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2020 NASCAR Cup Series Team Chart

Updated: February 26, 2020

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CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
00 Quin Houff (thru 2021)
Rookie
StarCom Racing Chevrolet
  • Jacob Construction (Daytona 500)
  • Good Greek Moving & Storage (4 Races – Homestead, Charlotte, Daytona 2, Texas 2)
  • StarCom Fiber
  • Victory Weekend (California)

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George Church Tom Legeman ECR Engines

Quin Houff will run for Rookie of the Year with StarCom Racing in 2020, driving the #00. JACOB Construction will sponsor Houff’s Daytona 500 debut. Good Greek Moving & Storage will sponsor in four races. Victory Weekend will sponsor Houff at California

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
1 Kurt Busch (thru 2021)
2004 NCS Champion
Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet
  • Monster Energy
  • Gear Wrench (4 Races – Phoenix 1, Charlotte, Dover 2, Talladega 2)

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Matt McCall Tyler Green Hendrick Motorsports

Kurt Busch returns to the No. 1 for Chip Ganassi Racing in 2020, extending his contract through the 2021 season. Monster Energy will return to the team with an increased presence in 2020. Gear Wrench will sponsor Busch’s No. 1 in four races this season.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
2 Brad Keselowski
2012 NCS Champion
Team Penske Ford

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Jeremy Bullins Coleman Pressley Roush-Yates

Brad Keselowski returns to Team Penske in 2020. Miller Lite will significantly reduce their presence as primary sponsor on Keselowski’s #2, taking primary sponsorship in only one race in 2020.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
3 Austin Dillon Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet
  • DOW Chemicals
    • DOW Coatings (California)
  • Bass Pro Shops (11 races – Daytona 500, Las Vegas 1, Phoenix 1, Texas 1, All-Star, Sonoma, Michigan 2, Bristol 2, Talladega 2, Charlotte Roval, Martinsville 2)
  • Symbicort (Busch Clash)

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Justin Alexander Brandon Benesch ECR Engines

Austin Dillon will return to Richard Childress Racing in the No. 3 Chevrolet once again in 2020. Dillon will be reunited with Justin Alexander, his old crew chief from 2017 & 2018. Bass Pro Shops will be the primary sponsor in eleven races throughout the season, significantly increasing their presence from 2019. DOW Chemicals is scheduled to return to Richard Childress Racing in 2020 for multiple races. DOW Coatings will sponsor the No. 3 Chevrolet at California.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
4 Kevin Harvick (thru 2021)

 

Stewart-Haas Racing Ford
  • Busch Beer/Busch Light
  • Mobil 1
  • Hunt Brothers Pizza
  • Jimmy Johns

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Rodney Childers Tim Fedewa Roush-Yates

Kevin Harvick returns to Stewart-Haas Racing in 2020. No major changes expected to the #4 team.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
6 Ryan Newman
Ross Chastain (Las Vegas, California)
Roush Fenway Racing Ford

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Scott Graves Jason Jarrett Roush-Yates

Ryan Newman returns to Roush Fenway Racing in 2020. Castrol Motor Oil will sign on as a primary sponsor (with the departure of Performance Plus) beginning at Auto Club. Koch Industries will sponsor Newman in the Busch Clash & Daytona 500 in February. Oscar Mayer & Wyndham Resorts have also signed on for multiple races in 2020. Ross Chastain will replace Ryan Newman in the races that he will miss due to injury in a crash on the last lap of the Daytona 500. No timetable for Newman’s return.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
8 Tyler Reddick [R] Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet
  • Caterpillar
  • Tame The Beast (Las Vegas I)
  • I Am Second (California)

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Randall Burnett Derek Kneeland ECR Engines

Tyler Reddick moves to the NASCAR Cup Series in 2020, battling for Rookie of the Year in one of the most intense ROTY battles in recent memory. Caterpillar will return to the #8 team in 2020 with new driver Tyler Reddick for multiple races. No word on any other sponsors for Tyler Reddick.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
9 Chase Elliott (thru 2022) Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet
  • NAPA Auto Parts
  • Mountain Dew
  • Mountain Dew Zero Sugar (Busch Clash)
  • Hooters (3 races)
  • Kelley Blue Book (2 Races)
  • Unifirst (3 races – Phoenix 1, All-Star, Las Vegas 2)

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Alan Gustafson Eddie D’Hondt Hendrick Motorsports

