On Friday, Kaulig Racing confirmed the identities of the three spotters that will be partnered up with the organization’s full-time entries in the NASCAR Cup Series and NASCAR Xfinity Series for 2024.
Joe White, Coleman Pressley, and Frank Deiny, Jr. will make up the three-man roster of spotters for Kaulig Racing in 2024, as they cover a combined five full-time entries in two of NASCAR’s National Series.
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Pressley, who serves as the spotter for Joey Logano and Team Penske in the NASCAR Cup Series, will partner with AJ Allmendinger in the NASCAR Xfinity Series as the full-time spotter of the No. 16 Chevrolet Camaro.
After spending a number of seasons apart, Pressley and Allmendinger will reunite as a driver-spotter combination, after the pair worked together in the NASCAR Cup Series at JTG Daugherty Racing from 2015 to 2018.
Frank Deiny, Jr. returns to Kaulig Racing for another season as a multi-series spotter for the organization, working with Daniel Hemric (No. 31) in the NASCAR Cup Series and Shane van Gisbergen (No. 97) in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.
Last season, Deiny was working alongside AJ Allmendinger in the NASCAR Cup Series when the Los Gatos, California-native scored his third victory at Charlotte Motor Speedway’s ROVAL, driving the No. 16 Chevrolet Camaro.
Deiny was also a crucial part of multiple NASCAR Xfinity Series victories last season, working alongside drivers like Kyle Larson, Kyle Busch, and AJ Allmendinger, as they piloted the No. 10 Chevrolet Camaro for Kaulig Racing.
Finally, Joe White returns to spotting at the NASCAR National Series level in 2024, working with Kaulig Racing in both the NASCAR Cup and Xfinity Series. White will be partnered with Josh Williams (NXS) and the rotisserie Cup Series lineup in the No. 16 Camaro.
In 2022, White served as a part-time spotter for Bassett Racing in the NASCAR Xfinity Series and Bret Holmes Racing in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series. One season prior, the long-time spotter had worked with Chase Briscoe and Stewart-Haas Racing in the NASCAR Cup Series.