In NASCAR Cup Series competition the #32 car has started 889 races with 107 drivers and has 2 wins, 3 pole, 35 top 5s, 111 top 10s, and 267 DNFs.
- In 2000 car owner Cal Wells brought PPI Motorsports, a former CART team, to NASCAR with driver Scott Pruett, a former Trans Am driver. Pruett struggled all year- he failed to qualify for several races and finished in the top 10 only once in his 28 starts, a 10th place finish at Indianapolis.
- Ricky Craven took over the Tide ride beginning in the 2001 season. Craven turned the team around by qualifying for every single race that season and running very strong on a number of occasions.
Late in 2001, Craven would earn his first career victory at Martinsville and would finish 21st in the championship standings. Craven ran strong in 2002 and, although he failed to win a race for the team, he managed to improve his championship standing and finishing 15th overall. This was the team’s last season in a Ford, as they switched to Pontiac the next season. At Darlington in 2003 Craven barely edged Kurt Busch to win the closest race in NASCAR history by .002 of a second. This would be the final win for Craven, PPI, and Pontiac. In 2004 Craven struggled and was replaced before the end of the season. He started 133 races in #32.
- Bobby Hamilton Jr. replaced Craven and in 2005 the team switched to Chevrolet since Pontiac left the sport and eventually dissolved the brand. Hamilton struggled all year and finished 34th in points. After 42 starts, Hamilton was replaced.
- In 2006 Travis Kvapil got behind the wheel of the Tide #32, but also struggled. At the end of the season Tide left PPI, and with no prospective sponsors the company dissolved in a deal that gave assets and employees to Michael Waltrip Racing to form the #00 team. Cal Wells became the Executive Vice President of Operations for MWR until they folded following the 2015 season. In 2014, Kvapil would again drive the #32 as one of many drivers for Go Fas Racing.
- In 2010, Braun Racing (Now Turner-Scott Motorsports) started to field a part time #32 Sprint Cup car in addition to it’s successful XFINITY teams. Jason Leffler , Mike Bliss, Reed Sorenson, and Jacques Villeneuve all made starts.
- Starting in 2011 Go FAS Racing has fielded the #32 full time with a plethora of drivers all making occasional starts. Some of the drivers in this car have been Boris Said , Ken Schrader, J.J. Yeley, Reed Sorenson, Timmy Hill, and Terry Labonte .
The fall 2014 Talladega race would be the last ever for Texas Terry, so Go FAS created a special paint scheme that represented 3 of Terry’s most famous cars. After being reviewed by NASCAR the team had to make both sides the same color; they chose the yellow/red Kelloggs side and rewrapped the car.
In 2015 the Go FAS team returned to run 30 of the 36 races with names like Mike Bliss, Joey Gase, Josh Wise, Travis Kvpail, and Will Kimmell III behind the wheel. Bobby Labonte ran all 4 restrictor plate tracks in the #32 car, and Boris Said returned to the car to run both road courses.
Before 2016 started it was announced that Jefferey Earnhardt would start all non-restrictor plate races in the #32 Go FAS Car, with Bobby Labonte starting the races at Daytona and Talladega. As the season progressed, however, the team began removing Earnhardt occassionally in favor of drivers like Joey Gase, Eddie McDonald, Boris Said, Jeb Burton, Boris Said, & Patrick Carpentier. By the end of the season Earnhardt, who started #32 19 times, was racing for BK Racing.
- In 2017, Matt Dibenedetto took over the helm of the #32 car for Go-FAS Racing. In the 2017 Daytona 500, his first for Go Fas, DiBenedetto finished 9th for his second career top 10. Statistically, DiBenedetto has been Go Fas Racing’s best driver since co-owner Frank Stoddard founding the team in 2011, with him picking up several top twenty and top thirty finishes. DiBenedetto had a great race in the 2017 Food City 500 when he picked up a top twenty finish, his best finish since Daytona. At the Monster Energy Open leading up to the All-Star Race, DiBenedetto drove a Reddit-sponsored car; he learned of the site when driver Josh Wise was voted into the 2014 All-Star Race by the community, who nearly voted DiBenedetto into the 2016 race.
At the 2017 Brickyard 400, DiBenedetto qualified near the back of the field. Despite this, he managed to avoid the late-race melee to pick up another top ten finish for the No. 32, finishing 8th. Soon after the race, DiBenedetto, crew chief Gene Nead, and Go Fas extended their contract to the 2018 season, allowing DiBenedetto to remain in the No. 32 for 2018.
- Dick Brooks started 78 races in #32 from 1969-1974. Brooks never won in #32, but he did have one career win at Talladega in 1977- the last win for Plymouth in NASCAR.
- Jimmy Horton started 22 races from 1992-1993.
- Dick Trickle raced 25 times in the 1994 season driving #32.
Other notable names in #32
- Tiny Lund , 16 starts
- Greg Sacks, 6 starts
- Ron Fellows, 4 starts
- Alan Kulwicki , 3 starts
- Mike Skinner, 1 start
- Junior Johnson, 1 start
- Buck Baker, 1 start
- Mike Wallace, 1 start
- Elmo Langley, 1 start
- Jim Sauter, 1 start
In the XFINITY Series Race at Daytona in February 2013 Kyle Larson went for a wild ride that destroyed his car and injured spectators. Turner Scott has also fielded XFINITY cars and Trucks with drivers like Reed Sorenson, Mark Martin, James Buescher, Brian Vickers, Miguel Paludo, Jason Leffler, and Ron Hornaday.