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ForeverLawn to Sponsor Jeffrey Earnhardt in Four Xfinity Races with Sam Hunt Racing

ForeverLawn will sponsor Jeffrey Earnhardt and Sam Hunt Racing in four Xfinity Series events in 2024, starting at Atlanta. Photo Credit: Jonathan McCoy,

As Jeffrey Earnhardt returns to Sam Hunt Racing for a partial schedule in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, long-time sponsor ForeverLawn is coming with him, sponsoring the No. 26 Toyota GR Supra in four events throughout the year, starting Saturday at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

ForeverLawn, improving spaces and communities through innovative synthetic grass solutions, is the premium choice for synthetic surfacing, with each product engineered to solve unique consumer needs and desires while maintaining superior standards and natural aesthetics.

In 2024, the company will enter its fifth season working alongside Jeffrey Earnhardt in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, after making its on-track debut at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in the Fall of 2020. Since then, ForeverLawn has been loyal to Earnhardt, jumping between organizations like JD Motorsports, Sam Hunt Racing, Emerling-Gase Motorsports, Richard Childress Racing, and Alpha Prime Racing

Following Saturday’s event at Atlanta Motor Speedway, ForeverLawn will next appear on the No. 26 Toyota GR Supra at Talladega Superspeedway in April, the site of a career-best second-place finish for Earnhardt while driving the No. 3 Chevrolet Camaro for Richard Childress Racing.


The ‘Black and Green Machine’ will return to the Xfinity Series on two more occasions throughout the season: Daytona International Speedway (August 24) and Bristol Motor Speedway (September 20).

In January, Earnhardt was confirmed to be competing in a multi-race schedule for Sam Hunt Racing in 2024, driving the No. 26 Toyota GR Supra. Whether the four ForeverLawn-sponsored events make up the entirety of the 34-year-old driver’s schedule with the organization is yet to be known.

Two seasons ago, Earhardt joined forces with Sam Hunt Racing for a nine-race stint in the second-tier series, scoring a season-high seventh-place finish at Nashville Superspeedway, as well as four top-15 results at Daytona, Atlanta, and Bristol.

The Mooresville, North Carolina native joins an Xfinity Series driver lineup for Sam Hunt Racing that is currently announced to include Sage Karam and Corey Heim, in addition to Earnhardt. Additional details regarding the entry’s drivers will be released later.

Friday’s announcement marks the second of its kind for Sam Hunt Racing this week, after announcing a three-race GEARWRENCH sponsorship on Thursday for Corey Heim in the No. 26 Toyota Supra at Las Vegas, Phoenix, and Richmond.

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