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2020 NASCAR Xfinity Series

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2020 NASCAR Xfinity Series
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Champions | Seasons
Tyler Reddick, the reigning series champion.
Tyler Reddick, the reigning series champion.

The 2020 NASCAR Xfinity Series will be the 39th season of the NASCAR Xfinity Series, a stock car racing series sanctioned by NASCAR in the United States. The season will begin at Daytona International Speedway with the NASCAR Racing Experience 300 on February 15. The regular season will end with the Go Bowling 250 at Richmond Raceway on September 11. The NASCAR playoffs will end with the Desert Diamond West Valley Casino 200 at Phoenix Raceway on November 7.

Tyler Reddick won the 2018 and 2019 championship, but will not defend his title as he will move up to the Cup Series in 2020, continuing to drive for Richard Childress Racing.

Teams and drivers

Complete schedule

Manufacturer Team No. Race driver Crew chief
Chevrolet Brandonbilt Motorsports [1] 68 Brandon Brown TBA
86 TBA TBA
DGM Racing[2] 90 Caesar Bacarella 1 TBA
Dillon Bassett TBA
Ronnie Bassett Jr. TBA
92 Josh Williams [3] TBA
JD Motorsports TBA Jesse Little (R) [4] TBA
TBA Colby Howard (R) 20 TBA
TBA 13
Jimmy Means Racing 52 David Starr [5] TBA
JR Motorsports 1 Michael Annett [6] Travis Mack
7 Justin Allgaier [7] Jason Burdett
8 Jeb Burton 11 Taylor Moyer
Daniel Hemric 21
Dale Earnhardt Jr. 1
9 Noah Gragson [8] Dave Elenz
Kaulig Racing 10 Ross Chastain [9] Bruce Schlicker [10]
11 Justin Haley [9][11] Alex Yontz [10]
Martins Motorsports 44 Tommy Joe Martins Danny Johnson
Mike Harmon Racing[12] 47 Joe Nemechek 1 TBA
TBA 32
74 Mike Harmon TBA TBA
Our Motorsports 02 Andy Seuss TBA [13] Joe Williams
TBA TBA
Richard Childress Racing 21 Myatt Snider TBA TBA
Anthony Alfredo 16
Kaz Grala TBA
RSS Racing 39 Ryan Sieg [14] TBA
93 C. J. McLaughlin 20 [15] TBA 3
Jeff Green 30 [16]
Myatt Snider TBA [17]
TBA 13
SS-Green Light Racing 07 Ray Black Jr. [18] Jason Miller
08 Joe Graf Jr. (R) [19] Patrick Donahue
Ford Stewart-Haas Racing with
Biagi-DenBeste
98 Chase Briscoe [20] TBA
Team Penske 22 Austin Cindric TBA
Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing 18 Riley Herbst (R) Dave Rogers
19 Brandon Jones [21][22] Jeff Meendering
20 Harrison Burton (R) [23] Ben Beshore
MBM Motorsports [24] 61 Timmy Hill TBA Doug Richert
66 Chad Finchum TBA Ryan Bell
Chevrolet
Toyota
B. J. McLeod Motorsports 5 Matt Mills [25] TBA
78 Vinnie Miller [26] Keith Wolfe
99 TBA TBA

Limited schedule

Manufacturer Team No. Race driver Crew chief Rounds
Chevrolet DGM Racing 36 Alex Labbé TBA 3
Kaulig Racing 16 A. J. Allmendinger [27] TBA 6
TBA [27] TBA
RSS Racing 38 Jeff Green [28] Clifford Turner [28] 3
Toyota MBM Motorsports 13 Stephen Leicht Sebastian Laforge TBA
Sam Hunt Racing 26 Colin Garrett[29] Brian Keselowski TBA

