2017 NASCAR XFINITY Series Team Chart

UPDATED: 8-22-2017

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2017 Rookie of the Year Candidates

#2-Ben Kennedy
#9-William Byron
#00-Cole Custer
#23-Spencer Gallagher
#21-Daniel Hemric
#19-Matt Tifft


TEAMS WHO HAVE RUN ALL 2017 RACES

CAR #
DRIVER
MANU
SPONSOR
TEAM/OWNER
CREW CHIEF
ENGINES
#00 Cole Custer Ford Haas Automation
Code 3 Associates
Stewart Haas Racing Jeff Mendering Roush-Yates
Custer will drive the full season for Stewart Haas.
Haas Automation was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Charlotte (May), Dover (Jun), Pocono, Michigan, Iowa (Jun), Daytona (Jun), Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Iowa (Jul), Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Bristol (Aug).
Code 3 Associates was the sponsor at Las Vegas.
One Cure was on the car with Haas at Bristol (Aug).

#0 Garrett Smithley Chevy Flex Seal
adapt 2k
Heroes Haven
Operating Engineers Local 324
Adapt2k/Mark Spaulding Construction
Indiana FAME
Flex Shot
Ithaca Thompkins Regional Airport
Wheeling Nailers
JD Motorsports with Gary Keller Wayne Setterington, Jr. Clements Engines
Smithley will return for the full season.
Flex Seal was the sponsor at Texas (Apr), Daytona (Jun).
adapt 2k was the sponsor at Charlotte (May).
Heroes Haven was the sponsor at Dover (Jun).
Operating Engineers Local 324 was the sponsor at Michigan.
Adapt2k/Mark Spauling Construction was the sponsor at Kentucky (Jul).
Adapt2k was the sponsor at New Hampshire.
Indiana FAME was the sponsor at Indianapolis.
Flex Shot was the sponsor at Iowa (Jul).
Ithaca Thompkins Regional Airport was the sponsor at Watkins Glen.
Wheeling Nailers was the sponsor at Mid-Ohio.

#01 Harrison Rhodes
Sheldon Creed
Chevy Kubota
Flex Tape
Meddings Seafood/Iron Source
Ken Houston Electric
Great Outdoors RV
United Rentals
JD Motorsports with Gary Keller Tommy MacHek Clements Engines
Kubota was the sponsor at Atlanta.
Flex Tape was the sponsor at Texas (Apr), Charlotte (May), Daytona (Jun),Iowa (Jul), Bristol (Aug).
Meddings Seafood/Iron Source was the sponsor at Dover (Jun).
Ken Houston Electric was the sponsor at Indianapolis.
Great Outdoors RV was the sponsor at Watkins Glen.
Creed drove at Mid-Ohio with United Rentals sponsorship.

#1 Elliott Sadler Chevy OneMain Financial
Hunt Brothers Pizza
Dale's Pale Ale
Golden Corral
Chevrolet Accessories
JR Motorsports Kevin Meendering Hendrick
OneMain originally announced that it will not return in 2017, but reconsidered and will now sponsor Sadler in 20 races: Daytona (Feb), Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Talladega, Dover (Jun), Michigan, Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Iowa (Jul), Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Bristol (Aug), rest TBA.
Hunt Brothers Pizza was the sponsor at Atlanta and is scheduled to be the sponsor and Kansas (Oct) and also two races in 2018.
Armour was the primary sponsor at Bristol (Apr), Charlotte (May), Daytona (Jun) and is scheduled to sponsor Darlington.
Dale's Pale Ale was the sponsor at Pocono and schedule to sponsor Texas (Nov).
Golden Corral was the sponsor at Richmond (Apr).
Chevrolet Accessories was the sponsor at Iowa (Jun).

#2 Austin Dillon
Paul Menard
Ben Kennedy
Chevy Rheem
Menards
Richard Childress Racing Justin Alexander ECR Engines
Team will run the full season with a variety of drivers.
Dillon drove with Rheem/Ruud sponsorship at Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Charlotte (May), Dover (Jun), Bristol (Aug).
Kennedy will drive 9 races: Talladega [Rheem], Iowa (Jun) [Rheem], Daytona (Jun) [Rheem], New Hampshire [Richmond/Menards], Iowa (Jul) [Rheem], Mid-Ohio [Rheem], rest TBA.
Menards will sponsor Menard and Kennedy in "select races".
Menard drove at Auto Club, Pocono, Michigan, Kentucky (Jul), Indianapoli, Watkins Glen.

