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Careers for Veterans 200 Entry List/Schedule

Careers for Veterans 200 Entry List/Schedule

by August 11, 2014 0 comments

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BROOKLYN, Mich. — The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series heads up to Brooklyn, Michigan, this weekend for 15th running of the Careers for Veterans 200 – a 100-lap race.

28 drivers (as of August 11th) are entered for Saturday afternoon’s race, marking what would be (if the number remains the same come Saturday) the lowest number of competitors to ever race in a Camping World Truck Series event at the Michigan International Speedway.

Kyle Busch (Kyle Busch Motorsports) will make his first start for his team since winning at Kentucky earlier in the year; Busch is five-for-five in starts in the Camping World Truck Series this year. Austin Dillon (NTS Motorsports) will make the start in the No. 20 NTS Motorsports Chevrolet this weekend in what will be his sixth series start of the year.

Joe Nemechek (SWM-NEMCO Motorsports) is slated to be in the No. 8 Smoke-N-Sear Toyota this weekend for his seventh race of the season and Joey Logano (Brad Keselowski Racing) is scheduled to make his second start of the year in the No. 19 Draw-Tite Ford. Busch, Nemechek, Dillon, and Logano are the only three drivers running double-duty this weekend by running Sunday’s Pure Michigan 400 in the Sprint Cup Series.

No former winner of the Careers for Veterans 200 is entered for the race. Two practice sessions are scheduled for Friday while qualifying will take place on Saturday morning and the race itself taking place in the afternoon.

Entry List for the Careers for Veterans 200 – 29 entered as of August 15th, 2014

  1. 0 – Caleb Roark – Chevrolet – Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing
  2. 02 – Tyler Young# – Chevrolet – Young’s Motorsports
  3. 05 – Travis Kvapil(i) – Toyota – Athenian Motorsports
  4. 6 – Norm Benning – Chevrolet – Norm Benning Racing
  5. 07 – Todd Peck – Chevrolet – SS-Green Light Racing
  6. 08 – Jimmy Weller III# – Chevrolet – SS-Green Light Racing
  7. 8 – Joe Nemechek – Toyota – SWM-NEMCO Motorsports
  8. 9 – Jason White(i) – Chevrolet – NTS Motorsports
  9. 10 – Jennifer Jo Cobb – Chevrolet – Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing
  10. 13 – Jeb Burton – Toyota – ThorSport Racing
  11. 17 – Timothy Peters – Toyota – Red Horse Racing
  12. 19 – Joey Logano(i) – Ford – Brad Keselowski Racing
  13. 20 – Austin Dillon(i) – Chevrolet – NTS Motorsports
  14. 21 – Joey Coulter – Chevrolet – GMS Racing
  15. 23 – Spencer Gallagher – Chevrolet – GMS Racing
  16. 29 – Ryan Blaney – Ford – Brad Keselowski Racing
  17. 30 – Ron Hornaday Jr. – Chevrolet – Turner Scott Motorsports
  18. 31 – Ben Kennedy# – Chevrolet – Turner Scott Motorsports
  19. 32 – Tayler Malsam – Chevrolet – Turner Scott Motorsports
  20. 35 – Mason Mingus# – Toyota – Win-Tron Racing
  21. 50 – T.J. Bell – Chevrolet – MAKE Motorsports
  22. 51 – Kyle Busch(i) – Toyota – Kyle Busch Motorsports
  23. 54 – Darrell Wallace Jr. – Toyota – Kyle Busch Motorsports
  24. 57 – Adam Edwards – Chevrolet – Linda Nicholas
  25. 63 – Justin Jennings – Chevrolet – MB Motorsports
  26. 77 – German Quiroga – Toyota – Red Horse Racing
  27. 88 – Matt Crafton – Toyota – ThorSport Racing
  28. 98 – Johnny Sauter – Toyota – ThorSport Racing
  29. 99 – Bryan Silas – Chevrolet – T3R Racing

# = Rookie, (i) = Ineligible for NASCAR Camping World Truck Series points.

Weekend Schedule for the Careers for Veterans 200 – All Times Eastern

Practice 1: Friday | 1:30 p.m – 2:30 p.m

Final Practice: Friday | 3:00 p.m – 4:25 p.m

Qualifying: Saturday | 9:40 a.m

Race: Saturday | 12:30 p.m (100 laps)

 

Television Coverage for the Careers for Veterans 200 provided by: FOX Sports 1 / All practices and qualifying covered by FS1.

Radio Coverage for the Careers for Veterans 200 provided by: Motor Racing Network (MRN) and SiriusXM Satellite NASCAR Channel 90.

Kyle Pokrefky
Follow Kyle Pokrefky on Twitter at @KPokrefky

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