Changes

Teams

  • On October 28, 2019, K&N Pro Series East team owner Sam Hunt announced that his Sam Hunt Racing would move up to the Xfinity Series in 2020, bringing driver Colin Garrett along with him. The team's schedule is estimated at about five races depending on how much sponsorship the team's crowdfunding model generated.[29][30]
  • On October 29, 2019, it was reported that Andy Seuss and former NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour team owner Chris Our will form an Xfinity Series team for the 2020 season.[13]
  • On November 21, 2019, GMS Racing announced they will shut down their Xfinity Series program to focus on the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series and ARCA Menards Series teams.[31]
  • On December 8, 2019, MBM Motorsports driver Tommy Joe Martins posted a video to his Twitter saying that he would not be back with the team in 2020 because they would likely be reducing from four full-time cars to two.[24] Team owner Carl Long confirmed this news on December 19, 2019.[32]
  • On December 24, 2019, it was announced that Martins Motorsports, owned by driver Tommy Joe Martins and his father Craig, would be re-opening in 2020. They will field a full-time Xfinity Series team in 2020, the No. 44 Chevrolet, with Tommy Joe driving in all races unless other drivers who bring sponsorship are found which would take him out of the driver's seat at any time. Also, unlike when the team last competed, they will have another owner, Rodney Riessen, a longtime friend of the Martins family.[33]
  • On January 15, 2020, DGM Racing announced that their No. 36 team would be renumbered to the No. 92 in 2020, which was previously the number for their third part-time team. Josh Williams will continue as the driver of that car for the second year in a row.[3] In a number swap between DGM cars, the old No. 92 car will now have the No. 36, and Alex Labbé will drive it in at least three races, one of which is the season-opener at Daytona. It could even turn into a full-season effort if sponsorship is found.
  • On January 19, 2020, Mike Harmon Racing announced that they would be renumbering their second car, the No. 17, to the No. 47 (which is the No. 74, the number of their primary car, backwards) for this season.[34] Harmon took over the No. 17 in large part from Rick Ware Racing partway through the 2019 season.
  • On January 21, 2020, RSS Racing revealed that they would only be fielding two cars full-time, the No. 39 and the No. 93, with the No. 38, which was previously for the most part a start and park car, going down to part-time for 2020. The No. 38 will be entered at Daytona and Talladega with Jeff Green, and will only be fielded in other races if sponsorship is found.[16]

