Paludo, a seven-time champion and current defending winner of the Porsche Carrera Cup, will drive the No. 88 BRANDT Professional Agriculture Chevrolet in the NXS races at Circuit of the Americas (March 26), Road America (July 2) and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course (July 30).
Following the announcement from NASCAR, Bacarella's new team for 2022, Alpha Prime Racing put out a statement saying the substance was a workout supplement that Bacarella was not aware it was on the band substance list.
"Someone else that will be in the car this year a good amount, is my buddy Shane Lee who we got a lot of his equipment from H2 Motorsports."
"There is a lot to be excited about; I hope everyone is pumped; I'm expecting to have some news for you all soon."
NASCAR today announced the return of practice and qualifying to its race weekends in 2022, with a dramatic knockout-style qualifying format setting the starting lineup for each NASCAR Cup Series race.
The team currently has 5 cars and bought the remaining cars and equipment of H2 Motorsports from Shane Lee. Gase will drive the #35 car most of the season and plans to continue driving part time in the Cup Series.
"I am going to do only one full-time Xfinity car that I will manage myself with a small group of guys, and for the Cup Series, we will probably run that car once a month if we can get the sponsorship."
For Joe Gibbs Racing next season in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, Brandon Jones is the only confirmed driver of the No. 19 Menards Toyota Supra. Ty Gibbs, who won four races with the team in 2022 is expected to take over the No. 18 car as Championship driver, Daniel Hemeric moves to Kaulig Racing for next season. No word who the driver of the No. 20 or No. 54 car for next season.
Drivers, number, sponsors, and crew for the second team will be announced at a later date.
After finishing 11th in the 2021 Xfinity Series championship standings, Riley Herbst will return to Stewart-Haas Racing in 2022 to drive the No. 98 Ford.