2020 Daytona 500 entry list released

43 teams are entered for the 2020 Daytona 500 from Daytona International Speedway, with 40 making the field for the big race.

2020 Daytona 500 entry list released

Below is the entry list for the 62nd running for the Daytona 500, scheduled for Sunday, February 16.

40 drivers will make the field with three ultimately going home. Seven non-chartered teams will be vying for the four open spots on the grid. They are Justin Haley of Kaulig Racing, Daniel Suarez of Gaunt Brothers Racing, Brendan Gaughan of Beard Motorsports, Reed Sorenson of Premium Motorsports, J.J. Yeley of Rick Ware Racing, as well as Chad Finchum and Timmy Hill of MBM Motorsports.

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Ent. Car # Driver Sponsor
Team
1 00 Quinn Houff Jacob Construction StarCom Racing
2 1 Kurt Busch Monster Energy Chip Ganassi Racing
3 2 Brad Keselowski Discount Tire Team Penske
4 3 Austin Dillon Bass Pro Shops/Tracker OffRoad Richard Childress Racing
5 4 Kevin Harvick Busch Light #PIT4BUSCH Stewart-Haas Racing
6 6 Ryan Newman Koch Industries Roush Fenway Racing
7 8 Tyler Reddick Caterpillar Richard Childress Racing
8 9 Chase Elliott NAPA Auto Parts Hendrick Motorsports
9 10 Aric Almirola Smithfield Stewart-Haas Racing
10 11 Denny Hamlin FedEx Express Joe Gibbs Racing
11 12 Ryan Blaney Menards/Peak Team Penske
12 13 Ty Dillon GEICO Germain Racing
13 14 Clint Bowyer Rush/Mobil 1 Stewart-Haas Racing
14 15 Brennan Poole SpartanGO Premium Motorsports
15 16 Justin Haley Fraternal Order of Eagles Kaulig Racing
16 17 Chris Buescher Fastenal Roush Fenway Racing
17 18 Kyle Busch M&M’s Joe Gibbs Racing
18 19 Martin Truex, Jr. Bass Pro Shops Joe Gibbs Racing
19 20 Erik Jones DEWALT Joe Gibbs Racing
20 21 Matt DiBenedetto Motorcraft/Quick Lane Wood Brothers Racing
21 22 Joey Logano Shell Pennzoil Team Penske
22 24 William Byron Axalta ‘Color of the Year’ Hendrick Motorsports
23 27 Reed Sorenson TBA Premium Motorsports
24 32 Corey LaJoie RagingBull.com GO FAS Racing
25 34 Michael McDowell Love’s Travel Stops Front Row Motorsports
26 36 David Ragan Select Blinds Rick Ware Racing
27 37 Ryan Preece Cottonelle JTG Daugherty Racing
28 38 John Hunter Nemechek CITGARD Front Row Motorsports
29 41 Cole Custer Haas Automation Stewart-Haas Racing
30 42 Kyle Larson Credit One Bank Chip Ganassi Racing
31 43 Bubba Wallace United States Air Force Richard Petty Motorsports
32 47 Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. Kroger JTG Daugherty Racing
33 48 Jimmie Johnson Ally Hendrick Motorsports
34 49 Chad Finchum Garrison Homes Motorsports Business Management
35 51 Joey Gase TBA Rick Ware Racing
36 52 BJ McLeod TBA Rick Ware Racing
37 54 J.J. Yeley TBA Rick Ware Racing
38 62 Brendan Gaughan Beard Motorsportrs Beard Motorsports
39 66 Timmy Hill RoofClaims.com / VSI Racing Motorsports Business Management
40 77 Ross Chastain AdventHealth Spire Motorsports
41 88 Alex Bowman Valvoline Hendrick Motorsports
42 95 Christopher Bell Procore Leavine Family Racing
43 96 Daniel Suarez TBA Gaunt Brothers Racing

 

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