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2022 NASCAR Xfinity Series

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Daniel Hemric, the defending Xfinity Series champion.
Daniel Hemric, the defending Xfinity Series champion.

The 2022 NASCAR Xfinity Series will be the 41st season of the NASCAR Xfinity Series, a stock car racing series sanctioned by NASCAR in the United States. The season will kick off with the Beef. It's What's for Dinner. 300 on February 19 at Daytona International Speedway and will end with the playoff finale on November 5 at Phoenix Raceway.

This season will mark the first time in over 20 years to feature two African-American drivers racing against each other in a NASCAR national series race, as Jesse Iwuji will run full-time and Rajah Caruth will run part-time in the series in 2022. The last time this happened was when Willy T. Ribbs and Bill Lester competed together in five races in the Truck Series in 2001. Also, the Xfinity Series logo will change from red to purple in 2022.[1]

Daniel Hemric enters the season as the defending champion. He drove the No. 18 car for Joe Gibbs Racing in 2021, but he will now be driving the No. 11 car for Kaulig Racing. He will try to become the second driver in series history to win back-to-back championships driving for two different teams. (The first was Tyler Reddick in 2018 and 2019.)

Teams and drivers

Complete schedule

Manufacturer Team No. Race driver Crew chief
Chevrolet Alpha Prime Racing[2] 44 Tommy Joe Martins TBA[3] TBA
Rajah Caruth 3[2]
Ryan Ellis 4[4]
Caesar Bacarella 3[2][5]
TBA TBA
45 Caesar Bacarella 1 TBA
TBA 16–19
Sage Karam 12–15[6]
Ryan Ellis 1[4]
Big Machine Racing Team 48 Jade Buford[7] Patrick Donahue[7]
Brandonbilt Motorsports 68 Brandon Brown[8] TBA
DGM Racing 36 TBA TBA
91 Mason Massey TBA[9] TBA
TBA TBA
92 TBA TBA
JD Motorsports 4 Bayley Currey[10] Wayne Carroll Jr.[11]
6 Ryan Vargas[12] TBA
Jeremy Clements Racing[13] 51 Jeremy Clements TBA
Jimmy Means Racing 52 TBA TBA
Jordan Anderson Racing 31 Myatt Snider[14] TBA
JR Motorsports 1 Sam Mayer[15] Taylor Moyer[16]
7 Justin Allgaier[17] Jason Burdett[16]
8 Josh Berry[18] Mike Bumgarner[16]
9 Noah Gragson[19] Luke Lambert[16]
Kaulig Racing 10 Landon Cassill[20] Jason Trinchere[21]
11 Daniel Hemric[22] Alex Yontz[21]
16 A. J. Allmendinger[23] Bruce Schlicker[21]
Our Motorsports 02 Brett Moffitt[24] Jeff Hensley[24]
23 Anthony Alfredo[24] Pat Tryson[24]
27 Jeb Burton[24] Chad Walter[24]
Richard Childress Racing 2 Sheldon Creed (R)[25] TBA
21 Austin Hill (R)[26] TBA
Ford RSS Racing 38 C. J. McLaughlin 14[27] TBA
TBA 10
Parker Retzlaff 9[28]
39 Ryan Sieg[29] TBA
SS-Green Light Racing 07 Joe Graf Jr.[30] Joe Williams Jr.[30]
TBA Cole Custer 4[30] TBA
Chase Briscoe 1[30]
TBA 28
Stewart-Haas Racing 98 Riley Herbst[31] TBA
Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing 19 Brandon Jones[32] Jeff Meendering[32]
TBA Ty Gibbs[N 1] TBA
TBA TBA TBA
Sam Hunt Racing 26 Ryan Truex TBA[34] Allen Hart[35]
Jeffrey Earnhardt TBA[36]
TBA TBA
Chevrolet TBA
Toyota TBA
B. J. McLeod Motorsports 5 Matt Mills TBA[37] TBA
Nick Sanchez TBA[38]
TBA TBA
Chevrolet TBA
Toyota TBA
78 Josh Williams[39] Danny Johnson[39]
Chevrolet TBA
Toyota TBA
99 Stefan Parsons[40] TBA
Chevrolet TBA
Ford TBA
Toyota TBA
Emerling-Gase Motorsports[41] 35 Joey Gase TBA[42] TBA
Shane Lee TBA[43]
Patrick Emerling TBA[41]
TBA TBA
TBA Jesse Iwuji Motorsports[44] TBA Jesse Iwuji (R) TBA
Chevrolet 1
TBA TBA
MBM Motorsports[45] 66 Timmy Hill 1[46] TBA
TBA 32