#3 Ty Dillon
Scott Lagasse, Jr.
Brian Scott
Chevy Bass Pro Shops
Nexium 24HR ClearMinis
Advil
Rheem/Ruud
RedKap
Daniel Defense
Screen Your Machine/American Cancer Society
Richard Childress Racing Matt Swiderski ECR Engines
Dillon says he will run 20 races. Other drivers will make the team full time.
Dillon drove with Bass Pro sponsorship at Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Phoenix (Mar), Talladega, Charlotte (May), Daytona (Jun), Bristol (Aug) [with NRA Museum].
Nexium 24HR ClearMinis was the sponsor at Las Vegas and Bristol (Apr) with Dillon.
Advil will be the sponsor at Charlotte (Oct) and Phoenix (Nov).
Lagasse will drive at Iowa (Jun), Road America, Mid-Ohio, and Homestead.
Rheem/Ruud was the sponsor at Auto Club, Pocono, Michigan, Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Watkins Glen for Dillon.
Bulwark/Oncor was the sponsor at Texas (Apr) for Dillon.
RedKap was the sponsor at Richmond (Apr) for Dillon.
Daniel Defense was the sponsor at Dover (Jun) for Dillon, sponsored Brian Scott at Iowa (Jul) and is scheduled to sponsor Scott at Kentucky (Sep).
Lagasse drove at Iowa (Jun) and Mid-Ohio with Screen Your Machine/American Cancer Society sponsorship.

#4 Ross Chastain Chevy Flex Seal
Florida Watermelon Association
GK Services
Delaware Office of Highway Safety
AE Door & Window
Sanel Auto Parts
Illiana Watermelon Association
Buckle Up New York
JD Motorsports with Gary Keller Evan Snider Clements Engines
Chastain will return for the full season.
Flex Seal was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Phoenix (Mar), Charlotte (May), Iowa (Jul), Bristol (Aug). GK Services was the sponsor at Atlanta, Las Vegas, Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Talladega, Daytona (Jun).
Florida Watermelon Association was the sponsor at Auto Club, Richmond (Apr, Iowa (Jun).
Delaware Office of Highway Safety was the sponsor at Dover (Jun).
AE Door & Window was the sponsor at Kentucky (Jul).
Sanel Auto Parts was the sponsor at New Hampshire.
Illiana Watermelon Association was the sponsor at Indianapolis.
Buckle Up New York was the sponsor at Watkins Glen.

#5 Michael Annett Chevy Pilot Flying J
TMC Transportation
Northland Oil
Allstate Parts & Service Group
JR Motorsports Jason Stockert Hendrick
Annett will run the full season with Pilot Flying J sponsorship.
Northland Oil was the sponsor at Iowa (Jun).
TMC Transportation will be the sponsor in "multiple" races: Indianapolis, Iowa (Jul), rest TBA.
Allstate Parts & Service Group was the sponsor at Mid-Ohio.

#7 Justin Allgaier Chevy BRANDT
Hellmans
Breyers
Degree
Advance Auto Parts
Cheney Brothers/Southern Food
Cessna
Allan Myers
Suave Men
Trademark Nitrogen
JR Motorsports Jason Burdett Hendrick
Allgaier returns for the full season.
Brandt was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Richmond (Apr), Iowa (Jun), New Hampshire, Iowa (Jul), Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Bristol (Aug).
Breyers will be the sponsor at Texas (Apr), Talladega, Charlotte (May), Indianapolis.
Degree will be the sponsor at Kansas and Texas (Nov).
Advance Auto Parts was the sponsor at Texas (Apr).
Cheney Brothers/Southern Foods was the sponsor at Bristol (Apr).
Hellman's was the sponsor at Talladega.
Cessna was the sponsor at Dover (Jun).
Allan Myers was the sponsor at Pocono.
Suave Men was the sponsor at Michigan.
Trademark Nitrogen was the sponsor at Daytona (Jun).

#07 Ray Black Jr.
Todd Bodine
Spencer Boyd
Korbin Forrister
Devin Jones
Andy Lally
Chevy ScubaLife
GlobalHBOT.org
Double D Meat Company
Grunt Style
All Secure
America's Donuts
Veristor
Branson Supply
SS Green Light Racing Jason Miller ?
Black drove at all races except Charlotte (May), Pocono, Michigan, New Hampshire, Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio.
GlobalHBOT.org was the sponsor at Texas (Apr), Richmond (Apr).
Double D Meat Company was the sponsor at Talladega.
Bodine drove at Charlotte (May).
America's Donuts was the sponsor at Daytona (Jun).
Boyd drove at Pocono, New Hampshire with Grunt Style sponsorship.
Forrister drove at Michigan with All Secure sponsorship.
Devin Jones drove at Watkins Glen with Veristor sponsorship.
Lally drove at Mid-Ohio with Branson Supply sponsorship.

#8 Jeff Green
Matt Mills
BJ McLeod
Josh Bilicki
Ford Triple R Containers
Thompson Electric
Keen Parts
Prevagen
B.J. McLeod Motorsports George Ingram ?
Team plans to run the full season.
Green drove at Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Las Vegas, Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Talladega, Daytona (Jun).
Triple R Containers was the sponsor at Atlanta.
Mills drove at Phoenix (Mar) with Thompson Electric sponsorship, Richmond (Apr) with Thompson Electric sponsorship.
McLeod drove at Charlotte (May), Dover (Jun), Pocono, Michigan, Iowa (Jun), Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Iowa (Jul), Bristol (Aug).
Keen Parts was the sponsor at Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Bristol (Aug).
Bilicki drove at Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio with Prevagen sponsorship.

