2021 Daytona 500 starting lineup in pictures

The field is set for the 63rd running of the Daytona 500.

2021 Daytona 500 starting lineup in pictures
1. Alex Bowman - Hendrick Motorsports
1. Alex Bowman - Hendrick Motorsports
1/40

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2. William Byron - Hendrick Motorsports
2. William Byron - Hendrick Motorsports
2/40

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To the rear (backup car)
3. Aric Almirola - Stewart-Haas Racing
3. Aric Almirola - Stewart-Haas Racing
3/40

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4. Austin Dillon - Richard Childress Racing
4. Austin Dillon - Richard Childress Racing
4/40

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5. Christopher Bell - Joe Gibbs Racing
5. Christopher Bell - Joe Gibbs Racing
5/40

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6. Bubba Wallace - 23XI Racing
6. Bubba Wallace - 23XI Racing
6/40

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To the rear (failed tech)
7. Ryan Newman - Roush Fenway Racing
7. Ryan Newman - Roush Fenway Racing
7/40

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8. Kevin Harvick -Stewart-Haas Racing
8. Kevin Harvick -Stewart-Haas Racing
8/40

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9. Joey Logano - Team Penske
9. Joey Logano - Team Penske
9/40

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10. Kyle Busch - Joe Gibbs Racing
10. Kyle Busch - Joe Gibbs Racing
10/40

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11. Ryan Preece - JTG Daugherty Racing
11. Ryan Preece - JTG Daugherty Racing
11/40

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12. Chase Elliott - Hendrick Motorsports
12. Chase Elliott - Hendrick Motorsports
12/40

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13. Kyle Larson - Hendrick Motorsports
13. Kyle Larson - Hendrick Motorsports
13/40

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14. Ryan Blaney - Team Penske
14. Ryan Blaney - Team Penske
14/40

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15. Daniel Suarez - TrackHouse Racing
15. Daniel Suarez - TrackHouse Racing
15/40

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16. Corey LaJoie - Spire Motorsports
16. Corey LaJoie - Spire Motorsports
16/40

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17. Michael McDowell - Front Row Motorsports
17. Michael McDowell - Front Row Motorsports
17/40

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18. David Ragan - Front Row Motorsports
18. David Ragan - Front Row Motorsports
18/40

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19. Jamie McMurray - Spire Motorsports
19. Jamie McMurray - Spire Motorsports
19/40

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20. Kurt Busch - Chip Ganassi Racing
20. Kurt Busch - Chip Ganassi Racing
20/40

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21. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. - JTG Daugherty Racing
21. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. - JTG Daugherty Racing
21/40

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22. Chris Buescher - Roush Fenway Racing
22. Chris Buescher - Roush Fenway Racing
22/40

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23. Matt DiBenedetto - Wood Brothers Racing
23. Matt DiBenedetto - Wood Brothers Racing
23/40

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24. Brad Keselowski - Team Penske
24. Brad Keselowski - Team Penske
24/40

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To the rear (backup car)
25. Denny Hamlin - Joe Gibbs Racing
25. Denny Hamlin - Joe Gibbs Racing
25/40

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26. Martin Truex Jr. - Joe Gibbs Racing
26. Martin Truex Jr. - Joe Gibbs Racing
26/40

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To the rear (radiator/oil cooler change)
27. Cole Custer - Stewart-Haas Racing
27. Cole Custer - Stewart-Haas Racing
27/40

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To the rear (backup car)
28. Joey Gase - Rick Ware Racing
28. Joey Gase - Rick Ware Racing
28/40

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29. Tyler Reddick - Richard Childress Racing
29. Tyler Reddick - Richard Childress Racing
29/40

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30. Chase Briscoe - Stewart-Haas Racing
30. Chase Briscoe - Stewart-Haas Racing
30/40

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To the rear (backup car)
31. Erik Jones - Richard Petty Motorsports
31. Erik Jones - Richard Petty Motorsports
31/40

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To the rear (engine change)
32. Derrike Cope - Rick Ware Racing
32. Derrike Cope - Rick Ware Racing
32/40

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33. Quin Houff - StarCom Racing
33. Quin Houff - StarCom Racing
33/40

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34. Ross Chastain - Chip Ganassi Racing
34. Ross Chastain - Chip Ganassi Racing
34/40

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To the rear (backup car)
35. Cody Ware - Petty Ware Racing
35. Cody Ware - Petty Ware Racing
35/40

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36. Anthony Alfredo - Front Row Motorsports
36. Anthony Alfredo - Front Row Motorsports
36/40

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To the rear (backup car)
37. Josh Bilicki - Rick Ware Racing
37. Josh Bilicki - Rick Ware Racing
37/40

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38. BJ McLeod, Live Fast Motorsports, Ford Mustang
38. BJ McLeod, Live Fast Motorsports, Ford Mustang
38/40

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39. Austin Cindric - Team Penske
39. Austin Cindric - Team Penske
39/40

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40. Kaz Grala - Kaulig Racing
40. Kaz Grala - Kaulig Racing
40/40

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To the rear (backup car)

 

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