2014 Nationwide Series Team Chart

UPDATED: 7-27-2014

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Previous Years:

2013 Team Chart
2012 Team Chart
2011 Team Chart
2010 Team Chart
2009 Team Chart
2008 Team Chart

2014 Rookie of the Year Candidates
#3-Ty Dillon
#9-Chase Elliott
#16-Ryan Reed
#17-Tanner Berryhill
#31/#42-Dylan Kwasniewski
#43-Dakota Armstrong
#60-Chris Buescher
#67/#76-Tommy Joe Martins
#84-Chad Boat


FULL TIME TEAMS IN 2013 (OR HAVE ATTEMPTED ALL RACES SO FAR)

CAR #
DRIVER
MANU
SPONSOR
TEAM/OWNER
CREW CHIEF
ENGINES
#01 Landon Cassill Chevy FlexSeal
G&K Services
Meding's Seafood
Gerber Collision & Glass
JD Motorsports with Gary Keller Johnny Davis Clements Engines
Cassill will run the full season and this will become the team's primary car.
Meding's Seafood was the sponsor at Dover (May).
Gerber Collision & Glass was the sponsor at Chicago (Jul).

#2 Brian Scott Chevy Shore Lodge
Whitetail
Smokey Mountain Herbal Snuff
Anderson's Maple Syrup
Richard Childress Racing Phil Gould Earnhardt-Childress
Shore Lodge was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Bristol (Mar), Texas (Apr), Darlington, Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Dover (May), Michigan, Road America, Kentucky (Jun), Daytona (Jul), New Hampshire, Chicago (Jul).
Whitetail was the sponsor at Phoenix (Mar), Las Vegas.
Anderson's Maple Syrup was the sponsor at Auto Club, Charlotte (May).
Smokey Mountain Herbal Snuff will sponsor Scott at Iowa (May), Indianapolis, Richmond (Sep.) and Kansas (Oct).

#3 Ty Dillon Chevy Yuengling Light Lager
Bass Pro Shops
WESCO
VF
Jiffy Lube
NWTF
Bulwark/Airgas
Alsco/Red Kap
Richard Childress Racing Danny Stockman, Jr. Earnhardt-Childress
Ty Dillon will run the full season.
Yuengling Light Lager will be the sponsor for 8 races - Bristol (Mar), Darlington, Daytona (Jul).
Bass Pro Shops will be the sponsor for 11 races: Daytona (Feb), Talladega, Charlotte (May) (with NWTF), Road America, Indianapolis.
WESCO will be the primary sponsor for an unknown number of races - Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Iowa (May), Michigan, New Hampshire.
VF/Jiffy Lube was the sponsor at Las Vegas.
Bulwark/Airgas was the sponsor at Dover (May).
Alsco/Red Kap was the sponsor at Kentucky (Jun) & Chicago (Jul).

#4 Jeffrey Earnhardt Chevy Flex Seal
K1 Speed
Shakey's Pizza
Perdue
FW1
JD Motorsports with Gary Keller TBA Clements Engines
Earnhardt will drive the full season.
K1 Speed / Shakey's Pizza was the sponsor at Auto Club.

#6 Trevor Bayne Ford Advocare Roush Fenway Racing Chad Norris Roush-Yates
Advocare will sponsor Bayne for the full season.

#7 Regan Smith Chevy TaxSlayer
Hellman's
Ragu
NAPA
Best Foods
Fire Alarm Services
Breyers
AmericasPower.or
Goody's
JR Motorsports Ryan Pemberton Hendrick
Ragu was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Talladega.
TaxSlayer was the sponsor at Phoenix (Mar), Bristol (Mar), Texas (Apr), Darlington, Iowa (May), Michigan, Road America, New Hampshire, Chicago (Jul), Indianapolis.
NAPA was the sponsor at Las Vegas.
Best Foods was the sponsor at Auto Club.
Hellman's was the sponsor at Richmond (Apr).
Fire Alarm Services was the sponsor at Charlotte (May).
Breyers was the sponsor at Dover (May).
AmericasPower.org was the sponsor at Kentucky (Jun).
Goody's was the sponsor at Daytona (Jul).

