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Veteran will drive No. 33 Chevrolet in season finale RELATED: Play NASCAR Fantasy Live " Sign up for RaceView today Richard Childress Racing announced Wednesday that it has signed second-generation driver Scott Lagasse Jr . to NASCAR Nationwide Series duty for the season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway . Lagasse, scheduled to make just his third Nationwide start of the year, will drive the team's No. 33 Chevrolet in the Nov. 15 Ford EcoBoost 300 (4:30 p.m. ET, ESPN2). "I'm honored for the opportunity to drive the RCR No. 33 Chevrolet," Lagasse said. "Mr. Childress runs a first-class organization, from his team all the way down to the equipment he provides for them." Nick Harrison will serve as crew chief for the No. 33 effort, which will carry sponsorship from the Florida Department of Transportation's "Alert Today Alive Tomorrow" program and the Boy Scouts of America. The car has run on a part-time basis alongside Childress' three full-time teams, fielded for drivers Ty Dillon , Brendan Gaughan and Brian Scott . Rookie Cale Conley has driven the No. 33 in 11 races, Paul Menard in seven (including a victory at Michigan in June), and defending NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion Matt Crafton in one. The 33-year-old St. Augustine, Florida native is the son of former racer Scott Lagasse, who enjoyed his most successful stint in NASCAR as a full-time competitor in the truck series' inaugural season in 1995. MORE: READ: Latest Chase news PLAY: Monitor your Chase Grid Game picks WATCH: Latest NASCAR video FOLLOW LIVE: Get RaceView FULL SERIES COVERAGE • Latest news • Standings • Schedule
Rookie locked up title in Phoenix last weekend; coronation came in Florida MORE: Chase Elliott's championship timeline HOMESTEAD, Fla. -- It wasn't the way Chase Elliott had hoped to end the 2014 season. But with the NASCAR Nationwide Series title already in hand, Saturday night's 17th-place finish in the Ford EcoBoost 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway stung only so much. "Definitely disappointed. It's my fault for sure," Elliott said long after being presented the 2014 championship trophy from NASCAR President Mike Helton. "We could have come home with a top-five (finish), maybe even a top-four. "Had I not put it in the fence there, on the race track and during my (celebratory) burnout, then it would have been a pretty good night." A rash of cautions during the second half of the scheduled 200-lap race and a gamble to stay out under yellow on one occasion didn't knock the JR Motorsports driver out of contention. But contact with the wall with less than 10 laps remaining proved to be a bit more difficult to overcome. "Lack of a driver there at the end," said Elliott, who had wrapped up the series championship a week earlier with a fifth-place finish at Phoenix International Raceway . "We had a really fast car tonight and we tried to do something different. It only takes one thing -- if that run goes green, then we are in a great position and everybody else is in a bad spot. When you're one of the only people on pit road that can work one of two ways, and unfortunately it didn't go our way. So we had to bite the bullet and stay out there toward the end on tires. "Lost a lot of track position, finally got back on equal tires and … drove back up to fight with Kyle (Busch) for fifth." NASCAR Sprint Cup Series regular Matt Kenseth won the season-ending race, with Busch and Kyle Larson taking second and third. Ryan Blaney and Chris Buescher completed the top five. JRM teammate Regan Smith , Elliott's chief competition for the title down the stretch, finished sixth in the race and second in points. With the last race run, he finished 42 points behind the Dawsonville, Georgia, native. Joe Gibbs Racing driver Elliott Sadler (-59) finished third in points while Richard Childress Racing drivers Brian Scott (-59) and fellow rookie Ty Dillon (-65) rounded out the top five in the final standings. The son of 1988 NASCAR premier series champion Bill Elliott , the 18-year-old Elliott became the first driver in a national NASCAR series to win the championship as well as rookie of the year honors in the same season. "We had a solid night," crew chief Greg Ives said. "We didn't finish where we wanted to. … When Chase gets back to 25th, 28th, whatever, that I put him there on those pit stops, it's an opportunity for him to grow and learn, and part of it is just keeping it together through the whole race. "That's a mental challenge on his part, mental challenge on the whole team's part, to make that happen. I couldn't be more proud of what he was able to do, to drive it back to contending for a top-five. … He's going to give it all he's got." It was the first owners' championship for JRM, owned by Dale Earnhardt Jr ., Kelley Earnhardt Miller and Rick Hendrick. JRM and Hendrick combined resources in 2008, with the goal of the collaborative effort being to groom talent and help employees progress up the ladder. "Dale and I talked about it … how we could use the company to grow young people, and Dale has always liked to give young drivers a chance, and I've always admired him for that," said Hendrick, owner of the Sprint Cup organization for which Earnhardt Jr. drives. "I've known these two since they were kids, and we've raced together, we've been together, and to see them get the championship really is rewarding to me inside. "To see Chase -- I said I wasn't going to do any more driver development, and then signed him when he was like 15, and boy, he's been unbelievable." MORE: READ: Latest Chase news PLAY: Monitor your Chase Grid Game picks WATCH: Latest NASCAR video FOLLOW LIVE: Get RaceView FULL SERIES COVERAGE • Latest news • Standings • Schedule
