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NASCAR’s Brief History
The history of NASCAR (National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing) dates back to 1948. During that year, the first championship team was owned by Hall of Famer Raymond Parks, who won both the Modified and Strictly Stock divisions. Both of these drivers, along with Jeff Gordon and Dale Earnhardt Jr., went on to win multiple championships. Since then, there have been countless changes in the sport, from new rules to a new logo.
The Popularity of NASCAR
In the 1950s, the sport had to make do with only one division due to post-World War II demand. The popularity of NASCAR increased dramatically in the 1990s. In 1994, the organization hosted the first Brickyard 400, which was attended by President Reagan. In 1998, the Daytona 500 prize money tripled, but the emergence of NASCAR’s new television package helped revive the sport. The Daytona 500 grew by 48% to 18.7 million viewers between 1993 and 2002, and the first broadcast of the Daytona 500 was broadcast on FOX Sports. As a result, the series enjoyed a 32% increase in viewers over the 2000 broadcast.
NASCAR has seen a boost in popularity in recent years. The ratings for races on television have increased for six consecutive years. Despite this, the sport is still trying to maintain interest in the sport through the summer months. To gauge the popularity of NASCAR, WSN analyzed Google Trends data. The numbers revealed that the sport is growing in popularity in every state, regardless of population size. This trend may be a sign of a better NASCAR racing scene.
In addition, fans from all walks of life can watch NASCAR races. A recent Busch Light Clash race in Los Angeles was a good introduction to NASCAR for those who do not normally follow auto racing. However, the race may have been a one-off, and NASCAR is still trying to expand their fan base and attract new fans.
Hendrick Motorsports – The Best Moments
Hendrick Motorsports is an American professional auto racing organization that competes in the NASCAR Cup Series. The organization was founded by Rick Hendrick and began as All Star Racing. Its drivers include Kevin Larson, Chase Elliott, William Byron, and Alex Bowman to name just a few. Rick Hendrick founded the team in 1984 and it has since evolved into a highly competitive organization. Here are some of the most notable moments from its history.
The company has a long-standing pedigree in NASCAR, and currently fields four full-time Cup Series cars. Hendrick Motorsports has a long history of being one of NASCAR’s most successful racing teams. Since the team’s founding in 1984, they have won 16 driver championships, 339 victories, and 298 poles in all three main series. Ricky Rudd, Terry Labonte, Kyle Busch, Kasey Kahne, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jimmie Johnson, and Jeff Gordon are among the notable drivers who have driven a Hendrick race car. They are the current Cup Series champions, with Kyle Larson driving the No. 5 Chevrolet to victory.
Jeff Gordon joined Hendrick Motorsports for the final Cup race of the 1992 season. He earned six Cup Series wins and five pole positions during that time. He then moved to the Fox Sports broadcast booth, where he won eight races in the Chase for the Nextel Cup. As the second-most successful team in NASCAR, Jeff Gordon will assume his executive management role in 2022. Hendrick Motorsports was willing to risk the team on Jeff Gordon.
Chip Ganassi Racing
Chip Ganassi Racing Teams is an American auto racing organization. Chip Ganassi, a businessman and former racing driver, started the team in 1990. The team competes in the NASCAR Cup Series and the NTT IndyCar Series. The mission of the team is to win, and its racing success is based on the development of new racing technology.
Chip Ganassi has been a mainstay in the auto racing industry for almost 30 years and is widely regarded as one of the sport’s most successful and inventive owners. His current teams include three NTT INDYCAR SERIES vehicles and two NASCAR Cup Series cars. Ganassi used 18 drivers in the NASCAR Cup Series during the course of his 20-year career, from Sterling Marlin and Jason Leffler in 2001 to Kurt Busch and Ross Chastain. From McMurray and Casey Mears through Jimmy Spencer and former series winner Matt Kenseth, some of the biggest names in motorsport drove Ganassi cars.
However, Chip Ganassi will not compete in the Daytona 500 for the first race in twenty years. Ganassi sold his NASCAR team to Justin Marks, owner of Trackhouse Racing, at the end of the 2021 season after more than two decades.
