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Entry List: 2015 Kroger 250 at Martinsville

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After nearly a month off, the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will return to action this Saturday at Martinsville Speedway.

NASCAR released the entry list for the March 28 17th Annual Kroger 250 on Monday (March 23). There are 36 entrants, including a few surprises. Four teams will fail to make Saturday’s feature.

Daytona 500 winner Joey Logano is the only Sprint Cup Series winner set to enter Saturday’s race. He will drive the No. 29 Ford for his Penske teammate’s Brad Keselowski Racing team. Cup Series regular David Gilliland will also compete, driving the No. 92 Ford for owner Ricky Benton.

JR Motorsports driver Cole Custer will attempt to make his first start of 2015. Custer, 17, scored six top 10s in nine starts in 2014, including a win at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Custer will pilot the No. 00 Haas Automation Chevrolet.

Also attempting his first start of 2015 will be Gray Gaulding. Gaulding, 17, will attempt to make his first start for Red Horse Racing, after running for NTS Motorsports in. Gaulding scored a career-best fourth-place finish at Canadian Tire Motorsports park in 2014.

A few other developing drivers will return to action at Martinsville. K&N Pro Series East winner Brandon Jones will his first race in the No. 33 Chevrolet for GMS Racing. Matt Tifft will return to the No. 51 Toyota for Kyle Busch Motorsports after running in the season-opening race at Daytona.

The Camping World Truck Series will be the first to take to Martinsville this weekend, as they run the first of three Friday practice sessions at 10 a.m. ET. The teams will return for Keystone Light Pole Qualifying on Saturday at 11:15 a.m. ET, before returning at 2:30 p.m. ET on FOX Sports 1 for the Kroger 250.


10Cole CusterHaas Automation14 ChevyDale Earnhardt, Jr.
21Travis KvapilTBA14 ChevyTracy Lowe
32Tyler YoungRandco Industries / Young's Building Systems14 ChevyRandy Young
44Erik JonesToyota15 ToyotaKyle Busch
55John Wes TownleyZaxby's15 ToyotaTony Townley
66Norm BenningTBA15 ChevyNorm Benning
77Ray Black JrScubaLife.com15 ChevyBobby Dotter
87Gray GauldingKrispy Kreme15 ToyotaTom Deloach
98John Hunter Nemechekswmtx.com -D.A.B. Constructors, Inc15 ChevySidney Mauldin
108Korbin ForristerTilted Kilt 15 ChevyKen Smith
1110Jennifer Jo CobbDriven2Honor.org14 ChevyJennifer Jo Cobb
1211Ben KennedyTBD15 ToyotaTom Deloach
1313Cameron HayleyCabinets by Hayley/Carolina Nut Co.15 ToyotaDuke Thorson
1414Daniel HemricCalifornia Clean Power15 ChevyBob Newberry
1515Mason MingusGeorgia 81115 ChevyBilly Boat
1617Timothy PetersRed Horse Racing15 ToyotaTom Deloach
1719Tyler ReddickDrawTite15 FordBrad Keselowski
1823Spencer GallagherAllegiant Travel15 ChevyMaurice Gallagher Jr
1925Matt TifftClinical RM/Honoring Ebola Fighters15 ToyotaWilliam Venturini, Sr.
2029Joey Logano(i)Cooper Standard15 FordBrad Keselowski
2131James BuescherERT Investments15 ChevyBob Newberry
2233Brandon JonesTBA15 ChevyMaurice Gallagher Jr
2335Tommy ReganTBA 15 ChevyKevin Cywinski
2450Cody WareBurnie Grill15 ChevyMark Beaver
2551Daniel Suarez(i)ARRIS15 ToyotaKyle Busch
2654Justin BostonZloop15 ToyotaKyle Busch
2763Jake GriffinTBA13 ChevyMichael Mittler
2874TBATBA14 ChevyMike Harmon
2975Caleb HolmanFood Country USA/Morning Fresh Farms/Lopez Wealth Mgmt.15 ChevyCharles Henderson
3086Brandon BrownBrandonbilt Foundations13 ChevyJerry Brown 
3187Charles Buchanan, Jr.Spring Drug13 FordRobert Buchanan, Jr.
3288Matt CraftonHormel/Menards15 ToyotaRhonda Thorson
3392David Gilliland (i)Blacks Tire/ Goodyear Commerical Tire & Service Network/ Wynns15 FordRicky Benton
3494Wendell ChavousVYDOX Plus15 ChevyJay Robinson
3598Johnny SauterSmokey Mountain/Curb Records15 ToyotaMike Curb
3699Bryan SilasTBA15 ChevyChris Baluch
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There is a reason that with the exception of NASCAR every competitive endeavor known to man has classes based on skill level. If you ever wondered why all you need do is look at the lack of interest in the truck series and you have your answer. Someone needs to tell Joey Logano that NOBODY cares how many home runs Hank Aaron hit in the minors.

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