Limited schedule

Manufacturer Team No. Race driver Crew chief Rounds
Chevrolet Bassett Racing 77 Ronnie Bassett Jr. TBA 1[47]
Mike Harmon Racing[48] 47 TBA TBA 1
74 Mike Harmon TBA 1
JR Motorsports 88 Miguel Paludo[49] TBA 3[50]
Dale Earnhardt Jr. 1[51][52]
Ford Miles Thomas Motorsports[53] TBA Jason Miles[53] TBA TBA
RSS Racing 28 Kyle Sieg[54] TBA TBA
Parker Retzlaff 1[28]
TBA[N 2] TBA Ryan Preece[55] TBA 3
Toyota SQR Development[56] 87 TBA TBA TBA[56]
Raphaël Lessard[57] TBA
Ford TBA
Toyota TBA
Emerling-Gase Motorsports TBA TBA TBA TBA[41]
TBA MBM Motorsports[58] 13 TBA TBA 1
TBA 61 TBA TBA 1

Notes

  1. ^ It has yet to officially be announced that Gibbs will run full-time in the Xfinity Series for Joe Gibbs Racing in 2022. However, he is widely expected to. It has been announced that Gibbs will run 3 races for the team in 2022 with Interstate Batteries sponsorship.[33]
  2. ^ The team Preece will be driving for has yet to be announced. The entry will be fielded in a collaboration with Stewart-Haas Racing.

Silly Season news and updates

Confirmed changes

Teams

  • On August 6, 2021, Shane Lee tweeted that he got the equipment from the closed H2 Motorsports team that he drove for in 2019 and was contemplating whether to use it and start his own team or sell the equipment.[59] On November 18, Joey Gase announced that he would start his own team, Joey Gase Racing, fielding the No. 35 Ford/Toyota full-time in 2022 with himself and other drivers sharing the ride. The Toyotas that the team will run were the ones owned by Lee that were last used by H2M. As part of the deal to sell the equipment to Gase, Lee will drive select races in Gase's No. 35.[42] On December 30, it was announced that Patrick Emerling (who drove part-time for Our Motorsports in 2020 and 2021) would join the team as a driver and a co-owner, and as a result, the team was renamed Emerling-Gase Motorsports, and that the team would also field a second part-time car.[41]
  • On August 21, 2021, it was announced that NFL Hall of Famer Emmitt Smith and driver Jesse Iwuji would be starting an Xfinity Series team, Jesse Iwuji Motorsports, with Iwuji running the full season and for Rookie of the Year. The team has yet to announce their manufacturer, car number, and crew chief.[44]
  • On August 30, 2021, it was announced that Caesar Bacarella, who has driven part-time in the series for B. J. McLeod Motorsports and DGM Racing since 2017, would be joining Martins Motorsports as a driver/co-owner and the team would be renamed Alpha Prime Racing (Alpha Prime is a company he owns). In addition to Bacarella, Tommy Joe Martins, Rajah Caruth, and potentially additional drivers will share the team's No. 44 car for the full season.[2] On January 6, 2022, Alpha Prime Racing announced it will field two full-time teams in 2022, with Sage Karam driving the No. 45 for four races.[60]
  • When the Jayski's Silly Season Site 2022 Xfinity Series team/driver chart was released, it was revealed that Big Machine Racing Team, which fields the No. 48 car for Jade Buford (who will return to the team in 2022) may form an alliance with a larger NASCAR Xfinity Series team.[61] On October 7, 2021, BMRT announced that they would partner with Richard Childress Racing in 2022.[7]
