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UPDATE: Where Could Kyle Weatherman Go in 2024?

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Kyle Weatherman piqued the curiosity of NASCAR social media by tweeting, “2024” followed by a pen emoji. This has become the way that many NASCAR drivers tease their plans for the coming season, so, if that is the case, where will he go? Here are some potential places for Kyle Weatherman in 2024.

DGM Racing (Xfinity)

Weatherman recorded some solid finishes down the stretch while racing for Mario Gosselin and DGM Racing. He had two 12th-place qualifying runs towards the end of the season, and he finished 17th or better in three of his four races for DGM to finish the season. They have the capacity for a full-time driver as evidenced by Josh Williams, so, Weatherman could also potentially jump to this team as well.

UPDATE: Weatherman Signed with DGM Racing for the 2024 season. He will drive the 91 car full-time, which will be his first full-time season in the Xfinity Series.

JD Motorsports (Xfinity)

This season, Weatherman drove 10 races for JD Motorsports in the 4-car, and he recorded two top-15 road course finishes with a 14th at Chicago and 13th at Watkins Glen. He also only recorded only one DNF for the team during his 10 starts, which matters a lot for a team like JD Motorsports. With Brennan Poole gone, JD Motorsports is likely looking for a number-one driver, and Weatherman has earned an opportunity to do so.

Our Motorsports (Xfinity)

Kyle Weatherman’s best oval finish of the season came for Our Motorsports at Dover with a 14th-place finish. He also led four laps in that race, which were the only laps he led all season long. However, towards the end of the season, Our Motorsports seemed to focus more on Blaine Perkins as the season went on, however, as Weatherman raced primarily for JD Motorsports and DGM Racing. This may be a long shot, but the connection is there.

SS Greenlight Racing (Xfinity)

Another Xfinity Series team that has not had a full-time driver since 2020 is Bobby Dotter for SS Greenlight Racing. If they are willing to bring in a full-time driver, Weatherman could be a candidate. However, there is not much of a connection there as Weatherman did not drive for the team in 2023. However, it could be an interesting opportunity for Weatherman should it open up. This team did win a race with Cole Custer in 2022.

Rackley W.A.R. (Trucks)

This is a longshot as Weatherman has only one Truck Series start, which came back in 2015. However, this is a Playoff caliber Truck that won a race with Matt DiBenedetto in 2022. It would be a step down to Trucks, but, it could be an opportunity for Weatherman to compete for wins and potentially Championships.

Where has Kyle Weatherman signed for 2024? Will he break through and finally get a full-time opportunity?

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