Tune in: Ford EcoBoost 400, 3 p.m. ET Sunday on ESPN RELATED: Follow your picks in the Chase Battle Grid Presented by Toyota Sprint Cup Series Practice 2 " Results Kevin Harvick continued to produce faster times around Homestead-Miami Speedway than the other three NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship contenders on Saturday. In fact, Harvick was faster than everyone else, too, in the day's first session at the 1.5-mile track. In the No. 4 Chevrolet for Stewart-Haas Racing, Harvick posted a best speed of 175.069 mph in the first of two scheduled 50-minute sessions. That was better than Denny Hamlin (fifth, 173.969 mph), Joey Logano (sixth, 173.589 mph) and Ryan Newman (12th, 172.712 mph). Newman had trouble that extended beyond being the slowest of the group, too. He came to his pit stall so his crew could look at his No. 31 after radioing in that "something broke." FOX Sports 1's Wendy Venturini reported that the team fixed the busted bead blower on his right front tire, but damage to the splitter would require the crew to replace it between practice sessions. Following Harvick, and rounding out the top-five fastest of the session, were Jeff Gordon in second (175.029 mph), followed by Brad Keselowski (174.498 mph), Jimmie Johnson (174.222 mph) and Hamlin. Gordon won the Coors Light Pole Award on Friday night. Earlier this weekend, Harvick led the other three title contenders in Friday's opening practice, then qualified best among the group Friday night. His No. 4 Chevrolet will line up fifth in Sunday's Ford EcoBoost 400 (3 p.m. ET, ESPN). Hamlin will start the race eighth, with Logano in ninth. Newman qualified 21st. Saturday's opening practice session -- the second of the weekend -- was delayed early on when the No. 33 of Brian Scott dropped fluid on the track. Sprint Cup Series Practice 3 " Get results Jimmie Johnson led the final NASCAR Sprint Cup Series practice of the season Saturday, a 50-minute session at Homestead-Miami Speedway in which the four drivers in contention for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship all finished inside the top 15. Johnson's speed of 175.200 mph in his No. 48 Chevrolet paced all cars, and "Six-Time" was the only driver to top the 175-mph mark. He led teammate Kasey Kahne , who logged a spot of 174.820 mph. Kurt Busch, AJ Allmendinger and Matt Kenseth rounded out the top five. Joey Logano finished seventh (173.127 mph), just ahead of fellow championship hopeful Kevin Harvick (173.099 mph). It was the only time all weekend there was on-track activity in which Harvick was not the fastest of the Chase cars. He topped the other three drivers (and finished second overall) in Friday's opening practice, qualified fifth for Sunday's race and set the pace in Saturday's first practice. Ryan Newman, whose team planned to swap his splitter in between practice sessions, finished 12th -- matching his placement from the day's first practice -- at 172.806 mph. Denny Hamlin was 13th at 172.756 mph. There was a brief caution period when Kyle Larson spun in Turn 4 coming to pit road. The Ford EcoBoost 400 is scheduled for Sunday at 3 p.m. ET on ESPN. MORE: READ: Latest Chase news PLAY: Monitor your Chase Grid Game picks WATCH: Latest NASCAR video FOLLOW LIVE: Get RaceView FULL CHASE COVERAGE • Chase hub page • Chase Grid games • #MyChaseNation
Watch the season finale: 4:30 p.m. ET (ESPN2) RELATED: Full lineup His Team Penske teammate had been faster Friday, but Brad Keselowski sped to the Coors Light Pole Award during group qualifying Saturday at Homestead-Miami Speedway . Keselowski's speed of 166.384 mph puts him on the pole for the Ford EcoBoost 300 . It's Keselowski's fifth series pole of the season and 19th of his career. Ryan Blaney, in the No. 12 Ford, had previously paced both Friday practice sessions and was fastest in the second round of group qualifying. He will line up fifth. Kyle Larson qualified second at 166.353 mph, with Matt Kenseth (166.006 mph) third and Elliott Sadler (165.827 mph) fourth. Chase Elliott, who locked up the 2014 NASCAR Nationwide Series championship last week, will start 14th. He finished 24th in the opening round and was the last car to advance in group qualifying. Elliott's JR Motorsports teammate Regan Smith , who is second in the standings, will start 15th. Smith has a 13-point lead over Brian Scott in the battle to finish second in the final standings. Derrike Cope, Ryan Ellis , Johnny Jackson, Kevin Lepage and Martin Roy did not qualify. The Ford EcoBoost 300 is scheduled to begin at 4:30 p.m. ET Saturday and will be televised on ESPN2.
