#2- Brad Keselowski - In four career starts at Atlanta Motor Speedway, Keselowski has one top-five and two top-10's. In the past eight years at Atlanta, Keselowski ranks 12th out of 53 drivers with an average place of 14.5. He finished third in last year’s race.
#5- Kasey Kahne - In 16 Sprint Cup starts at Atlanta Motor Speedway, Kahne has two wins, six top-five finishes and eight top-10s. The driver of the No. 5 Farmers Insurance Chevrolet SS also has two pole positions at the 1.54-mile oval. Atlanta ranks tied as Kahne’s second-best track in career wins -- he also has two wins at Pocono Raceway. His average starting spot of 9.2 at Atlanta ranks him third among active drivers there.
#9- Marcos Ambrose - Ambrose and team posted top-13 finishes in their last three 1.5-mile track races, including a sixth-place finish at Michigan. With seven starts under his belt and a top-10 finish at the track in 2010, Ambrose looks to break the top-five for his first time at the Georgia mile-and-a-half track.
#10-Danica Patrick - Patrick will make her 2nd start at Atlanta this weekend. She finished 29th last September after starting 23rd.
#11- Denny Hamlin - For the second and final time this season, Sport Clips will adorn the No. 11 Toyota Camry piloted by Denny Hamlin in the Cup Series at Atlanta. Last season, with Sport Clips on board, Hamlin secured the seventh starting position for the Advocare 500, led a total of 105 laps and earned his first-career win at the 1.54-mile Atlanta –based track. In total, Hamlin has 13 starts at the track with one win, one pole, two top-five finishes, five top-10 finishes, has led a total of 314 laps and completed 4,063 or 4,252 laps attempted (95.6 percent).
#14-Mark Martin - In 52 career starts at Atlanta, Martin has 2 poles, 2 wins, 14 top 5's, 24 top 10's along with 15 DNF's. His last win at the track was November 1994. He has led 929 laps at the track and has an average start of 10.404 with an average finish of 17.192.
#15- Clint Bowyer - In 12 career starts at Atlanta Motor Speedway, Bowyer has five top-10s. In the past eight years at Atlanta, Bowyer ranks 14th out of 53 drivers with an average place of 15.5. He finished 27th in last year’s race.
#16- Greg Biffle - In 18 career starts at Atlanta Motor Speedway, Biffle has three top-fives, nine top-10s and one pole. In the past eight years at Atlanta, Biffle ranks ninth out of 53 drivers with an average place of 13.2. He finished 15th in last year’s race.
#17- Ricky Stenhouse Jr - The last time Stenhouse raced at Atlanta, he won the Nationwide race beating Kevin Harvick on the final lap. This will mark his first Sprint Cup start at Atlanta. Stenhouse is currently 23rd in the point standings.
#18- Kyle Busch - Busch has one win, three top-five finishes and four top-10s, and he’s led a total of 385 laps in his 15 career Sprint Cup starts at Atlanta. His average Atlanta finish is 16.9.
#20- Matt Kenseth - In 24 Sprint Cup Series career starts at Atlanta Motor Speedway, Matt Kenseth has an average finish of 12.7, has completed 7,407 of 7,750 (95.6 percent) career laps. Kenseth has earned eight top-five and 14 top-10 finishes at Atlanta earning his best finish of second in March of 2010.
#22- Joey Logano - In six career starts at Atlanta Motor Speedway, Logano’s best finish is 18th in 2012. In the past eight years at Atlanta, Logano ranks 29th out of 53 drivers with an average place of 25.5. He finished 18th in last year’s race.
#24- Jeff Gordon - This weekend at Atlanta, Gordon will turn his attention to winning his sixth race at the 1.54-mile Georgia track. Along with five wins, Gordon has two poles while leading active drivers with 16 top-fives, 25 top-10's and 1,280 laps led in 39 starts.
