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  • In 2007, six out of the top ten drivers in the final point standings were Cup regulars, with Jason Leffler being the only non-Cup driver in that group to win a race in 2007.NASCAR Xfinity Series-Wikipedia
  • Ultra Motorsports Truck Series driver Jason Leffler was named the interim driver.Richard Petty Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • 11 FedEx Chevrolet for the 2006 season, after Jason Leffler was released, and made seven starts in the Cup series in 2005.Denny Hamlin-Wikipedia
  • Jason Leffler, who had driven for JGR in the Busch series, was signed to drive the No.Joe Gibbs Racing-Wikipedia
  • After Jason Leffler's death in 2013, the 11 team paid tribute to their former driver by running a white FedEx scheme at Michigan similar to the one Leffler ran in 2005.Joe Gibbs Racing-Wikipedia
  • In 2004, Jason Leffler ran a single race in the Haas No.Stewart-Haas Racing-Wikipedia

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