NASCAR Xfinity Series driver Noah Gragson will have a new crew chief in 2022, according to the driver.
Dave Elenz has been the crew chief with Gragson since Gragson started full-time racing in the NASCAR Xfinity Series in 2019, winning a total of five races together.
“It’s good to have change and new opportunities and work with somebody else. You get so comfortable, but maybe there’s some other avenues and other things to look at that a different crew chief looks at, and you can learn from them too. You can take what you learned from Dave, but learn from the new crew chief too and almost be double as good as you already are,” Gragson said at the championship media day in Phoenix.
It’s being reported by Jayski.com that Elenz’s expected to move to the Cup Series as a crew chief for the No. 43 with driver Erik Jones.