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American professional stock car racing driver and team owner of B. J. McLeod Motorsports and Live Fast Motorsports. Wikipedia
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Sentences forB. J. McLeod
- After Charlotte, B. J. McLeod starting driving the No. 8 in every race besides the Daytona July race when Green returned to the team for one race.
- After Watkins Glen in August, Kennedy was replaced as Circle Sport's primary No. 33 driver with a series of drivers, including Mike Bliss and B. J. McLeod.
- On February 3, 2016, team owner B. J. McLeod said that the team fielded two full-time cars, including the No. 78 Ford Mustang driven by himself.
- Jimmy Weller III and B. J. McLeod also ran one race each in No. 15.
- Heckert's first season in the series, 2013, saw him log only two top ten finishes for team owner B. J. McLeod.
- In the Daytona 500, Johnson ran up front most of the race, but when he came to pit road with around 40 to go, B. J. McLeod and Cody Ware's cars spun behind him and hit him in the left rear.
- The team is owned by B. J. McLeod and his wife Jessica.
- After the 2016 season, team owner B. J. McLeod hinted at King running full-time in 2017 contingent on sponsorship.
- On October 23, 2020, Tifft and B. J. McLeod purchased Archie St. Hilare's half of Go Fas Racing's charter.
- In 2020, with his racing career in question due to a past brain tumor and a diagnosis of epilepsy, he became part owner of Live Fast Motorsports with B. J. McLeod.
- Ware increased his Cup schedule in 2019 to 13 races, which also included the Daytona 500; in the race, he and RWR teammate B. J. McLeod crashed while several cars were entering pit road, causing him to finish 39th.
- On May 13, 2020, B. J. McLeod announced that his team, B. J. McLeod Motorsports, would be running part-time in the Cup Series with him as the driver.
- B. J. McLeod start and parked the car at Charlotte.
- In late-2020, it was announced that Joe Falk would partner with B. J. McLeod and Matt Tifft to field a Cup Series car full-time with Circle Sport's charter, and that Tifft would be involved in the ownership of the team.
- The team currently fields the No. 78 Ford for driver/owner B. J. McLeod, in a technical alliance with Stewart-Haas Racing.
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