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2015 NASCAR XFINITY Series Team Chart

UPDATED: 11-23-2015


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2015 Rookie of the Year Candidates

#0-Harrison Rhodes
#4-Ross Chastain
#6-Darrell Wallace, Jr.
#14-Cale Conley
#18-Daniel Suarez [Won Rookie of the Year]
#40-Josh Reaume
#97-Peyton Sellers

FULL TIME TEAMS IN 2015

CAR #
DRIVER
MANU
SPONSOR
TEAM/OWNER
CREW CHIEF
ENGINES
0 Harrison Rhodes
Bobby Gerhart
Michael Self
Lawson Aschenbach
Josh Reaume
Chevy Flex Seal
Vecoplan
Auto Remote Warehouse
Nebraska Transport
Corporate Caterers
JD Motorsports with Gary Keller Todd Myers Clements Engines
Flex Seal was the sponsor at: Daytona (Feb) [DNQ], Bristol (Apr), Talladega, Daytona (Jul), Bristol (Aug).
Vecoplan was the sponsor at Charlotte (May), Michigan.
Gerhart drove at Chicago (Jun).
Self drove at Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Chicago (Sept), Kansas (Oct).
Aschenbach drove at Road America.
Reaume drove at Charlotte (Oct).
Corporate Caterers was the sponsor at Homestead.

#01 Landon Cassill
Ross Chastain
Michael Self
Chevy G&K Services
Flex Seal
Meding’s Seafood
Iron Source
Buddie Toys
Nebraska Transport Company
True Hire
Valvoline
U Drive U Text U Pay
Florida Lottery
Gerber Collision & Glass
K1Speed.com
JD Motorsports with Gary Keller Wayne Setterington Jr Clements Engines
Cassill will return. G&K Services will sponsor a number of races again – Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Texas (Apr), Talladega, Kentucky (Jul), Bristol (Aug), Kansas (Oct), rest TBA.
Flex Seal was the sponsor at: Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Iowa (May), Charlotte (May), Daytona (Jul), New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Darlington.
Meding’s Seafood / Iron Source was the sponsor at Dover (May) and Dover (Oct).
Buddie Toys was the sponsor at Michigan.
Chastain drove at Chicago (Jun) & Road America.
Self drove at Iowa (Aug) with Nebraska Transport Company sponsorship and Kentucky (Sept) with U Drive U Text U Pay sponsorship.
Great Outdoors RV Superstore was the sponsor at Watkins Glen.
True Hire was the sponsor at Mid-Ohio.
Valvoline was the sponsor at Richmond (Sept).
Gerber Collision and Glass was the sponsor at Chicago (Sept).
K1Speed.com was the sponsor at Phoenix (Nov).
Florida Lottery was the sponsor at Homestead.

#1 Elliott Sadler Ford OneMain Financial Roush Fenway Racing Phil Gould Roush-Yates
Sadler moved from Joe Gibbs Racing to Roush Fenway with OneMain Financial, who was primary sponsor for all 33 races.
Sadler will move to JR Motorsports in 2016 with OneMain Financial.

#2 Brian Scott Chevy Shore Lodge
Albertsons
Jewel/Osco
Acme
Richard Childress Racing Mike Hillman, Jr. ECR Engines
Hillman, Jr. took over as crew chief for 2015.
Shore Lodge was the sponsor at: Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Bristol (Apr), Talladega, Iowa (May), Charlotte (May), Michigan, Daytona (Jul), Kentucky (Jul), Indianapolis, Iowa (Aug), Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Bristol (Aug), Road America, Richmond (Sept), Kentucky (Sept), Charlotte (Oct), Kansas (Oct), Homestead.
Albertsons was the primary sponsor at Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Dover (May) [ACME], Chicago (Jun) [Jewel-Osco] and is scheduled to be the sponsor at New Hampshire, Chicago (Sept), Texas (Nov), Phoenix (Nov).
Albertsons / Reser’s was the sponsor at Texas (Apr).
Albertsons / Sanderson Farms was the sponsor at Texas (Nov).
Albertsons / Kraft Singles was the sponsor at Phoenix (Nov).
Safeway was the sponsor at Richmond (Apr), Darlington.
Vons/Reser’s was the sponsor at Auto Club.
Star Market / Kraft Velveeta was the sponsor at New Hampshire.
Jewel-Osco was the sponsor at Chicago (Sept).
ACME / Reser’s Main Street Bistro was the sponsor at Dover (Oct).

#3 Ty Dillon Chevy Yuengling
Bass Pro Shops
WESCO
VF Imagewear
Richard Childress Racing Nick Harrison ECR Engines
WESCO was the sponsor at Atlanta, Auto Club, Dover (May), Chicago (Jun), Road America, Kentucky (Sept) Charlotte (Oct), Phoenix (Nov).
VF Imagewear brands (Red Kap, Bulwark, Horace Small, Wrangler Workwear) will be primary sponsor for an unknown number of races. Red Kap was the sponsor at Las Vegas, Iowa (May), Michigan. Bulwark/Wayne Workwear was the sponsor at Texas (Apr).
Alsco and Larry Miller Dealership were the sponsors at Kentucky (Jul).
Bass Pro Shops was the sponsor at: Daytona (Feb), Phoenix (Mar), Talladega, Charlotte (May), Indianapolis, Iowa (Aug), Bristol (Aug), Richmond (Sept), Chicago (Sept), Kansas (Oct), Texas (Nov).
Yuengling was the sponsor at Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Daytona (Jul), Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Darlington, Dover (Oct), Homestead.
RCR swapped its #3 and #33 Chevy crew chiefs after Chicago in June, moving crew chief Nick Harrison to the #3 and Danny Stockman to the #33.
Wrangler Workwear / Unifirst was the sponsor at New Hampshire.

