Last Update: 11-15-2007

2007 Rookie of the Year Candidates

Marcos Ambrose – #59 Justin Diercks* Sam Hornish, Jr. – #12*
Brad Keselowski – #88 Kyle Krisiloff – #14 Juan Pablo Montoya – #42*
Timothy Peters* David Ragan – #6 Robert Richardon – #28*

Drivers Looking for a ride or with no announced plans:

Driver Notes Driver Notes
Tim Andrews Justin Labonte Ran Late Models at Caraway in 2006
Casey Atwood Ran for Brewco in late 2006 Scott Lagasse Asked for release from Ganassi. Looking for Busch or Truck ride
Brad Baker Burney Lamar Contract was not be renewed by KHI
Pierre Bourque Looking at a limited schedule Ashton Lewis, Jr. Left Rensi at the end of 2006
Austin Cameron Steadman Marlin Shows up in the series occasionally
Patrick Carpentier Ran Montreal and Watkins Glen Matt McCall Yates development driver has not announced plans
Carlos Contreras Mark McFarland Morved to USAR Pro Cup in 2007
Kim Crosby Brandon Miller Still under contract with Childress
Tim Fedewa Ryan Moore Still under contract with DEI
Blake Feese Running in CTS Steve Park Was reportedly working on a deal with ppc
A.J. Foyt IV Still under contract with Evernham Billy Parker
J.R. Fitzpatrick Expected to run a few races Shawna Robinson
Jeff Fuller Ran for Cicci in 2006 before getting hurt Jay Sauter
Tina Gordon Brian Tyler
Steve Grissom Shows up in the series occasionally Jacques Villeneuve Looking at NASCAR options
Shane Hall Shows up in the series occasionally Tyler Walker
Tracy Hines Gus Wasson
Ryan Hunter-Reay Was a part of the General Motors Busch Driver Evaluation Program Jason White Will run some CTS races
Ryan Hemphill Chris Wimmer
Eric Jones Ron Young  Drives for his own team from time to time
Travis Kittleson


RED = New for 2007
* next to car number means a part time/limited schedule
? – Unknown
? name or sponsor – rumored/unknown

plan to attempt all races
0 Eric McClure

J.R. Fitzpatrick

Chevy Hefty Davis Motorsports Steve Jenkins Barnes & Reese Racing Engines
McClure brings Hefty to the team for 32 races. Fitzpatrick drove at Mexico City and Montreal.
1 J.J. Yeley
Johnny Benson
Max Papis
Chevy Miccosukee Resort Gaming
Northeastern Supply
James Finch/Phoenix Racing Chuck Meyers Wegner
Joe Gibbs
The team switched from Dodge to Chevy. Yeley initially planned to run the full season but stepped out a few races after dropping out of contention for the championship. Johnny Benson drove at Milwaukee. Papis drove at Montreal and Watkins Glen.
6 David Ragan
Ford Discount Tire, Dish Network Roush Mike Kelley Roush-Yates
Ragan will run full time in both Busch and Cup.
7 Mike Wallace Chevy GEICO
Sport Clips
James Finch/Phoenix Racing Gere Kennon Wegner
Mike Wallace will drive a full season for Finch in 2007. Fred Wanke left as crew chief after the April Nashville race.
9 Kasey Kahne

Scott Riggs

Elliott Sadler

Boris Said

Chase Miller
Deac McCaskill
Erin Crocker?

Dodge Unilever (Klondike, Ragu, Hellmann’s, Wisk, Shedd’s Spread, Lawry’s, Lipton tea, Wish-Bone, and Slim-Fast
Vitamin Water(California fall)
Puryear Tanklines (ORP)
Evernham Motorsports Mike Shiplett Evernham
Said will drive the road course races, the Nashville spring race and at least 1 other stand alone event. Kahne will drive a Wrigley’s Doublement car at Phoenix in November.Kahne, Riggs & Sadler will split the driving duties. Crocker is expected to run 4 Busch races for Evernham. Chase Miller drove at Nashville (June), Kentucky, and Milwaukee. McCaskill makes his Busch debut at ORP.
10 John Andretti

