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JD Motorsports
JD Motorsports
Owner(s)Johnny Davis
BaseGaffney, South Carolina
SeriesNASCAR Xfinity Series
Race drivers4. Bayley Currey
6. Ryan Vargas, Gray Gaulding, Ty Dillon, Spencer Pumpelly, Bobby McCarty, Brennan Poole
Sponsors4. KSDT CPA, Ghost, Chasco Constructors, Jersey Mike's Subs, Habana Brisa, Azalea Gynecology, Scott Combs Real Estate, SEM Products, Alka-Seltzer
6. Swann Security, Advanced Masonry & Concrete, KSDT CPA, Twin Liquors, Jersey Mike's Subs, Hempvana, Monarch Roofing, RecruitMilitary, 511 Auction, JT Marine, Black Hole Ammo, r/NASCAR
ManufacturerChevrolet
Opened2002
Career
Debut2002 GNC Live Well 250 (Milwaukee)
Latest race2022 Andy's Frozen Custard 300 (Texas)
Races competed640
Drivers' Championships0
Race victories0
Pole positions0

JD Motorsports, is an American professional stock car racing team that currently competes in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. It is owned and operated by Johnny Davis. It currently fields two Chevrolet Camaro SS teams: The No. 4 for Bayley Currey and the No. 6 for several drivers as well as the No. 0 part-time. The team purchases engines from Clements Racing Engines. Jeremy Clements drove for JD Motorsports in the past.

Johnny Davis has been affiliated with NASCAR competition for over 27 years, serving as a crew member, fabricator, and then crew chief for several Winston Cup and Busch Series teams. Davis' first foray into team ownership was with competition Go-Karts in the 1990s. The team has since expanded and is located in a state-of-the-art 40,000+ square foot facility in Gaffney, South Carolina. The team made history by having the first female crew chief in 2008 and building the first Nationwide Series Car of Tomorrow. The team is also known for running extremely well at restrictor-plate tracks. JD Motorsports entries have led laps in 5 of the last 6 races at Daytona and Talladega with Mike Wallace driving.[1]

Car No. 0 history

Kertus Davis (2002)

The No. 0 car made its debut in 2002, fielding an entry for Davis' son Kertus. In his first race, he started 31st but finished 32nd after a wreck. He ran three more races that season and had the best finish of twenty-fourth at Memphis Motorsports Park after gaining sponsorship from Broadway Motors.

Morgan Shepherd and Jason White (2003)

In 2003, Eagle Jet International became the team's new sponsor, and Morgan Shepherd was hired as the team's driver for most of its races. His best finish came at Talladega Superspeedway, where he finished 11th, when J. R. Robbs took over for three races with a best finish of 27th. Jason White then became the team's regular driver, and Shepherd moved to Davis' new No. 70 team. White drove for most of the season and had two top-twenty finishes in the No. 0 car, before Gus Wasson finished out the year in the car, finishing 29th at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

Jason Schuler and Gus Wasson (2004)

In 2004, the No. 0 switched to the No. 10 and the No. 70 the No. 0, and Jason Schuler began the year with the team with Operation Fire SAFE as a sponsor. After six races and the best finish of 27th, he was replaced by Wasson with Race Girl sponsorship. He ran for most of the season in the ten car, replaced once by Tina Gordon. His best finish that season came at Nashville Superspeedway, where he finished 22nd.

Kertus Davis (2005-2006)

For the 2005 season, the No. 10 returned to its original No. 0. Kertus Davis began driving the No. 0 full-time with Race Girl sponsoring. He competed in twenty-eight races with a top-ten at Talladega for his rookie season, and Rafael Martínez and Joe Fox served as relief drivers on road courses.

The team began the 2006 season under rumors that they would close due to sponsorship issues but remained open. Davis qualified for twenty-two races in that year, sharing the ride with Randy LaJoie and Morgan Shepherd.

Eric McClure (2007)

Kertus Davis left for Kevin Harvick Incorporated in 2007 and was replaced by Eric McClure and Hefty sponsorship. J. R. Fitzpatrick drove at Mexico City and Montreal, while Kevin Lepage driving at Watkins Glen. At the end of the 2007 season, McClure and his sponsorship departed for Front Row Motorsports. Due to a lack of sponsorship, it was announced on Jayski's Silly Season Site that JDM's equipment would be auctioned off on December 1, although the team remained open.

In 2009, Steve Grissom drove this car
Multiple drivers (2008-2011)

The No. 0 team began the 2008 season with Kertus Davis qualifying at Daytona, however, his time was disallowed and he moved to the No. 01. Since Daytona, Dwayne Leik has run four races, Mike Potter has run two races, Danny Efland has been in the car for five races and Davis returned to the No. 0 car at Dover for one race. Larry Gunselman drove the car regularly for the balance of the season, with Wheeler Boys filling in on road courses. Danny O'Quinn began the season as the driver of the No. 0 car but moved over to the No. 01 after one race. J. C. Stout, Robert Richardson, Mark Green and Steve Grissom shared the car before Mike Wallace took over the driving duties. The team starts and parks on occasion in 2009, however, the team did manage to finish at Kentucky. After Wallace moved to the 01, Andy Lally, Stout and Jeremy Clements drove.

In 2011, James Hylton ran the car at Darlington as a start and park. Tim Schendel and Brad Teague also started and parked at Iowa and Dover respectively.

Harrison Rhodes (2015)

For 2015, JD Motorsports announced that Harrison Rhodes would be their third full-time driver with the No. 0 Chevrolet Camaro. ARCA regular Bobby Gerhart would replace Rhodes in the 0 while he is driving the 4 with Ross Chastain being moved to the 01. Rhodes finished in the top 10 at Daytona, the same race where teammate Garrett Smithley finished fifth.

Garrett Smithley (2016-2019)

The following year, Eric McClure, who previously drove this team since 2007, joined the team for the season opener at Daytona in the No. 0,[2] while Garrett Smithley took over the week after, competing for Rookie of the Year honors.[3] From 2016 to 2019 Smithley drove most races in the 0, producing a best finish of fifth at Daytona in 2017, before getting replaced by B. J. McLeod in 2020.

