John Andretti will drive the No. 34 Front Row Motorsports Ford as one of three entries from the newly expanded team in the upcoming Daytona 500. Andretti will also race in the Budweiser Shootout, for which he is eligible due to winning Daytona's 1997 Pepsi 400.
Travis Kvapil, who's signed to wheel the No. 34 the rest of the season, will drive FRM's No. 37 at Daytona in place of rookie Kevin Conway, who NASCAR wouldn't approve to race on the 2.5-mile superspeedway. Nationwide Series regular Robert Richardson Jr. will drive the team's third full-time car, the No. 38 at Daytona. David Gilliland will drive the 38 in the majority of this season's races.
Team owner Bob Jenkins said Andretti, who secured the No. 34's locked-in spot in the top 35 to start this season in the 34 races he ran for FRM in 2009, will also do a handful of other races this season in the No. 38.