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- Jeffrey Earnhardt made his Sprint Cup debut at Richmond, running the full race and finishing 40th, 13 laps behind the leaders.
- Jeffrey Earnhardt was brought on for the next race at Daytona, bringing home an 11th-place finish in the crash filled race.
- 42 car took advantage of Jeffrey Earnhardt being spun out by Daniel Hemric on the final lap and limped across the finish line in 25th place, securing him in the top 12.
- 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.
- 83 at the Richmond fall race, while Jeffrey Earnhardt drove at the Talladega fall race with sponsorship from Starter Clothing Line.
- For 2011, Jeffrey Earnhardt was to run for the Rookie of the Year title in the No.
- 15 was moved to a limited schedule with Jeffrey Earnhardt driving at Bristol with Sam's Club.
- Jeffrey Earnhardt, the 4th generation driver of the Earnhardt family, made his series debut at Gateway.
- RWR later signed developmental driver Jeffrey Earnhardt, the grandson of Dale Earnhardt.
- In January 2018, StarCom Racing announced that they had secured a charter for the 2018 Cup Series season and will run the full schedule with Cope and Jeffrey Earnhardt serving for the majority of the schedule.
- 33 Chevrolet SS for Circle Sport – The Motorsports Group for Sonoma, replacing Jeffrey Earnhardt.
- During the 2014 season's Subway Firecracker 250 at Daytona, DiBenedetto replaced Jeffrey Earnhardt in the No.
- Jeffrey Earnhardt's engine expired early, taking him to the garage.
- 93 at Talladega's Hellmann's 500 as Jeffrey Earnhardt was in the No.
- He then joined JD Motorsports in 2015, replacing Jeffrey Earnhardt.
- Coming to the end of the second stage, Truex had the lead, but on the last lap Kevin Harvick got into the wall after contact with Austin Dillon and caused a big cloud of smoke and drivers including Truex, Kurt Busch, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Jeffrey Earnhardt all had trouble and Kyle Busch was able to sneak through and was credited for the Stage 2 victory.
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