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What Are Jordan Anderson Racing’s Plans for 2024?

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Jordan Anderson Racing is one of the feel-good stories in the NASCAR Xfinity Series Garage. The team got their first win this year and their first Playoff appearance with Jeb Burton behind the wheel of the 27 car. However, the team has yet to announce their plans for 2024, and they could be an open Chevy seat for 2024. Let’s take a look at whether or not Anderson could re-sign their current crop of drivers, or could they find some new options for 2024.

Parker Retzlaff

While teammate Jeb Burton is in the Playoffs with a win, Parker Retzlaff has been just as good this season. He has more top-10s than Burton, just as many top-5s, and almost as many laps led. Retzlaff also has solid funding from FunkAway that has supported him for almost the full 2023 season.

However, with solid funding and solid performance comes opportunities elsewhere. Rertzlaff may have more opportunities come his way in 2024, and the question for him could become whether or not Jordan Anderson Racing could be the team for him. Time will tell it seems.

Jeb Burton

Jeb Burton has taken Jordan Anderson Racing to heights never before seen with his win at Talladega in the spring. He has had a few different sponsors on the side of his car throughout the season including Alsco and PurYear Tank Lines amongst others. However, it shows that funding has not been as simple for Burton.

If he finds enough funding, then Burton should be a no-brainer to come back in 2024. However, that could be what holds him back. His performance has definitely earned him a look for 2024 at the very least.

Rajah Caruth

Rajah Caruth is looking for a ride in 2024 with GMS Racing shutting down at the end of the season. What may be a good opportunity is one with an up-and-coming race team. Caruth knows that JAR has solid equipment, and it could be a great opportunity for him to move upwards.

The issue, as always, is whether or not Caruth has enough funding. Caruth has gotten a significant amount of sponsorship from the Wendell Scott Foundation during this season in the Truck Series. If they stay on, that could be exactly what he needs as long as the seat at JAR actually opens up.

Brett Moffitt

Brett Moffitt’s future is still in doubt, and we will get some clarity on it on Thursday when AM Racing makes its announcement. If Moffitt does move on, Jordan Anderson Racing may be one of the best seats available for Moffitt in the Xfinity Series.

Moffitt brings a resume to JAR including Cup Series experience and a Truck Series Championship. The issue is whether or not Moffitt wants to move to JAR. It’s possible that Moffitt could have plenty of other offers on the table including possibly the best Truck Series ride available in Front Row Motorsports if his win on Saturday impressed the team enough.

Christian Eckes

There’s an old saying in the world to “Strike while the iron is hot”, and Christian Eckes has that opportunity. He has won three races in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series this season, which is part of his best season ever in the series.

The question with Eckes is sponsorship. He has received a lot of funding from NAPA, which has been loyal to Bill McAllany throughout his time in the Truck Series. Can Eckes scrounge up the funding to work his way up the ranks?

Jordan Anderson Racing is one of the most interesting Xfinity Series teams heading into the NASCAR Silly Season. Who will they tap to drive their cars in 2024?

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