May 22, 2024

Daytona 500 Field Is Set   

The field is set for the 65th running of this Sunday’s Daytona 500. This season has some interesting storylines we will dig into as the season progresses but let’s start with the race. Every season this race is run we have ‘The Big One” which refers to a large wreck where multiple cars are involved, and generally, there is more than one that will shake the field up and add to the excitement. We saw Travis Pastrana and Jimmie Johnson get on the field during qualifying on Wednesday night and saw some hard racing the next night during the “duals” to officially set the field. Who is in? Let’s find out as see who will participate in this season’s race.  

2023 Starting Lineup

2023 Daytona 500
Alex Bowman  48  Row 1  Kyle Larson 
Joey Logano 22  Row 2  Aric Almirola 10 
Christopher Bell 20  Row 3  Austin Cindric 
Ryan Blaney 12  Row 4  Chase Elliott 
Chris Buescher 17  Row 5   Brad Keselowski 
Michael McDowell 34  Row 6  Corey Lajoie 
Kevin Harvick  Row 7  Todd Gilliland 38 
Bubba Wallace 23  Row 8  Martin Truex Jr. 19 
Zane Smith 36  Row 9  Denny Hamlin 11 
Harrison Burton 21  Row 10  Ryan Preece 41 
William Byron 24  Row 11  Noah Gragson 42 
Ross Chastain  Row 12  Daniel Suarez 99 
Erik Jones 43  Row 13  Tyler Reddick 45 
Austin Dillon  Row 14  Justin Haley 31 
AJ Allmendinger 16  Row 15  Chase Briscoe 14 
Ricky Stenhouse Jr.  47  Row 16  BJ McLeod 78 
Ty Gibbs 54  Row 17  Conor Daly 50 
Cody Ware 51  Row 18  Kyle Busch 
Ty Dillon 77  Row 19  Riley Herbst 15 
Jimmie Johnson 84  Row 20  Travis Pastrana 67 
 

Failed to Qualify

Chandler Smith (13) and Austin Hill (62) 

When, Where, and How?  

The green flag will drop this Sunday at 2:30 pm local time. Daytona International Speedway, where the race will take place, will be packed with fans from around the nation to witness the “Great American Race”. The race will consist of 200 laps, or 500 miles, around the 2.5-mile track. This race will be broadcast on FOX as well as MRN, also known as the Motor Racing Network, and on the NASCAR channel on XM Radio.  If Thursday night was any indication this has the makings of an instant classic at Daytona!  



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