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Last Update 11-16-2007

2007 Rookie of the Year Candidates (ROTY)

#13-Willie Allen
#8-Blake Bjorklund
#09-Joey Clanton
#07-Tim Sauter
#7-Jason White


Drivers Looking in 2007

Justin Allgaier
Casey Atwood
Erin Crocker
Kerry Earnhardt
Bobby East
Jason Jarrett
Stuart Kirby
Justin Labonte
Scott Lagasse Jr.
Ryan Matthews
Brandon Miller
Chase Montgomery
Ryan Moore
Steve Park
Boston Reid
Jason Rudd
Dennis Setzer
Chris Wimmer

Truck Series Team Addresses


RED = New for 2007
* Next to truck number means a part time schedule
? – Unknown
? Name or Sponsor – rumored/unknown

00 was #17 Andy Lally(last 3 races)

Josh Wise(Atlanta)

Justin Labonte(ORP,Martinsville)

AJ Allmendinger

Ken Butler III(Memphis, Mansfield)

Toyota U.S. Army Reserve TRG Patrick Donahue TRD
DW reported on Sirius Radio that Josh Wise will drive part-time, along with AJ Allmendinger (12 races). It’s also been reported that Ken Butler III will be picking up a few races. , Allmendinger will pilot the #00 entry for the following races: Daytona, California, Atlanta, Martinsville, Charlotte, Dover, Michigan, Loudon, Talladega, Martinsville, Phoenix, and Homestead-Miami. Josh White is scheduled to debut at Kansas. Ken Butler III to make first start at Mansfield. Justin Labonte, son of champion Terry Labonte, will be the driver at ORP in Indianapolis. Josh Wise back as driver for Nashville. Labonte returns at Martinsville. Michael Waltrip announced at Atlanta that the truck team has been purchased by The Racers Group and Andy Lally will be in the driver for the remaining races in ’07 and in ’08. U.S. Army Reserve will sponsor the #00 in the final two events of 2007.
07 Tim Sauter
Chevy Lester Buildings

ASILimited, TSG Industries,
Spectrum Metal Finishing,
Akzo, Nobel Aluminum Shapes

Gene Christensen Doug Howe Carl Wegner
Tim Sauter with sponsor Lester Buildings have teamed up with Greenlight Racing for the entire 2007 Truck Series season. ASILimited will co-sponsor for seven races in 2007.
08 Chris Jones(Martinsville, Phoenix)

Travis Kittleson(Atlanta, Texas)

Dennis Setzer

Boris Jukovic(Gateway)

Shane Seig(Bristol)

Eric Norris(Texas)

Chevy Roberts American Gourmet Snacks Bobby Dotter Bobby Dotter Carl Wegner
Chad McCumbee and Green Light Racing have announced plans for McCumbee to continue driving for the team for the 2007 season. McCumbee has a one-race Cup deal to drive the #45 at Pocono; Eric Norris will sub at Texas for McCumbee. Nashville was the last race for McCumbee in the #08 — signed with MRD for remainder of season. Dennis Setzer will be in the #08 at NHIS instead of the #75.
09 was #20 Stacy Compton

Joey Clanton

Ford Zaxby’s Wood Bros/
JTG Racing
Gary Cogswell Roush-Yates
Clanton and Zaxby’s come aboard, will run 16 races. Stacy Compton will run 9 races. If sponsorship can be obtained, Compton may run a third truck for Wood Bros./JTG.
1 was #11 Jason Leffler(5 races)

Brandon Whitt(Atlanta

Toyota RFMS/Red Horse Racing Jeff Hammond
Thomas DeLoach Jr.
Jamie Jones TRD
David Starr has been replaced by Aaron Fike, who is bringing a sponsor to the team for 2007. The truck number wil change to #1. Following Aaron Fike’s arrest in Mason, OH, David Green will substitute for Fike at Kentucky. Red Horse Racing has announced that David Green will be drive the #1. Red Horse Racing has announced that Jason Leffler will drive five of the six remaining races in 2007; Brandon Whitt will be the driver at Atlanta.
4 Mike Bliss (11 races)

Ryan Matthews(Atlanta)

Bobby Labonte(Michigan)

