Note: Not all team reports their chassis in press releases
#1-Jamie McMurray: Crew Chief Kevin "Bono" Manion has decided to bring chassis #1120 to Charlotte this weekend. This chassis has never been used before and will see its first significant track time during the Bank of America 500 race weekend.
#2-Brad Keselowski: will race chassis PRS-802 during Saturday's Bank of America 500 at Charlotte Motor Speedway (CMS). This is a brand-new chassis to the #2 fleet.
#6-David Ragan: Primary: RK-750 Last ran Texas -finished seventh; Backup: RK-711 Last ran Darlington - finished 21st
#5-Mark Martin: Crew chief Lance McGrew has chosen Hendrick Motorsports Chassis No. 5-685 for Saturday's race. This is the same chassis that Martin drove to a 17th-place finish at Atlanta Motor Speedway last month.
#9-Marcos Ambrose: The #9 RPM team has prepared chassis No. 735 for the 501-mile event at Charlotte Motor Speedway. This Stanley Bostitch Ford Fusion has been run previously this season at Las Vegas, Texas, Charlotte's spring event, Kentucky and at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
#14-Tony Stewart: Chassis No. 14-671: This car made its debut in late July in the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. It qualified 24th, and after serving a pit road penalty on lap 29 that dropped it to 32nd, rallied to finish sixth. Prior to Indianapolis, it had never turned a wheel on the racetrack, but it did spend considerable time in the wind tunnel. Chassis No. 14-671 has made a handful of return trips to the wind tunnel in preparation for its second career start on Saturday night in the Bank of America 500 at Charlotte.
#17-Matt Kenseth: Primary: RK-741 (Last raced at Chicago)
#18-Kyle Busch: Chassis No. 330: This is a brand new chassis that is slated to see action for the first time in Saturday night's Bank of America 500 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
#22-Kurt Busch: and his Steve Addington-led Penske Racing "Double-Deuce" team will be racing their "PRS-750" Pennzoil Ultra Dodge Charger this weekend in the Bank of America 500 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. It has proven to be among the strongest intermediate track cars in the Penske stable. Busch debuted this car in the Coca-Cola 600 at CMS with a fourth-place finish. In the car's only other outing, Busch drove it from a 10th-place start to a fourth-place finish last month at Atlanta.
#27-Paul Menard: will pilot Chassis No. 326 from the Richard Childress Racing NASCAR Sprint Cup Series stable. This No. 27 Chevrolet Impala was a brand new addition to the RCR fleet for the 2011 season and was last seen on track at Chicagoland Speedway, where Menard tied his season-best starting position of second and drove it to a 20th-place finish.This racer also saw competition at Michigan International Speedway (August) where he started 11th and finished 26th, at Bristol Motor Speedway (March) where he started fourth and finished fifth, The Sprint Showdown (May) where he started third and finished 11th, and again at MIS (June), where Menard started ninth and finished fourth.
#29-Kevin Harvick: will race chassis No. 373 from the Richard Childress Racing NASCAR Sprint Cup Series stable. The team utilized this car for the August race at Michigan International Speedway where Harvick finished 22nd.
#31-Jeff Burton: will pilot chassis No. 372 from the Richard Childress Racing NASCAR Sprint Cup Series stable in Saturday's Charlotte 500. This brand new Caterpillar Chevrolet will be put through its first paces of competition this weekend.
#33-Clint Bowyer: will pilot chassis No. 333 from the Richard Childress Racing NASCAR Sprint Cup Series stable this weekend. This Chevrolet Impala, built new at the start of the 2011 season, has been utilized this year at Auto Club Speedway in March (started-17th, finished-seventh), Charlotte Motor Speedway for the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race in May (started-second, finished-16th), and both Pocono Raceway events in June (started-12th, finshed-16th) and August (started-14th, finished-18th).
#35-Geoff Bodine: will compete in the No. 297 chassis this weekend. TBR purchased the chassis from Richard Childress Racing this season. Paul Menard drove the chassis prior to this weekend's debut with TBR.
#36-Dave Blaney: will pilot the No. 293 chassis this weekend. Blaney drove the chassis at Kentucky Speedway, Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the fall event at New Hampshire Motor Speedway this year. Stephen Leicht also piloted the chassis this season at Richmond International Raceway September 10th. TBR purchased the chassis from Richard Childress Racing where Jeff Burton drove the chassis prior to its debut with TBR.
#39-Ryan Newman: Chassis No. 39-686: This is a new chassis that has not been on-track previously.
#42-Juan Pablo Montoya: Crew Chief Jim Pohlman and the #42 Target team are bringing chassis #1119 to Charlotte Motor Speedway this weekend. This brand new chassis will see its first race action of the year in the Bank of America 500.
#43-A.J. Allmendinger: The #43 Richard Petty Motorsports team has prepared chassis No. 783 for this weekend's event at Charlotte Motor Speedway. This Best Buy Ford has been run previously this season at Chicagoland Speedway.
#88-Dale Earnhardt, Jr.: crew chief Steve Letarte and the #88 team will unload Hendrick Motorsports Chassis No. 88-617. Earnhardt last raced this chassis at Atlanta Motor Speedway in September. He also raced this chassis at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in July, Charlotte Motor Speedway in May, Texas Motor Speedway in April and Las Vegas Motor Speedway in March.
#99-Carl Edwards: RK-739 - Last raced Bristol, finished ninth.
- compiled by Jayski.com