Joe Gibbs Racing – NASCAR Cup Series and The Drivers
Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR) is an American professional stock car racing organization. Founded in 1991, Joe Gibbs Racing was run by the son of a former Washington Redskins coach. The team first competed in the NASCAR series. Joe Gibbs Racing has won five NASCAR Cup Series Championships in 2000, 2002, 2005, 2015, and 2015) respectively. The team also has won three NASCAR Xfinity Series Championships (2009, 2016, 2021). After Gibbs’ death, his son ran the team until 2019.
NASCAR Cup Series of The Joe Gibbs Racing
The Joe Gibbs Racing-NASCAR Cup team is one of the strongest in the sport. Since 1992, the team has won over 330 races in all the major series. Among the notable drivers who have piloted Gibbs’ machines are Denny Hamlin, Kyle Busch, Martin Truex Jr., and Christopher Bell.
Car No.11 and Denny Hamlin
Dennis Hamlin is a professional stock car racing driver and NASCAR team owner from the United States. He is a full-time NASCAR Cup Series driver for Joe Gibbs Racing, driving the No. 11 Toyota Camry. He has won 47 races in the NASCAR Cup Series, including the Daytona 500 in 2016 and 2019.
Car No.18 and Kyle Busch
Kyle Thomas Busch is a professional stock car racing driver and team owner from the United States. As of 2022, he races full-time in the NASCAR Cup Series for Joe Gibbs Racing, driving the No. 18 Toyota Camry, and part-time in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series for Kyle Busch Motorsports, driving the No. 51 Toyota Tundra. Busch won the NASCAR Nationwide Series in 2009.
Car No.19 and Martin Truex Jr.
Martin Truex Jr. was announced as Suárez’s replacement in the No. 19 squad in 2018. In addition, former Furniture Row Racing crew chief Cole Pearn will join the team for the 2019 season.
Truex’s 2019 season began on a poor note, though, when he was trapped in “The Big One” in the Daytona 500, finishing 35th. Before winning his first short track race at Richmond, he had five top-10 finishes in a row and two top-20 finishes. Truex won in Dover, Charlotte, and Sonoma as well. Truex won at Phoenix Martinsville and Darlington in the 2021 season.
JR Motorsports (Junior Motosports) is an American professional stock car racing team. It currently competes in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series, CARS Tour, and NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series. Founded in 2000, the team has a history of winning races. As of 2017, the team is the only NASCAR team to win three championships.
Sam Mayer is an young American professional stock car racing driver who competes full-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series in the No. 1 Chevrolet Camaro. He is a development driver for JR Motorsports. In addition to his driving career, he is also a model for the upcoming NASCAR Xfinity Series team.
In addition to becoming the youngest champion in NASCAR history, Mayer will also be the first teenage driver to compete in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. Having grown up around the sport, Sam wanted to emulate his father, who is also a driver. After signing with JR Motorsports, Mayer competed in select Truck races and ARCA races for the team and finished one place in every race. He previously drove for Ranier Racing Development in 2018-19 and GMS Racing in 2019. He won the K&N Pro Series East and is looking forward to competing in every race track in the Xfinity Series.
Justin Allgaier is a full-time driver in the NXS series for JR Motorsports. For the 2022 season, Allgaier’s No. 7 squad will stay mostly similar, managed by experienced crew chief Jason Burdett, who has worked with Allgaier for the last six seasons. At Darlington Raceway, Justin Allgaier, driver of the vintage No. 7 Hellmann’s Chevrolet, won for the 17th time in his NASCAR Xfinity Series career, leading four times for a race-high 76 laps before claiming his first win of the 2022 season.
Joshua W. Berry is a professional stock car racing driver from the United States. He drives the No. 8 Chevrolet Camaro for JR Motorsports in the NASCAR Xfinity Series full-time. Berry has also raced late models for JRM in both the NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series and the CARS Tour, winning the latter’s national title in 2020. He also serves as a driver coach for the organization.
The No. 8 team of Josh Berry of JR Motorsports will see a new sponsor in 2022 with Harrison’s Workwear. Josh Berry will drive the No. 8 Chevrolet for JR Motorsports in the NASCAR Xfinity Series for the first time in 2022, looking to build on his successful part-time season last year. Berry has spent the greater part of a decade racing regional late models and has finally secured a position in one of NASCAR’s top three national series.