Dave Blaney

Todd Bodine

John Graham

Brian Vickers

Brent Sherman

Toyota Freedom Road RVs
Camping World
Winegard (Phoenix, Chicagoland)
Seymour Paint
Braun Racing
ppc Racing
This team merged into Braun Racing for at least the 2007 season. Andretti reportedly had Camping World sponsorship for 15 races, but Blaney drove most of the races. Seymour Paint sponsored Blaney at Daytona (July). Todd Bodine drove at Milwaukee. Graham drove at Montreal and the Glen. Vickers will drive Michigan, Bristol, California, and Richmond. Sherman will drive at Memphis and Texas (November).
14 Kyle Krisiloff
Ford Clabber Girl
Eli Lilly and Company and Walgreens
Carl Haas Bryant Frazier Roush-Yates
Team will run a full season. They used ppc’s points from the #22 car last year to be guaranteed a spot in the first 5 races. The team announced a sponsorship deal with Eli Lilly and Walgreens in late June.
16 Greg Biffle

Todd Kluever

Colin Braun

Ford 3M, Dish Network, Scotch Tape (Phoenix fall) Roush Fenway Racing Eddie Pardue Roush-Yates
Biffle will drive 19 races, Kluever 16 races – Daytona, Mexico City, Atlanta, Bristol, Nashville, Phoenix, Darlington, Nashville, Kentucky, Milwaukee, New Hampshire, Gateway, Montreal, Watkins Glen, and Bristol. Bruan will drive at Memphis.
18 Tony Stewart

Aric Almirola

Brad Coleman

Kevin Conway

Chevy Carino’s Italian Grill
Z-Line Designs



Joe Gibbs Jason Ratcliff Joe Gibbs Racing
Coleman will drive 17 races – Las Vegas; Mexico; Nashville (April 7); Texas (April 14); Talladega; Richmond (May 4); Kentucky; Milwaukee; Gateway; Indianapolis; Montreal; Watkins Glen; Michigan; Bristol (Aug. 24); Dover (Sept. 22); Memphis and Phoenix (Nov. 10). Carino’s will sponsor 10 of those races. Conway will drive 8 races with sponsorship from Z-Line Designs – Bristol (March); Dover (June 2); Nashville (June 9); New Hampshire; Chicago); California (Sept.); Richmond (Sept.); and Kansas . Stewart will drive 3 races. Almirola will drive the remainder.
20 Denny Hamilin

Aric Almirola

Travis Kittleson

Chevy Rockwell Automation
Joe Gibbs Dave Rogers Joe Gibbs Racing
Hamlin will run 20 races. Almirola will drive 7. Tony Stewart will drive at Atlanta in the spring with Goody’s sponsorship. Kittleson will make his series debut at Gateway.
21 Kevin Harvick

Timothy Peters

PJ Jones

Tim McCreadie
Clint Bowyer

Ryan Foster?

Chevy AutoZone Richard Childress Shane Wilson RCR
Harvick will run 14 races in the #21. PJ Jones drove at Mexcio. McCreadie drove at Milwaukee. Foster expects to run some races later in the year. RCR announced in early July that Peters would not run any additional races. Bowyer drove at California.
22 (was 12) David Stremme

Carlos Contreras

Pierre Bourque

Mike Bliss

Patrick Carpentier

Josh Wise

Dodge SuperCuts
Family Dollar
Fitz Motorsports Paul Wolfe Evernham
David Stremme returns to Fitz Racing and the team switches to #22. Stremme will run at least 12 races. Contreras is expected to run a handful of races. Family Dollar will be the primary sponsor at Bristol, twice in Nashville and Charlotte, Talladega, Darlington, Daytona, Gateway, Indianapolis and Richmond. Patrick Carpentier will drive at Montreal and Watkins Glen. Josh Wise will drive at ORP
25 David Gilliland

