2017 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Owner Standings
MORE: Monster Energy Series owner standings " XFINITY owner standings Rank Owner Trk # Points Ldr Nxt Race Wins Stage Wins Playoff pts Attempts 1 Kyle Busch 4 93 0 0 1 2 7 2 2 Maurice Gallagher Jr. 21 86 -7 -7 0 2 2 2 3 Duke Thorson 27 86 -7 0 0 0 0 2 4 Maurice Gallagher Jr. 33 78 -15 -8 1 0 5 2 5 Maurice Gallagher Jr. 24 75 -18 -3 0 0 0 2 6 Rhonda Thorson 88 72 -21 -1 0 0 0 2 7 Tom Deloach 17 70 -23 -2 0 0 0 2 8 Maurice Gallagher Jr. 23 63 -30 -7 0 0 0 2 9 Kyle Busch 51 59 -34 -4 0 0 0 2 10 Ricky Benton 92 56 -37 -3 0 0 0 2 11 Brad Keselowski 29 54 -39 -2 0 0 0 2 12 Mike Curb 98 52 -41 -2 0 0 0 2 13 Andrea Nemechek 87 49 -44 -3 0 0 0 2 14 Duke Thorson 13 47 -46 -2 0 0 0 2 15 Joe Nemechek 8 46 -47 -1 0 0 0 2 16 Tom Deloach 7 42 -51 -4 0 0 0 2 17 Matthew Miller 99 36 -57 -6 0 0 0 2 18 Jeff Bolen 66 36 -57 0 0 0 0 2 19 Richard Wauters 5 36 -57 0 0 0 0 2 20 Tim Self 132 35 -58 -1 0 0 0 1 21 Jay Robinson 49 35 -58 0 0 0 0 2 22 Kyle Busch 18 34 -59 -1 0 0 0 2 23 Shigeaki Hattori 16 33 -60 -1 0 0 0 2 24 Randy Young 02 33 -60 0 0 0 0 2 25 Brad Keselowski 19 32 -61 -1 0 0 0 2 26 Tim Self 22 29 -64 -3 0 0 0 1 27 D J Copp 83 24 -69 -5 0 0 0 2 28 Chris Larsen 52 24 -69 0 0 0 0 2 29 Al Niece 45 20 -73 -4 0 0 0 2 30 Mark Beaver 50 20 -73 0 0 0 0 2 31 Mike Mittler 63 16 -77 -4 0 0 0 1 32 Craig Martins 44 14 -79 -2 0 0 0 2 33 Mark Rette 130 12 -81 -2 0 0 0 1 34 Tracy Lowe 1 10 -83 -2 0 0 0 2 35 Rick Ware 12 9 -84 -1 0 0 0 2 36 Clay Greenfield 68 8 -85 -1 0 0 0 1 37 Charles Henderson 75 6 -87 -2 0 0 0 2 38 Chris Fontaine 47 0 -93 -6 0 0 0 1 39 Norm Benning 6 0 -93 0 0 0 0 1 40 Jim Rosenblum 28 0 -93 0 0 0 0 1 41 Mike Harmon 74 0 -93 0 0 0 0 1 42 Jennifer Jo Cobb 10 0 -93 0 0 0 0 1
Kaz Grala sneaks by last-lap 'Big One' for win at Daytona
RELATED: Race results " Series standings " Detailed breakdown DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- In the space of 100 laps, Kaz Grala went from youngest NASCAR national series pole winner at Daytona International Speedway to youngest NASCAR national series race winner at Daytona. What happened between the first green flag and the checkers, however, could fill volumes. Miraculously, Grala slipped through a wild wreck on the backstretch on the final lap of Friday night's NextEra Energy Resources 250 to win the first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race contested in stages under NASCAR's new competition format. That final wreck, ignited when Ben Rhodes spun from the outside lane off the bumper of ThorSport Racing teammate Grant Enfinger, wiped out veteran contenders Johnny Sauter , Timothy Peters and Matt Crafton . RELATED: In-car look at last-lap melee But Grala -- 18 years, 1 month and 26 days old -- drove through the melee as trucks bounced off each other like pinballs on either side of him. Grala claimed the trophy for his first national series victory and the five playoff points that go with a race win under NASCAR's new scoring system. Austin Wayne Self took the runner-up spot, followed by Chase Briscoe, and the father-son combination of John Hunter Nemechek and Joe Nemechek in fourth and fifth. "That was freaking awesome! I can't believe we won Daytona," Grala said in Victory Lane. "I couldn't see a lot there. I knew it was a little bit risky. It was the last lap, and we had to do what we had to do. "I saw coming out of (Turn) 2 it starting to get crazy. There wasn't going to be any way I was going to be lifting (off the accelerator). I was just going to go low, cross my fingers and close my eyes a little bit. "Luckily, it worked out for me. I just can't believe it. It's so surreal." Self put it