The No. 9 Chevrolet of Noah Gragson is a popular choice among fans of the NASCAR Xfinity Series. He is a rising star in the NASCAR ranks.
In 2016, Gragson won four races between the ARCA Menards Series East and West. After two full-time seasons with Kyle Busch Motorsports, Gragson advanced from the Camping World Truck Series (2017-18). His first victory came in 2017 at Martinsville, and his second came in May 2018 at Kansas.
In 2022 season, he is confident in his ability and is chasing a championship with JR Motorsports. In addition, he will return to the NASCAR Xfinity Series, competing for the championship with JR Motorsports.
Kaulig Racing and The Next 2022-NASCAR Cup Series Drivers
Kaulig Racing is an American professional stock car racing team. The team competes in the NASCAR Cup Series and the Xfinity Series. The team is owned by Matt Kaulig, who also owns the team’s sponsor LeafFilter.
Allmendinger is a professional stock car racing driver from the United States. He races full-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series for Kaulig Racing, driving the No. 16 Chevrolet Camaro, and part-time in the NASCAR Cup Series for Kaulig Racing, driving the No. 16 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1.
AJ Allmendinger will be the next driver in the 2022-NASCAR Cup Series. The Chevrolet-backed organization has announced plans to run full-time in the series. Kaulig has already signed drivers Austin Hill and Noah Gragson. The team has been a popular option for Allmendinger because of Allmendinger’s successful career in the Xfinity Series.
Daniel Hemric is a professional stock car racing driver from the United States. He races full-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series for Kaulig Racing, driving the No. 11 Chevrolet Camaro, and part-time in the NASCAR Cup Series for Kaulig Racing with the No. 16 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1.
He competed in the Camping World Truck Series for Brad Keselowski Racing from 2015 to 2016, before the team folded. Hemric also drove for RCR for two years in the Xfinity Series (2017-2018), earning playoff berths and advancing to the Championship 4 round in both seasons. He previously raced for JR Motorsports in the Xfinity Series in 2020. In 2021, Daniel Hemric won his first NASCAR national series race in the Xfinity Series championship race at Phoenix Raceway, doubling as his first series title in his final race for Joe Gibbs Racing. Daniel Hẻmic will join Kaulig Racing in 2022.
Haley previously raced full-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series for Kaulig Racing in the No. 11 Chevrolet. Haley also drove the Car No. 16 in 2021 Yella Wood 500 for Kaulig Racing. The No. 31 Chevrolet is set to return to the NASCAR Cup Series in 2022. The team also announced that AJ Allmendinger, Daniel Hemric, and Noah Gragson will share time in the No. 16 car. Haley has three wins under his belt and has recorded 38 top ten finishes.
Back in June, it was announced that Haley would pilot the No. 16 Chevrolet in the 2022 Cup Series season. However, that announcement was ambiguous and Kaulig Racing later confirmed that Haley would share the number with the second entry. As it turns out, Haley will drive the No. 31 Chevrolet Camaro in 2022. The move will restore his number to the NASCAR Cup Series for the first time since 2019.
Kyle Busch Motorsports – A Closer Look at Each Driver
Kyle Busch Motorsports is an American professional stock car racing team that competes in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and the ARCA Menards Series. The team is owned by Kyle Busch and his wife Samantha. Its famous members include Corey Heim, John Hunter Nemechek, Chandler Smith, and many others. Here’s a quick look at each driver. Hopefully you will find something useful. And as always, keep reading to learn more about each of these drivers.
Kyle Thomas Busch is a professional stock car racing driver and team owner from the United States. As of 2022, he races part-time in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series for Kyle Busch Motorsports, driving the No. 51 Toyota Tundra. KBM operates many vehicles in the Truck Series. He also won the Xfinity Series in 2009 and the Cup Series in 2015 and 2019. Busch has also won the WWE 24/7 Championship once. Busch has won 223 races across all three NASCAR national series.
Corey Heim has announced his debut in the Truck Series for the 2018 season. Heim will make two starts, starting May 7 at Darlington (S.C.). Corey Heim is a young driver with plenty of promise. He won the Super Late Model Georgia Spring Nationals at Crip Motorsports Park in Cordele, Ga., and the CRA SpeedFest at the same track in 2020.
In 2022, Heim will race part-time for Kyle Busch Motorsports in the No. 51 Toyota. His first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series victory came in the spring race at Atlanta Motor Speedway in 2022.
