2018 NASCAR XFINITY Series Team Chart

UPDATED: 9-21-2018

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2018 Rookie of the Year Candidates

Christopher Bell
Josh Bilicki
Spencer Boyd
Austin Cindric
Kaz Grala
Alex Labbe
Vinnie Miller
Tyler Reddick


TEAMS THAT HAVE RUN EVERY RACE IN 2018

CAR #
DRIVER
MANU
SPONSOR
TEAM/OWNER
CREW CHIEF
ENGINES
#00 Cole Custer Ford Haas Automation
Go Bowling
Thompson Pip Group
Stewart-Haas Racing with Biagi-DenBeste Jeff Mendering Roush-Yates
Stewart-Haas Racing will partner with Biagi-DenBeste for their XFINITY Series program. Custer will return for the full season.
Haas Automation was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Las Vegas (Mar), Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Bristol (Apr), Talladega, Dover (May), Charlotte (May), Pocono, Iowa (Jun), Chicago, Daytona (Jul), Kentucky, New Hampshire, Iowa (Jul), Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Bristol (Aug), Road America, Darlington, Indianapolis.
Thompson Pipe Group was the sponsor at Texas (Apr).
Code 3 Associates was the sponsor at Richmond (Apr), Michigan, Las Vegas (Sep).
Go Bowling was the sponsor at Richmond (Sep).

#0 Garrett Smithley
Matt Mills
Vinnie Miller
Chevy FAME
Kabat, Schertzer, De La Torre, Taraboulos and Company
Flex Tape
Flex Glue
VehicleKeys.com
FAME
Heroes Haven
Wheeling Wailers
Wheeling Nailers
JD Motorsports with Gary Keller Wayne Carroll Clements Engines
Smithley will return for the full season.
Flex Tape was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Bristol (Aug).
Mills drove the #0 at Atlanta and Las Vegas.
Flex Glue was the sponsor at Phoenix (Mar).
VehicleKeys.com was the sponsor at Auto Club, Bristol (Apr), Michigan.
FAME was the sponsor at: Texas (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Charlotte (May), Chicago, Daytona (Jul), Kentucky, New Hampshire, Iowa (Jul), Indianapolis, Las Vegas (Sep).
Hereos Haven was the sponsor at Dover (May).
Wheeling Nailers was the sponsor at Pocono, Mid-Ohio.
Miller drove at Darlington with Flex Glue sponsorship. Kabat, Schertzer, De La Torre, Taraboulos and Company will be the sponsor at Homestead.

#01 Vinnie Miller
Landon Cassill
Chevy Flex Glue
Flex Tape
JAS Expedited Trucking
Gerber Collision
Herb Kinman Chevrolet
JD Motorsports with Gary Keller Ryan Bell Clements Engines
Miller will drive the full season.
Flex Glue was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Bristol (Apr), Bristol (Aug).
Flex Tape was the sponsor at Phoenix (Mar).
JAS Expedited Trucking was the sponsor at: Atlanta, Las Vegas (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Charlotte (May), Pocono, Michigan, Iowa (Jun), Daytona (Jul), New Hampshire, Iowa (Jul), Mid-Ohio, Road America, Indianapolis, Las Vegas (Sep), Richmond (Sep).
Gerber Collision was the sponsor at Chicago
Herb Kinman Chevrolet was the sponsor at Kentucky.
Landon Cassill drove at Darlington with Flex Seal sponsorship.

#1 Elliott Sadler Chevy OneMain Financial
Hunt Brothers Pizza
Armour
Cessna
Chevrolet
US Cellular
Textron Off Road Wildcat
JR Motorsports Kevin Meendering Hendrick
OneMain will return for another partial season.
OneMain was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Las Vegas (Mar), Texas (Apr), Talladega, Dover (May), Charlotte (May), Pocono, Michigan, Iowa (Jun), Chicago, Kentucky, New Hampshire, Bristol (Aug), Road America, Indianapolis, Las Vegas (Sep), Richmond (Sep).
Cessna was the sponsor at Atlanta, Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club.
Hunt Brothers Pizza is scheduled to sponsor two races in 2018: Mid-Ohio and TBA.
Armour will sponsor an unknown number of races: Bristol (Apr), Daytona (Jul), Darlington, rest TBA.
Chevrolet was the sponsor at Richmond (Apr).
US Cellular was the sponsor at Iowa (Jul).
Textron Off Road was the sponsor at Watkins Glen.

#2 Matt Tifft Chevy Anderson's Maple Syrup
Nexteer
Surface Sunscreen
Tunity
Dollar Shave Club
KCMG
National Brain Tumor Society
Wastebits
American Ethanol
Fanatics
Dragon Alliance
Richard Childress Racing Randall Burnett ECR Engines
Matt Tifft moves from Joe Gibbs Racing to RCR in 2018.
Dollar Shave Club will sponsor Tifft in one race.
Anderson's Maple Syrup will sponsor "multiple" races - Auto Club, Richmond (Sep), rest TBA.
Nexteer will sponsor "multiple" races - Daytona (Feb), Dover (May), Michigan, Bristol (Aug), rest TBA.
Surface Sunscreen was the sponsor at Atlanta, Texas (Apr), Chicago, Kentucky, Darlington, Indianapolis.
Tunity was the sponsor at Las Vegas (Mar), Bristol (Apr), Pocono, Watkins Glen.
Dollar Shave Club was the sponsor at Phoenix (Mar).
KCMG will be the sponsor at "multiple" races: Talladega, Charlotte (May), Daytona (Jul), Las Vegas (Sep), rest TBA.
National Brain Tumor Society was the sponsor at Richmond (Apr), New Hampshire.
Wastebits was the sponsor at Iowa (Jun).
American Ethanol was the sponsor at Iowa (Jul).
Fanatics was the sponsor at Mid-Ohio.
Dragon Alliance was the sponsor at Road America.