#29- Kevin Harvick - Jimmy John's joins Harvick and the No. 29 team for their sixth of eight races during the 2013 Sprint Cup Series season. The California native earned his only Sprint Cup Series victory at the 1.54-mile quad-oval in his first start at the track, in only his third-career Series start during the 2001 season. In addition to his trip to Victory Lane, Harvick has collected five top-five and eight top-10 finishes, holds an average starting position of 18.7, coupled with an average finishing position of 19.2, has completed 97.6 percent (6,927 of 7,100) of the laps contested and is credited with 237 laps led.
#31- Jeff Burton - This weekend's 500-mile event marks Burton's 36th start at the Hampton, Ga.-based facility and his 680th-career Sprint Cup Series entry. Burton has garnered eight top-five and 14 top-10 finishes at the track and led 104 laps at the 1.54-mile oval.
#33- Austin Dillon - Although Sunday's AdvoCare 500 marks Dillon's first Sprint Cup Series start at Atlanta Motor Speedway, the 23-year-old driver is scheduled to make his second NASCAR Nationwide Series start at the 1.54-mile track on Saturday evening. He finished sixth in last year's event. The 2011 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion also has two Truck Series starts to his credit, finishing sixth in September 2011 and 10th in March 2010.
#39- Ryan Newman - In 20 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series starts at Atlanta, Newman has seven poles, one top-five and six top-10 finishes. Additionally, the 35-year-old driver has led 172 laps of competition, has an average starting position of 7.1, an average finish of 18.4 and has completed 97.8 percent of the laps he’s contested (6,310 of 6,450).
#42- Juan Pablo Montoya - Montoya has 10 career NSCS starts at Atlanta Motor Speedway with three top-five and four top-10 finishes. He has an average starting position of 16.2 and an average finishing position of 17.3. His best start of third came in 2010 and his best finish of third came in 2009 and 2010.
#43- Aric Almirola - Almirola has eight NASCAR starts at the Georgia track, including two Sprint Cup Series starts. His best finish at Atlanta came in 2010 when he finished third in the Truck Series race.
#47- AJ Allmendinger - In seven overall starts, the 31-year-old has two top-10 finishes at Atlanta Motor Speedway and his best finish at the track is sixth-place (3/7/10). Allmendinger's average start is 27.857 and his average finish is 14.429.
#48- Jimmie Johnson - In 21 previous starts at Atlanta, Johnson has 3 wins (October 2004, March and October 2007.) No poles. 11 top-five finishes (52.4 percent) and 13 top-10s (61.9 percent) in 21 starts. Average start of 8.6 and average finish of 11.1. Completed 6,674 of 6,775 laps (98.5 percent) and led 440. Two DNFs (did not finish, September 2012 and March 2003).
#56- Martin Truex Jr. - In 14 career starts at Atlanta Motor Speedway, Truex Jr. has one top-five, three top-10s and one pole. In the past eight years at Atlanta, Truex Jr. ranks fifth out of 53 drivers with an average place of 11.8. He finished fourth in last year’s race.
#78- Kurt Busch - In 22 career starts at Atlanta Motor Speedway, Busch has three wins, four top-fives and nine top-10s. In the past eight years at Atlanta, Busch ranks 13th out of 53 drivers with an average place of 14.8. He finished 13th in last year’s race.
#88- Dale Earnhardt Jr - In 25 Cup starts at Atlanta Motor Speedway, Earnhardt has one win, two pole positions, eight top-five finishes and 11 top-10s. He has an average start of 16.2 at Atlanta, and his average finish of 12.5 ranks as his second-best at a track. He has completed 99.5 percent of all the laps he's attempted (8,034 of 8,075 total) there and has led 632 laps, his fourth-best at a track.
#99- Carl Edwards - In 15 starts at the 1.54-mile Atlanta track, Edwards has three wins, eight top-five and 10 top-10 finishes. His average start is 10.3, and his average finish is 15.1. Edwards has completed 93.5% of laps attempted at Atlanta.