After competing full-time for the NASCAR Xfinity Series operation in 2021, Kyle Weatherman will not return to Mike Harmon Racing in 2022, the team announced in a statement on Friday.
“Today, January 7, 2022, Mike Harmon Racing and driver Kyle Weatherman have parted ways as a driver of the Xfinity 47, Mike Harmon Racing Chevrolet Camaro,” the organization said in a statement. “While we thank Kyle for his time in the 47 car, we want to wish Kyle all the best in his future endeavors. The MHR crew is working at the shop to prepare our cars to compete in the season opener Beef. it’s What’s for Dinner. 300 on Saturday, February 19th, 2022 at Daytona International Speedway. We look forward to the continued support of our fans, great partners in 2022.”
Additional announcements regarding Mike Harmon Racing’s lineup for the 2022 NASCAR Xfinity Series season, will be forthcoming.
MHR’s Official Statement:
— Mike Harmon Racing (@mhrracing) January 7, 2022
Following the statement from Mike Harmon Racing, Kyle Weatherman released a video to Twitter thanking MHR for the time he spent with the team.
Thankful for everything @mhrracing has done for me in years past! I’m excited for the 2022 season with more news to come 🙏🏻 #StayTuned pic.twitter.com/LwVzbV9YcI
— Kyle Weatherman (@KyleWeatherman) January 7, 2022