Jeffrey Earnhardt (2020-2021)

B. J. McLeod drove this car for the first 4 races this season before moving to the 6 car. Jeffrey Earnhardt later drove this car for the rest of the season except road-course tracks while Mike Wallace drove this car. Wallace was later suspended indefinitely by NASCAR for actions detrimental to stock car racing, which led Jeffrey Earnhardt to run the car for the rest of the season, including Talladega. Earnhardt returned in 2021 but left to join Sam Hunt Racing's No. 24 and 26 cars on a limited schedule for the 2022 season.


Car No. 0 results

NASCAR Xfinity Series results
Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 Owners Pts
2002 Kertus Davis 0 Chevy DAY CAR LVS DAR BRI TEX NSH TAL CAL RCH NHA NZH CLT DOV NSH KEN MLW
32
DAY CHI GTY
DNQ
PPR DAR
31
RCH DOV KAN CLT MEM
24
ATL CAR
41
PHO HOM
DNQ
N/A N/A
Brad Teague IRP
24
MCH BRI
2003 Morgan Shepherd DAY CAR
40
LVS
DNQ
DAR
27
BRI
39
TEX
33
TAL
11
CAL
41
RCH
35
CLT
DNQ
N/A N/A
Jason White NSH
21
NSH
17
KEN
25
MLW
27
DAY
26
CHI
23
NHA
22
PPR
20
MCH
32
DAR
30
RCH
30
DOV
23
KAN
35
CLT
35
MEM
41
J. R. Robbs GTY
27
RCH
36
DOV
37
Dude Teate IRP
22
Jay Sommers BRI
28
Gus Wasson ATL
29
PHO
31
CAR
34
HOM
34
2004 Jason Schuler 10 DAY
29
CAR
27
LVS
31
DAR
32
BRI
38
TEX
41
N/A N/A
Gus Wasson NSH
33
CAL
36
GTY
25
RCH
25
NZH
26
CLT
24
DOV
33
NSH
22
KEN
35
MLW
28
DAY
37
CHI
29
NHA
24
PPR
31
IRP
37
MCH
26
BRI
40
CAL
31
RCH
36
DOV
28
KAN
28
CLT
DNQ
MEM
26
ATL
31
PHO
31
DAR
28
HOM
DNQ
Tina Gordon TAL
28
2005 Kertus Davis 0 DAY
34
CAL
42
LVS
42
ATL
28
NSH
32
BRI
26
TEX
40
PHO
25
TAL
10
DAR
33
RCH
DNQ
CLT
37
DOV
27
NSH
36
KEN
26
MLW
39
DAY
21
CHI
DNQ
NHA
38
PPR
41
GTY
40
IRP
30
MCH
42
BRI
33
CAL
35
RCH
DNQ
DOV
25
KAN
DNQ
CLT
DNQ
MEM
28
PHO
31
HOM
41
N/A N/A
Rafael Martinez MXC
43
Joe Fox GLN
DNQ
Eric McClure TEX
DNQ
2006 Kertus Davis DAY
DNQ
CAL
42
LVS
DNQ
ATL
35
BRI
40
TEX
DNQ
NSH
43
PHO
41
TAL
32
RCH
DNQ
MLW
36
DAY
31
CHI
34
NHA
31
MAR
42
GTY
39
MCH
40
BRI
38
CAL
35
RCH
42
DOV
41
KAN
36
CLT
DNQ
TEX
37
PHO
40
HOM
DNQ
N/A N/A
Randy LaJoie MXC
41
Morgan Shepherd DAR
DNQ
CLT
41
DOV
43
NSH
40
KEN
42
IRP
41
P. J. Jones GLN
43
Chris Wimmer MEM
DNQ
2007 Eric McClure DAY
35
CAL
40
LVS
26
ATL
37
BRI
24
NSH
26
TEX
29
PHO
30
TAL
18
RCH
DNQ
DAR
40
CLT
DNQ
DOV
28
NSH
35
KEN
32
MLW
31
NHA
37
DAY
36
CHI
41
GTY
37
IRP
29
MCH
DNQ
BRI
42
CAL
37
RCH
42
DOV
26
KAN
42
CLT
DNQ
MEM
28
TEX
40
PHO
DNQ
HOM
DNQ
N/A N/A
J. R. Fitzpatrick MXC
33
CGV
43
Kevin Lepage GLN
28
2008 Kertus Davis DAY
DNQ
DOV
36
N/A N/A
Dwayne Leik CAL
38
LVS
41
ATL
43
TAL
40
Mike Potter BRI
43
PHO
41
Danny Efland NSH
37
RCH
41
DAR
35
CLT
43
NSH
39
KEN
42
PHO
DNQ
Donnie Neuenberger TEX
DNQ
Joe Fox MXC
DNQ
J. C. Stout MLW
40
NHA
39
Brad Teague DAY
43
Larry Gunselman CHI
43
GTY
42
IRP
42
GLN
DNQ
MCH
DNQ
BRI
38
CAL
36
RCH
DNQ
DOV
36
KAN
DNQ
CLT
DNQ
MEM
DNQ
TEX
Wheeler Boys CGV
32
David Green HOM
29
2009 Danny O'Quinn Jr. DAY
23
N/A N/A
J. C. Stout CAL
38
TEX
40
MLW
37
ATL
DNQ
RCH
40
DOV
DNQ
Robert Richardson Jr. LVS
34
Steve Grissom BRI
43
Mark Green NSH
DNQ
PHO
38
RCH
40
DAR
39
CLT
41
DOV
39
NSH
43
KEN
19
Mike Wallace TAL
39
NHA
DNQ
DAY
DNQ
CHI
38
GTY
22
IRP
DNQ
GLN
39
Kertus Davis IOW
37
MCH
DNQ
BRI
DNQ
Andy Lally CGV
37
Jeremy Clements KAN
32
CAL
12
CLT
22
MEM
29
TEX
33
PHO
29
HOM
DNQ
2010 DAY
DNQ
CAL LVS BRI NSH PHO TEX N/A N/A
Chrissy Wallace TAL
24
RCH DAR DOV CLT NSH KEN ROA NHA DAY CHI GTY IRP IOW GLN MCH
Brad Teague BRI
38
CGV ATL RCH DOV KAN CAL CLT GTY TEX PHO HOM
2011 James Hylton DAY PHO LVS BRI CAL TEX TAL NSH RCH DAR
43
74th 7
Brad Teague DOV
39
Tim Schendel IOW
42
CLT CHI MCH ROA DAY KEN NHA NSH IRP IOW GLN CGV BRI ATL RCH CHI DOV KAN CLT TEX PHO HOM
2015 Harrison Rhodes 0 Chevy DAY
DNQ
ATL
34
LVS
26
PHO
23
CAL
25
TEX
27
BRI
29
RCH
22
TAL
36
IOW
37
CLT
35
DOV
26
MCH
22
DAY
9
KEN
35
NHA
39
IND
25
IOW
35
BRI
34
DAR
33
RCH
23
KEN
34
DOV
27
TEX
34
PHO
22
HOM
24
31st 479
Bobby Gerhart CHI
36
Michael Self GLN
37
MOH
27
CHI
25
KAN
32
Lawson Aschenbach ROA
18
Josh Reaume CLT
38
2016 Eric McClure DAY
30
23rd 555
Garrett Smithley ATL
24
LVS
24
PHO
31
CAL
23
TEX
23
BRI
29
RCH
20
TAL
12
DOV
24
CLT
15
POC
27
MCH
17
IOW
22
DAY
13
KEN
24
NHA
23
IND
23
IOW
22
GLN
39
MOH
24
BRI
23
ROA
40
DAR
22
RCH
31
CHI
19
KEN
17
DOV
26
CLT
25
KAN
18
TEX
25
PHO
34
HOM
29
2017 DAY
8
ATL
27
LVS
29
PHO
24
CAL
26
TEX
30
BRI
34
RCH
29
TAL
21
CLT
24
DOV
27
POC
35
MCH
29
IOW
10
DAY
28
KEN
26
NHA
23
IND
21
IOW
35
GLN
24
MOH
30
BRI
34
ROA
27
DAR
26
RCH
32
KEN
25
DOV
29
CLT
23
KAN
28
TEX
24
PHO
25
HOM
24
29th 355
Vinnie Miller CHI
29
2018 Garrett Smithley DAY
5
PHO
28
CAL
23
TEX
27
BRI
17
RCH
27
TAL
10
DOV
32
CLT
14
POC
26
MCH
26
IOW
25
CHI
19
DAY
28
KEN
19
NHA
32
IOW
25
GLN
23
MOH
28
BRI
16
ROA
15
IND
20
LVS
18
RCH
24
CLT
25
DOV
23
KAN
13
TEX
20
PHO
26
HOM
27
23rd 465
Matt Mills ATL
36
LVS
27
Vinnie Miller DAR
37
2019 Garrett Smithley DAY
24
ATL
17
LVS
18
PHO
22
CAL
19
TEX
31
BRI
22
RCH
19
TAL
12
DOV
23
CLT
17
POC
29
MCH
27
IOW
29
CHI
25
DAY
14
KEN
19
NHA
24
IOW
22
GLN
24
MOH
20
BRI
28
ROA
33
DAR
29
IND
14
LVS
23
RCH
27
DOV
26
KAN
33
TEX
17
PHO
27
HOM
32
22nd 462
Lawson Aschenbach CLT
14
2020 B. J. McLeod DAY
13
LVS
33
CAL
24
PHO
20
21st 501
Jeffrey Earnhardt DAR
23
CLT
25
BRI
15
ATL
21
HOM
19
HOM
16
TAL
14
POC
16
KEN
29
KEN
18
TEX
12
KAN
17
DOV
20
DOV
29
DAY
33
DAR
21
RCH
24
RCH
14
BRI
17
LVS
33
TAL
32
CLT
11
KAN
20
TEX
18
MAR
28
PHO
32
Mike Wallace IND
24
ROA
24
DAY
25
2021 Jeffrey Earnhardt DAY
37
DAY
30
HOM
22
LVS
19
PHO
19
ATL
19
MAR
36
TAL
22
DAR
31
DOV
18
COA
DNQ
CLT
22
MOH
34
TEX
36
NSH
DNQ
POC
22
ROA
DNQ
ATL
22
NHA
26
GLN
25
MCH
23
DAY
20
DAR
26
RCH
30
BRI
25
LVS
29
TAL
29
CLT
20
TEX
23
KAN
28
MAR
22
PHO
36
32nd 338
Spencer Pumpelly IND
24

