2021 Daytona 500 entry list features 44 cars

44 cars will attempt to qualify for the 2021 Daytona 500, which will result in four cars being sent home.

# Driver Car Team
00 United States Quin Houff Chevrolet Camaro United States StarCom Racing
1 United States Kurt Busch Chevrolet Camaro United States Chip Ganassi Racing
2 United States Brad Keselowski Ford Mustang GT United States Team Penske
3 United States Austin Dillon Chevrolet Camaro United States Richard Childress Racing
4 United States Kevin Harvick Ford Mustang GT United States Stewart-Haas Racing
5 United States Kyle Larson Chevrolet Camaro United States Hendrick Motorsports
6 United States Ryan Newman Chevrolet Camaro United States Roush Fenway Racing
7 United States Corey Lajoie Chevrolet Camaro United States Spire Motorsports
8 United States Tyler Reddick Chevrolet Camaro United States Richard Childress Racing
9 United States Chase Elliott Chevrolet Camaro United States Hendrick Motorsports
10 United States Aric Almirola Ford Mustang GT United States Stewart-Haas Racing
11 United States Denny Hamlin Toyota Camry United States Joe Gibbs Racing
12 United States Ryan Blaney Ford Mustang GT United States Team Penske
13 United States Garrett Smithley* Ford Mustang GT United States MBM Motorsports
14 United States Chase Briscoe Ford Mustang GT United States Stewart-Haas Racing
15 United States Derrike Cope Chevrolet Camaro United States Rick Ware Racing
16 United States Kaz Grala* Chevrolet Camaro Kaulig Racing
17 United States Chris Buescher Ford Mustang GT United States Roush Fenway Racing
18 United States Kyle Busch Toyota Camry United States Joe Gibbs Racing
19 United States Martin Truex Jr. Toyota Camry United States Joe Gibbs Racing
20 United States Christopher Bell Toyota Camry United States Joe Gibbs Racing
21 United States Matt DiBenedetto Ford Mustang GT United States Wood Brothers Racing
22 United States Joey Logano Ford Mustang GT United States Team Penske
23 United States Bubba Wallace Toyota Camry 23XI Racing
24 United States William Byron Chevrolet Camaro United States Hendrick Motorsports
33 United States Austin Cindric* Ford Mustang GT United States Team Penske
34 United States Michael McDowell Ford Mustang GT United States Front Row Motorsports
36 United States David Ragan* Ford Mustang GT United States Front Row Motorsports
37 United States Ryan Preece* Chevrolet Camaro United States JTG Daugherty Racing
38 Anthony Alfredo Ford Mustang GT United States Front Row Motorsports
41 United States Cole Custer Ford Mustang GT United States Stewart-Haas Racing
42 United States Ross Chastain Chevrolet Camaro United States Chip Ganassi Racing
43 United States Erik Jones Chevrolet Camaro United States Richard Petty Motorsports
47 United States Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Chevrolet Camaro United States JTG Daugherty Racing
48 United States Alex Bowman Chevrolet Camaro United States Hendrick Motorsports
51 United States Cody Ware Chevrolet Camaro United States Rick Ware Racing
52 United States Josh Bilicki Ford Mustang GT United States Rick Ware Racing
53 United States Joey Gase Ford Mustang GT United States Rick Ware Racing
62 United States Noah Gragson* Chevrolet Camaro Beard Motorsports
66 United States Timmy Hill* Ford Mustang GT United States MBM Motorsports
77 United States Jamie McMurray Chevrolet Camaro United States Spire Motorsports
78 United States B.J. McLeod Ford Mustang GT Live Fast Motorsports
96 United States Ty Dillon* Toyota Camry Marty Gaunt
99 Mexico Daniel Suarez Chevrolet Camaro TrackHouse Racing

*Is not locked into the race

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