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NASCAR XFINITY Series Entry List: Drive for the Cure 300

After a weekend on the high-banked concrete surface at Dover International Speedway, the NASCAR XFINITY Series heads home to Charlotte Motor Speedway. They’ll be running the Drive for the Cure 300 presented by Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina.

There are 40 cars on the preliminary entry list for the event and 40 spots on the grid. That means a full field for Saturday’s race barring any last-minute changes.

There are seven declared Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series regulars scheduled to compete. They include Austin and Ty Dillon for Richard Childress Racing, Reed Sorenson for JD Motorsports, Daniel Suarez and Erik Jones for Joe Gibbs Racing, Ryan Blaney for Team Penske, and Corey LaJoie for JGL Racing.

Sam Hornish Jr., driving the No. 12 Ford for Team Penske, is also making an appearance on his limited schedule. Alex Bowman, next year’s replacement for Dale Earnhardt Jr. in the No. 88 Cup car joins Hornish on the list; he’s running for Chip Ganassi Racing. Another notable part-timer, Ben Kennedy, was initially entered in the No. 96 for GMS Racing but withdrew.

The green flag for the Drive for the Cure 300 presented by Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina is scheduled to fly at approximately 3:16 p.m. ET. Television coverage will be provided by NBCSN as the series holds its final playoff race of round one. Twelve drivers will fight to survive and advance as the championship field gets cut down to eight.

Joey Logano, no longer eligible to compete this weekend under NASCAR rules is the race’s defending winner.

Check below for the full entry list

EntryCar NumberDriverSponsorManuOwner
100Cole CusterHaas AutomationFordGene Haas
20Garrett Smithleyteamjdmotorsports.comChevroletGary Coswell
301Harrison Rhodesteamjdmotorsports.comChevroletJohnny Davis
41Elliott SadlerOneMain FinancialChevroletDale Earnhardt Jr.
52Austin Dillon (i)RheemChevroletRichard Childress
63Ty Dillon (i)AdvilChevroletRichard Childress
74Ross Chastainteamjdmotorsports.comChevroletGary Keller
85Michael AnnettTMCChevroletDale Earnhardt Jr.
97Justin AllgaierAdvance Auto PartsChevroletKelly Earnhardt-Miller
1007Ray Black IILearn Underwear WeldingChevroletBobby Dotter
118BJ McLeodTBDChevroletJessica Smith-Mcleod
129William ByronLiberty UniversityChevroletRick Hendrick
1311Blake KochLeafFilter Gutter Protection/Breast Cancer Honor and RememberChevroletMatt Kaulig
1412Sam Hornish Jr.PPGFordRoger Penske
1513Carl LongTBDToyotaDanielle Long
1614JJ YeleyTriStar MotorsportsToyotaMark Smith
1715Reed Sorenson (i)teamjdmotorsports.comChevroletCarol Clark
1816Ryan ReedLilly DiabetesFordJack Roush
1918Daniel Suarez (i)JuniperToyotaJD Gibbs
2019Matt TifftMotoRadToyotaJoe Gibbs
2120Erik Jones (i)Main Street BistroToyotaJoe Gibbs
2221Daniel HemricAnderson's Maple SyrupChevroletRichard Childress
2322Ryan Blaney (i)Discount TireFordRoger Penske
2423Spencer GallagherAllegiant AirlinesChevroletMaurice Gallagher Jr.
2524Corey LaJoie (i)youtheoryToyotaMaria Gonzalez Hernandez
2633Brandon JonesNexteer AutomotiveChevroletRichard Childress
2739Ryan SiegRSS RacingChevroletRod Sieg
2840Timmy HillTBDFordDanielle Long
2942Tyler ReddickHendrickCars.comChevroletChip Ganassi
3048Brennan PooleDC SolarChevroletChip Ganassi
3151Jeremy ClementsRepairableVehicles.comChevroletTony Clements
3252Joey GaseTBDChevroletJimmy Means
3362Brendan GaughanSouth Point Hotel & CasinoChevroletRichard Childress
3474Mike HarmonMike Harmon RacingDodgeMike Harmon
3578Angela RuchGive A Child A VoiceChevroletBJ McLeod
3689Morgan ShepherdVisone RVChevroletCindy Shepherd
3790Brandon BrownTBDChevroletMichelle Gosselin
3892Josh WilliamsTBDChevroletMichelle Gosselin
3993Jeff GreenRSS RacingChevroletPamela Sieg
4096Ben KennedyTBDChevroletMaurice Gallagher Jr.
4199David StarrTBDChevroletJessica Smith-Mcleod
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Davey Segal
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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