Drivers

  • On September 24, 2019, it was announced that Christopher Bell will move up to the NASCAR Cup Series for 2020, driving the No. 95 for Leavine Family Racing and vacating his No. 20 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota in the Xfinity Series.[35]
  • On October 2, 2019, it was confirmed by Richard Childress Racing that Tyler Reddick will be moving up to the Cup Series with them full time in 2020, replacing Daniel Hemric in the No. 8 Chevrolet.[36][37]
  • On October 15, 2019, it was announced that Ross Chastain will be driving for Kaulig Racing full-time in 2020 in their No. 10 car after running part-time for the team in 2019.[38] In that announcement, the team also confirmed that Justin Haley would be returning to drive the No. 11.[39]
  • On October 17, 2019, it was announced that Harrison Burton would be driving for Joe Gibbs Racing full-time in 2020 in their No. 20 Toyota, replacing Christopher Bell while also competing for Rookie of the Year honors. In 2019, Burton drove full-time in the Truck Series driving the No. 18 Toyota Tundra for Kyle Busch Motorsports while also making some limited starts in the Xfinity Series, driving the No. 18 Toyota for Gibbs.[40]
  • On October 18, 2019, Kaulig Racing president Chris Rice announced that the team intended on fielding their No. 16 car part time in 2020, with the tentative plan being for A. J. Allmendinger to return for all the road course races plus the new Martinsville race in October. Rice also stated they will field the car at the restrictor plate races, but they have not yet decided on a driver.[41] On December 30, 2019, Rice confirmed in an interview with Larry McReynolds on Sirius XM NASCAR Radio that Allmendinger would drive the No. 16 at Daytona in February
  • On November 5, 2019, it was announced that Riley Herbst will drive the No. 18 Toyota full-time for Joe Gibbs Racing in 2020.[42]
  • On November 7, 2019, it was announced that Jesse Little will drive for JD Motorsports full-time in 2020. [4]
  • On November 13, 2019, it was announced that Daniel Hemric will return to the Xfinity Series to drive the JR Motorsports No. 8 Chevrolet for 21 races. In addition, Jeb Burton will drive the car for 11 races and team co-owner Dale Earnhardt Jr. will return for one race.[43]
  • On November 21, 2019, it was announced that Myatt Snider will run part-time for Richard Childress Racing in 2020, beginning at the season-opening race at Daytona International Speedway.[44]
  • On November 22, 2019, it was announced that C. J. McLaughlin will return to RSS Racing for at least 20 races in 2020.[45]
  • On December 3, 2019, it was announced that Anthony Alfredo would run a part-time Xfinity schedule for Richard Childress Racing in the same car as Myatt Snider, which was confirmed to be the No. 21 again in 2020. Last year, Alfredo drove for DGR-Crosley part-time in the Truck Series.[46]
  • On December 4, 2019, Landon Cassill said that he plans to race full-time in the Shepherd Racing Ventures No. 89 Chevrolet in 2020, should funding be available. He drove that car part-time in 2019 as well as for the last race of the 2018 season.[47]
  • On December 6, 2019, Richard Childress Racing publicly stated that they would be interested in hiring Daniel Suárez either to drive the No. 2 Chevrolet or if sponsorship was found, for a third Cup team in 2020. Suárez previously drove for Joe Gibbs Racing from 2015 to 2018 (with the last two years being in the Cup Series) and for Stewart-Haas Racing in 2019.[48]
  • On December 8, 2019, Tommy Joe Martins announced via Twitter that he would likely be let go by MBM Motorsports in 2020. He had previously signed with the team in Summer 2019 to return for this year, but that has changed since the team now looks to scale back to two cars.[49][24] On December 24, it was announced that Martins will drive the No. 44 Chevrolet of the returning Martins Motorsports in 2020.[33]
  • On December 19, 2019, Carl Long said that Joey Gase would not be back with his team in 2020 as part of their reduction from four full-time teams to two. The following day, Gase was announced to be moving up to the Cup Series full-time driving for Rick Ware Racing.[50]
  • On January 9, 2020, JD Motorsports announced that Colby Howard will be joining the team for the majority of the season starting at Phoenix.[51]
  • On January 14, 2020, RSS Racing announced the return of Jeff Green in the No. 38 Chevrolet.[28] He is back after sitting out for the second half of the 2019 season due to having surgery. The team had previously stated before this happened that they wanted to have him back in 2020 if he was medically cleared to race.[52]
  • On January 16, 2020, it was announced that Joe Graf Jr. will race full-time in the SS-Green Light Racing No. 08 Chevrolet.[19]
  • On January 22, 2020, MBM Motorsports announced that Stephen Leicht would be joining the team to drive the No. 13 in a few races, the first of which will be at Las Vegas. In other races where he is not driving, such as at Daytona, he will be a spotter for one of the team's other cars.[53] Last year, Leicht ran a full season in the Xfinity Series in the No. 01 for JD Motorsports.

