2006 BUSCH SERIES TEAM/DRIVER CHART

Updated 11-14-2006

2006 Rookie of the Year Candidates

John Andretti - #10 Tracy Hines* Mark McFarland*
Kevin Conway - #40* Joel Kauffman - #12* Danny O'Quinn - #50
A.J. Foyt IV* Todd Kluever - #06 Chris Wimmer*
David Gilliland - #84* Burney Lamar - #77  
* not planning to run the full schedule


Drivers Looking for a Busch Series ride

Tim Andrews Ryan Hemphill Brandon Miller
Brad Baker Jason Jarrett Nate Monteith
Austin Cameron Eric Jones Billy Parker
Tim Fedawa Jason Keller Hank Parker Jr.
Blake Feese Travis Kittleston Shawna Robinson
A.J. Foyt IV Justin Labonte Brian Tyler
Tina Gordon Randy Lajoie Tyler Walker
Steve Grissom Jody Lavender Gus Wasson
Shane Hall Mark McFarland Chris Wimmer


TABLE KEYS

RED = New for 2006
* next to car number means a part time/limited schedule
? - Unknown
? name or sponsor - rumored/unknown


2006 BUSCH SERIES TEAM CHART
CAR# DRIVER MANU SPONSOR LISTED OWNER CREW CHIEF ENGINES
FULL TIME TEAMS
plan to attempt all races
00 Johnny Sauter Chevy Yellow Transportation
Haas Automation
Netzero, Best Buy
Gene Haas Robert “Bootie” Barker Hendrick
Yellow Freight moves to the team and the #44 becomes #00.
01 Jay Sauter
Dwayne Leik
Chevy Western Union Duesenberg & Leik Motorsports Fred Wanke Wegner
New team and sponsor for 2006
06 Todd Kluever
ROTY
Ford 3M Roush Racing Mike Kelley Roush-Yates
Rookie of the Year Candidate
0 Kertus Davis
Morgan Shepherd
P.J. Jones
Chris Wimmer
Chevy ?
RaceGirl
Davis Motorsports Adam Risher Barnes & Reese Racing Engines
Team is limited by sponsorship. Shepherd drove at Charlotte in May. Jones drove at Watkins Glen. Wimmer drove at Memphis.
1 Jason Keller
Mike Wallace
Cale Gale
Scott Pruett
Dodge Miccosukee Resort Gaming James Finch Mark Reno Elliott
Keller released following the April Nashville race. Gale debuted at the June Nashville race. Pruett drove at Watkins Glen.
2 Clint Bowyer Chevy AC Delco

Snap-On, Sikkens, GM Goodwrench, Sylvania,Timberland PRO
Richard Childress Dan Deeringhoff RCR
Bowyer will run a full Cup and Busch Season
4 Mark Green
Paul Tracy
Auggie Vidovich II
Boris Said
Kevin Hamlin
Dodge GEICO
BryMak
Biagi-DenBeste Racing Joe Dan Bailey Ilmor Engineering
Green brings Bry-Mak sponsorship to Biagi. Paul Tracy will run the Mexico City race. Green was released following Darlington and Vidovich was named the driver. Said drove at Lowe's in May. Hamlin drove at Daytona in June.
5 Kyle Busch
Justin Labonte
Chevy Lowe's
Kobalt, Spectracide, Sta-Green, Hitachi Power Tools, Shop-Vac, Pella
Rick Hendrick Chad Walter Hendrick
Busch will run a full Cup and Busch Season. Labonte drove at Memphis.
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Kasey Kahne
Scott Riggs
Jeremy Mayfield
Erin Crocker
Boris Said
Dodge Wisk, Snuggle, Slim Fast, Lawry's, Wishbone, Ingersoll- Rand Evernham Motorsports Trip Bruce Evernham
Kahne is scheduled to drive 17 races, Riggs 6, Crocker 5, Mayfield 5, and Boris Said the Mexico race, with 4 races to be determined..
10 John Andretti
ROTY
Ford Freedom Road RVs
Camping World
ppc Racing
Greg Pollex
? Roush-Yates
Freedom Road RVs steps up to primary sponsorship with ppc for the 2006 season.
12 Joel Kauffman
ROTY
Mike Skinner
Dodge SuperCuts
Goulds Pumps
Olympia Steel Buildings
Damon's Restaurants
FitzBradshaw Racing
Armando Fitz
Terry Bradshaw
Paul Wolfe Evernham
Rookie of the Year Candidate. Kauffman scaled his schedule back after Phoenix. Mike Skinner drove at Dover and Nashville. Tracy Hines drove at Daytona (June).
15? (was 11) Paul Menard Chevy Menards
Turtle Wax
DEI Tony Eury, Sr. DEI
Menard will run a handful of Cup races in addition to a full Busch schedule.
18 J.J. Yeley Chevy Vigoro
Home Depot
Joe Gibbs Jason Ratcliff Joe Gibbs Racing
Yeley will run a full Cup and Busch Season
20 Denny Hamilin Chevy Rockwell Automation

