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2016 NASCAR XFINITY Series Team Chart

UPDATED: 11-19-2016


2017 NASCAR XFINITY Series Team Chart


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2016 Rookie of the Year Candidates

Ray Black, Jr.
Brandon Jones
Erik Jones
B.J. McLeod
Brennan Poole
Ryan Preece
Garrett Smithley
Cody Ware


FULL TIME TEAMS IN 2016

CAR #
DRIVER
MANU
SPONSOR
TEAM/OWNER
CREW CHIEF
ENGINES
#0 Eric McClure
Garrett Smithley
Chevy Reynolds Wrap
Enlyten
Instalco
Heros Haven
Hero Box
CorvetteParts.net
KY Fame
Flex Seal
Flex Shot
Mudea/Mark Spauling Construction
ETC Custom Truck Accessories
Rudy’s Country Store & BBQ
JD Motorsports with Gary Keller Matt Lewis Clements Engines
McClure drove at Daytona (Feb) with Reynolds Wrap sponsorship.
Smithley drove at Atlanta, Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Dover (May), Charlotte (May), Pocono, Michigan, Kentucky (Jul), Indianapolis, Iowa (Jul), Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Road America, Darlington, Richmond (Sep), Chicago, Kentucky (Sep), Charlotte (Oct), Kansas, Phoenix (Nov), Homestead.
Enlyten was the sponsor at Texas (Apr).
Instalco was the sponsor at Talladega, Charlotte (May), Daytona (Jul).
Heros Haven was on the car at Dover (May), Dover (Oct).
Hero Box was the sponsor at Charlotte (May).
CorvetteParts.net was the sponsor at Iowa (Jun).
KY Fame was the sponsor at Kentucky (Jul).
Flex Seal was the sponsor at New Hampshire.
Flex Shot was the sponsor at Iowa (Jul), Bristol (Aug), Richmond (Sep).
Mudea/Mark Spauling Construction was the sponsor at Kentucky (Sep).
ETC Custom Truck Accessories was the sponsor at Kansas, Texas (Nov).
Rudy’s Country Store & BBQ was the sponsor at Phoenix (Nov).

#01 Ryan Preece Chevy G&K; Services
Kubota
Uptick Vineyards
Meding’s Seafood
Mizzy Construction
Rockstar Energy Drink
Turnkey Construction
Mizzy Construction

Flex Seal
Flex Shot
JD Motorsports with Gary Keller Zack McGowan Clements Engines
Kubota was the sponsor at Atlanta.
G&K; Services was the sponsor at Las Vegas, Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Daytona (Jul), Darlington, Kentucky (Sep), Phoenix (Nov).
Uptick Vineyards was the sponsor at Auto Club.
Meding’s Seafood was the sponsor at Dover (May), Dover (Oct).
Flex Seal was the sponsor at Charlotte (May), Iowa (Jul), Bristol (Aug), Richmond (Sep).
Flex Shot was the sponsor at Iowa (Jun).
Mizzy Construction was the sponsor at New Hampshire.
Rockstar Energy Drink was the sponsor at Charlotte (Oct).
Turnkey Construction was the sponsor at Texas (Nov).
Mizzy Construction was the sponsor at Homestead.

#07 Ray Black Jr. Chevy ScubaLife SS Green Light Racing Jason Miller ?
Team will run the full season with ScubaLife sponsorship.

#1 (was #9) Elliott Sadler Chevy OneMain Financial JR Motorsports Kevin Meendering Hendrick
Sadler moved to JR Motorsports with OneMain Financial. Sadler’s car number remained #1. This is the former #9 JR Motorsports team that Chase Elliott drove for in 2015.

#2 Paul Menard
Austin Dillon
AJ Allmendinger
Ben Kennedy
Michael McDowell
Sam Hornish, Jr
Regan Smith
Chevy Menards
Rheem/Ruud
Richard Childress Racing Justin Alexander ECR Engines
Menard drove with Menards sponsorship at Atlanta, Dover (May), Pocono, Michigan, Indianapolis, Watkins Glen, Darlington, Chicago.
Austin Dillon drove with Rheem/Ruud sponsorship at Daytona (Feb), Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Charlotte (May), Daytona (Jul), Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Bristol (Aug), Richmond (Sep), Dover (Oct), Charlotte (Oct), Kansas, Texas (Nov), Phoenix (Nov), Homestead.
Regan Smith subbed for Dillon at Dover (Oct) when the race was postponed until Sunday.
Kennedy drove at Iowa (Jun) with Ruud sponsorship.
Hornish drove at Iowa (Jul), Mid-Ohio, Kentucky (Sep) with Ruud sponsorship.
Allmendinger was scheduled to drive at Mid-Ohio with Rheem sponsorship but Hornish drove.
McDowell drove at Road America with Rheem sponsorship.
Danny Stockman served as crew chief through Indianapolis. He then moved to Cup to crew chief for Menard. Alexander, Menard’s Cup crew chief through Indy, then took over the NXS program.

#3 Ty Dillon Chevy Rheeem/Ruud
Bosch

Bass Pro Shops
WESC
Bulwark
Red Kap
American Ethanol
Richard Childress Racing Danny Efland ECR Engines
Rheem was the sponsor at Atlanta, Dover (May), Pocono, Michigan, Indianapolis, Watkins Glen, Darlington (Ruud), Chicago.
Bass Pro Shops was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Phoenix (Mar), Talladega, Charlotte (May), Daytona (Jul), Iowa (Jul), Bristol (Aug), Richmond (Sep), Kansas, Texas (Nov), Homestead.
WESCO was the sponsor at Las Vegas, Richmond (Apr), New Hampshire, Mid-Ohio, Kentucky (Sep), Charlotte (Oct).
Bulwark was the sponsor at Auto Club, Texas (Apr).
Red Kap / Kohls.com was the sponsor at Bristol (Apr).
American Ethanol / Kum & Go were the sponsors at Iowa (Jun).
Red Kap / Alsco was the sponsor at Kentucky (Jul).
Bosch was the sponsor at Road America.
Red Kap / Sullivan Uniform was the sponsor at Dover (Oct).
Red Kap / Prudential Overall Supply was the sponsor at Phoenix (Nov).

#4 Ross Chastain Chevy Flex Seal
Dream Water
Florida Watermelon Association
Delaware DOT
Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over
NY DOT
South Carolina Lottery
Gerber Collision
CarShield.com
JD Motorsports with Gary Keller Bryan Berry Clements Engines
Chastain returned in 2016 for the full season.
Dream Water was the sponsor at Charlotte (May), Pocono, New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Charlotte (Oct).
Flex Seal was the sponsor at Texas (Apr), Talladega, Iowa (Jun), Iowa (Jul), Bristol (Aug), Richmond (Sep), Texas (Nov).
Florida Watermelon Association was the sponsor at Richmond (Apr), Homestead.
Delaware DOT was the sponsor at Dover (May), .
Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over was the sponsor at Kentucky (Jul).
NY DOT was the sponsor at Watkins Glen.
South Carolina Lottery was the sponsor at Darlington.
Gerber Collision was the sponsor at Chicago.
CarShield.com was the sponsor at Kansas, Phoenix (Nov).