Kevin Hamlin(Charlotte, Mansfield)

Joe Ruttman(Texas)

Dodge Open Joist Bobby Hamilton Racing Marcus Richmond Arrington
Prior to the Lowes Motor Speedway event, Chase Miller has been released from BHR. Kevin Hamlin is set to drive at Lowes. Mike Bliss will drive the #4 in eleven races [beginning with Dover] for the remainder of 2007. Bobby Labonte to drive one-race deal at Michigan.
5 Mike Skinner Toyota Tundra Toyota Tundra Toyota
XM Radio(Gateway)
Bill Davis Racing Jeff Hensley TRD
Bill Davis Racing announced that Mike Skinner will return to the organization as the driver of the #5 Toyota in the Craftsman Truck Series through the 2009 season.
6 Travis Kvapil Ford K&N Filters Roush Fenway Racing Mike Beam Roush-Yates
Roush Racing has announced that Travis Kvapil will be the driver of the #6 Ford in 2007.
7* Jason White
Dodge Gunbroker.com Pennington Motorsports Steve Kuykendall ?
Derrick Cope will be the driver for the season opener at Daytona. Following Charlotte, hearing that the entire team was fired; Dodson hired as crew chief; new crew for Pennington Motorsports following Charlotte. For the second time this season, the entire team was released along with crew chief Barry Dodson. No word on circumstances surrounding their release.
8 was #06 Chad McCumbee

Travis Dassow(Martinsville)

Blake Bjorklund

Chevy The GPSstore.com/Garmin MRD Motorsports Steve Genebacher Pro Motors Eng
Haas/CNC Racing signed Bjorklund to drive the MRD Motorsports truck for 12 races. This will be the first foray into the Truck Series for Haas Racing as they partner with MRD Motorsports to develop drivers. Chad McCumbee signed with MRD for the remainder of 2007; status of Bjorklund unknown.
9 Ted Musgrave

Brad Keselowski(Memphis)

Toyota Team ASE/Germain Toyota Germain Racing Mike Abner TRD
No changes to this team for 2007. UCoatit has joined Germain Racing as an associate in 2007. NASCAR suspends Ted Musgrave for one race; Brad Keselowski will be the driver at Memphis. Prior to the Atlanta fall race, Rick Gay abruptly left Germain Racing; replaced by Mike Hillman Sr.
10 David Starr Ford MaxxForce Diesel Tom Mitchell Dennis Connor Roush-Yates
Circle Bar has become a two truck team adding David Starr as a teammate to Rick Crawford. The sponsorship will also see the continuation of the successful Ford Power Stroke Diesel by International program that has been a mainstay in the Craftsman Truck Series since 2002. # and equipment were purchased from ppc racing.
13 Willie Allen
Chevy Thorsport Racing Duke Thorson
Lance Hooper DEI/Menard
It’s official. Thorsport Racing and Kerry Earnhardt have parted ways following the 2006 season. Willie Allen has been named as driver of the #13 Chevy.National Pork Board has renewed their sponsorship with ThorSport Racing.
14 Rick Crawford Ford Power Stroke Diesel by Int’l Ford Tom Mitchell Kevin Starland Roush-Yates
Circle Bar has become a two-truck team for 2007 adding David Starr with Ford’s Int’l Truck & Engine as sponsor.
15 Andrew Myers(Phoenix, Homestead)

J.R. Norris(Texas)

Shane Sieg

Denny Hamlin(Martinsville)

Bill Lester

J.R. Norris(Gateway)

Nate Monteith(Bristol)

Chevy Neo Synthetic Chevy(Homestead)
Billy Ballew Richie Wauters DEI
Billy Ballew Motorsports has signed Bill Lester to drive the #15 for the entire 2007 season. Bill Lester has had to step out of the #15 due to lack of sponsorship; Nate Monteith is scheduled to drive at Bristol. J.R. Norris will be the driver at Gateway with Flanders Beef Patties on board as sponsor. Shane Sieg named driver for NHIS.
16 Brian Scott

Derrike Cope(Gateway, Bristol, Texas)

Kenny Hendrick(Nashville, ORP)

Chris Fontaine(Memphis)