#9 William Byron Chevy Liberty University
Axalta
JR Motorsports Dave Elenz Hendrick
William Bryon has signed to run a full season for JRM.
Dave Elenz moves from the #88 team to be crew chief.
Liberty University will be the sponsor for 17 races - Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Las Vegas, Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Dover (Jun), Michigan, Indianapolis, Iowa (Jul), rest TBA.
Axalta will sponsor 15 races in 2017 and 15 in 2018. Axalta was the sponsor at Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Charlotte (May), Pocono, Iowa (Jun), Daytona (Jun), Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, rest TBA.

#11 Blake Koch Chevy LeafFilter Kaulig Racing Chris Rice ECR Engines
LeafFilter will again sponsor all 33 races and Koch returns as the driver.

#13 Mark Thompson
Carl Long
Brandon Hightower
Timmy Hill
Bobby Dale Earnhardt
Enrique Baca
Toyota/Dodge Phoenix Air
TLC Vacations
CrashClaimsR.us
Lovers or Losers
O.C.R. Gaz Bar
Motorsports Business Management Carl Long ?
Team will continue to put together a variety of drivers and sponsors to run the full season.
Thompson drove at Daytona (Feb), Talladega, Daytona (Jun) with Phoenix Air sponsorship [DNQ].
Long drove at Atlanta with TLC Vacations sponsorship [DNQ], Phoenix (Mar), Pocono with CrashClaimsR.us sponsorship, Bristol (Apr), New Hampshire, Watkins Glen with O.C.R. Gaz Bar sponsorship, Richmond (Apr), Iowa (Jun) [no sponsor].
Hightower drove at Las Vegas.
Hill dove at Auto Club, Charlotte (May), Dover (Jun) with CrashClaimsR.us sponsorship, Texas (Apr) with Lovers or Losers sponsorship, Michigan, Kentucky (Jul), Indianapolis, Bristol (Aug) with O.C.R. Gaz Bar sponsorship.
Earnhardt drove at Iowa (Jul) [DNQ].
Baca drove at Mid-Ohio.

#14 J.J. Yeley Toyota Superior Essex
Scranton Toyota
VISIONS Federal Credit Union
Zombie Auto
TriStar Motorsports Wally Rogers TriStar
Superior Essex will be the sponsor for 13 races - Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Las Vegas, Auto Club, Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Charlotte (May), New Hampshire, Indianapolis, rest TBA.
Scranton Toyota was the sponsor at Pocono, Iowa (Jun).
VISIONS Federal Credit Union was the sponsor at Watkins Glen.
Zombie Auto was the sponsor at Bristol (Aug).

#16 Ryan Reed Ford American Diabetes Association Drive to Stop Diabetes presented by Lilly Diabetes Roush Fenway Racing Phil Gould Roush-Yates
American Diabetes Association Drive to Stop Diabetes announced a "multi-year renewal" with the team starting in 2017.

#18 Kyle Busch
Daniel Suarez
Kyle Benjamin
Christopher Bell
Regan Smith
Toyota NOS Energy Drink
ARRIS/Juniper
PEAK Antifreeze
SiriusXM
Subway
Sport Clips
Interstate Batteries
Joe Gibbs Racing Scott Graves TRD / Joe Gibbs Racing
Suarez moves to Cup with the retirement of Edwards and will run a partial schedule of approximately 10 races.
Suarez drove at Daytona (Feb), Phoenix (Mar), Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega [PEAK], Dover (Jun) [Subway], Pocono [Juniper], Daytona (Jun) [Interstate Batteries].
Benjamin will drive at Iowa (Jul) [Sport Clips], Iowa (Jul) [Reser's] and Kentucky (Sep).
NOS will sponsor Busch in 10 races. The traditional scheme is scheduled to run at Atlanta, Auto Club, Michigan, New Hampshire, and Bristol (Aug). A NOS Rowdy paint scheme will run at Las Vegas, Kentucky (Jul), Indianapolis, Watkins Glen, and Richmond (Sep).
Bell drove Charlotte (May) [SiriusXM] and is scheduled to drive the #18 at Kansas, Texas (Nov), Phoenix (Nov) and Homestead and the #20 at Iowa (Jun) and Richmond (Sep).
Smith drove at Mid-Ohio sponsorship from Interstate Batteries.

#19 Matt Tifft Toyota Tunity
BrainTumor.org
Surface Sunscreen
SiriusXM
Wastebits
Comcast NBC Universal
Fanatics
Akron Community Foundation
MSC
Joe Gibbs Racing Matt Beckman TRD / Joe Gibbs Racing
Tifft will run the full season.
Tunity was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Dover (Jun), Pocono, Michigan, Iowa (Jun).
BrainTumor.org was the sponsor at Atlanta, Charlotte (May).
Surface Sunscreen was the sponsor at Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club.
SiriusXM was the sponsor at Texas (Apr).
Wastebits was the sponsor at Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega.
Comcast/NBC Universal Salute to Service was the sponsor at Daytona (Jun).
Surface Sunscreen/Fanatics was the sponsor at Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Iowa (Jul), Watkins Glen.
Akron Community Foundation was the sponsor at Mid-Ohio.
MSC was the sponsor at Bristol (Aug).