Chase Elliott returns to Hendrick Motorsports for his fifth NASCAR Cup Series campaign. NAPA Auto Parts will return for the majority of the races, while Hooters & Kelley Blue Book will pick up their occasional race. Unifirst will move over from William Byron’s #24 team to sponsor Elliott for three races.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
10 Aric Almirola (thru 2020) Stewart-Haas Racing Ford

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Mike Bugarewicz Joel Edmonds Roush-Yates

Aric Almirola will return to Stewart-Haas Racing in 2020, but with Mike Bugarewicz on top of the No. 10 Pit Box, instead of 2019 Crew Chief Johnny Klausmeier. Smithfield Foods returns to the team once again for between twenty-five and thirty races, while Pure Farmland will sponsor the No. 10 in the Busch Clash.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
11 Denny Hamlin Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota
  • FedEx Express, Freight, Ground, Office

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Chris Gabehart Chris Lambert Toyota Racing Development

Denny Hamlin will return to Joe Gibbs Racing in 2020, looking to capture his first NASCAR Cup Series Chamionship. FedEx will be the primary sponsor for the entirety of the season.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
12 Ryan Blaney Team Penske Ford
  • Menard’s
  • Advance Auto Parts (4 races – Atlanta, Richmond 1, Watkins Glen, Bristol 2)
  • BodyArmour (California)
  • DEX Imaging

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Todd Gordon Josh Williams Roush-Yates

Ryan Blaney returns to Team Penske in 2020, with new Crew Chief Todd Gordon. Menard’s will return to Blaney’s #12, sporting many different brands on the hood of the #12 including PEAK & Jack Link’s. BodyArmour and DEX Imaging will also return for multiple races in 2020, along with new sponsor Advanced Auto Parts.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
13 Ty Dillon Germain Racing Chevrolet
  • GEICO (32 races)

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Matt Borland Chris Monez ECR Engines

Ty Dillon returns to Germain Racing for the 2020 Season, accompanied by long-time team sponsor GEICO Insurance, who will be the primary sponsor in the majority of the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series Season.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
14 Clint Bowyer (thru 2020) Stewart-Haas Racing Ford
  • Rush Truck Centers
  • Haas Automation
  • Mobil 1
  • PEAK/Blu Def

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John Klausmeier Brett Griffin Roush-Yates

Clint Bowyer returns to Stewart-Haas Racing in 2020, returning to the Cup Series grid with sponsors Rush Truck Centers and Mobil 1. HAAS Automation is expected to be the primary sponsor for Clint Bowyer in multiple races over the course of the season.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
15 Brennan Poole [R] Premium Motorsports Chevrolet
  • Spartan Mosquito (17 Races)
  • GOETTL Signs (3 Races)
Pat Tryson Randy Bradshaw ECR Engines

Brennan Poole will be one of seven rookies campaigning for Rookie of the Year honors in 2020, driving full-time in the #15 for Premium Motorsports in 2020. Spartan Mosquito has signed on as Poole’s primary sponsor for seventeen races including the Daytona 500. GOETTL Signs joins Premium Motorsports and Brennan Poole for three races in 2020, including both Las Vegas races and the season-finale at Phoenix.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
17 Chris Buescher Roush Fenway Racing Ford
  • Fastenal (17 races)
  • Fifth Third Bank (5 races)
  • SunnyD

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Luke Lambert Mike Herman Jr. Roush-Yates

Chris Buescher moves over to Roush Fenway Racing full-time in 2020, driving the #17 Ford Mustang. Fastenal, Fifth Third Bank & SunnyD will all be retained by Roush Fenway Racing and will sponsor Chris Buescher throughout the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series season. Luke Lambert will move over from Richard Childress Racing to be the crew chief for Buescher.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
18 Kyle Busch Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota
  • M&Ms
  • Skittles
  • Snickers
  • Pedigree
  • Interstate Batteries
  • Sport Clips (Phoenix I)

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Adam Stevens Tony Hirschman Toyota Racing Development

Kyle Busch returns to Joe Gibbs Racing in 2020. No major changes are expected with the #18 Toyota.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
19 Martin Truex Jr.