#9 Chase Elliott Chevy NAPA Auto Parts JR Motorsports Greg Ives Hendrick
Elliott will run a full season with sponsorship from NAPA

#11 Elliott Sadler Toyota OneMain Financial
SportClips
Interstate Batteries
Joe Gibbs Racing Chris Gayle Toyota Racing Development
OneMain will remain Sadler's primary sponsor for an unknown number of races - Daytona (Feb), Phoenix (Mar), Bristol (Mar), Texas (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Iowa (May), Charlotte (May), Dover (May), Michigan, Road America, Kentucky (Jun), New Hampshire, Chicago (Jul), Indianapolis.
SportClips will be the primary sponsor for six races - Auto Club, Darlington, Daytona (Jul), Bristol (Aug), Dover (Sep) and Phoenix (Nov).
Interstate Batteries was the sponsor Las Vegas.

#14 Eric McClure
Jeff Green
Toyota Hefty TriStar Motorsports Wes Ward TriStar
McClure will run a partial schedule.
Jeff Green will drive at Dover (May), Michigan, Mid-Ohio, Richmond (Sep), Dover (Sep).
McClure drove at Daytona (Feb), Phoenix (March), Las Vegas, Bristol (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Darlington, Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Iowa (May), Charlotte (May), Road America, Kentucky (Jun), Daytona (Jul),New Hampshire, Chicago (Jul), Indianapolis.

#16 Ryan Reed Ford American Diabetes Association Drive to Stop Diabetes presented by Lilly Diabetes Roush Fenway Racing Seth Barbour Roush-Yates
Reed will run the full season.

#17 Tanner Berryhill
Chad Boat
Dodge BWP Bats
National Cash Lenders
Vision Racing Benny Gordon Roush-Yates
BWP Bats was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb) [DNQ], Phoenix (Mar), Las Vegas, Bristol (Mar), Texas (Apr), Darlington.
National Cash Lenders was the sponsor at Auto Club, Richmond (Apr), Iowa (May), Charlotte (May), Dover (May), Michigan, Road America, Kentucky (Jun), Daytona (Jul), New Hampshire, Chicago (Jul), Indianapolis.
Chas Boat drove at Talladega after not qualifying in his #84.

#19 Mike Bliss Toyota G-Oil
Tweaker Energy Shots
Trane
Upstar TV
TriStar Motorsports Paul Clapprood TriStar
Bliss drove at Daytona (Feb), Phoenix (Mar), Las Vegas, Bristol (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Darlington, Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Iowa (May), Charlotte (May), Dover (May), Michigan, Road America, Kentucky (Jun), Daytona (Jul), New Hampshire.
Tweaker was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Iowa (May), New Hampshire, Chicago (Jul), Indianapolis.
Trane was the sponsor at Kentucky (Jun).

Upstar TV was the sponsor at Daytona (Jul).

#20 Drew Herring
Matt Kenseth
Darell Wallace
Daniel Suarez
Michael McDowell
Sam Hornish, Jr.
Kenny Habul
Erik Jones
Toyota Sport Clips
Resers
GameStop
Silent Circle
Telcel
ToyotaCare
Pizza Ranch
SunEnergy
Coca-Cola
Interstate Batteries
Narcolepsy Link

Resers
Joe Gibbs Racing Kevin Kidd Toyota Racing Development
Team is expected to run full time.
SportClips will sponsor Herring at Chicagoland (Sep).
Resers will sponsor Kenseth at: Daytona (Feb), Phoenix (Mar), Dover (May), Kentucky (June), Indianapolis, Watkins Glen, and Kansas.
GameStop will sponsor Kenseth at: Las Vegas, Bristol (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Darlington, Charlotte (May), Dover (May), Richmond (Sept), Charlotte (Oct), Texas (Nov), Homestead.
Suarez drove at Richmond (Apr) with Silent Circle/Telcel sponsorship.
Wallace drove at Talladega with ToyotaCare sponsorship and Daytona (Jul) with Coke sponsorship..
McDowell drove at Iowa (May) with Pizza Ranch sponsorship.
SunEnergy1 will be the sponsor at Michigan, Road America, Mid-Ohio, and Atanta.
Hornish drove at Michigan.
Habul will drive at Road America and Mid-Ohio with Sun Energy 1 sponsorship.
Jones will drive three races; Chicago (Jul), Bristol, and Phoenix.
Resers sponsored Kenseth at Kentucky (Jun).
Interstate Batteries sponsored Kenseth at New Hampshire.

