In a fourth Kaulig Racing entry, Justin Haley will return to the Xfinity Series at Daytona, searching for his third straight win in the summer race.
Haley will drive the No. 14 Chevrolet.
This is why top tens are the most overrated, arbitrary statistic in NASCAR. Imagine arguing with a straight face that any of the three guys in red have had better seasons than any of the three guys in blue.
Brett Moffitt is left weighing his options after running his last scheduled race for Our Motorsports over the weekend at Indianapolis.
Blaine Perkins, who drove for Our in 2021, is the name closely associated to taking over the No. 02 ride.