Final four drivers offer their Saturday plans, what they think of their cars RELATED: Follow your picks in the Chase Battle Grid Presented by Toyota HOMESTEAD, Fla. -- The final preparations for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship race are complete with Saturday afternoon's two 50-minute practice sessions featuring a pair of near-misses but no major incident for the four title-contending drivers. The next time the quartet hits the track at Homestead-Miami Speedway , it will be for the chance to hoist the Sprint Cup trophy for the first time in their careers. Their pre-race track time complete, the only thing left for Kevin Harvick , Denny Hamlin , Joey Logano and Ryan Newman before their Sunday showdown is to relax, rest and get in the right frame of mind for the season-ending Ford EcoBoost 400 (3 p.m. ET, ESPN). All four were among the top 15 in Saturday's two practice sessions, hinting that they'll settle their final championship battle near the front of the pack. A glance at how NASCAR's final four fared on the eve of the season finale, in order of Sunday's starting position: Kevin Harvick, Stewart-Haas Racing No. 4 Chevrolet Starting position: 5th. Saturday's practice: 1st in second practice; 8th in final practice. Saturday recap: Harvick was consistent in the amount of laps he ran, completing 30 in Saturday's first session and running 29 in the final practice. His speed, though, dipped from a high-water mark of 175.200 mph early to 173.099 mph late. "We never got the balance right to run it really far enough into the run, to run 20 or 25 laps," Harvick said. Down time: Harvick was concise in predicting his evening activities, offering a one-word answer: "Eat!" Sunday's outlook: Harvick starts nearest to the front of any championship hopeful, but said there's still work to be done to get the handling just right on his No. 4 entry. "Yeah, we struggled getting the balance right, and I don't think we've really hit it exactly where we need it to be yet," Harvick said. "So, we'll go back through the stuff that everybody did on our cars and definitely try to improve for tomorrow." Denny Hamlin, Joe Gibbs Racing No. 11 Toyota Starting position: 8th. Saturday's practice: 5th in second practice; 13th in final practice. Saturday recap: Hamlin avoided trouble at the end of the final practice session when he dipped his tires onto the grass as he overshot the access road below the track apron. Though he said that the car's ensuing slide was "pretty exciting for a little while," he was pleased with the car's capabilities, especially if lengthy green-flag stretches develop Sunday. "The car was good. It's definitely gaining on some things," Hamlin said. "Feel pretty good about it. It's definitely a long run car -- feels really good on the long run." Down time: Hamlin turns 34 years old on Tuesday and there would be no better birthday present than a first championship at NASCAR's top level. Before his actual birthdate, the Virginia native planned on an early celebration before Sunday's big day. "Pretty much have birthday dinner and relax," Hamlin said. "Come in here in the morning ready to go." Sunday's outlook: Hamlin projected a care-free approach in events leading up to Sunday's finale, but it's also translated into his determination to erase the heartbreak of past defeats. "As high as it should be," Hamlin said of his confidence level. "We've got a car that we can compete with and that's the main thing. You worry when you come down here if it's going to be like it was or how it was previous years and how it was in the test, but it's pretty good." Joey Logano, Team Penske No. 22 Ford Starting position: 9th. Saturday's practice: 6th in second practice; 7th