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Where Will Carson Kvapil Go in 2025?

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What’s Happening?

Carson Kvapil is one of the most interesting prospects in the Xfinity Series this season. The CARS Tour Champion is impressing in limited opportunities, so it’s time to start thinking about what he may do.

  • Carson Kvapil competes part-time in the JR Motorsports No. 88 car in the Xfinity Series and in the No. 28 car for Pinnacle Racing Group in the ARCA Menards Series. He’s recorded top-five finishes in five of the six starts across both series.
  • Kavpil is the son of 2003 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Champion Travis Kvapil. Carson made a name for himself in the CARS Tour, winning the Super Late Model Tour Championship and Late Model Stock Tour Championship in 2022 and 2023.
  • Fans would love to see Kvapil compete full-time in NASCAR. However, the right opportunity needs to come along.

JR Motorsports (Xfinity)

Carson Kvapil got his first opportunity in the Xfinity Series with JRM, so why not continue? He’s performed well and has a solid connection with Dale Earnhardt Jr. as a JRM late-model driver. Why would Kvapil not join this team full-time in 2025?

First, where would he go? It’s uncertain if any drives will leave the team after 2024. Second is funding, and Kvapil’s funding and sponsorship situation is uncertain.

Spire Motorsports (Trucks)

If Kvapil moved up to the Truck Series, he could do so with Spire Motorsports. The connection is already there, as Kvapil started his first National Touring Series at Bristol with the team in 2023. However, like JRM, does he bring the funding?

Spire does have a connection with Gainbrdge, but they sponsor Nick Sanchez. If Kvapil doesn’t bring the funding, he may struggle to nab a ride here.

Pinnacle Racing Group (ARCA)

Pinnacle Racing Group has filled their seats with multiple Chevy prospects this season, including fielding a second car for Kvapil twice. Kvapil has finished in the top-five in both starts.

Could we see Kvapil compete full-time in ARCA next season? It’s certainly possible, but how much of a jump up from the CARS Tour is it? It might not be the best opportunity for Kvapil.

Kaulig Racing (Xfinity)

Kaulig Racing has struggled with Josh Williams in the No. 11 car this season. Could they bring in a young driver to compete in that car for 2025? Kvapil is definitely a top prospect, and he would be en exciting hire.

Again, Kvapil’s funding situation is uncertain, making this tough to predict. Kaulig’s relationship with Trackhosue also needs to be considered, and Trackhouse might need a seat for Connor Zilisch in 2025.

McAnally-Hilgemann Racing (Trucks)

McAnally-Hilgemann Racing is another Truck Series Chevy team. Christian Eckes is the current series points leader, and McAnally’s funding from Napa helps fund Eckes. Could Kvapil come to the team without having to bring much money?

It’s certainly possible, and this could be a great spot for Kvapil to land. However, like JRM, it all depends on whether or not a seat opens up for him. Maybe the No. 91 “All-Star Truck” could be a landing spot.

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