DVT, Spectrum Controls, Hytrol, Cintas, Triad Packaging,Movex, Trailer Bridg
Joe Gibbs Dave Rogers Joe Gibbs Racing
Hamlin will run a full Cup and Busch Season
21 Kevin Harvick
Jeff Burton?
Chevy U.S. Coast Guard
Holiday Inn
Richard Childress Shane Wilson RCR
Harvick will run 31 races. Burton will run five.
22 Kenny Wallace Ford AutoZone ppc Racing
Greg Pollex
Todd Gordon Roush-Yates
AutoZone will be the primary sponsor all season.
25 Ashton Lewis Ford Team Marines
Pioneer Services
Ed Rensi Todd Brewer Yates
This team will remain intact and unchanged from 2005
27 David Green
Casey Atwood
Ford Kleenex
Ravenwood Winery
United States Postal Service
Federated Auto Parts
Brewco Motorsports
Clarence Brewer
Stewart Cooper
Shawn Parker
Roush-Yates
Ravenswood will be primary sponsor at Phoenix in April, Watkins Glen, and Bristol in August. Federated Auto Parts will be primary at Nashville June 10. Green was release from the team on September 5.
33 Kevin Harvick
Tony Stewart
Ron Hornaday
Ron Fellows
Aaron Fike
Sean Caisse
Cale Gale
Chevy Dollar General, The Outdoor Channel, Old Spice Kevin Harvick Wally Rogers RCR
Harvick will run four races. Stewart will run Daytona, Las Vegas, Talladega, spring Lowe's, Chicago, Michican, fall California, and Kansas with Old Spice sponsorship. Fellows will run the road couses. Hornaday is expected to run 14 races. Fike was signed in June to run a limited number of races. Sean Caisse will drive the Dover race in September. Cale Gale will drive at Memphis.
35 Regan Smith Ford McDonalds Ed Rensi
Sam Rensi
Gary Weisbaum,
Chris Wright Yates
Regan Smith moves to the #35 to replace Keller. McDonald remains as primary sponsor.
36 Tim Sauter
Max Papis
Jeff Green
Stanton Barrett
Brent Sherman
Chevy Lester Buildings
Sport Clips
RobotWorx
McGill Motorsports Ricky Pearson Wegner
Sauter brings Lester Buildings to the #36. Papis drove at Watkins Glen with Sport Clips sponsorship. Green drove at Michigan with RobotWorx sponsorship. Stanton Barrett drove the fall California race. Sauter and the team parted ways after Memphis. Sherman will drive at Phoenix and Homestead.
38/32 Jason Leffler Chevy Great Clips
ABF Freight
Fort McDowell
Fraternal Order of Eagles
Braun-Akins Racing Todd Lohse Pro Motors
Great Clips will split sponsorship between #38 and #32 teams.
41 Reed Sorenson
David Stremme
Dodge Discount Tires Chip Ganassi Brian Pattie Ernie Elliott
Sorenson was scheduled to run a full Cup and Busch Season. Stremme drove at Milwaukee.
47 Jon Wood Ford Clorox, Wisk
Armor All
ST Motorsports
Tad Geschickter
Jerry Pitts Roush-Yates
This team will remain intact and unchanged from 2005. Armor All will be the sponsor for 10 racees: Atlanta, Talladega, spring Richmond, spring Charlotte, Milwaukee, Daytona, Indianapolis, fall Bristol, Kansas, fall Charlotte.
50 Danny O'Quinn
David Ragan
Ford World Financial Group
Stonebridge Life Insurance
Barr-Nunn Transportation
Roush Racing Drew Blickensderfer Roush-Yates
Rookie of the Year Candidate O'Quinn gets a full time ride after participating in Roush's Driver X program. Ragan drove at the fall California race.
59 Stacy Compton Ford Kingsford Charcol
Bush’s Baked Beans
ST Motorsports
Tad Geschickter
Jay Guy Roush-Yates
A new crew chief is the only expected change on this team.
60 Carl Edwards Ford Charter Communications
Ameriquest
Henkel
Jack Roush Pierre Kuettel Roush
Edwards will again run a full Cup and Busch Season. Ameriquest will be the sponsor for approximately 15 races. Henkel will be primary sponsor for 14 races.
