Event Schedule: Toyota/Save Mart 350
Friday 3 p.m. 4:45 p.m. ET Practice on SPEED, 6:30 p.m. – 8 p.m. ET Final Practice on SPEED
Saturday 2 p.m. ET Group Qualifying Session on SPEED
Sunday 3 p.m. ET Race on TNT
Track & Race Information: Sonoma Raceway
1.99 mile road course with 10 turns – 110 laps, 218.9 miles, 350 km
Grandstand Seating – 47,000
First Sprint Cup Series Race – 1989, 24 Total Races
Most Wins – Jeff Gordon (5)
2012 Winner – Clint Bowyer
Entry List: OPR = Owner Points Rank
|2||Brad Keselowski||Miller Lite||Ford||Penske||9|
|5||Kasey Kahne||Farmers Insurance||Chevrolet||Hendrick||12|
|11||Denny Hamlin||FedEx Freight||Toyota||JGR||17|
|14||Tony Stewart||Mobil 1 / Bass Pro Shops||Chevrolet||SHR||10|
|15||Clint Bowyer||5 Hour Energy||Toyota||MWR||3|
|17||Ricky Stenhouse Jr||Ford Ecoboost||Ford||RFR||21|
|20||Matt Kenseth||Husky Tools||Toyota||JGR||5|
|22||Joey Logano||Shell Pennzoil||Ford||Penske||14|
|24||Jeff Gordon||Drive to End Hunger||Chevrolet||Hendrick||16|
|27||Paul Menard||Menards / Moen||Chevrolet||RCR||11|
|31||Jeff Burton||Utility Trailers||Chevrolet||RCR||18|
|32||Boris Said||-||Ford||FAS Lane||39|
|33||Ron Fellows||Canadian Tire||Chevrolet||Circle Sport||36|
|34||David Ragan||Taco Bell||Ford||Front Row||30|
|35||Josh Wise||MDS Transport||Ford||Front Row||37|
|36||Victor Gonzalez Jr||-||Chevrolet||TBR||35|
|38||David Gilliland||Long John Silver's||Ford||Front Row||31|
|39||Ryan Newman||Haas Automation 30th Anniversary||Chevrolet||SHR||20|
|51||Jacques Villeneuve||Tag Heuer Eyewear||Chevrolet||Phoenix||25|
|52||Paulie Harraka||HASA Pool Products||Ford||Go Green||47|
|55||Brian Vickers||RK Motors Charlotte||Toyota||MWR||19|
|56||Martin Truex Jr||NAPA Auto Parts||Toyota||MWR||13|
|78||Kurt Busch||Furniture Row / Sealy||Chevrolet||Furniture Row||22|
|83||David Reutimann||Burger King / Dr Pepper||Toyota||BK Racing||34|
|87||Tommy Drissi||The Wolverine Movie – Corn||Toyota||NEMCO/JRR||41|
|88||Dale Earnhardt Jr||National Guard||Chevrolet||Hendrick||7|
|93||Travis Kvapil||Burger King / Dr Pepper||Toyota||BK Racing||38|
Entry List Notes:
There are four drivers making their NASCAR Sprint Cup Series debuts this Sunday at Sonoma Raceway. Alex Kennedy will drive the No. 19 Toyota for Humphrey Smith Racing. That ride usually belongs to Mike Bliss. The 21-year old Kennedy has 14 Nationwide Series starts under his belt. Justin Marks will drive the No. 7 Chevrolet for Tommy Baldwin Racing. Dave Blaney is the usual driver in that ride. The 32-year old Marks has made eight Nationwide Series starts and 35 Camping World Truck Series starts to date. Victor Gonzalez Jr will drive the No. 36 Chevrolet for Tommy Baldwin Racing. JJ Yeley usually is the driver of that ride. The 36-year old Gonzalez has made seven career Nationwide Series starts. Paulie Harraka will drive the No. 52 Ford for Go Green Racing. It will be the third attempt for the team this season but the first with the 23-year old driver. Harraka has four career Nationwide Series starts and 11 career Camping World Truck Series starts.
JJ Yeley will still drive on Sunday in the No. 37 Chevrolet for owner Larry Gunselman. It will be the first attempt for that team in the 2013 season.
Bobby Labonte is back in the No. 47 Toyota for JTG Daugherty Racing after driving last week for Phoenix Racing.
Jacques Villeneuve will drive the the No. 51 Chevrolet for Phoenix Racing at Sonoma. He has made three career Sprint Cup Series starts.
Boris Said will drive the No. 32 Ford for FAS Lane Racing. He has 45 career Sprint Cup Series starts dating back to 1999 with eight top 10 finishes.
Ron Fellows will drive the No. 33 Chevrolet for Circle Sport. It is the second straight and third race of the season that Landon Cassill has not been the driver of the No. 33. Fellows has 23 career Sprint Cup Series starts dating back to 1995. He has five top 10 finishes in those races.
Tommy Drissi will make his second career Cup start driving for Joe Nemechek in the No. 87 Toyota.
Brian Vickers will drive the No. 55 Toyota for Michael Waltrip Racing. It will be his third start of 2013 in that ride and he also has three starts in the No. 11 subbing for Denny Hamlin.
Phil Parson Racing's No. 98 team usually driven by Michael McDowell did not make the trip to California along with the Wood Brothers No. 21 team, Leavine Family Racing's No. 95 team, and Xxxtreme Motorsports No. 44 team.Tags: Alex Kennedy, Bobby Labonte, Boris Said, Brian Vickers, Clint Bowyer, Jacques Villeneuve, Jeff Gordon, JJ Yeley, Justin Marks, Motorsports, NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, Ron Fellows, Sonoma Raceway, Tommy Drissi, Victor Gonzalez Jr