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Entry List: 2015 UNOH 200 Presented by ZLOOP at Bristol

The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series ran wide open last weekend at Michigan.

Just four days later, they’ll rely heavily on their brakes.

NASCAR released the preliminary entry list for the Aug. 19 UNOH 200 presented by ZLOOP at Bristol Motor Speedway. The list currently includes 37 entries, meaning five teams will fail to make Wednesday’s race.

Looking for his third-straight victory, Kyle Busch will join the Truck Series field, piloting his own Kyle Busch Motorsports’ No. 54 JEGS Toyota. Busch will be joined by teammates Daniel Suarez and Erik Jones in the No. 51 and No. 4 Toyotas, respectively, as KBM looks for their fourth-straight victory.

Two of NASCAR’s upcoming stars will attempt to make their NCWTS debuts. NASCAR K&N Pro Series East drivers Dalton Sargeant and JJ Haley will both compete in their first truck race. Sergeant will drive the No. 5 Galt Toyota, while Haley will compete in the No. 32 Great Clips Chevrolet.

Former regulars Ty Dillon and Ryan Blaney will make their returns to the Truck Series. Dillon will pilot the No. 31 GunBroker.com Chevrolet, with Blaney commandeering the No. 29 Cooper Standard Ford.

The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will return to action on Tuesday, Aug. 18 for practice. The field will come back to the 1/2-mile oval on Wednesday at 11 a.m. ET for final practice, before returning at 4:45 p.m. ET for Keystone Light Pole Qualifying. Coverage of the UNOH 200 presented by ZLOOP will begin at 8:30 p.m. ET, on FOX Sports 1 and MRN.


100Cole CusterHaas Automation15 ChevyDale Earnhardt, Jr.
20Caleb RoarkDriven2Honor.org14 ChevyKenneth Grimes
31Ryan EllisHutch Chevrolet14 ChevyTracy Lowe
402Tyler YoungElectro-General Plastics/AKL Insurance Group/Randco Industries/Young's Building Systems15 ChevyRandy Young
54Erik JonesToyota15 ToyotaKyle Busch
605John Wes TownleyZaxby's15 ChevyTony Townley
75Dalton SargeantGalt15 ToyotaRichie Wauters
86Norm BenningTBA15 ChevyNorm Benning
907Ray Black JrScubaLife.com15 ChevyBobby Dotter
108John Hunter NemechekTBA15 ChevySidney Mauldin
1108Korbin ForristerTrump for President15 ChevyKen Smith
1210Jennifer Jo CobbDriven2Honor.org15 ChevyJennifer Jo Cobb
1311Ben KennedyLocal Motors15 ToyotaTom Deloach
1413Cameron HayleyCarolina Nut Co./Cabinets by Hayley15 ToyotaDuke Thorson
1514Daniel HemricCalifornia Clean Power15 ChevyBob Newberry
1615Mason MingusCALL 811 BEFORE YOU DIG15 ChevyBilly Boat
1717Timothy PetersRed Horse Racing15 ToyotaTom Deloach
1819Tyler ReddickDraw-Tite15 FordBrad Keselowski
1923Spencer GallagherAllegiant Travel15 ChevyMaurice Gallagher Jr
2029Ryan Blaney(i)Cooper Standard15 FordBrad Keselowski
2131Ty Dillon(i)GunBroker.com15 ChevyBob Newberry
2232JJ HaleyyGreat Clips15 ChevyTodd Braun
2333Brandon JonesTBA15 ChevyMaurice Gallagher Jr
2436Tyler TannerMittler Bros Machine15 ChevyMichael Mittler
2545BJ McLeodTBA15 ChevyBJ McLeod
2651Daniel Suarez(i)ARRIS15 ToyotaKyle Busch
2754Kyle Busch(i)JEGS15 ToyotaKyle Busch
2863Justin JenningsMittler Bros. Machine & Tool / Ski Soda15 ChevyMichael Mittler
2968Clay Greenfield1800Pavement15 ChevyJerry Brown
3074Jordan AndersonTBA14 ChevyMike Harmon
3175Caleb HolmanFood Country USA, Lopez Wealth Mgmt., Fuel in a Bottle, Bounty with Dawn, Sunset Farms15 ChevyClay Greenfield
3286Brandon BrownCoastal Carolina University15 ChevyJerry Brown
3387Charles BuchananSpring Durg13 FordCharles Buchanan
3488Matt CraftonGreat Lakes Flooring / Menards15 ToyotaRhonda Thorson
3592David Gilliland(i)Blacks Tire/ Goodyear Commerical Tire & Service Network/ Wynns15 FordRicky Benton
3694Wendell ChavousPremium Motorsports15 ChevyJay Robinson
3798Johnny SauterNextant/Curb Records15 ToyotaMike Curb

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A graduate of Ball State, Aaron rejoins Frontstretch for his second season in 2016 following a successful year that included covering seven races and starting the popular "Two-Headed Monster" column in 2015. Now in his third year of covering motorsports, Aaron serves as an Assistant Editor for Frontstretch while also contributing to other popular sites including Speed51 and The Apex. He encourages you to come say hi when you see him at the track.

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Kyle again. Goodbye truck series. Wrecking at Bristol in either series he’s blessing with his presence could have dire consequences for him.


A must miss race! I’ve only watched one truck race this year, and only because I made the misguided decision to renew my tickets for the whole weekend. Yes, Kyle won. Yes, the race stunk. Yes, I feel like an idiot for being there. Never again!


Oh, and I meant to add, with FOX covering the race, and Mikey the Moron in the booth, cheering for his beloved Toyotas and for Kyle, I’m not too shook up that there isn’t any TV coverage here in Canada.


How much longer can this series last?

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