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Entry List: Pennzoil 400

The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series will complete the weekend’s festivities with the 22nd annual Pennzoil 400 from Las Vegas Motor Speedway on March 3

All 38 teams on the preliminary entry list will make the race, barring any entry list changes.

Ross Chastain will run double duty this weekend as he’ll drive Premium Motorsports’ No. 15, while Spire Motorsports, which is leasing space out of the Premium Motorsports shop, will have Reed Sorenson drive its No. 77.

Rick Ware Racing will have Cody Ware once again pilot its No. 51 and BJ McLeod in the No. 52, and Parker Kligerman will make it three straight starts with Gaunt Bros. Racing and the No. 96.

After failing to make the Daytona 500 two weeks ago, MBM Motorsports will field Joey Gase and the No. 66 this weekend with sponsorship from Eternal Fans.

Complete Entry List

The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Pennzoil 400 from Las Vegas Motor Speedway is March 3 at 3:30 p.m. ET on Fox.

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The payout for a non-chartered team must be really low, or the cost of entry into a cup race must be really high, or both. I remember when it seemed at least one or two teams based on the west coast would attempt the west coast races.
I guess the Daytona 500 must have had a decent purse for the non-chartered teams. Sorta makes me think teams will be sent home for qualifying too slow only at races with a large purse (?indy), or maybe at Martinsville (speed and aero R&D are not necessariiy required).

Bobby DK

One thing I miss about Jayski is it was easy to find when the green flag would wave exactly. I would always tune in a few minutes after to miss the “Boogitys”. If you could do that for me it would be greatly appreciated.

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