#4 Ross Chastain
Harrison Rhodes
Michael Self
Chevy Flex Shot/Flex Seal
Watermelon.org
Helena Chemical Company
Heroes Haven
Taughannock Aviation
RACEGIRL
Corporate Caterers
JD Motorsports with Gary Keller Gary Cogswell Clements Engines
Ross Chastain will run the full season.
Flex Seal was the sponsor at: Daytona (Feb), Atlanta.
Flex Shot was the sponsor at Texas (Apr), Talladega, Charlotte (May), Daytona (Jul), Bristol (Aug).
watermelon.org was the sponsor at Richmond (Apr), Indianapolis, Kentucky (Sept).
Heroes Haven was the sponsor at Dover (May).
Protect your Melon was the sponsor at Kentucky (Jul).
Rhodes drove at Chicago (Jun).
Taughannock Aviation was the sponsor at Watkins Glen.
Self drove at Road America.
Heroes Haven / Natchez Shooters Supply was the sponsor at Dover (Oct).
RACEGIRL was the sponsor at Kansas (Oct).
Corporate Caterers was the sponsor at Homestead.

#6 Darrell Wallace, Jr. Ford Ford EcoBoost
Advocare
Bleacher Report
Sponge Bob Square Pants
Cheez-It
Cross Insurance
Scotchman
Fastenal
Roush Fenway Racing Seth Barbour Roush-Yates
Ford EcoBoost was on the car at: Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Bristol (Apr), Iowa (May), Dover (May), Michigan, Kentucky (Jul), Indianapolis, Iowa (Aug, Mid-Ohio, Bristol (Aug), Road America, Charlotte (Oct), Kansas (Oct), Phoenix (Nov).
Roush Performance Products was on the car at Auto Club, Chicago (Jun), Richmond (Sept), Chicago (Sept), Homestead.
Advocare was the sponsor at Texas (Apr).
Bleacher Report was the sponsor at Richmond (Apr), Kentucky (Sept), Dover (Oct).
Sponge Bob Square Pants was on the car at Talladega.
Cheez-It was the sponsor at Charlotte (May), Daytona (Jul), Watkins Glen.
Cross Insurance was the sponsor at New Hampshire.
Wallace and Reed swapped crew chiefs after the Watkins Glen race.
Scotchman was the sponsor at Darlington.
Fastenal was the sponsor at Texas (Nov).

#7 Regan Smith Chevy TaxSlayer
Hellman’s
Ragu
NAPA
Best Foods
Fire Alarm Services
Breyers
AmericasPower.org
Goody’s
Anderson’s Maple Syrup
Axalta
Great Clips
Suave Men
Breyers
NAPA Synthetic Motor Oil
Nationwide Children’s Hospital
Dale’s Pale Ale
JR Motorsports Jason Burdett Hendrick
Hellman’s was the sponsor at: Daytona (Feb), Talladega.
Anderson’s was the sponsor at Charlotte (May) and New Hampshire.
TaxSlayer was the sponsor at Atlanta, Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Watkins Glen, Road America, Darlington, Richmond (Sept), Chicago (Sept), Kentucky (Sept), Kansas (Oct), Phoenix (Nov), Homestead.
Great Clips was the sponsor at Las Vegas, Kentucky (Jul).
Axalta was the sponsor at Phoenix (Mar).
Suave Men was the sponsor at Auto Club, Michigan, Texas (Nov).
Breyers was the sponsor at Richmond (Apr), Dover (May).
NAPA Synthetic Motor Oil was the sponsor at Iowa (May)
Goody’s was the sponsor at Chicago (Jun).
Fire Alarm Services was the sponsor at Daytona (Jul), Iowa (Aug), Dover (Oct).
AmericasPower.org was the sponsor at Indianapolis.
Nationwide Children’s Hospital was the sponsor at Mid-Ohio.
Dale’s Pale Ale was the sponsor at Bristol (Aug), Charlotte (Oct).

#8 Blake Koch Toyota LeafFilter
Celsius Negative Energy Cola
AQUAhydrate
Promise Keepers
Ingersoll Rand
TriStar Motorsports Matt Lucas TriStar
Koch will run the full season.
LeafFilter was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Las Vegas, Bristol (Apr), Talladega, Dover (May), Michigan, Chicago (Jun), Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Iowa (Aug), Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Road America, Darlington, Richmond (Sept), Chicago (Sept), Kentucky (Sept), Dover (Oct), Charlotte (Oct), Kansas (Oct), Texas (Nov), Phoenix (Nov), Homestead.
Celsius was the sponsor at Atlanta, Daytona (Jul).
AQUAhydrate was the sponsor at Auto Club.
Promise Keepers was the sponsor at Richmond (Apr).
Ingersoll Rand was the sponsor at Bristol (Aug).

#9 Chase Elliott Chevy NAPA Auto Parts JR Motorsports Ernie Cope Hendrick
NAPA Auto Part was the sponsor for all 33 races. Elliott moves to Cup to replace Jeff Gordon in 2016.

#13 Chris Cockrum
Cody Ware
Derek White
Timmy Hill
Mark Thompson
John Jackson
Carl Long
Josh Reaume
BJ McLeod
Kevin O’Connell
Tim Cowen
Brad Teague
Harrison Rhodes
Ruben Pardo
Toyota Advanced Communications Group
Braille Battery / Grafoid
Phoenix Air
Gemini Southern
Cowen Logisitics
Industrial Piping
Motorsports Business Management Kevyn Rebolledo ?
Cockrum drove at Daytona (Feb) with Advanced Communications Group sponsorship.
Ware drove at Atlanta with Braille Battery / Grafoid sponsorship.
White drove at Las Vegas, Auto Club, Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Texas (Nov), Homestead with Braille Battery / Grafoid sponsorship.
White qualified the car at Phoenix (Mar) but Carl Long drove in the race.
Hill drove at Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Dover (May).
Thompson drove at Talladega with Phoenix Air sponsorship and attempted Daytona (Jul) but DNQ.
Jackson drove at Iowa (May) and Iowa (Aug).
Long drove at Charlotte (May), Kentucky (Sept).
Reaume drove at Michigan, Chicago (Jun), Richmond (Sept), Chicago (Sept), Dover (Oct).
McLeod drove at Indianapolis, Darlington.
O’Connell drove at Watkins Glen with Gemini Southern sponsorship.
Cowen drove at Mid-Ohio & Road America with Cowen Logistics sponsorship.
Teague drove at Bristol (Aug).
Rhodes drove at Charlotte (Oct), Kansas (Oct).
Pardo drove at Phoenix (Nov).