#3 Ty Dillon
Austin Dillon
Brendan Gaughan
Shane Lee
Jeb Burton
Chevy Bass Pro Shops / Cabela's
Red Kap
Go Green Equipment
Estes Express Lines
State Water Heaters
Wrangler FR
Childress Vineyards
Nexium
South Point
Daniel Defense
Advil
Richard Childress Racing Nick Harrison ECR Engines
Richard Childress Racing will cut back to three teams in 2018 - #2-Matt Tifft, #21-Daniel Hemric, and #3 will be run by a variety of drivers. Austin & Ty Dillon will be sponsored by Bass Pro Shops / Cabela's in "several races".
Gaughan drove at Mid-Ohio [South Point] and Road America [South Point].
Austin Dillon drove at Daytona (Feb), Michigan, New Hampshire, Watkins Glen with Bass Pro sponsorship; Las Vegas (Mar) with Go Green Equipment sponsorship; Auto Club with Red Kap sponsorship.
Ty Dillon drove at Atlanta, Kentucky with Red Kap sponsorship, Phoenix (Mar), Bristol (Aug) with Bass Pro sponsorship, Texas (Apr) with Wrangler FR sponsorship, Darlington with Daniel Defense sponsorship, Indianapolis with Advil sponsorship. Estes Express Lines and State Water Heaters will sponsor Burton when he drives: Richmond (Apr) [Estes], Dover (May) [State], Chicago [Estes] rest TBA.
Lee drove at Bristol (Apr), Talladega, Pocono, Iowa (Jun), Daytona (Jul), Iowa (Jul), Las Vegas (Sep), Richmond (Sep) with Childress Vineyards sponsorship.
Nexium sponsored Ty Dillon at Charlotte (May).

#4 Ross Chastain
Garrett Smithley
Landon Cassill
Quinn Houff
Chevy Flex Seal
Daley Technology Systems
Florida Watermelon Association
USVETS911.com
Delaware Office of Highway Safety
Georgia Watermelon Association
Gerber Collision
AE Door and Windows
KM Sports
Protect Your Melon
South Carolina Education Lottery
Eat Illiana Watermelon
JD Motorsports with Gary Keller Rob Goodman Clements Engines
Chastain will return for the full season.
Flex Seal was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Phoenix (Mar), Texas (Apr), Talladega, Pocono, Michigan, New Hampshire, Bristol (Aug).
Daley Technology Systems was the sponsor at Auto Club.
Florida Watermelon Association was the sponsor at Bristol (Apr), Charlotte (May).
USVETS911.com was the sponsor at Richmond (Apr).
Delaware Office of Highway Safety was the sponsor at Dover (May).
Georgia Watermelon Association was the sponsor at Iowa (Jun), Daytona (Jul).
Gerber Collision was the sponsor at Chicago.
AE Door & Windows was the sponsor at Kentucky.
KM Sports was the sponsor at Iowa (Jul).
Protect Your Melon.Buckle Up New York was the sponsor at Watkins Glen.
Garrett Smithley drove at Darlington with South Carolina Education Lottery as the sponsor.
Eat Illiana Watermelon was the sponsor at Indianapolis.
Cassill drive at Las Vegas (Sep).
Houff drove at Richmond (Sep).

#5 Michael Annett Chevy Pilot Flying J
TMC
Northland Oil
Allstate Parts and Service Group
JR Motorsports Travis Mack Hendrick
Pilot Flying J was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Las Vegas (Mar), Phoenix (Mar), Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Dover (May), Charlotte (May), Pocono, Daytona (Jul), Bristol (Aug), Indianapolis, Richmond (Sep).
TMC was the sponsor at Michigan, New Hampshire, Iowa (Jul), Watkins Glen.
Northland Oil was the sponsor at Iowa (Jun).
Allstate Parts & Service Group was the sponsor at Mid-Ohio, Road America, Las Vegas (Sep).

#7 Justin Allgaier Chevy BRANDT
Rinnai
Hellmans
Suave
Trademark Nitrogen
SiteOne Landscape Supply
Bryers
Dale Jr's Whisky River
Dove Men + Care
Precision Tank
Chevrolet Accessories
JR Motorsports David Ingram Jr. Hendrick
BRANDT will be the sponsor for 19 races - Daytona (Feb), Las Vegas (Mar), Phoenix (Mar), Texas (Apr), Charlotte (May), Michigan, Iowa (Jun), Chicago, Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Bristol (Aug), Road America, Las Vegas (Sep), Richmond (Sep), rest TBA.
Rinnai was the sponsor at Atlanta.
Hellman's was the sponsor at Auto Club, Richmond (Apr).
Suave Men was the sponsor at Bristol (Apr).
Trademark Nitrogen was the sponsor at Talladega.
SiteOne Landscape Supply was the sponsor at Dover (May).
Bryers was the sponsor at Pocono, Daytona (Jul).
Whisky River was the sponsor at Kentucky.
Dove Men + Care was the sponsor at New Hampshire, Indianapolis.
Precision Tank was the sponsor at Iowa (Jul).
Chevrolet Accessories was the sponsor at Darlington.

