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Kaulig Racing
Kaulig Racing
Kaulig Racing logo.jpg
Owner(s)Matt Kaulig
BaseWelcome, North Carolina
SeriesNASCAR Cup Series, NASCAR Xfinity Series
Race driversCup Series:
16. Daniel Hemric, A. J. Allmendinger, Noah Gragson
31. Justin Haley
Xfinity Series:
10. Landon Cassill
11. Daniel Hemric
14. Justin Haley (part-time)
16. A. J. Allmendinger
SponsorsCup Series:
16. Heritage Pool Supply, Poppy Bank, South Point Hotel & Casino, Majestic Steel, Athletic Greens, Action Industries, Gold Fish Casino, Chevrolet Accessories, Charlotte Knights, CURE Token
31. LeafFilter
Xfinity Series:
10. Voyager, Carnomaly, StormX, Usio, Chevrolet
11. Athletic Greens, Poppy Bank, South Point Hotel & Casino, Cirkul
14. DaaBIN Store
16. Nutrien Ag Solutions, Action Industries
ManufacturerChevrolet
Opened2016
Career
DebutCup Series:
2020 Daytona 500 (Daytona)
Xfinity Series:
2016 PowerShares QQQ 300 (Daytona)
Latest raceCup Series:
2022 Bass Pro Shops Night Race (Bristol)
Xfinity Series:
2022 Pennzoil 150 (Indianapolis)
Races competed245
Drivers' Championships0
Race victories17 (1 Cup win, 16 Xfinity wins)
Pole positions6

Kaulig Racing is an American professional stock car racing team that competes in the NASCAR Cup Series and NASCAR Xfinity Series. The team is owned by Matt Kaulig, an owner of team sponsor LeafFilter. Kaulig Racing fields two Cup Series Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE teams: the No. 16 that is split between Daniel Hemric, A. J. Allmendinger, and Noah Gragson, and the No. 31 full-time for Justin Haley. It also fields three full-time Xfinity Chevrolet Camaro SS teams: the No. 10 for Landon Cassill, the No. 11 for Daniel Hemric, and the No. 16 for A. J. Allmendinger. The team has a technical alliance with Richard Childress Racing,[1] and formerly operated out of the NTS Motorsports facility.[2]

Cup Series

Car No. 16 history

On January 10, 2020, Kaulig Racing announced they would make their NASCAR Cup Series debut at the Daytona 500, fielding the No. 16 for Justin Haley.[3] The Fraternal Order of Eagles would sponsor Haley's entry. On February 8, Kaulig announced the team was looking to do more races in 2020. The next day, Haley made the field by posting the fastest qualifying speed of all the non-charter teams (190.018 mph; 31st overall).[4] After failing to run more Cup races in 2020 in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the team announced plans during the offseason to run the superspeedways and road course races in 2021. On January 13, 2021, it was announced that Kaz Grala would attempt to qualify for the Daytona 500 in the No. 16 car for Kaulig.[5] Grala also attempted the GEICO 500 at Talladega, finishing a career best 6th place.[6] A. J. Allmendinger returned to Cup by racing at the Daytona RC, then Circuit of the Americas.

On April 28, 2021, Matt Kaulig announced on SiriusXM Radio that Kaulig Racing would race full-time in the NASCAR Cup Series in the 2022 season.[7] On June 18, the team announced that it purchased two charters from Spire Motorsports and will have Haley drive full-time in 2022.[8] On August 15, Allmendinger gave Kaulig Racing their first Cup Series win at the Indianapolis road course in only the team's seventh Cup Series start.[9] At the 2021 Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona, Grala suffered a foot injury from one of the race's accidents.[10]

On December 14, 2021, Kaulig Racing announced the 2022 lineup for the No. 16, with Daniel Hemric and Noah Gragson joining the previously announced A. J. Allmendinger.[11] Hemric is to run 8 races, Gragson will run 14, and Allmendinger will run 16 including the Clash and the All-Star Race.[12]

On May 3, 2022, crew chief Matt Swiderski was suspended for four races due to a tire and wheel loss at Dover.[13]

