List of NASCAR teams

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The following is a list of 2015 teams in NASCAR's three premier series of Sprint Cup, Xfinity and Camping World Truck that have competed or are scheduled to compete this season.

Sprint Cup[edit]

All teams updated for the 2015 season

Full-time teams[edit]

Manufacturer Team No. Driver Crew Chief Sponsors
Chevrolet Chip Ganassi Racing 1 Jamie McMurray Matt McCall[1] McDonald's/Cessna/Sherwin Williams
42 Kyle Larson[2]
Regan Smith
Chris Heroy Target/Energizer/Axe
Furniture Row Racing 78 Martin Truex, Jr. Cole Pearn[3] Furniture Row
Germain Racing 13 Casey Mears[4] Bootie Barker Geico
Hendrick Motorsports 5 Kasey Kahne[5] Keith Rodden[6] Farmer's Insurance/Great Clips/Time Warner Cable/LiftMaster/Pepsi
24 Jeff Gordon Alan Gustafson Drive to End Hunger/3M/Axalta/Panasonic Toughbook/Pepsi
48 Jimmie Johnson[7] Chad Knaus[8] Lowe's
88 Dale Earnhardt, Jr.[9] Greg Ives[10] Nationwide/Mountain Dew/Kelley Blue Book
HScott Motorsports 46 Michael Annett[11] Jay Guy[12] Pilot Flying J/CypressHQ
51 Justin Allgaier[13] Steve Addington BRANDT Agriculture/Fraternal Order of Eagles
JTG Daugherty Racing 47 A. J. Allmendinger Brian Burns[14] Bush's Best/Kingsford/Scott/Clorox/various others
Phil Parsons Racing 98 Josh Wise[15] TBA Various
Richard Childress Racing 3 Austin Dillon Gil Martin Dow/American Ethanol
27 Paul Menard[16] Justin Alexander Menards
31 Ryan Newman Luke Lambert Quicken Loans/Caterpillar/Grainger
33 Ty Dillon 2[17][18]
Brian Scott
Todd Parrott (Dillon)
Slugger Labbe (Scott)
Mike Chance (Circle Sport)
Cheerios/Yuengling (Dillon)/Whitetail (Scott)/Dream Factory (Kennedy)
Hillman-Circle Sport LLC Travis Kvapil TBA
Michael Annett (Atlanta only)
Alex Kennedy
40 Landon Cassill[19] Mark Hillman Carsforsale.com/Snap Fitness/CRC Industries/Newtown Building Supplies
Stewart-Haas Racing 4 Kevin Harvick[20] Rodney Childers Budweiser/Jimmy John's/Outback Steakhouse/Ditech
10 Danica Patrick Daniel Knost[21] GoDaddy/Aspen Dental/TaxAct
14 Tony Stewart Chad Johnston Mobil 1/Bass Pro Shops/Code 3 Associates
41 Regan Smith
Kurt Busch
Tony Gibson[22] Haas Automation/State Water Heaters
Team XTREME Racing 44 Reed Sorenson TBA Golden Corral (Daytona 500)
The Motorsports Group 30 Ron Hornaday, Jr.[23] Pat Tryson Smokey Mountain Herbal Snuff
Tommy Baldwin Racing 7 Alex Bowman[24] Kevin Manion Toy State/Accell Construction
Ford Front Row Motorsports 34 David Ragan[25]
Joe Nemechek
Brett Moffitt
Chris Buescher
TBA KFC/CSX/Shaw's Southern Belle Frozen Foods/Dockside Logistics/A&W Restaurants
35 Cole Whitt[25] Randy Cox[25] Speed Stick/Rinnai/Sprouts Farmers Market/Standard Plumbing
38 David Gilliland[26] Donnie Wingo[26] Love's Travel Stops
Go FAS Racing 32 Bobby Labonte 4[27] Frank Stoddard4
Clinton Cram32
C&J Energy Services (Labonte)/Draftdemons.com/Rimrock Design/King Taco (Bliss)
Mike Bliss30[28]
Boris Said 2[29]
Richard Petty Motorsports 9 Sam Hornish, Jr.[30] Drew Blickensderfer Twisted Tea/Medallion Bank/Camping World/Mercury Marine
43 Aric Almirola[31] Trent Owens Smithfield/STP
Roush Fenway Racing 6 Trevor Bayne [32] Bob Osborne[33] Advocare
16 Greg Biffle[34] Matt Puccia[33] Ortho
17 Ricky Stenhouse, Jr.[34] Nick Sandler[33] Fastenal/Zest/Fifth Third/various others
Team Penske 2 Brad Keselowski[35] Paul Wolfe Miller Lite/Alliance Truck Parts/Detroit Genuine Parts/Wurth
22 Joey Logano Todd Gordon Shell-Penzoil/AAA
Toyota BK Racing 23 J. J. Yeley[36][37] Joe Williams Maxim Fantasy Sports/Dr. Pepper
26 Jeb Burton Patrick Donahue Livedeals/Maxim Fantasy Sports
83 Johnny Sauter/Matt DiBenedetto Doug Richert Dustless Blasting (Sauter)/Burger King
Joe Gibbs Racing 11 Denny Hamlin Dave Rogers[38] FedEx/Sport Clips
18 Matt Crafton
David Ragan
Kyle Busch
Adam Stevens[38] Mars/Interstate Batteries
19 Carl Edwards[39] Darian Grubb[38] Arris/Stanley/Comcast Business/Subway/Sport Clips
20 Matt Kenseth[40] Jason Ratcliff[38] Dollar General/DeWalt
Michael Waltrip Racing 15 Clint Bowyer Brian Pattie 5-hour Energy/Peak
55 Michael Waltrip 1[41] Billy Scott Aaron's/Janssen Pharmaceutica
Brett Moffitt 4
Brian Vickers 31[41]

