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Kaulig Racing Announces Full Schedule for No. 16 Cup Entry

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On Monday, Kaulig Racing revealed the full schedule for its No. 16 Chevrolet Camaro in the NASCAR Cup Series, which will be split by AJ Allmendinger, Noah Gragson, and Daniel Hemric.

Daniel Hemric – who was announced last week as the pilot of the No. 16 in the 2022 Daytona 500 — will take on the four points-paying superspeedway races, as well as Auto Club, Las Vegas, and both races at Darlington.

As expected, AJ Allmendinger will pilot the No. 16 Chevrolet Camaro in the six road course events in 2022, while also competing in points-paying events at Phoenix, Richmond, Martinsville, Dover, Gateway, Nashville, New Hampshire, and Bristol. The NASCAR Cup Series veteran will also pilot the No. 16 in the series’ two exhibition races.

Finally, Noah Gragson will take the responsibility of competing in the remaining 14 events on the 2022 calendar, with his schedule consisting mostly of 1.5-mile tracks. The roster’s youngest driver will debut at Atlanta, before running at Bristol (Dirt), Kansas, Charlotte, Atlanta, Pocono, Michigan, Richmond, Kansas, Texas, Las Vegas, Homestead, Martinsville, and Phoenix.

As previously announced, Matt Swiderski will serve as the crew chief of the No. 16.


Full Schedule for No. 16 Kaulig Racing Chevrolet Camaro:

AJ Allmendinger:

  • February 6 – Busch Light Clash
  • March 13 – Phoenix
  • March 27 – COTA
  • April 3 – Richmond
  • April 9 – Martinsville
  • May 1 – Dover
  • May 22 – Texas (All-Star)
  • June 5 – WWT Raceway
  • June 12 – Sonoma
  • June 26 – Nashville
  • July 3 – Road America
  • July 17 – New Hampshire
  • July 31 – Indy RC
  • August 21 – Watkins Glen
  • September 17 – Bristol
  • October 9 – Charlotte “ROVAL”

Noah Gragson:

  • March 20 – Atlanta
  • April 17 – Bristol (Dirt)
  • May 15 – Kansas
  • May 29 – Charlotte
  • July 10 – Atlanta
  • July 24 – Pocono
  • August 7 – Michigan
  • August 14 – Richmond
  • September 11 – Kansas
  • September 25 – Texas
  • October 16 – Las Vegas
  • October 23 – Homestead
  • October 30 – Martinsville
  • November 6 – Phoenix

Daniel Hemric:

  • February 20 – Daytona 500
  • February 27 – Auto Club
  • March 6 – Las Vegas
  • April 24 – Talladega
  • May 8 – Darlington
  • August 27 – Daytona
  • September 4 – Darlington
  • October 2 – Talladega
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