#8 Caesar Bacarella
Tommy Joe Martins
Bayley Currey
Blake Jones

Ray Black Jr
Caesar Bacarella
Angela Ruch
Scott Heckert
Cody Ware
Ford Alpha Prime
CHASCO
AAN Adjusters/Gilreath Farms
Tennessee XXX Moonshine
B.J. McLeod Motorsports David Ingram, Jr. ?
Caesar Bacarella drove at Daytona (Feb) with Alpha Prime sponsorship.
Tommy Joe Martins drove at Atlanta, Las Vegas (Mar), Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Charlotte (May), Pocono, Darlington.
Currey drove at Texas (Apr) with CHASCO sponsorship.
Ray Black Jr drove at Dover (May), Kentucky, Iowa (Jul), Bristol (Aug), Las Vegas (Sep), Richmond (Sep).
Bacarella drove at Michigan, Daytona (Jul), Indianapolis.
Jones drove at Iowa (Jun), Chicago with Tennessee XXX Moonshine sponsorship.
Ruch drove at New Hampshire with Give a Child a Choice on the car.
Heckert drove at Watkins Glen, Road America.
Ware drove at Mid-Ohio.

#9 Tyler Reddick Chevy BurgerFi
Takl
Old Milwaukee Beer

Nationwide Children's Hospital
Armour Chili
Hennessey Performance
Pinnacle Financial Partners
Food City
JR Motorsports Dave Elenz Hendrick
Reddick will join JR Motorsports for the full 2018 season.
BurgerFi was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Iowa (Jun) and Kentucky.
Nationwide Children's Hospital was on the car at Las Vegas (Mar), Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Michigan, Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Indianapolis, Las Vegas (Sep), Richmond (Sep).
Armour Chili was the sponsor at Talladega.
Hennessey Performance was the sponsor at Dover (May).
Pinnacle Financial Partners was the sponsor at Charlotte (May), Pocono.
Takl was the sponsor at Chicago, Daytona (Jul), New Hampshire, Iowa (Jul).
Food City was the sponsor at Bristol (Aug).
There was no sponsor at Road America.
Old Milwaukee Beer was the sponsor at Darlington.

#11 Ryan Truex Chevy LeafFilter
Bar Harbor
Sea Watch International
Phantom Fireworks
Kaulig Racing Chris Rice ECR Engines
Ryan Truex replaces Blake Koch for the full season.
Bar Harbor/Sea Watch International was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Las Vegas (Mar), Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Dover (May).
Phantom Fireworks was the sponsor at Charlotte (May), Pocono, Michigan, Iowa (Jun), Chicago, Daytona (Jul), Kentucky, New Hampshire, Iowa (Jul).
LeafFilter was the sponsor at Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Bristol (Aug), Road America, Darlington, Indianapolis, Las Vegas (Sep), Richmond (Sep).

#15 Joe Nemechek
Matt Mills
Garrett Smithley
BJ McLeod
Brandon Hightower
Mike Skeen
John Jackson
Katherine Legge
Chevy Flex Tape
Flex Shot
Flex Glue
Flex Seal
Cellairis
Safeway
Fleetwing

Meding's Seafood/Iron Source
Airtec
BUBBA Burger
JD Motorsports with Gary Keller Ron Drake Clements Engines
The #15 will run full time. Mills was originally scheduled to run all the races after Phoenix (Mar).
Mills drove at Atlanta, Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Pocono, Michigan.
Nemechek drove at Daytona (Feb), Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Charlotte (May).
Smithley drove at Atlanta, Las Vegas (Mar).
Cellairis was the sponsor at Atlanta.
Flex Shot was the sponsor at Phoenix (Mar).
Flex Glue was the sponsor at Auto Club, Michigan.
Did not qualify at Texas (Apr).
Flex Seal was the sponsor at Bristol (Apr).
Safeway was the sponsor at Richmond (Apr).
Fleetwing was the sponsor at Talladega.
Medin's Seafood/Iron Source was the sponsor at Dover (May).
McLeod drove at Iowa (Jun), Chicago, Daytona (Jul), Kentucky, New Hampshire, Bristol (Aug), Darlington, Indianapolis, Las Vegas (Sep).
Hightower drove at Iowa (Jul).
Skeen drove at Watkins Glen.
Jackson drove at Mid-Ohio.
Legge drove at Road America with Airtec sponsorship and Richmond (Sep) with Bubba Burger sponsorship.

#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 Ryan Preece
Kyle Busch
Denny Hamlin
Erik Jones
Daniel Suárez
Kyle Benjamin
Noah Gragson
Riley Herbst
James Davison
Toyota NOS Energy Drink
Interstate Batteries
PEAK
Switch
Comcast
Maltesers
Advance Auto Parts
Juniper
Falmouth Ready Mix
Craftsman
Tilson Forest Hearing Cruz
Sport Clips
Joe Gibbs Racing Eric Phillips TRD / Joe Gibbs Racing
Kyle Busch will run seven races - Las Vegas (Mar) [Interstate Batteries], Phoenix (Mar) [NOS], Charlotte (May) [NOS], Pocono [Comcast Salute to Service], Michigan [Maltesers], Kentucky [NOS], Bristol (Aug) [NOS].
Rheem sponsored Preece at Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Daytona (Jul), Indianapolis, Las Vegas (Sep) and is scheduled to sponsor him at Charlotte (Sep); Texas (Nov); ISM Raceway (Nov).
Craftsman will sponsor Preece at Watkins Glen, Richmond (Sep), Dover (Oct) and Kansas.
Falmouth Ready Mix sponsored Preece at New Hampshire.
Suarez drove at Daytona (Feb) with Interstate Batteries sponsorship, Chicago with Juniper sponsorship.
Benjamin drove at Atlanta and Iowa (Jul). PEAK was the sponsor at Atlanta; Toyota Service Centers at Iowa (Jul) and Mid-Ohio.
Gragson will drive at Richmond (Apr) [Switch], Talladega [Switch], and Dover (May) [Switch].
Herbst drove at Iowa (Jun) with Advance Auto Parts sponsorship.
Davison drove at Road America with Tilson Forest Hearing Cruz sponsorship.
Hamlin drove with Sport Clips sponsorship at Darlington.