#6 Darrell Wallace, Jr. Ford Selfeo
Kleen Performance
LoudMouth
AutoLotto
Leidos
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Ford EcoBoost
Cheez-It
Fastenal
Roush Performance
Bleacher Report
Roush Fenway Racing Seth Barbour Roush-Yates
Selfeo was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb).
Ford EcoBoost was on the car at Atlanta, Las Vegas, Auto Club, Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Iowa (Jun), Kentucky (Jul), Indianapolis, Darlington.
Cheez-It was the sponsor at Phoenix (Mar), Watkins Glen.
Fastenal was the sponsor at Texas (Apr), Iowa (Jul).
Kleen Performance was the sponsor at Talladega.
LoudMouth Exhaust was the sponsor at Dover (May), Charlotte (May), Pocono, Michigan, Daytona (Jul), Bristol (Aug), Road America.
AutoLotto was the sponsor at New Hampshire.
Roush Performance was the sponsor at Mid-Ohio.
Leidos was the sponsor at Dover (Oct), Charlotte (Oct), Kansas, Texas (Nov), Phoenix (Nov), Homestead.
Bleacher Report was the sponsor at Richmond (Sep), Kentucky (Sep).
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was the sponsor at Chicago.

#7 Justin Allgaier Chevy BRANDT
Trademark Nitrogen

TaxSlayer
Hellman’s
Breyers
Suave Men
Let’s Talk Food
Dirty Mo Radio
JR Motorsports Jason Burdet? Hendrick
Justin Allgaier moves to the team to run full-time.
BRANT was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Richmond (Apr), Michigan, Iowa (Jun), New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Iowa (Jul), Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Bristol (Aug), Road America, Darlington (Brandt’s Fertilizer), Richmond (Sep), Charlotte (Oct), Kansas, Homestead.
TaxSlayer was the sponsor at Atlanta, Auto Club, Dover (May), Kentucky (Jul), Kentucky (Sep), Dover (Oct).
TaxSlayer.com/VisitMyrtleBeach.com was the sponsor at Kentucky (Jul).
Hellman’s was the sponsor at Bristol (Apr).
Breyers was the sponsor at Texas (Apr), Talladega.
Suave Men was the sponsor at Charlotte (May), Pocono, Phoenix (Nov).
Trademark Nitrogen was the sponsor at Daytona (Jul).
Let’s Talk Food was on the car at Chicago.
Dirty Mo Radio was the sponsor at Texas (Nov).

#11 Blake Koch Chevy LeafFilter
Celsius Energy Drink
Kaulig Racing Chris Rice ECR Engines
Late in 2015 Koch and TriStar announced a full season effort in 2016 with LeafFilter sponsorship.
Kaulig Racing announced a full time team with Koch in late January.
Celsius Energy Drink was the sponsor at Daytona (Jul).

#13 Derek White
Mark Thompson
Josh Reaume
Carl Long
DJ Kennington
Harrison Rhodes
Stanton Barrett
Tim Cowen
Alon Day
Brandon Hightower

Matt DiBenedetto
Timmy Hill
John Jackson
TJ Bell
Toyota/Dodge Braille Battery / Grafoid
Northern Provincial Pipelines
FLWaterfront.com
OCR Gaz Bar
A1 Ticket Sales
Taiga Coolers
TLC Vacation Club
Master Properties
Cowen Logistics
Tredwear.com
Operation Second Chance
Timmons Truck Center
Premier Recyling
Motorsports Business Management Carl Long ?
Mark Thompson attempted Daytona (Feb) but DNQ and drove at Daytona (Jul). He qualified the car at Kentucky (Sep) but was replaced by Timmy Hill for the race.
Reaume drove at Atlanta.
White drove at Las Vegas.
Kennington drove with NPP sponsorship at Phoenix (Mar).
Long drove at Auto Club [DNQ], Charlotte (May), Darlington.
DiBenedetto drove at Texas (Apr).
Hill drove at Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Dover (May), New Hampshire, Chicago.
Jackson drove at Talladega with FLWaterfront.com sponsorship, Iowa (Jul) with TLC Resorts sponsorship.
Bell drove at Pocono with OCR Gaz Bar sponsorship.
Rhodes drove at Michigan, Iowa (Jun), Kentucky (Jul) [A1 Ticket Sales], Indianapolis [Master Properties], Bristol (Aug) [Tredwear.com].
Barrett drove at Watkins Glen.
Cowen drove at Mid-Ohio with Cowen Logistics sponsorship.
Day drove at Road America with FLWaterfront.com sponsorship.
Hightower drove at Richmond (Sep) & Dover (Oct) with Operation Second Chance sponsorship, Charlotte (Oct) & Texas (Nov) with Timmons Truck Center sponsorship, Kansas with Premier Recycling sponsorship, Phoenix (Nov) with Operation Second Chance and Timmons Truck Center sponsorship, and Homestead with Premier Recycling/Timmons Truck Center sponsorship.

#14 Benny Gordon
J.J. Yeley
Hermie Sadler
Mike Bliss
Matt DiBenedetto
Cold Whitt
Toyota VSI
Virginia Lottery
Arthritis Foundation
Superior Essex
Rinnai
Florida Lottery
TriStar Motorsports Eddie Pardue TriStar
Gordon drove at Daytona (Feb), Talladega, Daytona (Jul).
Yeley drove at Atlanta, Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr) then moved to the #44 when Starr was released.
Green drove at Richmond (Apr), Dover (May), Charlotte (May), Pocono, Michigan, Iowa (Jun), Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Iowa (Jul), Darlington, Chicago, Kentucky (Sep), Dover (Oct), Charlotte (Oct).
Sadler drove at Bristol (Aug) and Richmond (Sep) with Virginia Lottery sponsorship.
Drissi drove at the Watkins Glen, Road America with Arthritis Foundation sponsorship.
Bliss drove at Mid-Ohio.
DiBenedetto drove at Kansas & Texas (Nov) with Superior Essex sponsorship.
Whitt drove at Phoenix (Nov) with Rinnai sponsorship and Homestead with Florida Lottery sponsorship.