#20 Erik Jones
Denny Hamlin
Daniel Suarez
Kyle Benjamin
Christopher Bell
Ryan Preece
James Davison
Toyota GameStop
Reser's
Hisense
Interstate Batteries
ToyotaCare
MoHawk Northeast
Sport Clips
Juniper
Joe Gibbs Racing Chris Gabehart TRD / Joe Gibbs Racing
Erik Jones moves to Cup with Furniture Row Racing. Jones is expected to run a partial schedule.
Jones drove at Daytona (Feb), Watkins Glen with Hisense sponsorship.
Hamlin drove at Atlanta, Charlotte (May), Michigan with Hisense sponsorship.
Suarez drove at Las Vegas with Interstate Batteries sponsorship, Bristol (Aug) with Juniper sponsorship.
Reser's was the sponsor at Phoenix (Mar), Bristol (Apr), Talladega, Dover (Jun), Kentucky (Jul) and is scheduled to sponsor Darlington, Charlotte (Oct) and Kansas.
GameStop was the sponsor with Jones at Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Daytona (Jun), Indianapolis
Benjamin drove at Richmond (Apr) with ToyotaCare sponsorship and at Pocono with Hisense sponsorship.
Bell will drive the #18 at Charlotte (May), Kansas, Texas (Nov), Phoenix (Nov) and Homestead and the #20 at Iowa (Jun) and Richmond (Sep).
Preece drove with MoHawk Northeast sponsorship at New Hampshire and Iowa (Jul). He is scheduled to run again at Kentucky.
Davison drove at Mid-Ohio and Road America with Sport Clips sponsorship.

#21 Daniel Hemric Chevy Smokey Mountain Herbal Snuff
Blue Gate Bank
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Red Kap/Alsco
Death Wish Coffee
Richard Childress Racing Danny Stockman ECR Engines
Hemric has signed a multi-year agreement to drive for Childress.
Smokey Mountain Herbal Snuff was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Texas (Apr), Iowa (Jul), rest TBA. Blue Gate Bank was the sponsor at Atlanta, Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Charlotte (May), Dover (Jun), Pocono, Michigan, Iowa (Jun), Daytona (Jun), New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Mid-Ohio, Bristol (Aug).
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas was the sponsor at Las Vegas.
Red Kap / Alsco was the sponsor at Kentucky (Jul).
Death Wish Coffee was the sponsor at Watkins Glen.

#22 Brad Keselowski
Joey Logano
Ryan Blaney
Sam Hornish Jr.
Joey Logano
Ford Discount Tire
Hertz
REV Group
Fitzgerald
Fleetwood/REV Group
SKF
Penske Racing Greg Erwin? Roush-Yates
Discount Tire will be the primary sponsor for an unknown number of races.
Fitzgerald Glider Kits was the sponsor at Bristol (Apr) and is scheduled to sponsor two additional races.
Keselowski drove at Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Las Vegas, Charlotte (May), Michigan, New Hampshire with Discount Tire sponsorship.
Keselowski drove at Pocono with SKF sponsorship. Blaney drove at Phoenix (Mar), Texas (Apr), Richmond (Apr) with Discount Tire sponsorship, Bristol (Apr), Dover (Jun) with Fitzgerald sponsorship.
Logano drove at Auto Club, Talladega, Daytona (Jun), Kentucky (Jul), Indianapolis, Bristol (Aug) with America's Tire/Discount Tire sponsorship.
Hornish drove at both Iowa races and Mid-Ohio.
Keselowski drove at Watkins Glen with Fleetwood/REV sponsorship.

#23 Spencer Gallagher Chevy Allegiant Airlines
Kingman
GMS Racing Joey Cohen ?
Team will run full-time.
Allegiant Airlines was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Las Vegas, Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Charlotte (May), Dover (Jun), Pocono, Michigan, Iowa (Jun), Daytona (Jun), Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Iowa (Jul), Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Bristol (Aug).
Kingman was the sponsor at Phoenix (Mar).

#24 Scott Lagasse, Jr.
Dylan Lupton
Cale Conley

Drew Herring
Corey LaJoie
Jeb Burton
Toyota Florida DOT
youthoery
Estes Express Lines
Nut Up
Merchant Services Ltd.
JGL Racing Clinton Cram TRD / Joe Gibbs Racing
Lagassee drove at Daytona (Feb) with Florida DOT sponsorship and Talladega.
Herring drove at Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar).
LaJoie drove at Atlanta, Auto Club.
youtheory will sponsor the team at Auto Club, Dover (Sep), Charlotte (Oct), Phoenix (Nov) and Homestead (Nov). Burton drove at Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Daytona (Jun), Kentucky, Indianapolis, Bristol (Aug).
Ward Burton Wildlife Foundation and State Water Heaters sponsored Burton at Bristol (Aug).
Estes sponsored Burton at Texas (Apr), Daytona (Jun), Kentucky (Jul), Indianapolis.
Lupton drove at Richmond (Apr), Dover (Jun), Pocono, Michigan, Iowa (Jun), New Hampshire, Iowa (Jul), Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio and is scheduled to run Road America with Nut Up sponsorship. Nut Up has announced at least 3 additional races TBA.
Conley drove at Charlotte (May) [Merchant Services Ltd] and is expected to drive additional races.

