List of NASCAR teams

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NASCAR teams compete in all three national NASCAR series: the NASCAR Cup Series, Xfinity Series, and Camping World Truck Series, as well as in all the regional touring series. A team is limited to four cars in each of the NASCAR series. The team often shares a single manufacturer for all of the team's cars, but each car has an independent car number, driver, and crew chief.

NASCAR Cup Series[edit]

All teams updated for the 2021 season

Chartered teams[edit]

Manufacturer Team No. Driver Crew chief
Chevrolet Chip Ganassi Racing 1 Kurt Busch[1] Matt McCall
42 Ross Chastain[2] Phil Surgen[3]
Hendrick Motorsports 5 Kyle Larson[4] Cliff Daniels[4]
9 Chase Elliott[5] Alan Gustafson
24 William Byron[6] Rudy Fugle[7]
48 Alex Bowman[8][9] Greg Ives[9]
JTG Daugherty Racing 47 Ricky Stenhouse Jr.[10] Brian Pattie
Petty Ware Racing[N 1] 51 Cody Ware[11] Mike Hillman Sr.
Richard Childress Racing 3 Austin Dillon[12] Justin Alexander
8 Tyler Reddick[13] Randall Burnett
Richard Petty Motorsports 43 Erik Jones[14] Jerry Baxter[14]
Spire Motorsports[15] 7 Corey LaJoie[16] Ryan Sparks[17]
77 Jamie McMurray 1[N 2][18] Kevin Bellicourt[17]
TBA 33
Justin Haley 2[19]
StarCom Racing 00 Quin Houff[20] George Church[21]
Trackhouse Racing Team 99 Daniel Suárez[22] Travis Mack[23]
Ford Front Row Motorsports 34 Michael McDowell[24] Drew Blickensderfer[24]
38 Anthony Alfredo (R)[24] Seth Barbour[24]
Live Fast Motorsports[25][26] 78 B. J. McLeod[26] Frank Kerr[27]
Roush Fenway Racing 6 Ryan Newman[10] Scott Graves
17 Chris Buescher[10] Luke Lambert
Stewart-Haas Racing 4 Kevin Harvick[28] Rodney Childers[29]
10 Aric Almirola[30] Mike Bugarewicz
14 Chase Briscoe (R)[31][32] Johnny Klausmeier[33]
41 Cole Custer[12] Mike Shiplett
Team Penske 2 Brad Keselowski[34][35] Jeremy Bullins[36]
12 Ryan Blaney[37] Todd Gordon[36]
22 Joey Logano[38] Paul Wolfe[36]
Wood Brothers Racing 21 Matt DiBenedetto[39] Greg Erwin
Toyota 23XI Racing[40][41] 23 Bubba Wallace[40] Mike Wheeler[42]
Joe Gibbs Racing 11 Denny Hamlin[43] Chris Gabehart[44]
18 Kyle Busch[45] Ben Beshore[44]
19 Martin Truex Jr.[46] James Small[44]
20 Christopher Bell[47] Adam Stevens[44]
Chevrolet 1
Ford TBA
Rick Ware Racing[48] 15 Derrike Cope 1[N 3][49] Pat Tryson[49]
Joey Gase TBA[50]
J. J. Yeley TBA
James Davison TBA[51]
Garrett Smithley TBA[52]
TBA TBA
Ford 1
Chevrolet TBA
52 Josh Bilicki[53] Peter Sospenzo
Ford 1
Chevrolet TBA
53 Joey Gase 1[50] Billy Plourde
James Davison TBA[51]
Garrett Smithley TBA[52]
J. J. Yeley TBA
TBA TBA

Non-chartered teams[edit]

Complete schedule[edit]

Manufacturer Team No. Driver Crew chief
Chevrolet JTG Daugherty Racing 37 Ryan Preece[54] Trent Owens

Limited schedule[edit]