 

Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota
  • Bass Pro Shops (24 Races)
  • Auto Owners Insurance (8 Races)
  • SiriusXM (5 Races)
  • Sport Clips (Dover I)

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James Small Clayton Hughes Toyota Racing Development

Martin Truex, Jr. returns to Joe Gibbs Racing for a second season in the #19 Toyota. Cole Pearn announced he was stepping away from the position of crew chief on the #19, taking time to focus on his family. James Small was named as the replacement shortly thereafter. Bass Pro Shops returns to the team for twenty-four races, with Auto Owners Insurance covering eight and SiruisXM covering the remaining five races.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
20 Erik Jones Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota
  • DeWalt
  • Sport Clips (5 races)
  • Craftsman
  • Resers
  • Stanley Tools
  • IRWIN Tools

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Chris Gayle Rick Carelli Toyota Racing Development

Erik Jones signs a contract extension to remain with Joe Gibbs Racing for the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series season. Stanley Tools, DeWalt & Sport Clips will all return to sponsor the #20 throughout 2020. Stanley Black & Decker will have multiple brands on the No. 20 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota Camry throughout the 2020 NASCAR Season, including DeWalt, Craftsman, Stanley & IRWIN Tools.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
21 Matt DiBenedetto (thru 2020) Wood Brothers Racing Ford
  • Menards
  • Motorcraft/Quick Lane

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Greg Erwin Doug Campbell Roush-Yates

Matt DiBenedetto moves to Wood Brothers Racing in a one-year agreement, after the retirement of Paul Menard after 2019. Menard’s will remain with the #21 team in 2020, sponsoring DiBenedetto alongside longtime Wood Brothers sponsor Motorcraft/Quick Lane.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
22 Joey Logano

 

Team Penske Ford
  • Shell/Pennzoil
  • Pennzoil
  • AAA
  • Autotrader.com

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Paul Wolfe TJ Majors Roush-Yates

Joey Logano returns to Team Penske in 2020, with new crew chief Paul Wolfe. Shell/Pennzoil will return to sponsor the majority of the schedule for the #22 Ford, while AAA, AutoTrader.com & Pennzoil will also return for select races in 2020.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
24 William Byron Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet

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Chad Knaus Tab Boyd Hendrick Motorsports

William Byron returns to the historic #24 in 2020 for his third full-time NASCAR Cup Series Season with Hendrick Motorsports. Axalta returns for a twenty-two race schedule in 2020, increasing their presence dramatically from 2019, while Liberty University & Hertz Car Rentals will fill out the remaining sixteen races of the schedule. Axalta, Byron & Hendrick Motorsports will honor NBA legend Kobe Bryant in the NASCAR Cup Series Race at California.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
27* Reed Sorenson Premium Motorsports Chevrolet Unknown Peter Sospenzo Joe Campbell Unknown

Multiple Drivers are expected to pilot the No. 27 Premium Motorsports Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE throughout the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series Season.

Reed Sorenson ran at Daytona.
The team elected to skip Las Vegas & California.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
32 Corey LaJoie Go Fas Racing Ford
  • Schluter Systems (6 races)
  • Keen Parts/CorvetteParts.net (8 Races)
  • Pala Casino (2 Races)
  • RagingBull.com (Daytona 500)

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Ryan Sparks David Pepper Roush-Yates

Corey LaJoie returns full-time to GoFas Racing’s #32 Ford Mustang entry in 2020, with Ryan Sparks calling the shots for LaJoie. The team will have an enhanced alliance with Stewart-Haas Racing in 2020. Schulter Systems will return for six races in 2020, with Keen Parts taking their traditional eight race schedule. RagingBull.com will sponsor the #32 in the Daytona 500, while Pala Casino joins the team for two races in 2020 at Auto Club and the season finale at Phoenix.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
34 Michael McDowell Front Row Motorsports Ford
  • Love’s Travel Stops
Drew Blickensderfer Rocky Ryan Roush-Yates

Michael McDowell returns to Front Row Motorsports in 2020, sporting the colors of longtime Front Row Motorsports partner Love’s Travel Shops in multiple races in 2020. FR8 Auctions is expected to return for their annual primary sponsorship at Atlanta Motor Speedway this season as well.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
37 Ryan Preece JTG Daugherty Racing Chevrolet
  • Cottonelle (3 Races)
  • Natural Light (Las Vegas I)

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Trent Owens Brandon Lines Hendrick Motorsports

Ryan Preece will return to JTG-Daugherty Racing in 2020, switching from the teams #47 entry to the #37 entry for 2020. Cottonelle will adorn the #37 Chevrolet in three races this season, beginning with the Daytona 500. Natural Light sponsored the No. 37 at Las Vegas in March.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
38 John Hunter Nemechek
Rookie
Front Row Motorsports Ford
  • Fire Alarm Services (4 Races)
  • SpeedyCash (3+ Races)
  • Romco Equipment
  • CITGARD (5 Races)
  • Mystick Lubricants

