There will be a very young, yet very talented driver lineup for the No. 21 Richard Childress Racing NASCAR Xfinity Series team in 2020. Friday, the organization announced that 21-year old Kaz Grala will once again join the team on partial schedule.
Grala will join Myatt Snider and Anthony Alfredo in the No. 21 as the team will contest the full NASCAR Xfinity Series schedule this season.
According to a team release, Grala will get his first action in the summer and he will compete in selected races. There was no indication as to an official number of how many races he will be behind the wheel.
The Massachusetts native ran five races for RCR a season ago with a best finish of fifth coming at Road America.
“I learned a lot as a driver working with RCR last year, so I feel confident that our existing chemistry as a team will lead to even better results in the NASCAR Xfinity Series this season,” said Grala. “RCR’s Xfinity Series program is top-notch, and with the No. 21 car running all year, I am excited to be a part of the team chasing yet another owner’s championship. I’m very grateful to Richard Childress for giving me this opportunity to further my career.”
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