List Of NASCAR Teams

NASCAR teams compete in all three national NASCAR series: the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, Xfinity Series, and Camping World Truck Series, as well as in all the regional touring series. A team is limited to four cars in each of the NASCAR series. The team often shares a single manufacturer for all of the team's cars, but each car has an independent car number, driver, and crew chief.

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series

All teams updated for the 2017 season

Manufacturer Team No. Driver Crew Chief
Chevrolet Beard Motorsports 75 Brendan Gaughan Darren Shaw
Chip Ganassi Racing 1 Jamie McMurray Matt McCall
42 Kyle Larson Chad Johnston
Circle Sport/The Motorsports Group 33 Jeffrey Earnhardt[1] Pat Tryson[2]
Germain Racing 13 Ty Dillon (R)[3] Bootie Barker
Hendrick Motorsports 5 Kasey Kahne Keith Rodden[4]
24 Chase Elliott Alan Gustafson
48 Jimmie Johnson Chad Knaus
88 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Greg Ives[5]
JTG Daugherty Racing 37 Chris Buescher[6] Trent Owens[7]
47 A. J. Allmendinger Randall Burnett 33
Ernie Cope 3
Leavine Family Racing 95 Michael McDowell[8] Todd Parrott[8]
Richard Childress Racing 3 Austin Dillon Justin Alexander
27 Paul Menard Matt Borland[9]
31 Ryan Newman Luke Lambert
Rick Ware Racing 51 Timmy Hill 2 [10] Carlos Contreras 1
Joe Lax 35 [10]
Cody Ware 1 [10]
Stanton Barrett[10]
Kevin O'Connell[10]
Tommy Baldwin Racing 7 Elliott Sadler[11] Kenneth Davis
Ford Front Row Motorsports 34 Landon Cassill[12] Donnie Wingo
38 David Ragan[12] Derrick Finley
Go Fas Racing 32 Matt DiBenedetto[13] Gene Nead[14]
Richard Petty Motorsports 43 Aric Almirola Drew Blickensderfer

Scott McDougall[15]

Regan Smith[16]
Darrell Wallace Jr.[17]
Roush Fenway Racing 6 Trevor Bayne[18] Matt Puccia[18]
17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr.[18] Brian Pattie[18]
Stewart-Haas Racing 4 Kevin Harvick Rodney Childers 35
Daniel Knost 1
10 Danica Patrick Billy Scott
14 Clint Bowyer Mike Bugarewicz
41 Kurt Busch Tony Gibson
Team Penske 2 Brad Keselowski Paul Wolfe
22 Joey Logano Todd Gordon
Wood Brothers Racing 21 Ryan Blaney Jeremy Bullins
Toyota BK Racing 23 Joey Gase[19] Patrick Donahue
Gray Gaulding (R)[20]
83 Corey LaJoie[21] Doug Richert[22]
Furniture Row Racing 77 Erik Jones (R)[23] Chris Gayle[24]
78 Martin Truex Jr. Cole Pearn[25]
Gaunt Brothers Racing 96 D. J. Kennington[26] Keith Hinkein
Joe Gibbs Racing 11 Denny Hamlin Mike Wheeler
18 Kyle Busch Adam Stevens
19 Daniel Suárez (R)[27] Dave Rogers
20 Matt Kenseth Jason Ratcliff
Chevrolet 31
Toyota 5
Premium Motorsports 15 Michael Waltrip 1 Mark Hillman
Reed Sorenson 2
Chevrolet 32
Toyota 4
55 Reed Sorenson 1 Wayne Carroll
Derrike Cope 2
Ford 34
Chevrolet 2
TriStar Motorsports 72 Cole Whitt Frank Kerr