#15 Stanton Barrett
Travis Kvapil
Scott Heckert
Michael Lira
Scott Heckert
Clint King
Blake Jones
Josh Wise
Josh Reaume
DJ Kennington

Cody Ware
Ryan Ellis
Todd Peck
Jeff Green
Timmy Hill
Chevy Mozido
X-treme PH Sports Water
ScienceLogic
Safecraft
High Country Grizzlies
J&L; Wire
Wilride Transport

BeHere2Hero.com
corvetteparts.net
Global Building Construction
Rick Ware Racing ? ?
Barrett attempted Daytona (Feb) with Mozido sponsorship but DNQ and drove at Las Vegas, Mid-Ohio.
Ware drove at Atlanta, Charlotte (May).
Ellis drove at Phoenix (Mar) and at Daytona (Jul) with ScienceLogic sponsorship.
Peck drove at Auto Club with X-treme PH Sports Water sponsorship and at Texas (Apr), Pocono, Michigan, Indianapolis, Darlington.
Green drove at Bristol (Apr).
Kvapil drove at Richmond (Apr), Dover (May), Kentucky (Jul), Homestead with corvetteparts.net sponsorship and at Talladega, Bristol (Aug) [High Country Grizzlies), Chicago.
Hill drove at Iowa (Jun).
Heckert drove at New Hampshire.
Lira drove at Iowa (Jul) with Safecraft sponsorship.
Scott Heckert drove at Watkins Glen, Road America.
King drove at Richmond (Sep) with J&L; Wire sponsorship and Charlotte (Oct) & Texas (Nov) with Warehouse Design/J&L; Wire sponsorship.
Jones drove at Kentucky (Sep).
Wise drove at Dover (Oct).
Reaume drove at Kansas.
Kennington drove at Phoenix (Nov) with Wilride Transport sponsorhip.

#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 in 2014.

#18 (was #54) Kyle Busch
Denny Hamlin
Bobby Labonte
Matt Tifft
Sam Hornish, Jr.
David Ragan
Dakoda Armstrong
Owen Kelly
Drew Herring
Toyota NOS Energy Drink
Oberto Beef Jerky
Toyota
Surface Sunscreen/Rugged Maniac
Tunity
Joe Gibbs Racing Chris Gayle TRD / Joe Gibbs Racing
Team changed from #54 to #18 (#18 team becomes #19).
Season was split among up as follows: Daytona (Feb): Labonte (NOS), Atlanta: Busch (NOS), Las Vegas: Busch (NOS), Phoenix (Mar): Busch (NOS), Auto Club: Busch (NOS), Texas (Apr): Busch (NOS), Bristol (Apr): Busch (NOS), Richmond (Apr): Tifft (NOS), Talladega: Tifft (NOS), Dover (May): Tifft (Oberto Beef Jerky), Charlotte (May): Hamlin (Hisense), Pocono: Busch (NOS), Michigan: Busch (NOS), Iowa (Jun): Hornish (Toyota), Daytona (Jul): Ragan (Surface Sunscreen/Rugged Maniac), Kentucky (Jul): Busch (NOS), New Hampshire: Busch (NOS), Indianapolis: Busch (NOS), Iowa (Jul): Armstrong (WinField), Watkins Glen: Busch (NOS), Mid-Ohio: Owen Kelly (Tunity), Bristol (Aug): Busch (Tunity), Road America: Owen Kelly (Tunity), Darlington: Hamlin (Sport Clips), Richmond (Sep): Busch (NOS), Chicago: Busch (NOS), Kentucky (Sep): Tifft (Tunity), Dover (Oct): Busch (NOS), [Drew Herring drove after the race was postponed to Sunday], Charlotte (Oct): Tifft (Amer. Brain Tumor Assn / Tunity), Kansas: Busch (NOS), Texas (Nov): Tifft (NOS), Phoenix (Nov): Busch (NOS), Homestead: Tifft (NOS).

Tifft was scheduled to drive at Iowa (Jun) but did not race due to back issues. He was scheduled to drive at Daytona (Jul) but JGR announced he was having surgery for a brain tumor. He returned to the car at Kentucky (Sep).


#19 (was #18) Daniel Suarez Toyota ARRIS
Interstate Batteries
DeWalt FlexVolt

Juniper Networks
Joe Gibbs Racing Scott Graves TRD / Joe Gibbs Racing
Team changed to #19. Graves becames the crew chief.
ARRIS was the primary sponsor for a majority of the races.
Interstate Batteries was the sponsor at Auto Club and Dover (Oct).
Juniper Networks was the sponsor at: Phoenix (Mar), Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Daytona (Jul), New Hampshire, Indianapolis and Charlotte (Oct).
DeWalt FlexVolt was the sponsor at Kentucky (Sep).

#20 Erik Jones Toyota GameStop
Reser’s
Hisense
Interstate Batteries
SportClips
Freightliner
DeWalt
Joe Gibbs Racing Chris Gabehart TRD / Joe Gibbs Racing
Erik Jones will run the full NXS schedule. The team has announced sponsors for 26 of the 33 races.
Sponsor lineup for the year: Daytona (Feb): Reser’s, Atlanta: Hisense, Las Vegas: Interstate Batteries, Phoenix (Mar): Reser’s, Auto Club: GameStop, Texas (Apr): GameStop, Bristol (Apr): GameStop, Richmond (Apr): Hisense, Talladega: GameStop, Dover (May): Reser’s, Charlotte (May): GameStop, Pocono: SportClips, Michigan: Reser’s, Iowa (Jun): Freightliner, Daytona (Jul): DeWalt Flexvolt, Kentucky (Jul): Reser’s, New Hampshire: GameStop, Indianapolis: Hisense, Iowa (Jul): DeWalt, Watkins Glen: GameStop, Mid-Ohio: DeWalt Flexvolt, Bristol (Aug): Reser’s, Road America: Reser’s, Darlington: DeWalt Flexvolt, Richmond (Sep): DeWalt Flexvolt, Chicago: Hisense, Kentucky (Sep): GameStop, Dover (Oct): GameStop, Charlotte (Oct): GameStop, Kansas: Reser’s, Texas (Nov): GameStop, Phoenix (Nov): Hisense, Homestead: GameStop.

