AM Racing will expand to two NASCAR Xfinity Series teams in 2024, the team announced this morning (Sept. 23).
“With our focus on becoming a predominant championship-caliber team, adding a second car to our team’s program is a crucial step in that process,” team owner of AM Racing Kevin Cywinski said in a press release. “We have made great strides in 2023, but the opportunity to add additional resources and expand our footprint for 2024 will strengthen our program for the long term.”
Wade Moore, the AM Racing President, also spoke on the announcement as well as the team’s 2023 performances.
“We are proud of our successes this season,” Moore stated. “Brett has done an outstanding job behind the wheel to try and execute and make the most out of every race weekend. We have not been perfect, but we have worked hard to make consistent strides and I think our recent performance at Kansas Speedway is an example of what we can produce every week.”
Currently, the car number and driver have not been stated.
The team currently fields the No. 25 car full-time for Brett Moffitt and in 2023, the team has achieved an average finish of 16.6, a lone top five and a combined eight top 10s and 15 top 15s.
The AM Racing No. 25 team did miss the Xfinity Series playoffs, but they will compete in the remaining races of the season, the next being the Andy’s Frozen Custard 300 at Texas Motor Speedway. The event will be broadcast today at 3:30 p.m. ET on USA Network.
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