Benny Gordon(Milwaukee)

Scott Lagasse Jr.(Dover)

Boston Reid(Michigan)

Chris Fontaine (Mansfield)

Kenny Hendrick(Kansas)

Stacy Compton

Kelly Bires (California)

Mike Bliss (Lowes)

Ford Strutmasters/truckseries.com JB Scott
Dave Fuge
Dave Fuge ?
Mike Bliss has signed to drive the #49 BAM Racing Dodge in the Cup Series, however is scheduled to run a few truck races as well. Stacy Compton will be the driver at Daytona and for a few races with sponsor Melling. The team has switched manufacturer to Ford. It was reported on SPEED/TV that Kelly Bires will be in the #16 at California. Kenny Hendrick will drive at Kansas. Mike Bliss returns at Lowes. Lagasse in at Dover. Reid at MIS. Gordon in at Milwaukee; Fontaine at Memphis. Majority ownership has been purchased by JB Scott with new driver being Brian Scott. Dave Fuge will remain as minority owner & crew chief for the #16.
18 Dennis Setzer

Ken Schrader

Joe Ruttman

Dodge Fastenol Bobby Hamilton Racing Jeff White Arrington
Ken Schrader has been tabbed to drive the #18 Fastenal Dodge for Bobby Hamilton Racing during the 2007 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series season. Schrader will drive the BHR entry in the majority of NCTS events with a to-be-determined driver filling in when Schrader has Nextel Cup responsibilities that prevent him from competing in Truck Series races. Joe Ruttman has been named as co-driver and will run 7 races in the #18.
21 Mark Martin(6 races)

Jon Wood

Keven Wood (Memphis)

Kelly Bires

Stacy Compton(Texas)

Ford CarRacing.com Wood Bros/
JTG Racing
John Monsam Roush-Yates
Mark Martin stated during a Sirius Radio interview that he will run six races in the #20. Kelly Bires is scheduled to drive 19 races. Bires is set to sub for Jon Wood [recovering from illness] in the Busch race at Nashville; Compton will be in the #21 truck at Texas.Development driver, Kevin Wood will make his debut at Memphis. After recouperating from a reaction to prescription medicine, Jon Wood returns to NASCAR as the driver of the #21 truck. Kelly Bires will continue to drive the #47 Ford in the Busch Series. Mark Martin is scheduled to be the driver of the #21 at Bristol.
23 Johnny Benson Toyota Exide Bill Davis Racing Trip Bruce
Billy Hagerthey
(2 races)
Bill Davis Racing has announced that Johnny Benson will be returning in 2007. Toyota Used Certified will sponsosr ten races; 360 OTC will sponsor ten races; Exide will back in 2007. Trip Bruce has signed on as crew chief. Billy Hagerthey to assume crew chief duties for the Lowes & Mansfield races while Bruce sits out two races as a result of NASCAR penalty.
30 Todd Bodine Toyota Lumber Liquidators Germain Racing Mike Hillman Jr. TRD
Todd Bodine has signed a contract with Germain Racing and will return in the #30 in 2007. Lumber Liquidators is again sponsoring Bodine. UCoatit has joined Germain Racing as an associate in 2007.
33 Ron Hornaday Chevy Camping World Kevin Harvick Inc. Rick Ren RCR
Ron Hornaday & Allstates Employer Services are scheduled to return to KHI in 2007. Rick Ren has joined KHI as crew chief for Hornaday. Starting with the race at Lowes Motor Speedway, Camping World will sponsor the #33 truck for the remainder of the season. Camping World has announced they will be the primary sponsor for the #33 and driver, Ron Hornaday Jr. for the 2008 season.
40 Chad Chaffin