64 Steve Wallace
Jamie McMurray
Dodge Top Flite
Miller High Life
Bell Helicopter
Jasper Engines and Transmissions
RWI
Rusty Wallace
Bryant Frazier Penske-Jasper
McMurray will drive 22 races. Wallace will drive 13 races. Jasper will be the primary sponsor at IRP.
66 Greg Biffle
Jorge Goeters
Scott Wimmer
Kenny Schrader
Michael Waltrip
Jamie McMurray
Brad Coleman
David Reutimann
Bobby Labonte
Jason Keller
Ford Duraflame
Federated Auto Parts
YardMan
Cub Cadet
Brewco Motorsports
Clarence Brewer
Newt Moore Roush-Yates
Wimmer will drive at least 13 races. Schrader and Waltrip were scehduled to split 15 races with YardMan sponsorship, but Waltrip will be replaced by Wimmer due to sponsor conflicts. Goeters drove at Mexico City. Cub Cadet will be the primary sponsor at Nashville, Kentucky, Chicago, Martinsville, Watkins Glen and Michigan, with Biffle driving a majority of those races. Bobby Labonte will drive at Chicago and Michigan. Jason Keller drove at Indy and Memphis.
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Burney Lamar
ROTY
Jeff Burton
Bobby Labonte
Chevy Dollar General Kevin Harvick Gene Nead RCR
Rookie of the Year Candidate. Jeff Burton drove in place of Lamar at New Hampshire. Bobby Labonte will drive at Kansas, Lowe's, Texas, Phoenix, and Homestead.
88 Mark McFarland
ROTY
Martin Truex, Jr.
Robby Gordon
Shane Huffman
Chevy U.S. Navy JR Motorsports Wes Ward RCR
Rookie of the Year Candidate. U.S. Navy moves to JR Motosports from Fitz-Bradshaw. After an accident by McFarland at Milwaukee, Truex filled in at Daytona and Chicago. McFarland was release after Indianapolis. Robby Gordon will drive at Michigan and California. Huffman will fill the remainder of the schedule.
90 Stephen Leicht
Matt McCall
Marc Goosens
Elliott Sadler
David Gilliland
Ford CitiFinancial Robert Yates Cully Barraclough Yates-Roush
Sadler was scheduled for 16 races, Goosens for the Road Courses. Gilliland drove at IRP.
99 Michael Waltrip
David Reutimann
Darrell Waltrip
Joey Miller
Dodge Aarons Rent
Best Western
Cottman Transmissions
JaniKing?
Goulds Pumps?
Michael Waltrip Jerry Baxter Evernham
Waltrip partners with Fitz-Bradshaw racing. Team will run a full season and Waltrip with be the main driver. Darrell Waltrip will drive at Martinsville. Joey Miller will drive at Memphis.
PART TIME TEAMS / UNKNOWN DETAILS / SOME BUSCH WACKERS
CAR# DRIVER MANU SPONSOR LISTED OWNER CREW CHIEF ENGINES
05* Chad Chaffin Chevy? ? Day Enterprise Racing Tom Perkins ?
Team plans to run 15 races. Was the #16 team last year
08* Jason White Dodge GunBroker.com Ashton Gray Racing Steve Kuykendall Arrington Engines
Plan to run a minimum of 10 race, including Atlanta, Nashville, Kentucky, Michigan, Kansas and Chicago
6* Mark Martin Ford Pennzoil
Ameriquest
Roush Mike Beam Roush-Yates
Was the #9 team last year. Will run 5-6 races. Pennzoil will be the sponsor at the spring Texas and Chicago races.
8* Martin Truex Jr.
Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
Chevy Bass Pro Shops
Menards
Budweiser
DEI Kevin Manion DEI
Partial Schedule for the 2004 & 2005 Series Champion and this team
14* Tracy Hines
Carlos Contreras
Steadman Marlin
A.J. Foyt IV
Mike Skinner
Ricky Craven
Ted Musgrave
Willie Allen
Dodge Family Dollar
Ingersoll Rand
FitzBradshaw Racing
Armondo Fitz
Terry Bradshaw
Ron Otto Evernham