#22 Brad Keselowski
Ryan Blaney
Joey Logano
Alex Tagliani
Ford Discount Tire
Snap-On
SKF
Hertz
Penske Racing Jeremy Bullins Roush-Yates
Keselowski drove at Daytona (Feb), Phoenix (Mar), Las Vegas, Charlotte (May), Kentucky (Jun), New Hampshire.
Discount Tire was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Phoenix (Mar), Las Vegas, Kentucky (Jun), Indianapolis.
Blaney drove at Bristol (Mar), Texas (Apr), Talladega, Iowa (May) with Discount Tire sponsorship, Richmond (Apr) with SKF/Discount Tire sponsorship, Chicago (Jul) with Hertz sponsorship.
Logano drove at Auto Club with America's Tire sponsorship, Darlington with Snap-On sponsorship, Dover (May) with Hertz sponsorship, Michigan, Daytona (Jul), Indianapolis with Discount Tire sponsorship.
Tagliani will drive at Road America and Mid-Ohio.
Hertz was the sponsor at New Hampshire.

#23 Robert Richardson, Jr.
Carlos Contreras
Timmy Hill
Josh Reaume
Ryan Ellis
Kevin O'Connell
Richard Harriman
Chevy Cornboard
Willbros
Lilly Trucking
Shania Kids Can
R3 Motorsports ? Walter Giles
Cornboard was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Las Vegas, Talladega, Indianapolis.
Contreras drove at Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Darlington, Iowa (May), Charlotte (May), New Hampshire.
Richardson drove at Daytona (Feb), Las Vegas, Texas (Apr), Talladega, Daytona (Jul), Indianapolis.
Hill drove at Bristol (Mar), Dover (May).
Reaume drove at Richmond (Apr), Kentucky (Jun).
Ellis drove at Michigan.
O'Connell drove at Road America with Shania Kids Can sponsorship.
Harriman drove at Chicago (Jul).

#28 Mike Wallace
Derek White
J.J. Yeley
Ford Unker's
Texas 28 Spirits Stage
Gregg Mixon/James Whitner ? ?
Wallace drove Daytona (Feb) with Unker's sponsorship, Phoenix (Mar), Las Vegas, Bristol (Mar), Auto Club.
White drove at Texas (Apr).
Yeley drove at Darlington, Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Iowa (May), Charlotte (May), Dover (May, Michigan), Road America, Kentucky (Jun), Daytona (Jul), New Hampshire, Chicago (Jul), Indianapolis.
Team says it will run full time.

#31 Dylan Kwasniewski
Chase Pistone
Justin Marks
Chevy Rockstar Energy Drink
Florida Lottery
SOL Republic

AccuDoc Solutions
Turner Scott Motorsports Shannon Rursch Hendrick
Kwasniewski will run the full season with Rockstar sponsorship.
Florida Lottery was also the sponsor at Daytona (Feb).
Kwasniewski will move to the #42 at standalone events.
Chase Pistone drove at Iowa (May).
Marks drove at Road America with SOL Republic sponsorship.
Accudocs was the sponsor at Kentucky (Jun), Chicago (Jul).
FOE was the sponsor at Indianapolis.

#39 Ryan Siego Chevy Pull-A-Part RSS Racing Kevin Starland ?
Sieg drove at Daytona (Feb), Phoenix (Mar), Las Vegas, Bristol (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Darlington, Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Iowa (May), Charlotte (May), Dover (May), Michigan, Road America, Kentucky (Jun), Daytona (Jul),New Hampshire, Chicago (Jul), Indianapolis.

#40 Josh Wise
Matt Dibenedetto
Chevy ? The Motorsports Group Gary Showalter Rob Fisher
Wise drove at Daytona (Feb), Phoenix (Mar), Las Vegas, Bristol (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Darlington, Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Charlotte (May), Dover (May), Michigan, Kentucky (Jun), Daytona (Jul), New Hampshire, Indianapolis.
Dibenedetto drove at Iowa (May), Road America, Chicago (Jul).