Part-time teams[edit]

Manufacturer Team No. Race Driver Crew Chief Round(s)
Chevrolet Hendrick Motorsports 25 Chase Elliott[42] Kenny Francis 5
NEMCO Motorsports 87 Joe Nemechek TBA TBA
Ford Leavine Family Racing 95 Michael McDowell[43] Wally Rogers 20
Wood Brothers Racing 21 Ryan Blaney[44] Jeremy Bullins[45] 18
Toyota Premium Motorsports 66 Mike Wallace Scott Eggleston 36

Xfinity[edit]

All teams updated for the 2015 season

Full-time teams[edit]

Manufacturer Team No. Race Driver Crew Chief
Chevrolet Athenian Motorsports 25 John Wes Townley TBA[46] Mike Ford
Derrike Cope Racing 70 Derrike Cope[47] TBA
HScott Motorsports with
Chip Ganassi
42 Kyle Larson TBA[48][49] Mike Shiplett
Dylan Kwasniewski TBA[49]
JD Motorsports 0 Harrison Rhodes (R) TBA
01 Landon Cassill[50] Dave Fuge
4 Ross Chastain (R)[51] Gary Cogswell
Jeremy Clements Racing 51 Jeremy Clements[52] TBA
Jimmy Means Racing 52 Joey Gase TBA
JR Motorsports 7 Regan Smith[53] Jason Burdett[54]
9 Chase Elliott[55] Ernie Cope[55]
88 Dale Earnhardt, Jr. 4[56] Dave Elenz[54]
Kevin Harvick 12[57][58]
Kasey Kahne 7[57]
Ben Rhodes (R) 10[59]
NEMCO Motorsports 87 Joe Nemechek TBA
Richard Childress Racing 2 Brian Scott[60] Mike Hillman, Jr.[61]
3 Ty Dillon[62] Danny Stockman, Jr.
33 Austin Dillon TBA[63] Nick Harrison
Brandon Jones TBA[64]
Paul Menard TBA[65]
62 Brendan Gaughan[66] Shane Wilson
Rick Ware Racing TBA Carlos Contreras 20[67] TBA
Viva Motorsports[68] 55 Jeffrey Earnhardt[69] Mark Setzer
Ford Richard Petty Motorsports 43 Dakoda Armstrong[70] Frank Kerr[70]
Roush Fenway Racing 1 Elliott Sadler[71] Phil Gould[33]
6 Darrell Wallace, Jr. (R)[72] Chad Norris[33]
16 Ryan Reed[73] Seth Barbour[33]
60 Chris Buescher[72] Scott Graves[33]
Team Penske 22 Ryan Blaney (R) TBA[74] Greg Erwin
Brad Keselowski TBA
Joey Logano TBA[75]
Toyota JGL Racing 24 Eric McClure[76] Jay Guy
28 J. J. Yeley[76] TBA
Joe Gibbs Racing 18 Daniel Suárez (R)[77] Eric Phillips[38]
20 Erik Jones 10[78][79] Mike Wheeler[38]
Matt Kenseth 1
Denny Hamlin 1[80]
54 Kyle Busch TBA Chris Gayle[38]
TriStar Motorsports 8 Blake Koch[81] Bruce Cook[82]
14 Cale Conley (R)[83] Eddie Pardue[82]
19 Scott Lagasse, Jr. 1 TBA
Mike Bliss TBA[82] Paul Clapprood[82]
44 David Starr[84] Greg Conner[82]
Vision Racing 17 Tanner Berryhill TBA