  • Miles Thomas Motorsports will debut in 2022. The team will compete full-time or part-time in both the Xfinity Series and ARCA Menards Series with Jason Miles, who is also a co-owner of the team. Miles competed part-time in ARCA for Fast Track Racing in 2019 and 2021. Ford will be their manufacturer. The team has yet to announce their car number, sponsors, and crew chief.[53]
  • On October 14, 2021, Bob Pockrass from Fox tweeted that Joe Gibbs Racing could downsize from four full-time cars to three in 2022. One of the cars would continue to be for a rotation of drivers like the No. 54 was in 2021.[62] The team lost two of its full-time drivers from 2021, Daniel Hemric and Harrison Burton, who each bring sponsorship, and the team could not find sponsorship for the No. 54 car in multiple races in 2021. On November 16, JGR officially announced that it would only field 3 full-time Xfinity Series cars in 2022.[63]
  • On October 28, 2021, it was announced that RSS Racing would field two full-time cars again in 2022. After previously fielding three full-time cars in 2018 and 2019 and two in 2020, the team downsized to one car, the No. 39, in 2021.[29] Multiple drivers will share the second car (announced to be the No. 38 on January 17, 2022), with C. J. McLaughlin and Parker Retzlaff being the only ones that have been announced so far. RSS could also field a third car at Bristol in September as both McLaughlin and Retzlaff were announced to be running that race.[27][28]
  • On October 29, 2021, it was announced that Richard Childress Racing would field two full-time cars again in 2022. The car number for the second car, which will be driven by Austin Hill, has yet to be announced, although the team will likely use a car number that they have previously used in the Xfinity Series such as the No. 21.[26]
  • On November 17, 2021, MBM Motorsports owner Carl Long announced on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio that his team would downsize their Xfinity Series team to one full-time car in 2022. The team previously fielded three full-time cars, the Nos. 13, 61 and 66, with the No. 61 sharing the owner points with Hattori Racing Enterprises.[45]
  • On December 16, 2021, Our Motorsports announced that they would be expanding to three full-time cars in 2022. Jeb Burton will drive the team's new third car, the No. 27.[24]
  • On December 20, 2021, J. C. Stout (who drove part-time in the Xfinity Series from 2008 to 2010 and the Truck Series from 2003 to 2010) announced that he had bought some Toyotas from Joe Gibbs Racing and would be restarting his team, SQR Development (previously Stellar Quest Racing), which last competed in the series in 2009. The team will run 10 to 12 races with the first one being at Richmond. The driver has yet to be determined.[56]
  • On January 13, 2022, Team Penske announced it will not field an Xfinity Series team in 2022 unless a sponsor comes along.[64]

