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No. 32 Ford, FAS Lane Racing
DRIVER: Terry Labonte
BORN: Nov. 16, 1956
HOMETOWN: Corpus Christi, Texas
CREW CHIEF: Frank Stoddard
SPONSOR: C&J Energy Services
NOTES: A two-time Sprint Cup champion, Labonte is driving in his 31st Daytona 500. His best finish was second. He did that three times (1986, `90 and `97). … Hasn’t won a NASCAR race since 2003. … Only made four starts last season, driving in all four restrictor-plate races. He finished 18th, 29th, 20th and 16th.
No. 51 Chevrolet, Phoenix Racing
DRIVER: Regan Smith
BORN: Sept. 23, 1983
HOMETOWN: Cato, N.Y.
CREW CHIEF: Nicholas Harrison
SPONSOR: Phoenix Construction
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