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Entry List: 2015 WinStar World Casino & Resort 400 at Texas

The Truck Series, paired with IndyCar this weekend is struggling to fill their 32-truck grid. NASCAR has released the entry list for the June 5 Camping World Truck Series WinStar World Casino & Resort 400 at Texas Motor Speedway; as of now, only 27 teams are listed, meaning the field will run five short. The race, a NASCAR standalone, will be run as part of a companion weekend with the Verizon IndyCar Series.

With the Sprint Cup Series running in Pennsylvania, none of the series drivers will make the trip to Texas. Instead, Truck Series regulars will get a chance to compete amongst themselves for the win.

Jennifer Jo Cobb will pilot her self-owned No. 10 Grimes Irrigation & Construction Chevrolet, just one week after creating controversy when she walked onto the racing surface at Dover to voice her displeasure following an incident with Tyler Reddick. Penalties for the incident could be announced as soon as tomorrow.

Brad Keselowski Racing driver Austin Theriault will return to the team’s No. 29 Cooper Standard Ford for his third start of 2015. Theriault, 21, last ran at Kansas Speedway, finishing 14th.

Cup veteran Joe Nemechek will return to his own NEMCO Motorsports No. 8 Chevrolet. Nemechek’s son, John Hunter, is the typical driver of the vehicle, but the 17-year-old remains too young to compete at 1.5-mile tracks.

Daniel Suarez will return to the No. 51 ARRIS Toyota for Kyle Busch Motorsports, as will Brandon Jones to the No. 33 GMS Racing Chevrolet.

Timmy Hill will pilot the No. 94 Chevrolet for Jay Robinson. Ryan Ellis will compete in the No. 50 BurnieGrill.com Chevrolet for MAKE Motorsports.

The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will return to Texas Motor Speedway on Thursday, June 4 for two practice sessions. The field will return on June 5 for Keystone Light Pole Qualifying at 6:15 p.m. ET, followed by the WinStar World Casino 400 at 9 p.m. ET on FOX Sports 1.


0Caleb RoarkDriven2Honor.org14 ChevyKenneth Grimes
1TBATBA15 ChevyTracy Lowe
02Tyler YoungRandco Industries/Young's Building Systems14 ChevyRandy Young
4Erik JonesSpecial Olympics World Games15 ToyotaKyle Busch
5John Wes TownleyZaxby's15 ChevyTony Townley
6Norm BenningTBA15 ChevyNorm Benning
07Ray Black JrScubaLife.com15 ChevyBobby Dotter
8Joe NemechekTBA15 ChevySidney Mauldin
08Korbin ForristerTilted Kilt15 ChevyKen Smith
10Jennifer Jo CobbGrimes Irrigation & Construction15 ChevyJennifer Joe Cobb
11Ben KennedyLocal Motors15 ToyotaTom Deloach
13Cameron HayleyTBA15 ToyotaDuke Thorson
14Daniel HemricCalifornia Clean Power15 ChevyBob Newberry
15Mason MingusTexas 811Call Before You Dig15 ChevyBilly Boat
17Timothy PetersRed Horse Racing15 ToyotaTom Deloach
19Tyler ReddickBulldog15 FordBrad Keselowski
23Spencer GallagherAllegiant Travel15 ChevyMaurice Gallagher Jr
29Austin TheriaultCooper Standard15 FordBrad Keselowski
33Brandon JonesTBA15 ChevyMaurice Gallagher Jr
36Justin JenningsMittler Bros Machine & Tool / Ski Soda13 ChevyMichael Mittler
50Ryan EllisBurnieGrill.com13 ChevyMark Beaver
51Daniel Suarez(i)ARRIS15 ToyotaKyle Busch
54Justin BostonROKMobile.com15 ToyotaKyle Busch
63Tyler TannerMittler Bros Machine & Tool / Ski Soda13 ChevyMichael Mittler
88Matt CraftonIdeal Door / Menards15 ToyotaRhonda Thorson
94Timmy Hill (i)TBA15 ChevyJay Robinson
98Johnny SauterNextant/Curb Records15 ToyotaMike Curb
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Another short field! I am fascinated by NASCAR’s inability to see just how much trouble this series is in. Maybe a few more Cupholes could push out the remaining regulars and finally put this mess out of its misery

Charles Jenkins

JohnQ, it could be the ole “NA$CAR makes no mistake thing”. To admit, point out, or acknowledge anything other than everything is wonderful is just not done by Daytona. To do so would signal that a mistake could have been made and that would not do. I know this is a truck article but the chase for the cupholes comes to mind.

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