much more succinctly. "When all hell broke loose, we were in the right spot." The race didn't wait until the last lap to get crazy. On the second lap, Briscoe, racing for the first time in the Truck Series, gave Noah Gragson's Toyota an off-center tap on the rear bumper, sending Gragson bouncing off the outside wall in Turn 1 and out of control. By the time the smoke cleared, 17 trucks -- one more than half the field -- had sustained varying degrees of damage in the wreck. RELATED: One lap in, wreck shakes up Daytona field Gragson, Austin Cindric and Ryan Truex couldn't continue. Same for Ross Chastain and Clay Greenfield . John Hunter Nemechek stayed on the lead lap but fell victim to a flat tire as Stage 2 of the race came to an end with Sauter in the lead. "I took a few hard hits out there," said Gragson, who was unhurt in the wreck. "Just a bummer. I didn't want to end the race like this, but I had a good time for the lap I got. "Felt like the 29 (Briscoe) hit me in the wrong part of the bumper going through the tri-oval. It just got me loose, and it got pointed into the outside wall." In the final 60-lap stage, all four GMS Chevrolet pitted early on Lap 68. Though Spencer Gallagher and ultimate sixth-place finisher Scott Lagasse Jr. drew speeding penalties while exiting pit road, Sauter reclaimed the lead, with Grala trailing him, when Christopher Bell 's Toyota got loose in Turn 4, slowed and spun off the bumper of Timothy Peters ' Tundra. Sauter, the defending series champion, looked to be in control of the race until John Hunter Nemechek 's spin off Turn 2 on Lap 95 of 100 caused the fifth and final caution and set up a chaotic two-lap run to the finish. Wrecked on the backstretch, Sauter was credited with a 15th-place finish but collected two playoff points for winning both the first and second stages, each lasting 20 laps. Bell, one of the preseason favorites for the championship, sustained heavy damage in three wrecks, including the last one, but his seemingly indestructible No. 4 Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota Tundra made it to the finish line in eighth-place, salvaging a respectable result from a potentially disastrous night. &amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;lt;/p&amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;gt;
Shannon Koch wins 2015 Better Half Dash
Photo credit: @CLTMotorSpdwy RELATED: Photos of the Better Half Dash participants CONCORD, N.C. -- It was the NASCAR wives' and girlfriends' time to shine on the track in Thursday's fifth annual Better Half Dash, organized by Motor Racing Outreach at Charlotte Motor Speedway . Shannon Koch, the wife of NASCAR XFINITY Series driver, Blake Koch , took the checkered flag. She overcame some early-race trouble when the back body panel of her No. 8 machine was blown off by the wind. "I really didn't know that I lost part of my car until I came back around and they were picking it up off the track," Shannon Koch said after the race. "My husband just said, 'keep going, they didn't black flag you yet.' " Congratulations Shannon Koch! @CLTMotorSpdwy : Shannon Koch wins #BetterHalfDash ! pic.twitter.com/utaZBrZH2u http://t.co/A8pZxzvjsB — NASCAR Off Track (@OffTrackNASCAR) October 8, 2015 When asked whether that gave her an aerodynamic advantage, Shannon Koch said, "I don't know, maybe it did. Did lap times pick up? I have no idea. It didn't feel any different to me." To which second-place finisher Katelyn Sweet, girlfriend of Kyle Larson , quickly said to a loud round of laughter, "Your motor got way more air." No word on whether the car passed post-race inspection. Shannon Koch wins the #BetterHalfDash at @CLTMotorSpdwy