#22 Brad Keselowski
Ryan Blaney
Joey Logano
Alex Tagliani
Ford Discount Tire
Hertz
REV Group
Fitzgerald
Fleetwood/REV Group

SKF
Penske Racing Greg Erwin Roush-Yates
Rev Group was the sponsor at Dover (May), Homestead.
Fitzgerald was the sponsor at Bristol (Apr), New Hampshire, Darlington, Dover (Oct).
Logano drove at Daytona (Feb), Talladega, Charlotte (May), Michigan, Daytona (Jul), Indianapolis, Chicago, Kansas with Discount Tire sponsorship.
Logano drove at Bristol (Apr) with Fitzgerald sponsorship and planned to drive at Dover (Oct) until the race was postponed. Blaney then drove.
Logano drove at Pocono with SKF sponsorship.
Keselowski drove at Atlanta, Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Texas (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Iowa (Jun), Kentucky (Jul), Iowa (Jul), Bristol (Aug), Charlotte (Oct), Texas (Nov), Phoenix (Nov) with Discount Tire sponsorship.
Keselowski drove at New Hampshire with Fitzgerald sponsorship.
Blaney drove at Auto Club with America’s Tire sponsorship, Mid-Ohio & Kentucky (Sep) with Discount Tire sponsorship, Darlington with Fitzgerald sponsorship, Homestead with Fleetwood / REV Group sponsorship.
Keselowski drove at Watkins Glen, Richmond (Sep) with Fleetwood / REV Group sponsorship.
Greg Erwin returned as crew chief, replacing Brian Wilson, after the Bristol (Aug) race.
Tagliani drove at Road America with Discount Tire sponsorship.

#25 Chris Cockrum
Cody Ware
Timmy Hill
Scott Lagasse Jr.
Todd Peck
Spencer Boyd
Camden Murphy
Alex Kennedy
Jennifer Jo Cobb
Austin Theriault
Josh Reaume

John Jackson
Harrison Rhodes
Ryan Ellis
Travis Kvapil
Stanton Barrett
Chevy Advanced Communications Group
Wrap Nation
CarportEmpire.com
CorvetteParts.net
Arive Alive Florida
Safecraft Safety Equipment
Keensbuildings.com
Wicks Buildings
Bechtel Excavating
MediaCast
Pelecoin.com
RMNB / Mulch Mate
Mark One Electric
Cross Insurance
Rick Ware Racing George Church ?
Cockrum drove at Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Talladega, Michigan, New Hampshire, Charlotte (Oct).
Cockrum was entered at Richmond (Sep) but blew and engine and wrecked in qualifying. He was replaced for the race by Austin Theriault in an Obaika Racing car.
Ware drove at Las Vegas, Auto Club, Watkins Glen.
Hill drove at Phoenix (Mar) with Wrap Nation sponsorship in a deal with Rick Ware Racing and Team Kapusta.
Jackson drove at Texas (Apr).
Rhodes drove at Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr) with CarportEmpire.com sponsorship.
Ellis drove at Dover (May), Pocono, Mid-Ohio, Darlington, Chicago, Dover (Oct).
Hill drove at Charlotte (May).
Kvapil drove at Iowa (Jun) with CorvetteParts.net sponsorship.
Lagasse drove at Daytona (Jul) with Arrive Alive Florida sponsorship.
Todd Peck drove at Kentucky (Jul) with Safecraft Safety Equipment sponsorship and Kentucky (Sep).
Barrett drove at Indianapolis with KeensBuildings.com sponsorship.
Boyd drove at Iowa (Jul) with Wicks Buildings sponsorship.
Murphy drove at Bristol (Aug).
Kennedy drove at Road America with MediaCast sponsorship.
Cobb drove at Kansas with Mark One Electric sponsorship.
Theriault drove at Texas (Nov) with Advanced Communications Group sponsorship and Phoenix (Nov) with Cross Insurance sponsorship.
Reaume drove at Homestead.

#28 Dakoda Armstrong
Drew Herring
Toyota Winfield JGL Racing TRD / Joe Gibbs Racing Steven Lane
Dakoda Armstrong moved to JGL, from Richard Petty Motorsports.
Winfield was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Las Vegas, Auto Club, Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Charlotte (May), Michigan, Iowa (Jun), Daytona (Jul), Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Bristol (Aug), Road America, Darlington, Chicago, Kentucky (Sep), Charlotte (Oct), Kansas, Texas (Nov), Homestead.
The team was unsponsored at Phoenix (Mar), Texas (Apr), Dover (May), Pocono, Iowa (Jul), Richmond (Sep), Dover (Oct), Phoenix (Nov).
Herring drove at Iowa (Jul) when Armstrong drove the #18 for Joe Gibbs Racing.

#33 Brandon Jones Chevy Menards
Nexteer
Roland
Thunder Coal
AAA Mid-Atlantic
E-Z-GO
Texas Rangers
Check Into Cash
Chevrolet Military Discount
Okuma
Barrett-Jackson
Cosmetic Gasket
Nexteer
Jeld-Wen / Menards
Florida Lottery
AAA
Cometic Gasket
Roland
Rain-X/Advance Auto Parts
Macklanburg-Duncan
VisitMyrtleBeach.com
South Point
Richard Childress Racing Mike Hillman, Jr. ECR Engines
Jones will run the full XFINITY season.
Nexteer was the sponsor at Auto Club, Michigan, Bristol (Aug) and Charlotte (Oct).
Barrett-Jackson/Menards was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb).
Roland was the sponsor at Atlanta.
Thunder Coal was the sponsor at Las Vegas.
E-Z-GO was the sponsor at Phoenix (Mar).
Texas Rangers were on the car at Texas (Apr).
AAA Mid-Atlanic will be the sponsor at Kentucky (Jul).
Check Into Cash was the sponsor at Bristol (Apr).
Chevrolet Military Discount was the sponsor at Richmond (Apr), Dover (May).
Okuma was the sponsor at Talladega, Phoenix (Nov).
Barrett-Jackson was the sponsor at Charlotte (May).
Cosmetic Gasket was the sponsor at Pocono.
Jeld-Wen / Menards was the sponsor at Iowa (Jun), Indianapolis, Mid-Ohio.
Florida Lottery was the sponsor at Daytona (Jul).
AAA was the sponsor at Kentucky (Jul).
Cometic Gasket was the sponsor at New Hampshire.
Macklanburg-Duncan / Menards was the sponsor at Iowa (Jul).
Roland was the sponsor at Watkins Glen, Richmond (Sep).
Macklanburg-Duncan/Menards was the sponsor at Road America.
VisitMyrtleBeach.com was the sponsor at Darlington.
Tide / Menards was the sponsor at Chicago.
Nibco / Menards was the sponsor at Kentucky (Sep).
South Point was the sponsor at Dover (Oct) & Texas (Nov).
American Standard / Menards was the sponsor at Kansas.
Rain-X/Advance Auto Parts was the sponsor at Homestead.