Crew chiefs

  • Jason Ratcliff will move up to the No. 95 Leavine Family Racing entry in the NASCAR Cup Series in 2020, continuing to work with driver Christopher Bell as he takes over that ride next year, meaning he will vacate his position as crew chief of the No. 20 Joe Gibbs Racing car in the Xfinity Series.[35]
  • On November 5, 2019, Richard Childress Racing announced that Randall Burnett would be moving up from the No. 2 team to the No. 8 RCR Cup car, continuing to work with driver Tyler Reddick as he takes over that ride next year, meaning he will vacate his position as crew chief of the No. 2 NXS car in 2020.[54]
  • On November 7, 2019, Joe Gibbs Racing announced changes to their crew chief lineup for 2020 with No. 18 crew chief Ben Beshore replacing Ratcliff as crew chief of the No. 20 team (where he will work with Harrison Burton), with Dave Rogers replacing Beshore as the No. 18 crew chief (where he will work with Riley Herbst). Rogers was previously the technical director for JGR's Xfinity operations since mid-2017; it is unclear who will replace him in that position in 2020 when he returns to being a crew chief.[55]
  • On December 4, 2019, Stewart-Haas Racing announced that Mike Shiplett will move up to the No. 41 team in the NASCAR Cup Series, replacing Billy Scott and continuing to work with driver Cole Custer.[56]
  • On December 18, 2019, MBM Motorsports revealed the crew chiefs for their Xfinity Series teams in 2020, with Ryan Bell working with Timmy Hill and Daniel Johnson working with Chad Finchum.[32] However, on January 12, 2019, Martins Motorsports announced that Johnson would be the crew chief of his No. 44 team (and therefore, departing MBM). Both Martins and Johnson were together at MBM at the end of the 2019 season.[57]
  • On January 14, 2020, RSS Racing announced that Clifford Turner would be returning to be the crew chief of their No. 38 team after being suspended in June of last year due to violating the Substance Abuse Policy.[58] Although Turner was reinstated in September,[59] he did not return to crew chiefing the car for the remainder of the 2019 season.
  • On January 15, 2020, it was announced that Shane Wilson, who crew chiefed Ryan Sieg and his No. 39 team in 2019, leading him to having many good runs and a playoff spot, would not be back with the team because he joined DGR-Crosley to crew chief Tanner Gray and their No. 15 Truck Series team.[60]
  • On January 17, 2020, Bruce Schlicker was announced as Ross Chastain's crew chief on the Kaulig Racing No. 10 car. He previously worked as the engineer for Cole Custer and the Stewart Haas Racing with Biagi-DenBeste No. 00 team, which closed down. Prior to that, he was an engineer with Richard Childress Racing[10]. He also has crew chief experience in 2010 with the MSRP Motorsports No. 90 car and part of 2009 with the SK Motorsports No. 07 car as well as interim crew chief for Custer's No. 00 in three races in 2018.
  • On January 21, 2020, it was announced that Jeff Green would be the crew chief for RSS Racing's No. 93 team (driven by C. J. McLaughlin, Myatt Snider, and other drivers to be determined) in the races where he is not driving the team's No. 38 car.[16]

Sponsorship

  • On December 2, 2019, NASCAR announced that the organization will not allow CBD sponsorships partly due to restrictions from its media rights partners and also because of FIA regulations (cannabinoids, which CBD is part, is a Prohibited Substance in the WADA Code that is used by the FIA; NASCAR is a member of the ASN of the FIA in the United States, the Automobile Competition Committee for the United States).[61]
  • On January 14, 2020, it was reported that NASCAR was in advanced discussions with Verizon Communications on a new partnership, which includes upgrading the tracks with 5G technology.[62]

Rule changes

  • NASCAR Cup Series drivers will only be allowed to compete in five races, down from seven in 2019. Similar to 2019, Cup drivers are not allowed to compete in Dash 4 Cash as well as the final eight races of the season (the final race before the playoffs and the NASCAR playoffs). Unlike 2019, the rule now applies to drivers declaring for Cup Series points with three or more years of Cup Series experience, down from five years of experience in 2019.[63]
  • The Xfinity Series field will be reduced to 36 cars in 2020, down from 38 in 2019.[63]
  • Controlled cautions will be used at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, Iowa Speedway, and Road America. This procedure includes restrictions on tire changes and refueling to prevent teams from hiring specialized pit crews for standalone races. The controlled caution procedure will not be in effect for weekends where either series is with the Cup Series.[64] The rules are as follows:
  • Each team will consist of eight pit crew members. This includes four to service the car, one fueler, and one driver assistant.
  • On oval tracks, teams may add fuel and change two tires per pit stop.
  • On road courses, teams may add fuel or change four tires per pit stop.
  • Restarts under caution will be in the following order:
  1. Cars that did not pit.
  2. Cars that pitted one time, followed by two times.
  3. Free Pass, Wave Around vehicles, Penalty vehicles.
  • Teams involved in incidents are allowed to change four tires at once to avoid damaging the vehicle.
  • Penalties are as follows:
  • A team must restart on the tail end of the lead lap if they exceed the time limit on pit road or they pit other than the designated lap.
  • A team must serve a two-lap penalty if they change all four tires and add fuel on any pit stop, change tires under green (unless approved by NASCAR for damage caused by an incident), or perform a four-tire change on any pit stop (ovals only).

