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Entry lists for NASCAR at Michigan, Mid-Ohio (Updated)

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All three of NASCAR’s national series will be in action this weekend, but they will be in neighboring states.

Monster Energy Cup and Camping World Truck Series teams will race at Michigan International Speedway. Meanwhile, the Xfinity Series takes part in it second road course race of the season at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.

Here are the preliminary entry lists for all three races.

Cup – Pure Michigan 400

There are 39 cars on the entry list for the race. No driver is attached to the No. 51 Chevrolet owned by Rick Ware Racing.

Brett Moffitt will be in BK Racing’s No. 83 Toyota for his second start of the year.

Last year Kyle Larson claimed his first career win in this race after leading the final 10 laps following a late restart.

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Xfinity – Mid-Ohio Challenge

There are 42 cars entered into the fifth annual Xfinity race at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.

No Cup regulars are entered.

Defending race-winner Justin Marks will make his first start of the year in the No. 42 Chevrolet owned by Chip Ganassi Racing.

Regan Smith, the 2015 Mid-Ohio winner, will drive Joe Gibbs Racing’s No. 18 Toyota in his first start of the year. James Davison will drive JGR’s No. 20 Toyota.

Sam Hornish Jr. will drive Team Penske’s No. 22 Ford and Scott Lagasse Jr. will pilot Richard Childress Racing’s No. 3 Chevrolet.

Sheldon Creed will drive JD Motorsports No. 01 Chevrolet usually piloted by Harrison Rhodes.

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Truck – LTI Printing 200

There are 30 trucks entered into the race, including Kyle Busch in the No. 54 Toyota.

Joe Nemechek is entered in the No. 87 Chevrolet. It’s the eighth race he has been entered.

The No. 57 truck will be driven by Mike Senica and the No. 99 truck will be driven by Darrell Wallace Jr. in his first series start since 2014.

Last year Brett Moffitt earned his first national NASCAR win with a last-lap pass of teammate Timothy Peters coming to the checkered flag.

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NASCAR’s entry lists for Watkins Glen International

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It’s time for NASCAR’s top series to turn right again.

Both the Cup and Xfinity Series travel to Watkins Glen, New York, to take on Watkins Glen International.

It’s the second and last road course race for Cup teams, but this weekend is the first of three in four weeks where Xfinity teams will turn right and left.

Here are the preliminary entry lists for Watkins Glen International.

Cup – I LOVE NY 355 at The Glen

There are just 36 cars entered into the 32nd annual Cup race at WGI. If the car count doesn’t change, it would be the fewest cars in a Cup race this season.

Gary Klutt is slated to drive the No. 15 Chevrolet for Premium Motorsports. It will be the first Cup start for the 24-year-old Canadian driver.

Last year Denny Hamlin led the final 10 laps in order to earn his first win on a road course. He beat Joey Logano and Brad Keselowski.

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Xfinity – Zippo 200 at The Glen

There are 41 cars entered, including eight Cup drivers. The Cup drivers are Ty Dillon, Kyle Busch, Keselowski, Logano, Erik Jones, Paul Menard, Kevin Harvick and Kyle Larson.

There are no drivers attached to the No. 25 Chevrolet and the No. 78 Chevrolet, which is owned by BJ McLeod.

Last year Logano won the race after leading 67 of 82 laps. Menard was second. Larson was third.

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Entry lists for Cup, Xfinity races at Indianapolis Motor Speedway

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While the Camping World Truck Series is at Eldora Speedway this week, the Cup and Xfinity Series make their annual trip to Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Cup teams will participate in the 24th annual Brickyard 400 and Xfinity teams will compete in the Lilly Diabetes 250.

Here are the preliminary entry lists for each race.

Cup – Brickyard 400

There are 41 cars entered into the race weekend. This would be the eighth time in 20 races that a Cup race has had the maximum of 40 cars start in a race.

JJ Yeley will drive the No. 7 for Tommy Baldwin Racing.

Last year Kyle Busch won his second consecutive Brickyard 400 after leading 149 of 160 laps from the pole.

This will be the first Brickyard 400 without Jeff Gordon in the field. Last year he substituted for Dale Earnhardt Jr. as he recovered from a concussion.

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Xfinity – Lilly Diabetes 250

There are 40 cars on the preliminary entry list for the race. Casey Mears was set to drive the No. 98 but he has been withdrawn from the event.

Five Cup regulars are entered: Kyle Busch, Joey Logano, Ty Dillon, Paul Menard and Erik Jones.

Last year Busch led all but one lap in the 63-lap main event, winning from the pole and capping off a stretch of three wins in a row.

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NASCAR entry lists for New Hampshire Motor Speedway

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NASCAR heads to New England this weekend as Cup and Xfinity teams prepare to race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

It’s the first of two visits this year for the Cup Series to the “Magic Mile.” This will be the last year Cup teams will have two race weekends in New Hampshire. The track’s second date will belong to Las Vegas Motor Speedway starting next season.

Here are the preliminary entry lists for both races.

Cup – Overton’s 301

There are 39 cars entered into the race. Drivers have not been announced for the No. 43 Ford for Richard Petty Motorsports and the No. 51 Chevrolet owned by Rick Ware Racing.

Matt Kenseth won this race last year after leading 38 laps, including the final 31. In the September playoff race, Kenseth led 105 laps but was passed by Kevin Harvick on a restart with five laps to go as Harvick went on to win.

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Xfinity – Overton’s 200

There are 39 cars entered into the race. Four Cup regulars are entered – Kyle Busch, Brad Keselowski, Kyle Larson and Ty Dillon.

Last year Busch led 190 of 200 laps from the pole on the way to a win. It was the second of three Xfinity wins in a row for Busch.

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NASCAR’s preliminary entry lists for Sonoma, Iowa

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NASCAR heads back out west this week as the Cup Series gears up for its first road course race of the year at Sonoma Raceway, which marks the halfway point of the season.

Meanwhile, the Xfinity and Camping World Truck Series go to Iowa Speedway for the first time this season.

Here’s the entry lists for all three races.

Cup – Toyota/Save Mart 350

There are 38 cars on the entry list and they include four drivers who are making their Cup debuts.

Richard Petty Motorsports announced that sports car driver Billy Johnson will drive the No. 43.

Israeli-born driver Alon Day will make his debut in the No. 23 Toyota for BK Racing. Tommy Regan will drive the No. 15 Toyota for Premium Motorsports. Josh Bilick will drive the No. 51 for Rick Ware Racing. He replaces Cody Ware who is out indefinitely with back issues.

Last year, Tony Stewart won his 49th and final Cup race after swapping the lead twice with Denny Hamlin on the last lap, including passing Hamlin in the final turn.

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Xfinity –  American Ethanol E15 

There are 41 cars on the entry list, meaning one car will not qualify for the race.

There are no Cup drivers entered into the event.

Sam Hornish Jr. is set to make his first start of the year in Team Penske’s No. 22 Ford.

Joe Gibb Racing will have Kyle Benjamin in its No. 18 Toyota and Christopher Bell in the No. 20.

Ben Kennedy will make his second start for Richard Childress Racing in the No. 2 Chevrolet.

Ty Majeski will make his Xfinity debut driving the No. 60 Ford for Roush Fenway Racing.

Last year, Hornish led 183 laps and won this race driving the No. 18 for JGR in his first NASCAR start of the year. Erik Jones won the August race.

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Truck – Iowa 200

There are 29 Trucks entered into the race. A full field would be 32 trucks.

The No. 52 truck of Stewart Friesen has withdrawn from the event.

Last year, William Byron won this race, his third of the year, after leading 107 laps.

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