#39 Ryan Sieg Chevy Spark Energy
Crabby J Spice
360 Treestands
Smartcell
Tri County Landscapes
tcl
Nice Targets
Ritchie
Aries Well Service
Big Valley Towing
Huntinator/AntlerGrow.com
RSS Racing Kevin Starland ?
Spark Energy was the sponsor at Talladega.
Crabby J Spice was the sponsor at Dover (May).
360 Treestands was the sponsor at Charlotte (May), Michigan.
Smartcell was the sponsor at Iowa (Jun).
Tri County Landscapes was the sponsor at Daytona (Jul), Kentucky (Jul), Charlotte (Oct).
tcl was the sponsor at Daytona (Jul), Darlington, Richmond (Sep), Kentucky (Sep).
Nick Targets was the sponsor at Indianapolis.
Ritchie was the sponsor at Iowa (Jul).
Aries Well Service was the sponsor at Texas (Nov).
Big Valley Towing was the sponsor at Phoenix (Nov).
Huntinator/AntlerGrow.com was the sponsor at Homestead.

#40 Derek White
Carl Long
Josh Reaume
Josh Wise
T.J. Bell
John Jackson
Timmy Hill
Chris Cook
Alon Day
Dodge Florida Waterfront Law
OCR Gaz Bar
CrashClaimsR.us
Tiaga Coolers
Phoenix Air
Motorsports Business Management Robbie May ?
White attempted Daytona (Feb) but DNQ.
Long drove at Atlanta, Las Vegas, Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr) [DNQ], Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Dover (May), Pocono, Iowa (Jun).
Reaume drove at Phoenix (Mar) [DNQ].
Wise drove at Auto Club.
Bell drove at Charlotte (May) [DNQ].
Jackson drove at Michigan, Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Road America, Kentucky (Sep).
Long drove at Daytona (Jul) with Florida Waterfront Law sponsorship [DNQ], Chicago.
Hill drove at Indianapolis, Iowa (Jul), Bristol (Aug) [DNQ], Darlington, Richmond (Sep), Dover (Oct), Charlotte (Oct), Kansas, Texas (Nov), Phoenix (Nov), Homestead.
Cook drove at Watkins Glen.
Alon Day drove at Mid-Ohio with FLWaterfront.copm sponsorship.

#42 Kyle Larson
Justin Marks
Chevy ENEOS
Katerra
BELKIN
Cessna

ParkerStore
Nature Made
with Chip Ganassi Racing Mike Shiplett Hendrick
Katerra sponsored Marks at Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Dover (May), Michigan, Iowa (Jun), Daytona (Jul), Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Iowa (Jul), Mid-Ohio, Road America, Richmond (Sep), Kentucky (Sep), Dover (Oct), Phoenix (Nov).
Larson drove at Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Charlotte (May), Bristol (Aug), Darlington, Chicago, Texas (Nov), Homestead with ENEOS sponsorship
Larson drove at Bristol (Apr) with BELKIN sponsorship
Larson drove at Pocono, Watkins Glen with Cessna sponsorship
Larson drove at Indianapolis with ParkerStore sponsorship.
Larson drove at Charlotte (Oct) and Kansas with Nature Made sponsorship.

#44 David Starr
J.J. Yeley
Toyota Zachry Group TriStar Motorsports Frank Kerr TriStar
Starr signed a three year agreement in 2014 to drive full time for TriStar with Zachry sponsorship. He drove the first 7 races of the season.
Yeley drove at Richmond (Apr) when the team said Starr was sick. The following week the team announced Starr had been released.
Yeley drove at Talladega, Dover (May), Charlotte (May), Pocono, Michigan, Iowa (Jun), Daytona (Jul), Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Iowa (Jul), Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Bristol (Aug), Road America, Darlington, Richmond (Sep), Chicago, Kentucky (Sep), Dover (Oct), Charlotte (Oct), Kansas, Texas (Nov), Phoenix (Nov), Homestead.

#48 Brennan Poole Chevy DC Solar Chip Ganassi Racing Chad Norris Hendrick
Team will run full time with DC Solar sponsorship.

#51 Jeremy Clements Chevy Kevin Whitaker Chevrolet
All South Electric
BRT Extrusions
Harrison’s Workwear
Jeremy Clements Racing Tony Clements Clements Racing Engines
Team will run the full season.
Kevin Whitaker Chevrolet was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Talladega.
All South Electric & BRT Extrusions were the sponsors at Atlanta, Bristol (Apr), Daytona (Jul).
Repairable Vehicles was the sponsor at Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Dover (May), Pocono, Michigan, Iowa (Jun), Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Iowa (Jul), Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Bristol (Aug), Road America, Darlington, Chicago, Kentucky (Sep), Dover (Oct), Charlotte (Oct), Kansas, Texas (Nov).
All South Electric & Repairable Vehicles were the sponsors Charlotte (May), Phoenix (Nov), Homestead.
Harrison’s Workwear was the sponsor at Richmond (Sep).

#52 Joey Gase Chevy Racing 2 Cure
LifeLinkFoundation.org
Donate Life Arizona
Spark Energy
DB Sales
Highway Equipment Company
Lisa Colagrossi Foundation
Cobblestone Hotels

Agri Supply
Iowa Donor Network
Jimmy Means Racing Tim Brown Means Motorsports
Racing 2 Cure was the sponsor at Bristol (Apr).
LifeLinkFoundation.org was on the car at Atlanta.
Donate Life Arizona was on the car at Phoenix (Mar), Phoenix (Nov).
Donate Life California was on the car at Auto Club.
Donate Life Virginia was the sponsor at Richmond (Apr).
Spark Energy was the sponsor at Talladega.
DB Sales was the sponsor at Dover (May), Pocono.
Agri Supply was the sponsor at Charlotte (May), Darlington and Charlotte (Oct).
Iowa Donor Network was the sponsor at Iowa (Jun, Iowa (Jul)).
Highway Equipment Company was the sponsor at Daytona (Jul).
Donate Life/DB Sales was the sponsor at Kentucky (Jul).
The Lisa Colagrossi Foundation was the sponsor at New Hampshire.
Donate Life was the sponsor at Indianapolis, Richmond (Sep).
Donate Life Ohio was the sponsor at Mid-Ohio.
Donate Live Tennessee was the sponsor at Bristol (Aug).
Cobblestone Hotels/Donate Life was the sponsor at Road America.
Donate Life Kentucky was the sponsor at Kentucky (Sep).
Donate Life Delaware was the sponsor at Dover (Oct).
Iowa Donor Network was the sponsor at Kansas.
Donate Life Texas was the sponsor at Texas (Nov).
Donate Life Florida was the sponsor at Homestead.

#62 Brendan Gaughan Chevy South Point Resort
WIX Filters
Pit Stops for Hope
US Cellular
American Ethanol
Richard Childress Racing Shane Wilson ECR Engines
South Point was the sponsor for all races except the following:
WIX was the sponsor at Texas (Apr).
Pit Stops for Hope was the sponsor at Charlotte (May).
US Cellular was the sponsor at Iowa (Jul).
American Ethanol was the sponsor at Chicago, Charlotte (Oct).

