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Where Will Toni Breidinger Race in 2024?

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Toin Breidinger is a somewhat controversial figure in the motorsports industry, but one thing is for sure, she can drive a race car. She has proven that this season with her impressive run with Venturini Motorsports in the ARCA Menards Series. With Toyota backing her, she definitely has a future in racing, but where could she go in 2024? The most logical place for her to go would be TRICON Garage.

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This would make the absolute most sense for both Breidinger and Toyota. First off, she has already run races with the team in the Craftsman Truck Series this year with finishes of 15th at Kansas, 24th at Gateway, and 17th at Nashville. She has not been spectacular, but, she has run well enough in those races while bringing the car home in one piece.

She has also only gotten better in her time in ARCA as well. Keep in mind that she is 23 years old, and she has parts of four years of experience in ARCA. This year, she got herself a career-best third-place finish at Kansas Speedway. The question becomes which driver she could replace?

Who Could Breidinger Replace at TRICON Garage in 2024?

The most obvious answer could be Corey Heim as he is currently the Craftsman Truck Series points leader. He would likely want to move up into the Xfinity Series sometime soon, and a prominent ride has opened up at Joe Gibbs Racing with the 19 Truck. However, recent reports have suggested that Heim could do one more year of Trucks.

Although, with two seats open, maybe Gibbs is forced to go with someone like Heim. That could mean Breidinger could easily slot into the 11 Truck in 2024 with William Sawalich still not old enough to run on superspeedways yet.

Aside from Heim, it is not out of the question for Breidinger to take over the reins of pretty much any other full-time seat at TRICON garage aside from Taylor Gray. Heim was the only Truck to make the Playoffs this season, so if TRICON and Toyota want better performance, they may want Breidinger to take over the seat of either Tanner Gray or Dean Thompson just to see what she had. However, Breidinger has some heavy competition for that seat in 2024.

Who is She Competing With for a Full-Time Seat?

The biggest competition she likely has for a full-time seat is Jesse Love, the current ARCA Menards Series points leader. He has won nine of the 18 races in the series so far, and he probably does not want to stay in ARCA too much longer. Keep in mind, that he is doing this while driving for the same team that Breidinger is.

Love also got a top-10 in his first career Truck Series start at Gateway this season. Therefore, Love may be Toyota’s number 1 priority to get a top ride in 2024. Then again, Bredinger has been solid enough to warrant consideration.

She also brings significant sponsorship and a large following with her. All of that combined makes for a very interesting prospect, and she has a good chance to move up. However, is 2024 the time she will make the move up?

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