#42 Kyle Larson
Dylan Kwasniewski
Chevy Axe
Target
Target Cartwheel
Target up & up
Target Ticket
ENEOS
Nashville Outlaws
Turner Scott Motorsports Scott Zipadelli Hendrick
Larson moves to Cup full time, but plans to run the companion Nationwide races all season.
Larson drove at Daytona (Feb), Phoenix (Mar), Las Vegas, Bristol (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr).
Axe was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb).
Target Cartwheel was the sponsor at Phoenix (Mar), Las Vegas, Bristol (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Darlington, Talladega, Michigan, Kentucky (Jun), New Hampshire, Chicago (Jul).
Target Ticket was the sponsor at Richmond (Apr), Dover (May), Daytona (Jul).
Kwasniewski will drive the standalone events with up & up sponsorship - Iowa (May), Road America.
ENEOS will sponsor Larson at Charlotte (May) and Bristol (Aug).
Nashville Outlaws was the sponsor at Indianapolis.

#43 Dakota Armstrong Ford WinField
Fresh from Florida
Charter
Richard Petty Motorsports Phillipe Lopez Roush Yates
Annett is leaving the team to move to Cup with Tommy Baldwin. Dakota Armstrong joins the team with a multi-year agreement and brings sponsor WinField with him.
Fresh from Florida was the sponsor at Bristol (Mar), Charlotte (May) and Daytona in July.
WinField was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Phoenix (Mar), Las Vegas, Texas (Apr), Darlington, Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Iowa (May), Dover (May), Michigan, Road America, Kentucky (Jun), New Hampshire, Chicago (Jul), Indianapolis.
Charter was the sponsor at Auto Club.

#44 Blake Koch
Will Kimmell
David Starr
Paulie Harraka
Carlos Contreras
Matt Frahm

Hal Martin
Toyota Ingersoll Rand
Son of God Movie
Niece Equipment
Whataburger
Striping Technologies
K-LOVE Crisis Response Training
BYF.org
Steely Lumber Company
Chasco
Gilcrest Metal Fabrication
Plan B Sales

American Custom Yachts
Compassion International
TriStar Motorsports Greg Conner TriStar
Blake Koch has joined TriStar for 2014.
Koch drove at Daytona (Feb) with Son of God sponsorship, Las Vegas, Richmond (Apr) with K-LOVE Crisis Response Training sponsorship, Michigan with Compassion International sponsorship, Kentucky (Jun).
Will Kimmell will drive 5 races with Ingersoll Rand as the primary sponsor - Phoenix (Mar), Bristol (Mar) and TBA.
Starr drove at Auto Club with Niece Equipment sponsorship, Texas (Apr) with Whataburger sponsorship, Darlington with Striping Technologies sponsorship, Talladega with BYF.org/Steely Lumber Company sponsorship, Charlotte (May) with Central Texas Lath & Plaster, Daytona (Jul) with Chasco sponsorship, Chicago (Jul) with Plan B Sales sponsorship, Indianapolis with Hard Hat Heroes sponsorship.
Martin drove at Iowa (May) with American Custom Yachts sponsorship.
Harraka drove at Dover (May).
Contreras drove at Road America.
Frahm drove at New Hampshire with Gilcrest sponsorship.

#51 Jeremy Clements Chevy Pawn Stars
All South Electric
Repairable Vehicles
Diamond Pistons
Jeremy Clements Racing Ricky Pearson Clements Racing Engines
Team plans a full 2014 season.
Pawn Stars was the sponsor at Las Vegas.
All South Electric was the sponsor at Bristol (Mar), Talladega, Charlotte (May), Road America, Kentucky (Jun), Daytona (Jul), New Hampshire, Chicago (Jul), Indianapolis.
Repairable Vehicles was the sponsor at Auto Club, Darlington, Richmond (Apr), Iowa (May), Dover (May), Michigan.

#52 Joey Gase Chevy DB Sales Company
Donate Life
D and B Sales
BBB
Jimmy Means Racing Tim Brown Means Motorsports
Gase drove at Daytona (Feb), Phoenix (Mar), Las Vegas, Bristol (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Darlington, Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Iowa (May), Charlotte (May), Dover (May), Michigan, Road America, Kentucky (Jun), Daytona (Jul), New Hampshire, Chicago (Jul), Indianapolis.

#54 Kyle Busch
Joey Coulter?
Sam Hornish, Jr.
Toyota Monster Energy Joe Gibbs Racing Adam Stevens Toyota Racing Development
Busch will split the season Hornish. Hornish will drive 7 races - Talladega, both Iowa races, Road America, Chicago (Jul), Mid-Ohio, and Kentucky (Sept).
Busch drove at Daytona (Feb), Phoenix (Mar), Las Vegas, Bristol (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Darlington, Richmond (Apr), Charlotte (May), Dover (May), Michigan, Kentucky (Jun), Daytona (Jul), New Hampshire, Indianapolis.

