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Sentences forJoe Gibbs Racing
- 54 Nationwide Series team with Joe Gibbs Racing as part of a multi-year contract extension with the team, he continued to field his own No.
- In what proved to be a temporary retirement, Gibbs pursued an interest in NASCAR by founding Joe Gibbs Racing.
- To date, he is the most successful driver for Joe Gibbs Racing with 33 wins and 2 championships (2002 and 2005).
- In August, Busch announced that he would be joining Joe Gibbs Racing for the 2008 season, replacing J. J. Yeley in the No.
- 18 and 20 for his cup team Joe Gibbs Racing, the No.
- In 2013, Kenseth returned to the Nationwide Series for 16 races driving Joe Gibbs Racing's No.
- He had stepped away from full-time racing after the 2017 season after a career racing for Roush Fenway Racing and Joe Gibbs Racing.
- Also dead were the plane's pilots, Richard Tracy and Elizabeth Morrison, Joe Jackson, director of the DuPont Motorsports program, and Scott Lathram, who worked for Joe Gibbs Racing as a helicopter pilot.
- He was in second at the start of the race, behind the Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota of Denny Hamlin.
- On September 4, 2012, it was officially announced that Kenseth would be joining Joe Gibbs Racing for the 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season, driving the No.
- Rumors arose of Edwards potentially joining Joe Gibbs Racing, which were confirmed on August 19, 2014 with Edwards signing a multi-year deal to drive the No.
- 18 Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing, part-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, driving the No.
- Sadler continued on the success from KHI, finishing second in the 2012 drivers championship for the second year in a row to Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. Even though Sadler scored four wins, it was announced in September that he turned down an extension offered by Childress to continue in the second tier series; he and sponsor OneMain Financial moved to Joe Gibbs Racing in 2013, which included a start in the Cup Series.
- 20 Joe Gibbs Racing car, under crew chief Greg Zipadelli with The Home Depot as the primary sponsor.
- It was rumored for many months that Edwards would go over to Joe Gibbs Racing to take over the No.
- On July 8, 2008, it was reported that Stewart was released from the last year of his contract with Joe Gibbs Racing, primarily because JGR had switched from Chevrolet to Toyota, and Stewart was vocal about his loyalty to Chevrolet (which sponsors his USAC Midget, Sprint Car, and Silver Crown teams).
- This was Joe Gibbs Racing's 100th win in the NASCAR Sprint Cup series.
- 20 for Joe Gibbs Racing on Friday night.
- In 2004, while competing full-time in Late Model Stock Cars, Hamlin was signed to a driver development contract with Joe Gibbs Racing.
- Later that month, it was announced that primary sponsor Stanley Black & Decker would depart the team for Joe Gibbs Racing.
- He and his teammate Ryan Newman got by Joe Gibbs Racing rivals, Tony Stewart and Kurt's brother Kyle on the final lap and Kurt decided to instead of trying for the win himself, push Newman to victory.
- The Home Depot has been a major sponsor for Joe Gibbs Racing in NASCAR since 1999.
- 18 Toyota Supra, both for Joe Gibbs Racing.
- Busch also ran in thirty Nationwide Series races during the 2008 season; he teamed with Denny Hamlin, Joey Logano and Tony Stewart helped win the 2008 Nationwide series owners' championship for Joe Gibbs Racing in the No.
- Busch started his association with Joe Gibbs Racing by leading the most laps in the 50th Daytona 500, finishing 4th, he posted another 4th-place finish the following week at Auto Club Speedway, becoming the series points leader for the first time in his career.
- 55 at the STP Gas Booster 500 because he drove for Joe Gibbs Racing's no.
- He beat his Joe Gibbs Racing teammate, Joey Logano, and Jeff Gordon to the finish line.
- 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.
- 19 Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing.
- The number 19 would later be reassigned by NASCAR to Humphrey Smith Racing (which used the 19 in the now-Xfinity Series as TriStar Motorsports), and has since moved again to Joe Gibbs Racing.
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