Monster Energy will also stay on as a partner.
Herbst finished his second full-time Xfinity season and first with SHR, earning five top fives and 13 top 10s in 2021. He ended the year 11th in the standings.
“Honestly, we’ve learned a lot since Daytona,” Herbst said in a release. I’m proud of how much this Monster Energy team has grown since our first race. We’ve come a long way from that brand new driver-team combo when the season started in February. We’ve been able to do a lot with the cards that have been dealt. The good news is that we’ve got another season together to continue to improve. Big things are coming for us.”
In his NXS career, the Las Vegas, Nev. native has nine top-five finishes and 34 top 10s.
Herbst also ran in the Camping World Truck Series for David Gilliland Racing at the Daytona International Speedway road course earlier this year, snagging a fifth place.
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