pic.twitter.com/dbjY7tmYkm — Pete McCole (@PeteMcCole) October 8, 2015 The race benefits MRO and Speedway Children's Charities as well as each participant's individual charity. Koch's $10,000 winnings went to MRO, which was the charity she was representing. The participants raised $75,000, according to MRO and track officials With the win comes a really big trophy for Koch. She described it as "definitely the biggest that we have. It will go right up there with the rest of them." And Koch is also going out on top, saying in the post-race press conference, "I'm retiring." NASCAR Sprint Cup Series regulars Larson and Denny Hamlin were among the spotters for their respective significant others, Sweet and Jordan Fish. NASCAR Sprint Cup regulars Danica Patrick and Ricky Stenhouse Jr . were among those to check out the action as well. Sweet led several laps in the event and overcame an early spin out to finish second. Tandra Greenfield , the wife of NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver Clay Greenfield , finished third. Greenfield is eager to come back next year. "It was fun to compete with them because they were so aggressive and competitive," she said. Wendy Venturini, a NASCAR reporter and wife of Jarrad Egert, director of track operations for Joe Gibbs Racing , was not able to pull off the MRO event sweep after taking the High Heel Dash in May. Over the past few weeks, there have been practice sessions leading up to the race, all while the competitors were busy raising money prior to the event. As in years past, the participant to raise the most money earned the opportunity to select their starting spot for the race. Koch earned the pole honor. The results: 1. Shannon Koch (wife of driver Blake Koch ) 2. Katelyn Sweet (girlfriend of driver Kyle Larson ) 3. Tandra Greenfield (wife of driver Clay Greenfield ) 4. Jordan Fish (girlfriend of driver Denny Hamlin ) 5. Kristen Yeley (wife of driver J.J. Yeley) 6. Tatiana Papis (wife of driver Max Papis ) 7. Ashley Deihl Stremme (wife of driver David Stremme ) 8. Melanie Self (Motor Racing Outreach Community Center Coordinator) 9. Jenna Robinson (wife of No. 19 tire changer Clay Robinson) 10. Whitney Kay Scott (wife of driver Brian Scott ) 11. Wendy Venturini (NASCAR reporter, wife of JGR director of track operations Jarrad Egert)
Grant Enfinger earns first career pole at Daytona
RELATED: Complete lineup, qualifying times Grant Enfinger earned his first career pole during the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Keystone Light Pole qualifying after acclerating his No. 33 GMS Racing Chevrolet to a quickest lap of 180.752 mph during the session's final minutes. Enfinger's GMS Racing teammate Johnny Sauter was second-fastest as he propelled his No. 21 around the 2.5-mile track at 180.086 mph. Third-fastest during the session, which was two-rounds in single-truck qualifying, was the No. 17 of veteran Timothy Peters (179.691 mph). The No. 2 Ford of Austin Theriault (179.158 mph) and the No. 51 Toyota of Daniel Suarez (179.108 mph) were fourth and fifth respectively. Two-time series champ Matt Crafton soared around DIS, clocking in at 178.948 mph in the No. 88; which was good enough for a sixth-place result. The 11 drivers who failed to qualify for the field in their trucks were: Korbin Forrister , Ryan Reed , Clay Greenfield , Austin Hill , Norm Benning , Carlos Contreras , Reed Sorenson , Jennifer Jo Cobb , Ryan Ellis , David Levine and Mike Harmon . The Truck Series starts off the three-day race weekend at 7:30 p.m. ET for the NextEra Energy Resources 250 (100 laps, 250 miles with coverage on FS1, MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.