in final practice. Saturday recap: Logano was right on the edges of the top five in both 50-minute practices Saturday, with his best lap in the final session less than a tenth of a second slower than his early speed. Logano said his Team Penske crew will lean heavily on the information it gathered in a two-day test session here at the end of October, but that the team learned plenty in this weekend's practice about running different grooves on the Homestead track. "I still think the top is preferred for everybody," Logano said, "but you have to be able to move around a little bit and I feel like our car can do that." Down time: Logano offered a detailed description of what the hours ahead would hold, including the likelihood of a pineapple chicken dish prepared by his fiancé, Brittany. "I will do the same thing I do any other time except hopefully we are celebrating a (team owner) championship on the Nationwide side," Logano said. "That would be a good thing. From here I will go debrief with (crew chief) Todd (Gordon) and get a read on what our car did. We will go to our team meeting and make some good adjustments for tomorrow and then watch the Nationwide race. I suppose later I will watch some TV and then go to sleep. The Nationwide celebration should go fairly late and we will enjoy that. That is a lot of hard work so hopefully we are able to do that. Then we will go home -- I say home, but to the motor home -- and we will have some dinner. Brittany and I will talk. We have been watching 'Boy Meets World' like nobody's business so we will probably watch an episode of that and go to sleep." Sunday's outlook: Despite the pressure-packed intensity of the season finale, Logano insists his team won't deviate from the game plan that's worked for 35 races so far this season. "I think we treat it like any other Sunday. Why change what we have been doing? We will approach it the same. Obviously there will probably be a couple extra thoughts that we don't typically have, a couple of moments of reflection. We have had those moments and raced the last few weeks with those thoughts in our minds of what we need to do to get through the Chase. We will just keep it how we have been doing things." Ryan Newman, Richard Childress Racing No. 31 Chevrolet Starting position: 21st. Saturday's practice: 12th in second practice; 12th in final practice. Saturday recap: Newman escaped one of the close calls from the first practice session. Shortly after Brian Scott pulled his car off the track with engine failure, Newman reported to his RCR crew that he'd run over a piece of debris. The team replaced a rattling bead blower fan and changed out the scratched-up splitter in a fairly minor repair job. Overall, though, he hoped for improvement on Sunday after posting the slowest average over the two Saturday practices of any of the Championship 4. "It could have gone better, but we got a lot of good information," Newman said. "Still just working on the balance of the race car a little bit and making it so it's fast. It seems like I can put it anywhere, just got to get a little bit more speed out of the car doing that." Down time: Newman's night before the championship doesn't look much different than a Saturday evening for many of the tailgating fans camping out on the Homestead-Miami grounds. Newman said he planned on a small cookout near his motorcoach, spending time with friends and family. "I don't ever have a high-pressure night," Newman said. "Just try to keep an even keel, I guess." Sunday's outlook: Despite starting midpack in Sunday's 400, Newman hasn't let his position on the grid pose a concern. Though he's heard the label of underdog applied to him in the days leading up to the season finale, Newman starts Sunday on even footing in terms of the points standings. "Oh, confidence isn't an issue," Newman said. "We are having fun. Our starting spot is not where we want to be, but our finishing spot hopefully is a lot better." MORE: READ: Latest Chase news PLAY: Monitor your Chase Grid Game picks WATCH: Latest NASCAR video FOLLOW LIVE: Get RaceView FULL CHASE COVERAGE • Chase hub page • Chase Grid games • #MyChaseNation
