|Birthdate||April 5, 1965|
|Car Team||0 - Haas CNC Racing|
|Prev Cup Pos||49th|
|Best Cup Pos||39th - 2000 (Winston Cup)|
|First Race||1998 NAPA Autocare 500 (Martinsville)|
Mike Bliss (born April 5, 1965) is an auto racer. He is a Milwaukie, Oregon native who began racing at age 10. 1993 marked his first major victory when Mike captured the USAC Silver Crown National Championship.
In 1995 he had several notable performances and victories, including finishing within the top 10 in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series. Mike won the championship in the Craftsman Truck Series in 2002. In 2003 Bliss entered the NASCAR Busch Series and ended the season in 10th place. The next year he would score his first victory in the series, while finishing 5th in points.
In late 2004, Mike Bliss replaced Ward Burton in the #0 NetZero Best Buy Chevrolet Monte Carlo in the Nextel Cup. He now drives the car full time for Haas CNC Racing, owned by Gene Haas. In late 2005, he announced he would not return for another season in the car.