Richard Johns

Ford FreeCreditReport.com Ed Rensi Todd Brewer Yates
Gilliland will drive 24 races. Johns will drive the car in all Busch stand-alone races except Mexico as well as fall races at Richmond, Kansas and Phoenix.
27 Ward Burton

Jason Keller

Jorge Goeters

Bobby East

Casey Atwood

Ford Kleenex
Ravenwood Winery
United States Postal Service
Federated Auto Parts
Brewco Motorsports
Clarence Brewer
? Roush-Yates
Burton will drive 20 races. Keller will drive at Nashville (April), Milwaukee, O’Reilly Raceway Park, Gateway, and Kentucky. A driver for the remainder of the schedule has not been announced. Goeters drove in Mexico in partnership with Star Motorsports. Bobby East will split 10 races between the #27 & #37. Atwood drove at Kansas
28 Robert Richardson


Jeff Green

Johnny Sauter

German Quiroga Jr

Derrike Cope

Niclas Jonsson

Blake Bjorklund

Chevy Checkers/Rally’s
Daytonabrands, Inc.
U.S. Border Patrol
Jay Robinson Racing Steve Plattenberger DEI
Jay Robinson teams with Hass for the 2007 season. Richardson will drive a minimum of 11 races. Checkers/Rally’s will be the sponsor at Daytona, Atlanta, Bristol, Talladega, Richmond, Kentucky, Daytona, St. Louis, Bristol, Memphis, and Homestead-Miami. Daytonabrands will be the sponsor at California. Quiroga drove at Mexico. Cope drove at the spring Richmond race and Chicago. The U.S. Border Partol will be an associate or primary sponsor for the final 25 races of the year. Niclas Jonsson drove at Montreal. Haas announced in August that Bjorklund would drive the #28 at California, Charlotte and Homestead
29 Jeff Burton

Scott Wimmer

Chevy Holiday Inn
Dixie Stampede
Richard Childress Pat Smith RCR
Burton and Wimmer will split the ride.
33 Tony Stewart

Kevin Harvick

Ron Fellows

Cale Gale

Tony Raines

Chevy Dollar General
Old Spice
Camping World
Bounty Super Duty Towels
Kevin Harvick Dan Stillman RCR
Tony Stewart will drive at Daytona, Las Vegas, Talladega, Darlington, New Hampshire, Chicago, Michigan, and Kansas with Old Spice Sponsorship. Harvick will drive at California (both), Bristol (both), Texas (spring), Lowes (both), and Richmond (fall), Ron Fellows will drive at Mexico, Canada, and Watkins Glen. Tony Raines will drive at Atlanta, Phoenix (both), Richmond (spring), Dover (both), Daytona (July), Texas (fall), and Homestead. Cale Gale will drive at Nashville (both), Kentucky, Milwaukee, Gateway, ORP, and Memphis. Camping World will be the primary sponsor in 11 races.
35 Bobby Hamilton, Jr. Ford McDonalds
Ed Rensi
Sam Rensi
Gary Weisbaum
Chris Wright Yates
Hamilton, Jr. returns to Rensi, where he had the most success in his career. Eckrich will be the sponsor at Chicago, ORP and Texas (November).
36 Brent Sherman

Jeremy Clements

Chevy Big Lots
McGill Motorsports Ricky Pearson Wegner
Sherman joined the team for a full season after running the last 2 races of 2006. His last race with the team in 2007 will be Kansas. Clements will drive at Lowes (October)
37 (was 66) Greg Biffle

Jamie McMurray

Bobby East

Johnny Satuer

John Graham

Casey Atwood

Brad Baker

Ford Yard-Man
Fun Energy Foods
Brewco Motorsports
Clarence Brewer
Shawn Parker Roush-Yates
McMurray will drive 12 races, Biffle will drive 11. Johnny Sauter drove at the spring Nashville race. Another drive will be announced for the remainder. Yard-Man will be the sponsor for the following race: Daytona (McMurray), California (McMurray), Mexico (Biffle), Las Vegas (McMurray), Texas (McMurray), Phoenix (Biffle), Talladega (McMurray), Chicagoland (McMurray), Canada (Biffle), Bristol (Biffle). Bobby East will split 10 races between the #27 & #37. Graham will drive 10 races with sponsosrship from Fun Energy Foods. Atwood drove at the Sept. Dover race. Baker will drive at Lowe’s (October)
38 Jason Leffler Toyota Great Clips Braun Racing Todd Lohse TRD
This team remained relatively unchanged from 2006
41 Reed Sorenson

David Stremme

Scott Pruett

Bryan Clauson

Scott Lagasse, Jr.

