Coming off a rollercoaster of a season, NASCAR Cup Series driver Anthony Alfredo took to his personal YouTube account to discuss how his 2021 season went driving full time for Front Row Motorsports.
Alfredo finished 30th in the NASCAR Cup Series point standings with his best finish of 10th at Talladega Superspeedway in October.
Alfredo also hinted at some of his plans for next season after it was announced he would not return to Front Row Motorsports in 2022.
“I am really excited what is next. I’m thankful for everyone who supports me, all of you in Sauce Moffia, and all the sponsors who support me.” Alfredo said
“There is a lot to be excited about; I hope everyone is pumped; I’m expecting to have some news for you all soon.”
Although he did not give too many hints about where he could be driving, there are several open rides to be announced for the NASCAR Xfinity and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in 2022.
We also noticed that Alfredo wore a baseball cap of his former sponsor Maestro’s Classic Beard Grooming products.
In previous seasons, Maestro’s sponsored Alfredo at Richard Childress Racing in 2020 and drivers Austin Dillon and Bubba Wallace.
Maestro’s could be a major sponsor once again wherever Alfredo may land for 2022.