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Where Will the GMS Drivers Go in 2024?

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GMS Racing is closing its’ doors at the end of the season, and that means that Grant Enfinger, Rajah Caruth, and Daniel Dye are all currently out of a ride for the 2024 season. What options do these three drivers have for 2024?

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Grant Enfinger

Grant Enfinger has been through difficult team situations before, but man is he resilient. Given his talent and overall results in the Truck Series, it is hard to believe he will not land on his feet somewhere. There is one team that could be searching for a driver at season’s end.

Niece Motorsports

Carson Hocevar seems to have bigger plans for the future even if the “where” is still a question mark. That leaves a race-winning caliber race car available, and the top free agent is currently Grant Enfinger. It seems like a match made in heaven on paper if sponsorship can be worked out.

Legacy Motor Club

The long shot of all long shots, Legacy Motor Club just so happens to be searching for a driver in 2024, and a driver in the ecosystem is a free agent. It would be a long shot, and a lot would have to fall into place for it to work, but he drove the car to a fairly respectable 26th-place finish at a tough Sonoma track. Sure, it is a long shot, but why not?

Rajah Caruth

Rajah Caruth was already a free agent candidate in 2024 before this all went down. He has shown flashes at times this season, including leading his first lap at Nashville before a mechanical failure did his day in. He has a couple of teams that could be interesting candidates to sign him in 2024.

Alpha Prime

Rajah Caruth has competed in 12 Xfinity Series races for Alpha Prime over the last two seasons, and he has been solid. He only has one DNF because of an accident, with the other two being mechanical failures, and he has three top-20 finishes. He does exactly what a team like Alpha Prime needs, runs well, and does not wreck equipment.

Rev Racing

Rev Racing was who Caruth drove for in the ARCA Series, and, if Chevy wants Caruth to stay, Rev Racing could be an option with a second truck. Nick Sanchez has run well with Rev Racing this season by making the Playoffs. Adding a second Truck could happen, especially if Rev takes some of the assets from GMS Racing.

Daniel Dye

Daniel Dye announced on social media yesterday that he has signed with someone for 2024, so he will be racing in the Craftsman Truck Series next season. The question is who will he be racing with? It may be a bit harder to figure out for Dye as he has pretty much exclusively run for Maury Gallagher and GMS throughout his career.

Young’s Motorsports

Young’s Motorsports has fielded three cars at times this season, but only one has been one driver full-time with Spencer Boyd in the 02. If they want to field another full-time car, Dye may be the guy to look to. Dye definitely has sponsorship following him given the fact that he signed a contract already.

Niece Motorsports

Not only is Carson Hocevar leaving, but Niece also has that third 41 car that features multiple drivers. If they want to make that car with just one driver, then Dye could be an option. Again, Dye probably brings some sponsorship, and that would sweeten the deal.

There are a lot of places where each of these drivers could go, and it will be interesting to see where they go. Where will they end up in 2024?

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