Truck Series qualifying order for Talladega
See the order the drivers will head off in Keystone Light Pole Qualifying (Friday, 5:30 p.m. ET, FOX Sports 1) Entry No. Driver Sponsor 1 21 Joey Coulter Allegiant Travel Chevrolet 2 28 * Ryan Ellis (i) Endo Optiks Chevrolet 3 07 Korbin Forrister McNair McLemore Midlebrooks & Co. LLC Chevrolet 4 35 Daniel Suarez(i) Arris Toyota 5 1 * Milka Duno (i) CanTV Chevrolet 6 84 * Chris Fontaine Glenden Enterprises Toyota 7 54 Darrell Wallace Jr. ToyotaCare Toyota 8 23 * Spencer Gallagher Allegiant Travel Chevrolet 9 13 Jeb Burton Estes/Carolina Nut Company Toyota 10 05 * John Wes Townley Zaxby's Toyota 11 32 Tayler Malsam Outerwall Chevrolet 12 50 Derek White(i) Grafoid-Braille Batteries Chevrolet 13 02 Tyler Young # AKL Insurance Group/Randco/Young's Building Systems Chevrolet 14 10 Jennifer Jo Cobb VG Pride Group/Oohrah! Hydration Drink Chevrolet 15 39 * Ryan Sieg (i) Pull-A-Part Used Auto Parts Chevrolet 16 51 Erik Jones ToyotaCare Toyota 17 19 Tyler Reddick # DrawTite Ford 18 36 * Justin Jennings Mittler Bros/LG Seeds/Ski Soda Chevrolet 19 74 * Mike Harmon Jr. Peters Automotive Chevrolet 20 29 Ryan Blaney Cooper Standard Ford 21 88 Matt Crafton Menards/Fishers Nuts Toyota 22 17 Timothy Peters Red Horse Racing Toyota 23 6 Norm Benning Tom Corbett for PA Governor Chevrolet 24 15 * Mason Mingus # 811 Call Before You Dig Chevrolet 25 68 * Clay Greenfield 1-800-PAVEMENT Chevrolet 26 77 German Quiroga NET10 Wireless Toyota 27 08 Jimmy Weller # Liberty Steel Chevrolet 28 9 Ron Hornaday Jr. Armour Vienna Sausages/Bad Boy Buggies Chevrolet 29 31 Ben Kennedy # Heater.com Chevrolet 30 03 * Michael Affarano Won-N-Done Chevrolet 31 99 Bryan Silas Huk Performance Fishing Chevrolet 32 8 Joe Nemechek Bully Hill Vineyards Toyota 33 5 * Cody Ware (i) Qolix.com Chevrolet 34 98 Johnny Sauter Nextant/Curb Records Toyota 35 63 Scott Stenzel Mittler Bros. Machine & Tool Chevrolet 36 20 Brennan Newberry Qore-24 Chevrolet Text goes here MORE: READ: Latest Chase news PLAY: Monitor your Chase Grid Game picks WATCH: Latest NASCAR video FOLLOW LIVE: Get RaceView
See who'll be battling on the 2.66-mile track this weekend 101814-NCWTS-Talladega-9thAnnualfreds250PoweredbyCoca-Cola Entry # Driver Owner Manufacturer Sponsor 1 1 Milka Duno(i) Tracy Lowe 14 Chevrolet TBA 2 02 Tyler Young Randy Young 14 Chevrolet AKL Insurance Group/Randco/Young's Building Systems 3 103 Michael Affarano Michael Affarano 14 Chevrolet Won-N-Done 4 005 Cody Ware(i) Rick Ware 14 Chevrolet RWR 5 05 John Wes Townley Tony Townley 14 Toyota Zaxby's 6 6 Norm Benning Norm Benning 14 Chevrolet TBA 7 07 B J McLeod Ken Smith 14 Chevrolet McNair,McLemore Midlebrooks & Co, LLC 8 08 Jimmy Weller Bobby Dotter 14 Chevrolet Liberty Steel 9 8 Joe Nemechek Sidney Mauldin 14 Toyota Bully Hill Vineyards 10 9 Ron Hornaday Jr Joe Denette 14 Chevrolet Armour Vienna Sausages/Bad Boy Buggies 11 10 Jennifer Jo Cobb Jennifer Jo Cobb 14 Chevrolet VG Pride Group/Oohrah! Hydration Drink 12 13 Jeb Burton Duke Thorson 14 Toyota Estes-Carolina Nut Company 13 115 Mason Mingus Billy Boat 14 Chevrolet 811 Call Before You Dig 14 17 Timothy Peters Tom Deloach 14 Toyota Red Horse Racing 15 19 Tyler Reddick Brad Keselowski 14 Ford DrawTite 16 20 Brennan Newberry Bob Newberry 14 Chevrolet Qore-24 17 21 Joey Coulter Maurice Gallagher Jr 14 Chevrolet Allegiant Travel 18 23 Spencer Gallagher Maurice Gallagher Jr 14 Chevrolet Allegiant Travel 19 28 Ryan Ellis(i) Jim Rosenblum 14 Chevrolet TBA 20 29 Ryan Blaney Brad Keselowski 14 Ford Cooper Standard 21 31 Ben Kennedy Steve Turner 14 Chevrolet Heater.com 22 32 Tayler Malsam Harry Scott Jr 14 Chevrolet Outerwall 23 35 Daniel Suarez Garza(i) Kevin