Schedule

NASCAR announced the 2020 Xfinity Series schedule on April 3, 2019.[65]

Notes:

No. Race title Track Date Start Time (et)[68] TV Radio
1 NASCAR Racing Experience 300 Daytona International Speedway, Daytona Beach February 15 2:30 p.m. FS1 MRN
2 Boyd Gaming 300 Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Las Vegas February 22 4:00 p.m. PRN
3 TBA[69] Auto Club Speedway, Fontana February 29 MRN
4 TBA Phoenix Raceway, Avondale March 7
5 Atlanta 250 Atlanta Motor Speedway, Hampton March 14 PRN
6 TBA Homestead–Miami Speedway, Homestead March 21 3:30 p.m. MRN
7 My Bariatric Solutions 300 Texas Motor Speedway, Fort Worth March 28 1:00 p.m. PRN
8 Cheddar's 300[70] Bristol Motor Speedway, Bristol April 4
9 MoneyLion 300 Talladega Superspeedway, Lincoln April 25 MRN
10 TBA Dover International Speedway, Dover May 2 1:30 p.m.
11 Alsco 300 Charlotte Motor Speedway, Concord May 23 1:00 p.m. PRN
12 Mid-Ohio 170 Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, Lexington May 30 MRN
13 LTi Printing 250 Michigan International Speedway, Brooklyn June 6 1:30 p.m.
14 Iowa 250[71] Iowa Speedway, Newton June 13 8:30 p.m.
15 Chicagoland 300[69] Chicagoland Speedway, Joliet June 20 4:00 p.m. NBCSN
16 Pocono Green 225 Pocono Raceway, Long Pond June 28 12:00 p.m.
17 TBA Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course, Speedway July 4 3:00 p.m. NBC PRN &
IMS Radio Network
18 Alsco 300 Kentucky Speedway, Sparta July 10 7:30 p.m. NBCSN PRN
19 ROXOR 200 New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Loudon July 18 3:00 p.m.
20 U.S. Cellular 250 Iowa Speedway, Newton August 1 2:00 p.m. CNBC MRN
21 Henry 180 Road America, Elkhart Lake August 8 3:00 p.m.
22 Zippo 200 at The Glen[69] Watkins Glen International, Watkins Glen August 15 NBCSN
23 Use Your Melon Drive Sober 200 Dover International Speedway, Dover August 22 4:00 p.m.
24 Coca-Cola 250 Daytona International Speedway, Daytona Beach August 28 7:30 p.m.
25 Sport Clips Haircuts VFW 200 Darlington Raceway, Darlington September 5 4:00 p.m. NBC
26 Go Bowling 250 Richmond Raceway, Richmond September 11 8:00 p.m. NBCSN
NASCAR Xfinity Series Playoffs
Round of 12
27 Food City 300 Bristol Motor Speedway, Bristol September 18 7:30 p.m. NBCSN PRN
28 Alsco 300[72] Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Las Vegas September 26
29 Drive for the Cure 250
presented by Blue Cross/Blue Shield of North Carolina
Charlotte Motor Speedway (Roval), Concord October 10 3:30 p.m. NBC
Round of 8
30 Kansas Lottery 300 Kansas Speedway, Kansas City October 17 3:00 p.m. NBC MRN
31 O'Reilly Auto Parts 300 Texas Motor Speedway, Fort Worth October 24 3:30 p.m. PRN
32 NASCAR Xfinity Series 300[73][74] Martinsville Speedway, Ridgeway October 31 8:00 p.m. NBCSN MRN
Championship 4
33 Desert Diamond West Valley Casino 200 Phoenix Raceway, Avondale November 7 4:00 p.m. NBCSN MRN