Manufacturer Team No. Driver Crew chief Rounds
Chevrolet Beard Motorsports 62 Noah Gragson[55] Darren Shaw 1
Kaulig Racing[56] 16 Kaz Grala[57] Matt Swiderski[58] 1
A. J. Allmendinger[59] 1
TBA 9
NY Racing Team[60] 44 TBA TBA TBA
Tommy Baldwin Racing 71 TBA TBA TBA
Ford Front Row Motorsports 36 David Ragan[24] Derrick Finley[24] 1
Go Fas Racing[61] 32 Ryan Ellis[62] TBA TBA
Team Penske 33 Austin Cindric[39][63] Miles Stanley[63] 1
Toyota Gaunt Brothers Racing 96 Ty Dillon[64] Dave Winston 2
TBA 9
Ford 1
Toyota TBA
MBM Motorsports[65] 13 Garrett Smithley[66] Mark Hillman[65] 1
Stephen Leicht[67] 8
Chad Finchum TBA
Ford 1
Toyota TBA
66 Timmy Hill[65] Clinton Cram 3

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The No. 51 car is officially listed on paper as Petty Ware Racing because they have a long-term partnership with Richard Petty Motorsports to use one of the charters they own. However, RPM is not involved with operating or helping this team out at the races in any way.
  2. ^ Entry will be fielded in a collaboration with Chip Ganassi Racing.
  3. ^ Entry will be fielded in a collaboration with StarCom Racing.

Xfinity Series[edit]

All teams updated for the 2021 season

Complete schedule[edit]

Manufacturer Team No. Race driver Crew chief
Chevrolet Bassett Racing 77 Ronnie Bassett Jr. 1[68] Nathan Kennedy[68]
Dillon Bassett TBA[68]
TBA TBA
Big Machine Racing Team[69] 48 Danny Bohn 1[70] Patrick Donahue[69]
Jade Buford 32[69]
Brandonbilt Motorsports[71] 68 Brandon Brown Doug Randolph[71]
DGM Racing 36 Alex Labbé[72][73] B. J. Tucker
92 Josh Williams[74] Ryan London
JD Motorsports[75] 0 Jeffrey Earnhardt[76] Kase Kallenbach
4 Landon Cassill[77] Tommy MacHek
6 Ryan Vargas (R)[78] Ricky Viers
15 Colby Howard[79] Wayne Carroll Jr.[79]
Jeremy Clements Racing 51 Jeremy Clements Mark Setzer[80]
Jimmy Means Racing 52 Gray Gaulding[81] Tim Brown[81]
JR Motorsports 1 Michael Annett[82] Mike Bumgarner[83]
7 Justin Allgaier[84] Jason Burdett
8 Josh Berry (R) 12[85] Taylor Moyer
Miguel Paludo 3[86]
Dale Earnhardt Jr. 1[87]
Sam Mayer (R) 17[88]
9 Noah Gragson[89] Dave Elenz
Jordan Anderson Racing[90] 31 Jordan Anderson (R)[90] Arthur Haire[90]
Kaulig Racing 10 Jeb Burton[91] Bruce Schlicker[92]
11 Justin Haley[93] Alex Yontz[92]
16 A. J. Allmendinger[94] Jason Trinchere[92]
Martins Motorsports[95] 44 Tommy Joe Martins Buddy Sisco[96]
Mike Harmon Racing[97] 47 Kyle Weatherman[97][98] Alan Collins Jr.
74 Bayley Currey[97][99] Ed Jewett
Our Motorsports[100] 02 Brett Moffitt[101][102] Joe Williams Jr.[102]
03 Tyler Reddick 1[100] Danny Johnson[103]
Andy Lally 1[104]
Patrick Emerling TBA[103]
Blaine Perkins 6[105]
Richard Childress Racing 2 Myatt Snider[106] Andy Street[106]
SS-Green Light Racing 07 Joe Graf Jr.[107] Mike Tyska[108]
Ford RSS Racing[109] 39 Ryan Sieg[110] Kevin Starland
Stewart-Haas Racing 98 Riley Herbst[111] Richard Boswell[111]
Team Penske 22 Austin Cindric[112] Brian Wilson[36]
Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing 18 Daniel Hemric[113] Dave Rogers[44]
19 Brandon Jones[114] Jeff Meendering[44]
20 Harrison Burton[115] Jason Ratcliff[44]
Sam Hunt Racing 26 Brandon Gdovic 6[116] Andrew Abbott[71]
Kris Wright 7[117]
Santino Ferrucci 20[118]
Chevrolet 1
Toyota TBA
B. J. McLeod Motorsports[119] 5 Matt Mills[120] George Ingram
Chevrolet 1
Toyota TBA
78 Jesse Little[121] Adam Brooks
Chevrolet 2
Toyota TBA
99 Stefan Parsons 3[122] Keith Wolfe
Josh Bilicki 1[123]
Mason Massey 12[124]
Ryan Ellis 7[125][126]
Vinnie Miller 3[127]
Toyota 1
Ford TBA
Hattori Racing Enterprises[N 1] 61 Robby Lyons 1[128] Patrick Magee[128]
TBA TBA
Austin Hill 9[129] Scott Zipadelli[129]
Ford 1
Toyota TBA
MBM Motorsports 13 Chad Finchum 1[130] Mark Hillman 1[65]
TBA 32
David Starr 32[131]
Ford 1
Toyota TBA
66 Timmy Hill[132] Clinton Cram 1[133]
Mark Hillman 32[133]
Ford 1
Chevrolet TBA
Rick Ware Racing[N 2] 17 Cody Ware 2[134] Jason Miller
J. J. Yeley 1[134]
James Davison TBA[135]
Joey Gase TBA[135]
Garrett Smithley TBA[135]
TBA TBA
Ford 1
Chevrolet 1
RSS Racing with
Reaume Brothers Racing
[136]
23 Jason White 1[137] Paul Clapprood
Natalie Decker 5[138]
TBA TBA