#55 Jamie Dick
Todd Bodine
Jimmy Weller III
Caleb Roark
Ross Chastain
Andy Lally
Brennan Newberry
Chevy Viva Auto Group
Watermelon.org
Qore-24
VIVA Motorsports/James Dick Bill Henderson Race Engines Plus
Team originally planned to run approximately 20 races but formed an alliance with RSS in April and different drivers will fill the seat throughout the year. They will try to run the full season.
Bodine drove at Darlington, Dover (May).
Weller drove at Richmond (Apr).
Roark drove at Iowa (May).
Chastain drove at Charlotte (May), Daytona (Jul) with watermelon.org sponsorship.
Lally drove at Road America.
Newberry drove at New Hampshire.
Jamie Dick drove all other races.

#60 Chris Buescher Ford Ford Ecoboost
Roush Perforamce
Ford Mustang
Roush Fenway Racing Scott Graves Roush-Yates
Travis Pastrana did not to return to NASCAR.
Roush Performance will be the sponsor for 10 races: Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Talladega, Charlotte (May), Michigan, Road America, Daytona (Jul), Indianapolis, rest TBA.
Ford Mustang was on the car at Darlington.
Ford Ecoboost was on the car for several races.

#62 Brendan Gaughan Chevy South Point Resort
Smokey Mountain Herbal Snuff
Wix Filters

Richard Childress Racing Shane Wilson Earnhardt-Childress
Gaughan will run the full season.
Smokey Mountain will sponsor Gaughan at Texas Motor Speedway (Nov.)
Wix Filters was the sponsor at Auto Club.

#70 Derrike Cope Chevy Charlie's Soap
Youtheory
Derrike Cope Fred Wenke ?
Cope drove at Daytona (Feb), Phoenix (Mar), Las Vegas, Bristol (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr) with Charlie's Soap sponsorship.
Youtheory was the sponsor at Darlington, Richmond (Apr), Talladega [DNQ], Iowa (May), Charlotte (May), Dover (May), Michigan, Road America, Kentucky (Jun), Daytona (Jul), New Hampshire, Chicago (Jul), Indianapolis.

#74 Mike Harmon
Kevin Lepage
Bobby Reuse
Dodge Genesis Auto Body
WCIParts.com
The 30 Days Foundation/TD>
Mike Harmon Racing Harry McMullins ?
Team is expected to attempt all the races.
Harmon drove at Daytona (Feb), Phoenix (Mar), Texas (Apr), Darlington, Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Iowa (May), Dover (May), Michigan, Daytona (Jul).
Lepage drove at Las Vegas, Bristol (Mar), Auto Club, Charlotte (May), Kentucky (Jun) [DNQ], New Hampshire, Chicago (Jul), Indianapolis [DNQ].
Reuse will drive at Road America.

#87 Joe Nemechek
Daryl Harr
Kevin Lepage
Tim Schendel
Chris Cockrum
Stanton Barrett
Ruben Garcia, Jr.
Carlos Contreras
Josh Reaume
Toyota DAB Constructors
PelletGrillsUSA.com
smokeandsear.com
Herbal Mist Teas
barcodemedia.net
RaceTrac
NEMCO/Jay Robinson Racing Steve Gray Race Engines Plus
Team is expected to run the full season. JD Motorsports runs this team in some races.
Nemechek drove at Daytona (Feb), Bristol (Mar), Talladega, Dover (May).
Harr drove at Phoenix (Mar), Las Vegas, Auto Club.
Lepage drove at Texas (Apr), Darlington, Richmond (Apr).
Schendel drove at Iowa (May), Michigan.
Cockrum drove at Charlotte (May).
Barrett drove at Road America with barcodemedia.net sponsorship.
Garcia drove at Kentucky (Jun).
Contreras drove at Daytona (Jul).
Reaume drove at New Hampshire, Chicago (Jul), Indianapolis.