Car No. 16 results

Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 Owners Pts
2020 Justin Haley 16 Chevy DAY
13
LVS CAL PHO ATL HOM TEX BRI RCH TAL DOV MAR CLT KAN MCH SON CHI POC POC IND KEN NHA MCH GLN DOV DAY DAR RCH BRI LVS TAL CLT KAN TEX MAR PHO 42nd 24
2021 Kaz Grala DAY
28
TAL
6
KAN DAR DOV DAY
36
DAR RCH BRI LVS 37th 193
A. J. Allmendinger DAY
7
HOM LVS PHO ATL BRI MAR RCH COA
5
CLT SON NSH POC POC ROA
29
ATL NHA GLN IND
1
MCH CLT
38
TEX KAN MAR PHO
Justin Haley TAL
20
2022 Daniel Hemric DAY
12
CAL
9
LVS
22
TAL
36
DAR
31
DAY
26
DAR
23
TAL -* -*
A. J. Allmendinger PHO
20
COA
33
RCH
27
MAR
24
DOV
33
GTW
10
SON
19
NSH
19
ROA
9
NHA
16
IND
7
GLN
2
BRI
7
CLT
Noah Gragson ATL
37
BRI
27
KAN
18
CLT
24
ATL
34
POC
24
MCH
30
RCH
24
KAN
18
TEX LVS HOM MAR PHO

Car No. 31 history

Justin Haley in the No. 31 at Auto Club Speedway in 2022

On June 18, 2021, when Justin Haley was announced to drive full-time for Kaulig Racing in 2022, the team announcement stated that he would pilot the No. 16, which was the number Kaulig used for its Cup Series races in 2020 and 2021.[14] However, following the news that Kaulig's other chartered entry would use the No. 16, the team announced on December 15, 2021, that Haley would drive the No. 31 in 2022.[15] Haley finished 23rd at the 2022 Daytona 500, but following the race, crew chief Trent Owens was suspended for four races due to a tire and wheel loss during the race.[16] On May 17, Owens was once again suspended for four races due to a tire and wheel loss during the 2022 AdventHealth 400 at Kansas.[17]

Car No. 31 results

Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 Owners Pts
2022 Justin Haley 31 Chevy DAY
23
CAL
23
LVS
17
PHO
17
ATL
11
COA
15
RCH
29
MAR
31
BRI
14
TAL
12
DOV
11
DAR
3
KAN
35
CLT
27
GTW
14
SON
12
NSH
23
ROA
24
ATL
7
NHA
20
POC
21
IND
19
MCH
18
RCH
21
GLN
18
DAY
28
DAR
19
KAN
19
BRI
12
TEX TAL CLT LVS HOM MAR PHO -* -*

Xfinity Series

Car No. 10 history

Ross Chastain in the No. 10 at Pocono Raceway in 2020

On August 24, 2018, Kaulig Racing announced it will field a second entry for Austin Dillon at the September 8 Xfinity race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.[18]

On January 31, 2019, Kaulig Racing announced that Ross Chastain would drive the No. 10 car for three races from Daytona, Chicagoland, and Texas. Dillon returned to the team for the Las Vegas spring race,[19] while Elliott Sadler, who had retired from full-time racing after the 2018 season, drove the No. 10 at Richmond and the fall Vegas event.[20] A. J. Allmendinger joined the team on March 21 for a five-race schedule at Daytona, Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Road America, and the Charlotte Roval.[21][22] At the 2019 Circle K Firecracker 250 at Daytona, Allmendinger finished third, but was disqualified after a post-race vacuum inspection revealed a discrepancy in his car's engine.[23][24] Allmendinger was once again disqualified at the 2019 Zippo 200 at The Glen at Watkins Glen International on August 3, 2019, when his second-place finishing car was discovered to be too low on both rear corners during post-race inspection.[25] He held off Tyler Reddick to win at the Charlotte Roval, scoring Kaulig Racing's second win of the season. Days prior to the Kansas race, the No. 10's hauler lost control on a North Carolina highway and crashed, leaving the hauler's drivers injured and the race car damaged.[26]

The team would run full-time in 2020 with Alex Yontz as crew chief. On October 15, 2019, it was announced that the driver, competing full-time for the Xfinity Series championship, would be Ross Chastain.[27] It was also announced a month later that his replacement in 2021 would be Jeb Burton, moving over from JR Motorsports. Despite not winning a race and failing to qualify for the team at Daytona, Chastain finished a career-best 7th in the final standings in Kaulig's No. 10, including five runner-ups, and 27 top-tens (the most out of all drivers that season). Chastain would depart from the team and series after 2020 to replace Matt Kenseth in Chip Ganassi Racing's No. 42 Cup car in 2021.

