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The NASCAR Silly Season Questions We STILL Need Answers For

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NASCAR’s Silly Season puzzle is far from being solved with only about 2 months to go before the 2024 season. What are the latest updates on NASCAR Silly Season unanswered questions?

Who Will Drive The Front Row Motorsports 38 Truck?

This is a ride that has not seen much information come out about it since Zane Smith announced he was moving on to the Cup Series in 2024. Brett Moffitt may be the driver to watch with this ride given his win at Talladega in a second Front Row Motorsports Car. His future is uncertain at AM Racing, and Front Row Motorsports gives him Championship-caliber equipment.

Will Noah Gragson to the 10-car Actually Happen?

Noah Gragson continues to be the favorite to replace Aric Almirola in the 10 car at Stewart-Haas Racing. However, it is now December, and there has been no official announcement about him heading to the team for 2024. Sponsorship may be the issue here with Smithfield leaving the 10-team, and Gragson’s sponsorship situation uncertain following his exit from Legacy Motor Club.

Who Takes Kaulig Racing’s Second Cup Series Car?

With Matt Weaver’s recent report that Ty Dillon is no longer the favorite at Kaulig Racing, this car is back into the true unknown. Could it end up being an All-Star Car or are there some free agents who could take this seat?

Who Drives for Rackley WAR in 2024?

Rackley WAR burst into the Silly Season spotlight after letting Matt DiBenedetto go with three races remaining in the 2023 season. As far as the future of the ride, that remains uncertain, but, Rackley Roofing’s support of the team means funding may not be as big of an issue with this ride. This may open up opportunities for interesting drivers.

Where Will Toni Breidinger Go?

Toni Breidinger enjoyed her best ARCA Menards Series season yet in 2023. With 2024 around the corner, opportunities higher up the racing food chain may open up to her. However, with Jesse Love leaving, potentially becoming the next top driver at Venturini Motorsports is an interesting possibility.

Where Will Matt DiBenedetto Go?

Matt DiBenedetto’s future plans continue to be uncertain heading into 2024. According to a recent update on social media, DiBenedetto is currently working on putting sponsorship together. Until that happens, there will not be much to announce for 2024. Can he garner enough sponsorship to put together a full-time ride in NASCAR?

Where will Kaz Grala Go?

Kaz Grala moves on from Sam Hunt Racing in 2024. There are plenty of rides available for him across the Xfinity and Truck Series in 2024, but part-time may be in the cards for 2024. This late in the game, it will be interesting to see if he can get a full-time ride.

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