#93 Matt Carter
Carl Long
J.J. Yeley
Mike Wallace
Harrison Rhodes
Josh Reaume
Kevin Lepage
Ryan Ellis
Mike Harmon
Kevin Swindell
Ford Guardian Digital Forensics
Old Dominion Truck Leasing
Voxer
Gregg Mixon/James Whitner ? ?
Team originally said it would run full time.
Carter drove at Daytona (Feb) [DNQ].
Long drove at Phoenix (Mar), Bristol (Mar), Talladega, Iowa (May).
Yeley drove at Las Vegas, Auto Club, Texas (Mar).
Wallace drove at Darlington, Richmond (Apr), Kentucky (Jun), Daytona (Jul).
Rhodes drove at Charlotte (May) with Voxer sponsorship, Michigan.
Reaume drove at Dover (May).
Lepage drove at Road America.
Ellis drove at New Hampshire.
Harmon drove at Chicago (Jul).
Swindell drove at Indianapolis.

#99 James Buescher Toyota Rheem
Ruud
RAB Racing Chris Rice ?
James Buescher will drive full time for the team.
Rheem/Ruud will be the sponsor for 27 race: Daytona (Feb), Phoenix (Mar), Las Vegas, Bristol (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Darlington, Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Iowa (May), Charlotte (May), Dover (May), Michigan, Road America, New Hampshire, Chicago (Jul), Indianapolis.
ToyotaCare was the sponsor at Kentucky (Jun), Daytona (Jul).

PART TIME TEAMS IN 2014

CAR #
DRIVER
MANU
SPONSOR
TEAM/OWNER
CREW CHIEF
ENGINES
#00 Jason White Toyota Police Sunglasses/Friday Night Tykes SR2 Motorsports Jayme Lathrop Pro Motor
White drove at Daytona (Feb).
Team has reportedly shut down.

#5 Kevin Harvick
Kasey Kahne
Austin Theriault

Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
Chevy Hunt Brothers Pizza
Armour
Morton Buildings
Great Clips
TaxSlayer
Tide
SPY/Dirty Mo Radio
Kroger/Proctor & Gamble
JR Motorsports Ernie Cope Hendrick
Car is expected to run 16 races.
Harvick will drive 13 races. Hunt Brothers will be his sponsor at Bristol (Aug), Charlotte (May) and both Texas races.
Armour Foods sponsored Harvick in Bristol (Mar) and Darlington.
Morton Buildings will sponsor Harvick at Indianapolis and Kansas.
Great Clips sponsored Harvick at Phoenix (Mar), Kahne at Talladega, Chicago (Jul).
Hellmans sponsored Kahne at Daytona (Jul).
TaxSlayer sponsored Harvick at Auto Club Speedway.
Bad Boy Buggies will sponsor Harvick at Atlanta.
Tide sponsored Harvick at Richmond (Apr).
Theriault will drive at Iowa (May), New Hampshire, Kentucky (Sep).
Harvick drove at Kentucky (Jun) with Kroger/P&G sponsorship.

#10 Jeff Green
David Starr
Blake Koch
Kevin Lepage
Toyota BYF.org
SupportMilitary.org
Heroes Behind the Camo
M&W Logistics
TriStar Motorsports Todd Myers TriStar
David Starr will drive at least a limited schedule - Daytona (Feb).
Koch drove at Phoenix (Mar), Bristol (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Darlington, Talladega, Dover (May), Daytona (Jul) [DNQ], New Hampshire, Chicago (Jul), http://t.co/xq6Dn45NTP.
Green drove at Las Vegas, Richmond (Apr), Iowa (May), Road America, Kentucky (Jun).
Team ran all races until Charlotte (May).
Lepage drove at Michigan.

#12 Ryan Blaney Ford Snap-On Team Penske Greg Erwin Roush-Yates
Team ran at Kentucky (Jun).

#13 Carl Long
Matt Carter
Derek White
Toyota Headrush
?
Derek White Kevin Eagle ?
Plans are uncertain. Team will start and parking until funding is found. Team could run 2-3 cars in collaboration with other drivers.
Long drove at Daytona (Feb) [DNQ], Michigan, New Hampshire (team withdrew after qualifying when the lost an engine).
Carter drove at Bristol (Mar), Texas (Apr), Darlington, Dover (May).
White drove at Richmond (Apr).

#15 Carlos Contreras
Ryan Ellis
Carl Long
Ford Racetrac Rick Ware Racing Jeff Spraker ?
Contreras was expected to run a limited schedule of at least: Daytona (Feb) [DNQ], Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (both), Daytana (Jul), Homestead, Mid-Ohio, Watkins Glen, Road America.
Ellis drove at Iowas (May) [DNQ], Dover (May).
Long drove at Road America.