Cywinski 14 Toyota Arris 24 136 Justin Jennings Beverly Mittler 14 Chevrolet Mitler Bros/LG Seeds/Ski Soda 25 50 Derek White(i) Mark Beaver 14 Chevrolet Grafoid-Braille Batteries 26 51 Erik Jones Kyle Busch 14 Toyota ToyotaCare 27 54 Darrell Wallace Jr Kyle Busch 14 Toyota ToyotaCare 28 156 T J Bell Raymond Terczak Jr 14 Chevrolet TBA 29 63 Scott Stenzel Michael Mittler 14 Chevrolet TBA 30 68 Clay Greenfield Clay Greenfield 14 RAM 1-800-PAVEMENT 31 74 Mike Harmon(i) Mike Harmon 14 Chevrolet MHR 32 77 German Quiroga Tom Deloach 14 Toyota NET10 Wireless 33 84 Chris Fontaine Chris Fontaine 14 Toyota Glenden Enterprises 34 88 Matt Crafton Rhonda Thorson 14 Toyota Menards/Fishers Nuts 35 98 Johnny Sauter Mike Curb 14 Toyota Nextant/Curb Records 36 99 Bryan Silas Chris Baluch 14 Chevrolet TBA (i) equals ineligible for driver championship points Text goes here MORE: READ: Latest Chase news PLAY: Monitor your Chase Grid Game picks WATCH: Latest NASCAR video FOLLOW LIVE: Get RaceView
Martinsville founder H. Clay Earles honored by the Hall of Fame
Clay Campbell, grandson of the late H. Clay Earles, talks about his grandfather's legacy in NASCAR and accepts the Landmark Award on his behalf.
H. Clay Earles receives 2017 Landmark Award
H. Clay Earles, founder of Martinsville Speedway, is announced as the recipient of the 2017 Landmark Award for Outstanding Contributions to NASCAR.
Jordan Anderson: The people's racer with grass-roots ties
DENVER, N.C. -- Jordan Anderson's story is probably best written in Sharpie. Nothing fancy, but with the personal touch of handwriting and the resilient qualities of permanent ink. When Anderson needed help making it through the back half of the 2016 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series schedule, fans and other backers he'd never met answered the call, making contributions with the promise of their name appearing on the truck at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Anderson considered registering their support with a decal or printed wrap, but that meant early deadlines and money. Plus, "It just didn't seem very personal to me," Anderson says. So, just as with most everything else in his everyman's racing career, Anderson did it himself. Borrowing a page from his own history of ingenuity, Anderson made neatly ruled lines with a straight edge and hand-wrote each name on the truck bed panel with permanent marker, even during the course of the New Hampshire race weekend. It mimicked a campaign of his from nearly 10 years ago, when he painted his Legends Car white, letting fans sign it in exchange for donations. This year, Anderson faces yet another hurdle to clear, in large part because of a late-race crash two weeks ago at Atlanta Motor Speedway that left his only truck's frame rails bent, battered and caked with far too much Georgia clay . It's why the 25-year-old South Carolina native may be brushing up on his penmanship even while putting his own sweat equity into a new vehicle. "It was something that had never really been done before," Anderson says of his 2016 crowdfunding campaign, which he's revived through his self-designed 'Fueled by Fans' website, sponsorjordan.com . "So my goal with this thing here, we get this new race truck built and my whole truck's going to look like an autograph card with hopefully Sharpie names all over it. "You never know. There's always so many positives through the negatives, and that's kind of been the background through my racing career. Yes, I'm an underdog; no, it's not a bad situation, it's just where I'm at and I'm going to make the most of it. There's 100 different ways to look at it, but I always try to stay positive through it all."