A.J. Allmendinger

Dodge Wrigley
Chip Ganassi Brad Parrott Ernie Elliott
Sorenson and Stremme will alternate as the driver for the first 25 races. The car will feature a rotating paint scheme of Wrigley’s Spearmint, Doublemint, Juicy Fruit, and Winterfresh brands. Lagasse ran at Milwaukee and ORP. Bryan Clauson will run the majority of the remaining races. Imation/Memorex will be the primary sponsor for the team starting at the Bristol fall race and for the remainder of the year. Pruett drove at Mexico. Lagasse drove at Milwaukee. Allmendinger drove at Phoenix (November).
42 Juan Pablo Montoya

Kevin Hamlin

A.J. Allmendinger

Dario Franchitti

Dodge Texaco/Havoline
Chip Ganassi Brian Pattie Ernie Elliott
Montoya was scheduled to run all the companion races and Hamlin the stand-alones. However, Montoyta got out of the car after Watkins Glen. Allmendinger drove at California, Richmond, Dover, Kansas and Charlotte. Franchitti drove at Memphis, Phoenix, and Homestead.
47 Jon Wood

Travis Kvapil

Kelly Bires

Andy Lally

Ford Clorox, Wisk
Armor All
ST Motorsports
Tad Geschickter
Scott Zipadelli Roush-Yates
Wood was exepcted to also run a partial Cup schedule. Kvapil substituted for Wood at Dover in June while Wood was sick. Bires drove at Nashville (June) and most of the remaining races. Andy Lally drove at Montreal and Watkins Glen.
59 Marcos Ambrose
Ford Kingsford Charcol
Bush’s Baked Beans
JTG Racing
ST Motorsports
Tad Geschickter
Greg Conner Roush-Yates
Ambrose moves from CTS to Busch and Stacy Compton moves from Busch to CTS.
60 Carl Edwards Ford Miracle-Gro
Sharp AQUOS/3M Vikuiti
The Weather Channel
World Financial Group
Dish Network (10 races).
Jack Roush Pierre Kuettel Roush
Edwards will run the full Cup/Busch schedule again. World Financial Group will sponsor the team at February Fontana, April Phoenix, September Dover and November Phoenix. Sharp AQUOS/3M Vikuiti will be the sponsor at Talladega, Kentucky, Chicagoland, Michigan and California (fall). Aflac was the sponsor at Daytona (July). The Weather Channel will be the sponsor at Indy.
66 (was 64) Steve Wallace

Reed Sorenson

Dodge HomeLife Communities
Top Flite
Jasper Engines and Transmissions
Rapid Industrial Cleaningr
Jimmy John’s
Rusty Wallace
Steve Darne Penske-Jasper
Wallace will run full time. Rapid Industrial Cleaning will be the primary sponsor at Milwaukee, New Hampshire, Chicago, Michigan, and one other race. Jimmy John’s will be the sponsor at Michigan. Sorenson replaced Wallace for the October race at Lowe’s.
77 Kevin Harvick

Bobby Labonte

Ron Hornaday
Kertus Davis

Brandon Miller

Chevy Dollar General Kevin Harvick Wally Rogers RCR
Labonte will drive 18 races, Harvick 4 (Phoenix, Richmond, Dover, Lowes), and Davis 13 (California, Mexico, Nashville (both), Kentucky, Milwaukee, Gateway, ORP, Canada, California, Dover, Memphis, Phoenix). Hornaday will drive at Milwaukee. Miller will drive a Memphis.
88 Shane Huffman

Dale Earnhardt, Jr.