#14 Cale Conley
Mike Bliss
Toyota IAVA TriStar Motorsports Eddie Pardue TriStar
IAVA was on the car at Daytona (Feb), Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Iowa (May), Charlotte (May), Dover (May), Michigan, Chicago (Jun), Daytona (Jul), Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Iowa (Aug), Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Bristol (Aug), Road America, Darlington, Richmond (Sept), Chicago (Sept), Kentucky (Sept), Dover (Oct), Charlotte (Oct), Kansas (Oct).
Citing a lack of sponsorship, Conley announced before the Texas race (in November) that he would not run any additional race with the team.
Bliss drove at Texas (Nov), Phoenix (Nov), Homestead.

#15 Carlos Contreras
Chris Cockrum
Cody Ware
Enrique Contreras
Stanton Barrett
BJ McLeod
Jimmy Weller
Scott Lagasse, Jr.
Todd Peck
Anthony Krumpen
Ryan Ellis
Kevin O’Connell
BJ McLeod
Ray Black, Jr.
Korbin Forrister
Chevy Burnie Grill
Bubba Burger
Lilly Trucking
Advanced Communications Group
BYB
Lilly Trucking
Alert Today Florida/Boy Scouts of America
Nexteer Automotive
Engine Parts Plus
Navy Seals vs Zombies Movie
Main Gate Enterprises
Rick Ware Racing Jeff Spraker
Chris Rice
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Carlos Contreras drove at Daytona (Feb) [DNQ], Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega [DNQ], Mid-Ohio, Darlington, Homestead.
Cockrum drove at Atlanta.
Ware drove at Las Vegas.
Enrique Contreras drove at Phoenix (Mar).
Barrett drove at Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Indianapolis, Dover (Oct).
McLeod drove at Iowa (May), Charlotte (May), Dover (May), Kentucky (Jul), Charlotte (Oct).
Weller drove at Michigan, Chicago (Jun) with Lilly Trucking sponsorship and Chicago (Sept) with Engine Parts Plus sponsorship.
NTS Motorsports and Scott Lagasse, Jr. partnered with Rick Ware Racing for Daytona in July, with Alert Today Florida/Boy Scouts of America as the sponsor. NTS Motorsports competition director Chris Rice was crew chief.
Peck drove at New Hampshire.
Krumpen drove at Iowa (Aug) with Nexteer Automotive sponsorship.
Ellis drove at Watkins Glen, Bristol (Aug), Richmond (Sept), Kentucky (Sept).
O’Connell drove at Road America.
McLeod drove at Kansas (Oct).
Black drove at Texas (Nov).
Forrister drove at Phoenix (Nov).

#16 Ryan Reed Ford American Diabetes Association Drive to Stop Diabetes presented by Lilly Diabetes Roush Fenway Racing Chad Norris Roush-Yates
American Diabetes Association Drive to Stop Diabetes announced a multi-year renewal with the team before the season.
Wallace and Reed swapped crew chiefs after the Watkins Glen race.

#18 Daniel Suarez Toyota ARRIS
Juniper
Joe Gibbs Racing Eric Phillips Joe Gibbs Racing
Suarez drove the full season with ARRIS sponsorship.
Juniper was the sponsor at Bristol (Aug).

#19 Mike Bliss
Scott Lagasse, Jr.
Charles Lewandoski
Jeff Green
Toyota Alert Today Florida
Boy Scouts of America
Holiday Inn Club Vacation
Dealer Associates
Steely Lumber
TriStar Motorsports Chuck Herman TriStar
Bliss was scheduled to run the majority of the season, but began a limited schedule in May after McClure rejoined TriStar.
Lagasse drove at Daytona (Feb) with Alert Today/Boy Scout sponsorship [DNQ].
Bliss drove at Atlanta and Las Vegas with Holiday Inn Club Vacations sponsorship.
Bliss drove at Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr) with no sponsor.
Dealer Associates was the sponsor at Texas (Apr).
Steely Lumber was the sponsor at Talladega.
Lewandoski drove at Iowa (May).
Green drove at Charlotte (May), Dover (May), Michigan, Chicago (Jun), Daytona (Jul) [DNQ], Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Iowa (Aug), Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Bristol (Aug), Road America, Darlington, Richmond (Sept), Chicago (Sept), Kentucky (Sept), Dover (Oct), Charlotte (Oct), Kansas (Oct), Texas (Nov), Phoenix (Nov), Homestead.

