The NASCAR Xfinity Series returns to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course this Saturday, July 30.
The 62-lap feature entry list includes 42 teams including both road course ringers and Cup Series regulars alike competing on the 2.4-mile road course, meaning four drivers will not compete in the main event based on the results of qualifying, barring any entry list changes.
Alex Bowman will make a Xfinity Series appearance by hopping into the No. 17 Hendrick Motorsports entry this weekend for what will be his first attempt at a series start since 2018.
Chase Briscoe will also make an appearance by being entered as the driver of the No. 07 Ford Mustang in an attempt to win at the same venue he won at two years ago.
Bubba Wallace will make another Xfinity start this weekend by climbing into the No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing entry.
Ross Chastain returns with DGM Racing and will attempt to qualify the No. 92 for Saturday’s feature.
Austin Dillon is back but will race in Brandonbilt Motorsports’ No. 68 Chevrolet for the first time. Its usual driver, Brandon Brown, will continue his bid to make the Xfinity playoffs by climbing into the Mike Harmon Racing No. 47 instead of his usual No. 68.
Ty Dillon joins his brother as a Xfinity entrant for this weekend for the No. 6 JD Motorsports entry.
Parker Kligerman has been given an opportunity to drive the No. 35 Emerling Gase Motorsports Chevrolet this weekend.
Kaz Grala will be back behind the wheel of the No. 48 Big Machine Racing Team Chevrolet.
Miguel Paludo rejoins JR Motorsports this weekend as he will attempt to qualify the No. 88 Chevrolet for Saturday’s race.
Preston Pardus returns to Xfinity competition and will be behind the wheel of the No. 91 DGM Racing Chevrolet once again. Mason Filippi will drive the team’s No. 90.
Brad Perez will attempt to make his Xfinity debut this weekend by climbing behind the wheel of the No. 13 MBM Ford.
Ryan Ellis returns to the No. 44 Alpha Prime Racing Chevrolet for this weekend.
Andy Lally is on the list of road course ringer names for this weekend as he’s entered in the No 08 Ford.
Scott Heckert is entered in the No. 5 entry for B.J. McLeod Motorsports.
Pennzoil 150 Entry List
Saturday’s race will be broadcasted live on NBC with coverage beginning at 3:30 p.m. ET.
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