#28 Dakoda Armstrong Toyota Winfield JGL Racing TRD / Joe Gibbs Racing Steven Lane
Armstrong will return for the full season.
Winfield will be the sponsor for 20 races - Daytona (Feb), Las Vegas, Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Talladega, Charlotte (May), Dover (Jun), Pocono, Michigan, Iowa (Jun), Daytona (Jun), Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Iowa (Jul), Mid-Ohio, Bristol (Aug), rest TBA.
The team did not have a sponsor at Atlanta, Phoenix (Mar), Richmond (Apr), Watkins Glen.

#33 Brandon Jones Chevy Anderson's Maple Syrup
Menards
Nexteer Automotive
Freightliner
Hope for the Warriors
Wood Ducks Baseball
AAA
Rain-X
Sparco
Ohio Logistics
Richard Childress Racing Nick Harrison ECR Engines
Jones will return for the full season.
Anderson's Maple Syrup will be the sponsor in "multiple" races - Atlanta, Pocono, rest TBA.
Menards will sponsor Jones in "select races" - Las Vegas, Bristol (Apr), Iowa (Jun), Indianapolis, Iowa (Jul), Mid-Ohio, rest TBA.
Nexteer will be the sponsor in "select races" - Daytona (Feb), Talladega, Michigan, rest TBA.
Chevy Truck Month was the sponsor at Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club.
Freightliner was the sponsor at Texas (Apr), Watkins Glen.
Hope for the Warriors was the sponsor at Richmond (Apr).
Wood Ducks Baseball was the sponsor at Charlotte (May).
AAA was the sponsor at Dover (Jun), Kentucky (Jul).
Rain-X/Advance Auto Parts was the sponsor at Daytona (Jun).
Sparco was the sponsor at New Hampshire.
Ohio Logistics was the sponsor at Bristol (Aug).

#39 Ryan Sieg Chevy Booyah Mortgage
Crazy Vapors
TAP and Sons Electric

Smiley Transportation
Holley's Home Furnishings / Alabama Soda and Abrasive Blasting
HangnOut.com/datalink
Hess Ornamental Iron
Ritchie
Midwest Basement
Cook's Comfort Systems
RSS Racing Paul Claprood Richard Childress Racing
Team returns for the full season.
Booyah Mortgage was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb).
Crazy Vapors was the sponsor at Atlanta.
Speedway Children's Charities was on the car at Las Vegas.
TAP and Sons Electric was the sponsor at Phoenix (Mar).
Speedway Children's Charities was on the car at Auto Club.
Smiley Transportation was the sponsor at Texas (Apr).
Holley's Home Furnishings and Alabama Soda and Abrasive Blasting were the sponsors at Talladega.
HangnOut.com/datalink was the sponsor at Charlotte (May).
Hess Ornamental Iron was the sponsor at Pocono, Iowa (Jun).
Holley's Home Furnishing and Double Nuts Racing Track Supplies were the sponsors at Daytona (Jun).
Ritchie was the sponsor at Iowa (Jul).
Midwest Basement was the sponsor at Watkins Glen.
Cook's Comfort Systems was the sponsor at Bristol (Aug).

#40 Brandon Hightower
Timmy Hill
Austin Wayne Self
Chad Finchum
Josh Bilicki
Stan Mullis
Enrique Baca
Tim Cowen
Dodge Advanced Specialized Carriers
CrashClaimsR.us
Legacy Construction
Overstock Mercantile
CNC Swiss/XTREME PH
Amana
PEAK
Motorsports Business Management Jason Houghtaling ?
Team will continue to put together a variety of drivers and sponsors to run the full season.
Hightower drove at Daytona (Feb), Auto Club.
Hill drove at Atlanta, Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Talladega, New Hampshire with CrashClaimsR.us sponsorship and at Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Richmond (Apr), Pocono, Iowa (Jun), Daytona (Jun).
Self was scheduled to drive at Charlotte (May) but Long was in the car.
Finchum drove at Dover (Jun) with Overstock Mercantile sponsorship, Kentucky (Jul), Indianapolis (Amana sponsorship), Bristol (Aug) (Smithbilt Homes).
Bilicki drove at Michigan with CNC Swiss/X-TREME PH sponsorship.
Mullis drove at Iowa (Jul).
Baca drove at Watkins Glen with PEAK sponsorship.
Cowen drove at Mid-Ohio

#42 Kyle Larson
Tyler Reddick
Justin Marks
Chevy Broken Bow Records
Jacob Companies
Credit One Bank

