Alabama 200 Entry List Hits 40 Cars

$10,000 will be on the line for the Pro Late Model showdown.


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With $10,000 on the line, this year's Alabama 200 has drawn plenty of interest and excitement. More than 30 drivers have filed entries for the Pro Late Model showcase at Montgomery Motor Speedway.

The 2022 edition will be the 58th running of the Alabama 200, with the event's history dating back to 1960. Past winners of the event include Richard Petty, Bobby Allison, Red Farmer, Neil Bonnett, Donnie Allison and Chase Elliott.

One of the very first entries filed was defending race champion Christopher Tullis. The Dacula, Georgia driver is also a two-time track champion in Montgomery Motor Speedway's Show Me the Money Pro Late Model Series, making him one of the favorites for this year's Alabama 200.

One of the most recent additions to the entry list is also one of the hottest Pro Late Model drivers to start the 2022 season, Michael Hinde. Hinde won the SpeedFest Pro Late Model feature as well as the Pro Late Model championship at the New Smyrna World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing, with three wins during that event.

Joining Hinde among the latest entries is Stephen Nasse. Nasse has two runner-up finishes in Southern Super Series events at Montgomery, including last year behind Connor Okrzesik.

Of course, there will be plenty of Alabama representation, with those drivers hoping the "Hunt for the Bear" starts and ends in the Yellowhammer State. Alabama entrants include Justin Bonnett, Jim Wall, Dustin Smith, Grant Thompson, Landon DeVaughn, Jeff Dawkins, John Bolen, Jaxon Bishop, Jolynn Wilkinson, Justin South, Nick McFarland and Spencer Bragg.

There will also be plenty of championship-caliber representation from elsewhere in the country, with drivers coming from all over to chase the $10,000 prize.


Jake Garcia, another former Alabama 200 winner, is coming off a 2021 season where he claimed the Southern Super Series and Blizzard Series championships. Garcia also won three Show Me the Money races last year.

Hunter Robbins was the 2004 Alabama 200 winner, and will also be looking to add another hand-carved bear trophy to his collection. All American 400 winner Matt Craig has also taken a checkered flag at Montgomery in the Southern Super Series.

Rackley W.A.R. will also bring a pair of champion drivers, with two-time Nashville Fairgrounds champion Cole Williams and two-time Northwest Super Late Model Series champion Brittney Zamora composing their two-car effort.

Some drivers from the Midwest will also be making the trip south, including Wisconsin's John DeAngelis, Michigan's Evan Shotko, Dave Killian and Gage Rodgers, and Ohio's Jack Smith.

A full list of entries for the Alabama 200 can be viewed below.

The Alabama 200 takes place on March 5 at Montgomery Motor Speedway. Along with the prestigious Pro Late Model event, the Modifieds of Mayhem and Impact Zone Photos Outlaws are also scheduled to take part in the event.

Fans unable to attend the race in-person will be able to watch live on Racing America.

Alabama 200 Entry List

08 - Spencer Bragg
1 - Gage Rodgers
2 - Jaxon Bishop
2 - John Bolen
2 - Jeff Dawkins
3 - Jordan McCallum
6 - Nick McFarland
7 - John DeAngelis
7X - Jered James
9 - Kaden Honeycutt
11 - Jolynn Wilkinson
12 - Justin Bonnett
12 - Bryson Shaffer
12 - Christopher Tullis
12R - TBA
14 - Chris Davidson
15 - Tanner Carter
18 - Hunter Robbins
18 - Landon DeVaughn
20 - Chase Johnson
22 - Evan Shotko
25 - Brittney Zamora
26 - Cole Williams
26 - Jack Smith
27 - Dave Killian
28 - Cody Hall
28W - Timothy Watson
29 - Hunter Wright
33 - Dustin Smith
35 - Jake Garcia
43 - Justin South
47 - Dakota Stroup
51 - Stephen Nasse
54 - Matthew Craig
54 - Grant Thompson
69 - Michael Hinde
81 - Gio Ruggiero
84 - Steven Chunn
89 - Chase Spradlin
91 - Jim Wall
116 - Zach Johnson