Car No. 04 history

Kertus Davis in 2009.
Kevin Lepage in 2010.
No. 70 (2003)

In mid-2003, Johnny Davis created a second car, then No. 70, for Morgan Shepherd to drive when Jason White was hired to pilot the primary No. 0 car. Shepherd would qualify for three races in the No. 70 before he left to drive for Dwayne Miller. Other drivers who drove the No. 70 for the remainder of 2003 were Jason Rudd, Don Satterfield, Jason White, Brad Teague, and Gus Wasson.

No. 0 (2004)

In 2004, the Davis' primary No. 0 car switched to the No. 10, and the No. 70 became the No. 0. Jimmy Kitchens drove the No. 0 car for the first four races of the season, but did not finish a race. Greg Sacks and Blake Mallory attempted a few races in the car but did not qualify. Mike Potter drove the car for two races before Kertus Davis came back to drive three times late in the season.

No. 00 (2007)

The team would shut down at the end of the season with the team focusing instead on its purchase of the No. 01 car. Davis would enter a third car No. 00 for Mike Potter at the Milwaukee Mile in 2007 to fill out short Busch Series field.

No. 04 (2009-2010)

The team would be revived in 2009 with Mark Green driving the No. 04 at Talladega, but lose an engine. Kertus Davis took over the car after leaving Jay Robinson Racing starting with Milwaukee and will drive it for at least 3 races.

In 2010, the team returned for Brad Teague, Jeremy Clements, and Kevin Lepage.