John Hunter Nemechek
Nemechek races full-time in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series for Kyle Busch Motorsports in the No. 4 and part-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. After a successful 2021 NASCAR Truck Series season, John Hunter Nemechek has been rewarded with a new contract with Kyle Busch Motorsports. After a successful Cup campaign last year, Nemechek was rewarded with a move to the Truck Series. His efforts have paid off and he has been the winner of five races this year alone.
In his first full-Truck season with KBM, Nemechek won the Las Vegas Motor Speedway race, earning the team’s fifth win of the season. He is widely considered the favorite in the 2021 Championship Round after racking up five wins. But, he has yet to claim a championship. While his goal may be to become a champion, his success this season so far is enough to make him a contender for the top spot.
In his second full season in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, Chandler Smith will return to Kyle Busch Motorsports. His first full-time season in the series saw him capture the Rookie of the Year award, finishing eighth in the championship standings. In 2022, Smith will be back in the No. 18 Toyota Tundra, with Safelite Auto Glass serving as the primary sponsor. He’ll be reunited with crew chief Danny Stockman. Chandler Smith won his third career race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, as well as the first of the 2022 Camping World Truck Series season.
Richard Petty Motorsports
For many NASCAR fans, Richard Petty Motorsports might not be a household name. However, the success of the team is certainly worth mentioning. The racing team has earned over $5 million in prize money, and the organization has a revenue of $20 million. What is their history? And how do they measure up to other teams? Find out by reading on! Below are some of the facts about Richard Petty Motorsports.
The Richard Petty Motorsports team is owned by Richard Lee Petty, nicknamed “The King.” In 2008, Petty Motorsports was renamed and reorganized. The Richard Petty Motorsports team was established in 2009 by the combination of Gillett Evernham Motorsports with Petty Enterprises. The team has since featured drivers such as Kyle Petty, Aric Almirola, Kase Kahne, Marcos Ambrose, and Sam Hornish Jr.
The team has won several championships. It is owned by Kyle Petty, who is a seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion and holds the Cup Series record for wins with 200. The team won the first four races of the 1957 season with Richard Petty, the son of Lee Petty and Maurice Petty. The team also ran additional teams in 1958 and 1969 and will compete in the 2022-NASCAR Cup Series season. During his career, Petty became known as the King of the Mountain after he won the Daytona 500 in 1959. In 1964, he was the top driver in the Daytona 500, leading the race for all but 16 laps. He would win five championships that year.
NASCAR Cup Series
After the merger of two racing teams, Richard Petty Motorsports (RPM) officially became Richard Petty Racing in 2009. The team has enjoyed success in the Cup Series with big-name drivers like AJ Allmendinger, Kasey Kahne, and Sam Hornish Jr. In 2014, the team had its last Cup Series victory with Aric Almirola driving a Ford Fusion. In the past, RPM had used Dodges, but the automaker pulled out of the competition in 2007. The team’s only guaranteed starts for the 2009 season were the Budweiser Shootout and the first eight points races.
The new owner of Richard Petty Motorsports is the owner of GMS Racing, Maury Gallagher, who bought the majority stake in the operation for the 2022 NASCAR Cup Series season. Petty is expected to serve as chairman of the new team, and will be the face of the team on the track. The team is also expected to field two chartered Cup entries next sea son, including one for Erik Jones. The move will further boost the team’s chances of a successful future.
Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing
You’ve probably heard about Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing, or RFK Racing, but what do you really know about this team? Roush Fenway Keselowski becomes Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing. Read on to discover the history of this team and its involvement in the NASCAR Cup Series. You may even discover that drivers have been associated with this team. Brad Keselowski and Chris Buescher have both raced for Roush Fenway Racing in the past.
The history of the Roush Fenway Racing team is varied. The team has won more than 400 races, including more than 30 championships, and has had many successful drivers. Roush also has extensive experience in other motorsport disciplines, including NASCAR Xfinity Series. Here are some of the highlights from the team’s rich history. Also, read about the Roush family’s legacy.
Roush formed his first NASCAR Cup Series team with driver Mark Martin in 1988. Roush and Martin won their first NASCAR Cup Series race at North Carolina Motor Speedway in October 1989. From then, the two would go on to forge one of NASCAR’s most successful relationships. Martin was inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame in January 2017 after winning 35 NASCAR Cup Series races with Roush.