Brandon Miller

Shane Huffman

Clay Rogers

Chevy Westerman Companies/pollo Tropical Key Motorsports
Curtis W. Key Sr.
Gary Showalter Key Motorsports
Key Motorsports has announced that former champion, Mike Bliss will drive the first four races (Daytona, California, Atlanta, Martinsville) for Key Motorsports. Busch Series driver Shane Huffman and Hooters Pro Cup driver, Clay Rogers will each pick up ten races in 2007. Key Motorsports has announced that Clay Rogers will drive the #40 Chevy at Kansas and Mansfield and will be using a variety of drivers for the remainder of the season. Mike Bliss will also drive the #40 Chevy at Kentucky and the second Martinsville race in October. Barry Dodson suddenly left his position as crew chief during the race weekend at Lowes Motor Speedway. Tommy Morgan named as interim. Gary Showalter has been hired as crew chief; Tommy Morgan named Competition Director. Chad Chaffin is set to drive at Memphis. Brandon Miller will replace Shane Huffman as the starter at ORP.Beginning with the Loudon race, Chad Chaffin will be the driver for the remaining eight races.
47 was #85 Regan Smith

Regan Smith

Aric Almirola

Kraig Kinser

Chevy Ginn Clubs & Resorts David Dollar
Rob Morgan
Morgan-Dollar Motorsports
Eric Phillips RCR
Chevy ending its direct sponsorship of this team leaves Morgan-Dollar Motorsports without a full-time driver or sponsor. Ginn Racing [formerly MB2] will continue its partnership with Morgan-Dollar Motorsports in the Craftsman Truck Series. Kraig Kinser is expected to run about 20 races, along with Ginn Racing development driver Jesus Hernandez, who will compete in selected truck races. Motocross champion Ricky Carmichael, who also joins Ginn Racing’s development program this year, could also compete in a couple of truck races. Following the Merger of DEI & Ginn Racing, Regan Smith was moved into the Truck Series for the race at ORP. Future plans are not finalzed for Smith as well as development drivers Carmichael & Fernandez. No idea what’s going on with Kinser. Aric Almirola is named as the driver at Nashville Superspeedway. Scott Wimmer makes series debut at Homestead.
50 T.J. Bell

Colin Braun(Martinsville)

Danny O’Quinn

Peter Shepherd

Carl Edwards

Ford Heathcliff Cat Litter Roush Fenway Racing John Quinn Roush-Yates
Carl Edwards will drive the #50 Ford at Daytona and a few other races [not announced yet] thoughout the season. Canadian driver, Peter Shepherd tested the #50 at Daytona; will share the ride with Edwards. SPEED/TV reported that Carl Edwards is scheduled to drive the #50 the first 3 races of the sesaon. T.J. Bell brings sponsor; will run 15 races. Shepherd’s first race will be Milwaukee; returning at Milwaukee. As a result of a strong run at Talladega in the ARCA Series, Colin Braun has been named to drive the #50 at Martinsville. Bell returns at Atlanta.
59 Donny Lia(Homestead)

Terry Cook

Toyota Simply Fit HT Motorsports
Jim Harris
Danny Rollins TRD
Terry Cook has been named as the driver for the 2007 season. Donny Lia has been named the driver for the season finale at Homestead.
60 Jack Sprague Toyota Con-Way Transportation Services Wyler Racing Rick Gay TRD
Wyler Racing has announced that both Jack Sprague and Con-Way Freight will return in 2007. Prior to the Atlanta race, Wyler Racing released Tony Furr as crew chief; Rick Gay, also left his role with Germain prior to Atlanta, will be the new crew chief for the #60.
75 Clay Rogers

Dennis Setzer

Chevy Spears Manufacturing Wayne Spears
Joe Gibbs Racing
Tom Ackerman Hutter
Dennis Setzer has been named driver of the #75 Spears Mfg. Chevy for 2007. Setzer has moved to the #08 for the race at NHIS; Clay Rogers will be in the truck. Setzer’s future status unclear.
77 Brendan Gaughan Chevy South Point Resort Michael Gaughan Bryan Berry Kroyer/PME
The #77 team has changed manufacturers to Chevy. The name of the race team will change from Orleans Racing to South Point Racing.
88 Matt Crafton Chevy Menards / John Manville Chevrolet Duke Thorson
Bud Haefele Menard
No known changes for Crafton at this time. Crafton tested the #88 at Daytona.
99 Erik Darnell Ford Northern Tool & Equipment Roush Fenway Racing Matt Puccia Roush-Yates
Erik Darnell will run the 2007 season in the Truck Series for Roush Racing.
0* Wayne Edwards Chevy TBA Chevy Sue Rice Bobby Dotter ?
Late entry at Texas Motor Speedway with Brandon Knupp named as the driver. Scheduled to run Memphis with Wayne Edwards.
03* Justin Marks(Atlanta, Texas,Phoenix)

