JJ Yeley

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JJ Yeley: 2021 Net Worth, Salary and Endorsements

Jimmy Jack Yeley is an American expert stock vehicle driver. Named after his father and a family friend, JJ Yeley contends as a part-timer in the NASCAR Cup Series, driving no. 27, 53 for Rick Ware Racing, no. 77 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE for Spire Motorsports, and the No. 7 Camaro for Tommy Baldwin Racing.

He additionally contends as a part-time racer in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, driving the No. 52 Chevrolet Camaro for Jimmy Means Racing.

In 2015, Yeley moved to BK Racing full time, supplanting Alex Bowman in the No. 23 Toyota. He likewise ran full time in the Xfinity Series for No. 28 Toyota for JGL Racing. In the spring of 2018, Yeley made his return to the No. 23 vehicle.

Yeley did not meet all requirements for the 2020 Daytona 500 in the wake of completing 21st in Duel 2 of the 2020 Bluegreen Vacations Duels. In August, he changed his focus Truck racing to run the Dover Triple Truck Challenge race with Reaume Brothers Racing.

He is one of just six drivers actually to win the USAC Triple Crown which incorporates any semblance of Pancho Carter, Tony Stewart, Dave Darland, Jerry Coons Jr., and Tracy Hines.

JJ Yeley: Stats and Championships

Yeley drove the full season in 2005 in the NASCAR Busch Series for Gibbs' No. 18 vehicle, posting twelve top-ten completes and finishing the season eleventh in focuses. After Jason Leffler left the team, Yeley, Xfinity Series partner Denny Hamlin, and Terry Labonte split the leftover races.

Yeley ran full seasons with Joe Gibbs Racing in both the Cup and Xfinity Series in 2006. He drove the No. 18 Chevy in the Nextel Cup Series, and the No. 18 Vigoro/Home Depot-supported Chevrolet in the Xfinity Series.

His 2007 season was loaded up with bits of gossip about being released from Joe Gibbs Racing. At the 2007 Coca-Cola 600, Yeley ended as a runners-up,? with Casey Mears winning the race. Gibbs additionally reported that Yeley would not return for 2008. Gibbs wound up marking Kyle Busch to drive the No. 18.

Yeley drove at Daytona in 2010 for Daisy Ramirez Motorsports in the Camping World Truck Series. This was the group's introduction, and he completed a profession best tenth in the wake of beginning 36th. Yeley was reported as the driver for the Whitney Motorsports No. 46 Cup Series vehicle on May 4, 2010.

Yeley hustled his way in the 2011 Daytona 500 in the Gatorade Duels for Whitney Motorsports, a group that couldn't qualify for the 2010 occasion. In 2012, Yeley drove with Robinson-Blakeney Racing. He was selected to drive the No. 49 Toyota in the Cup Series. He likewise drove the group's No. 28 Nationwide Series vehicle in that arrangement's season-opening race at Daytona.

In 2013, Yeley moved to Tommy Baldwin Racing to drive the No. 36 Chevrolet, with sponsorship from Golden Corral at races on superspeedways. United Mining, Accell Construction, and a few different organizations likewise filled in as the sponsor all through the season.

JJ Yeley: 2021 Net Worth

As per sources, the net worth of JJ Yeley is $1.4 Million.

Yeley signed a deal with Joe Gibbs Racing, beginning 17 of 34 races in the 2004 NASCAR Xfinity Series and accomplishing four Top 10 completions. He likewise contended in two Cup Series races in No. 11 vehicle and in the IROC arrangement.

JJ Yeley: Sponsors

Sponsors of JJ Yeley are DriveSmartWarranty.com, PODS Moving and Storage.

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How to contact JJ Yeley

Yeley is very active and highly popular on social media. As a result, it's the most accessible and easiest method to keep in touch with the Cup Series racer.

JJ is on all the popular social media platforms, such as Instagram,?Twitter, and Facebook.

Age44 Years
ResidencePhoenix, Arizona
TeamNos. 27/53/54 (Rick Ware Racing)

No. 77 (Spire Motorsports)

EndorsementsDriveSmartWarranty.com, PODS Moving & Storage
BirthdayOctober 5, 1976