Brad Keselowski

Andy Pilgrim

Chevy U.S. Navy JR Motorsports Tony Eury Sr. RCR
Huffman was released prior to the July Daytona race. Earnhardt Jr drove at Daytona. Keselowski will drove at Chicago, Gateway, and ORP. Pilgrim will drive at Montreal and Watkins Glen. Keselowski was signed at the beginning of September for the remainder of the year.
90 Stephen Leicht Ford CitiFinancial Robert Yates Bruce Cook Yates-Roush
Leicht will run the full season.
99 David Reutimann Toyota Aarons Rent
XM Radio
NAPA Auto Parts
Michael Waltrip Jerry Baxter TRD
XM Radio will be primary sponsor at Chicago. NAPA will be the sponsor in Montreal.
00 Michael McDowell Toyota NAPA Auto Parts Michael Waltrip ? TRD
Will run the final 3 races of the season.
03* Todd Bodine Toyota ? Germain Racing Mike Hillman Jr.? TRD?
Team plans to run 8-10 Busch races, starting at Gateway.
06* Eric Darnell
Mark Martin
Ford Dish Network Roush Fenway Racing Chad Norris Roush-Yates
Darnell tested at Daytona. Martin will drive at Daytona with Dish Network sponsorship.
2* Clint Bowyer

Kenny Wallace

Chevy BB&T
Camping World
Jimmy John’s
Richard Childress Dan Deeringhoff RCR
Bowyer plans to run 17 races in 2007 & 2008. Camping World will be the sponsor at Phoenix (April 20), Talladega (April 28), New Hampshire and Chicagoland. Wallace will drive at Gateway with Jimmy Johns sponsorship.
4* Regan Smith

Kraig Kinser

Chevy Ginn Resorts Ginn Racing Doug Randolph Hendrick
The team had planned to run full time, but decided to scale back Busch races after the June Nashville race to give Smith an opportunity to run can Nextel Cup companion events. Kinser could run a few races later in the year.
5* Kyle Busch

Adrian Fernandez

Mark Martin

Chevy Lowe’s
Spectrum Brands
Rick Hendrick Mike Bumgarner Hendrick
Team is not expected to run the full schedule. Delphi will be the primary sponsor at Las Vegas, Talladega, Daytona, Chicago, and Texas. Spectrum will sponsor the car in 13 companion events. Mark Martin will drive at Darlington, Michigan and Homestead with Autoguard sponsorship. Fenandez will drive at Mexico with Lowe’s sponsorship.
8* Dale Earnhardt, Jr. Chevy Sharpie DEI Tony Eury, Jr. DEI
Dale Jr. will run the Spring Bristol race with Sharpie sponsorship.
11* Jason Keller

Marc Mitchell

Chevy Force Protection/Dutch Quality Stone
Sweet Baby Ray’s
CJM Racing Todd Gordon Pro Motors
Team announced after Las Vegas that they were move from Cup to the Busch Series. Plans are in place for 12-15 races in 2007. Could be more with additional sponsorship. Team will debut at Darlington. Mitchell will drive at Milwaukee. CarFax will be the primary sponsor at Michigan and an associate for the remainder of the year. InvestLinc is the primary sponsor at Dover (Sept) and Kansas. Sweet Baby Ray’s will be the primary sponsor at Lowes (October) and Kansas.
11* Paul Menard

Martin Truex, Jr.

Dale Earnhardt, Jr.

Kerry Earnhardt?