Team started as full time but scaled back in May due to sponsorship issues. Family Dollar will be primary sponsor for 9 races - Martinsville, IRP, Michigan, Bristol, Richmond, Kansas City, Charlotte, Texas, and Homestead. Craven will drive at Martinsville. Hines left the team after Martinsville. Musgrave drove at IRP. Allen will drive at Memphis.
15* Michel Jourdain Jr. Ford Kraft ppc Racing
Greg Pollex
? Roush-Yates
Jordain will run at Kentucky and Watkins Glen
16* Greg Biffle Ford Ameriquest Roush Racing Eddie Pardue Roush-Yates
Will run approximately 20 races
17* Matt Kenseth Ford Pennzoil
Ameriquest
Roush Racing Jimmy Fennig Roush-Yates
Will run approximately 20 races, 7 with Pennzoil Sponsorship (spring California, Las Vegas, Kansas City, fall Charlotte, fall Texas, fall Phoenix and Homestead.
19* Aric Almirola
Tony Stewart
Chevy ConAgra Foods Joe Gibbs Doug Hewitt Joe Gibbs Racing
Almirola will drive Bristol (August), Richmond (September), Kansas, and Phoenix (November). Tony Stewart will drive at Texas (November) Race.
23 Chris Wimmer
ROTY
Marc Mitchell
Carl Long
Eduardo Troconis
Brad Keselowski
Brian Keselowski
Chevy ? Keith Coleman Keith Montgomery Clements Racing Engines
Wimmer left after the April Nasvhille race. Team scaled back their schedule at that time. Carl Long was named the driver before the June Nashville race and was released on August 15. Eduardo Troconis is expected to drive some races late in the season. Brad Keselowski drove late in the season. Brian Keselowski drove at Phoenix.
26* ? Chevy ? Keith Coleman ? Keith Coleman
Partial schedule for 2006
28* Shane Hall
James Hylton
Ford Speed Zone Energy Drink Jay Robinson Racing ? ?
Speed Zone will be primary sponsor at Darlington, Kentucky, the Bristol second Dover race. Hylton drove at Milwaukee.
29* Kevin Harvick
Jeff Burton
Timothy Peters
Chevy Hershey's Kissables
Holiday Inn
Richard Childress Pat Smith RCR
Burton will drive with Holiday Inn sponsorship at both Richmond races, Lowe's spring, Dover spring, Chicago, Indianapolis, Michigan, Bristol fall, Kansas and Texas fall. Peters is expected to run 3 races late in the year.
30* Mike Bliss Chevy Smith & Wesson
Berkley
SKI Motorsports Bob Schacht Pro Motors
Team currently has 4 races planned - Darlington (May 12), IRP (Aug. 5), California (Sept. 2) and Kansas (Sept. 30)
31* Steve Park
Peyton Sellers
Chevy Whelen Engineering Marsh Racing Ted Marsh
Phillipe Lopez
RCR
Team plans on the following races: Las Vegas, both Richmond, Darlington, New Hampshire, both Dover, fall Lowe's, fall Texas and Homestead. Peyton Sellers will drive at New Hampshire.
32/38* A.J. Foyt IV
ROTY
Ryan Moore
Dave Blaney
Chevy Great Clips
Deka Batteries, Trus Joist
Hass Avocados
Braun-Akins Racing Trent Owens DEI
Foyt released after Texas. Team scaled back to a partial schedule. Blaney will run a limited schedule with ABF as the sponsor. Hass Avocados is the sponsor at New Hampshire. Pistone will attempt Martinsville.
34* Todd Bodine?
Paul Tracy
Mike Bliss
Jeff Fuller
Kim Crosby
Carlos Pardo
Kertus Davis
Chevy Sport Clips
American Crew
Frank Cicci Racing
Frank Cicci
Jim Kelly
Dave Fuge, Jr Wegner
Tracy will run 4-5 races with Sport Clips and American Crew sponsorship. Pardo drove at Mexico. Davis drove at Darlington and the May Lowe's race. Fuller drove at the Nashville June race and at Kentucky. Crosby drove at Milwauke. The team scaled back their schedule after Chicago.
37* Brad Coleman Ford Federated Auto Parts Brewco Motorsports
Clarence Brewer
Shawn Parker Roush-Yates