#70 Derrike Cope
Timmy Hill
Dexter Stacey
Chevy ICE-AID
E-hydrate
Adrenalin Power Sports
Acredale Vending
Buddy’s Home Furnishings
Amhurst American Honey
Glen Brown Trucking
J Peters Bar & Grill
Abdito Vodka
Derrike Cope Daniel Kolanda> ?
Team DNQ at Daytona (Feb), Las Vega, Talladega, Daytona (Jul).
ICE-AID was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb).
Adrenalin Power Sports was the sponsor at Atlanta.
E-hydrate was the sponsor at Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Iowa (Jun), Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Iowa (Jul), Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Bristol (Aug), Richmond (Sep), Chicago, Kentucky (Sep), Dover (Oct), Kansas.
Acredale Vending was the sponsor at Richmond (Apr).
Buddy’s Home Furnishings was the sponsor at Talladega, Daytona (Jul).
Speedway Cafe and Acredale Vending was the sponsor at Dover (May).
Amhurst American Honey was the sponsor at Charlotte (May).
Glen Brown Trucking was the sponsor at Pocono.
Hill drove at Mid-Ohio and Road America.
Top the Point Apparel / Glen Brown Trucking was the sponsor at Darlington.
J Peters Bar & Grill was the sponsor at Charlotte (Oct).
Stacey drove at Texas (Nov) and attempted Phoenix (Nov) [DNQ] with Abdito Vodka sponsorship and Homestead[DNQ] with E-hydrate sponsorship.

#74 Mike Harmon
Nicolas Hammann
Roger Reuse
Dodge Truckers Final Mile
Multiple Sclerosis Society
Elder Heating and Air
Rubba Ducks
Alabama Controls
WCI
Jr. Peters Roadside Assistance
Mike Harmon Racing Carl Brown ?
Harmon attempted Daytona (Feb) but DNQ.
Multiple Sclerosis Society was on the car at Talladega [DNQ], Daytona (Jul) [DNQ].
Truckers Final Mile was on the car at Dover (May), Charlotte (May), Pocono, Iowa (Jun), Indianapolis, Bristol (Aug), Richmond (Sep), Charlotte (Oct), Kansas.
Elder Heating and Air was the sponsor at Kentucky (Jul).
Rubba Ducks was the sponsor at Iowa (Jul).
WCI was the sponsor at Darlington. Hammann drove at Watkins Glen, Road America.
Reuse drove at Mid-Ohio with Alabama Controls sponsorship.
Elder Heating and Air was the sponsor at Kentucky (Sep).
Jr. Peters Roadside Assistance was the sponsor at Dover (Oct), Phoenix (Nov).
Fallen Soldiers March was on the car at Texas (Nov), Homestead) [DNQ].

#78 BJ McLeod Ford Batteries Plus Bulbs
X-TREME PH Sports Water
Main Gate
Triple R Containers
Safecraft Safety Equipment
MOMO
Short Traxs Construction Roof Specialist
B.J. McLeod Motorsports David Ingram ?
Batteries Plus Bulbs was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Las Vegas, Auto Club, Kentucky (Sep), Dover (Oct), Charlotte (Oct), Kansas.
X-TREME PH Sports Water was the sponsor at Phoenix (Mar).
Main Gate was the sponsor at Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Homestead.
Triple R Containers was the sponsor at Talladega.
Safecraft Safety Equipment was the sponsor at Daytona (Jul), Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Indianapolis.
MOMO was the sponsor at Iowa (Jul), Darlington, Chicago.
Short Traxs was the sponsor at Bristol (Aug), Richmond (Sep).

#88 Alex Bowman
Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
Kevin Harvick
Kasey Kahne
Chase Elliott
Kenny Habul
Cole Custer
Clint Bowyer

Josh Berry
Regan Smith
Chevy TaxSlayer
Hunt Brothers Pizza
Hellman’s
Bad Boy
Dale’s Pale Ale
Speedco
Goody’s
Morton Buildings
SunEnergy1
Vannoy Construction
Cessna
Advance Auto Parts
Nalley Chili
Haas Automation
Hy-Vee
Armour
Genesis Brake Light Systems
Hughes General Contractors
JR Motorsports Dave Elenz Hendrick
The driver/sponsor lineup was: Daytona (Feb): Elliott (TaxSlayer), Atlanta: Harvick (Bad Boy), Las Vegas: Elliott (TaxSlayer), Phoenix (Mar): Elliott (TaxSlayer), Auto Club: Harvick (Nalley Chili), Texas (Apr): Earnhardt, Jr (Goody’s Mixed Fruit Blast), Bristol (Apr): Harvick (Hunt Brothers), Richmond (Apr): Earnhardt, Jr (Hellmans), Talladega: Elliott (Armour), Dover (May): Bowman (Advance Auto Parts), Charlotte (May): Custer (Haas Automation), Pocono: Bowman (Advance Auto Parts), Michigan: Bowman (Vannoy Construction), Iowa (Jun): Bowman (Hy-Vee), Daytona (Jul): Elliott (Armour Sandwich Creations), Kentucky (Jul): Custer (Jack Link’s), New Hampshire: Bowman (Genesis Brake Light Systems), Indianapolis: Harvick (Hunt Brothers, Iowa (Jul): Berry (SunEnergy1), Watkins Glen: Habul (SunEnergy1), Mid-Ohio: Habul (SunEnergy1), Bristol (Aug): Smith (Dale’s Pale Ale), Road America: Habul (SunEnergy1), Darlington: Harvick (Armour Vienna Sausage), Richmond (Sep): Bowman (Cessna), Chicago: Bowyer (Morton Buildings), Kentucky (Sep): Berry (SunEnergy1), Dover (Oct): Bowman (Jack Link’s), Charlotte (Oct): Harvick (Hunt Brothers), Kansas: Smith (Fire Alarm Services), Texas (Nov): Harvick (Hunt Brothers), Phoenix (Nov): Bowman (Hughes General Contractors), Homestead: Bowman (Advance Auto Parts).

#90 Martin Roy
Mario Goesslin
Todd Peck
Alex Guenette
Todd Bodine
Andy Lally
JD Davison
Dexter Bean
Alex Labbe
Chevy Bucked Up Apparel
3Dimensional.com
Always Evolving
Can-Am
King Autosports Danny Gill ?
Roy drove at Daytona (Feb), Texas (Apr), Charlotte (May), Michigan, Chicago, Charlotte (Oct), Kansas, Texas (Nov).
Goesslin drove at Atlanta, Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Bristol (Apr), Talladega, Dover (May), Pocono, Iowa (Jun), Daytona (Jul), New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Iowa (Jul), Bristol (Aug), Darlington, Richmond (Sep), Dover (Oct), Homestead.
Peck drove with Bucked Up Apparel sponsorship at Richmond (Apr).
Guenette drove at Kentucky (Jul).
Bodine drove at Watkins Glen.
Lally drove at Mid-Ohio with 3Dimensional.com sponsorship.
Davison drove at Road America with Always Evolving sponsorship.
Bean drive at Kentucky (Sep).
Alex Labbe drove at Phoenix (Nov) with Can-Am sponsorship.