Chevy Menards
Turtle Wax
DEI Kevin Manion DEI
Menard planned to a total of 14 races in 2007. Kerry Earnhardt wants to run a handful of races and it could be here at the stand alone events.
12 (was 39)* Ryan Newman

Kurt Busch

Sam Hornish

Dodge Alltel
Penske Truck Leasing
Mobile One
Kodak Easy Share
Penske Racing South Matt Gimbel Penske-Jasper
The team will run 23 races. Kurt Busch will run 5 race. Kodak will sponsor Newman at Bristol, Texas, Darlington, Chicagoland, Watkins Glen, Fontana, and Richmond. Hornish will drive at Daytona, California, Atlanta, Nashville (April 7), Richmond, Michigan, Dover, Charlotte, Texas, Phoenix and Homestead. Sponsorship from Mobile 1 will be on the car at California, Richmond, Michigan, Dover, Phoenix, and Homestead.(
19* Patrick Carpentier Dodge Stanley Tools Evernham Motorsports Mike Shiplett Evernham
Team will run at Homestead.
44 (was 14)* ? Dodge Family Dollar Fitz Motorsports Ron Otto Evernham
Mark Green drove for the team at Montreal.
15* Paul Menard Chevy Peak Antifreeze
DEI Mike Greci DEI
Second DEI team will probably run a limited schedule. Menard will run at Daytona with sponsorship from Peak.
17* Matt Kenseth

Michel Jourdain

Danny O’Quinn

Ford Arby’s, Dish Network (9 races)
Roush Fenway Racing Drew Blickensderfer Roush-Yates
Arby’s will sponsor Kenseth in 13 races – Daytona, Atlanta, Texas, Phoenix, Charlotte, Dover, Chicago, Michigan, Bristol, California, Richmond, Kansas & Phoenix. Jourdain will drive at Mexico City and Montreal. iLevel will be the sponsor at Phoenix (spring), Dover (fall), Lowe’s (fall), and Texas (fall). Aflac will be the sponsor for Kenseth at Watkins Glen.
23* Brad Keselowski
Chevy Oklahoma Centennial Commission
Keith Coleman Steve Platenberger Pro Motors Engines
Team planned to run a full season, but announced in late June that they were ceasing operations. They announce July 5 that they were shutting down.
24* (was 57) Casey Mears

Landon Cassil

Chevy National Guard
Rick Hendrick Chad Walter Hendrick
Mears will drive 22 races with National Guard sponsorship. Cassil made his Busch debut at Gateway and also ran at ORP.
26* Mark Martin

Jamie McMurray

Greg Biffle

Todd Kluever

Erik Darnell

Ford Dish Network (14 races)
OreoThe Weather Channel
Roush Fenway Racing Pat Tryson Roush-Yates
Mark Martin will drive at Daytona and Texas (Spring). Greg Biffle will drive the #26 Oreo Ford in at least the Daytona race. Kluever will run 3 races. Aflac will be the sponsor for McMurray at Bristol (August) and Richmond (September). The Weather Channel will sponsor Kluever at Chicago.
30* Stanton Barrett Chevy Smith & Wesson SKI Motorsports Bob Schacht Pro Motors
Team is planning to run Chicago, California, (September) Dover (September), Lowe’s (October), and Texas.
31* Peyton Sellers Chevy ? Marsh Racing Ted Marsh RCR
Scheduled races include Chicago, fall California, fall Lowe’s, and Texas.
32* Dave Blaney

Michael Waltrip

Bill Elliott

Brian Vickers

Toyota ABF Freight
Hass Avocados
Fort McDowell
Beringer Vineyards
Seymour Paint
Braun Trent Owens TRD
Blaney will run the Busch Series full time, but the #32 team will be part-time. Waltrip will drive at Atlanta. Beringer will be the sponsor in a limited number of races. Seymour Paint will sponsor Elliott at the May Lowe’s race. Vickers will drive at Daytona (July) and Lowe’s (October) with sponsorship from Fort McDowell>
34* Jay Satuer

Steve Grissom
Brian Simo

Chevy ? Frank Cicci Racing James Daly Fischer
Team had planned a full season with Brian Conz as the driver. However, that deal fell apart. Grissom was the driver at Daytona. Sauter drove at California. Simo drove at Mexico. Sauter drove at Las Vegas, Atlanta, Bristol, and Nashville. The team did not attempt Texas and closed up shortly afterwards.
48* Jimmie Johnson? Chevy Kobalt Rick Hendrick Chad Walter? Hendrick
Johnson will drive 3 races with Kobalt sponsorship (both Lowe’s races and fall California).
55* Robby Gordon

Brandon Miller?