See who will compete in the Sprint Cup Series season finale RELATED: Follow your picks in the Chase Battle Grid Presented by Toyota Entry # Driver Owner Crew chief Manufacturer Sponsor 1 1 Jamie McMurray Felix Sabates Keith Rodden 14 Chevrolet Cessna 2 2 Brad Keselowski Roger Penske Paul Wolfe 14 Ford Miller Lite 3 3 Austin Dillon Richard Childress Gil Martin 14 Chevrolet Dow 4 4 Kevin Harvick Tony Stewart Rodney Childers 14 Chevrolet Budweiser 5 5 Kasey Kahne Linda Hendrick Kenny Francis 14 Chevrolet Great Clips 6 7 Michael Annett Tommy Baldwin Kevin Manion 14 Chevrolet Pilot Flying J 7 9 Marcos Ambrose Richard Petty Drew Blickensderfer 14 Ford STANLEY 8 10 Danica Patrick Tony Stewart Daniel Knost 14 Chevrolet Florida Lottery / GoDaddy 9 11 Denny Hamlin J D Gibbs Darian Grubb 14 Toyota FedEx Express 10 13 Casey Mears Bob Germain Bootie Barker III 14 Chevrolet No. 13 GEICO Chevrolet SS 11 14 Tony Stewart Margaret Haas Chad Johnston 14 Chevrolet Bass Pro Shops / Mobil 1 12 15 Clint Bowyer Rob Kauffman Brian Pattie 14 Toyota 5-Hour Energy 13 16 Greg Biffle Jack Roush Matt Puccia 14 Ford 3M 14 17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr John Henry Michael Kelley 14 Ford Fastenal 15 18 Kyle Busch Joe Gibbs Dave Rogers 14 Toyota M&M's 16 20 Matt Kenseth Joe Gibbs Jason Ratcliff 14 Toyota Dollar General 17 21 Trevor Bayne(i) Glen Wood Donnie Wingo 14 Ford Motorcraft/Quick Lane Tire & Auto Center 18 22 Joey Logano Walter Czarnecki Todd Gordon 14 Ford Shell Pennzoil 19 23 Alex Bowman Ron Devine Dave Winston 14 Toyota Dip Your Car 20 24 Jeff Gordon Rick Hendrick Alan Gustafson 14 Chevrolet Drive To End Hunger 21 26 Cole Whitt Anthony Marlowe Randy Cox 14 Toyota Speed Stick Gear 22 27 Paul Menard Richard Childress Justin Alexander 14 Chevrolet Richmond / Menards 23 31 Ryan Newman Richard Childress Luke Lambert 14 Chevrolet Caterpillar 24 32 Blake Koch(i) Frank Stoddard Jr Clinton Cram 14 Ford LeafFilter.com 25 33 Brian Scott (i) Joe Falk Mike Hillman Jr 14 Chevrolet TBA 26 34 David Ragan Bob Jenkins Derrick Finley 14 Ford The Pete Store 27 36 Reed Sorenson Allan Heinke Todd Parrott 14 Chevrolet TBA 28 38 David Gilliland Brad Jenkins Jay Guy 14 Ford MDS TRANSPORT 29 40 Landon Cassill(i) Michael Hillman Mark Hillman 14 Chevrolet Harvey Gulf 30 41 Kurt Busch Gene Haas Tony Gibson 14 Chevrolet Haas Automation 31 42 Kyle Larson Chip Ganassi Chris Heroy 14 Chevrolet Target 32 43 Aric Almirola Richard Petty Trent Owens 14 Ford Smithfield Foods 33 47 A J Allmendinger Tad Geschickter Brian Burns 14 Chevrolet Hungry Jack 34 48 Jimmie Johnson Jeff Gordon Chad Knaus 14 Chevrolet Lowe's 35 51 Justin Allgaier Harry Scott Jr Steve Addington 14 Chevrolet BRANDT 36 55 Brian Vickers Michael Waltrip Billy Scott 14 Toyota Aaron's Dream Machine 37 66 Brett Moffitt Jay Robinson Scott Eggleston 14 Toyota TBA 38 78 Martin Truex Jr Barney Visser Todd Berrier 14 Chevrolet Furniture Row 39 83 TBA Ron Devine Joe Williams 14 Toyota Dip Your Car 40 88 Dale Earnhardt Jr Rick Hendrick Steve Letarte 14 Chevrolet National Guard 41 95 Michael McDowell Bob Leavine Wally Rogers 14 Ford KLOVE Radio/Thrivent Financial 42 98 Josh Wise Mike Curb Gene Nead 14 Chevrolet Phil Parsons Racing 43 99 Carl Edwards Jack Roush James Fennig 14 Ford Fastenal MORE: READ: Latest Chase news PLAY: Monitor your Chase Grid Game picks WATCH: Latest NASCAR video FOLLOW LIVE: Get RaceView