Joe Gibbs Racing
Manufacturer: Toyota Engine manufacturer : TRD Debut season: 1992 Owner standings Joe Gibbs Racing was launched in 1991 by former NFL head coach Joe Gibbs. As Gibbs looked to move from coaching to a new chapter in his career, his friend Don Meredith was looking for opportunities to race in NASCAR, and the team was born with its first season of premier series competition coming in 1992. In 1993, driver Dale Jarrett won the Daytona 500 for JGR's first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series victory. Bobby Labonte took to the drivers seat, replacing Jarrett, in 1995. Since then, the team has claimed three championships in the series: in 2000 with Bobby Labonte and '02 and '05 with Tony Stewart , who became the team's second driver in 1999. The team expanded to a third full-time car in 2006 with J.J. Yeley behind the wheel. 2012 brought Joe Gibbs Racing its 100th Cup win, when Denny Hamlin took the checkered flag at New Hampshire Motor Speedway . In 2015, JGR expanded to a fourth full-time car with Carl Edwards behind the wheel of the No. 19 Toyota. JGR is based in Huntersville, NC, with over 450 employees in a facility of 250,000 square feet. Visit the team's web site here. Follow Joe Gibbs Racing on Facebook and Twitter . Driver: Denny Hamlin Car Number: #11 Hometown: Chesterfield, VA Series: NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Rookie Year: 2006 Primary team members: Crew Chief: Mike Wheeler " Hometown: Southold, NY Car Chief: Leo Thorsen " Hometown: Stoughton, WI Spotter: Chris Lambert " Hometown: Kannapolis, NC Over-the-wall crew: Gasman: Caleb Hurd " Hometown: Pulaski, VA Front Tire Changer: Dustin Necaise " Hometown: Gulfport, MS Front Tire Carrier: Brandon Pegram " Hometown: Statesville, NC Jackman: Nate Bolling " Hometown: Swanton, OH Rear Tire Changer: Mike Hicks " Hometown: Salisbury, NC Rear Tire Carrier: Heath Cherry " Hometown: Belmont, NC Pit Crew Coordinator: Paul Alepa " Hometown: Vienna, VA JGR Athletic Director: Mike Lepp " Hometown: Charlotte, NC Road crew members: Truck Drivers: Frank Hodel " Hometown: High Bridge, NJ, David Ott " Hometown: St. Mary's, PA Tire Specialist: Kerry Ferris " Hometown: Perry, NY Shock Specialist: Drew Bible " Hometown: Coldwater, MI Engineer: Matt Beckman " Hometown: Glenview, IL Engineer: Sam McAuley " Hometown: Huntersville, NC Mechanic: Troy Welty " Hometown: Manchester, PA Mechanic: John Furino " Hometown: East Meadow, NY Interior Mechanic: Sean Kerlin " Hometown: Marysville, PA Driver: Kyle Busch Car Number: #18 Hometown: Las Vegas, NV Series: NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Rookie Year: 2005 Primary team members: Crew Chief: Adam Stevens " Hometown: Portsmouth, OH Car Chief: Nate Bellows " Hometown: Fairfax, VT Engine Specialist: Mike Johnson " Hometown: Bozeman, MT Spotter: Tony Hirschman " Hometown: Northhampton, PA Over-the-wall crew: Gasman: Tom Lampe " Hometown: Beatrice, NE Pit Support: Marcus Bonicelli " Hometown: Colorado Springs, CO Pit Support: Jeff Koons " Hometown: Greenfield , IN Front Tire Changer: Josh Leslie " Hometown: Mount Clemens, MI Front Tire Carrier: Brad