#24 Harrison Rhodes
Ruben Garcia Jr.

Ryan Ellis
Jason White
Toyota HOODZ Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning
Be/More
SR2 Motorsports Tony Furr Pro Motor
SR2 is expected to primarily run the #24, with a second car entered from time to time.
Ellis is expected to run a substantial portion of the races - Las Vegas, Auto Club.
Rhodes drove at Daytona (Feb) with Hoodz sponsorship. He could be in this car for several other races as well.
Ruben Garcia Jr. drove at Phoenix (Mar), Bristol (Mar).
White was entered at Texas (Apr) but the team withdrew.
Team has reportedly shut down.

#25 John Wes Townley Toyota Zaxby's Athenian Motorsports
Tony Townley
Mike Beam Toyota Racing Development
Team ran at Talladega, Charlotte (May), Kentucky (Jun) [team withdrew after practices], Daytona (Jul), Chicago (Jul), Indianapolis and plans to run at Bristol (Aug), Richmond (Aug), Kansas, Charlotte (Oct), Texas (Nov), Phoenix (Nov) and Homestead.

#29 Scott Lagasse, Jr.
Kelly Admiraal
Toyota Alert Today, Alive Tomorrow
Swan Rentals
RAB Racing Matthew Lucas ?
Lagasse drove at Daytona (Feb), Daytona (Jul).
Admiraal drove at Bristol (Mar) with Swan Rentals sponsorship.

#30 Danica Patrick Chevy Florida Lottery Turner Scott Motorsports Mike Greci Hendrick
Patrick drove at Daytona (Feb). Other plans for the team have not been announced.

#33 Matt Crafton
Cale Conley
Paul Menard
Chevy Menards
Okuma
IAVA
Richard Childress Racing Nick Harrison Earnhardt-Childress
Crafton drove at Las Vegas with Menards sponsorship.
Conley will run a limited schedule: Bristol (Mar), Darlington, Richmond (Apr), Iowa (May), Dover (May), Chicago (Jul). Okuma was the sponsor at Bristol (Mar) and Darlington. IAVA was the sponsor at Dover (May), Chicago (Jul).
Menard drove at Michigan, Kentucky (Jun), New Hampshire, Indianapolis with Menards sponsorship.

#36 Ryan Preece Chevy East West Marine Tommy Baldwin Racing ? ?
Team had planned to run at Richmond (May) and New Hampshire. The team did not attempt Richmond, but did run New Hampshire.

#37 Matt DiBenedetto Dodge National Cash Lenders Vision Racing Adrian Berryhill Roush-Yates
Team ran at Daytona (Feb) [DNQ].

#46 Matt Dibenedetto
Ryan Ellis
Chevy Curtis Key Plumbing The Motorsports Group Kyle Simington Rob Fisher
Dibenedetto drove at Phoenix (Mar), Las Vegas, Bristol (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Darlington, Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Dover (May), Michigan [DNQ], Kentucky (Jun), Daytona (Jul) [DNQ], New Hampshire, Indianapolis.
Ellis drove at Iowa (May), Road America, Chicago (Jul).

#67 Tommy Joe Martins
Clay Greenfield
Dodge ? Martins Motorsports Todd Bodine Penske
Team plans to run the full season.
Greenfield drove at Daytona (Feb) [DNQ].
Tommy Joe Martins drove at Bristol (Mar), Michigan. The team wrecked in practice and had to withdraw.

#72 Matt Carter
Harrison Rhodes
Carl Long
Chevy CrashClaimsR.us James Carter Kevin Eagle ?
Team ran at Michigan with Carter, New Hampshire with Rhodes, Chicago (Jul), Indianapolis with Long.

#76 Willie Allen
Tommy Joe Martins
Dodge Diamond Gusset Jeans
Cross Concrete
Riessen Construction
Martins Motorsports Todd Perryman Penske
Team planned to run the full season.
Allen drove at Daytona (Feb) with Diamond Gusset sponsorship [DNQ], Bristol (Mar) [DNQ].
Martins drove at Phoenix (Mar), Las Vegas with Cross Concrete sponsorship and Texas (Apr), Darlington, Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Iowa (May), Charlotte (May), Dover (May),Michigan [DNQ], Road America, Kentucky (Jun) [DNQ], Daytona (Jul) [DNQ], Indianapolis [DNQ].

