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Where Could Noah Gragson Go In 2025?

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What’s Happening?

Stewart-Haas Racing is in a cloud of the unknown, and one driver in the eye of the storm is Noah Gragson. With no one knowing the future of SHR, where can Noah Gragson go in 2025 if SHR lets him go for one reason or another?

  • Noah Gragson is in his second season in the NASCAR Cup Series. After an awful first season that ended early due to suspension, Gragson has improved in 2024.
  • SHR is currently in limbo with rumors that they could sell charters or their entire operation. However, there are a few Ford teams that are available for Gragson to stay in the Cup Series.
  • Fans are hopeful that Gragson finds solid footing in the Cup Series. He is showing his talent, and fans would hate to see it wasted if a race team folds.

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Front Row Motorsports

Front Row Motorsports is the best Ford seat available right now in Silly Season. The newest Tier One team in the Ford stable, they have made the Playoffs two of the last three seasons with Michael McDowell. If Gragson is gone from SHR, this might be an ideal landing spot for him.

It would put Gragson in a Tier One team while maintaining that relationship with Ford. However, Front Row’s plans are still uncertain. Given how many big moves they could make, does Gragson fit into those plans?

The Wood Brothers

The Wood Brothers are reportedly “Unlikely” to retain Harrison Burton according to Bob Pockrass. This opens up the seat for any Ford driver that could be dropped from SHR. Gragson could be perfect for that seat, especially given the team’s alliance with Team Penske.

However, it is a step down from a Tier One team, and Gragson has a lot of competition for the ride. Freddie Kraft on “Door, Bumper, Clear” claims that Chase Briscoe is the rumored favorite for the ride. Gragson probably does not end up here if that’s the case.

Rick Ware Racing

Rick Ware Racing is slowly but surely getting better and better as the 2024 season rolls on. They just recorded their first top-10 on a non-superspeedway track with Justin Haley’s 9th-place finish at Darlington. The No. 15 car remains an All-Star Car, so, could Gragson slot into that seat full-time?

This would be an objective downgrade from SHR, however. RWR is not a Tier One team, and they still sit 33rd and 34th in Owner’s Points as of this writing. They still have a ways to go to be a race-win contending team.

Kaulig Racing

A wild card pick, but, one Gragson is familiar with. Kaulig Racing is struggling this year with its’ two cars 30th and 32nd in Owner’s Points, and their former part-time driver could be on the market. Gragson made 10 starts for the team in 2022 in the Cup Series.

However, a lot is going on at Kaulig right now. With the alliance with Trackhouse, Kaulig could be looking at bigger plans than just bringing in a new driver. However, with the No. 16 only an All-Star Car this season, Kaulig could slot a new driver in.

Where will Noah Gragson race in 2024? The future is uncertain for him and his current race team, SHR.

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