Roush Racing and the Boston Red Sox’s owners, the Fenway Sports Group, announced a joint venture and the foundation of Roush Fenway Racing in 2007. The partnership brought together two championship companies with remarkable track histories of achievement in sports to form a single, formidable squad with the resources, skill, and horsepower required to maintain an elite place in NASCAR. Fenway Sports Group assists RFK by using their knowledge, contacts, and massive audience base to bring value to RFK’s sponsors while maintaining an unrivaled position among NASCAR teams.
Brad Keselowski joins the team as a driver and co-owner in 2021, piloting the iconic No. 6 Ford Mustang in the NCS. With the acquisition of ownership, the team renamed as Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing (RFK), merging three great names in Jack Roush, John Henry (Fenway), and Brad Keselowski. When you want to purchase Roush Fenway Racing equipment, please make sure to check out our website.
The switch in crew chiefs and road crews for the Roush Fenway Racing team is a welcome one, but it’s not a complete overhaul. The team has been successful with Buescher in recent years, and it’s great to see a familiar face on the box for the next race. Currently, Buescher has five career Cup starts, including a fifth-place finish at Dover last year. His previous two starts have averaged 19.3 points. He has also been competitive at the COTA and Daytona tracks, finishing 11th and 13th, respectively.
The No. 17 Roush Fenway Ford Mustang will be driven by Chris Buescher in Sunday’s Foxwoods Resort Casino 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. The young driver joined Roush Fenway as a developmental driver in 2009 and earned his bones as a junior driver. The talented Buescher has since won four Xfinity Series races. Buescher, who made his NASCAR Cup Series debut in 2012, has been on a steady improvement path. Chris Buescher will still drive the No. 17 Ford Mustang for Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing in 2022 for his third NASCAR cup (NCS) season.
After spending 13 full seasons at NASCAR’s top level, Brad Keselowski is stepping out of Team Penske to reenergize Roush Fenway Racing. Now known as Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing, the team will have a stable of top drivers that includes Brad Keselowski. This new partnership will allow the team to have a competitive edge, and the new driver will be able to capitalize on his experience.
As a leader and an innovator, Brad Keselowski is a man of many talents. His keen attention to detail and his desire to be involved in every aspect of the team’s operations make him a valued addition to the team. Keselowski is not averse to failure and is constantly addressing shortcomings. This includes analyzing and learning from the teams he drives for. In this way, he is able to inspire his teammates and improve the team. Brad Keselowski starts the 2022 season with many changes – a new team, a new job, a new car number, and a new vision – as he embarks on a trip he’s wanted to take for years. Keselowski, a champion entering his 13th full season in the NASCAR will pilot the legendary No. 6 Ford.
‘The Captain’ Roger Penske formed Team Penske, originally known as Penske Racing, in 1966. So far, they have four national series driver championships, five Xfinity Series Owners championships, and 214 NASCAR victories. The Team Penske organization is an American professional auto racing organization. Its members compete in the NASCAR Cup Series, NTT IndyCar Series, and FIA World Endurance Championship. It is owned by Roger Penske. The Penske name has become synonymous with racing. Penske made its NASCAR debut in 1972, the same year it won its first Indy 500 with Donohue at the wheel. Penske Racing continued to participate in NASCAR, the Can-Am Series and so on. Joey Logano, Ryan Blaney and Austin Cindric are among the notable drivers in NASCAR CUP/ NASCAR XFINITY under the Penske banner.
Truck No. 22 history
The history of the Team Penske Truck No. 22 can be traced back to the 2011 season. Kurt Busch won two races with the truck during the season. He was sponsored by Pennzoil and Shell, and his crew chief was Steve Addington. However, Busch suffered a broken leg in August and was forced to leave the team to join Stewart Haas Racing. As a result, Busch was replaced by A.J. Allmendinger. The No. 22 also featured the names of Jacques Villeneuve, Kurt Busch, and Sam Hornish, Jr. In addition to Busch, Team Penske has had the truck number of four drivers since 2011.
