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Noah Gragson Joins 2025 Front Row Motorsports Driver Lineup in Multi-Year Deal

Noah Gragson Front Row Motorsports 2025 NASCAR Cup Series multiyear contract

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Front Row Motorsports (FRM) has officially locked in the second piece of its 2025 NASCAR Cup Series driver lineup, confirming Wednesday that Noah Gragson will join the organization on a multi-year agreement. The driver and team made the official announcement on Wednesday at NASCAR Studios.

Gragson climbed through NASCAR’s National Series ranks with great success, collecting two NASCAR Truck Series wins with Kyle Busch Motorsports and 13 NASCAR Xfinity Series wins with JR Motorsports. The Las Vegas native was a Championship 4 contender in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series in 2018, and twice in the NASCAR Xfinity Series (2021 and 2022).

The 25-year-old is midway through his second full-time NASCAR Cup Series campaign, driving the No. 10 Ford Mustang for Stewart-Haas Racing. In 59 starts in NASCAR’s premier series, Gragson has recorded two top-five and seven top-10 finishes, most of which have come this season.

Next season, Gragson will embark on a new path in his NASCAR career, piloting a Ford Mustang Dark Horse for Front Row Motorsports. Further announcements will be made before next season that will solidify sponsorship, personnel, and car number for Gragson.

“We feel that this is a great opportunity and the perfect time to bring Noah to our organization,” said Bob Jenkins, owner of Front Row Motorsports. “He has just the right amount of experience in the NASCAR Cup Series to break out and become a winner for years to come. This season, Noah has started to get the finishes, and race consistently up front, which was expected from him.”

“Joining our team, staying with Ford Performance, and welcoming him to our partners, we are only going to accelerate his opportunity to win race and compete in the playoffs. This is the driver that we want to help us get more wins.”

With the announcement Wednesday, Gragson is the third of four NASCAR Cup Series drivers for Stewart-Haas Racing to confirm their plans for next season, joining Chase Briscoe (Joe Gibbs Racing) and Josh Berry (Wood Brothers).

“I think a lot of people have seen the growth of Front Row Motorsports over the past several seasons in the NASCAR Cup Series,” said Gragson. “This team, with Ford Performance, has shown it is capable of winning and wants to win more. Meeting Bob (Jenkins) and Jerry (Freeze), there is a determination and plan to continue to grow and compete against the absolute best. There is a strong commitment on their part, and I am ready to give it my best next season. Until that time, I want to say that I’m focusing on the task at hand with Stewart-Haas Racing to finish the season with intentions of racing for wins with them.”

Gragson will join Front Row Motorsports veteran Todd Gilliland as the two drivers currently announced to compete for the organization in the NASCAR Cup Series next season. The team announced a multiyear contract extension with Gilliland on June 5.

In May, Front Row Motorsports confirmed the acquisition of a charter and intentions to field a third full-time entry in the NASCAR Cup Series next season. A driver for said entry will be announced at a later date.

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