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Entry List: 2016 UNOH 200

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On Wednesday night (weather permitting), the Camping World Truck Series will take to the 0.533-mile Bristol Motor Speedway for 200 laps of hard-fought action.  Before we get to the race, 36 trucks will have to bite and claw to make the 32-truck field.

Possibly the most notable addition to the field is Austin Cindric returning to Brad Keselowski Racing in the No. 2 Ford with Pirtek sponsorship.  Unfortunately, like Cindric’s previous outing this year at Dover, making the race will be completely dependent on whether the first round of qualifying can be completed to a satisfactory level.  That did not happen at Dover.

SS-Green Light Racing has tapped Matt Mills to make his Camping World Truck Series debut in the No. 07 Chevrolet this week.  Mills is a late model racer out of Ohio who ran a partial schedule in the JEGS/CRA All-Star Tour last year.  He also has experience in Outlaw Late Models.

JJC Racing has tapped Cody McMahan to attempt to make his Camping World Truck Series debut in the No. 10.  Most recently, McMahan has been racing ASA Late Models for Eric McClure with a fair degree of success.

Jennifer Jo Cobb was originally supposed to race the No. 1 Chevrolet for MAKE Motorsports in Bristol.  However, Cobb announced on Tuesday that she will be stepping out of the drivers’s seat for this week only.  Clay Greenfield, who originally entered his own No. 68 for the race, will drive the No. 1 in Cobb’s place.  Based on Cobb’s statement, it seems that Greenfield will be bringing his own equipment to the No. 1 team.

2016 UNOH 200 Entry List

NumberDriverTeamSponsorManufacturer
00Cole CusterStewart-Haas RacingHaas AutomationChevrolet
02Austin HillYoung's MotorsportsRandco/Young's Building SystemsChevrolet
05John Wes TownleyAthenian MotorsportsJive Communications/Zaxby'sChevrolet
07Matt MillsSS-Green Light RacingTBAChevrolet
1Clay GreenfieldMAKE Motorsports1-800 PavementChevrolet
2Austin CindricBrad Keselowski RacingPirtekFord
4Christopher BellKyle Busch MotorsportsJBL/SiriusXMToyota
8John Hunter NemechekNEMCO MotorsportsTBAChevrolet
9William ByronKyle Busch MotorsportsLiberty UniversityToyota
10Cody McMahanJJC RacingHigh Country GrizzliesChevrolet
11Brett MoffittRed Horse RacingTBAToyota
13Cameron HayleyThorSport RacingRide TV/Cabinets by HayleyToyota
16Stewart FriesenHalmar International RacingHalmar InternationalChevrolet
17Timothy PetersRed Horse RacingRed Horse RacingToyota
19Daniel HemricBrad Keselowski RacingBlue Gate BankFord
21Johnny SauterGMS RacingFireAde/Allegiant TravelChevrolet
22Austin Wayne SelfSelf MotorsportsAW Technical SolutionsToyota
23Spencer GallagherGMS RacingAlamoChevrolet
24Kaz GralaGMS RacingSweet Baby Ray'sChevrolet
29Tyler ReddickBrad Keselowski RacingCooper StandardFord
33Ben KennedyGMS RacingJACOB CompaniesChevrolet
41Ben RhodesThorSport RacingRegal CinemasToyota
44Tommy Joe MartinsMartins MotorsportsCross Concrete ConstructionChevrolet
49Bryce NapierPremium MotorsportsSupport Military/ASAP Appliance ServiceChevrolet
50Travis KvapilMAKE MotorsportsCorvetteParts.net/High Country GrizzliesChevrolet
51Daniel SuarezKyle Busch MotorsportsARRISToyota
63Jake GriffinMB MotorsportsTBAChevrolet
66Jordan AndersonBolen MotorsportsDoodyCalls.comChevrolet
71Brandon JonesContreras MotorsportsM&D Building Supply/MenardsChevrolet
74Donnie LevisterMike Harmon RacingProperty Pro's/Shawn McGee DesignChevrolet
75Caleb HolmanHenderson MotorsportsFood Country USA/Lopez Wealth Management/Anderson's Maple Syrup/Tide PodsChevrolet
81Jesse LittleHRE MotorsportsThe Carolina Nut Company/SumitomoToyota
86Brandon BrownBrown MotorsportsCoastal Carolina UniversityChevrolet
88Matt CraftonThorSport RacingIdeal Door/MenardsToyota
92Parker KligermanRBR MotorsportsBTS Tire/Goodyear Commercial Tire & ServiceFord
98Rico AbreuThorSport RacingSafelite Auto Glass/CURB RecordsToyota

Withdrawn: No. 68- Clay Greenfield Motorsports

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