Donaghy " Hometown: Orange County, VA Jackman: T.J. Ford " Hometown: Charlotte, NC Rear Tire Changer: Jake Seminara " Hometown: Steubenville, OH Rear Tire Carrier: Kenny Barber " Hometown: Hoosick Falls, NY Road crew members: Truck Drivers: Brendan “Slim” Greene " Hometown: Midland, NC, Jamie “Montana” Price " Hometown: Choteau, MT Tire Specialist: Gregory Katzke " Hometown: Wausau, WI Shock Specialist: Chris Chase " Hometown: Nichols, NY Engineer: Ben Beshore " Hometown: York, PA Engineer: Gene Watchtel " Hometown: Clearwater, FL Front End Mechanic: Brandon Griffeth " Hometown: Pittsfield, IL Rear End Mechanic: Chris Jones " Hometown: Smith Mountain Lake, VA Mechanic: Todd Foster " Hometown: Birmingham, AL Interior Mechanic: Wesley Lape " Hometown: Sinking Spring, PA Driver: Carl Edwards Car Number: #19 Hometown: Columbia, MO Series: NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Primary team members: Crew Chief: Dave Rogers " Hometown: Marshfield, VT Car Chief: Eric Phillips " Hometown: Canton, IL Engine Specialist: James Dudley " Hometown: Porterville, CA Spotter: Jason Hedlesky " Hometown: Clinton, MI Over-the-wall crew: Gasman: Kenneth Purcell " Hometown: Savannah, GA Windshield: Zack Miller " Hometown: Vista, CA Front Tire Changer: Clay Robinson " Hometown: Simi Valley, CA Front Tire Carrier: Kevin Harris " Hometown: Sanford, FL Jackman: Trey Burklin " Hometown: Charlotte, NC Rear Tire Changer: Matt Ver Meer " Hometown: Montezuma, IA Rear Tire Carrier: Kip Wolfmeir " Hometown: Kingdom City, MO Road crew members: Truck Driver: Kyle Bazzell " Hometown: Fairbury, IL Truck Driver: Bob Hannigan " Hometown: High Bridge, NJ Tire Specialist: Jamie Turski " Hometown: Trumbull, CT Shock Specialist: Ron Denton " Hometown: Bristol, VA Engineer: Lee Hallman " Hometown: Claremont, NC Engineer: Kenny Oates " Hometown: Miami, FL Mechanic: Matt Tyrrell " Hometown: Ft. Lauderdale, FL Fuel Runner: Ben Surface " Hometown: Pulaski, VA Driver: Matt Kenseth Car Number: #20 Hometown: Cambridge, WI Series: NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Rookie Year: 2000 Primary team members: Crew Chief: Jason Ratcliff " Hometown: Sumter, SC Car Chief: Jeff Meendering " Hometown: Concord, NC Engine Specialist: Gregg Wilson " Hometown: Charlotte, NC Spotter: Chris Osborne " Hometown: High Point, NC Over-the-wall crew: Gasman: John Eicher " Hometown: London, KY Front Tire Changer: John Royer " Hometown: Otis, KS Front Tire Carrier: Joe Crossen " Hometown: Salisbury, NC Jackman: Jason Tate " Hometown: Statesville, NC Rear Tire Changer: Adam Hartman " Hometown: Oxford, NC Rear Tire Carrier: Blake Haugland " Hometown: My. Ayr, IA Road crew members: Truck Driver: Dennis Valverde " Hometown: Albuquerque, NM Truck Driver: Tom McCrimmon " Hometown: Mount Pleasant, NC Tire Specialist: Jerold Shires " Hometown: Waiteville, WV Shock Specialist: Scott Myers " Hometown: Modesto, CA Engineer: Michael Lorusso " Hometown: Asburn, VA Engineer: Levi Porter " Hometown: Wyben, MA Mechanic: Alan Buzze " Hometown: Onondoga, NY Mechanic: Jason Overstreet " Hometown: Clearwater, FL
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