Car No. 70/0/00/04 results

NASCAR Xfinity Series results
Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 Owners Pts
2003 Morgan Shepherd 70 Chevy DAY CAR LVS DAR BRI TEX TAL NSH CAL RCH GTY NZH CLT DOV
38
KEN
42
MLW
Wth
DAY CHI NHA
37
N/A N/A
Don Satterfield NSH
42
Mike Potter PPR
32
Jason White IRP
30
MCH BRI
DNQ
Gus Wasson DAR
37
RCH KAN
40
CLT
DNQ
MEM ATL PHO CAR HOM
Jason Rudd DOV
37
2004 Jimmy Kitchens 0 DAY
33
CAR
42
LVS
40
DAR
39
N/A N/A
Mike Potter BRI
DNQ
NZH
39
CLT MLW
43
BRI
DNQ
CAL RCH
DNQ
Blake Mallory TEX
DNQ
Greg Sacks NSH
DNQ
DOV
40
Gus Wasson TAL
DNQ
CAL GTY RCH
David Keith NSH
DNQ
KEN NHA
DNQ
Brad Teague DAY
DNQ
CHI PPR
35
Kertus Davis IRP
29
MCH DOV
27
CLT
DNQ
MEM
DNQ
ATL PHO
DNQ
DAR
34
HOM
DNQ
Morgan Shepherd KAN
DNQ
2007 Mike Potter 00 Chevy DAY CAL MXC LVS ATL BRI NSH TEX PHO TAL RCH DAR CLT DOV NSH KEN MLW
42
NHA DAY CHI GTY IRP
DNQ
CGV GLN MCH BRI CAL RCH DOV KAN CLT MEM TEX PHO HOM N/A N/A
2009 Mark Green 04 Chevy DAY CAL LVS BRI TEX NSH PHO TAL
43
RCH DAR CLT DOV NSH KEN N/A N/A
Kertus Davis MLW
42
NHA
DNQ
DAY
33
CHI
42
GTY
DNQ
IRP
42
IOW GLN MCH BRI CGV ATL RCH DOV KAN CAL CLT MEM TEX PHO HOM
2010 Brad Teague DAY
42
BRI
DNQ
N/A N/A
Jeremy Clements CAL
DNQ
LVS
DNQ
NSH
22
PHO TEX
33
TAL
DNQ
RCH DAR DOV CLT
16
NSH
19
KEN
12
DAY
37
CHI
DNQ
GTY
DNQ
IRP IOW
20
GLN MCH
25
BRI
23
CGV ATL
DNQ
RCH
34
DOV
33
KAN
32
CAL CLT
34
GTY
10
TEX
19
PHO HOM
39
Kevin Lepage ROA
43
NHA

Car No. 4 history

The No. 4 driven by Landon Cassill at Road America in 2013

Throughout the team's history, the No. 4 car has been the most competitive and successful.

Multiple drivers (2012-2013)

In early February 2012, it was announced that JD Motorsports would field the No. 4, primarily for Danny Efland and Daryl Harr. Steve Wallace drove the car as a Ford at the spring Richmond race with his father's team, and Jeremy Clements drove the car at the Brickyard and Richmond when Ty Dillon was driving the No. 51 (under RCR)[4]

For 2013, Danny Efland ran the car at Daytona, finishing 25th. Daryl Harr then ran the next four races with a best finish of 28th at Fontana. Landon Cassill joined the team in March for the remainder of the season.[5] Cassill ran 23 races for the team, and managed to finish 24th in points despite missing 10 races. He would move over to the 01 car for 2014.

Jeffrey Earnhardt (2014)

Jeffrey Earnhardt joined the team in 2014 to pilot the No. 4 car, with sponsorship from Warrior 50, a non-profit organization honoring Vietnam War veterans.[6] Perdue Foods came on to sponsor the car at Richmond in April.[7] The Great Outdoors RV Superstore sponsored the car for the Zippo 200 at Watkins Glen International. In July, Earnhardt was injured in a motorcycle accident, breaking his collarbone. Matt DiBenedetto relieved him during the July Daytona race after 53 laps.[8] After being relieved in two more races, Earnhardt was cleared to run the full race at Indianapolis.[9]

Ross Chastain (2015-2019)
Chastain's No. 4 car at Dover in 2018

For 2015, Ross Chastain drove the No. 4 Chevrolet Camaro and replaced Jeffrey Earnhardt. Chastain scored a few top tens and finished 15th in points in his first year with the team. Chastain regressed in 2016, with no top tens and finishing 16th in points, though this was the best of all of the JD teams. In 2017, Chastain had his best season so far. He scored a top 5 at Iowa and 2 top tens and finished a career-high 13th in points, beating J. J. Yeley to be the highest non-playoff driver in points. Chastain will return in 2018. Chastain ran 30 races in the No. 4, moving to Chip Ganassi Racing and their No. 42 entry for 3 races. Garrett Smithley drove the remaining three races. In 2018, Chastain gave JD Motorsports their first playoff appearance ever as one of the top twelve drivers in the regular season, though he was eliminated in the first round.

Chastain was to run Chip Ganassi Racing's No. 42 full-time in 2019 but these plans were scrapped when the team had to shut down their Xfinity Series operation due to their sponsor DC Solar's legal troubles. Chastain moved back to the No. 4 initial as a full-time driver before deciding to focus on his Truck Series campaign with Niece Motorsports.

Jesse Little (2020)

On November 7, 2019, It was announced that Jesse Little would race in the No. 4 full-time for the team in the NASCAR Xfinity Series starting in 2020.[10]

Landon Cassill (2021)

On January 22, 2021, it was announced that Landon Cassill would drive the No. 4 full-time for the team in the 2021 NASCAR Xfinity Series.[11] Cassill left the team at the end of year to drive Kaulig Racing's No. 10, bringing cryptocurrency Voyager with him.

Bayley Currey (2022)

Bayley Currey would drive the 4 in 2022.

