Kyle Busch, the all-time winner within the Xfinity Sequence, will drive 5 Xfinity races within the No. 54 Toyota Supra for Joe Gibbs Racing, the workforce introduced Wednesday.
Busch, who is three wins shy of reaching 100 career Xfinity victories, is scheduled to drive within the sequence at Atlanta (March 20), Circuit of the Americas (Could 22), Texas (June 12), Nashville (June 19) and Highway America (July 3).
Hamlin will drive Xfinity automotive at Darlington (Sept. 4). Truex will drive the automotive at Atlanta (July 10). JGR beforehand introduced that Ty Gibbs will drive the car also this season.
Dillon will drive the No. 54 for Joe Gibbs Racing within the Xfinity Sequence season opener at Daytona Worldwide Speedway.
Dillon is also scheduled to drive the automotive in Xfinity races at Miami (Feb. 27), Las Vegas (March 6) and Talladega (April 24).
“I’m so grateful and excited for the chance to drive for Joe Gibbs Racing and Toyota,” Dillon stated in an announcement from the workforce. “They’ve been on high of the game for a very long time and it is a nice alternative for me to go show that I’m a winner and present what I do know I can do in a race automotive.”
Dillon is with out a full-time trip this 12 months after Germain Racing closed store after final season. He will attempt to make the Daytona 500 for Gaunt Brothers Racing, which doesn’t have a constitution and isn’t assured a beginning spot.
Joe Gibbs Racing acknowledged that sponsorship and the remainder of the No. 54 Xfinity workforce’s scheduled might be introduced later.
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