ENEOS
Parker Store
Katerra
BurgerFi
Chip Ganassi Racing Mike Shiplett Hendrick
Tyler Reddick will move from the Truck Series and run 18-22 races, splitting the car with Kyle Larson. Marks will remain with Ganassi and could run a few races.
Broken Bow Records will sponsor Reddick in "multiple races" - Daytona (Feb), Phoenix (Mar), Texas (Apr), Talladega, Charlotte (May), Michigan, Iowa (Jun), Daytona (Jun), Kentucky (Jul), Indianapolis, Iowa (Jul), rest TBA.
Larson drove at Atlanta with Jacob Companies sponsorship; Las Vegas, Richmond (Apr), Watkins Glen with Credit One Bank sponsorship; Dover (Jun) with Parker Store sponsorship.
Larson drove at Auto Club, Bristol (Apr), Pocono, New Hampshire with ENEOS sponsorship.
Marks drove at Mid-Ohio and Road American with Katerra sponsorship.
BurgerFi sponsored Reddick at Bristol (Aug).

#48 Brennan Poole Chevy DC Solar Chip Ganassi Racing Chad Norris Hendrick
Poole & DC Solar will return for the full season.

#51 Jeremy Clements Chevy RepairableVehicles.com
Rinnai
Harrison's Outfitters
BRT Extrusions
St. Clair Foods
Jeremy Clements Racing Danny Gill Clements Racing Engines
Clements will return for the full season.
RepairableVehicles.com was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Dover (Jun), Pocono, Michigan, Iowa (Jun), Daytona (Jun), Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Iowa (Jul), Watkins Glen.
Rinnai was the sponsor at Atlanta.
AllSouthElectric.com was the sponsor at Bristol (Apr), Indianapolis.
Harrison's Outfitters was the sponsor at Charlotte (May).
BRT Extrusions was the sponsor at Mid-Ohio.
St. Clair Foods was the sponsor at Bristol (Aug).

#52 Joey Gase Chevy Donate Life
Life Link Foundation
Nevada Donor Network
Spark Energy
Agri Supply
Franklin Signs & Graphics
Trenton's Legacy
ProMaster Home Repair and Handyman
Jerry K Ask Invesments
Jimmy Means Racing Tim Brown Means Motorsports
Gase will return for the full season.
Donate Life Florida was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb).
Life Link Foundation was the sponsor at Atlanta.
Nevada Donor Network was the sponsor at Las Vegas.
Donate Life Arizona was the sponsor at Phoenix (Mar).
Donate Life California was the sponsor at Auto Club.
Donate Life Texas was the sponsor at Texas (Apr).
The Racing Warehouse was the sponsor at Bristol (Apr).
Donate Life Virginia was the sponsor at Richmond (Apr).
Spark Energy was the sponsor at Talladega, Iowa (Jun).
Agri Supply was the sponsor at Charlotte (May).
Donate Life was the sponsor at Dover (Jun), Pocono, Indianapolis, Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio.
Franklin Signs & Graphics was the sponsor at Michigan.
Trenton's Legacy was the sponsor at Daytona (Jun).
ProMaster Home Repair and Handyman was the sponsor at Kentucky (Jul).
Jerry K Ask Investments was the sponsor at New Hampshire, Iowa (Jul).
Donate Life Tennessee was the sponsor at Bristol (Aug).

#62 Brendan Gaughan Chevy South Point Resort
U.S. Cellular
American Ethanol/Kum & Go
USAF Special Tactics
Richard Childress Racing Shane Wilson ECR Engines
Gaughan & South Point will return for the full season.
American Ethanol/Kum & Go was the sponsor at Iowa (Jun).
U.S. Cellular was the sponsor at Iowa (Jul).
USAF Special Tactics was on the car at Daytona (Jun).

#74 Mike Harmon
Jordan Anderson
Cody Ware
Dodge Somerset Hardwood Flooring
Forj'd Leather
AFM GraphicsTD>
Mike Harmon Racing/Veterans Motorsports RB Bracken ?
Veterans Motorsports will partner with Harmon in 2017. Details have not been released.
Harmon drove at Daytona (Feb) [DNQ], Atlanta [DNQ], Las Vegas [DNQ], Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr) [DNQ], Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Dover (Jun), Pocono, Iowa (Jun), Daytona (Jun), Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Bristol (Aug).
Somerset Hardwood Flooring was the sponsor at Bristol (Apr).
Anderson drove at Charlotte (May) [DNQ].
Forj'd Leather was the sponsor at New Hampshire, Iowa (Jul).
AFM Graphics was the sponsor at Indianapolis.
Ware drove at Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio.

#78 BJ McLeod
Clint King
Jeff Green
Jordan Anderson
Tommy Joe Martins
Angela Rush
Stephen Young
Ford Triple R Containers
Diamond Gusset Jeans
Give a Child a Voice
Wealth Recovery International
B.J. McLeod Motorsports Keith Wolfe ?
Team plans to run the full season.
King drove at Daytona (Feb), Atlanta.
McLeod drove at Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega [Triple R Containers] [DNQ, Daytona (Jun). Green drove at Charlotte (May) [DNQ].
Anderson drove at Dover (Jun).
Martins drove at Pocono, Michigan, Iowa (Jun) with Diamond Gusset Jeans sponsorship and New Hampshire, Indianapolis with no sponosor, Iowa (Jul), Bristol (Aug) with Circle Track Warehouse sponsorship.
Rush drove at Kentucky (Jul) with Give a Child a Choice sponsorship.
Young drove at Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio with Wealth Recovery International sponsorship.

