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.


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.