Byline: Mike Mulhern
Feb. 28--For the past two seasons, the focus in the Joe Gibbs camp has been on superstar Tony Stewart, the 2005 Nextel Cup champion, and Denny Hamlin, last year's rookie sensation.
But what about the third guy, J. J. Yeley?
Well, maybe this will be his season. His first two runs of the year, a 12th in the Daytona 500, and a 13th on Sunday in the Auto Club 500, were not headline-grabbers, but they do look like the start of something good.
"We probably weren't the quickest for the first two or three laps, but on a long run it was a lot of fun to drive," Yeley said of Sunday's run. "The car turned all day and still had pretty good forward grip. When you get a car to do both of those things, you've done …