#19 Brandon Jones Toyota Menards
Toyota Service Centers
XYO Network

Juniper Networks
Comcast
Hope for the Warriors
Joe Gibbs Racing Chris Gabehart TRD / Joe Gibbs Racing
Menards will sponsor Brandon Jones in 10 races: Atlanta, Las Vegas (Mar), Auto Club, Bristol (Apr), Charlotte (May), Chicago, Kentucky, Iowa (Jul), Mid-Ohio, Indianapolis, Las Vegas (Sep), rest TBA.
Juniper Networks was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Phoenix (Mar), Bristol (Aug), Richmond (Sep).
Toyota Service Centers was the sponsor at Texas (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Watkins Glen, Road America.
XYO Network was the sponsor at Talladega (Apr), Dover (May), Pocono, Michigan, Iowa (Jun), New Hampshire.
Comcast was the sponsor at Daytona (Jul).
Hope for the Warriors was the sponsor at Darlington.

#20 Christopher Bell Toyota Rheem
GameStop
Joe Gibbs Racing Jason Ratcliff TRD / Joe Gibbs Racing
Christopher Bell will drive full time.
Rheem and it's associated companies were the sponsor at: Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Las Vegas (Mar), Phoenix (Mar), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Dover (May), Charlotte (May), Pocono, Michigan, Iowa (Jun), Chicago, Kentucky, New Hampshire, Iowa (Jul), Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Bristol (Aug), Road America, Darlington, Richmond (Sep) and are scheduled to sponsor Dover (Oct); Kansas; Homestead.
GameStop was the sponsor at Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Daytona (Jul), Indianapolis, Las Vegas (Sep).

#21 Daniel Hemric Chevy South Point Hotel & Casino Richard Childress Racing Danny Stockman ECR Engines
Hemric will return for the full 2018 schedule. South Point will be the sponsor for all 33 races.

#22 Brad Keselowski
Joey Logano
Ryan Blaney
Paul Menard
Austin Cindric
Ford Fitzgerald Glider Kits
Discount Tire
Snap-On
LTi Printing
PIRTEK
PPG
MoneyLion
Penske Racing Brian Wilson Roush-Yates
Fitzgerald Glider Kits will be the sponsor for 16 races including Daytona (Feb), Las Vegas (Mar), Phoenix (Mar), Charlotte (May), Iowa (Jun), both Bristol races and Homestead.
LTi Printing will be the sponsor at Pocono and Iowa (Jul).
Menard drove at Pocono [LTi Printing], Michigan [Menards], Chicago [Discount Tire], Kentucky [Discount Tire] and will drive at New Hampshire.
In addition to 9 races with the #60 Roush Fenway team, Cindric will drive 24 races for Penske, split in some fashion between the #12 and #22 teams.
Logano drove at Daytona (Feb) with Fitzgerald sponsorship, Atlanta, Auto Club with Discount Tire sponsorship, Watkins Glen, Bristol (Aug) with Snap On sponsorship.
Blaney drove at Las Vegas (Mar), Texas (Apr) with Fitzgerald sponsorship, Daytona (Jul) with Pirtek sponsorship, Indianapolis with Menards sponsorship.
Keselowski drove at Phoenix (Mar), Charlotte (May) with Fitzgerald sponsorship, New Hampshire with Menards sponsorship, Darlington with Snap On sponsorship.
Cindric drove at Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Iowa (Jun) with Fitzgerald Glider Kits sponsorship; Dover (May), Road America with Menards sponsorship; Iowa (Jul) with LTi Printing, Mid-Ohio with PPG sponsorship.
MoneyLion will be the sponsor for Austin Cindric at Las Vegas (Sep), Richmond (Sep), Charlotte (Sep), and Homestead.

#23 Spencer Gallagher
Johnny Sauter
Chase Elliot
Alex Bowman
Justin Haley
Casey Roderick
A.J. Allmendinger
Bill Elliott
Chevy Allegiant Airlines
Kingman
Hooters
ISM Connect
Fraternal Order of Eagles
UNTUCKit
Chevy Accessories
Ollie's Bargain Outlet
GMS Racing Chad Norris ?
The team had considered a move to Cup, but decided against running the series full time. They will run XFINITY for the full season.
Kingman was the sponsor at Phoenix (Mar).
Allegiant sponsored the remaining races.
Gallagher was suspended after Talladega for violation of NASCAR's Substance Abuse Policy. He was reinstated on July 4.
Sauter drove at Dover (May), New Hampshire.
Chase Elliott drove at Charlotte (May) [Hooters], Pocono [Allegiant], Chicago [UNTUCKit], Daytona (Jul)[UNTUCKit], Bristol (Aug) [Ollie's Bargain Outlet], Darlington, Indianapolis [Allegiant] .
Bowman will drive at Michigan [ISM Connect], Kentucky.
Haley drove at Iowa (Jun) with FOE sponsorship. He will also run a second GMS car at Daytona (Jul) and Watkins Glen.
Gallagher returned at Kentucky and also drove at Mid-Ohio, Las Vegas (Sep), Richmond (Sep).
Roderick drove at Iowa (Jul) with Chevy Accessories sponsorship.
Allmendinger drove at Watkins Glen with ISM Connect sponsorship.
Bill Elliott drove at Road America with ISM Connect sponsorship.

