The NASCAR Xfinity Series heads to Wisconsin for a race at Road America, the 17th race for the series in 2021.
Forty-three cars are entered for 40 spots, as qualifying will determine who gets in and who goes home.
Andy Lally will attempt his fourth start of the season, this time behind the wheel of BJ McLeod Motorsports’ No. 5 Chevrolet.
Josh Bilicki is set to make his season debut for SS Green Light Racing in the No. 07 Insurance King Chevrolet. It is Bilicki’s first series appearance since the Charlotte Motor Speedway ROVAL last year.
Stephen Leicht will attempt to make his second start of 2021 this weekend. Leicht will drive the No. 13 K1 Speed Toyota for MBM Motorsports.
Cody Ware is back in the No. 17 for Rick Ware Racing to make his second appearance of 2021.
Natalie Decker returns after competing at Nashville Superspeedway two weeks ago. Decker will drive the No. 23 Nerd Focus Chevrolet for Our Motorsports in her second start of the year.
Sam Hunt Racing brings Kris Wright back on for the fourth time this season. Wright will pilot the No. 26 Wright Automotive Toyota.
Jordan Anderson Racing welcomes its fourth different driver of the year in Kaz Grala. Grala will attempt to make his 2021 series debut in the No. 31 Ruedebusch.com Chevrolet.
After hitting the century mark in series wins at Nashville, Kyle Busch is back in the No. 54 M&M’s Ice Cream Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing. Additionally, JGR will attempt to field five cars by placing two-time series winner Ty Gibbs in the No. 81 Monster Energy Toyota.
Road racing ace and NASCAR veteran Boris Said will attempt to make his second start of the year. The 58-year-old driver will climb behind the wheel of the No. 61 Jani King Toyota for MBM.
Matt Jaskol will drive the No. 66 Auto Parts 4 Less Toyota for MBM in his sixth appearance of the season.
Ryan Ellis will pilot the No. 78 Rich Mar Florist Toyota for BJMM in his fourth start of 2021.
Preston Pardus will climb into the seat of the No. 90 DGM Racing Chevrolet for the fourth time this year.
2014 NASCAR Cup Series champion Kevin Harvick will seek some seat time in the No. 99 Henry Repeating Arms Ford for BJMM. Harvick also ran for the team in the No. 5 at Circuit of the Americas.
The Henry 180 is scheduled for July 3 at 2:30 p.m. on NBC.
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