#20 Erik Jones
Matt Kenseth
Denny Hamlin
Ross Kenseth
David Ragan
Kenny Wallace
Matt Tifft
Kenny Habul
Toyota GameStop
Reser’s
Hisense
Sport Clips
Interstate Batteries
Sun Energy 1
Freightliner
U.S. Cellular
UNC – Charlotte
Joe Gibbs Racing Mike Wheeler Joe Gibbs Racing
Jones drove at Las Vegas, Iowa (May) with Interstate Batteries sponsorship.
Reser’s sponsored Kenseth at Atlanta, Phoenix (Mar), Dover (May), Chicago (Sept), Kansas (Oct).
Hisense sponsored Hamlin at Richmond (Apr), Bristol (Aug), Dover (Oct).
Ross Kenseth drove at Chicago in June.
Jones drove at Talladega with Sport Clips sponsorship.
Jones drove at Indianapolis, Richmond (Sept), Charlotte (Oct, Texas (Nov), Phoenix (Nov), Homestead with GameStop sponsorship.
Hamlin drove at Michigan with Sun Energy sponsorship.
Ragan drove at Daytona (Jul) with Interstate Batteries sponsorship.
Jones drove at Kentucky (Jul) with Freightliner sponsorship.
SunEnergy1 sponsored Hamlin at New Hampshire.
Habul drove with Sun Energy 1 sponsorship at Watkins Glen, Mid Ohio, Road America.
Kenny Wallace drove at Iowa (Aug) with U.S. Cellular sponsorship.
Hamlin drove at Darlington with Sport Clips sponsorship.
Tifft drove at Kentucky (Sept) with UNC – Charlotte sponsorship.
Erik Jones will reportedly run a full XFINITY schedule in 2016, but details have not been announced.

#22 Brad Keselowski
Ryan Blaney
Joey Logano
Alex Tagliani
Ford Discount Tire
Hertz
Penske Racing Greg Erwin Roush-Yates
Keselowski drove at Daytona (Feb), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Kentucky (Jul), Charlotte (Oct), Texas (Nov), Phoenix (Nov) with Discount Tire sponsorship and New Hampshire, Watkins Glen with Hertz sponsorship.
Logano drove at Atlanta, Phoenix (Mar), Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Michigan, Daytona (Jul), Kansas (Oct) with Discount Tire sponsorship and Darlington, Richmond (Sept) with Hertz sponsorship.
Blaney drove at Las Vegas, Iowa (May), Charlotte (May), Indianapolis, Iowa (Aug), Bristol (Aug), Road America, Chicago (Sept), Kentucky (Sept) with Discount Tire sponsorship and Dover (May), Chicago (Jun), Dover (Oct), Homestead with Hertz sponsorship.
Tagliani drove at Mid-Ohio.

#24 Eric McClure Toyota Hefty/Reynolds Wrap JGL Racing
TriStar Motorsports
Wes Ward TriStar
McClure was scheduled to run the full season for JGL Racing with Hefty as the sponsor for all but 8 races. However, he left JGL after the Talladega race and moved back to TriStar. The car number did not change.
Hefty Easy Grip Cups was the sponsor at Texas (Apr), Talladega, Daytona (Jul).
Doubletree by Hilton Claremont was the sponsor at Auto Club.
Reynolds Wrap was the primary sponsor at Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Iowa (Aug), Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Bristol (Aug), Road America, Darlington, Richmond (Sept), Chicago (Sept), Dover (Oct), Charlotte (Oct), Kansas (Oct), Texas (Nov), Phoenix (Nov), Homestead.

#28 J.J. Yeley Toyota Texas 28 Spirits Stage
Big Barrel Country Music Festival
Delaware Office of Highway Safety
JGL Racing Steve Plattenberger Joe Gibbs Racing
Yeley will run full time.
Texas 28 Spirits Stage was the sponsor at: Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Iowa (May), Charlotte (May), Michigan, Daytona (Jul), New Hampshire.
Big Barrel Country Music Festival was the sponsor at Dover (May).
Delaware Office of Highway Safety was the sponsor at Dover (Oct).

#33 Brandon Jones
Austin Dillon
Paul Menard
Chevy Menards
Rheem/Ruud
Richard Childress Racing Danny Stockman, Jr. ECR Engines
Jones drove at Iowa (May), Iowa (Aug), Mid-Ohio, Bristol (Aug), Kentucky (Sept)
Dillon drove with Rheem/Ruud sponsorship at Daytona (Feb), Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Charlotte (May), Dover (May), Chicago (Jun), Daytona (Jul), New Hampshire, Richmond (Sept), Dover (Oct), Charlotte (Oct), Kansas (Oct), Texas (Nov), Phoenix (Nov), Homestead.
Menard drove with Menards sponsorship at Atlanta, Michigan, Kentucky (Jul), Indianapolis, Watkins Glen, Road America, Darlington, Chicago (Sept).
RCR swapped its #3 and #33 Chevy crew chiefs after Chicago in June, moving crew chief Nick Harrison to the #3 and Danny Stockman to the #33.

#39 Ryan Sieg Chevy Uncle Bob’s Self Storage
Huntinator
FLASR
JoeUSA.com
Pull-A-Part
Sikk Shades
RSS Racing Kevin “Cowboy” Starland ?
Uncle Bob’s was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Charlotte (May), Dover (May), Chicago (Jun), Daytona (Jul), New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Iowa (Aug), Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Road America, Darlington, Homestead.
Huntinator was the sponsor at Las Vegas, Phoenix (Nov).
FLASR was the sponsor at Texas (Apr) and is scheduled to be the sponsor at Bristol (Aug).
JoeUSA.com was the sponsor at Michigan. Sikk Shades was the sponsor at Kansas (Oct).

#40 Derek White
Carl Long
Timmy Hill
John Jackson
Josh Reaume
TJ Bell
Morgan Shepherd
Dodge Braille Battery & Grafoid
Sweet n’ Surf Ice Cream Parlor
Motorsports Business Management Kevyn Rebolledo ?
White drove at Daytona (Feb), Texas (Apr), Talladega, Daytona (Jul) [DNQ], Road America, Chicago (Sept).
Long drove at Atlanta, Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Iowa (May), Dover (May), Michiga, Bristol (Aug), Darlington, Richmond (Sept), Dover (Oct), Phoenix (Nov).
Long qualified the car at Phoenix (Mar) but White drove in the race.
Hill drove at Charlotte (May), Dover (May), Charlotte (Oct), Kansas (Oct).
Jackson drove at Chicago (Jun), Kentucky (Sept).
Reaume drove at Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Iowa (Aug), Mid-Ohio, Texas (Nov), Homestead.
At Watkins Glen Reaume practiced the car, Bell qualified it and Shepherd raced it.

