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Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway Notes & Entry List

July 4th, 2013 at 9:30 AM
By Mark Eddinger

Race number 18 of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season will be the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway. There are 43 cars on the entry list which means all of the teams will make Saturday night's race.

Event Schedule: Coke Zero 400

Thursday 4 p.m. – 5:20 p.m. ET Practice on SPEED, 6:35 p.m. – 8 p.m. ET Final Practice on SPEED

Friday 4:10 p.m. ET Qualifying on SPEED

Saturday 7:30 p.m. ET Race on TNT

Track & Race Information: Daytona International Speedway

2.5 mile oval – 160 laps, 400 miles

Grandstand Seating – 168,000

First Sprint Cup Series Race – 1959, 132 Total Races

Most Wins – Richard Petty (10), Active – Jeff Gordon (6)

2012 Coke Zero 400 Winner – Tony Stewart

2013 Daytona 500 Winner – Jimmie Johnson

Entry List: OPR = Owner Points Rank

Car #DriverSponsorManufacturerTeamOPR
1Jamie McMurrayCessna American SaluteChevroletEGR19
2Brad KeselowskiMiller LiteFordPenske13
5Kasey KahneHendrickcars.comChevroletHendrick11
7Dave BlaneyFlorida LotteryChevroletTBR32
9Marcos AmbroseStanleyFordRPM24
10Danica PatrickGoDaddy / .USChevroletSHR28
11Denny HamlinFedEx GroundToyotaJGR23
13Casey MearsGEICOFordGermain27
14Tony StewartBass Pro Shops / Ducks UnlimitedChevroletSHR16
15Clint BowyerPEAK BlueDEF Diesel Exhaust FluidToyotaMWR3
16Greg Biffle3MFordRFR9
17Ricky Stenhouse JrFifth ThirdFordRFR21
18Kyle BuschInterstate All Battery CenterToyotaJGR7
20Matt KensethHusky ToolsToyotaJGR5
21Trevor BayneMotorcraft / Quick LaneFordWood Brothers41
22Joey LoganoShell – PennzoilFordPenske10
24Jeff GordonAxalta Coating SystemsChevroletHendrick12
27Paul MenardMenards / RheemChevroletRCR15
29Kevin HarvickBudweiser Folds of HonorChevroletRCR4
30David StremmeLean1ToyotaSwan33
31Jeff BurtonKwiksetChevroletRCR22
32Terry LabonteC&J EnergyFordFAS Lane37
33Landon CassillLittle Joes AutosChevroletCircle Sport36
34David RaganPeanut Patch Boiled PeanutsFordFront Row31
35Josh WiseMDS TransportFordFront Row39
36JJ YeleyGolden CorralChevroletTBR35
38David GillilandLong John Silver'sFordFront Row30
39Ryan NewmanOutback SteakhouseChevroletSHR18
42Juan MontoyaTargetChevroletEGR25
43Aric AlmirolaU.S. Air ForceFordRPM17
47Bobby LabonteScott ProductsToyotaJTG/D29
48Jimmie JohnsonLowe's Dover WhiteChevroletHendrick1
51AJ AllmendingerPhoenix ConstructionChevroletPhoenix26
55Michael WaltripAaron's Dream MachineToyotaMWR20
56Martin Truex JrNAPA BatteriesToyotaMWR8
78Kurt BuschFurniture Row / BeautyrestChevroletFurniture Row14
83David ReutimannBurger King / Dr PepperToyotaBK Racing34
87Joe NemechekRoyal Teak CollectionToyotaNEMCO/JRR40
88Dale Earnhardt JrNational GuardChevroletHendrick6
93Travis KvapilBurger King / Dr PepperToyotaBK Racing38
95Scott Speed-FordLFR43
98Michael McDowellPhil Parsons RacingFordPPR42
99Carl EdwardsSubwayFordRFR2

Entry List Notes:

Trevor Bayne, the 2011 Daytona 500 winner, will race for the seventh time this season in the No. 21 Wood Brothers Racing Ford.

Terry Labonte will drive the No. 32 Ford for FAS Lane Racing for the fourth time this season.

Landon Cassill remains in the No. 33 Chevrolet for Circle Sport this weekend. He did not drive the No. 33 at the Daytona 500 because Austin Dillon was in the car.

Bobby Labonte is back in the No. 47 Toyota for JTG/Daugherty Racing this weekend after being replaced last weekend by AJ Allmendinger.

AJ Allmendinger will drive his eighth race of 2013 and his sixth in the No. 51 Chevrolet for Phoenix Racing.

Michael Waltrip will drive his own No. 55 Toyota for the second time this season. He finished fourth in the car at Talladega. He also drove the Daytona 500 for Swan Racing in the No. 26 Toyota to a 26th place finish.

Scott Speed will drive for the ninth time this season in the No. 95 Ford for Leavine Family Racing and it will be the first start for him since Charlotte in May.

Mike Bliss and the No. 19 Humphrey Smith Racing team are not entered and neither is the No. 44 Xxxtreme Motorsports team driven by Scott Riggs.

Tags: Coke Zero 400, Daytona International Speedway, Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson, Motorsports, NASCAR, NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, Sprint Cup Series, Tony Stewart

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