#35 Joey Gase Chevy Sparks Energy
Donate Life
Agri Supply
Go Green Racing Patrick Donahue ?
Gase will team up with Go Green for the full season.
Sparks Energy will be primary sponsor for an unannounced number of races: Daytona (Feb), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Dover (May), Charlotte (May), Pocono, Michigan, Chicago, New Hampshire, Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Bristol (Aug), Road America, Indianapolis, Las Vegas (Sep), rest TBA.
Donate Life was on the car at Atlanta, Kentucky.
Nevada Donor Network was on the car at Las Vegas (Mar).
Donate Life Arizona was on the car at Phoenix (Mar).
Iowa Donor Network was the sponsor at Iowa (Jun).
Donate Life Florida/Sparks was the sponsor at Daytona (Jul).
Agri Supply was the sponsor at Darlington.
Donate Life Virginia was the sponsor at Richmond (Sep).

#36 Alex Labbe Chevy Can-Am
Sticky Stuff Custom Signs
Larue/Cyclops Gear
Larue
DGM Racing Mario Gosselin ?
Labbe will run the full season.
Can-Am was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Las Vegas (Mar), Phoenix (Mar), Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Dover (May), Charlotte (May), Pocono, Michigan, Iowa (Jun), Chicago, Daytona (Jul), Bristol (Aug), Indianapolis.
Sticky Stuff Custom Signs was the sponsor at Kentucky, Las Vegas (Sep), Richmond (Sep).
RoyAuto.com was the sponsor at New Hampshire; Iowa (Jul).
Larue/ Cyclops Gear was the sponsor at Watkins Glen.
Larue was the sponsor at Mid-Ohio, Road America
VRVictoriaville.com was the sponsor at Darlington.

#38 Jeff Green
J.J. Yeley
Brian Henderson
Chevy Superior Essex
Josh Roberts Trucking
RSS Racing RB Bracken ?
This team could run a full season, or close to it.
Green drove at Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Las Vegas (Mar), Bristol (Apr), Iowa (Jun), Iowa (Jul), Bristol (Aug).
Yeley drove at Richmond (Apr), Chicago with Superior Essex sponsorship, Talladega with Josh Roberts Trucking sponsorship, Dover (May), Charlotte (May), Pocono, Michigan, Daytona (Jul), Kentucky, New Hampshire, Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Darlington, Indianapolis, Las Vegas (Sep), Richmond (Sep).
Brian Henderson drove at Road America.

#39 J.J. Yeley
Ryan Sieg
Chevy Superior Essex
Georgia Metals
Big Valley Towing
Lightning Southwest
Lombard Bros. Gaming
RV General Store
Alabama Soda & Abrasive
Night Owl Contractors
KBM Plumbing and Electrical
PYT Sports
Off Road Heat
Midstate Basement Authorities
Cook's Comfort Systems
ionomy
Tiger Concrete Construction
Larry's Hard Lemonade
RSS Racing Rob Sieg
Mike Ford
Richard Childress Racing
Yeley drove at Daytona (Feb) with Superior Essex sponsorship.
Sieg drove at Atlanta with Georgia Metals sponsorship.
Sieg drove at Las Vegas (Mar), Las Vegas (Sep) with Big Valley Towing sponsorship.
Sieg drove at Phoenix (Mar) with Lightning Southwest sponsorship.
Sieg drove at Auto Club, Bristol (Apr), Dover (May), Michigan, Iowa (Jul), Road America with Lombard Bros. Gaming sponsorship.
Sieg drove at Texas (Apr) with RV General Store sponsorship.
Mike D's BBQ was the sponsor at Richmond (Apr).
Alabama Soda & Abrasive was the sponsor at Talladega.
Night Owl Contractors was the sponsor at Charlotte (May).
KBM Plumbing and Electrical was the sponsor at Pocono.
PYT Sports was the sponsor at Chicago.
Off Road Heat was the sponsor at Daytona (Jul).
Midstate was the sponsor at Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio.
Cook's Comfort System was the sponsor at Bristol (Aug).
ionomy was the sponsor at Darlington.
Tiger Concrete Construction was the sponsor at Indianapolis.
Larry's Hard Lemonade was the sponsor at Richmond (Sep).

#40 Chad Finchum Toyota TLC Vacations
Angry Crab
Amana
Motorsports Business Management George Church ?
Finchum could run the full season
Finchum drove at Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Las Vegas (Mar), Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Dover (May), Charlotte (May) [DNQ], Pocono, Michigan, Iowa (Jun), Chicago, Daytona (Jul), Kentucky, New Hampshire, Iowa (Jul), Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Bristol (Aug), Road America, Darlington, Indianapolis, Las Vegas (Sep), Richmond (Sep).

#42 Kyle Larson
Jamie McMurray
John Hunter Nemechek
Ross Chastain

Justin Marks
Chevy Fire Alarm Services
Anderson Columbia Co.