Drivers

  • On September 15, 2020, JR Motorsports announced that Sam Mayer would run full-time for them in 2022 after running the second half of the 2021 season in their No. 8 car.[15] After the announcement that Josh Berry, who shared the No. 8 car with Mayer in 2021, would drive the No. 8 full-time in 2022, Dustin Albino from Jayski confirmed that Mayer would still run full-time for JRM in 2022.[65] Dale Earnhardt Jr. himself commented on NASCAR Reddit that it was possible that the team could run five cars full-time[66] so the team would not have to release one of their other full-time drivers. JRM had re-signed Noah Gragson and Justin Allgaier in addition to Berry and Mayer and it was likely that Michael Annett would return to the team in 2022 due to him bringing sponsorship from Pilot Flying J, so at that time, it was likely that Mayer would run full-time for JRM in the fifth car. However, with Annett announcing his retirement, Mayer will replace him as the team's fourth full-time driver and the team will not field a fifth car full-time. However, JRM will field a fifth car (the No. 88) in the spring Martinsville race for Earnhardt Jr. in his once-a-year Xfinity Series start. It is the first time since 2018 that JRM will have fielded five cars in a race.[52] On December 15, JRM revealed a new font for the No. 1 on their website, which indicates that it will be Mayer's car number in 2022.
  • On June 18, 2021, Kaulig Racing announced that Justin Haley, the driver of their No. 11 car in the Xfinity Series, would move up to the Cup Series full-time in 2022, driving the team's No. 31 car.[67] On September 25, Kaulig announced that Daniel Hemric would replace Haley in the No. 11 in 2022.[22] He drove the No. 18 for Joe Gibbs Racing in 2021 and won the championship. Hemric also drove Kaulig's No. 10 car in the race at Charlotte in 2019 as a relief driver for Austin Dillon.
  • On July 15, 2021, Team Penske announced that Austin Cindric would move up to the Cup Series full-time in 2022, replacing Brad Keselowski (who is moving to Roush Fenway Racing to become a driver/co-owner for that team) in the No. 2 car.[68] The team has yet to announce their plans for the No. 22 car, although at this time it appears most likely that it will go back to being an "all-star car" with their Cup Series drivers sharing the ride, according to Jordan Bianchi from The Athletic.[69]
  • On July 15, 2021, it was also announced that Harrison Burton, the driver of the No. 20 for Joe Gibbs Racing in the Xfinity Series, would be moving up to the Cup Series full-time in 2022, replacing Matt DiBenedetto in the No. 21 car for Wood Brothers Racing.[70] JGR has yet to announce who will replace Burton in the No. 20, although JGR part-time Xfinity and full-time ARCA driver Ty Gibbs and Kyle Busch Motorsports full-time Truck Series driver John Hunter Nemechek are widely considered to be the most likely candidates (although Nemechek would run part-time since he is returning to KBM in the Truck Series full-time in 2022). Gibbs could also stay in the No. 54, which he drove part-time in 2021, and run full-time in that car since Kyle Busch will not be returning to the Xfinity Series in 2022 after reaching his retirement goal of 100 wins in the series in 2021.[71] Gibbs could also drive JGR's No. 18 car in 2022 as Daniel Hemric will be leaving the team to drive the No. 11 for Kaulig Racing in 2022.[22]
  • On July 16, 2021, GMS Racing full-time Truck Series driver Sheldon Creed stated in an interview that he would like to move up to the Xfinity Series full-time in 2022.[72] On August 17, Chris Knight from Catchfence tweeted that Creed was close to getting a 2022 deal done.[73] On September 14, it was announced that Creed would drive full-time for Richard Childress Racing in the Xfinity Series in 2022.[25] On October 9, RCR announced that Creed would replace Myatt Snider in the No. 2 and that Snider would remain with RCR in their driver development program.[74] On November 3, it was announced that Snider would drive full-time for the RCR-aligned Jordan Anderson Racing in their No. 31 car in 2022.[14]
  • On July 27, 2021, Tommy Joe Martins announced that he will go back to part-time as a driver and his team's No. 44 will be split between him and multiple other drivers, one of which currently competes in ARCA and has yet to make a start in the top 3 series. Martins is expected to announce who that driver is sometime in August.[3] On August 30, Martins announced that the driver is Rajah Caruth, who will be running three races in the No. 44 car (one race at Martinsville, Dover, and Richmond) with the possibility of two more if sponsorship can be found (Pocono and Kansas). Caruth will also return to Rev Racing and the Drive for Diversity program in 2022 and will run full-time in the ARCA Menards Series.[2]
  • On August 16, 2021, JR Motorsports announced that Josh Berry would drive full-time in their No. 8 car in 2022, which he drove part-time in 2021.[18]
  • On September 9, 2021, it was announced that Colby Howard would drive full-time in the Truck Series for McAnally-Hilgemann Racing in 2022. He previously drove the No. 15 for JD Motorsports in the Xfinity Series full-time in 2021 and part-time in 2020.[75] JD Motorsports has yet to announce Howard's replacement and their entire 2022 driver lineup.