Xfinity Series

All teams updated for the 2017 season

Complete schedule

Manufacturer Team No. Race Driver Crew Chief
Chevrolet B. J. McLeod Motorsports 8 Jeff Green 5 George Ingram 2
Keith Wolfe 4
Matt Mills 1
78 Clint King 2 Keith Wolfe 2
George Ingram 4
B. J. McLeod 4
99 David Starr Ken Evans
Chip Ganassi Racing 42 Tyler Reddick 20[28] Mike Shiplett
Kyle Larson 13
48 Brennan Poole Chad Norris
GMS Racing 23 Spencer Gallagher (R)[29] Joey Cohen
JD Motorsports 0 Garrett Smithley Wayne Setterington Jr. 5
Rick Johnson 1
01 Harrison Rhodes Patrick Magee 1
Rob Winfield 4
Tommy MacHek 1
4 Ross Chastain Evan Snider
Jeremy Clements Racing 51 Jeremy Clements Tony Clements
Jimmy Means Racing 52 Joey Gase Tim Brown
JR Motorsports 1 Elliott Sadler Kevin Meendering
5 Michael Annett[30] Jason Stockert
7 Justin Allgaier Jason Burdett
9 William Byron (R)[30] Dave Elenz[31]
Kaulig Racing 11 Blake Koch Chris Rice
King Autosport 90 Mario Gosselin 2 Guy Caron 1
Mario Gosselin 1
Kevin Boykin 2
Martin Roy 2
Alex Labbé 1
Brandonbilt Motorsports Brandon Brown 10 Adam Brenner 1
Obaika Racing 97 Stephen Leicht 6 Bruce Cook 1
Lauryn Scott 4
Dan Stillman 1
Greg Vandersluis 1
Richard Childress Racing 2 Austin Dillon 5[32] Justin Alexander 5[32]
Matt Borland 1
Paul Menard 1[32]
Ben Kennedy 9
3 Ty Dillon 27[32] Matt Swiderski[32]
Scott Lagasse Jr. 4
TBA 2
21 Daniel Hemric (R)[33] Danny Stockman Jr.[32]
33 Brandon Jones[32] Nick Harrison[32]
62 Brendan Gaughan Shane Wilson[32]
RSS Racing 39 Ryan Sieg Kevin Starland 4
Kevin Johnson 2
SS-Green Light Racing 07 Ray Black Jr. Jason Miller
Dodge Mike Harmon Racing 74 Mike Harmon R. B. Bracken
Ford Roush Fenway Racing 6 Darrell Wallace Jr. Seth Barbour
16 Ryan Reed Phil Gould
Stewart-Haas Racing 00 Cole Custer (R)[34] Jeff Meendering[35]
Team Penske 22 Brad Keselowski 3 Greg Erwin
Ryan Blaney 2
Joey Logano 1
Toyota JGL Racing 24 Scott Lagasse Jr. 1 Clinton Cram
Corey LaJoie 2
Drew Herring 2
Jeb Burton 6
28 Dakoda Armstrong Steven Lane
Joe Gibbs Racing 18 Daniel Suárez 3 Scott Graves 4[36]
Matt Lucas 1
Eric Phillips 28
Kyle Busch 10
Kyle Benjamin 2
Denny Hamlin 1[37]
Christopher Bell[38]
19 Matt Tifft (R)[39] Matt Beckman[40]
20 Erik Jones 18 Chris Gabehart
Denny Hamlin 1
Daniel Suárez 1
Kyle Benjamin 2[41]
Christopher Bell[38]
TriStar Motorsports 14 J. J. Yeley Wally Rogers
Toyota 4
Chevrolet 2
MBM Motorsports 13 Mark Thompson 1 Jason Houghtaling
Carl Long 3
Brandon Hightower 1
Timmy Hill 1
Toyota 3
Dodge 2
Chevrolet 1
40 Brandon Hightower 2 David Jones
Timmy Hill 4

Limited schedule

Manufacturer Team No. Race driver Crew chief Rounds
Chevrolet Chris Cockrum Racing 25 Chris Cockrum Jeff Spraker 2
GMS Racing 96 Ben Kennedy Jeff Stankiewicz 12