Part-time teams[edit]

Manufacturer Team No. Race Driver Crew Chief Rounds
Chevrolet JR Motorsports 5 Kasey Kahne TBA 1
Mike Affarano Motorsports 03 Johanna Long[85] TBA TBA
Team Kapusta Racing 56 Charles Lewandoski TBA 1
Dodge MBM Motorsports 13 Derek White TBA 1
Toyota JGL Racing 26 Mike Wallace


1
TBA Shepherd Racing Ventures 89 Morgan Shepherd[86] TBA 1
SS-Green Light Racing TBA Jimmy Weller III[87] TBA 2

Camping World Trucks[edit]

All teams updated for the 2015 season

Full-time teams[edit]

Manufacturer Team No. Race Driver(s) Crew Chief
Chevrolet Athenian Motorsports 05 John Wes Townley[88] Michael Shelton
Billy Boat Motorsports 15 Mason Mingus[89] Dennis Connor
GMS Racing 23 Spencer Gallagher (R)[90] Jeff Stankiewicz
33 Ty Dillon 4[91] Shane Huffman
Brandon Jones (R) 16[92]
Austin Dillon 3[91]
MAKE Motorsports 50 Jordan Anderson (R)[93] TBA
Norm Benning Racing 6 Norm Benning[94] TBA
Premium Motorsports 94 Travis Kvapil 1[95] John Monsam
Wendell Chavous (R) 22[95]
Roo Motorsports 49 Scott Saunders (R)[96] TBA
SS-Green Light Racing 07 Ray Black, Jr. (R)[97] TBA
SWM-NEMCO Motorsports 8 Joe Nemechek 5[98] Gere Kennon, Jr.
John Hunter Nemechek (R) 18[98]
T3R Racing 99 Bryan Silas TBA
Young's Motorsports 02 Tyler Young[99] Bryan Berry
Ford Brad Keselowski Racing 19 Tyler Reddick Doug Randolph
29 Austin Theriault (R) 13[100] Chad Kendrick
Ryan Blaney TBA[100]
Brad Keselowski TBA[100]
Joey Logano TBA[100]
Toyota Kyle Busch Motorsports 4 Erik Jones[101] Ryan Fugle[102]
51 Daniel Suárez 13[103] Jerry Baxter[102]
Kyle Busch 4
Matt Tifft 6[104]
54 Justin Boston (R)[105] Shannon Rursch[102]
Red Horse Racing 11 Ben Kennedy[106] Scott Zipadelli
17 Timothy Peters[106] Marcus Richmond
ThorSport Racing 88 Matt Crafton Carl Joiner
98 Johnny Sauter Doug George

Part-time teams[edit]

Manufactures Team No. Driver(s) Crew Chief Rounds
Chevrolet JR Motorsports 00 Cole Custer[107] Joe Shear, Jr. 10
MB Motorsports 63 Jake Griffin[108] TBA 1
Mike Affarano Motorsports 03 Johanna Long[109] TBA TBA
SWM-NEMCO Motorsports 87 Joe Nemechek TBA TBA
NTS Motorsports 20 Scott Lagasse, Jr. TBA 1
TBA 81 Garrett Smithley TBA 1

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