Limited schedule[edit]

Manufacturer Team No. Race driver Crew chief Rounds
Chevrolet ACG Motorsports[139] 25 Chris Cockrum[139] Jeff Spraker[139] 5[139]
DGM Racing 90 Caesar Bacarella[72] Eddie Troconis 10
91 Mario Gosselin[72] Dexter Bean 1
Kaulig Racing TBA Ross Chastain[140] TBA TBA
Mike Harmon Racing[97] TBA Mike Harmon[97] TBA TBA
Joe Nemechek[97] TBA
Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing 54 Ty Dillon[141] Chris Gayle[44] 4
Ty Gibbs (R)[142] 2
Kyle Busch[143] 5[N 3]
Martin Truex Jr.[142] 1
Denny Hamlin[142] 1

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Shigeaki Hattori is the listed owner of the No. 61 in each race, although the team only fields the car when Austin Hill is the driver. MBM Motorsports fields it in all other races using Hattori's owner points and car number.
  2. ^ Entries are fielded in collaboration with SS-Green Light Racing.
  3. ^ If Busch gets 3 wins this season to reach a total of 100 career Xfinity wins, he has pledged to retire from competition in the series.[144]

NASCAR Gander RV Outdoor Truck Series[edit]

All teams updated for the 2021 season

Complete schedule[edit]