On April 24, 2021, Burton recorded his first career victory at Talledega after taking the lead from his cousin Harrison Burton in lap 82 and staying in front with 23 laps left after a caution caused by a seven-car wreck before NASCAR called the race finished due to heavy rain. It was also the second career victory for Kaulig's No. 10. Despite this, Kaulig Racing confirmed on September 21st that Burton's primary sponsor Nutrien Ag Solutions would depart from the team after the season and leave NASCAR entirely amid executive changes at the company. On October 11th, Burton announced that he would not return to Kaulig Racing in 2022. He finished 11th in the final standings.

On December 9th, 2021, Kaulig Racing announced Landon Cassill as Burton's replacement in the No. 10, with Cassill moving over from JD Motorsports alongside sponsor Voyager Digital, which signed a two-year extension with Cassill after beginning to sponsor him in 2021.[28]

Car No. 10 results

Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 NXSC Pts
2018 Austin Dillon 10 Chevy DAY ATL LVS PHO CAL TEX BRI RCH TAL DOV CLT POC MCH IOW CHI DAY KEN NHA IOW GLN MOH BRI ROA DAR IND
8
LVS RCH CLT DOV KAN TEX PHO HOM 45th 30
2019 Ross Chastain DAY
13
ATL TAL
30
DOV CHI
8
KAN
10
TEX
2
PHO HOM 25th 412
Austin Dillon LVS
4
PHO CAL TEX BRI CLT
28
POC
10
MCH IOW IND
34
Elliott Sadler RCH
12
LVS
10
RCH
A. J. Allmendinger DAY
38
KEN NHA IOW GLN
37*
MOH
3
ROA
24
DAR CLT
1
DOV
Joe Graf Jr. BRI
DNQ
2020 Ross Chastain DAY
DNQ
LVS
10
CAL
8
PHO
9
DAR
8
CLT
4
BRI
28
ATL
7
HOM
9
HOM
3
TAL
2*
POC
2*
IND
6
KEN
3
KEN
4
TEX
9
KAN
5
ROA
7
DAY
36
DOV
3
DOV
2
DAY
6
DAR
2
RCH
5
RCH
3
BRI
2
LVS
16
TAL
6
CLT
5
KAN
12
TEX
16
MAR
5
PHO
7
7th 2270
2021 Jeb Burton DAY
4
DAY
5
HOM
4
LVS
10
PHO
6
ATL
25
MAR
11
TAL
1
DAR
20
DOV
11
COA
10
CLT
9
MOH
16
TEX
32
NSH
7
POC
8
ROA
14
ATL
2
NHA
11
GLN
8
IND
23
MCH
29
DAY
4
DAR
5
RCH
10
BRI
24
LVS
36
TAL
7
CLT
13
TEX
11
KAN
12
MAR
37
PHO
23
11th 2161
2022 Landon Cassill DAY
14
CAL
38
LVS
6
PHO
9
ATL
5
COA
31
RCH
15
MAR
2
TAL
5
DOV
12
DAR
6
TEX
10
CLT
29
PIR
15
NSH
18
ROA
32
ATL
8
NHA
37
POC
11
IND
11
MCH
10
GLN
16
DAY DAR KAN BRI TEX TAL CLT LVS HOM MAR PHO -* -*

