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Sentences forJ. J. Yeley
- After purchasing the assets, they ran a No. 23 car for the rest of the season, driven primarily by J. J. Yeley from NY Racing.
- In August, Busch announced that he would be joining Joe Gibbs Racing for the 2008 season, replacing J. J. Yeley in the No. 18 Toyota.
- J. J. Yeley ran the 2005 season opener at Daytona, as part of his development deal with JGR.
- Only two drivers, Tony Stewart (1995) and J. J. Yeley (2003), have achieved the triple crown in a single season.
- He also served as a test driver for Gibbs teammates J. J. Yeley and Denny Hamlin when their Nextel Cup and Busch Series schedules conflicted.
- J. J. Yeley ran 4 races with a best finish of 25th.
- During the Camping World 300 at California Speedway, Keselowski was involved in an accident involving A. J. Allmendinger and J. J. Yeley.
- J. J. Yeley and Tony Furr served as the driver and crew chief, respectively.
- Matt Kenseth looked to have the race locked up until J. J. Yeley spun on lap 222 and cut Kenseth's 2-second lead.
- Stewart has won USAC car owner titles in the Silver Crown division in 2002 and 2003 with J. J. Yeley, in 2004 with Dave Steele and 2010 and 2011 with Levi Jones of Olney, IL.
- Tony Raines and J. J. Yeley would run single races in the car, while Blaney was in the No. 37 car.
- J. J. Yeley was hired by TBR to drive for Max Q. Regular TBR driver Dave Blaney also ran one race for Max Q. Yeley moved to TBR's No. 36 car in 2013, while Max Q shut down.
- In February 2014, Sorenson announced that he would be running his first full Sprint Cup Series schedule since 2009, driving the No. 36 Chevrolet for Tommy Baldwin Racing, replacing J. J. Yeley.
- Kvapil stuck with FRM in the Cup Series, driving their No. 38 for most races, except in several late-season races, J. J. Yeley swapped rides with Kvapil several times, with the latter driving FRM's start and park No. 55.
- Dave Blaney and J. J. Yeley also ran races in the car.
- For 2007, J. J. Yeley was named the new driver of the No. 1, but struggled and only had one top-ten finish and missed six races, with Benson, Marlin and Max Papis filling for most of those races.
- The race included a short red flag for a crash involving J. J. Yeley and Marcos Ambrose.
- Failed to qualify: J. J. Yeley (#96)
- Failed to qualify: Scott Riggs (#66), J. J. Yeley (#96)
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