Manufacturer Team No. Race driver Crew chief
Chevrolet AM Racing 22 Austin Wayne Self[145] Ryan Salomon[146]
Cram Racing Enterprises[147] 41 Dawson Cram[148] Brian Keselowski
GMS Racing[149] 2 Sheldon Creed[150] Jeff Stankiewicz[151]
21 Zane Smith[152] Kevin Manion[151]
23 Chase Purdy (R)[153] Jeff Hensley[151]
24 Raphaël Lessard[154][155] Chad Walter[151]
26 Tyler Ankrum[150] Charles Denike[151]
Hill Motorsports[156] 56 Gus Dean 2 Greg Ely
Timmy Hill 9
Tyler Hill 9[157]
TBA 2
Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing[158] 10 Jennifer Jo Cobb Danny Gill
Jordan Anderson Racing[90] 3 Jordan Anderson 1[90] Bruce Cook[90]
TBA 21
Niece Motorsports 40 Ryan Truex[159] Wally Rogers
42 Carson Hocevar (R)[160] Cody Efaw
45 Brett Moffitt[161] Phil Gould
Norm Benning Racing 6 Norm Benning[162] Ken Causey
Rackley WAR[163] 25 Timothy Peters[164] Chad Kendrick[164]
Young's Motorsports 02 Kris Wright (R)[165] Eddie Troconis[166]
12 Tate Fogleman[167] Ryan London[167]
20 Spencer Boyd[168] Joe Lax[169]
Ford David Gilliland Racing[170][171] 1 Hailie Deegan (R)[172] Mike Hillman Jr.[173]
15 Tanner Gray[174] Shane Wilson[175]
Front Row Motorsports[N 1] 38 Todd Gilliland[24] Chris Lawson[24]
Roper Racing[176] 04 Cory Roper[176] Shane Whitbeck
Toyota Halmar Friesen Racing 52 Stewart Friesen[177] Tripp Bruce
Hattori Racing Enterprises 16 Austin Hill[178] Scott Zipadelli[178]
Kyle Busch Motorsports 4 John Hunter Nemechek[179] Eric Phillips[180]
18 Chandler Smith (R)[181] Paul Andrews 1[182]
Danny Stockman Jr. 21[180]
51 Drew Dollar 8[183] Mardy Lindley[180]
TBA 9
Kyle Busch 5[184]
McAnally-Hilgemann Racing 19 Derek Kraus[185] Matt Noyce[185]
Spencer Davis Motorsports 11 Spencer Davis[186] Jerry Babb
ThorSport Racing[187][188] 13 Johnny Sauter[188] Joe Shear Jr.[188]
88 Matt Crafton[188] Carl Joiner Jr.[188]
98 Grant Enfinger 12[188] Jeriod Prince[188]
Christian Eckes 10[188]
99 Ben Rhodes[188] Rich Lushes[188]
Chevrolet 1
Ford TBA
Toyota TBA
CMI Motorsports[189] 49 Ray Ciccarelli 2[189] Matt Cooper
Ryan Huff TBA
TBA TBA
Chevrolet 1
Ford TBA
Toyota TBA
83 Tim Viens (R)[190] Tim Silva[190]
Chevrolet 2
Toyota TBA
Reaume Brothers Racing 33 Jason White 2[191] John Reaume
TBA 17
Jake Griffin 2[192]
Keith McGee 1[193]
Toyota 1
Chevrolet TBA
34 Jesse Iwuji 1 Andrew Abbott
TBA 21

Limited schedule[edit]

Manufacturer Team No. Race driver Crew chief Rounds
Chevrolet AM Racing[194] TBA Howie DiSavino III[195] TBA TBA
Bret Holmes Racing[196] 32 Bret Holmes[196] Shane Huffman[196] 5
Sam Mayer[196] 5
CR7 Motorsports 9 Codie Rohrbaugh Doug George 16[197]
Cram Racing Enterprises[147] 94 Chris Hacker[198] TBA TBA
FDNY Racing 28 Bryan Dauzat Jim Rosenblum 1[199]
Henderson Motorsports 75 Parker Kligerman[200] Chris Carrier 1
Sam Mayer[200] 1
TBA 2
Niece Motorsports 44 James Buescher[201] Tim Mooney 1
Bayley Currey[202] 1
Peck Motorsports 96 Todd Peck Keith Wolfe 1
Trey Hutchens Racing 14 Trey Hutchens TBA 8[203]
Young's Motorsports 82 Toni Breidinger[204] TBA TBA
Ford David Gilliland Racing 17 David Gilliland[205] Chad Johnston[175] 1
Taylor Gray[175] 7
Lira Motorsports[206] 60 Logan Misuraca[206] TBA TBA
Juan Manuel González[206] TBA
Andrik Dimayuga[206] TBA
NEMCO Motorsports 8 Joe Nemechek[207] Gere Kennon Jr. 1
Toyota Clay Greenfield Motorsports 68 Clay Greenfield[208] Jeff Hammond[209] 3
TBA TBA
Hattori Racing Enterprises TBA Max McLaughlin[210] TBA TBA[210]
McAnally-Hilgemann Racing TBA TBD[N 2] TBA 1[211]
On Point Motorsports 30 Danny Bohn Steven Lane 1[212]
TC Motorsports 91 Justin Carroll[213] Jim Long[213] 6
Chevrolet TBA
Toyota TBA
Reaume Brothers Racing 00 TBA TBA TBA

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Entries are fielded in collaboration with David Gilliland Racing.
  2. ^ The driver of this truck will be a participant in Bill McAnally Racing's new Driver Academy who wins a race in that series, selected via a drawing.

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