#97 Harrison Rhodes
Ryan Ellis
Alex Guenette
TJ Bell
Paige Decker
Matt Waltz
Josh Berry
Alli Owens
Jordan Anderson
Josh Bilicki
Chevy Vroom Brands Obaika Racing John Monsam TriStar
Team DNQ at Daytona (Feb).
Rhodes drove at Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Charlotte (May).
Ellis drove at Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Indianapolis, Watkins Glen, Kentucky (Sep), Texas (Nov).
Guenette drove at Dover (May), Pocono, Daytona (Jul).
Bell drove at Michigan, Kentucky (Jul), Mid-Ohio, Bristol (Aug).
Paige Decker drove at Iowa (Jun), Road America.
Waltz drove at New Hampshire, Iowa (Jul), Kansas: Smith (Fire Alarm Services).
Berry drove at Darlington.
Owens drove at Richmond (Sep).
Anderson drove at Chicago, Dover (Oct), Charlotte (Oct).
Josh Bilicki drove at Phoenix (Nov), Homestead.

PART TIME TEAMS IN 2016

CAR #
DRIVER
MANU
SPONSOR
TEAM/OWNER
CREW CHIEF
ENGINES
#05 John Wes Townley Chevy Zaxby’s
Jive Communications
Athenian Motorsports
Tony Townley
Mike Ford Hendrick Motorsports
Townley will run the full Truck Series season.
In the XFINITY series, the team plans to only run the restrictor plate races. Team ran at Daytona (Feb), Talladega.
Jive Communications was the sponsor at Talladega.
Rick Ware Racing will run the #25 in 2016.

#5 Kasey Kahne
Chase Elliott
Cole Custer
Chevy Hellman’s
TaxSlayer
Haas Automation
JR Motorsports Ryan Pemberton Hendrick
Kahne drove at Daytona (Feb) with Hellman’s sponsorship.
Elliott drove at Texas (Apr) with TaxSlayer sponsorship.
Custer drove at Richmond (Apr) and Charlotte (Oct) [DNQ when qualifying was canceled], Kansas and Homestead with Haas Automation sponsorship.

10 (was #19) Jeff Green
Matt DiBenedetto
Tyler Young
Mike Bliss
Josh Wise
Toyota ? TriStar Motorsports Ricky Viers TriStar
Start and Park team.
Green drove at Atlanta, Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr) [DNQ], Talladega, Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Road America, Texas (Nov).
DiBenedetto drove at Auto Club, Bristol (Apr), Dover (May), Charlotte (May), Pocono, Michigan, Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Bristol (Aug), Darlington, Richmond (Sep), Chicago, Dover (Oct), Charlotte (Oct) [team withdrew when qualifying was canceled], Phoenix (Nov), Homestead.
Team withdrew at Richmond (Apr) when qualifying was canceled due to rain.
Young drove at Iowa (Jun)
Bliss drove at Iowa (Jul), Kentucky (Sep).
Wise drove at Kansas [DNQ].

#12 Ryan Blaney
Joey Logano
Ford Snap-On Penske Racing Greg Erwin Roush-Yates
Team ran at Charlotte (May) and Kentucky (Jul) with Blaney; Watkins Glen and Charlotte (Oct) with Logano.

#17 Jeff Green Dodge DashHub.com
Carport Empire
Rick Ware Racing George Church ?
Green drove at Daytona (Feb) with DashHub.com sponsorship and Daytona (Jul) with Carport Empire sponsorship.

#21 Spencer Gallaher Chevy Water Pulse
Domestic Violence Awareness
GMS Racing Joey Cohen ?
Team has run at Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Richmond (Apr), Charlotte (May), Daytona (Jul), Watkins Glen, Charlotte (Oct) and is scheduled to run at Kansas and Homestead.
Water Pulse was the sponsor at Richmond (Apr), Charlotte (May).
Domestic Violence Awareness was the sponsor at Charlotte (Oct).

#24 (was #26) Matt Tifft
Corey LaJoie
TJ Bell
Brandon McReynolds
Drew Herring
Toyota youtheory
Apex Contracting and Restoration
Arch Day Architectural Design
Redneck Riviera
JGL Racing Steve Gray TRD / Joe Gibbs Racing
Team changed from #26 to #24 for 2016.
Matt Tifft drove at Daytona (Feb), Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr.
Corey Lajoie drove at Atlanta, Las Vegas, Daytona (Jul), New Hampshire, Bristol (Aug), Dover (Oct), Texas (Nov), Phoenix (Nov).
Bell drove at Phoenix (Mar) with Apex sponsorship.
youtheory sponsored LaJoie at Auto Club, Daytona (Jul), New Hampshire, Bristol (Aug), Dover (Oct), Texas (Nov), Phoenix (Nov) and Homestead.
youtheory sponsored Tifft at Texas (Apr).
McReynolds drove at Talladega with Redneck Riviera sponsorship and Iowa (Jul).
Herring drove at Dover (May), Charlotte (May), Iowa (Jun).
Team did not run at Richmond (Apr), Indianapolis, Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Road America, Darlington, Richmond (Sep), Chicago, Kentucky (Sep), Charlotte (Oct), Kansas: Smith (Fire Alarm Services).

#27 Jacque Villeneuve Ford ? Wing Nut Racing ? Roush Yates
Team initially said they planned a full-time effort, but didn’t show up at Daytona. Then said they would attempt Las Vegas, but did not show up.
Villeneuve was apparently planning a partial schedule of about 6 races, including the road course races.
There are claims that the organization was never legitimate. No cars were ever prepared and the team had no ability to run any races.

#43 Jeb Burton Ford J. Streicher
Rocky Ridge Custom Trucks
Richard Petty Motorsports Drew Blickensderfer Roush Yates
Armstrong parted ways with the team after 2015. Burton planned to drive the full 2016 season.
J. Streicher was the sponsor at Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Talladega.
Rocky Ridge Custom Trucks was the sponsor at Dover (May), Charlotte (May).
After Charlotte in May, the team announced they were suspending operations due to missed payments by sponsor J. Streicher.

