All NASCAR Cup Series Drivers 2022
NASCAR Cup Series Drivers 2022: The announcement that Chip Ganassi Racing made on June 30 came as the biggest shock to everyone. That the company’s NASCAR operations would be sold in their entirety to the Trackhouse Racing Team.
One of the most looked forward to transformations is the arrival of the Next-Generation automobile in 2022. On December 21, NASCAR announced that the 670 horsepower and 4-inch rear spoiler would now be standard equipment at all of the race tracks. A “special speedway pack” with 510 horsepower and a 7-inch back spoiler will be made available for the Talladega, Daytona, and Talladega races.
The Following Drivers Have Confirmed Their Participation in the 2022 NASCAR Cup Series:
It was made very known by Front Row Motorsports that Alfredo will no longer be competing for the team in the year 2022. The details of his ideas will be worked out.
In addition to running full-time in the Xfinity Series for Kaulig Racing in the No. 16 car (16 Races), Allmendinger shares driving responsibilities with Noah Gragson and Daniel Hemric (14 Races)
On January 4, 2022, Stewart-Haas Racing announced that Drew Blickensderfer would serve as Aric Almirola’s Crew Chief in the Cup Series. On January 10, Almirola announced that he would retire at the conclusion of the 2022 season.
Bilicki will drive most of the 2022 Cup Series race program for Spire Motorsports in the No. 77 Chevrolet Camaro. The racing team disclosed this. Kevin Bellicourt will compete in the No. 77 car while continuing his role as crew chief for the Bilicki team.
Ally Financial, his principal sponsor, will continue to sponsor 48 Chevrolets in the Cup Series until 2023. Hendrick Motorsports stated that Bowman had signed a two-year extension for his license to drive the No. Ally Financial will continue to sponsor 48 Chevrolets in the Cup Series until 2023. Because of Bowman’s extension, all four HMS drivers decided to resign by the year 2022.
Burton has decided to leave Joe Gibbs Racing, the team for which he drives in the Xfinity Series at the present time. In the Cup Series that year (2022), he will begin his tenure with Wood Brothers Racing. The statement was made in a press release on July 15. The sponsorship announcement would take place appropriately and involve backing from Motorcraft. The 11th of November saw the announcement that Brian Wilson would take on Burton’s crew chief role, while Tyler Green would serve as a spotter.
After it was revealed that Trackhouse Racing would purchase Chip Ganassi Racing, Busch was given the opportunity to become a free agent. Busch’s involvement in the second season of 23XI Racing’s partnership with 23XI was just revealed. In the race, Busch will drive the No. The confirmation of Billy Scott as Busch’s crew chief came on November 16th. Busch will appoint Jason Jarrett as their spotter in 2022. (Ryan Newman was his former spotter).
On September 21, 2020, Hendrick Motorsports announced that Byron has signed a contract extension with the company through 2022. In June of this year, Rick Hendrick made public what he referred to as his “plan” for Chase Elliott. And William Byron is going to retire with the rest of us. I think the current lineup is fantastic, and I want to try to keep it that way. In 2021, Brandon Lines will fill in as the spotter for Ryan Preece.
It is expected that Buescher will continue to drive the No. The 17 Ford that RFK Racing owns will be driven by Scott Graves, who is his crew chief. The month of October 2021 marked the beginning of Buescher’s employment with Graves at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course.
Crackhouse Racing has made the announcement that Chastain will be driving for them in the Cup Series in the No. 1 Chevrolet Camaro. Another announcement was made on October 25, saying that Chastain’s crew chief at Crackhouse Racing, Phil Surgeon, would be making the transfer.