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Seth Barbour Chris Osbourne Roush-Yates

John Hunter Nemechek joins Front Row Motorsports in 2020, fighting for Rookie of the Year honors. Seth Barbour will be the crew chief. Fire Alarm Services will pick up four races. CITGARD will pick up five races, including the Daytona 500. Speedy Cash will return for at least three races. Mystick Lubricants is expected to return as well.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
41 Cole Custer [R] Stewart-Haas Racing Ford
  • Haas Automation
  • Production Alliance Group

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Mike Shiplett Andy Houston Roush-Yates

Cole Custer moves up to the NASCAR Cup Series in 2020, battling for Rookie of the Year honors in the #41 for Stewart-Haas Racing. Mike Shiplett will be on top of the box for Custer, moving with him up to the Cup Series. HAAS Automation will likely sponsor the majority of the season, with other sponsors to be announced. Production Alliance Group joins Custer’s Rookie of The Year Battle as primary sponsor of the No. 41 in multiple races.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
42 Kyle Larson (thru 2020) Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet
  • Credit One
  • AdventHealth (Busch Clash, Kansas II)
  • McDonald’s
Chad Johnston Tony Raines Hendrick Motorsports

2020 Chili Bowl Winner Kyle Larson will return to Chip Ganassi Racing in 2020 with Chad Johnston back on top of the box for the 2020 Cup Series season. Advent Health signs on for primary sponsorship of two races in 2020, beginning with the Busch Clash at Daytona. McDonald’s has recently been seen on the #42 hauler, indicating that they will return as a primary sponsor in 2020.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
43 Bubba Wallace (thru 2020) Richard Petty Motorsports Chevrolet
  • World Wide Technology
  • US Air Force (Daytona 500)
  • Victory Junction (California)
  • Coca-Cola Energy (Las Vegas I)

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Jerry Baxter Freddie Kraft ECR Engines

Darrell Wallace, Jr. returns to Richard Petty Motorsports’ #43 in 2020, reuniting with former crew chief Jerry Baxter for the full NASCAR Cup Series season. World Wide Technology will return to the team in 2020, as well as U.S. Air Force, who will take on primary sponsorship for the Daytona 500, and additional races. Coke Energy sponsored the No. 43 Chevrolet at Las Vegas in March. Victory Junction returns as a primary sponsor starting at California.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
47 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. JTG Daugherty Racing Chevrolet
  • Kroger
Brian Pattie Frank Deiny Hendrick Motorsports

Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. moves over to JTG-Daugherty Racing for 2020, taking crew chief Brian Pattie with him to the #47. Kroger will be the primary sponsor on the #47 team for most, if not all of the season in 2020.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
48 Jimmie Johnson Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet
  • Ally Financial

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Cliff Daniels Earl Barban Hendrick Motorsports

Jimmie Johnson returns to Hendrick Motorsports for one last full-time NASCAR Cup Series campaign, after announcing that he will retire from full-time Cup Series racing after 2020. Ally Financial will return as primary sponsor for the full season, signing a multi-year extension with Hendrick Motorsports for primary sponsorship through the 2023 season.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
51
  • Joey Gase (Daytona)
  • Garrett Smithley (Las Vegas I, California)
Rick Ware Racing Chevrolet
  • EFX Corporation / Page Construction (Daytona 500)

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Jason Houghtailing Brian Crammer Unknown

Multiple Drivers are expected to share the No. 51 for Rick Ware Racing throughout the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series Season.

Joey Gase ran at Daytona.
Garrett Smithley ran at Las Vegas I, California.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
52
  • B.J. McLeod (Daytona 500)
  • J.J. Yeley (Las Vegas I, California)
Rick Ware Racing Ford TBA TBA Tony Micale Unknown

Multiple Drivers are expected to share the No. 52 for Rick Ware Racing throughout the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series Season.