#42 Kyle Larson
Brennan Poole
Justin Marks
Chevy ParkerStore
ENOS
DC Solar
Dixie Chopper
Big Machine Records
Crest
Ganassi Sound Garage
AccuDoc Solutions
Crest
HScott Motorsports with Chip Ganassi Mike Shiplett Hendrick
Harry Scott partnered with Ganassi to field the team.
ParkerStore was the sponsor for Larson at Michigan and Texas (Nov).
ENOS will sponsor Larson in 8 races: Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Auto Club, Charlotte (May), Bristol (Aug), Chicago (Sept), Dover (Oct), Phoenix (Nov).
Poole drove with DC Solar Solutions sponsorship at Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Iowa (May), Dover (May), Chicago (Jun), Daytona (Jul), Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Iowa (Aug), Richmond (Sept), Kentucky (Sept) Charlotte (Oct), Kansas (Oct).
Marks drove at Mid-Ohio and Road America.
Larson drove at Indianapolis with Dixie Chopper / Big Machines Records sponsorship.
Larson drove at Watkins Glen and Homestead with Crest sponsorship.
Larson drove at Darlington with AccuDoc Solutions sponsorship.

#43 Dakota Armstrong Ford WinField
Purina Animal Nutrition
Sunrise Cooperative
Richard Petty Motorsports Frank Kerr Roush Yates
Armstrong returns for the full season.
WinField was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Iowa (May), Charlotte (May), Dover (May), Michigan, Chicago (Jun), Daytona (Jul), Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Iowa (Aug), Watkins Glen, Bristol (Aug), Road America, Darlington, Richmond (Sept), Chicago (Sept), Kentucky (Sept), Dover (Oct), Charlotte (Oct), Kansas (Oct), Texas (Nov), Phoenix (Nov), Homestead.
Purina Animal Nutrition was the sponsor at Texas (Apr).
Sunrise Cooperative was the sponsor at Mid-Ohio.

#44 David Starr Toyota Zachry Group TriStar Motorsports Greg Conner TriStar
Starr signed a three year agreement to drive full time for TriStar with Zachry sponsorship.

#51 Jeremy Clements Chevy BRT Extrusions
RepairabileVehicles.com
allsouthelectric.com
Crescent Consulting
Conquest Completion Services
Diamond Pistons
St. Clair Foods
Delaware Office of Highway Safety
Jeremy Clements Racing Tony Clements Clements Racing Engines
BRT Extrusions and RepairableVehicles.com were the sponsors at Daytona (Feb).
Crescent Consulting was the sponsor at Texas (Apr).
Conquest Completion Services was the sponsor at Talladega.
Diamond Pistons was the sponsor at Michigan.
St. Clair Foods was the sponsor at Bristol (Aug).
Delaware Office of Highway Safety was the sponsor at Dover (Oct).
allsouthelectric.com and Repairablevehicles.com were the sponsors at all other races.

#52 Joey Gase Chevy DB Sales Company
Donate Life
BBB
Argi Supply
LifeLink
DB Sale
Gift of Life Michigan
Faith of our Fathers
supportmilitary.org
foreverhip.com
Donate Life Tennessee
Ole Country
Jimmy Means Racing Tim Brown Means Motorsports
Agri Supply was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Charlotte (May), Darlington.
LifeLink & DB Sales were the sponsors at Atlanta.
Donate Life Nevada was the sponsor at Las Vegas.
Donate Life / DB Sales were the sponsors at Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega.
DB Sales was the sponsor at Texas (Apr), Chicago (Jun), New Hampshire, Iowa (Aug), Mid-Ohio, Kentucky (Sept).
Iowa Donor Network was the sponsor at Iowa (May).
Donate Life was the sponsor at Dover (May), Indianapolis, Road America, Chicago (Sept), Dover (Oct).
Gift of Life Michigan was on the car at Michigan.
Faith of our Fathers and supportmiliary.org was on the car at Daytona (Jul).
Donate Life Tennessee was the sponsor at Bristol (Aug).
Donate Life Virginia was the sponsor at Richmond (Sept).
Old Country was the sponsor at Homestead.

#54 Kyle Busch
Erik Jones
Boris Said
Denny Hamlin
Toyota Monster Energy Joe Gibbs Racing Chris Gayle Joe Gibbs Racing
Busch was scheduled to run 26 races, but was injured in an accident at Daytona (Feb).
Busch drove at Michigan, Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Bristol (Aug), Darlington, Richmond (Sept), Chicago (Sept), Dover (Oct), Charlotte (Oct), Kansas (Oct), Texas (Nov), Phoenix (Nov), Homestead.
Jones drove at Atlanta, Phoenix (Mar), Richmond (Apr), Dover (May), Chicago (Jun), Daytona (July), Iowa (Aug), Kentucky (Sept).
Hamlin drove at Las Vegas, Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr) and Charlotte (May).
Said drove at Talladega, Iowa (May) Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Road America.

#60 Chris Buescher Ford Cheez-Its
Bit-O-Honey
Fastenal
Safety-Kleen
Roush Performance
Bit-O-Honey
Zest
Pearson’s Candy Salted Nut Roll
Advocare
Fifth Third Bank
Lilly/American Diabetes Association
Roush Fenway Racing Scott Graves Roush-Yates
Buescher returns for the full season.
Team is looking for sponsorship.
Cheez-It was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Kentucky (Jul).
Fastenal was the sponsor at Atlanta, Auto Club, Road America, Homestead.
Roush Performance was on the car at Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Iowa (May), Charlotte (May), Dover (May), Michigan, Bristol (Aug).
Bit-O-Honey will be the sponsor at Talladega, Daytona (Jul).
Safety-Kleen was the sponsor at Texas (Apr).
Bit-O-Honey was the sponsor at Talladega.
Ford Ecoboost was on the car at Chicago (Jun), Watkins Glen.
Zest was the sponsor at New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Mid-Ohio, Charlotte (Oct).
Pearson’s Candy Salted Nut Roll was the sponsor at Iowa (Aug).
Advocare was the sponsor at Darlington, Richmond (Sept), Kentucky (Sept), Kansas (Oct), Texas (Nov), Phoenix (Nov).
Fifth Third Bank was the sponsor at Chicago (Sept).
Lilly / American Diabetes Association was the sponsor at Dover (Oct).