DC Solar
Chevy Accessories
ENEOS
D.A.B. Constructors
Chip Ganassi Racing Mike Shiplett Hendrick
Larson is expected to run the maximum of 7 XFINITY races.
Nemechek drove with Fire Alarm Services sponsorship at Atlanta, Auto Club, Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Dover (May), Iowa (Jul), Indianapolis.
Nemechek is scheduled to drive at Dover (Oct), Kansas, Texas (Nov), Phoenix (Nov) and Homestead.
Nemechek drove at Pocono, Michigan, Iowa (Jun) with Chevy Accessories sponsorship, Kentucky with Anderson Columbia Co. sponsorship.
DC Solar will sponsor Larson and McMurray as follows: Larson at Daytona (Feb), Las Vegas (Mar), Texas (Apr), Daytona (Jul), Bristol (Aug); McMurray at Phoenix (Mar), Texas (Apr), Charlotte (May).
Larson drove at Chicago with ENEOS sponsorship; Watkins Glen with Chevy Accessories sponsorship.
D.A.B. Constructors sponsored Nemechek at New Hampshire.
Marks drove at Mid-Ohio, Road America with Chevy Accessories sponsorship. He is scheduled to drive at Charlotte (Sep).
DC Solar sponsorrf Ross Chastain at Darlington, Las Vegas (Sep), and Richmond (Sep).

#45 Josh Bilicki Toyota Prevagen JP Motorsports Jason Houghtaling ?
Team says they will run the full season with Josh Bilicki as the driver.
Prevagen was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Las Vegas (Mar), Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Dover (May), Charlotte (May), Pocono, Michigan, Iowa (Jun), Chicago, Daytona (Jul), Kentucky, New Hampshire, Iowa (Jul), Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Bristol (Aug), Road America, Darlington, Indianapolis, Las Vegas (Sep), Richmond (Sep). DNQ at Daytona (Feb), Atlanta.

#51 Jeremy Clements Chevy RepairableVehicles.com
All South Electric
Jacob Companies
BRT Extrusions
Jeremy Clements Racing Danny Gill Clements Racing Engines
Team plans to return for the full season.
RepairableVehicles.com was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Las Vegas (Mar), Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Talladega, Dover (May), Charlotte (May), Pocono, Michigan, Iowa (Jun), Chicago, Daytona (Jul), Kentuck, Iowa (Jul), Watkins Glen, Bristol (Aug), Road America, Darlington, Indianapolis, Las Vegas (Sep), Richmond (Sep).
All South Electric was the sponsor at Atlanta, Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr).
Jacob Companies was the sponsor at New Hampshire.
BRT Extrusions was the sponsor at Mid-Ohio.

#52 David Starr Chevy Whataburger
Striping Technology
Chaseco
Franklin Signs & Graphics
Circle Track Warehouse
Extreme Kleener
GeorgesToolRental.com
Pro Waste Services
Tony's Steaks & Steafood

ATS
DAI
Honest Wrenches
Extreme Kleaner
Jimmy Means Racing Tim Brown Means Motorsports
David Starr will run full time.
Whataburger was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Phoenix (Mar), Texas (Apr), Talladega, Dover (May), Daytona (Jul).
Striping Technology was the sponsor at Atlanta.
Chaseco was the sponsor at Las Vegas (Mar), Auto Club, Chicago.
Franklin Signs & Graphics was the sponsor at Bristol (Apr).
Circle Track Warehouse was the sponsor at Richmond (Apr).
Extreme Kleener was the sponsor at Charlotte (May).
GeorgesToolRental.com was the sponsor at Pocono.
Pro Waste Services was the sponosor at Michigan.
DAI/Circletrack was the sponsor at Iowa (Jun).
Tony's Steaks and Seafood was the sponsor at Kentucky, Indianapolis.
Honest Wrenches was the sponsor at Iowa (Jul).
Extreme Kleaners was the sponsor at Mid-Ohio, Richmond (Sep).
Silver Spring House was the sponsor at Road America.

#60 Ty Majeski
Austin Cindric
Chase Briscoe
Ford Pirteck
LTi Printing
Nutri Chomps
SunnyD
Odyssey Battery
Lilly
Roush Fenway Racing Mike Kelley Roush-Yates
Team will run full time. Cindric will drive 9 races. The number of races for Majeski and Briscoe has not been announced.
Cindric drove at Daytona (Feb), Las Vegas (Mar), Phoenix (Mar), New Hampshire with Pirtek sponsorship, Auto Club, Michigan, Watkins Glen with LTi Printing sponsorship, Daytona (Jul) with Odyssey Battery sponsorship, Darlington with Ford Hall of Fans sposnorship.
Briscoe drove at Atlanta, Chicago [Nurti Chomps], Iowa (Jul) [Ford], Mid-Ohio [Ford], Bristol (Aug) [Ford], Indianapolis [Nurti Chomps], Las Vegas (Sep) [Ford]. Nutri Chomps will sponsor Briscoe in 6 races: Texas (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Pocono, Indianapolis, rest TBA.
Majeski drove at Bristol (Apr) with SunnyD sponsorship and Talladega [Ford], Dover (May) [Ford], Charlotte (May) [Ford], Iowa (Jun) [Ford], Kentucky [Ford], Road America [Lilly], Richmond (Sep) [Ford].

#66 Timmy Hill
Carl Long
Stan Mullis
John Jackson
Tim Cowen
Brandon Hightower
Toyota CrashClaimsR.us
Chris Kyle Foundation
Cowen Logistics
Motorsports Business Management Sebastian Laforge ?
Hill drove at Daytona (Feb) [DNQ], Atlanta, Las Vegas (Mar), Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Charlotte (May), Pocono, Michigan, Daytona (Jul), Kentucky, Watkins Glen, Bristol (Aug), Las Vegas (Sep).
Long drove at Dover (May), New Hampshire, Road America, Darlington, Richmond (Sep).
Mullis drove at Iowa (Jun), Iowa (Jul).
Jackson drove at Chicago.
Cowen drove at Mid-Ohio with Cowen Logistics sponsorship.
Hightower drive at Indianapolis.