  • On September 21, 2021, it was announced that Stefan Parsons would drive full-time for B. J. McLeod Motorsports in 2022. He has driven part-time for the team since 2019, mostly in the No. 99 car. His 2022 car number has yet to be announced.[40]
  • On October 2, 2021, Jamie Little revealed during the NASCAR on Fox pre-race show for the Truck Series race at Talladega that Austin Hill will not be returning to Hattori Racing Enterprises in 2022. Hill hopes to compete in the Xfinity Series full-time in 2022.[76] He competed full-time in the Truck Series and part-time in the Xfinity Series for Hattori in 2019, 2020 and 2021. On October 29, it was announced that Hill would drive full-time for Richard Childress Racing in 2022.[26]
  • On October 6, 2021, it was announced that Michael Annett would retire from full-time competition after the 2021 season. He has driven full-time for JR Motorsports in the Xfinity Series since 2017.[77]
  • On October 11, 2021, Jeb Burton confirmed in an interview with Frontstretch that he would not be returning to the Kaulig Racing No. 10 in 2022 as a result of longtime sponsor Nutrien parting ways with the team at the end of the 2021 season.[78] On December 9, Kaulig signed Landon Cassill to drive the No. 10 full-time in 2022.[20]
  • On October 15, 2021, Bayley Currey stated in an interview with Jayski's Silly Season Site that he hopes to return to JD Motorsports in 2022. He drove for Mike Harmon Racing for most of the 2021 season until he was taken out of the ride due to other drivers bringing sponsorship.[79] On December 27, JDM announced that Currey would drive one of their cars full-time in 2022. Although he drove the No. 15 in all of his starts for the team in 2021, his car number for 2022 has yet to be determined.[10]
  • On October 19, 2021, B. J. McLeod Motorsports announced that Nick Sanchez would run part-time for the team in 2022. It will be his debut in the Xfinity Series. Sanchez, a member of the Drive for Diversity program, will also continue to drive full-time for Rev Racing in the ARCA Menards Series in 2022. Sanchez's car number has yet to be announced.[38]
  • On November 9, 2021, Jeffrey Earnhardt posted on his Facebook page that he would not return to JD Motorsports in 2022 in order to pursue opportunities to drive for a top-tier team whether it be full-time or part-time.[80] On January 14, 2022, it was announced that Earnhardt would drive part-time in the No. 26 car for Sam Hunt Racing.[36]
  • On November 15, 2021, DGM Racing announced that Josh Williams will not return to the No. 92, with the team opting to find an experienced and funded driver to fill the seat in 2022.[81]
  • On November 22, 2021, NASCAR indefinitely suspended Alpha Prime Racing driver/co-owner Caesar Bacarella for substance abuse after he claimed he unknowingly took a workout supplement that is on the banned substances list. Bacarella has since enrolled in the Road to Recovery program and is expected to be reinstated in time for the season-opener at Daytona.[5]
  • On December 1, 2021, JR Motorsports announced that Porsche Cup Brasil champion Miguel Paludo will return to the team for three road course races in 2022, although he will now drive the part-time No. 88 car as Josh Berry is driving the No. 8, which Paludo drove in 2021, full-time in 2022.[49]
  • On December 3, 2021, RSS Racing announced that Parker Retzlaff, who has driven in the ARCA Menards Series East for Cook-Finley Racing, would run part-time in the team's full-time second car (later announced to be the No. 38) in 2022.[28] With the race at Bristol in September overlapping with C. J. McLaughlin's schedule in the car, Retzlaff may drive a third RSS car in that race or that race could be switched to another one.[27]
  • On December 8, 2021, B. J. McLeod Motorsports announced that Josh Williams would run full-time in the No. 78 for the team in 2022. Williams drove for DGM Racing the last five years either full-time or part-time.[39]
  • On December 15, 2021, DGM Racing announced that Mason Massey would drive the No. 91 car for the majority of the 2022 season. He drove part-time for B. J. McLeod Motorsports in 2020 and 2021.[9]
  • On December 16, 2021, it was announced that Anthony Alfredo, previously the driver of the No. 38 for Front Row Motorsports in the Cup Series, and Jeb Burton, previously the driver of the Kaulig Racing No. 10, would both run full-time for Our Motorsports in 2022 as the team expands to three full-time cars. Alfredo will drive the No. 23, which multiple drivers drove part-time in 2021, and Burton will drive the team's new third car, the No. 27.[24]
  • On January 7, 2022, Mike Harmon Racing announced that it has parted ways with Kyle Weatherman.[82]
  • On January 8, 2022, SS-Green Light Racing announced that Joe Graf Jr. would run full-time in the No. 07 while the second team would have Cole Custer running at least four races and Chase Briscoe running one race in 2022.[30]
  • On January 13, 2022, Sam Hunt Racing announced that Ryan Truex would run part-time in the No. 26 in 2022.[34] Truex previously drove full-time in the Truck Series in the No. 40 for Niece Motorsports, but lost his ride in that truck to Dean Thompson for 2022.
  • On January 17, 2022, it was announced that C. J. McLaughlin would return to RSS Racing to drive their No. 38 car in 14 races in 2022. He drove for the team part-time in 2019 and 2020.[27]