Car No. 4 results

NASCAR Xfinity Series results
Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Owners Pts
2012 Danny Efland 4 Chevy DAY
13
TEX
31
TAL
16
DAR
20
CLT
35
MCH
27
KEN
34
DAY
13
NHA
29
CHI
32
ATL
19
CHI
27
KEN
30
CLT
31
KAN
14
TEX
28
HOM
31
25th 603
Daryl Harr PHO
33
LVS
26
CAL
28
IOW
28
IOW
33
GLN
30
CGV
23
PHO
28
Brad Teague BRI
32
DOV
25
BRI
26
DOV
28
Steve Wallace Ford RCH
11
Matt Bell Chevy ROA
34
Jeremy Clements IND
10
RCH
24
2013 Danny Efland DAY
25
BRI
DNQ
26th 601
Daryl Harr PHO
34
LVS
31
CAL
28
IOW
24
IOW
25
PHO
33
Landon Cassill TEX
36
RCH
19
TAL
17
DAR
23
CLT
21
DOV
22
MCH
26
ROA
39
KEN
36
DAY
23
NHA
30
CHI
21
IND
25
GLN
17
BRI
23
ATL
19
RCH
23
CHI
22
DOV
19
KAN
22
CLT
32
TEX
24
HOM
33
Kevin Lepage MOH
20
KEN
19
2014 Jeffrey Earnhardt DAY
30
PHO
27
LVS
33
BRI
32
CAL
23
TEX
19
DAR
20
RCH
24
TAL
16
IOW
23
CLT
25
DOV
30
MCH
25
ROA
23
KEN
23
DAY
33
NHA
23
CHI
24
IND
35
IOW
31
GLN
21
MOH
28
BRI
12
ATL
25
RCH
32
CHI
30
KEN
16
DOV
20
KAN
29
CLT
40
TEX
34
PHO
40
HOM
21
26th 586
2015 Ross Chastain DAY
9
ATL
24
LVS
18
PHO
27
CAL
17
TEX
21
BRI
27
RCH
17
TAL
25
IOW
32
CLT
31
DOV
16
MCH
21
DAY
10
KEN
20
NHA
37
IND
22
IOW
10
GLN
17
MOH
19
BRI
17
DAR
10
RCH
15
CHI
16
KEN
18
DOV
37
CLT
24
KAN
14
TEX
16
PHO
19
HOM
19
21st 794
Harrison Rhodes CHI
25
Michael Self ROA
11
2016 Ross Chastain DAY
22
ATL
28
LVS
16
PHO
24
CAL
19
TEX
21
BRI
22
RCH
18
TAL
16
DOV
20
CLT
17
POC
19
MCH
16
IOW
14
DAY
11
KEN
22
NHA
31
IND
21
IOW
18
GLN
14
MOH
14
BRI
32
ROA
33
DAR
29
RCH
24
CHI
39
KEN
19
DOV
12
CLT
21
KAN
13
TEX
21
PHO
20
HOM
22
21st 670
2017 DAY
16
ATL
25
LVS
25
PHO
22
CAL
37
TEX
23
BRI
31
RCH
38
TAL
19
CLT
15
DOV
21
POC
24
MCH
19
IOW
4
DAY
6
KEN
20
NHA
19
IND
16
IOW
18
GLN
19
MOH
15
BRI
15
ROA
13
DAR
14
RCH
28
CHI
22
KEN
21
DOV
12
CLT
14
KAN
17
TEX
19
PHO
19
HOM
17
19th 595
2018 DAY
9
ATL
16
LVS
18
PHO
19
CAL
10
TEX
28
BRI
9
RCH
18
TAL
34
DOV
16
CLT
26
POC
11
MCH
14
IOW
19
CHI
13
DAY
10
KEN
17
NHA
26
IOW
4
GLN
20
MOH
16
BRI
12
ROA
7
IND
12
CLT
12
DOV
13
KAN
25
TEX
11
PHO
15
HOM
16
16th 715
Garrett Smithley DAR
20
Landon Cassill LVS
14
Quin Houff RCH
31
2019 Scott Lagasse Jr. DAY
21
17th 606
Ross Chastain ATL
14
LVS
7
PHO
17
CAL
18
TEX
16
BRI
33
RCH
11
DOV
12
CLT
11
POC
14
MCH
14
GLN
33
DOV
13
Landon Cassill TAL
9
CHI
19
DAY
37
BRI
10
IND
16
Stephen Leicht IOW
25
NHA
23
IOW
16
RCH
29
B. J. McLeod KEN
20
DAR
19
LVS
22
KAN
19
TEX
16
HOM
20
Lawson Aschenbach MOH
28
Ryan Vargas ROA
18
PHO
26
Garrett Smithley CLT
33
2020 Jesse Little DAY
19
LVS
14
CAL
28
PHO
21
DAR
36
CLT
15
BRI
26
ATL
20
HOM
18
HOM
15
TAL
13
POC
10
IND
18
KEN
14
KEN
14
TEX
14
KAN
33
ROA
28
DAY
18
DOV
23
DOV
23
DAY
10
DAR
18
RCH
25
RCH
33
BRI
25
LVS
23
TAL
25
TEX
15
MAR
22
PHO
29
20th 537
B. J. McLeod CLT
22
KAN
17
2021 Landon Cassill DAY
23
DAY
12
HOM
19
LVS
21
PHO
22
ATL
14
MAR
37
TAL
20
DAR
12
COA
22
NSH
29
POC
21
ROA
27
ATL
38
NHA
25
GLN
20
IND
17
MCH
26
DAY
21
DAR
16
RCH
39
BRI
39
LVS
16
TAL
37
CLT
17
TEX
36
KAN
19
MAR
12
PHO
DNQ
30th 351
Ryan Vargas DOV
26
CLT
16
MOH
18
TEX
24
2022 Bayley Currey DAY
20
CAL
34
LVS
18
PHO
20
ATL
29
COA
38
RCH
31
MAR
17
TAL
17
DOV
36
DAR
23
TEX
24
CLT
15
PIR
30
NSH
31
ROA
16
ATL
29
NHA
10
POC
26
IND
21
MCH
30
GLN
26
DAY
30
DAR
19
KAN
35
BRI
11
TEX TAL CLT LVS HOM MAR PHO -* -*

Car No. 6 history

Taken at Daytona International Speedway by Anthony Zampella
No. 01
Duesenberg & Leik Motorsports (2006)

The No. 01 debuted in 2006 as Duesenberg & Leik Motorsports, with Jay Sauter driving the Western Union car. In the team's first season, the No. 01 team started 33 out of 35 races, with the best finish of seventh at O'Reilly Raceway Park. Dwayne Leik also made one start, at the Winn-Dixie 250 in the No. 26. He started 38th and finished 32nd.

Multiple drivers (2007-2008)

For the 2007 season, Duesenberg & Leik merged with Davis' operation, with the owner's points for the 2006 season for the 01 were transferred to the 0 car. Morgan Shepherd drove the 01 on a limited basis. Kevin Lepage, Shelby Howard and Danny Efland also drove in 2007 after Shepherd left to drive for his team. Joe Fox ran at Montreal and Watkins Glen. Kertus Davis returned after being released from KHI and drove at Michigan, California, Kansas, and Lowe's Motor Speedway.