#62 Brendan Gaughan Chevy South Point Resort
WIX Filters
Richard Childress Racing Shane Wilson ECR Engines
South Point was the sponsor at all races except Texas (Apr), when WIX was the sponsor.

#70 Derrike Cope
Matt Frahm
Matt Waltz
Garrett Smithley
Chevy Charlie’s Soap
Wade Tractor / Adrenalin Power Sports
SWAE Watches
Nature Nate’s Honey
Zilla Wraps
Adventureland Hotel
Moo’s BBQ
Circle Track Warehouse
Jackson Coffee Company
Bulletproof Energy Drinks
Evergreen Fabrication
Sammi’s Best Coffee Creamer
MAPCO
To The Point Apparel
Delta-Therm
SegPay
Alegria Shoe Shop
E-Hydrate
Ashurt American Honey
Arcedale Vending
Maxelence
Derrike Cope Daniel Kolanda ?
Charlie’s Soap was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb)[DNQ].
Wade Tractor / Adrenalin Power Sports was the sponsor at Atlanta, Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club.
SWAE Watches was the sponsor at Las Vegas, Talladega [DNQ].
Nature Nate’s Honey and Zilla Wraps were the sponsors at Texas (Apr), Richmond (Apr).
Nature Nate’s Honey was the sponsor at Bristol (Apr).
Adventureland Motel/Moo’s BBQ was the sponosor at Iowa (May). Circle Track Warehouse was the sponsor at Dover (May).
Jackson Coffee Company was the sponsor at Michigan.
Bulletproof Energy Drink was the sponsor at Chicago (Jun), Kentucky (Jul).
Evergreen Fabrication & Industrial Services was the sponsor at Daytona (Jul).
Frahm drove at Iowa (Aug).
Sammi’s Best Coffee Creamer was the sponsor at Watkins Glen.
MAPCO was the sponsor at Mid-Ohio, Road America.
To the Point Apparel was the sponsor at Bristol (Aug), Darlington, Kansas (Oct), Texas (Nov).
Waltz drove at Richmond (Sept) with Acredale sponsorship and Phoenix (Nov) with E-Hydrate/Ashurt American Honey sponsorship [DNQ].
Smithley drove at Homestead with SegPay sponsorship.
Acredale Vending was the sponsor at Dover (Oct).
Alegria Shoe Shop was the sponsor at Charlotte (Oct).

#74 Mike Harmon
Bobby Reuse
Jordan Anderson
Tim Viens
Dodge JR Peters Roadside Auto
Absolute Machines
LB Trailers
Fat Bob’s Garage
Battery Saver
WCIParts.com
Skin and Bones
RaceDaySponsor.com
Mike Harmon Racing Gary Ritter ?
JR Peters Roadside Auto was the sponsor at Atlanta, Las Vegas, Chicago (Jun).
Absolute Machines was the sponsor at Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Iowa (May).
LB Trailers was the sponsor at Talladega [DNQ].
DNQ at Charlotte (May).
Fat Bob’s Garage was the sponsor at Daytona (Jul).
Battery Saver was the sponsor at Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Indianapolis.
Reuse drove at Watkins Glen, Road America with WCIParts.com sponsorship.
WCIParts.com was the sponsor at Mid-Ohio.
Anderson drove at Bristol (Aug).
Skin and Bones was the sponsor at Kansas (Oct).
Viens drove at Homestead with RaceDaySponsor.com sponsorship.

#88 Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
Kevin Harvick
Kasey Kahne
Ben Rhodes
Josh Berry
Chevy TaxSlayer
Hunt Brothers Pizza
Armour
Morton Buildings
Goody’s
Alpha Energy Solutions
Bad Boy Buggies
Ragu
Speedco
JR Motorsports Dave Elenz Hendrick
The #5 team will switch to the #88 for 2015 and will run full time with a variety of drivers.
Pinnacle Foods (Armour Brands) will sponsor Kahne and Harvick in a total of 4 races – Vienna Sausages sponsored Kahne at Talladega.
Hunt Brothers Pizza sponsored Harvick at Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Charlotte (May), Bristol (Aug), Texas (Nov).
Earnhardt, Jr drove at Texas (Apr) with Goody’s sponsorship, Daytona (Feb) and Las Vegas with TaxSlayer sponsorship, Kentucky (Jul) with Hellman’s sponsorship.
Rhodes drove with Alpha Energy Solutions sponsorship at Iowa (May), Chicago (Jun), New Hampshire, Iowa (Aug), Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Road America, Kentucky (Sept), Dover (Oct) and Homestead.
Bad Boy Buggies sponsored Harvick at Atlanta.
TaxSlayer.com sponsored Harvick at Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club.
Kahne drove at Dover (May) and Daytona (Jul) with Ragu sponsorship and at Chicago (Sept), Charlotte (Oct), Phoenix (Nov) with Great Clips sponsorship.
Harvick drove with Morton sponsorship at Michigan, Indianapolis.
Harvick drove with Armour Sandwich Creations sponsorship at Darlington.
Harvick drove with Armour Chili sponsorship at Kansas (Oct).
Berry drove at Richmond (Sept) with Speedco sponsorship.

