There are 39 drivers on the Monster Energy Cup Series entry list as NASCAR will make its final stop out West with Sunday’s race at Auto Club Speedway.
No teams, will be forced to pack up and go home following Friday’s qualifying session. Check out all the drivers that will hit the 2-mile Fontana, California track for the Auto Club 400.
McMurray has shown speed all season. He’ll look to improve on his 10th-place finish in last year’s race at Auto Club.
Keselowski earned his only victory at the California track in 2014.
In three races at Auto Club in the No. 3 Richard Childress Racing Chevy, Dillon has finishes of 11th, 16th and 24th respectively.
Harvick has started second and finished second in the past two races at Auto Club. He also has a win there in 2011.
Kahne has shown a ton of improvement so far this season. His best finish at Auto Club in the No. 5 Hendrick Motorsports Chevy came in 2013, finishing 9th.
In three Cup races at Auto Club, Bayne only has a highest finish of 20th. He hasn’t finish worse than 19th so far this season, so we’ll see if he can continue the momentum by scoring his a career-best finish at the 2-mile oval.
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Patrick had a rough go of it in 2016 at Auto Club after getting taken out by Kasey Kahne. After three finishes outside the top 20 in the first four races of the season, she’s could use a solid result.
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Hamlin started third and finished there in this race last season.
Sunday’s race will be the rookie’s first in a Cup car at Auto Club.
Bowyer’s highest finish at Auto Club a third-place finish back in 2006. So far in 2017, he has third straight top-15 finishes.
Sorenson will be back in the No. 15 for Premium Motorsports.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
Stenhouse scored a fourth-place finish in last Sunday’s race at Phoenix
The 2015 Cup champion has three wins at Auto Club, which includes his first career victory in 2005.