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Entry List: 2021 Drydene 200

After competing in the throwback race weekend at Darlington Raceway, NASCAR Xfinity Series drivers will head to Dover International Speedway for the Drydene 200. Forty-three drivers are entered, and Andy Lally, Jordan Anderson and Ronnie Bassett Jr. will fail to make the race once again.

Ty Gibbs will make his fifth career Xfinity start, driving the No. 54 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota. He won his series debut at the Daytona International Speedway road course and has three top fives and three top 10s.

Full-time NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver John Hunter Nemechek will make his first Xfinity start of the season with Sam Hunt Racing. He will run a part-time slate with the team.

As previously announced, Kyle Sieg will make his series debut at Dover. The younger brother of full-time Xfinity Series driver Ryan Sieg, Kyle will drive the No. 90 DGM Racing Chevrolet in an RSS Racing alliance with his ARCA Menards Series crew chief Jeff Green atop the pit box.

BJ McLeod Motorsports team owner BJ McLeod will drive his own No. 99 Toyota. It’ll be his second straight start this season and first driving for his own team since last year’s season finale at Phoenix Raceway.

2021 Drydene 200 Entry List

The Drydene 200 will take place on Saturday, May 15 at 1:30 p.m. ET, with TV coverage provided by Fox Sports 1.

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and Andy Lally, Jordan Anderson and Ronnie Bassett Jr. will fail to make the race once again.

Mark why would you say something so ignorant?

WJW Motorsports

Not trying to speak for him, but I don’t believe he liked the way you phrased it. “Failed to make the race” could be construed as failed to qualify for the race, when the fact is they are being denied the opportunity altogether (which is absurd at this point IMHO).

Tim S

Why would those 3 teams even make the trip if this was the case. Just go back to qualifying each week and stop being sheep. Tired of seeing the same ones start up front each week in all 3 divisions.

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