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Entry List: Hooters 250

The NASCAR Xfinity Series will have 37 cars on track for the first of two races at Homestead-Miami Speedway this weekend, with the Hooters 250 running Saturday, June 13, 2020. Up to 40 cars can be on the starting grid, meaning all of these teams entered will make the race.

The most notable name is NBC analyst and former NASCAR Cup Series star Dale Earnhardt Jr. He hops back into the Xfinity Series, driving the No. 8 JR Motorsports entry for his lone start of 2020. He last competed at a Homestead Xfinity event back in 2008.

There’s a couple of driver changes to note. JJ Yeley will pilot the No. 07 car for SS-Greenlight Racing, replacing Garrett Smithley. Rick Ware’s stable of Cup drivers continue to cycle through the ride.

Alex Labbe shifts back to the No. 36 car for DGM Racing; last week he was in the No. 90. Caesar Bacarella will make his 12th career start, piloting the No. 90 for DGM.

Among the part-time crowd, Colin Garrett makes his return to the Xfinity Series driving the No. 26 for Sam Hunt Racing. And Stefan Parsons makes his 2020 Xfinity debut, pairing with BJ McLeod Motorsports in the No. 99 entry.

HOOTERS 250 ENTRY LIST

The Nascar Xfinity Series will have a doubleheader at Homestead, with the first race scheduled for June 13 at 3:30 p.m. ET on FOX.

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About Jared Haas

Jared Haas
Jared Haas joined the Frontstretch staff in May 2020. A graduate of Cedarville University in December 2019, Jared has been a Nascar fan since 2006. One of Jared's passion is recreating and creating Nascar cars for video games.

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    How come JR Motorsports doesn’t have an additional car for Daniel Hemric. Isn’t he running for the Xfinity Championship?