#46 (was #55) Anthony Kumpen
Brandon Gdovic
Jordan Anderson
Chevy LeasePlan
TCC Culture of Good
Urban Carry Holsters

ComServe Wireless
Pitt Ohio
Precision Performance Motorsports Mark Setzer Collins Engine Works
Kumpen drove at Daytona (Feb) with LeasePlan sponsorship.
Gdovic drove at Bristol (Apr), Bristol (Aug) with Pitt Ohio sponsorship.
Gdovic drove at Pocono with ComServe sponsorship.
Gdovic drove at Indianapolis, Phoenix (Nov) with TCC Culture of Good sponsorship.
Anderson drive at Homestead with Urban Carry Holsters sponsorship.

#60 Gray Gaulding
Trevor Bayne
Ricky Stenhouse, Jr.
Ford Krispy Kreme
Advocare
SunnyD
Roush Fenway Racing ? Roush-Yates
Gaulding drove at Bristol (Aug) and Richmond (Sep).
Bayne drove at Watkins Glen with Advocare sponsorship.
Stenhouse, Jr. drove at Phoenix (Nov) with SunnyD sponsorship.

#72 John Jackson Chevy CrashClaimsR.us Motorsports Business Management ? ?
Jackson drove at Darlington.
Hill drove at Kentucky (Sep) [DNQ].

#77 Claire Decker
TJ Bell
Jordan Anderson
Josh Bilicki
Austin Theriault
Spencer Boyd
Matt Waltz
Ryan Ellis
Chevy Vroom Brands Obaika Racing Carlos Contreras TriStar
Decker attempted Iowa (Jun) [DNQ].
Bell attempted Indianapolis [DNQ] and drove at Iowa (Jul), Watkins Glen.
Anderson drove at Mid-Ohio.
Bilicki drove at Road America.
Theriault drove at Richmond (Sep) [DNQ].
Boyd drove at Chicago.
Waltz drove at Kentucky (Sep), Dover (Oct), Texas (Nov).
Ellis drove at Charlotte (Oct) [DNQ when qualifying was canceled], Kansas, Phoenix (Nov) [DNQ], Homestead) [DNQ].

#79 Josh Williams Chevy DB Sales Jimmy Means Racing ? Means Motorsports
Team ran at Michigan.

#85 Bobby Gerhart Chevy Lucas Oil Bobby Gerhardt Racing Mark Skibo ?
Usually runs the restrictor plate races.
Gerhart drove at Daytona (Feb), Talladega, Daytona (Jul).

#86 Brandon Brown Chevy Coastal Carolina University Brandonbilt Motorsports Joey Cohen ?
Team ran at Richmond (Sep), Kansas, Homestead.

#87 Joe Nemechek Toyota DAB Constructors
Fleetwing
NEMCO Jim Mazza ?
Team ran at Daytona (Feb), Daytona (Jul).

#89 Morgan Shepherd Chevy Courtney Construction Shepherd Racing Ventures ? ECR Engines
Team will run as often as sponsorship will allow – Daytona (Feb), Atlanta, Las Vegas, Phoenix (Mar), Auto Club [DNQ], Bristol (Apr) [DNQ], Richmond (Apr), Talladega, Dover (May), Charlotte (May) [DNQ], Pocono, Michigan, Iowa (Jun), Daytona (Jul), Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Iowa (Jul), Bristol (Aug), Road America, Darlington, Richmond (Sep) [DNQ], Chicago, Kentucky (Sep), Dover (Oct), Charlotte (Oct), Kansas [DNQ], Texas (Nov), Phoenix (Nov) [DNQ], Homestead) [DNQ].

#92 Mario Gosselin
Dexter Bean
Josh Williams
Chevy Bucked Up Apparel King Autosports Michael Rutland ?
Gosselin drove at Daytona (Feb) [DNQ], Michigan, Mid-Ohio.
Bean drove at Iowa (Jun), Kentucky (Jul), Iowa (Jul) [DNQ], Darlington, Chicago.
Williams drove at New Hampshire [DNQ], Kentucky (Sep).

#93 Scott Lagassee, Jr.
Dylan Lupton
Josh Reaume
Josh Wise
David Starr
Chevy Alert Today
Massimo Motor Sports
Ryan Sieg Racing Kevin “Cowboy” Starland ?
Lagasse drove at Daytona (Feb).
Lupton was scheduled to drive at Las Vegas but Reaume drove.
Lupton drove at Phoenix (Mar) and Auto Club and is scheduled to drive one more race.
Josh Wise drove at Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Richmond (Apr), Charlotte (May), Pocono, Michigan.
Reaume drove at Talladega [DNQ], Dover (May), Iowa (Jun).
Starr drove with sponsorship from Massimo Motor Sports at Daytona (Jul), Kentucky (Jul), New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Iowa (Jul), Watkins Glen [DNQ], Mid-Ohio, Bristol (Aug), Road America, Darlington, Richmond (Sep), Chicago, Kentucky (Sep), Dover (Oct), Charlotte (Oct), Kansas, Texas (Nov), Phoenix (Nov) [DNQ], Homestead) [DNQ].

#98 Aric Almirola
Nelson Piquet, Jr.
Jeb Burton
Ford Fresh From Florida
Ballast Point
Carroll Shelby Foundation
Estes
Z Real Estate Group
Keller Williams Burlington
Biagi-Denbeste Racing Jon Hanson Roush-Yates
Almirola drove at Daytona (Feb), Las Vegas, Auto Club, Texas (Apr), Bristol (Apr), Talladega, Pocono, Daytona (Jul), Phoenix (Nov).
Ballast Point was the sponsor at Auto Club.
Carroll Shelby Foundation was the sponsor at Auto Club.
Fresh From Florida was the sponsor at Bristol (Apr), Talladega, Daytona (Jul), Homestead.
Carroll Shelby Engines was the sponsor at Pocono, Mid-Ohio, Phoenix (Nov).
Burton drove at Indianapolis and Richmond (Sep) with Estes sponsorship and Charlotte (Oct) with Z Real Estate Group and Keller Williams Burlington sponsorship.
Piquet drove at Mid-Ohio.

#99 Chris Fontaine
Stanton Barrett
Jeff Green
Ford Racktails Gear
Batteries Plus Bulbs
Xcalibur Pit School
B.J. McLeod Motorsports Jason Houghtaling ?
Team planned to run full-time with a variety of drivers.
Fontaine attempted Daytona (Feb) but DNQ.
Peck drove at Atlanta, Las Vegas [DNQ], Phoenix (Mar) [DNQ].
Team withdrew at Auto Club and Peck moved to the #15 in a partnership with Rick Ware Racing.
Barrett drove at Road America with Xcalibur Pit School sponsorship.
Green drove at Kansas, Phoenix (Nov), Homestead.