Originally written on Start 'N' Park Blog  |  Last updated 7/31/14
Here is the entry list for Friday’s Lucas Oil 200 from Dover. Among the highlights of the list Kevin Harvick is back in the #2 Tide Chevrolet, Anderson’s Maple Syrup rejoins Ron Hornaday on his #6 Chevrolet, John King has been removed from the entry list, and Brian Scott will drive for Kyle Busch Motorsports’ #18 Shore Lodge Toyota. # Driver Sponsor Make 2 Kevin Harvick Tide Chevrolet 3 Ty Dillon Bass Pro Shops Chevrolet 5 Paulie Harraka TBA Chevrolet 6 Justin Lofton CollegeComplete.com Chevrolet 9 Ron Hornaday, Jr. Anderson’s Maple Syrup Chevrolet 10 Jennifer Jo Cobb Driven2Honor.org Dodge 11 Todd Bodine Red Horse Racing Toyota 13 Johnny Sauter Hot Honeys-Curb Records Toyota 14 Brennan Newberry The Jeremy Staat Foundation Chevrolet 17 Timothy Peters Red Horse Racing Toyota 18 Brian Scott Shore Lodge Toyota 22 Joey Coulter Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 23 Jason White Gunbroker.com Ford 24 Max Gresham Made In USA Brand Chevrolet 27 Jeb Burton State Water Heaters Chevrolet 29 Parker Kligerman Cooper Standard Dodge 30 Nelson Piquet, Jr. Qualcomm Chevrolet 31 James Buescher Koike Chevrolet 32 Miguel Paludo Duroline Brakes Chevrolet 33 Cale Gale Rheem Chevrolet 39 Ryan Sieg Pull-A-Part Used Auto Parts Chevrolet 57 Norm Benning Norm Benning Racing Chevrolet 60 TBA TBA Chevrolet 61 Wes Burton TBA Ford 70 Jeff Agnew TBA Chevrolet 74 TBA Koma Unwind Relaxation Drink Chevrolet 75 Caleb Holman Food Country USA Chevrolet 81 David Starr Build Your Future/Zachry Toyota 84 Chris Fontaine Glenden Enterprises Chevrolet 88 Matt Crafton Menard’s Toyota 93 Chris Cockrum RSS Racing Chevrolet 98 Dakoda Armstrong Ever Fi.com Toyota 99 Bryan Silas Rockingham Speedway Ford 07 Johnny Champman Wear Your Gear/ BOBBER.info Toyota 08 Ross Chastain Georgia Watermelon Assoc. Toyota 09 John Wes Townley Toyota – Save in May Sales Event Toyota

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