Mike Wallace(Talladega)

Sean Caisse (NHIS)

Justin Hobgood (Lowes)

Toyota Construct Corp Toyota Germain Racing Jason Overstreet RCR
Germain Racing has entered the #03-Toyota at Lowes Motor Speedway with driver Justin Hobgood. The #03 has been entered at NHIS with driver Sean Caisse. Mike Wallace is scheduled to drive this third entry for Germain Racing at Talladega. Justin Marks to make debut at Atlanta.
04* Joe Ruttman Dodge Fastenol Dodge Bobby Hamilton Racing ? Arrington
Late entry for Nashville race with Joe Ruttman driving.
06* Davin Scites(Martinsville)Brandon Knupp

Johnny Chapman

Chevy People Against Drugs Chevy Gene Christensen Mike Davis Carl Wegman
Third-team entered at Dover with Greenlight Racing. Scheduled to run Memphis. Late entry for Nashville. Davin Scites named driver for Martinsville.
2* Kevin Harvick

Clint Bowyer

Cale Gale

Daniel Pope(Mansfield)

Chevy Camping World (12 races)
Dollar General/Music City Motorplex(Mansfield)
Kevin Harvick Inc. Charlie Wilson RCR
Kevin Harvick Inc. will enter a second team in 2007 with Kevin Harvick, Clint Bowyer and development driver, Cale Gale sharing the driving responsibilities. Daniel Pope, winner of Operation Dollar General, will make his race debut at Mansfield.
12* Wayne Edwards(Texas)Patrick Sheltra Chevy Racegear.com Chevy Andy Belmont Motorsports Andy Belmont ?
Sheltra Motorsports & Belmont Motorsports entry for fall Atlanta race.
17* Michael McDowell Toyota NAPA Auto Parts Toyota Darrell Waltrip Pat Donahue TRD
Late entry for Martinsville. MWR development driver, Michael McDowell getting some seat time in Trucks & Busch prior to ’08 season.
19 Travis Kittleson Ford Xpress Motorsports Dave Fuge Dave Fuge ?
Late entry at Nashville with Kittleson as driver.
22* Dave Blaney Toyota Caterpiller Toyota Bill Davis Racing ? TRD
Dave Blaney makes his second Truck Series start in the season finale at Homestead Miami Speedway.
27* Jacque Villeneuve Toyota United Nations Unicef Toyota Bill Davis Racing Doug Wolcott TRD
BDR has announced that Jacques Villeneuve, the 1997 Formula One champion and 1995 Indianapolis 500 winner, will drive seven races in the Truck Series [starting at Las Vegas] for Bill Davis Racing in anticipation of racing full time next season in Cup.
28* Buddy Davis(ORP)

Brandon Knupp(Daytona, Kentucky)

Shane Sieg(Martinsville)

Chevy Kissin Kuzzins Construction (Martinsville, ORP) Jim Rosenblum Dick Rahilly RAHMOC Racing Engines
Brandon Knupp was named the driver for the season opener at Daytona. Shane Sieg is scheduled to drive the #28 FDNY Chevy at Martinsville. Sieg has 23 previous Truck Series starts. Buddy Davis is set to start at ORP.
29* Scott Lynch Dodge Jasper Engines & Transmissions Dodge James Lynch Larry Prior ?
Entered at Milwaukee. Lynch will be back in the driver’s seat at NHIS.
31* Tim Schendel