Crew chiefs

  • On November 5, 2021, it was reported by Jayski that Dave Elenz would not return as crew chief for Noah Gragson and would move to the NASCAR Cup Series to be the crew chief for the Richard Petty Motorsports No. 43 car of Erik Jones, replacing Jerry Baxter. The move was officially announced on November 10. Noah Gragson's new crew chief will be announced at a later date.[83]
  • On November 10, 2021, Sam Hunt Racing announced that Allen Hart, who previously worked for JR Motorsports as the engineer for Justin Allgaier's No. 7 car (as well as Allgaier's interim crew chief in one race in 2021), would become the team's technical director as well as the crew chief for their No. 26 car. Former crew chief Andrew Abbott will remain with Sam Hunt Racing in another role.[35]
  • On November 16, 2021, it was announced that defending Xfinity Series championship-winning crew chief Dave Rogers, who was Daniel Hemric's crew chief at Joe Gibbs Racing in 2021, would be moving to 23XI Racing in the Cup Series as their performance director in 2022.[63]
  • On December 8, 2021, B. J. McLeod Motorsports announced that Danny Johnson would be the crew chief for Josh Williams and their No. 78 car in 2022. Johnson crew chiefed the No. 23 Our Motorsports car for most of the first half of the 2021 season. He was also Williams' crew chief when he ran full-time in the ARCA Menards Series in 2016 for his own team.[39]
  • On December 16, 2021, Our Motorsports announced their 2022 crew chief lineup. Pat Tryson, who was the crew chief for Brett Moffitt and the No. 02 car for the second half of 2021, will replace Kenneth Roettger Jr. as crew chief of the No. 23, which will now be driven by Anthony Alfredo. Former GMS Racing Truck Series crew chiefs Jeff Hensley and Chad Walter will be the crew chiefs for the No. 02 of Moffitt and the new No. 27 car of Jeb Burton, respectively.[24]
  • On January 4, 2022, JR Motorsports announced its crew chief lineup, with Luke Lambert replacing Dave Elenz in the No. 9, Mike Bumgarner moving from the No. 1 to the No. 8, Taylor Moyer moving from the No. 8 to the No. 1, and Jason Burdett returning to the No. 7.[16]
  • On January 8, 2022, Kaulig Racing announced their 2022 crew chief lineup, with Jason Trinchere moving from the No. 16 to the No. 10, Alex Yontz returning to the No. 11, and Bruce Schlicker moving from the No. 10 to the No. 16.[21]

Interim crew chiefs

  • On October 26, 2021, NASCAR suspended Our Motorsports No. 23 crew chief Kenneth Roettger Jr. for 4 Xfinity Series races after the car lost a ballast during the race at Kansas that month.[84] Because there were only 2 races left in the 2021 season, he will also be suspended for the first 2 races of the 2022 season (Daytona and California). Roettger Jr. will not return to Our Motorsports as a crew chief in 2022 (he was replaced by Pat Tryson, who moved over from the team's No. 02 car),[24] but he will be suspended for whichever team he works for in 2022.
  • On November 22, 2021, NASCAR suspended Mike Harmon Racing crew chief Ryan Bell for the first six races in 2022 for violating the vehicle testing rule when the team brought the No. 74 car to Rockingham Speedway (which is currently unsanctioned by NASCAR) for a charity event. In addition, the team will have 75 owner and driver points deducted at the start of the 2022 season.[5]
  • On December 3, 2021, NASCAR announced that MBM Motorsports crew chief Johnny Roten has been indefinitely suspended after violating the substance abuse policy in the NASCAR rulebook. MBM has yet to announce if Roten will return to the team as a crew chief in 2022 after his suspension is lifted and if he does, who would fill in for him before then.[85]