Camping World Truck Series

All teams updated for the 2017 season

Manufacturer Team No. Race Driver(s) Crew Chief
Chevrolet Bolen Motorsports 66 Jordan Anderson Paul Clapprood
Ross Chastain
Mike Harmon Racing Josh Reeves
Tim Viens
GMS Racing 21 Johnny Sauter Joe Shear Jr.
24 Justin Haley (R)[42] Kevin Bellicourt[42]
33 Kaz Grala (R)[43] Jerry Baxter[43]
Halmar Friesen Racing 52 Stewart Friesen (R)[44] Trip Bruce[44]
Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing 10 Brad Foy Steve Kuykendall
Austin Zivich
Danny Gill
Caleb Roark
Claire Decker
Clay Greenfield
Cody McMahan
Jennifer Jo Cobb
Ryan Ellis
Premium Motorsports 49 Nick Drake Dave McCarty
Bryce Napier Wayne Edwards
Jeff Spraker
Ben Leslie
Scott Eggleston
Domenick Turse
Rob Winfield
Maurice Hester
D. J. Kennington
Josh Wise
Reed Sorenson
Spencer Boyd
Timmy Hill
Wayne Edwards
Rick Ware Racing 12 Spencer Boyd[10] TBA
Martins Motorsports 44 J. R. Heffner Kevin Eagle
Tommy Joe Martins
AM Racing Austin Wayne Self
NEMCO Motorsports 8 John Hunter Nemechek Gere Kennon, Jr.
87 Joe Nemechek[45] TBA
Chevrolet
Dodge
MB Motorsports 63 Akinori Ogata Trip Bruce
Michael Mittler
Rick Ren II
Bobby Pierce
Garrett Smithley
Jake Griffin
Jesse Little
Kyle Donahue
Mike Bliss
Reed Sorenson
Ryan Ellis
Spencer Boyd
Norm Benning Racing Norm Benning Brian Poff
Chevrolet
Ford
Young's Motorsports 02 Austin Theriault Andrew Abbott
Derek Scott Jr.
Dylan Lupton
Tyler Young
Austin Hill Racing Austin Hill
1 Daniel Sowers
Joe Lax
David Adams Jr.
Steve Kuykendall
Austin Zivich
Danny Gill
FDNY Racing Andy Seuss
Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing Clay Greenfield
Jennifer Jo Cobb
Josh White
MAKE Motorsports Caleb Roark
David Levine
Ryan Ellis
Travis Kvapil
50 Ryan Ellis Jeff Barnes
Daniel Sowers
Brian Lear
Rob Winfield
Travis Kvapil
Chevrolet Contreras Motorsports 71 Alon Day Tim Andrews
Bobby Gill
Carlos Contreras
Ken Evans
Josh Stenberg
Wade Lear
Jerry Babb
Thomas Bear
Brandon Hightower
Camden Murphy
Carlos Contreras
Chase Elliott
Enrique Contreras III
Josh Berry
Mike Bliss
Ranier Racing with MDM Austin Dillon
Brandon Jones
Toyota Ken Schrader Racing Ken Schrader Donnie Richeson
Chevrolet SS-Green Light Racing 07 B. J. McLeod Jason Miller
Ken Evans
Jamie Jones
Keith Wolfe
Jeff Spraker
C. J. Faison
Casey Smith
Garrett Smithley
J.J. Yeley
Matt Mills
Michel Disdier
Ray Black Jr.
Ryan Lynch
Sheldon Creed
MB Motorsports Kevin Donahue
Peck Motorsports Todd Peck
Rick Ware Racing Cody Ware
Toyota Win-Tron Racing Shane Lee
Ford Brad Keselowski Racing 19 Austin Cindric (R)[46] Doug Randolph[47]
29 Chase Briscoe (R)[47] Mike Hillman Jr.[47]
Toyota AM Racing 22 Austin Wayne Self Marc Browning
Rick Ren II
Bill Henderson
Justin Fontaine
Hattori Racing Enterprises 16 Ryan Truex[48] Scott Zipadelli[48]
Kyle Busch Motorsports 4 Christopher Bell Rudy Fugle[49]
18 Noah Gragson (R)[50] Marcus Richmond[49]
51 Kyle Busch[51] Kevin Manion[49]
Harrison Burton[52]
Todd Gilliland[53]
Myatt Snider[54]
Red Horse Racing 11 Ben Kennedy Butch Hylton
Brett Moffitt
Germán Quiroga
Jake Griffin
Matt Tifft
17 Timothy Peters Shane Huffman
ThorSport Racing 13 Cody Coughlin (R)[55] Michael Shelton[55]
27 Ben Rhodes Eddie Troconis[56]
88 Matt Crafton Carl Joiner Jr.
98 Grant Enfinger (R)[57] Jeff Hensley[57]

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  2. ^ "Circle Sport, The Motorsports Group join forces for 2017". Retrieved . 
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  11. ^ "Elliott Sadler, TBR team up for Daytona 500". Retrieved . 
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  54. ^ "Myatt Snider to run Trucks with Kyle Busch Motorsports". Retrieved . 
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