It’s the final race of the year for the NASCAR Xfinity Series, with a title to be determined at Phoenix Raceway.
Forty-one teams will be competing to qualify for the race. Three drivers will not qualify for the event, barring an entry list change.
Dawson Cram will drive the second SS-Green Light entry, the No. 07.
Derek Kraus will drive the No. 11 entry in the final race of the season. He has three top 10s with Kaulig Racing this year.
Rajah Caruth will drive Hendrick Motorsports’ No. 17 Chevrolet Camaro for the first time in his career. Caruth normally drives for Alpha Prime Racing in the Xfinity Series occasionally, driving last week in the No. 44 entry. Caruth matched a career-best finish of 12th last weekend at Martinsville Speedway
With Caruth driving for Hendrick, APR will have Daniel Dye close the season in the No. 44.
Finally, Kyle Weatherman returns to the series to pilot DGM Racing’s No. 91.
The green flag will drop at Phoenix on Saturday, Nov. 4 at 7 p.m. ET. Coverage will be provided by USA Network.
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