Dwayne Leik qualified the No. 01 at Daytona to start 2008, but was replaced by Davis after the No. 0 time was disallowed. Davis continued to run in the No. 01 full-time since moving to the No. 01 at Daytona. J. C. Stout raced the No. 01 car at Dover, shortly before Davis announced he was leaving the team for Jay Robinson Racing. The car was 29th in owner points when Davis left. A variety of drivers drove the car including Trevor Boys at Montreal and his son Wheeler Boys at Watkins Glen International. Danny Efland became the regular driver for the rest of the season.

Danny O'Quinn Jr. (2009)

In 2009 Mike Wallace drove the 01 at Daytona before O'Quinn became the team's full-time driver. Cash4Gold.com, the American Basketball Association, and Sun Drop served as the team's regular sponsors. O'Quinn left the team late in the season and was replaced by his teammate Wallace.

Mike Wallace (2009-2013)

Wallace ran the final 10 races of the season in 2009, finishing 35th in points. Wallace ran the No. 01 full-time in 2010, getting the team up to eighth in points after Nashville, but they soon fell back and finished 18th in points.

Wallace returned to the 01 for 2011, gaining sponsorship from G&K Services. The team was battling for the win at Talladega, but the 01 flipped on its roof on the last lap, but Wallace drove the battered car to a 17th-place finish. Midway through 2011, the team gained a 10-race sponsorship from the movie Cowboys & Aliens. Wallace was released after the 2013 season.

Landon Cassill (2014-2015)

For 2014, Landon Cassill moved to the No. 01 car for 2014, becoming the team's primary driver in addition to running the full Sprint Cup Series campaign with Hillman-Circle Sport LLC.[12] With the switch, Cassill also retained the sponsorship of G&K Services.[13] Cassill gained notoriety over the course of the season for getting the most out of his equipment with fewer resources to work with,[14] consistently running in the top 15 each week.

Ryan Preece (2016)

On January 25, 2016, JD Motorsports announced that Whelen Modified Tour regular Ryan Preece will pilot the 01 full-time for 2016. Preece started the season on a low note, crashing early at Daytona, finishing last. Preece would get his first top ten place finish at Darlington, tenth. Preece didn't make the Chase and finished 17th in points. JD Motorsports announced that Preece would return in 2017, however, Preece left the team to return to Whelen Modified Tour.

Harrison Rhodes (2017)

On February 7, 2017, it was announced that Harrison Rhodes would return to the team, to drive the No. 01 car full-time, replacing Preece. Although Sheldon Creed drove the No. 01 at Road America and Mid-Ohio, with United Rentals as a sponsor for these races.

Vinnie Miller (2018)

On November 28, 2017, it was announced that Vinnie Miller would replace Rhodes in the No. 01 car full-time for the 2018 season. Miller left the team for B. J. McLeod Motorsports near the end of the season, with Lawson Aschenbach, Landon Cassill, and B. J. McLeod finishing the season.

Leicht in 2019 at Road America
Stephen Leicht (2019)

Stephen Leicht has so far run the full 2019 season in the No. 01 car.

#6 and B. J. McLeod (2020)

For 2020, the 01 car was renumbered to No. 6, David Starr moved to No. 6 car.[15] Unfortunately, He lost his ride with this team on May 18 due to sponsorship problems caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.[16] Later it was announced that B. J. McLeod will be moved from the 0 car as Starr's replacement. Jade Buford would make his second NASCAR start at Road America in this car.[17]

Ryan Vargas (2020-present)

In September 2020, Ryan Vargas was tabbed to drive the 6 car for six races after he picked up a six-race sponsorship from the popular social networking service TikTok.[18]

Vargas would return to the No. 6 for a full-time schedule in 2021 and finish 26th in the owners points after swapping them with Landon Cassill's No. 4 car.

On May 31, 2022, crew chief Kase Kallenbach was suspended indefinitely for violating Section 4.4.e, which deals with NASCAR Member Code of Conduct Penalty Options and Guidelines. He was replaced by Alex Bird at Charlotte.[19]