#90 Mario Gosselin
Martin Roy
Jimmy Weller
Todd Bodine
Tyler Young
BJ McLeod
Andy Lally
Korbin Forreister
Chevy ESPDirect.ca
CrashClaimsR.US
Geneva Liberty Steel
VR Victoriaville
Gamache Truck Center
P&L Transportation
BYB Extreme
BuckedUp
Halcyon Mobile
King Autosports Danny Gill ?
Team plans to run full-time
Weller drove at Atlanta, Richmond (Apr), Charlotte (May), Iowa (Aug), Richmond (Sept), Charlotte (Oct).
Gosselin drove at Daytona (Feb), Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Talladega, Dover (May), Bristol (Aug), Dover (Oct), Phoenix (Nov), Homestead.
Roy drove at Michigan, Chicago (Jun), Daytona (Jul), Indianapolis, Chicago (Sept), Kentucky (Sept), Texas (Nov).
Bodine drove at Bristol (Apr), Iowa (May), Watkins Glen, Darlington.
Young drove at Kentucky (Jul).
McLeod drove at New Hampshire.
Lally drove at Mid-Ohio, Road America.
Forrister drove at Kansas (Oct) with Halcyon Mobile sponsorship.

#97 Josh Reaume
Peyton Sellers
Johanna Long
Dylan Kwasniewski
Parker Kilgerman
Mason Mingus
Ryan Ellis
Chevy Vroom Brands Obaika Racing John Monsam TriStar
Reaume drove at Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, and Las Vegas [DNQ].
Sellers drove at Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Iowa (May), Charlotte (May), Dover (May), Michigan, Chicago (Jun), Daytona (Jul), Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Watkins Glen.
Vroom Brands was the sponsor at Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Iowa (May), Dover (May), Michigan, Chicago (Jun), Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Indianapolis.
Johanna Long drove at Iowa (Aug).
Kwasniewski drove at Mid-Ohio, Bristol (Aug), Road America, Richmond (Sept), Kentucky (Sept), Phoenix (Nov).
Kligerman drove at Darlington.
Mingus drove at Chicago (Sept), Kansas (Oct), Texas (Nov), Homestead.
Ellis drove at Dover (Oct), Charlotte (Oct).

PART TIME TEAMS IN 2015

CAR #
DRIVER
MANU
SPONSOR
TEAM/OWNER
CREW CHIEF
ENGINES
#03 Johanna Long Chevy ? Affarano Motorsports Dave McClure ?
Team announced a partial XFINITY and CWTS schedule starting at Daytona, but did not enter.
They attempted Richmond (Apr) but Did Not Qualify.
Long was released in early May.

#5 Kasey Kahne Chevy Armour JR Motorsports Ryan Pemberton Hendrick
Kahne drove at Charlotte (May) with Armour Vienna Sausages sponsorship.

#10 Jeff Green
Scott Lagasse, Jr.
Toyota ? TriStar Motorsports Chase Miller TriStar
Green was scheduled to drive at Daytona (Feb) but was replaced by Lagasse after Lagasse failed to qualify the #19.
Green drove at Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega.

#10 Jennifer Jo Cobb Chevy Mark One Electric JJC Racing Steve Kuykendall ?
Team ran at Kansas (Oct).

#12 Joey Logano? Ford SnapoOn Team Penske Todd Gordon Roush-Yates
Team ran at Watkins Glen.

#17 Stanton Barrett
Ryan Ellis
Timmy Hill
Ford barcodemedia.net
BYB
Rick Ware Racing Jason Little ?
Team ran at Road America with Barrett, Darlington and Kansas (Oct) with Ellis, Dover (Oct) with Hill.

#17 Tanner Berryhill
Benny Gordon
Toyota A1 All Professional Movers
Somerset Regional Water Resources
Vision Racing Adrian Berryhill ?
A1 All Professional Movers was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb) [DNQ].
Team hoped to run a full season, but after a crash in Daytona (Feb) qualifying, team shut down.
Benny Gordon drove the #17 at Talladega. He appears to have bought the assets of the #17 team. No future plans announced.

#25 John Wes Townley
Dylan Lupton
Alex Bowman
Chevy Zaxby’s Athenian Motorsports
Tony Townley
Mike Ford Hendrick Motorsports
Team switched to Chevy and planned to run full time.
Townley drove at Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Las Vegas, Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Talladega, Iowa (May), Charlotte (May), Dover (May), Daytona (Jul), Kentucky (Jul), Watkins Glen, Bristol (Aug), Darlington, Richmond (Sept), Chicago (Sept), rest TBA.
Dylan Lupton drove at Phoenix (Mar), Richmond (Apr), Chicago (Jun), New Hampshire, Iowa (Aug), Mid-Ohio, Road America, Kentucky (Sept).
Bowman drove at Michigan, Indianapolis.
Team announced after Kentucky (Sept) that they would withdraw from Dover and concentrate on Truck Series efforts.
After the announcement, they ran Charlotte (Oct) only.

#26 Mike Wallace
Kenny Wallace
Ryan Ellis
CJ Faison
Kyle Fowler
TJ Bell
Timmy Hill
Matt Wallace
Tomy Drissi
Hermie Sadler
Toyota Straight Outta Compton Movie
Virginia Lottery
JGL Racing Kenny Evans Joe Gibbs Racing
Mike Wallace drove at Daytona (Feb).
Kenny Wallace drove at Talladega.
After McClure left the team following the Talladega race, this team became full time.
Ellis drove at Iowa (May).
CJ Faison drove at Dover (May), Michigan.
Fowler drove at Charlotte (May).
Bell drove at Chicago (Jun), Darlington, Chicago (Sept), Kentucky (Sept), Dover (Oct), Charlotte (Oct), Kansas (Oct), Texas (Nov), Phoenix (Nov), Homestead.
Hill drove at Daytona (Jul), Kentucky (Jul), Indianapolis.
Matt Wallace drove at New Hampshire and Iowa (Aug).
Drissi drove at Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Road America with Straight Outta Compton sponsorship.
Sadler drove at Bristol (Aug), Richmond (Sept) with Virginia Lottery sponsorship.

