Ron Fellows will begin his race toward his first career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series victory when he pilots the No. 33 Circle Sport Chevrolet in the upcoming road course events.
Caymus Vineyards, part of the prestigious Wagner Family of Wine, will be on board the No. 13 GEICO Ford Fusion as an associate sponsor for the upcoming Sonoma Raceway event.
Max Papis, the Italian road-course veteran, has two-career starts in the NASCAR Nationwide Series at Road America.
In 2010, Camping World Truck Series regular Brendan Gaughan made his lone Nationwide Series appearance at the 14-turn Road America road course.
Austin Dillon made his first-career NASCAR Nationwide Series road course start in last year's edition of the race, earning an 18th-place finish in the AdvoCare Chevrolet after losing third gear on lap 12.
Brian Scott has three Nationwide Series starts at the 4.048-mile Elkhart Lake, Wis. track, notching his best start of sixth and finish of seventh in this race one year ago.
This weekend's 110-lap event marks Jeff Burton's 20th start at the 1.99-mile Sonoma facility and 671st-career Sprint Cup Series entry.
Kevin Harvick has made 12 starts at the 10-turn Sonoma road course dating back to the 2001 season.
In five starts at Sonoma Raceway, Paul Menard's best start of third and best finish of 17th both came in 2011.
If there was one track that 'owes' Marcos Ambrose, it is the Sonoma Raceway.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. will make his debut at Sonoma Raceway this weekend; the Sprint Cup rookie has never raced in any series at this road course.
Aric Almirola has two starts at the 1.99-mile Sonoma Raceway road course and finished 28th in both events.
Greg Biffle has 10 Sprint Cup career starts at Sonoma, earning two top-five and four top-10 finishes.
The Toyota/Save Mart 350k will mark Kyle Busch’s 309th career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series start and his ninth Sprint Cup start at Sonoma Raceway.
Nine-time series champion Frank Kimmel finished in the top 10 in 90 percent of his ARCA road-course starts.