Car No. 11 history

Blake Koch in the No. 11 at Richmond Raceway in 2017

In June 2015, Blake Koch announced he and longtime sponsor LeafFilter Gutter Protection would re-sign with TriStar Motorsports for the 2016 season.[29] However, in the 2015 offseason, LeafFilter owner Matt Kaulig decided to start his own team, Kaulig Racing. He brought along Koch, who he had sponsored the past two seasons, to pilot the No. 11 Chevy. Longtime NASCAR crew chief Chris Rice was hired as the team's general manager and crew chief. Kaulig Racing formed a technical alliance with Richard Childress Racing for the 2016 season.[2][29][30][1] The team also used the owner's points of TriStar's former No. 8 team.[29] In the team's debut, they finished 9th at Daytona after a strong showing, followed by a 20th-place finish at Atlanta the following week. For the team's third race Koch was running solidly in the top 15 before mechanical problems regulated him to a 26th-place finish six laps down. At Fontana, Koch finished 12th and on the lead lap, after running in the top 10 for much of the day. The team would later have several top-10 and top-15 runs, enough to get into the new Xfinity Chase, and also made to the 2nd round as well, but was unable to get to the final round, as he missed out by 7 points after finishing a strong 8th after running in or near the Top 5 all day. Blake finished 7th in the points, a Career best for Koch and Kaulig. On January 9, 2018, Kaulig Racing announced that they parted ways with Koch and had signed Camping World Truck Series driver Ryan Truex to drive the No. 11. Truex finished 7th in his team's debut.

After a mediocre 2018 season with only one top-five finish, the team announced on December 1, 2018, that Truex would be replaced by NASCAR Truck series title contender Justin Haley, who would compete for Sunoco Rookie of the Year honors in 2019. Haley would finish 12th in the points standings in 2019, but the next year scored 3 wins at both Talladega races and the summer Daytona race and wound up making the Final 4 round of the playoffs, finishing a team-best third in the points standings. Haley was in October 2020 confirmed to drive the car again in 2021. In his third year driving for Kaulig, Haley won the summer Daytona race and advanced to the Round of 8 in the playoffs, though a DNF in the cutoff race at Martinsville prevented Haley from reaching the Final 4. With Kaulig Racing expanding to the Cup Series full-time with a two car team and Haley as one of its drivers, on September 25th, 2021, Daniel Hemric (who would later win the series championship) was announced to pilot the No. 11 in 2022.[31]

Car No. 11 results

Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 NXSC Pts
2016 Blake Koch 11 Chevy DAY
9
ATL
20
LVS
26
PHO
16
CAL
12
TEX
34
BRI
37
RCH
8
TAL
24
DOV
12
CLT
14
POC
15
MCH
13
IOW
13
DAY
22
KEN
14
NHA
32
IND
15
IOW
13
GLN
35
MOH
12
BRI
8
ROA
18
DAR
19
RCH
15
CHI
15
KEN
11
DOV
14
CLT
12
KAN
9
TEX
14
PHO
8
HOM
20
16th 796
2017 DAY
15
ATL
40
LVS
12
PHO
13
CAL
12
TEX
16
BRI
9
RCH
11
TAL
31
CLT
19
DOV
32
POC
27
MCH
17
IOW
25
DAY
38
KEN
23
NHA
13
IND
17
IOW
8
GLN
22
MOH
11
BRI
14
ROA
7
DAR
11
RCH
11
CHI
9
KEN
17
DOV
19
CLT
25
KAN
23
TEX
13
PHO
6
HOM
16
15th 698
2018 Ryan Truex DAY
7
ATL
9
LVS
15
PHO
15
CAL
12
TEX
13
BRI
10
RCH
7
TAL
38
DOV
11
CLT
6
POC
10
MCH
10
IOW
14
CHI
15
DAY
13
KEN
13
NHA
13
IOW
8
GLN
18
MOH
5
BRI
22
ROA
25
DAR
15
IND
22
LVS
8
RCH
11
CLT
16
DOV
10
KAN
11
TEX
33
PHO
13
HOM
15
14th 868
2019 Justin Haley DAY
17
ATL
8
LVS
10
PHO
12
CAL
10
TEX
7
BRI
7
RCH
10
TAL
7
DOV
17
CLT
5
POC
9
MCH
10
IOW
13
CHI
7
DAY
2
KEN
10
NHA
13
IOW
8
GLN
14
MOH
9
BRI
34
ROA
6
DAR
11
IND
5
LVS
15
RCH
17
CLT
31
DOV
4
KAN
7
TEX
32
PHO
7
HOM
33
11th 2155
2020 DAY
6
LVS
12
CAL
5
PHO
5
DAR
10
CLT
29
BRI
17
ATL
3
HOM
13
HOM
6
TAL
1
POC
23
IND
2
KEN
7
KEN
3
TEX
8
KAN
6
ROA
11
DAY
38
DOV
8
DOV
12
DAY
1
DAR
13
RCH
2
RCH
6
BRI
16
LVS
10
TAL
1
CLT
35
KAN
4
TEX
7
MAR
12
PHO
8
3rd 4029
2021 DAY
29
DAY
9
HOM
6
LVS
8
PHO
26
ATL
8
MAR
8
TAL
8
DAR
14
COA
9
CLT
19
MOH
2
TEX
9
NSH
19
POC
38
ROA
10
ATL
4
NHA
6
GLN
9
IND
3
MCH
17
DAY
1
DAR
4
RCH
2
BRI
6
LVS
9
TAL
6
CLT
4
TEX
7
KAN
4
MAR
33
PHO
5
7th 2243
Zane Smith DOV
36
2022 Daniel Hemric DAY
28
CAL
12
LVS
3
PHO
8
ATL
35
COA
25
RCH
6
MAR
13
TAL
34
DOV
11
DAR
9
TEX
11
CLT
6
PIR
6
NSH
17
ROA
29
ATL
5
NHA
35
POC
9
IND
22
MCH
8
GLN
31
DAY DAR KAN BRI TEX TAL CLT LVS HOM MAR PHO -* -*

