NASCAR fans now know which drivers they’ll get to watch go wheel-to-wheel for a 40-lap modifieds shootout.
New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Tuesday confirmed the racers that will square off in Friday’s Whelen Engineering All-Star Shootout. The 20-person field consists of local racers such as Ryan Preece, as well as Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series veteran Ryan Newman.
“That’s a really cool event that the speedway puts on every year and I know the guys look forward to it,” Justin Bonsignore, who has two top-fives and a seventh-place finish in the shootout, said in a statement. “It’s definitely a good thing to be a part of and I’m looking forward to it.”
The race will be capped at 30 minutes and have a competition caution on Lap 20. The order for the restart will be determined by the last green-flag lap, though a random number selection will see some drivers have their positions inverted.
Here’s the lineup for the 2017 Whelen Engineering All-Star Shootout:
No. 00 Ron Silk — Norwalk, Conn.
No. 07 Patrick Emerling — Orchard Park, N.Y.
No. 2 Doug Coby — Milford, Conn.
No. 3 Ryan Pennink — Huntingdon Valley, Pa.
No. 4 Max Zachem — Preston, Conn.
No. 5 Kyle Ebersole — Hummelstown, Pa.
No. 6 Ryan Preece — Berlin, Conn.
No. 7 Donny Lia — Riverhead, N.Y.
No. 11 Andy Suess — Hamstead, N.H.
No. 16 Timmy Solomito — Islip, N.Y.
No. 44 Bobby Santos — Franklin, Mass.
No. 46 Woody Pitkat — Stafford, Conn.
No. 51 Justin Bonsignore — Holtsville, N.Y.
No. 58 Eric Goodale — Riverhead, N.Y.
No. 77 Ryan Newman — South Bend, Ind.
No. 82 Ted Christopher — Plainville, Conn.
No. 85 Todd Szegedy — Ridgefield, Conn.
No. 89 Matt Swanson — Acton, Mass.
No. 97 Bryan Dauzat — Alexandia, La.
No. 99 Jamie Tomaino — Howell, N.J.
Thumbnail photo via New Hampshire Motor Speedway