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Entry List: Toyota/Save Mart 350

We’re turning left and right this weekend, boys and girls.

The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series heads west to wine country for the Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Raceway for the first of two road course races of the 2017 season.

There are 38 cars on the preliminary entry list, meaning the field will not be filled to capacity. The field is pretty much identical to last weekend at Michigan, but there are a few noteworthy changes.

Mot notably, Billy Johnson has been tapped to drive the No. 43 Richard Petty Motorsports Ford, replacing Darrell Wallace Jr. Wallace will return to driving the car at Daytona International Speedway and will pilot that entry until the injured Aric Almirola returns from his back injury.

Billy Johnson to Drive No. 43 Car for RPM at Sonoma

Some other changes include Tommy Regan in the No. 15 Premium Motorsports entry, along with Derrick Cope’s return in the No. 55 car for Premium as well.

Ryan Sieg piloted a car last weekend at Michigan International Speedway, replacing Gray Gaulding. BK Racing will not field the No. 83 entry this week, but Israeli driver Alon Day will make his MENCS debut driving the No. 23 Toyota.

Josh Bilicki will drive the No. 51 entry for Rick Ware Racing after the team skipped the race at Michigan.

Some other notable sponsorship changes for this weekend include Elite hopping aboard Brad Keselowski’s No. 2 Ford, Microsoft Windows 10 onto Kasey Kahne’s No. 5 Chevrolet, Cars 3 will be on Clint Bowyer’s Ford and Kelley Blue Book will sponsor Chase Elliott’s No. 24 Chevrolet.

The Toyota/Save Mart 350 will go green at approximately 3:18 p.m. ET with television coverage on Fox Sports 1. Tony Stewart is the defending winner of the event.

EntryCar NumberDriverSponsorManuOrganization
11Jamie McMurrayCessnaChevroletChip Ganassi Racing
22Brad KeselowskiEliteFordTeam Penske
33Austin DillonTBDChevroletRichard Childress Racing
44Kevin HarvickMobil 1FordStewart-Haas Racing
55Kasey KahneMicrosoft Windows 10ChevroletHendrick Motorsports
66Trevor BayneAdvoCareFordRoush Fenway Racing
710Danica PatrickCode 3 AssociatesFordStewart-Haas Racing
811Denny HamlinFedEx GroundToyotaJoe Gibbs Racing
913Ty DillonGEICOChevroletGermain Racing
1014Clint BowyerCars 3FordStewart-Haas Racing
1115Tommy ReganOscaroParts.com/Capri ToolsChevroletPremium Motorsports
1217Ricky Stenhouse Jr.FastenalFordRoush Fenway Racing
1318Kyle BuschM&M's CaramelToyotaJoe Gibbs Racing
1419Daniel SuarezSTANLEYToyotaJoe Gibbs Racing
1520Matt KensethDEWALT FlexvoltToyotaJoe Gibbs Racing
1621Ryan BlaneyMotorcraft/Quick Lane Tire & Auto CenterFordWood Brothers Racing
1722Joey LoganoShell PennzoilFordTeam Penske
1823Alon DayEarthwaterToyotaBK Racing
1924Chase ElliottKelley Blue BookChevroletHendrick Motorsports
2027Paul MenardTarkett MenardsChevroletRichard Childress Racing
2131Ryan NewmanTBDChevroletRichard Childress Racing
2232Matt DiBenedettoCan-Am/KappaFordGO FAS Racing
2333Jeffrey EarnhardtHuluChevroletCircle Sport/TMG
2434Landon CassillLove's Travel StopsFordFront Row Motorsports
2537Chris BuescherKingsfordChevroletJTG Daugherty Racing
2638David RaganShriners Hospitals for ChildrenFordFront Row Motorsports
2741Kurt BuschMonster Energy/Haas AutomationFordStewart-Haas Racing
2842Kyle LarsonTargetChevroletChip Ganassi Racing
2943Billy JohnsonSmithfieldFordRichard Petty Motorsports
3047AJ AllmendingerKroger ClickListChevroletJTG Daugherty Racing
3148Jimmie JohnsonLowe'sChevroletHendrick Motorsports
3251Josh Bilicki (i)MarriottChevroletRick Ware Racing
3355Derrike CopeTBDChevroletPremium Motorsports
3472Cole WhittTBDChevroletTriStar Motorsports
3577Erik Jones5-hour ENERGY Extra StrengthToyotaFurniture Row Racing
3678Martin Truex Jr.Furniture Row/Denver MattressToyotaFurniture Row Racing
3788Dale Earnhardt Jr.AxaltaChevroletHendrick Motorsports
3895Michael McDowellK-Love RadioChevroletLeavine Family Racing

About Davey Segal

Davey currently serves as the Monday news writer for Fronstretch. He is also currently a senior journalism student at Michigan State University and is originally from Rockville, Md. who has an extreme passion for sports. He has been following the sport of NASCAR since the 2002 season when he attended his first race at Dover. He also is a contributing writer for other motorsports websites and produces a weekly NASCAR podcast for MSU's Impact Sports department.

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  1. Whats up? Fantasy live doesn’t have several drivers listed as choices at Sonoma? Billy Johnson, Drick Cope….

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