See who will be on track at Homestead in the final Nationwide Series race RELATED: Play NASCAR Fantasy Live " Sign up for RaceView today Entry # Driver Owner Crew chief Manufacturer Sponsor 1 01 Landon Cassill Johnny Davis Dave Fuge 14 Chevrolet Flex Seal 2 2 Brian Scott Richard Childress Phil Gould 14 Chevrolet Shore Lodge 3 3 Ty Dillon Richard Childress Danny Stockman Jr 14 Chevrolet WESCO 4 4 Jeffrey Earnhardt Gary Keller Gary Cogswell 14 Chevrolet GCL/Polyglass 5 5 Josh Berry Rick Hendrick Ernie Cope 14 Chevrolet Ragu 6 6 Trevor Bayne Jack Roush Chad Norris 14 Ford AdvoCare 7 7 Regan Smith Kelley Earnhardt-Miller Ryan Pemberton 14 Chevrolet TaxSlayer.com 8 9 Chase Elliott Dale Earnhardt Jr Greg Ives 14 Chevrolet NAPA AUTO PARTS 9 10 Ross Chastain(i) Mark Smith Bruce Cook 14 Toyota watermelon.org 10 11 Elliott Sadler J D Gibbs Chris Gayle 14 Toyota OneMain Financial 11 12 Ryan Blaney(i) Roger Penske Greg Erwin 14 Ford Discount Tire 12 14 Eric McClure Mark Smith Wes Ward 14 Toyota Hefty Ultimate / Reynolds Wrap 13 16 Ryan Reed Jack Roush Seth Barbour 14 Ford ADA Drive to Stop Diabetes presented by Lilly Diabetes 14 17 Tanner Berryhill Adrian Berryhill Daniel Stillman 14 Toyota New Gulf Resources 15 19 Mike Bliss Mark Smith Paul Clapprood 14 Toyota Tweaker Energy Shot 16 20 Matt Kenseth(i) Joe Gibbs Kevin Kidd 14 Toyota GameStop 17 22 Brad Keselowski(i) Roger Penske Jeremy Bullins 14 Ford Hertz 18 23 Robert Richardson Jr Robert Richardson Sr George Church 14 Chevrolet TBD 19 25 John Wes Townley(i) Tony Townley Mike Ford 14 Toyota No. 25 Zaxby's Toyota 20 226 Jake Crum(i) Marc Browning Marc Browning 14 Chevrolet MyFreedomSmokes.com 21 28 J J Yeley James Whitener Steve Plattenberger 13 Dodge Texas 28 Spirits Stage 22 31 Dylan Kwasniewski Steve Turner Shannon Rursch 14 Chevrolet Rockstar / AccuDoc 23 33 Scott Lagasse Jr Richard Childress Nick Harrison 14 Chevrolet Grainger 24 36 TBA Beth Baldwin Zach McGowan 14 Chevrolet Accell / East West 25 39 Ryan Sieg Rod Sieg Kevin Starland 14 Chevrolet Huntinator 26 40 Matt Dibenedetto Curtis Key Sr Kyle Symington 14 Chevrolet Curtis Key Plumbing 27 42 Kyle Larson(i) Harry Scott Jr Scott Zipadelli 14 Chevrolet Cartwheel by Target 28 43 Dakoda Armstrong Richard Petty Philippe Lopez 14 Ford WinField 29 44 Blake Koch Mark Smith Greg Conner 14 Toyota Celsius Flo Fusion 30 46 Ryan Ellis Curtis Key Sr Gary Showalter 14 Chevrolet Curtis Key Plumbing 31 51 Jeremy Clements Tony Clements Ricky Pearson 14 Chevrolet All South Electric- Repairable Vehicals 32 52 Joey Gase Jimmy Means Tim Brown 14 Chevrolet TBA 33 54 Kyle Busch(i) J D Gibbs Adam Stevens 14 Toyota Monster Energy 34 55 David Starr Jimmy Dick Jason Miller 14 Chevrolet Niece Eqiupment 35 60 Chris Buescher Jack Roush Scott Graves 14 Ford Humalog 36 62 Brendan Gaughan Richard Childress Shane Wilson 14 Chevrolet South Point 37 70 Derrike Cope Mary Louise Miller Bobby Burrell 14 Chevrolet Charlie's Soap/YOUTHEORY 38 172 John Jackson James Carter Richard Garcia 14 Chevrolet Crash Claims R US 39 74 Kevin Lepage Mike Harmon Gary Ritter 12 Dodge MHR 40 87 Milka Duno Andrea Nemechek Steven Gray 14 Toyota CAN TV 41 190 Martin Roy Michelle Gosselin Mario Gosselin 14 Chevrolet Gamache Truck Center 42 91 Jeff Green Mark Smith Todd Myers 14 Toyota SupportMilitary.org 43 93 Kevin Swindell Gregg Mixon Ken Evans 13 Dodge JGL Racing 44 98 Corey LaJoie(i) Fred Biagi Jon Hanson 14 Ford Medallion Financial/Smithfield 45 99 James Buescher Robby Benton Matthew Lucas 14 Toyota Rheem MORE: READ: Latest Chase news PLAY: Monitor your Chase Grid Game picks WATCH: Latest NASCAR video FOLLOW LIVE: Get RaceView