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Entry List: 2020 Shady Rays 200 and Alsco 300 at Kentucky

After 38 entries showed up at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the NASCAR Xfinity Series field will dwindle slightly as 36 cars are slated for both the Shady Rays 200 (July 9) and Alsco 300 (July 10) at Kentucky Motor Speedway.

Jeffrey Earnhardt will slip back into his usual No. 0 Chevrolet, replacing Mike Wallace. His JD Motorsports teammate will be back in the No. 15 ride.

NASCAR Cup Series driver Garrett Smithley is back in the series for another go this year. He will wheel the No. 07 SS Green Light Racing Chevrolet.

All three MBM Motorsports competitors will race this weekend, but in different cars compared to Indianapolis. Chad Finchum is back in the No. 13, while Timmy Hill goes to the No. 61, forcing Stephen Leicht back into the No. 66.

Over at DGM Racing, Josh Williams will keep his normal ride in the No. 92, but his fellow teammate Alex Labbe is currently not listed. Ronnie Bassett Jr. will replace Labbe in the No. 90, while the No. 36 is listed as TBA.

Mason Massey will slide back into the No. 99 machine at BJ McLeod Motorsports in place of Josh Bilicki.

Finally, the Kaulig Racing No. 16 and Sam Hunt Racing No. 26 entries are not entered this week.

2020 Shady Rays 200 Entry List

2020 Alsco 300 Entry List

The 2020 Shady Rays 200 is scheduled to go green at 8:00 p.m. ET on Thursday, July 9. The Alsco 300 will follow on Friday, July 9, also at 8:00 p.m. ET. Both races will have TV coverage provided by NBCSN.

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