Car No. 14 history

On August 8, 2022, Kaulig Racing announced that Justin Haley would make his Xfinity Series return at Daytona in a newly established No. 14 car.[32]

Car No. 16 history

On June 27, 2019, Kaulig announced Ross Chastain would drive a third car, the No. 16, at the 2019 Circle K Firecracker 250 at Daytona.[33] After a grueling race at Daytona, Chastain led 49 laps, won stage one, and later went on to score Kaulig Racing's first win.[24] A. J. Allmendinger won at Atlanta for the team, giving Kaulig Racing their third career win and their second with Allmendinger.[34] Allmendinger would go on to win again that season at the Charlotte Roval for a second year in a row. On December 1, 2020, Kaulig announced Allmendinger would drive the No. 16 on a full-time basis for the 2021 Xfinity season.[35]

In his first full-time season with Kaulig, Allmendinger scored wins at Las Vegas, Mid-Ohio, Michigan, and Bristol and stayed consistent enough to clinch the Regular Season Championship.[36] During the playoffs, Allmendinger won at the Charlotte Roval for Kaulig a third consecutive time, and made the Championship 4, finishing 4th in the final standings.

Allmendinger started the 2022 season with a second-place finish at Daytona. He racked up wins at Citcuit of the Americas, Portland, and Indianapolis.[37]

Car No. 16 results

Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 NXSC Pts
2019 Ross Chastain 16 Chevy DAY ATL LVS PHO CAL TEX BRI RCH TAL DOV CLT POC MCH IOW CHI DAY
1*
KEN NHA IOW GLN MOH BRI ROA DAR IND LVS RCH CLT DOV KAN TEX PHO HOM 42nd 59
2020 A. J. Allmendinger DAY
DNQ
LVS CAL PHO DAR CLT BRI
10
ATL
1
HOM HOM
4
TAL
7
POC IND
4
KEN KEN TEX KAN ROA
2
DAY
4
DOV DOV DAY
15*
DAR RCH RCH BRI LVS TAL
24
CLT
1
KAN TEX MAR
26
PHO 33rd 366
2021 DAY
5
DAY
35
HOM
14
LVS
1
PHO
5
ATL
5
MAR
13
TAL
3
DAR
13
DOV
4
COA
2
CLT
33
MOH
1
TEX
6
NSH
5
POC
5
ROA
4
ATL
13
NHA
12
GLN
2
IND
2
MCH
1*
DAY
2*
DAR
20
RCH
18
BRI
1
LVS
7
TAL
39
CLT
1
TEX
6
KAN
3
MAR
7
PHO
14
4th 4023
2022 DAY
2
CAL
7
LVS
9
PHO
7
ATL
3*
COA
1*
RCH
4
MAR
3
TAL
3
DOV
6
DAR
8
TEX
9
CLT
19
PIR
1
NSH
16
ROA
6
ATL
10
NHA
20
POC
4
IND
1*
MCH
7
GLN
2
DAY DAR KAN BRI TEX TAL CLT LVS HOM MAR PHO -* -*

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