Ford Verizon Robby Gordon Dana Brugman Yates-Roush
Verizon and Motorola will sponsor Gordon at Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago and Texas. The team will run as many races at sponsorship allows. Brandon Miller tested for Gordon at Daytona. Camping World will sponsor Gordon at Montreal.
56* Danny O’Quinn

Frank Kreyer

Dange Hanniford

A.J. Frank

Chevy Smith Transport
S+S Mack Records
Power Equipment Company
Mac Hill Motorsports
Jack McNelly
Tony Lambert Fisher
O’Quinn will run a limited schedule, starting at the Bristol spring race. Smith Transport will be the primary sponsor for at least one race. KYMCO was the sponsor at Bristol. Kreyer will drive at Milwaukee, Gateway, O’Reilly Raceway Park, and Phoenix with sponsorship from Culver’s. S+S Mack Records will be the sponsor at the Spring Nashville race. Hanniford made his Busch debut at the spring Richmond race. Power Equipment Company is the sponsor at Nashville (June), Bristol (August), and Memphis. A.J. Frank will drive at Kentucky with sponsorship from Brandeis.
58* Chris Horn Chevy ? Fred Horn ? ?
Team is running a limited schedule
63* Kerry Earnhardt

Mike MacKenzie

Chevy ? Jeff Spraker Racing Jeff Spraker DEI
Team plans to run at Daytona (July). MacKenzie drove at Montreal
64 Chase Austin Dodge HomeLife Communities RWI
Rusty Wallace
Austin will make his Busch debut at Memphis in October.
70* Justin Diercks
Mark Green
Chevy Foretravel Motorcoach ML Motorsports
Mary Louise Miller & Stephany Mullen
Tom Sokoloski Wegner
Team plans 19 races for the season – Daytona, Las Vegas, Nashville, Texas, Talladega, Richmond, Nashville, Kentucky, Milwaukee, Daytona, Chicago, Gateway, O’Reilly Raceway Park, Michigan, Richmond, Kansas, Memphis, Texas, and Homestead. Diercks and the team parted ways June 29. Mark Green was then hired to drive the rest of the season.
71* Ron Young Chevy ? Ron Young / RB1 Motorsports Greg Tester ?
No set schedule for 2007. Team will show up as money allows.
72* Randy MacDonald Chevy ? Randy MacDonald Rodney Jackisch Bill Davis Racing Engines
No plans have been announced for 2007. This team usually runs as many races and sponsorship allows.
73* Brett Rowe Ford ? Revelocity Racing ? Roush-Yates
Team plans a 10 race schedule.
83* ? Chevy AAMCO JR Motorsports ? RCR
Team will run in the June 2 and Sept. 1 Busch Series events at Dover and California.
87* Joe Nemechek Chevy Brunton Vineyards NEMCO Motorsports ? Hendrick
Nemechek wants to run more Busch races this year.
89* Morgan Shepherd Dodge Racing With Jesus Faith Motorsports Jim Graham Barnes & Reese Racing Engines
Morgan entered the Darlington race and is running a partial schedule the rest of the season.
93*? Marc Mitchell Chevy Ergon Tony Clements Racing ? ?
The team plans to enter two races in 2007.
95* Steadman Marlin? Dodge ? Sadler Bros Nick Harrison Ernie Elliott
Team expected to run approximately 5 races.
98* Alex Garcia Chevy Dixien