Brad Mueller

Chevy Matthews Archery/Texpar Energy Shelly Brevak Joe Slonkosky ?
Scheduled to run Milwaukee – driver Brad [J.J.] Mueller. Tim Schendel is named as the driver for ORP.
32* Cory Collum Ford Direct Impressions Kevin Collum TBA ?
Entered in Martinsville fall race.
#36* Donny Lia Toyota Whelen Engineering
Nickolock Paving Stones
Bill Davis Racing Tommy Baldwin(NHIS) TRD
BDR has entered a fourth truck at NHIS with modified driver Donny Lia in the driver’s seat.
41* Dario Franchitti Dodge Target/Fuji Films Dodge Cunningham Motorsports Brian Pattie ?
Dario Franchitti will make his Truck Series debut at Martinsville Speedway; seat time prior to his full time Cup ride for Ganassi Racing in ’08.
42* Tim Cowen Ford Cowen Truck Line Ford Tim Cowen Stan Hover Jr. ?
Cowen making series debut at Martinsville Speedway. Entered at Martinsville fall race.
44* Frank Kreyer(Martinsville, Mansfield)

Morgan Shepherd

Larry Foyt (Daytona)

Chevy Culver’s Restaurants (2 races)
Curtis Key Plumbing
Silestone by Cosentino(Daytona)
Key Motorsports Rich Markle Key Motorsports
Frank Kreyer and sponsor Culver Restaurants have signed a two-race deal with Key Motorsports to run Martinsvile and Mansfield. Key Motorsports partnered with Larry Foyt and Silestone to enter a second truck [#44] at the season opener in Daytona.
46 Scott Wimmer(Homestead)

Timothy Peters(Martinsville, Bristol)

Travis Kittleson (Michigan, Kansas)

Mike Wallace (Daytona)

Chevy Camping World Chevy David Dollar
Rob Morgan
Morgan-Dollar Motorsports
Kurt Binkley RCR
MDM, Baileys Cigarettes & Timothy Peters team up for three races — the two Martinsville races & Bristol. Mike Wallace is scheduled to drive the #46 Chevy at Daytona sponsored by DirecTV NASCAR Hot Pass. Travis Kittleson named driver at Kansas, MIS. Scott Wimmer named driver at Homestead.
49* Bradley Riethmeyer Dodge BlackwaterUSA.com Tracy Trotter ? ?
Riethmeyer making series debut at Martinsville Speedway.
51* Kyle Busch

Kenny Wallace

Aric Almirola

Kelly Sutton (Kansas, Mansfield, Texas, Milwaukee)

Paul Menard (Martinsville)

Chevy Misccosukee Resorts(Homestead) Billy Ballew Richie Wauters DEI
Billy Ballew Motorsports has announced a joint venture with Dale Earnhardt, Inc. for Paul Menard to run the #51 truck at Martinsville. Kelly Sutton has signed a four-race deal with BBM with Team Copaxone as sponsor. Aric Almirola is set to drive at Memphis. St. Louis native, Kenny Wallace is schedule to drive at Gateway. Kyle Busch back as driver.
53* Joe Ruttman

Bradley Reithmeyer

Dodge Blackwater USA Jim Blankenbaker TBA ?
This team will attempt to run half dozen races throughout the season. Joe Ruttman in the drivers seat for the fall race at Martinsville.
54* Brian Sockwell Dodge Reary Racing Dodge Jerry Reary ? ?
Sockwell making season debut at Martinsville Speedway.
58* John Coffman Chevy Nationwide Tank & Tower Courtney Coffman TBA ?
61* Brett Thompson Dodge TBA Rich Thompson ? ?
Part-time team; no known changes
63* Scott Lynch

Jack Smith(Mansfield, ORP)

Jason White(Daytona, Atlanta)

Ford Cooper Bussmann Mike Mittler
MB Motorsports
Mike Mittler Mike Mittler
Team owner, Mike Mittler, has stated that as in the past, there will be multiple drivers for the #63 throughout the season beginning with Jason White at Daytona and Atlanta. Scott Lynch will run six races; Dover, ORP, Gateway, Vegas, Atlanta & Homestead. Jack Smith will drive the #63 at Mansfield & again at Milwaukee.
64* Jimmy Simpson Chevy Prime Development Group Chevy David Ervin ? ?
Simpson making series debut at Martinsville Speedway.
68* Jack Smith Ford Cooper Bussmann Mike Mittler
MB Motorsports
? Mike Mittler
Late entry added at Gateway with Jack Smith as driver.
70* Tam Topham Chevy ? Tam Topham Tam Topham ?
Part-time team; no known changes
71* Bryan Silas

Wayne Edwards

Hermie Sadler(Martinsville)

