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Which NASCAR Drivers Would We Love to See in SRX in 2024?

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The 2024 Superstar Racing Experience is highly anticipated by fans, and, with tracks slowly being revealed, the question becomes which drivers will be in the series. Which drivers should fans watch out for to join SRX in 2024 either part-time or full-time?

Kevin Harvick

Kevin Harvick is now officially retired, and he is moving on to the Fox broadcast booth for 2024. Harvick said recently on the Dalr Jr Download that he has not closed the door on racing again. However, he clarified that he would never race in Cup, and he wants to focus on the Fox booth. Well, the SRX schedule conveniently runs from mid-July through late-August, after the Fox portion of the schedule.

Harvick could race without having to focus on commentating on a Fox broadcast that weekend. He also raced in SRX twice this season, so, he has shown interest in running those races. Could he make the jump from part-time to full-time in 2024?

Josh Berry

The SRX Series has built its brand on small-town short tracks. No one represents those tracks’ drivers, fans, and communities quite like Josh Berry. He is a former late model driver who earned his shot in the Cup Series through hard work and good results.

He has a solid following amongst the fans who pack the stands at SRX events. He will be a crowd favorite, and he will probably have success as well. Not to mention Tony Stewart is now his boss.

Ryan Blaney

Who better to join the SRX than the defending NASCAR Cup Series Champion? That would absolutely qualify Blaney as a “Superstar”, and he has raced in the series before. He raced with his father, Dave, in 2022 at Sharon Speedway. This may not be a full-time effort, but, Blaney could run maybe one or two races.

It would be an interesting story to watch the defending NASCAR Cup Series Champion race against current and former racing legends. Blaney’s teammate Joey Logano has gotten involved in the SRXas. a broadcaster, so, a connection is there.

Kyle Larson

Kyle Larson is arguably the most versatile race car driver in the world. With how many racing stars race in the SRX, allowing Larson to race against them in equal equipment. Larson would be especially fun to watch on dirt tracks.

Now, Larson has been inquired about running SRX before, but, it has not worked out yet. He mentioned how busy his schedule is outside of NASCAR, and that could be what keeps him from the SRX. Maybe it can work out on a lucky day for Larson to run one race.

I mean, it’s not on my radar at all right now. I’m so busy doing everything that I do outside of NASCAR that I really don’t have time for it. But, I’ll never say never. Right now, I haven’t really thought about it. They’ve asked me to run a handful. It never seems to work out.

Kyle Larson via Sportskeeda

Martin Truex Jr.

Martin Truex Jr. is a Cup Series Champion, and he has sponsorship from Bass Pro Shops. Bass Pro Shops is a partner with Tony Stewart and Stewart-Haas Racing as well. The sponsor is there, and, Truex Jr. is from the Northeast, originally from New Jersey.

Tracks like Stafford Speedway and Thunder Road Speedbowl are based in the Northeast. While not necessarily close to New Jersey, it is in an area where Truex Jr. may have a decent fanbase to watch him.

Which other drivers would you love to see compete in the SRX Series in 2024? Could all of the drivers on this list be competing at some point in the series in 2024?

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