Manufacturers

Sponsorship

  • On August 19, 2021, JR Motorsports announced that Harrison's Workwear will be a primary sponsor for Josh Berry's No. 8 car in eight races in 2022.[87] They join returning sponsor Tire Pros (which will sponsor Berry in nine races in 2022), which means that the car is sponsored for half the races.[88]
  • On September 17, 2021, it was reported and later confirmed by Kaulig Racing President Chris Rice that Nutrien Agricultural Solutions would not return to sponsoring the team in 2022, which leaves the No. 10 car without a primary sponsor. If Kaulig does not find a replacement sponsor, the No. 10 car might close down or not run full-time which would leave Kaulig with two full-time Xfinity Series cars in 2022.[89] On December 9, cryptocurrency platform Voyager signed a two year sponsorship deal with Landon Cassill and the Kaulig Racing No. 10. Cassill will be fully paid in a portfolio of multiple cryptocurrencies as part of the deal.[20]
  • On October 9, 2021, Richard Childress Racing announced that Whelen Engineering Company would be the sponsor for Sheldon Creed and their No. 2 car for the full season in 2022. Whelen is the title sponsor of the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour and the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series and also sponsored RCR's No. 31 Cup Series car, then driven by Ryan Newman, in two races in 2016.[74]
  • On December 1, 2021, JR Motorsports announced that BRANDT, which is the primary sponsor of their No. 7 car driven by Justin Allgaier, would continue to also sponsor Miguel Paludo in his three races with the team. The company will feature their operations on Brazil, BRANDT do Brasil, on Paludo's No. 88 car.[49]
  • On December 3, 2021, it was announced that Parker Retzlaff would be sponsored by Ponsse, Eco-Tracks and Iron Horse Loggers in his 10 races in the second RSS Racing car. Those sponsors also sponsored him in the ARCA Menards Series East with Cook-Finley Racing in 2020 and 2021.[28]
  • On December 13, 2021, Jesse Iwuji Motorsports announced that Equity Prime Mortgage will sponsor the team for eight races in 2022.[90]
  • On December 30, 2021, Brandonbilt Motorsports announced that cryptocurrency brand LGBcoin would be sponsoring the team's No. 68 car full-time in 2022.[91] However, on January 5, 2022, NASCAR announced that it would be rejecting the sponsorship. As a result, the company would instead sign a personal services deal with Brown.[92]
  • On January 7, 2022, it was announced that UNITS Moving and Portable Storage would sponsor Timmy Hill and the No. 66 car for MBM Motorsports in multiple races. The company was previously a sponsor for the closed StarCom Racing team in the Cup Series.[46]
  • On January 7, 2022, it was announced that Pilot Flying J would not return to sponsor the JR Motorsports No. 1 car in 2022. The company was the longtime sponsor of Michael Annett and the car will now be driven by Sam Mayer after Annett retired.[93]
  • On January 17, 2022, it was announced that SciAps would sponsor the RSS Racing No. 38 car in the 14 races that C. J. McLaughlin will drive the car. The company has sponsored McLaughlin in nearly all races he has run in the Xfinity, Truck and ARCA Series.[27]
  • On January 20, 2022, Alpha Prime Racing and Ryan Ellis would announce that Heartbeat Hot Sauce would sponsor the No. 45 at Talladega Superspeedway.[94]

Confirmed returning sponsorship

Potential and rumored changes

Teams

  • On May 24, 2021, Shepherd Racing Ventures announced that they could reopen their team in 2022 and return to the series if sponsorship could be found. The team could not compete for most of the 2020 season and the entire 2021 season due to lack of sponsorship coupled with Morgan Shepherd being diagnosed with Parkinson's disease.[98]
  • On September 2, 2021, Jerry Freeze, the general manager of Front Row Motorsports, stated in an interview with Dave Moody on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio that the team has been considering starting an Xfinity Series team in 2022. It is most likely that they will do this if the team sells one of their two Cup Series charters to 23XI Racing and only runs one car full-time in that series in 2022 as had been rumored (the deal ended up falling through). FRM's Truck Series driver, Todd Gilliland, could stay with the team in 2022 and move up to the Xfinity Series full-time. Anthony Alfredo, one of FRM's Cup Series drivers, could stay with the team in 2022 and move down to the Xfinity Series or Truck Series full-time. FRM previously competed in the series from 2008 to 2010. They sold their Xfinity Series team to TriStar Motorsports partway through the 2010 season.[99] On November 30, FRM announced that Gilliland would drive their No. 38 Cup Series car full-time in 2022 and Zane Smith would replace Gilliland in the No. 38 truck, so it is unlikely that they will start an Xfinity Series team in 2022.[100]
  • On November 21, 2021, cryptocurrency company Chipzio posted an image of an Xfinity Series car with Quin Houff's name on it, indicating that they could sponsor him in the series in 2022. Houff, who drove for StarCom Racing in the Cup Series in 2021, does not have a ride for 2022 as StarCom closed down. On the paint scheme rendering, it says that the name of the team the car is for is "Quin Houff Motorsports", so it is possible that Houff could start his own team and drive for it, although he has yet to announce any plans. Houff could also drive for another team with Chipzio sponsorship.[101]
  • On January 13, 2022, Dawson Cram tweeted that he would like to run some Xfinity Series races in 2022. In that tweet, he posted an image of a blank car that was a Ford. It is unclear if he has plans to drive for a Ford team in the series or if he will drive for his own team, Cram Racing Enterprises, which he fields in the Truck Series, and it would run Fords.[102]