#74 Mike Harmon
Cody Ware
BJ McLeod
Stephen Leicht
Dodge Shadow Warrior Project
Chill by Koolbox
Mike Harmon Racing/Veterans Motorsports RB Bracken ?
Shadow Warrior Project was on the car at Daytona (Feb)[DNQ], Atlanta [DNQ], Las Vegas (Mar), Texas (Apr) [DNQ], Richmond (Apr), Dover (May) [DNQ], Las Vegas (Sep).
Chill by Koolbox was the sponsor at Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club.
Ware drove at Bristol (Apr) with Horizon Transport sponsorship. DNQ at Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Texas (Apr), Dover (May), Charlotte (May), Chicago.
McLeod drove at Michigan.
Leicht drove at Watkins Glen [DNQ], Mid-Ohio, Bristol (Aug), Road America.

#76 Spencer Boyd Chevy Grunt Style SS Green Light Racing Jason Miller Pro Motor Engines
Boyd will run the full season with Grunt Style sponsorship.

#78 Ryan Ellis
B.J. McLeod
Ray Black Jr.
Tommy Joe Martins
Scott Heckert
Blake Jones
JA Junior Avila
Cody Ware
Cole Rouse
Matt Mills
Toyota Densify
Zomongo
JW Transport
Epic Racewear
Riessen Construction
Tennessee XXX Moonshine
Reissen Coinstruction
B.J. McLeod Motorsports Joe Laz ?
McLeod says he will run two-full time teams.
Ryan Ellis drove at Daytona (Feb) with Densify sponsorship; Road America with SuperLite Cars sponsorship.
McLeod drove at Atlanta, Las Vegas (Mar), Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Dover (May), Pocono.
Epic Racewear was the sponsor at Bristol (Apr).
Black drove at Charlotte (May).
Martins drove at Michigan, Iowa (Jun), New Hampshire, Iowa (Jul), Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Indianapolis.
Heckert drove at Chicago.
Jones drove at Daytona (Jul), Kentucky with Tennessee XXX Moonshine sponsorship.
Avila drove at Bristol (Aug).
Ware drove at Darlington.
Rouse drove at Las Vegas (Sep).
Mills drove at Richmond (Sep).

#90 Josh Williams
Brandon Brown
Donald Theetge
Andy Lally
Brian Henderson
Mason Diaz
Chevy StarTronStar
W.G. Speeks
Henry Repeating Arms
Solid Rock Carriers
King Autosports John Holmes ?
Brown is expected to run approximately 10 races in 2018, with most of them in the #90 car.
Williams drove at Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Las Vegas (Mar), Phoenix (Mar), Bristol (Apr), Talladega, Charlotte (May), Pocono, Daytona (Jul), Kentucky with StarTronStar sponsorship; Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Michigan, Iowa (Jun), Chicago, Iowa (Jul), Bristol (Aug), Indianapolis, Las Vegas (Sep) with Sleep Well sponsorship.
Brown drove at Richmond (Apr) with W.G. Speeks sponsorship, Dover (May), Darlington with Coastal Carolina University sponsorship.
Theetge drove at New Hampshire.
Henderson drove at Watkins Glen.
Lally drove at Mid-Ohio, Road America [Henry Repeating Arms], and is scheduled to drive at Charlotte (Sep).
Diaz drove at Richmond (Sep) with Solid Rock Carriers sponsorship.

#93 Ryan Sieg
J.J. Yeley
Jeff Green
Ray Black
Stephen Leicht
Chevy Code Rum
C2 Freight
Zomongo
Ryan Sieg Racing Kyle Johnson ?
Sieg drove at Daytona (Feb) with Code Rum sponsorship.
Yeley drove at Atlanta, Las Vegas (Mar), Iowa (Jun), Bristol (Aug).
Green drove at Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Dover (May), Charlotte (May), Pocono, Michigan, Chicago, Daytona (Jul), Kentucky, New Hampshire, Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Road America, Darlington, Indianapolis, Las Vegas (Sep), Richmond (Sep).
C2 Freight was the sponsor at Talladega.
Black drove at Daytona (Jul) with Zomongo sponsorship.
Leicht drove at Iowa (Jul).

PART-TIME TEAMS IN 2018 OR TEAMS THAT HAVE SHUT DOWN

CAR #
DRIVER
MANU
SPONSOR
TEAM/OWNER
CREW CHIEF
ENGINES
? Landon Huffman? ? ? NextGen Motorsports ? ?
Team announced they planned to run 8 races - Bristol (Apr), Pocono, Kentucky, Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Road America, Texas (Nov) and Homestead, but never showed.

#6 Conor Daly Ford American Diabetes Association Drive to Stop Diabetes presented by Lilly Diabetes Roush Fenway Racing ? Roush-Yates
Daly drove at Road America. Lilly pulled their sponsorship for the race so the team ran unsponsored.

#10 Austin Dillon Chevy Phone Skope/Berry's Bullets Kaulig Racing Chad Kendrick ECR Engines
Team ran at Indianapolis.

#12 Austin Cindric
Brad Keselowski
Ford Mazak
Lasik Vision Institute
Fitgerald Glider Kits
Menards
Pirtek
Wabash National
Penske Racing Matt Swiderski Roush-Yates
Cindric will run 24 races for Team Penske, split in some fashion between the #12 & #22 teams.
Mazak was the sponsor at Texas (Apr), Texas (Apr).
Pirtek was the sponsor at Charlotte (May), Bristol (Aug).
Fitzgerald Glider Kits was the sponsor at Pocono.
Menards was the sponsor at Chicago.
Lasik Vision Institute was the sponsor at Kentucky.
Keselowski drove at Watkins Glen with Wabash National sponsorship.
Cindric drove at Indianapolis with Wabash National sponsorship.

