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- J. J. Yeley ran the 2005 season opener at Daytona, as part of his development deal with JGR.
- In August, Busch announced that he would be joining Joe Gibbs Racing for the 2008 season, replacing J. J. Yeley in the No.
- J. J. Yeley ran 4 races with a best finish of 25th.
- After Labonte's departure, Gibbs announced that JGR Busch Series driver and former USAC standout J. J. Yeley would replace him in the No.
- Only two drivers, Tony Stewart (1995) and J. J. Yeley (2003), have achieved the triple crown in a single season.
- They were upfront a couple of laps with J. J. Yeley drafting with them, but the engine let go to a 34th-place finish.
- 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.
- J. J. Yeley and Travis Kvapil split time between the 38 and 55 cars the remainder of the year.
- 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.
- During the Camping World 300 at California Speedway, Keselowski was involved in an accident involving A. J. Allmendinger and J. J. Yeley.
- He ended up qualifying for the next 2 plate races at Talladega in May and then Daytona in July and was going to drive in the Coca-Cola 600, but gave the ride to J.J. Yeley for unknown reason.
- 49. J. J. Yeley and Tony Furr served as the driver and crew chief, respectively.
- J. J. Yeley drove the car at the spring Texas race, and at Charlotte in May, Yeley returned to the #7 in the Brickyard 400.
- 23 as a Ford Fusion, with J. J. Yeley driving it.
- J. J. Yeley also ran a number of races in the 32.
- 36 Chevrolet for Tommy Baldwin Racing, replacing J. J. Yeley.
- In November 2003, JGR signed highly touted USAC Champion J. J. Yeley to a multi-year contract, beginning his stock car career with eight ARCA Menards Series events and 10-12 Busch Series races in the 2004 season.
- 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.
- After running 6 more races with Sorenson, one with J.J. Yeley at Martinsville and one with Jeffrey Earnhardt at the Coca-Cola 600, the 55 crew was moved to the No.
- Tony Raines and J. J. Yeley would run single races in the car, while Blaney was in the No.
- J. J. Yeley ran the No.
- On July 5, 2008, during the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona, Stewart started feeling ill and turned his car over to former Joe Gibbs Racing teammate J. J. Yeley, who took the car to a 20th-place finish after getting involved in two wrecks in the last 5 laps.
- Dave Blaney and J. J. Yeley also ran races in the car.
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