#90 Mario Gosselin
Brandon Brown
Martin Roy
Alex Labbe
Josh Williams
Dexter Bean
Brian Henderson
Matt Bell
Chevy Sun Frog
Cote
Gamache Truck Center
Can-A
Coastal Carolina University
Horton Farms
ACTEVMOTORS.com
King Autosports Adam Brenner ?
Team may partner with Brandonbilt Motorsports for some races in 2017.
Gosselin drove at Daytona (Feb), Phoenix (Mar), Indianapolis.
Brown drove at Atlanta, Richmond (Apr), Dover (Jun), Bristol (Aug) [Coastal Carolina University], Michigan [Coastal Carolina University, Daytona (Jun) [Horton Farms], Kentucky (Jul) [DNQ], Iowa (Jul) [Coastal Carolina University].
Roy drove at Las Vegas, Auto Club, Talladega, New HampshireBR> Labbe drove at Texas (Apr), Charlotte (May) with Can-Am sponsorship.
Williams drove at Bristol (Apr), Pocono.
Bean drove at Iowa (Jun).
Henderson drove at Watkins Glen.
Bell drove at Mid-Ohio

#99 David Starr Chevy Striping Technology
Whataburger
Double D Meat Co.
Dealer Associates
Victory Lane Quick Oil Change
Honest Wrenches
RSS Racing Ken Evans ?
Starr drove at Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Richmond (Apr), Dover (Jun), Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire with Striping Technology sponsorship.
Whataburger was the sponsor at Texas (Apr), Talladega, Indianapolis, Bristol (Aug).
Double D Meat Co./Striping Technology were the sponsors at Bristol (Apr).
Dealer Associates was the sponsor at Charlotte (May).
Victory Lane Quick Oil Change was the sponsor at Michigan.
Honest Wrenches was the sponsor at Iowa (Jul).

TEAMS RUNNING PARTIAL SCHEDULE OR HAVE CLOSED DOWN

CAR #
DRIVER
MANU
SPONSOR
TEAM/OWNER
CREW CHIEF
ENGINES
#6 Darrell Wallace, Jr. Ford Leidos
Mello Yello
Globe Life & Accident
Cars 3
Roush Fenway Racing Seth Barbour Roush-Yates
Liedos will sponsor the first six races: Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr).
Mello Yellow was the sponsor at Richmond (Apr).
Globe Life And Accident Insurance Company was the sponsor Talladega, Charlotte (May).
Cars 3 was the sponsor at Dover (Jun), Pocono. Team suspended operations after Pocono.

#12 Joey Logano Ford REV
PPG
Snap-On
Penske Racing Brian Wilson Roush-Yates
Penske had announced they would move to two full time teams in 2017, but sponsorship did not come through and the team will be part-time.
Logano drove at Las Vegas with REV sponsorship, Texas (Apr) with PPG sponsorship, Watkins Glen with Snap-On sponsorship.
Blaney drove at Charlotte (May), Kentucky (Jul) with Snap-On sponsorship.

#15 Reed Sorenson Chevy JD Motorsports with Gary Keller Wayne Setterington, Jr. Clements Engines
Team ran at New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Iowa (Jul), Bristol (Aug) [DNQ].

#25 Chris Cockrum
PJ Jones
Chevy Advanced Communications Group Cockrum Racing? Jeff Spraker ?
Cockrum drove at Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Talladega, Daytona (Jun).
PJ Jones attempted Watkins Glen by DNQ.

#26 Scott Lagasse, Jr. Toyota Alert Today Florida
Florida Lottery
JGL Racing Steven Gray TRD / Joe Gibbs Racing
Team ran at Daytona (Jun).

#41 Kevin Harvick Ford Hunt Brothers Pizza
Textron Off Road
Stewart Haas Racing ? Roush-Yates
Harvick will be sponsored by Hunt Brothers Pizza in four races: Texas (Apr), Charlotte (May), Kentucky (Jul), Darlington (Sep).
Textron Off Road sponsored Harvick at Atlanta.
FIELDS sponsored Harvick at Watkins Glen.

#44 Benny Gordon Toyota Florida Lottery TriStar Motorsports Frank Kerr TriStar
Gordon drove at Daytona (Feb) with Florida Lottery sponsorship.

#45 Tommy Joe Martins Chevy Diamond Gusset Jeans Martins Motorsports Kevin Eagle ?
Team planned to compete at the Spring & Fall events at Bristol, Dover, & Richmond, as well as Chicagoland, Kansas, & Indianapolis.
Team decided to not attempt Bristol (Apr) due to bad weather forecasts.
Team did not attempt Dover (Jun).
Team ran at Richmond (Apr) [DNQ].

