It has been widely speculated Since Tyler Reddick announced that he was going full-time Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series racing for 2020, that Kyle Larson, who uses the same spotter that Reddick has in Xfinity, would be looking for a new spotter next season.
According to a new report from Catchfence.com, which spoke to the spotter in question — Derek Kneeland — Larson will indeed be on the hunt for a new spotter this offseason.
In the report, Kneeland tells Catchfence, that he will move to Richard Childress Racing with Reddick for the 2020 season.
Larson, with Kneeland in the spotter’s stand this year, collected a win, eight top-fives, 17 top-10s and they sit sixth in the championship standings heading into the final race of the year.
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