Car No. 01/6 results

NASCAR Xfinity Series results
Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 Owners Pts
2006 Jay Sauter 01 Chevy DAY
DNQ
CAL
41
MXC
24
LVS
34
ATL
29
BRI
23
TEX
40
NSH
18
PHO
DNQ
TAL
15
RCH
17
DAR
40
CLT
39
DOV
20
NSH
13
KEN
29
MLW
11
DAY
36
CHI
27
NHA
19
MAR
10
GTY
11
IRP
7
GLN
26
MCH
26
BRI
43
CAL
10
RCH
17
DOV
31
KAN
29
CLT
40
MEM
26
TEX
39
PHO
17
HOM
30
N/A N/A
2007 Morgan Shepherd DAY CAL
41
MXC LVS ATL
Wth
BRI
Wth
NSH
42
TEX PHO
40
TAL
42
RCH DAR
43
CLT N/A N/A
Kevin Lepage DOV
40
NSH DAY
33
CHI
Shelby Howard KEN
27
IRP
36
Danny Efland MLW
DNQ
NHA
40
GTY
43
DOV
36
Joe Fox CGV
41
GLN
38
Kertus Davis MCH
43
BRI CAL
33
RCH
DNQ
KAN
43
CLT
42
MEM
DNQ
TEX
41
PHO
41
HOM
DNQ
2008 DAY
32
CAL
31
LVS
33
ATL
42
BRI
23
NSH
30
TEX
32
PHO
25
MXC
43
TAL
12
RCH
31
DAR
29
CLT
25
NSH
32
N/A N/A
J. C. Stout DOV
38
Dwayne Leik DAY
QL+
KEN
40
Mike Potter MLW
32
NHA
29
James Hylton DAY
36
Danny Efland CHI
33
GTY
38
IRP
31
MCH
28
BRI
30
CAL
27
RCH
37
DOV
26
KAN
26
CLT
23
TEX
33
HOM
25
Trevor Boys CGV
34
Wheeler Boys GLN
35
MEM
33
Larry Gunselman PHO
36
2009 Mike Wallace DAY
19
CGV
19
ATL
19
RCH
24
DOV
22
KAN
17
CAL
15
CLT
30
MEM
15
TEX
28
PHO
22
HOM
15
N/A N/A
Danny O'Quinn Jr. CAL
33
LVS
18
BRI
37
TEX
29
NSH
32
PHO
21
TAL
37
RCH
20
DAR
27
CLT
24
DOV
21
NSH
18
KEN
18
MLW
27
NHA
26
DAY
30
CHI
29
GTY
18
IRP
34
IOW
24
GLN
25
MCH
31
BRI
32
2010 Mike Wallace DAY
28
CAL
12
LVS
11
BRI
17
NSH
17
PHO
23
TEX
32
TAL
42
RCH
40
DAR
13
DOV
34
CLT
35
NSH
17
KEN
21
ROA
18
NHA
28
DAY
34
CHI
22
GTY
22
IRP
22
IOW
28
GLN
18
MCH
20
BRI
31
CGV
17
ATL
36
RCH
29
DOV
19
KAN
12
CAL
21
CLT
25
GTY
16
TEX
23
PHO
29
HOM
30
N/A N/A
2011 DAY
37
PHO
26
LVS
21
BRI
32
CAL
24
TEX
22
TAL
18
NSH
18
RCH
33
DAR
15
DOV
10
IOW
19
CLT
25
CHI
16
MCH
22
ROA
5
DAY
15
KEN
16
NHA
27
NSH
19
IRP
17
IOW
31
GLN
20
CGV
17
BRI
26
ATL
16
RCH
15
CHI
20
DOV
29
KAN
24
CLT
22
TEX
32
PHO
16
HOM
20
21st 777
2012 DAY
28
PHO
32
LVS
17
BRI
23
CAL
18
TEX
19
RCH
24
TAL
28
DAR
30
IOW
21
CLT
15
DOV
18
MCH
20
ROA
19
KEN
31
DAY
36
NHA
15
CHI
16
IND
20
IOW
25
GLN
18
CGV
7
BRI
17
ATL
17
RCH
21
CHI
19
KEN
20
DOV
21
CLT
23
KAN
21
TEX
24
PHO
19
HOM
26
19th 749
2013 DAY
34
PHO
32
LVS
34
BRI
23
CAL
23
TEX
21
RCH
33
TAL
7
DAR
25
CLT
24
DOV
31
IOW
20
MCH
16
ROA
13
KEN
21
DAY
37
NHA
28
CHI
24
IND
22
IOW
24
GLN
40
MOH
33
BRI
27
ATL
27
RCH
24
CHI
28
KEN
22
DOV
21
KAN
31
CLT
22
TEX
25
PHO
25
HOM
28
23rd 609
2014 Landon Cassill DAY
21
PHO
19
LVS
19
BRI
12
CAL
35
TEX
33
DAR
12
RCH
13
TAL
8
IOW
10
CLT
30
DOV
14
MCH
14
ROA
8
KEN
13
DAY
30
NHA
15
CHI
21
IND
16
IOW
13
GLN
33
MOH
14
BRI
22
ATL
15
RCH
14
CHI
16
KEN
29
DOV
16
KAN
34
CLT
17
TEX
19
PHO
32
HOM
35
17th 800
2015 DAY
31
ATL
17
LVS
20
PHO
37
CAL
21
TEX
25
BRI
28
RCH
10
TAL
11
IOW
20
CLT
17
DOV
22
MCH
35
DAY
31
KEN
16
NHA
23
IND
31
GLN
36
MOH
18
BRI
15
DAR
8
RCH
18
CHI
32
DOV
15
CLT
18
KAN
18
TEX
22
PHO
29
HOM
16
23rd 700
Ross Chastain CHI
18
ROA
27
Michael Self IOW
32
KEN
36
2016 Ryan Preece DAY
40
ATL
22
LVS
18
PHO
21
CAL
25
TEX
28
BRI
19
RCH
23
TAL
15
DOV
39
CLT
22
POC
17
MCH
19
IOW
32
DAY
34
KEN
15
NHA
19
IND
25
IOW
34
GLN
27
MOH
17
BRI
15
ROA
11
DAR
10
RCH
26
CHI
17
KEN
30
DOV
18
CLT
23
KAN
32
TEX
22
PHO
22
HOM
21
22nd 597
2017 Harrison Rhodes DAY
10
ATL
24
LVS
27
PHO
23
CAL
31
TEX
35
BRI
23
RCH
24
TAL
22
CLT
34
DOV
37
POC
37
MCH
22
IOW
36
DAY
36
KEN
28
NHA
18
IND
22
IOW
15
GLN
23
BRI
31
DAR
24
RCH
30
CHI
25
KEN
24
DOV
37
CLT
22
KAN
24
TEX
25
PHO
27
31st 336
Sheldon Creed MOH
34
ROA
38
Joe Nemechek HOM
27
2018 Vinnie Miller DAY
20
ATL
31
LVS
24
PHO
33
CAL
27
TEX
39
BRI
33
RCH
31
TAL
17
DOV
22
CLT
28
POC
31
MCH
25
IOW
31
CHI
27
DAY
19
KEN
29
NHA
27
IOW
29
GLN
35
MOH
36
BRI
32
ROA
27
IND
17
LVS
26
RCH
37
31st 318
Landon Cassill DAR
14
DOV
26
Lawson Aschenbach CLT
21
B. J. McLeod KAN
23
TEX
36
PHO
23
HOM
32
2019 Stephen Leicht DAY
38
ATL
25
LVS
27
PHO
31
CAL
22
TEX
22
BRI
32
RCH
18
TAL
24
DOV
26
CLT
15
POC
23
MCH
20
CHI
21
DAY
5
KEN
24
GLN
20
MOH
32
BRI
19
ROA
34
IND
23
LVS
21
CLT
19
DOV
23
KAN
27
TEX
19
PHO
21
HOM
24
21st 464
Ryan Repko IOW
22
IOW
25
RCH
19
B. J. McLeod NHA
21
Landon Cassill DAR
18
2020 David Starr 6 DAY
18
LVS
24
CAL
21
PHO
26
25th 430
B. J. McLeod DAR
15
CLT
17
BRI
11
ATL
25
HOM
26
HOM
34
TAL
23
POC
14
IND
29
KEN
18
KEN
20
TEX
20
KAN
31
DAY
20
DOV
34
DOV
25
DAY
32
RCH
29
RCH
24
BRI
34
LVS
26
Jade Buford ROA
19
Ryan Vargas DAR
25
TAL
30
CLT
17
KAN
34
TEX
8
MAR
34
PHO
33
2021 DAY
18
DAY
37
HOM
24
LVS
23
PHO
30
ATL
31
MAR
40
TAL
30
DAR
27
NSH
18
POC
39
ATL
14
NHA
29
MCH
21
DAY
27
DAR
25
RCH
35
BRI
37
LVS
19
TAL
33
CLT
36
TEX
22
KAN
22
MAR
32
PHO
28
26th 436
Landon Cassill DOV
25
CLT
13
MOH
20
TEX
15
Spencer Pumpelly COA
19
ROA
36
Michael Munley GLN
35
Ryan Eversley IND
DNQ
2022 Ryan Vargas DAY
18
CAL
35
LVS
32
PHO
29
ATL
12
COA
30
RCH
36
MAR
25
TAL
20
DOV
26
DAR
21
TEX
38
CLT
26
NSH
19
ATL
21
NHA
19
POC
25
MCH
29
DAY
6
DAR
27
KAN
33
TAL CLT LVS HOM MAR PHO -* -*
Gray Gaulding PIR
36
Ty Dillon ROA
37
IND
20
Spencer Pumpelly GLN
DNQ
Bobby McCarty BRI
31
Brennan Poole TEX

