On Friday, Kaulig Racing officially announced the crew chiefs for their two full-time NASCAR Xfinity Series teams for the 2020 season.
For Ross Chastain and the No. 10 team, it will be Bruce Schlicker who will be atop the pit box. Schlicker has been a long-time team engineer in NASCAR and he has served the role for Richard Childress Racing and more recently, Stewart-Haas Racing.
“I’m excited for the opportunity at Kaulig Racing,” said Schlicker. “It’s a great team with great resources and even better drivers. We’ve got some great support from Nutrien Ag Solutions, who will be on the No. 10 car for the majority of the races in 2020. I’m looking forward to running a full season in the Xfinity Series with Ross Chastain, winning races and chasing after the championship.”
Justin Haley will have Alex Yountz back as his crew chief. Yountz transitioned as the interim crew chief last season after the passing of Nick Harrison.
“I’m excited to be back with Justin Haley this season full time,” said Yontz. “We have a few races under our belts together from the end of last season, and we built a really good relationship. I’m looking forward to winning races with him in 2020.”
Kaulig Racing has been an organization that has continued to grow and it’s a team that has gained strength each and every year. This will be their first season running two full-time teams.
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