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EVERY Full-Time Seat Still Open in the NASCAR Xfinity Series For 2024

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What’s Happening?

While the NASCAR Cup Series has almost all of its seats filled for 2024, there are plenty of openings throughout the Xfinity Series grid. It’s hard to keep up with them all, so, here is a comprehensive list of every Xfinity Series seat open for 2024.

  • For this list, we will focus on full-time Xfinity Series seats. Cars that race part-time such as the JR Motorsports 88 car will not be included on this list.
  • Plenty of seats remain open heading into 2024. Some seats have drivers rumored to head there, but other seats are a complete mystery.
  • Fans are always looking for the latest on Silly Season news. It is one of the things fans have the most fun speculating.

JD Motorsports #6

Dawson Cram will race full-time in the #4 car for JD Motorsports in 2024, but, the second car is still to be determined. In 2023, the second JD Motorsports car was an “All-Star Car” that featured drivers like Garrett Smithley, Kyle Weatherman, and Bayley Currey amongst others.

With Cram taking the full-time ride to the #4 in 2024, JD Motorsports may use the #6 as the “All-Star Car”. Ty Dillon has run with JD Motorsports before, so, maybe this is where he lands in 2024 in a part-time capacity.

SS Greenlight #07 & #08

SS Greenlight ran two full-time cars in 2024. Neither of them featured full-time drivers. Team owner Bobby Dotter has not had a full-time driver in the Xfinity Series since Joe Graf Jr. in 2020. Drivers such as Carson Hocevar, Daniel Suarez, Aric Almirola, Stefan Parsons, and Blaine Perkins drove for the team in 2023.

This could be two All-Star cars once again in 2024. That’s been their philosophy throughout the last few seasons.

Sam Hunt Racing #24 & #26

Kaz Grala is moving on for 2024 from Sam Hunt Racing, so that opens up one full-time seat. The other Sam Hunt Racing seat was an “All-Star Car” in 2023, but, Conner Mosack drove 21 races for the team.

Maybe Mosack could move to a full-time ride in 2024, and the second seat could continue to be an “All-Star Car”. Corey Heim drove in 4 races for the team in 2023, so, maybe he could race a few times in 2024.

Emerling Gase #35 & #53

Emerling-Gale drove two full-time cars in 2023. Patrick Emerling and Joey Gase both drove the most races for the team in 2023. They should each drive for the team once again in 2024.

No other driver drove more than 5 races for the team in 2023, so, who could drive this car is a mystery. Frankie Muniz could slot into this ride as a Ford driver, but, plenty of other veteran drivers could slot in.

MBM Motorsports #66

MBM MOtorsports tried to run full-time in 2023, but, numerous funding issues kept them from competing in every race. Timmy Hill led the team in starts with 5, but, he is racing full-time in the Truck Series in 2024.

The big question is, can this team run full-time in 2024? They have done so before, and, if they find the funding, they will.

CHK Racing #74

CHK Racing struggled massively in 2023. They failed to qualify for 15 races and they withdrew from two more. Dawson Cram ran the most races for the team, but, he moved on to JD Motorsports for 2024.

This ride may be a tough sell to drivers. It will likely be multiple drivers who can bring some sort of funding to the table.

B.J. McLeod Motorsports #78

B.J. McLeod Motorsports is an interesting team heading into 2024. Anthony Alfredo is gone, but, McLeod has an influx of cash from selling the charter for his Cup Series team, Live Fast Motorsports. They may have some resources to improve in 2024.

Could McLeod try to race some in this seat in 2024 with a few Cup Series races? Maybe he could, but, this could be a sneakily attractive seat to prospective free agents.

Which seats are the most intriguing in the Xfinity Series? This article will be updated as the off-season progresses.

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