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- The 3 car ran five East Series races in 2009 sponsored by longtime RCR partner Mom N' Pops, with Austin Dillon running two races and brother Ty Dillon running three.
- In the main feature, he would dominate and win the race holding off Ty Dillon for his first Xfinity win since 2010 and his first for JR Motorsports.
- Dillon and his younger brother Ty Dillon drove the No. 3 in various lower level competitions for several years, including the Camping World East Series.
- Logano also was running at the finish in every single race in 2019, alongside Ty Dillon as the only two to accomplish the feat.
- The No. 33 car returned in 2013 mainly driven by Harvick and Ty Dillon.
- On November 28, 2016, Germain announced that Ty Dillon would replace Mears in the No. 13 starting in 2017.
- On August 8, at Watkins Glen, Smith started a fight against Ty Dillon when Dillon dumped him in turn one costing him in a great finish.
- At Iowa in July, Jones scored his third win of the season, leading the most laps and passing Ty Dillon for the lead with 15 laps to go.
- The win was however controversial as Elliott made contact with leader Ty Dillon in the last corner.
- In 2016, Circle Sport - Leavine Family Racing, as part of the Circle Sport merger, agreed to have Ty Dillon drive the No. 95 for the 2016 Daytona 500.
- Smith ran the full 2016 schedule for TBR with the exception of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 400, for which he was replaced by Ty Dillon as he flew to North Carolina to await the birth of his child.
- Beginning at Gateway after a 4 race break, Nemechek start and parked the No. 87 until the end of the season, skipping only Eldora and Martinsville where he gave up the ride for Ty Dillon, who brought sponsorship to run the full race.
- The No. 95 attempted all 36 races, with McDowell returning to run in at least 26 events with sponsorship from K-Love and Thrivent, and Ty Dillon driving in at max 10 races, with sponsorship from General Mills and AstraZeneca.
- On October 21, 2017 it was announced that Ty Dillon would run in the 87 at Martinsville Speedway without start and parking.
- The team last fielded the No. 13 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE full-time for Ty Dillon.
- Stewart was replaced by Brian Vickers and Ty Dillon.
- Then, Buescher followed up that second-place finish with another top five finish, fourth, in the Hisense 250 at Atlanta giving him a tie for the points lead with fellow competitor Ty Dillon.
- Ty Dillon, grandson of racing legend Richard Childress, began driving the No. 13 GEICO Chevrolet in the 2017 season.
- Wallace was replaced by Ty Dillon in the 2021 Busch Clash, as Bubba was not eligible to compete in the race.
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