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Overton’s 200 Entry List

The NASCAR XFINITY Series will be turning left and eating some good, old fashioned lobster Saturday afternoon when the Overton’s 200 takes place at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

There are 39 cars on the preliminary entry list, meaning the field will not be at full capacity.

Ryan Preece will make his NXS season debut at Loudon in the No. 20 Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing. Preece recently signed a two-race deal with the team, with the first of the two races taking place at NHMS. He currently sits eighth in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour championship standings with two wins this season. The NWMT will also be competing at “The Magic Mile” this weekend, giving Preece extra track time.

Some other changes for this week on the XFINITY circuit include Ben Kennedy making his fourth start in the No. 2 Chevrolet for Richard Childress Racing. Kennedy makes the swap over from GMS Racing’s No. 96 car, which he’s piloted in four other events this season, including this past weekend at Kentucky Speedway.

Dylan Lupton back in the No. 24 Toyota for JGL Racing and Tommy Joe Martins in the No. 78.

There are five Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series regulars in the field. They include Ty Dillon (No. 3), Reed Sorenson (No. 15), Kyle Busch (No. 18), Brad Keselowski (No. 22) and Kyle Larson (No. 42).

The Overton’s 200 will go green at approximately 4:15 p.m. ET this Saturday afternoon. Television coverage can be found on NBCSN. Kyle Busch is the defending winner of the event.

EntryCar NumberDriverSponsorManuOwner
10Cole CusterHaas AutomationFordGene Haas
20Garrett SmithleyAdapt 2kChevroletGary Coswell
31Harrison Rhodesteamjdmotorsports.comChevroletJohnny Davis
41Elliott SadlerOneMain FinancialChevroletDale Earnhardt Jr.
52Ben KennedyRichmond/MenardsChevroletRichard Childress
63Ty Dillon (i)Rheem/WATTSChevroletRichard Childress
74Ross Chastainteamjdmotorsports.comChevroletGary Keller
85Michael AnnettTMCChevroletDale Earnhardt Jr.
97Justin AllgaierBRANDTChevroletKelly Earnhardt-Miller
107Ray Black IIGrunt StyleChevroletBobby Dotter
118BJ McLeodTBDChevroletJessica Smith-Mcleod
129William ByronAXAKTA/PeerlessChevroletRick Hendrick
1311Blake KochLeafFilter Gutter ProtectionChevroletMatt Kaulig
1413Carl LongTBDToyotaDanielle Long
1514JJ YeleySuperior EssexToyotaMark Smith
1615Reed Sorenson (i)teamjdmotorsports.comChevroletCarol Clark
1716Ryan ReedLilly DiabetesFordJack Roush
1818Kyle Busch (i)NOS Energy DrinkToyotaJD Gibbs
1919Matt TifftSurface/FanaticsToyotaJoe Gibbs
2020Ryan PreeceMohawk NortheastToyotaJoe Gibbs
2121Daniel HemricBlue Gate BankChevroletRichard Childress
2222Brad Keselowski (i)Discount TireFordRoger Penske
2323Spencer GallagherAllegiant AirlinesChevroletMaurice Gallagher Jr.
2424Dylan LuptonNut UpToyotaMaria Gonzalez Hernandez
2528Dakoda ArmstrongJGL RacingToyotaJames Whitener
2633Brandon JonesTBDChevroletRichard Childress
2739Ryan SiegRSS RacingChevroletRod Sieg
2840Timmy HillTBDDodgeDanielle Long
2942Kyle LarsonENEOSChevroletChip Ganassi
3048Brennan PooleDC SolarChevroletChip Ganassi
3151Jeremy ClementsRepairableVehicles.comChevroletTony Clements
3252Joey GaseDonate LifeChevroletJimmy Means
3362Brendan GaughanSouth Point Hotel & CasinoChevroletRichard Childress
3474Mike HarmonVeterans MotorsportsDodgeMike Harmon
3578Tommy Joe MartinsTBDChevroletBJ McLeod
3689Morgan ShepherdVisone RVChevroletCindy Shepherd
3790Martin RoyCote/Gamache Truck CenterChevroletMichelle Gosselin
3893Jeff GreenRSS RacingChevroletPamela Sieg
3999David StarrTBDChevroletJessica Smith-Mcleod
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Davey serves an editor for the site and heads Frontstretch in 60, Fire on Friday's and The Frontstretch Awards. He recently graduated from Michigan State University with a bachelor's degree in sports journalism and is originally from Rockville, Md. He has an extreme passion for sports and has been following the sport of NASCAR since 2002, when he attended his first race at Dover. He also is a reporter for NASCAR Home Tracks covering the K&N Pro Series.

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4 comments

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    Looks like another stinker with Busch and Keselowski dominating the day as usual. Those Cup guys are really helping with attendance though aren’t they?

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    Watched the Indy lights race this past weekend at Iowa and didn’t see any Dixons or Rahals or Andrettis or Kanans or Powers in the race. That would have been pathetic. Whoops.

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    Another Kyle Busch benefit event! Robin Hood stealing from the poor to give to himself to feed his ginormous ego.