Schedule changes

Further information: History of NASCAR schedule realignments
  • The Rinnai 250 at Atlanta will no longer be the second race of the season and moves a month later to become the fifth race of the season, and also the first race after the West Coast swing.
  • The order of races in the West Coast swing changes, with the series now going to Auto Club Speedway (Fontana) before Phoenix Raceway instead of the other way around as it had been in the past. Because there will be no race in between Daytona and the West Coast swing, Las Vegas will now be the second race of the season (instead of the third) and the flip-flop of California and Phoenix will be the third and fourth races. (ISM had been the fourth race previously and now is still the fourth race after this switch.)
  • After being the season-finale for the Xfinity Series since 1995 and all three national series since 2002, Homestead-Miami Speedway lost its place as the last race of the season and will instead have its race in March between Atlanta and Texas on a weekend that had previously been an off weekend which will now be in April the week after Bristol.
  • After previously having two races on the schedule, Richmond lost its spring date in favor of a race at Martinsville in October, which marks the series' first trip to the track in 14 years, when it hosted a race for one year in 2006 (in between when the series stopped going to Pikes Peak after 2005 and started going to Montreal in 2007). The race at Martinsville in October will be the second-to-last race of the season and the last race of the Round of 8 in the playoffs. The Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series will now race on the spring weekend at Richmond instead, while Martinsville will only hold one truck race in the fall.
  • After being held sometime in August every year it has been on the schedule, Mid-Ohio moves earlier in the season to become the first race held after Charlotte on Memorial Day weekend, replacing Pocono.
  • The Pocono Green 250 at Pocono will be held on the last week of June, replacing Chicagoland. The race will be held on a Sunday afternoon instead of Saturday afternoon as part of the new "doubleheader-weekend" where the Cup Series will run both of their races at the track on the same weekend on consecutive days (on Saturday in addition to the Truck Series and Sunday in addition to the Xfinity Series).
  • The Camping World 300 at Chicagoland moves a week earlier than it was in 2019. It now falls on Father's Day weekend, which had previously been an off-weekend for the series, and that off-weekend was moved to July after the race at New Hampshire, as NBC will start their half of the season earlier.
  • After having hosted a night race on the Fourth of July weekend since 2002 in the Xfinity Series, Daytona's summer race will now be in August, trading places with Indianapolis but on January 15th, 2020, it was announced the race will be contested on the road course instead of the oval[75].
  • The U.S. Cellular 250 at Iowa moves back a week, on the weekend where Watkins Glen had been.
  • After Mid-Ohio's race moved back to late May/early June, Road America's race moved into that weekend in August from where it had been previously later in the month.
  • The Zippo 200 at The Glen at Watkins Glen moved two weeks later in place of the Food City 300 at Bristol, which will now be a month later and part of the playoffs.
  • The Use Your Melon Drive Sober 200 at Dover was knocked out of the playoffs and into the regular season as a result of Bristol being put in. That race at Dover will now be held on August 22 (the weekend where Road America had been).
  • Since Labor Day falls later in the year in 2020, the race at Daytona will now be held before Darlington instead of after so Darlington can remain on Labor Day weekend.
  • The Go Bowling 250 at Richmond will now be earlier in September and become the last race before the start of the playoffs based on how the schedule works and Rhino Pro Truck Outfitters 300 at Las Vegas moves later in the month and into the playoffs.
  • The Charlotte Roval race is now later in the fall and in October instead of September.
  • After being the second-to-last race of the season for many years, Phoenix Raceway will be the last race of the season after Homestead was bumped back to March. However, because of how the schedule works (only one off-weekend in the playoffs instead of two), it will remain on the same weekend in early November, and the season will end a week earlier than in the past.

See also

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