Drivers

Rule changes

  • On November 19, 2021, NASCAR announced the new practice and qualifying formats across all three national series in 2022. The formats are as follows:[107]
  • Oval races: After a 20-minute practice period for each of two groups, all cars will run a single qualifying lap (two laps at tracks 1.000 miles or shorter). Top five in each group will advance to the final round, which is one or two qualifying laps.
  • Superspeedway races: No practice period. All cars run one lap each, with the top 10 transferring to the final round.
  • Road courses: After a 20-minute practice period, the field will be separated into two groups, each running a 15-minute timed session. The top five of each group will advance to the final round, which consists of a 10-minute timed session.
  • Daytona race 1, Atlanta race 1, Portland, Nashville, and the Phoenix season ending race will have one 50-minute practice session.

Schedule

The 2022 season schedule was announced on September 29, 2021.

No Race title Track Date
1 Beef. It's What's for Dinner. 300 Daytona International Speedway, Daytona Beach, Florida February 19
2 Production Alliance Group 300 Auto Club Speedway, Fontana, California February 26
3 TBA Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Las Vegas, Nevada March 5
4 TBA Phoenix Raceway, Avondale, Arizona March 12
5 Nalley Cars 250[108] Atlanta Motor Speedway, Hampton, Georgia March 19
6 Pit Boss 250 Circuit of the Americas, Austin, Texas March 26
7 ToyotaCare 250 Richmond Raceway, Richmond, Virginia April 2
8 TBA Martinsville Speedway, Ridgeway, Virginia April 8
9 TBA Talladega Superspeedway, Lincoln, Alabama April 23
10 TBA Dover Motor Speedway, Dover, Delaware April 30
11 TBA Darlington Raceway, Darlington, South Carolina May 7
12 TBA Texas Motor Speedway, Fort Worth, Texas May 21
13 TBA Charlotte Motor Speedway, Concord, North Carolina May 28
14 TBA Portland International Raceway, Portland, Oregon June 4
15 TBA Nashville Superspeedway, Lebanon, Tennessee June 25
16 TBA Road America, Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin July 2
17 Alsco Uniforms 250[108] Atlanta Motor Speedway, Hampton, Georgia July 9
18 TBA New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Loudon, New Hampshire July 16
19 TBA Pocono Raceway, Long Pond, Pennsylvania July 23
20 TBA Indianapolis Motor Speedway (Road Course), Speedway, Indiana July 30
21 TBA Michigan International Speedway, Brooklyn, Michigan August 6
22 TBA Watkins Glen International, Watkins Glen, New York August 20
23 TBA Daytona International Speedway, Daytona Beach, Florida August 26
24 Sport Clips Haircuts VFW 200 Darlington Raceway, Darlington, South Carolina September 3
25 Kansas Lottery 300 Kansas Speedway, Kansas City, Kansas September 10
26 TBA Bristol Motor Speedway, Bristol, Tennessee September 16
NASCAR Xfinity Series Playoffs
Round of 12
27 TBA Texas Motor Speedway, Fort Worth, Texas September 24
28 Sparks 300 Talladega Superspeedway, Lincoln, Alabama October 1
29 TBA Charlotte Motor Speedway (Road Course), Concord, North Carolina October 8
Round of 8
30 TBA Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Las Vegas, Nevada, October 15
31 Contender Boats 250 Homestead-Miami Speedway, Homestead, Florida October 22
32 TBA Martinsville Speedway, Ridgeway, Virginia October 29
Championship 4
33 TBA Phoenix Raceway, Avondale, Arizona November 5

Schedule changes

See also

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