#13 Timmy Hill
Carl Long
Toyota ? Motorsports Business Management Carl Long ?
Team ran at Dover (May), Iowa (Jun), Chicago, New Hampshire, Road America, Indianapolis [DNQ], Richmond (Sep) with Timmy Hill and Bristol (Aug) with Carl Long.

#17 Victor Gonzalez, Jr. Chevy PMC Group Niece Motorsports Adam Crigger ?
Team ran at Watkins Glen.

#24 Kaz Grala Ford NETTS
Marlow's Tavern
?
JGL Racing Shane Wilson Roush-Yates
Kaz Grala signed a "multi-year agreement" to run full-time. Shane Wilson will serve as crew chief.
NETTS was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Las Vegas (Mar), Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Dover (May).
Marlow's Tavern was the sponsor at Atlanta.
Team shut down after Dover in May and Grala was released.

#24 Justin Haley Chevy Fraternal Order of Eagles GMS Racing Kevin Bellicourt ?
Team ran at Daytona (Jul), Watkins Glen.

#25 Chris Cockrum Chevy Advanced Communications Group Cockrum Racing? Jeff Spraker ?
Team attempted Daytona (Feb) [DNQ].

#26 Max Tullman Ford Zoomi Tullman-Walker Racing Doug Richert ?
Team ran at Iowa (Jun), Las Vegas (Sep) and plans to run at and Kansas (Oct).

#28 Dylan Lupton
Jeb Burton?
Corey LaJoie?
Tony Mrakovich
Ford thinQ
Fatal Clothing

?
JGL Racing Rick Markle Roush-Yates
JGL will switch to Fords in 2018.
Lupton was scheduled to drive at least 21 races, sponsored by thinQ. He ran Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Las Vegas (Mar), Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Talladega, Dover (May).
Mrakovich was scheduled to drive at Bristol (Apr) but was replaced by Lupton after crashing in qualifying. He drove at Richmond (Apr).
Fatal Clothing sponsored Lupton at Charlotte (May), Pocono.
Lupton announced after Pocono that he would not be with the team for the remainder of the year.
The team did not run after Michigan.

#54 Gray Gauling Toyota ? VSI Racing Brown Jen ?
Gaulding drove at Daytona (Feb)[DNQ].

#55 Stephen Leicht
Jennifer Jo Cobb
Brandon Hightower
Bayley Currey
Peter Shepherd III
Bayley Currey
James French
Toyota Jani-King
Swampdaddy Crawfish
Premier Recycling
Timmons Truck Center
Prevagen
JP Motorsports Dave Jones ?
Team says they will run the full season with Stephen Leicht as the driver.
Jani-King was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, and Las Vegas (Mar), Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Dover (May).
Cobb drove at Talladega with Swampdaddy Crawfish sponsorship.
Hightower drove at Charlotte (May), Pocono, Michigan, Iowa (Jun), Chicago, Daytona (Jul), Kentucky.
Currey drove at New Hampshire.
Shepherd drove at Iowa (Jul).
Team did not run at Watkins Glen.
Dylan Murcott drove at Mid-Ohio.
Currey drove at Bristol (Aug), Darlington, Indianapolis, Las Vegas (Sep), Richmond (Sep).
French drove at Road America with Prevagen sponsorship.

#61 Kaz Grala Ford NETTS
Kiklos
IT Coalition
DMB Financial
Fury Race Cars Shane Wilson ?
Team ran at Charlotte (May), Pocono, Michigan, Iowa (Jun), Chicago, Daytona (Jul), New Hampshire, Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Road America.

#72 Timmy Hill
John Jackson
Toyota CrashClaimsR.us Carter Racing Josh Reaume ?
Hill drove at Darlington, Jackson at Las Vegas (Sep).

#79 Josh Reaume Chevy ? Jimmy Means Racing Jordy Braden Means Motorsports
Team ran at Kentucky.

#86 Brandon Brown Chevy CONO.io Brandonbilt Motorsport Adam Brenner ?s
Team ran at Daytona (Feb).


#88 Chase Elliott
Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
Chevy Hellmann's JR Motorsports Scott Radel Hendrick
Elliott drove at Daytona (Feb) with Hellmann's sponsorship.
Earnhardt, Jr drove at Richmond (Sep).

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

#92 Dexter Bean Chevy ? DGM Racing Thomas Bear ?
Team ran at Iowa (Jul).

#98 Aric Almirola
Kevin Harvick
Chase Briscoe
Ford Hunt Brother Pizza
FIELDS
Smithfield
Go Bowling

Ford
Stewart-Haas Racing with Biagi-DenBeste Richard Boswell, II Roush-Yates
Stewart-Haas Racing will partner with Biagi-DenBeste for their XFINITY Series program.
Harvick ran 5 races: Atlanta (Hunt Brothers), Texas (Apr)(Hunt Brothers), Michigan (Fields), Chicago (Hunt Brothers), Darlington (Hunt Brothers).
Almirola drove at Daytona (Feb) with Smithfield sponsorship, Watkins Glen with Go Bowling sponsorship.
Briscoe drove at Bristol (Apr), Talladega, Charlotte (May) and is scheduled to run at Charlotte (Sep) and Kansas.

#99 Ray Black, Jr.
B.J. McLeod
Toyota ? B.J. McLeod Motorsports Keith Wolfe ?
Black attempted Daytona (Feb)[DNQ].
McLeod drove at Charlotte (May).