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Sentences forJR Motorsports
- Following the season, Kevin Meendering from JR Motorsports replaced Knaus as crew chief of Johnson's team, with Knaus moving to the No. 24 team in 2019.
- The No. 5 team moved to JR Motorsports in 2008, and featured eight drivers, including Johnson and Earnhardt Jr., and four primary sponsors in its first year.
- His race team outside of DEI, JR Motorsports, in 2005 fielded a car in the USAR Hooters ProCup Series, winning once and qualifying for the Four Champions playoff.
- Custer and the No. 00 team moved to JR Motorsports in 2015, although remaining a part of the Haas stable, the Haas truck team was shut down.
- Cassill and Stanley would move to the 88 under the JR Motorsports banner for 2008.
- Bowyer returned to the Nationwide Series, now known as the Xfinity Series, at Chicagoland, driving the No. 88 for JR Motorsports.
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