Pierre Borgue(ORP)

Ford Gateway Insurance Andy Hillenburg Tony Blanchard Wegner
ARCA Series regular, Bryan Silas will drive the Andy Hillenburg Chevy at Kansas. Canadian Pierre Borque will be the driver at O’Reilly Raceway Park in Indianapolis. Wayne Edwards to drive at Nashville. Hermie Sadler back at Martinsville.
73* Craig Wood Ford ? Craig Wood Tony Oscar ?
Ran only one race in 2006.
76* Peyton Sellers

Chris Wimmer(Texas)

Chevy Automotive Fabrication Chevrolet(Texas) Jeff Milburn Racing Jeff Milburn ?
Team will make their first start at Texas Motor Speedway with driver Chris Wimmer.
78* Johnny Chapman Chevy TBA Gene Christensen ? ?
# change – team entered at Dover Int’l Speedway as the #06.
86* Kevin LePage

Dana White

Clay Rogers

Chevy 1888-Karport Phil Bonifield Team Racing Phil Bonifield ?
Team is planning on running 10-15 races during the 2007 season with driver, Dana White.
87* Chris Jones Chevy Lynchburg Computer Services Rick Jones Greg Testerand ?
Jones making series debut at Martinsville Speedway.
89* Chuck Maitlen Chevy ? Chris Lafferty Chris Lafferty ?
Part-time team; no known changes
91* J.C. Stout Chevy Hunter’s Hope Foundation
Lesco Inc.
Sterling Truck Corp.
Stellar-Quest Racing
Donald Stout
Steve Mollnow ?
Plans to run Lowe’s Motor Speedway, the Michigan International Speedway and the New Hampshire International Speedway.
92* Terry Cook Toyota Harris Trucking Toyota Susan Harris Jason Miller TRD
Second truck added for Terry Cook at the season finale in Homestead. Cook will not be driving for HT Motorsports in 2008.
95 Wayne Edwards Ford ? Scott Upshaw
Upshaw Racing
? ?
Team plans to run Daytona & Californa. If sponsorship is secured, they will attempt to run the entire season.
02 Kelly Sutton Chevy Sutton Motorsports ? ? Pro Motors Eng
A mid-season injury sidelined Sutton. SPEED/TV reported that Sutton Motorsports is auctioning off all their equipment and will probably not be back in 2007.
1 Robert Richardson Chevy Benchmark Mortgage Richardson Racing Wayne Setterington ?
Hearing that the #1 Richardson Racing team has closed its doors. Everyone has been released from the team and everything is for sale.
22 was #36 Ryan Mathews Toyota TBA Bill Davis Racing Doug Wolcott TRD
Bill Davis Racing has announced that Tyler Walker will be behind the wheel of the 360 OTC #36 Toyota Tundra during 2007. Ryan Mathews is named as the driver at Mansfield — hearing that Walker will be sitting out a couple of races. Tyler Walker has been indefinitely suspended by NASCAR for violations with regard to failing to comply with substance abuse policies. Beginning with the race in Kentucky, The #36 will revert back to the #22 with driver Ryan Mathews. Mathews last race with BDR came at NHIS; Jacque Villeneuve was brought on board at Vegas driving the #27.
25 ? Dodge ? Rick Woodard Tim Weiss Evernham
Contrary to reports that this shop has closed, Rick Woodard, team owner, has stated the team is still preparing for Daytona. Team so far has not raced in 2007.
29 Brad Keselowski Ford ? Kay Keselowski
Bob Keselowski
Bob Keselowski ?
Sponsorship woes sidelined this team in 2006. Plans for 2007 are unknown.
65 suspended operations Dodge Who’s Your Daddy Energy Drink Glynn Motorsports
Scott Glynn
Steve Plattenberger ?
Operations have been suspended.
98 Erin Crocker Dodge ? Ray Evernham Ron Hornaday III Evernham
Betty Crocker left as primary sponsor of the #98. Hearing that Ray Evernham Motorsports has closed the #98 Dodge Truck Series Team that Erin Crocker drives. Supposedly most team members have be relocated to other EMS Teams and that Crocker will race a limited number of ARCA races in 2007.

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