#29 Justin Marks
Kenny Wallace
Toyota American Born Moonshine
U.S. Cellular
RAB Racing Matthew Lucas ?
Marks drove at Daytona (Feb) with American Born Moonshine sponsorship.
Wallace drove at Iowa (May) with U.S. Cellular sponsorship.

#35/#37 Chris Cockrum Chevy Advanced Communications Group Deese Racing Enterprises Jeff Spraker ?
Team attempted Talladega [DNQ] in the #35 and Daytona (Jul) [DNQ] in the #37.

#55 Jeffrey Earnhardt
Brandon Gdovic
Anthony Krumpen
Jamie Dick
Chevy Viva Auto Group
Fronius
WindStax Wind Power Systems
FW1
Nexteer Automotive
VIVA Motorsports
Precision Performance Motorsports
Mark Setzer Collins Engine Works
Jeffrey Earnhardt moves from JD Motorsports to Viva Motorsports for 2015.
Fronius will serve as primary sponsor for an unknown number of race: Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, rest TBA.
Earnhardt drove at Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Auto Club, Bristol (Apr), Talladega, Michigan.
Dick drove at Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Iowa (May), Charlotte (May), Dover (May).
Gdovic drove at Texas (Apr), Richmond (Apr) with WindStax Wind Power Systems sponsorship.
Team announced they were shutting down following the Michigan race. The assets of the team were purchased by Rick Gdovic and the team will race a limited number of times the rest of the season.
The new team debuted at Watkins Glen with Brandon Gdovic driving.
Krumpen drove at Phoenix (Nov)and Homestead with Nexteer Automotive sponsorship.

#56 Charles Lewandoski
Timmy Hill
Chevy Ole Energy Drink
KBS Enterprise
Team Kapusta Bryan Berry ?
Team debuted at Phoenix (Mar) with Lewandoski and also ran with Hill at Phoenix (Nov).

#66 Benny Gordon Toyota Somerset Regional Water Resources Performance Energy Group / VSI Racing Howard Bixman ?
Team ran at Daytona (Jul), Bristol (Aug), Richmond (Sept), Chicago (Sept).

#79 Matt Frahm
Zachary Bruenger
John Jackson
Chevy DB Sales Company Jimmy Means Racing Shannon Shehan Means Motorsports
Frahm drove at Chicago (Jun), Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire.
Bruenger drove at Iowa (Aug).
Jackson drove at Mid-Ohio.

#80 Ross Kenseth Toyota Toyota Genuine Parts
TACTI
Hattori Racing Pat Tryson ?
Team ran at Phoenix (Nov).

#84 Chad Boat Chevy CorvetteParts.net Billy Boat Motorsports Tony Manzer ?
Team ran at Daytona (Feb), Talladega, Charlotte (May).

#85 Bobby Gerhart Chevy Lucas Oil Bobby Gerhardt Racing Mark Skibo ?
Gerhart drove at Daytona (Feb) [DNQ], Talladega [DNQ], Daytona (Jul).

#87 Joe Nemechek Chevy DAB Constructors NEMCO Steve Gray Race Engines Plus
Team attempted Daytona (Feb) [DNQ].

#89 Morgan Shepherd Chevy Courtney Construction
King’s Tire
Shepherd Racing Ventures Adam Johnson ECR Engines
Was entered at Daytona (Feb) but withdrew.
Shepherd drove at Atlanta, Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar) [DNQ], Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr) [DNQ], Dover (May), Daytona (Jul), Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Iowa (Aug), Watkins Glen [DNQ], Mid-Ohio, Bristol (Aug), Road America, Darlington, Richmond (Sept) [DNQ], Chicago (Sept) [DNQ], Kentucky (Sept), Dover (Oct), Charlotte (Oct), Kansas (Oct), Texas (Nov), Phoenix (Nov) [DNQ], Homestead [DNQ].

#92 Dexter Bean
Mario Gosselin
BJ McLeod
Chevy ? King Autosports ? ?
Bean drove at Daytona (Feb), DNQ at Las Vegas, Chicago (Sept), Dover (Oct).
Gosselin drove at Kentucky (Sept) [DNQ], Kansas (Oct), Texas (Nov).
McLeod drove at Phoenix (Nov), Homestead.

#98 Aric Almirola
Sam Hornish, Jr.
Ryan Truex
Ford Fresh from Florida
Carroll Shelby Engine Company
Smithfield
Biagi-Denbeste Racing Jon Hanson Roush-Yates
Team plans to run about 16 races.
Almirola drove at Daytona (Feb), Las Vegas, Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Charlotte (May), Michigan, Daytona (Jul), Indianapolis and Homestead.
Hornish drove at Atlanta, Auto Club, and Texas (Apr).
Truex drove at Richmond (Sept), Kentucky (Sept), Charlotte (Oct), and Texas (Nov).

TEAMS THAT CLOSED DOWN

#31 Dylan Kwasniewski Chevy Rockstar Energy Drink
Florida Lottery
SOL Republic
AccuDoc Solutions
Turner Scott Motorsports Shannon Rursch Hendrick
Team closed. Kwasniewski was going to drive a partial schedule in the #42 for Harry Scott & Chip Ganassi, but the deal fell through.

#40 Josh Wise
Matt Dibenedetto
Chevy ? The Motorsports Group Gary Showalter Rob Fisher
Team moved to Cup for 2015.

#46 Matt Dibenedetto
Ryan Ellis
Chevy Curtis Key Plumbing The Motorsports Group Kyle Simington Rob Fisher
Team moved to Cup for 2015.

#99 James Buescher Toyota ? RAB Racing Chris Rice ?
Rheem moved their sponsorship to Richard Childress Racing and the team shut down. Buescher ran a partial Truck schedule.