The NASCAR Xfinity Series heads to Nashville Superspeedway for the first time since 2011 for the Tennessee Lottery 250.
Forty-two cars are entered for 36 spots, as qualifying will determine the full field.
JJ Yeley is scheduled to pull double duty this week, driving the No. 07 Chevrolet for SS Green Light Racing. Joe Graf Jr., who has driven the No. 07 in 12 of 14 races, will pilot the No. 17 for the team, partnered with Rick Ware Racing, this weekend.
Another notable entry is in the No. 23 Chevrolet for Our Motorsports. Natalie Decker will make her first start since Talladega Superspeedway and her third start of the year.
Will Rodgers will make his first Xfinity start since 2019, driving the No. 26 Toyota for Sam Hunt Racing.
Cup sophomore Tyler Reddick will attempt his third start of the year for Jordan Anderson Racing in the No. 31 Bommarito Automotive Group Chevrolet. Reddick has scored two top 10s in both starts with the team.
Chad Finchum is also pulling double duty this weekend for MBM Motorsports. He will drive the No. 42 Toyota for the team in his sixth start of 2021.
This past weekend’s Texas race winner Kyle Busch is back in the No. 54 M&M’s Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing. Busch will be looking to earn his 100th Xfinity Series win.
Camping World Truck Series regular Austin Hill will attempt to make his first start of the season for Hattori Racing Enterprises, driving the No. 61 AISIN Toyota.
Ronnie Bassett Jr. will attempt his second start of the year for DGM Racing in the No. 90 Chevrolet. Bassett has been trying to run for his own team numerous times, but will step into the No. 90 this weekend.
Bassett Racing’s No. 77, meanwhile, is not entered for the first time this season.
The Tennessee Lottery 250 is scheduled for Saturday, June 19 at 3:30 p.m. on NBC Sports Network.
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