Front Row Motorsports Completes Daytona 500 Driver Line-Up Front Row Motorsports is now ready for the Daytona 500 with a strong three-car entry. With the announcing of John Andretti returning to the No. 34 Window World-supported Ford Fusion, Travis Kvapil will move into the No. 37 ExtenZe Ford. Kevin Conway will return to that seat for the Sprint Cup Series second event at the California Speedway and begin his trek for Raybestos Rookie of the Year.
Kvapil will move back into the No. 34 Long John Silver's Ford beginning in California. Robert Richardson Jr. will race the No. 38 Mahindra USA Tractors Ford in the Daytona 500, the Aaron's 499 in April at Talladega Superspeedway and the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway in July. David Gilliland will race the No. 38 Taco Bell Ford for the majority of the season and debut in California.
The team also confirms Randy Seals as the crew chief on the No. 38 Ford Fusion for the 2010 campaign. Seals, 43, comes to the team from Richard Petty Motorsports, where he served in Research and Development.
"We are really proud to have three fully funded programs for the Daytona 500," said Bob Jenkins, team owner. "It's great to have John (Andretti) back in the car as he and Travis give us a lot of experience. Robert has proven that he's fast in a Cup car at a plate track after his run last year at Talladega. We have a strong line-up to start the season."
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