2002, and yes that is Carrottop on the hood!

  

#52 Federated Parts Chevrolet Truck

Mike raced the #52 Federated Parts Chevrolet Truck in 1997 in the Craftsman Truck Series. Mike finished in the top ten in the last 4 races of the season, including a 2nd place finish at California.
  

#7 GEICO Camry

Mike Wallace joined the ranks of Toyota racers for the 2008 season. He was behind the wheel of the #7 GEICO Camry, as part of the Camry's second season in NASCAR. The Camry made its debut in NASCAR competition in 2007, earning two victories in the Busch Series.