Brewco's development driver will run a limited schedule.
39* Ryan Newman
Kurt Busch
Sam Hornish, Jr.
Dodge Alltel
Penske Truck Leasing
Penske Racing South Matt Gimbel Penske-Jasper
Newman and Busch will split 14 races. Busch will drive at spring Texas, spring Phoenix, Charlotte spring, Dover, Chicago, and Michigan. Busch and Newman will both run at Watkins Glen. Hornish makes his NASCAR debut at Phoenix.
40* Kevin Conway
ROTY
Dodge   Carver Racing Steve Plattenberger ?
Conway will run for Rookie of the Year Honors
42* Casey Mears
Kevin Hamlin?
Juan Montoya
Dodge Texaco/Havoline Chip Ganassi Brad Parrott Ernie Elliott
Mears will run both California and both Charlotte races, Texas and Phoenix in April, Atlanta, Chicago and Michigan. Hamlin will run a few races if sponsorship is secured. Montoya will drive at Memphis.
43* Aaron Fike
Kertus Davis
Chris Cook
P.J. Jones
Dodge RFMS Mike Curb
Cary Agajanian
Mark Durgin Evernham
Team planed run a full season. Fike left after the May Charlotte race. Kertus Davis drove the June Dover race. Chris Cook drove the June Nashville race and Kentucky. Jones drove at Daytona (June) and IRP.
46* Robert Pressley? Ford Edy's Ice Cream ST Motorsports
Tad Geschickter
Dan Deeringhoff Roush-Yates
Team plans have not be announced
48* Jimmie Johnson Chevy Lowe's/Kobalt Hendrick Motorsports
Rick Hendrick
Chad Knaus Hendrick
Scheduled to run the California spring race and both Charlotte races
49* Jorge Goeters
Derrike Copy
Steve Grissom
Randy LaJoie
Ford Advil Jay Robinson Racing Kenneth Campbell ?
Advil will sponsor 18 races. Team may run full time if sponsorship is found. Cope ran at Daytona, Grissom at Talladega, LaJoie at Charlotte in May.
52* Eric McClure Chevy ? Jimmy Means
Moy Racing
Jimmy Means ?
This team may have closed down
54* Mike Harmon Chevy ? Bert Oostlander
Greg Sarff
Capital Motorsports
Steve Kuykendall ?
Team plans have not be announced
55* Robby Gordon Chevy ? Robby Gordon ? Menard
Sponsorship will dictate the team's plans
56* Kevin Lepage
Chris Cook
Kevin Grubb
Tim Schendel
Chevy ?
TNT Fireworks
Western Sizzlin
Mac Hill Motorsports
Jack McNelly
Tony Lambert Fisher
Lepage will run at least 3 races (Daytona, Vegas, Bristol). Chris Cook will drive at Mexcio. Team will run 10-20 races depending on sponsorship. Grubb was reinstated from suspension before the June Nashville race and suspended again after the fall Richmond race. Tim Schendel will drive at Memphis.
57* Brian Vickers
Adrian Fernandez
Chevy Mountain Dew
Ore-Ida
Pizza Hut
Spectracide
Rick Hendrick Jim Long Hendrick
Vickers will drive the Mountain Dew car at California (Feb. 25), Darlington (May 12), and Michigan (Aug. 19). Fernandez will run at Mexico and Watkins Glen.
61* Steve Wallace Dodge Dodge Motorsports
Checker Auto Parts
RWI
Rusty Wallace
Steve Darne Penske-Jasper
Wallace will run Dover, Texas, Phoenix and Homestead in a second RWI car.
65* Spencer Clark Ford Allegiant Air? Chris Deiderich Racing ? Roush-Yates
The team planned to run at Las Vegas, Phoenix, Nashville, Kentucky, New Hampshire, Indianapolis and Memphis. Clark was killed in an automobile accident in May.
67* C.W. 'Skip' Smith
Bryan Reffner
Johnny Benson?
Dodge Panasonic Consumer Electronics Mike Smith
Smith Motorsports
Steve Yeagle Ege
Team plans have not be announced
70* Justin Diercks Ford Foretravel Motorcoach ML Motorsports Tom Sokoloski Roush-Yates
Will run a limited ARCA/Busch Series schedule.
71* Ron Young Chevy ?