#46 Brandon Gdovic
Anthony Kumpen
Quin Houff
Chevy ?
LeasePlan
Precision Performance Motorsports Mark Setzer Collins Engine Works
Team announced before the season that they planned to run the full schedule, but did not.
Kumpen drove with LeasePlan sponsorship at Daytona (Feb) and Mid-Ohio.
Houff drove at Bristol (Mar), Richmond (Apr), Iowa (Jun), Kentucky (Jul) [DNQ].

#60 Ty Majeski Ford iRacing
Bit-O-Honey
Roush Fenway Racing Seth Barbour Roush-Yates
Team ran at Iowa (Jun) [iRacing] and Iowa (Jul) [Bit-O-Hones].

#72 John Jackson Dodge CrashClaimsR.us Motorsports Business Management Dave Jones Motorsports Business Management
Team ran at New Hampshire.

#77 Stephen Leicht
Josh Bilicki
Chevy Vroom Brands Obaika Racing ? TriStar
Team announced they would run two full-time teams, but shut down shortly after the season began.
Greg Vandersluis was scheduled to drive at Mid-Ohio. The team withdrew.
Stephen Leicht was entered at Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Phoenix (Mar) but the #77 was withdrawn and Leicht moved to the #97.
Bilicki drove at Las Vegas [DNQ].

#86 Brandon Brown Chevy ? Brandonbilt Motorsports Adam Brenner ?
Team was planning a limited schedule of at least: Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Richmond (Apr), Dover (Jun), Pocono, Kentucky (Jul), Bristol (Aug), Richmond (Sept), Kentucky (Sep), Charlotte (Oct) and Homestead.
They are partnering with King Autosports for at least part of that schedule.

#88 Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
Kasey Kahne
Chevy Degree
Hellmans
Armour
Goody's Mixed Fruit Blast
JR Motorsports Scott Radel Hendrick
Earnhardt, Jr will drive at Bristol (Aug) and Richmond (Sep) [Degree].
Kahne drove at Daytona (Feb) [Hellmans] and Talladega [Armour].
Earnhardt, Jr. drove at Bristol (Aug) with Goody's sponsorship.

#89 Morgan Shepherd Chevy Visone RV Shepherd Racing Ventures Nicholas Hoechst ECR Engines
Team attempted Daytona (Feb) [DNQ], Atlanta [DNQ], Las Vegas [DNQ], Phoenix (Mar), Richmond (Apr) [DNQ], Talladega, Dover (Jun), Pocono, Michigan, Iowa (Jun), Kentucky (Jul) [DNQ], New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Iowa (Jul), Mid-Ohio, Bristol (Aug) [DNQ].
Did not attempt: Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Charlotte (May), Daytona (Jun), Watkins Glen.

#92 Josh Williams Chevy ? King Autosports Kevin Koykin ?
Williams drove at Michigan, Daytona (Jun).

#93 Jordan Anderson
Jeff Greeen
Stephen Leicht
Chevy ? Ryan Sieg Racing Bruce Cook ?
Team is expected to run part-time as a start and park team.
Anderson drove at Atlanta, Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr)
Jeff Green drove at Richmond (Apr), Dover (Jun), Pocono, Michigan, Iowa (Jun), Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Iowa (Jul), Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Bristol (Aug). Did not run at Talladega.
Leicht drove at Charlotte (May).

#96 Ben Kennedy
Brett Moffitt
Chevy Jacob Companies
Weber
Northland Foundations
GMS Racing Jeff Stankiewicz ?
Kennedy drove at Charlotte (May), Dover (Jun), Michigan, Kentucky (Jul), Indianapolis, Bristol (Aug) and is expected to run Darlington, Richmond (Sep), Chicago, Dover (Sep), Charlotte (Oct).
Team was scheduled to run at Pocono but withdrew.
Weber was the sponsor at Michigan, Kentucky (Jul), Indianapolis, Bristol (Aug).
Northland Foundations was the sponsor for Moffitt at Iowa (Jul).

#97 Stephen Leicht
Josh Bilicki
Chevy Vroom Brands? Obaika Racing Lauryn Scott TriStar
Team planned to run two full-time teams, but that fell apart early in the season. Greg Vandersluis is supposed to drive either the #77 or #97 at Mid-Ohio, but the team appears to have shut down.
Leicht drove at Daytona (Feb) [DNQ], Atlanta, Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr) [DNQ].

#98 Aric Almirola
Casey Mears
Ford Fresh From Florida
Shelby American
GEICO Military
Biagi-Denbeste Racing Jon Hanson Roush-Yates
Fresh for Florida sponsored Almirola at Daytona (Feb), Atlanta and Talladega, Bristol (Aug).
Almirola drove at Las Vegas with Shelby American sponsorship. Mears drove with GEICO sponsorship at Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Charlotte (May), Kentucky (Jul), Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio and is scheduled to drive at Road America, Richmond, Dover (Sep), Phoenix (Nov), Homestead.
Mears drove at Pocono and Daytona (Jun) with Fresh from Florida sponsorship.