Transnet Racing
Alex Garcia
Danny Gill GP Race Engines
Plans to run a 12 race schedule in 2007.
91 David Green Toyota Your Residential Technology Team Riley-D’Hondt Jerry Pitts TRD
The team debuted at Lowe’s in May and plans to run a number of races during the remainder of the season. Your Residential Technology Team will be the sponsor at both Lowe’s races.
92? Bobby Santos III Toyota Riley Technologies Bill Davis Racing Gene Nead TRD
Santos is expected to run 10 races – both Richmond, both Lowe’s, New Hampshire, Kansas, Memphis, Texas, Phoenix, and Homestead.
? Buckshot Jones ? ? DMT Motorsports ? ?
Team tentatively plans to run at New Hampshire and Bristol.
? Damon Lusk ? ? Zekko Racing ? ?
Reports stated the team would run a full season, but they did not show up
01 Morgan Shepherd

Joe Fox
Kertus Davis

Chevy ? Davis Motorsports ? Barnes & Reese Racing Engines
Shepherd drove at California (spring) and Nashville (spring). Kertus Davis drove at Michigan
01 Jay Sauter Chevy ? Duesenberg & Leik Motorsports ? Wegner
Sponsorshipd dried up for this team and they did not run any races.
08 Trevor Boys Gsmdashboards.com
Industro Tools
Chevy H&K; Motorsports ? ?
Team plans a minimum of 6 races.
15? Matt Crafton? Chevy ? ppc Racing
Greg Pollex
Todd Gordon ?
This is ppc’s #22 team from 2006. The team will probably not race if sponsorship is not found.
30 Mike Bliss Chevy Smith & Wesson
SKI Motorsports Bob Schacht Pro Motors
No plans have been announced for 2007
37 Josh Krug? Chevy Americash Advance? Vision Racing ? ?
Team plans to move from ARCA to Busch in 2007, but did not test at Daytona.
43 P.J. Jones Dodge RFMS Mike Curb
Cary Agajanian
Mark Durgin Evernham
No plans have been announced for 2007
50 Jeff Barrister

Brain Pannone

Ford racecarstupid.com Jeff Barrister ? Roush-Yates
Team attempted Phoenix in April.
44 Mike Harmon

Jennifer Jo Cobb

Chevy All Sports Armour Donnie Richardson ? ?
Team plans to run some races that do no conflict with the ARCA schedule. Cobb attempted the Kansas and Phoenix (November) races.
50? Danny O’Quinn? Ford ? Roush Fenway Racing ? Roush-Yates
O’Quinn is currently only scheduled for 1 race (Kentucky) with an unannounced Roush team.
52 Brad Teague Ford ? Jimmy Means ? ?
Team is running a handful of races.
54? Roger Carter II Dodge ? Fridell Racing ? Arrington
Team planned a limited schedule starting at new Hampshire.
67* C.W. ‘Skip’ Smith Dodge Panasonic Consumer Electronics Mike Smith
Smith Motorsports
Steve Yeagle Ege
No plans have been announced for 2007. This team usually runs Daytona and a handful of other races.
71 Trevor Boys Chevy First Produce Randy MacDonald Nathan Linford ?
Team ran at Montreal
72 D.J. Kennington Dodge Nothern Provincial Pipelines Dwight Kennedy Robbie Wethington ?
Team plans about 5 race starting at the spring Phoenix race
76 Jerick Johnson Chevy American Legion Jack Johnson ? ?
Team attempted the spring Nashville race.
85 John Hayden Chevy ? Premier Motorsport Dan Kinney Pro Motors Eng
This team usually runs a handful of races, but may not continue
? Mark Martin Chevy ? Ginn Racing ? Hendrick
Martin plans on running 5-10 races.
? Josh Wise Toyota ? Michael Waltrip Racing ? TRD
USAC driver Wise is expected in a handful of Busch races. He made his Busch debut at ORP with Fitz Racing
? Jorge Goeters ? ? Star Motorsports ? ?
The team partnered with Brewco at Mexico City to run the #27.
? Shelby Howard ? ? Robby Benton Racing ? ?
Team plans to run a limited number of races. They entered Kentucky and ORP in the #01 of Johnny Davis Motorsports.
? Jeremy Mayfield? Toyota ? Bill Davis Racing ? TRD
Bill Davis would like to get back into the Busch Series with at least one team.

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