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Every NASCAR Xfinity Series Team’s Current Manufacturer

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Manufacturers are vital to a NASCAR team’s success at all levels. The NASCAR Xfinity Series is an important place for manufacturers to groom young talent for the big time. Here is every Xfinity Series team broken down by manufacturer.

  • We will look at every full-time NASCAR Xfinity Series team for this list. Any team that competes part-time is ineligible.
  • Sometimes teams will race with multiple manufacturers, but, that’s uncommon for full-time teams. The vast majority of teams race with one manufacturer.
  • Fans always look at manufacturer alliances. They allow fans to speculate and connect the dots for where drivers could go in the future.


Alpha Prime Racing

Former driver Tommy Joe Martins owns Alpha Prime Racing. The team fields two full-time drivers, Ryan Ellis (No. 43) and Brennan Poole (No. 44) with a 3rd All-Star Car (No. 45)

Big Machine Racing

Big Machine Racing is a single-car team owned by Scott Borchetta. They field the No. 48 car for Parker Kligerman, and the pairing qualified for the Playoffs in 2022.

DGM Racing

Another former driver, Mario Gosselin, fields the No. 91 and 92 cars for DGM Racing. Kyle Weatherman pilots the No. 91 with the No. 92 remaining an All-Star Car.

JD Motorsports

Johnny Davis is one of the longest-tenured owners in the Xfinity Series, with his first year coming in 1983. He fields two cars, the No. 4 and the No. 6 with multiple drivers. However, Dawson Cram and Garrett Smithley are considered anchor drivers for the program.

Jeremy Clements Racing

Jeremy Clements is the only full-time owner/driver in the Xfinity Series. He drives the No. 51 car and has 2 career Xfinity Series victories.

JR Motorsports

Dale Earnhardt Jr. is at the helm of JR Motorsports alongside his sister Kelly Earnhardt Miller and legendary car owner, Rick Hendrick. The team fields four cars for Sam Mayer (No. 1), Justin Allgaier (No. 7), Sammy Smith (No. 8), and Brandon Jones (No. 9) with a 5th All-Star Car that competes part-time (No. 88).

Jordan Anderson Racing

Jordan Anderson Racing is a three-car team with Jeb Burton (No. 27) and Parker Retzlaff (No. 31) racing full-time and the No. 32 as an All-Star car. Team namesake, Jordan Anderson, often finds himself in the No. 32.

Kaulig Racing

Matt Kaulig owns the 3-car Kaulig Racing stable. Josh Williams (No. 11), A.J. Allmendinger (No. 16), and Shane Van Gisbergen race full-time with an All-Star car (No. 10) competing part-time. Kaulig is one of 4 Cup Series teams to have an Xfinity program.

Our Motorsports

Chris Our fields the No. 5 car for Our Motorsports. Anthony Alfredo serves as the team’s full-time driver.

Richard Childress Racing

Richard Childress is the second Cup Series team owner with an Xfinity Series program. Jesse Love (No. 2) and Austin Hill (No. 21) race for the team, and this is one of the few teams to not field an All-Star car.

SS Greenlight

Longtime team owner Bobby Dotter owns SS Greenlight which fields two full-time cars, the No. 07 and No. 14. Both are All-Star cars with Patrick Emerling serving as the team’s anchor driver. They have one career win as a team with Cole Custer at Auto Club Speedway in 2022.

Young’s Motorsports

Young’s Motorsports is new to the Xfinity Series this year with Leland Honeyman Jr. driving the No. 42 car. Randy Young owns the team, and he has two career Truck Series wins as an owner.


Stewart-Haas Racing

Stewart-Haas Racing is the third organization to have both a Cup and Xfinity Series team. Former Cup Series winner and defending Xfinity Series Champion, Cole Custer (No. 00), drives for the team alongside series veteran Riley Herbst (No. 98).

RSS Racing

The Sieg family owns RSS Racing, which fields two full-time cars. Kyle Sieg (No. 29) drives alongside his brother Ryan Sieg (No. 38). The team’s only win came in 2023 at Sonoma with Aric Almirola.


Joe Gibbs Racing

The flagship Toyota program for NASCAR Joe Gibbs Racing joins JRM as the only other Xfinity Series team with four cars. Sheldon Creed (No. 18) and Chandler Smith (No. 81) are the full-time drivers with the No. 19 and No. 20 entries being All-Star cars.

Sam Hunt Racing

Sam Hunt Racing is the second Toyota entry. The No. 26 competes full-time as an All-Star car with the No. 24 popping up for part-time efforts.


Joey Gase Motorsports

Joey Gase Motorsports is the only full-time team without a manufacturer. They have run under all three manufacturer banners this season with the No. 35 car full-time and the No. 53 part-time.

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