NASCAR announced Monday the field for this weekend’s Daytona 500, Daytona Xfinity Series and Daytona Craftsman Truck Series races.
Here are the entries for each series at Daytona.
NASCAR Cup Series
A total of 42 cars competed for 40 spots, and 36 chartered teams were guaranteed starting spots.
The six drivers vying for the remaining four spots in the Daytona 500 will be:
Kaz Grala in the No. 36 Front Row Motorsports car
David Ragan drives the No. 60 car for RFK Racing
Anthony Alfredo drives the No. 62 car for Beard Motorsports
BJ McLeod in Live Fast Motorsports No. 78
Jimmie Johnson drives the No. 84 car for Legacy Motor Club
The driver for the No. 44 New York Racing Team has yet to be determined.
A total of 44 contestants competed for 38 spots in Saturday’s competition.
Former Australian Supercars champion Shane van Gisbergen will drive for Kaulig Racing throughout the Xfinity Series and in select Cup races this season, taking the No. 97 car. The car has been listed as TBA because NASCAR has to approve it, but is expected to be in one form.
In addition, Hailie Deegan will also drive for AM Racing for the entire season as a rookie. Joining van Gisbergen and Deegan for Rookie of the Year honors is Jesse Love, who will race for Richard Childress Racing ) effectiveness.
The event marked the debuts of Sammy Smith with JR Motorsports and Chandler Smith and Sheldon Creed with Joe Gibbs Racing.
Frankie Muinz entered 35th for Joey Gase Motorsports.
In addition, Daniel Suarez will also compete and will drive the No. 14 car for SS Green Light Racing.
Craftsman Truck Series
There are 38 competitors vying for 36 spots in Friday night’s Daytona race.
Cup driver Corey LaJoie joins Spire Motorsports. Ty Dillon makes Rackley WAR debut
Ben Rhodes begins his quest for a third title in four seasons.