#79 Carl Long
Tim Schendel
Toyota ? Jimmy Means Racing Jimmy Means Means Motorsports
Long drove at Auto Club.
Schendel drove at Road America.

#79 Maryeve Dufault Ford ? Go Green Racing ? Roush-Yates
Default was expected to run about a dozen races.

#80 Johnny Sauter
Ross Chastain
Toyota Goodyear Shigeaki Hattori Bruce Cook ?
Team is expected to about 10 races.
Sauter drove at Daytona (Feb), Charlotte (May), Daytona (Jul).
Chastain drove at Michigan.

#84 Chad Boat Chevy CorvetteParts.net
Red Fest Music Festival
Lucas Oil
Billy Boat Motorsports Dan Deeringhoff ?
Team plans to run about 15 races - Daytona (Feb), Texas (Apr), Talladega [DNQ], Iowa (May), Charlotte (May), Kentucky (Jun) [DNQ], Daytona (Jul), Chicago (Jul), Indianapolis.
The sponsor at Texas (Apr) was Red Fest Music Festival.

#85 Bobby Gerhardt Chevy Lucas Oil Bobby Gerhardt Racing William Gerhardt ?
Team ran at Daytona (Feb), Talladega, Daytona (Jul) [DNQ].

#86 Joe Nemechek
Kyle Fowler
Jake Crum
Chevy Bubba Burger Scott Deware/DRG Motorsports Rick Markle ?
Nemechek will scheduled to drive with Bubba Burger sponsorship at Richmond (Apr), Charlotte (May), and Kentucky (Jun). He did drive at Richmond (Apr).
Fowler drove at Charlotte (May).
Crum drove at Kentucky (Jun), New Hampshire.

#88 Dale Earnhart, Jr.
Kevin Harvick
Chevy Tax Slayer
Hellmans
Great Clips
Ragu
Ebay
JR Motorsports Ernie Cope Hendrick
Team will run a limited schedule. Earnhardt drove at Daytona (Feb), Las Vegas, Texas (Apr), Michigan [Ebay sponsorship].
Harvick drove at Phoenix (Mar) with Great Clips sponsorship.

#89 Morgan Shepherd Chevy King's Tire Shepherd Racing Ventures Mike Malamphy Keith Dorton
Team ran at Dover (May), Michigan [DNQ].

#90 Martin Roy Chevy Gamache Truck Center Gregg Mixon Mario Gosselin ?
Roy drove at Phoenix (Mar), Kentucky (Jun).

#91 Jeff Green
Benny Gordon
Toyota SupportMilitary.org
BWP Baseball Bats
TriStar Motorsports Josh Reaume TriStar
This team is expected to run part-time.
Jeff Green drove at Daytona (Feb) with SupportMilitary.org sponsorship, and at Auto Club, Darlington, Talladega.
Gordon drove at Daytona (Jul) [DNQ].

#97 Joe Nemechek Toyota DAB Constructors
smokeandsear.com
NEMCO/Jay Robinson Racing Steve Gray Race Engines Plus
Nemechek drove at Daytona (Jul).

#98 Kevin Swindell?
David Ragan
Jeb Burton
Ryan Gifford
Corey LaJoie
Ford Carroll Shelby Engine Co.
Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers
Kendall Jackson AVANT Wine
Mike Rowe Works
Biagi-Denbeste Racing Jon Hanson ?
Ragan is expected to run a handful of races: Daytona (Feb) [DNQ], Las Vegas, Auto Club, Talladega, Daytona (Jul), Indianapolis.
Burton drove at Charlotte (May) with Kendall Jackson sponsorship.
Gifford drove at Iowa (May).
LaJoie drove at Kentucky (Jun).

TEAMS THAT CLOSED DOWN

CAR #
DRIVER
MANU
SPONSOR
TEAM/OWNER
CREW CHIEF
ENGINES
#70 ? Chevy Foretravel Motorcoach ML Motorsports Mark Gutekunst Earnhardt-Childress
Citing a lack of sponsorship, team shut down.

#77 Parker Kligerman Toyota ? Kyle Busch Motorsports Eric Phillips Toyota Racing Development
Team closed at end of 2013