The Freightliner eCascadia was used to deliver the Truck No. 22 to the L.A. Coliseum. It was the first zero-emission truck in NASCAR events. Freightliner officials said the electric truck represented the beginning of a new era in trucking. In addition to the Freightliner-sponsored Truck No. 22, the truck was also used by Team Penske in the Busch Light Clash at the Coliseum.
Following a dismal 2011 season, Joey Logano’s contract with JGR was not renewed. Logano and teammate Paul Wolfe qualified for the Playoffs and advanced to the Round of 8, but fell short of making a fifth straight trip to the Championship 4 race. They finished eighth in the series standings, and Logano posted his eighth top-10 championship season in nine seasons. While the team’s future is uncertain at the moment, Logano’s future in Penske’s car looks bright.
After a dominant career in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, Joey Logano has landed with the famed team. Logano won the Cup Series championship in 2018 and is currently the team’s franchise driver. The 25-year-old has won over twenty-seven races in his career. Logano also made two appearances in the Championship 4, the second of which came at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Despite starting his NASCAR career with Joe Gibbs Racing, Logano has since moved on to Team Penske. In addition to his new job, the team has a new crew chief. Paul Wolfe was Brad Keselowski’s crew chief for 10 years. The pair led the team to the 2012 series championship, the first for Roger Penske. Brad Keselowski has also signed with Penske. In 2022, Joey Logano will participate in his 15th NASCAR Cup Series (NCS) season and 10th for Team Penske.
Wood Brothers Racing – The History of Car No 21 and How Harrison Burton Came to Be Part of the Wood Family
Wood Brothers Racing is an American stock-car racing team that competes in the NASCAR Cup Series. The team was founded by brothers Glen and Leonard Wood in 1950 and has recently merged with JTG Racing, owned by Tad and Jodi Geschickter. The team has won multiple championships. Read this article for more information. You’ll learn the history of Car No. 21 and learn how Harrison Burton came to be part of the Wood family.
Car No. 21 history
The car has a history that goes back four generations. Its predecessor, the Car No. 21 Ford Fusion, won eight races, including four straight championships, and was the most successful team in NASCAR’s history. Today, the Wood family continues its legacy with its seventh generation of drivers and the most successful team in the history of the series. Throughout its history, the team has hosted many notable drivers such as David Pearson, Neil Bonnett, Dan Gurney, and AJ Foyt. They have also benefited from major corporate support from Ford Performance and Ford Quick Lane.
The Wood brothers began working together on the No. 21 team in 1983. They had a long-standing partnership with Citgo Petroleum, which sponsored the No. 21 Ford for over 20 years. After that, they switched to Ford Motorcraft and the United States Air Force to become the team’s official sponsor. The new ownership structure meant that the No. 21 Ford was officially owned by the Ford Motor Company and operated as a de facto “factory” team for the company.
The team continued many experiments and changes in the No. 21 car. They contracted with Robert Yates Racing to supply them with engine parts, and the team began weight training routines for crew members. They also increased their use of technology during race day competition. Ultimately, Car No. 21 continued to lead Wood Brothers to victory. It is also the only car to have won four consecutive NASCAR championships. If you’re wondering if the car has a history, read on to learn more about the car’s history.
The in-house alliance between Team Penske and Harrison Burton has been growing. The team recently announced that Burton will pilot the No. 21 Ford full-time for the 2022-NASCAR Cup Series season. He will compete for the Rookie of the Year award. The team isn’t quite ready to say goodbye to current driver Austin DiBenedetto, though. Wood Brothers spent the past nine months getting to know the former Xfinity Series driver. He says Cindric “seems like the right fit.”
Harrison Burton is the son of Jeff Burton, who works as an analyst for the NBC television network. He was a local, short-track driver in North Carolina before becoming the driver of the Wood Brothers Racing 2022 cars. The father-son duo has a successful track record, with Jeff Burton claims multiple Cup Series wins. The team has released several images of their new car, which will run under a modified rulebook.
Aside from his acting career, Harrison Burton is an accomplished driver. He has won two NASCAR K&N Pro Series East races, as well as once in the West. In addition to NASCAR, Burton has won races in the ARCA Racing Series and the ARCA Menards Series. Wood Brothers Racing also signing Burton as its newest driver. Hopefully, this new relationship will result in more wins for Harrison Burton and Wood Brothers Racing.