WS Hotel & Spa
RB1 Motorsports Greg Tester ?
Sponsorship will dictate the team's plans
72* Donny Neuenberger
Kevin Lepage
Randy MacDonald
Stanton Barrett
Chevy TheRaceSpace.com Randy MacDonald Rodney Jackisch Bill Davis Racing Engines
Fast Times inc
Sponsorship will primarily dictate the actions of this team.
73* Kerry Earnhardt?
Jimmy Spencer?
Chevy Red Cactus Salsa
CU National Mortgage
Dan Griffin Danny Gill ?
Team plans have not be announced. Team closed?
75* Caleb Holman Chevy Furniture Row Barney Visser David Hatfield ?
Team plans have not be announced
78* Jerry Robertson Chevy ?
Food Country USA / Lays
Charles Henderson
Don Henderson
Darrell Holman Fischer
Team plans have not be announced
81* Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Ryan Moore
Chevy Kraft, Menards Chance2/DEI
Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Teresa Earnhardt
Tony Gibson
Tony Eury Sr.
DEI
Team plans have not be announced
83* Shane Huffman Chevy ? JR Motorsports ? DEI
Plans are were the team to run 5-6 races later in the year. After McFarland was released, Huffman moved to the #88 for the remainder of the year.
84* David Gilliland Chevy ? Clay Andrews Racing Billy Wilburn Steve Allen
Team plans to run 15 races. Gilliland is a Rookie of the Year Candidate. The team shut down on July 31.
85* Damon Lusk
John Hayden
Chevy ? Dan Kinney
Premier Motorsport
Dan Kinney Pro Motors Eng
Team plans have not be announced
87* Joe Nemechek Chevy ? Joe Nemechek Gary Putnam ?Wegner
Sponsorship will dictate the team's plans.
92* Tracy Hines? Dodge ? Glynn Motorsports
Scott Glynn
Steve Plattenberger ?
Team plans have not be announced. Team shut down?
95* Steadman Marlin Dodge ? Sadler Bros Nick Harrison Ernie Elliott
Running Daytona, with additional races to be determined.
98* Matt Hagan Dodge ? ? ? ?
Team plans have not be announced
98*? ?Jimmy Spencer?
Kerry Earnhardt?
Dodge ?State Fair Corn Dogs Michael Waltrip ? Evernham
Unsure if this team will continue
? Jorge Goeters Dodge? ? Latin American Racing
Adal Ramones
? Evernham?
Goeters joined with Jay Robinson Racing early in the year.
? Chase Mongomery ? ? Curry Motorsports ? ?
Plan on running a few races later in the year.
ONE OFF / PART TIME TEAMS / UNKNOWN PLANS
CAR# DRIVER MANU SPONSOR LISTED OWNER CREW CHIEF ENGINES
04* Eric McCluree Chevy Hefty Morgan-McClure Motorsports Robert Larkins Ron Puryear?
Details for the team have not be announced
07* Steve Grissom Chevy ? DLP Racing ? ?
Team made announcement in August, but plans are unknown
07* David O'Dell
Chuck Barnes, Jr.
Chevy ? TC Motorsports
C.E. Clowyer
Scott Stowers ?
Team will run 3-4 races.
7* Jeff Fuller Chevy ? GIC-Mixon Motorsports
James Whitener
Gregg Mixon
Denise Mixon
Greg Guarry Mixon Racing Engines
Detailed plans unknown
37* Josh Krug/Randy Lajoie Chevy Americash Advance Vision Racing Bill Wilburn Pro Motor Engineering
Team plans three races in 2006 - Richmond, Kansas, and Texas (November). Krug was not approved for Kansas so Lajoie will fill in.
53* Brad Teague ?Dodge ? Jarvis Motorsports
Tennessee Mountain Boys
? ?
Team plans have not be announced
58* Clay Rogers? Dodge Who's Your Daddy Energy Drink? Glynn Motorsports
Scott Glynn
? Evernham
Glynn Motorsports filed for banruptcy early in the year.
62* Larry Hollenbeck Chevy ? Lexington Hotels Larry Hollenbeck ?
Team plans have not be announced
63* Jorge Goeters Chevy ? Xtreme Gel and Enventys Latino Market Solutions Jeff Spraker ?
Goeters will drive at Texas and Homestead
76* Jerick Johnson Chevy ? The American Legion ? ?
Team plans have not be announced
84* Norm Benning Chevy ? ? ? ?
Team plans have not be announced
93* Bill Hoff Chevy
Pontiac
93.3 WMMR Jeff Shutt ? ?
Team plans have not be announced
96* ? Chevy ? Ortec Racing
Larry Brotherton
Tony Burgess ?
Team plans have not be announced
? Dion Ciccarelli Ford ? Jamerson Motorsports ? ?
Will run selected Busch races. No details announced.
? Shelby Howard
Chris Wimmer
? ? Odle Motorsports ? ?
Team plans 3 races late in the season.


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