Car No. 15 history

2017

In midway through the 2017 season, Johnny Davis added a fourth new car as a start-and-park entry to help fund the no. 0, no. 01 and/or no. 4 car. The no. 15 withdrew at Daytona in July and Kentucky Summer race. Reed Sorenson drove at New Hampshire (39th place - brakes), Indianapolis (38th place - vibration) Iowa (39th place - transmission), and Charlotte (37th place - electrical).

Multiple drivers (2018)
Katherine Legge races the #15 in 2018 at Road America

This team was announced to go full-time in 2018 with part-time drivers Joe Nemechek, Reed Sorenson, and others. However, in February it was announced Matt Mills would drive the car full-time starting at Atlanta. Nemechek would drive the car at Daytona. But after 5 attempts by Mills (including a DNQ in his fifth attempt at Texas) and has only one finish better than 36th (27th at Las Vegas) along with 2 DNF's, Mills was replaced at Bristol by Nemechek, who finished 19th. Other drivers to run the No. 15 in 2018 include B. J. McLeod, Brandon Hightower, Katherine Legge and Quin Houff.

B. J. McLeod (2019)

In 2019, B. J. McLeod has run 22 races for the No. 15 in 2019 With some part-time drivers such as Tyler Matthews (7 races), Landon Cassill (1 race), Ryan Vargas (1 race), Stephen Leicht (1 race), and Stefan Parsons (1 race).

Colby Howard (2020-2021)

For 2020, It was announced that Colby Howard would drive this car for 20 races.[20] While Robby Lyons joined in for the first three Xfinity races in 2020 and spring Talladega race.[21] Later Ryan Vargas returned to this car in June 2020 on a multi-race deal.[22] Jeffrey Earnhardt later drove this car on road-course tracks.

Howard was announced as the full-time driver for the car for the 2021 season on December 14, 2020. Howard left the team following Darlington after signing a deal to drive McAnally-Hilgemann Racing's No. 91 for the 2022 season. The 15 team was shut down.

Car No. 15 results

NASCAR Xfinity Series results
Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Owners Pts
2017 Reed Sorenson 15 Chevy DAY ATL LVS PHO CAL TEX BRI RCH TAL CLT DOV POC MCH IOW DAY KEN NHA
39
IND
38
IOW
39
GLN MOH BRI
DNQ
ROA DAR
DNQ
RCH
39
DOV
35
CLT
37
KAN
38
TEX
36
48th 13
Matt Mills CHI
40
KEN
Joe Nemechek PHO
35
Harrison Rhodes HOM
39
2018 Joe Nemechek DAY
23
BRI
19
RCH
25
TAL
31
DOV
31
CLT
18
30th 340
Garrett Smithley ATL
25
LVS
23
Matt Mills PHO
38
CAL
37
TEX
DNQ
POC
27
MCH
36
B. J. McLeod IOW
29
CHI
25
DAY
36
KEN
21
NHA
35
BRI
19
DAR
23
IND
16
LVS
19
DOV
37
Brandon Hightower IOW
27
Mike Skeen GLN
28
Katherine Legge MOH
30
ROA
14
RCH
28
CLT
33
Quin Houff KAN
14
TEX
26
PHO
29
HOM
29
2019 B. J. McLeod DAY
27
ATL
24
LVS
20
PHO
21
CAL
24
TEX
32
BRI
18
TAL
22
DOV
27
CLT
18
POC
17
MCH
19
CHI
23
DAY
33
GLN
27
MOH
26
BRI
26
ROA
23
IND
22
RCH
30
CLT
23
DOV
16
24th 421
Tyler Matthews RCH
24
IOW
20
NHA
32
LVS
28
KAN
28
PHO
22
HOM
37
Landon Cassill KEN
26
Ryan Vargas IOW
17
Stephen Leicht DAR
26
Stefan Parsons TEX
23
2020 Robby Lyons DAY
17
LVS
23
CAL
23
TAL
19
31st 406
Colby Howard PHO
34
DAR
27
CLT
37
BRI
19
ATL
15
HOM
17
HOM
17
KEN
32
KEN
21
TEX
23
DOV
30
DOV
26
DAY
12
DAR
19
RCH
33
RCH
35
BRI
21
LVS
21
TAL
36
TEX
28
MAR
25
PHO
20
Ryan Vargas POC
13
KAN
25
Jeffrey Earnhardt IND
38
ROA
31
DAY
32
Jesse Little CLT
30
KAN
19
2021 Colby Howard DAY
35
DAY
23
HOM
36
LVS
20
PHO
16
ATL
21
MAR
39
TAL
19
DAR
29
DOV
28
COA
28
CLT
30
MOH
22
TEX
28
NSH
DNQ
POC
24
ROA
DNQ
ATL
20
NHA
30
GLN
31
MCH
25
DAY
26
DAR
27
37th 321
Mike Skeen IND
DNQ
Bayley Currey RCH
27
LVS
13
TAL
36
TEX
17
KAN
16
MAR
35
PHO
31
B. J. McLeod BRI
26
Kris Wright Toyota CLT
39

Car No. 87 history

In an alliance with NEMCO Motorsports, Davis fielded a third car sharing the number 87 with NEMCO and Rick Ware Racing. Daryl Harr and Kevin Lepage each ran three races for the team, and Tim Schendel ran one race at Iowa.[23]

References

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