B.J. McLeod ran Daytona.
J.J. Yeley ran Las Vegas I, California.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
36/53
  • David Ragan (Daytona)
  • Joey Gase (Las Vegas I, California)
Rick Ware Racing Ford SelectBlinds (Daytona) Lee Leslie Tony Cosentino Unknown

Multiple Drivers are expected to share the No. 53 for Rick Ware Racing throughout the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series Season. Team ran No. 36 at Daytona in a partnership between themselves and Front Row Motorsports

David Ragan ran Daytona (No. 36; partnership with Front Row Motorsports)
Joey Gase ran Las Vegas I, California.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
66* Timmy Hill MBM Motorsports Ford (Daytona 500)

Toyota

  • VSI Racing/RoofClaim.com (Daytona 500)
  • RoofClaim.com (Select Races)

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Steven Idol James Coleman Roush Yates (Daytona 500)

Race Engines Plus

Timmy Hill will be one of two unchartered teams running the full-schedule in 2020, driving the #66 for Motorsports Business Management. RoofClaim.com has signed on for multiple races in 2020, beginning with a co-primary with VSI Racing for the Daytona 500.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
77
  • Ross Chastain (Daytona 500, Coca-Cola 600)
  • Reed Sorenson (Las Vegas I, California)
Spire Motorsports Chevrolet AdventHealth (2 races – Daytona 500, Charlotte) Tommy Baldwin Lorin Ranier Unknown

Multiple Drivers are expected to share the No. 77 Spire Motorsports Chevrolet througout the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series Season.

Ross Chastain is scheduled to run the Daytona 500 and Coca-Cola 600 (in partnership with AdventHealth and CGR)
Reed Sorenson ran Las Vegas I, California.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
88 Alex Bowman Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet

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Greg Ives Kevin Hamlin Hendrick Motorsports

Alex Bowman returns to the Hendrick Motorsports #88 in 2020, with crew chief Greg Ives. Chevrolet Accessories and their various brands will combine for twenty-six races on board the #88, while Axalta, Valvoline, Cincinnati, Inc. & Llumar will fill out the remaining events on Bowman’s ride for 2020.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
95 Christopher Bell [R] Leavine Family Racing Toyota
  • Procore (6 races – Daytona 500 + 5 more)
  • Rheem
  • Dumont Jets (Unconfirmed)
  • WRL General Contractors (Unconfirmed)

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Jason Ratcliff Stevie Reeves Toyota Racing Development

Christopher Bell moves to the NASCAR Cup Series in 2020, driving the #95 for Leavine Family Racing, bringing XFINITY Crew Chief Jason Ratcliff with him. The team will have an enhanced Joe Gibbs Racing alliance for the 2020 season. Bell brings sponsorship from Rheem to the 95 team, while longtime LFR sponsor Procore will return to the team for six races in 2020, including the Daytona 500.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
96* Daniel Suarez Gaunt Brothers Racing Toyota
  • CommScope
  • Coca-Cola
  • Toyota Express Maintenance (3+ Races)
Dave Winston Steve Barkdoll Toyota Racing Development

After months and months of speculation, Daniel Suarez will join Gaunt Brothers Racing in 2020, for the full season driving the teams #96 Toyota Camry. Dave Winston will be the crew chief for the teams first full-time effort in their history.

PART-TIME TEAMS

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
16* Justin Haley Kaulig Racing Chevrolet
  • Fraternal Order of Eagles
Billy Scott Keith Barnwell ECR Engines

2019 Coke Zero 400 Winner Justin Haley will try to double up on Daytona NASCAR Cup Series wins for the Daytona 500, with Haley’s XFINITY team Kaulig Racing fielding the #16 Fraternal Order of Eagles Chevrolet.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
49* Chad Finchum MBM Motorsports Toyota
  • Garrison Homes/Toyota Knoxville

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Douglas Richert Stephen Leicht Race Engines Plus

Chad Finchum will attempt to make the Daytona 500 with his XFINITY Series Team MBM Motorsports. No word on any additional races for Chad Finchum in the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series Season.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
54*
  • JJ Yeley (Daytona 500)
Rick Ware Racing Ford (Daytona 500) N/A Michael Hillman Tyler Monn Unknown

J.J. Yeley will run the full-season for Rick Ware Racing in 2020, driving the #54 in the Daytona 500. Yeley will presumably move around from car to car throughout the season.

CAR NO. DRIVER TEAM MANUFACTURER SPONSORS CREW CHIEF SPOTTER ENGINES
62* Brendan Gaughan (4 Races) Beard Motorsports Chevrolet Beard Oil/South Point Resort & Casino Darren Shaw Ron Lewis Jr. ECR Engines

Brendan Gaughan will make his final four NASCAR Cup Series starts in 2020, driving the four restrictor-plate races for Beard Motorsports in the #62.

* indicates teams without a Charter

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