Kaulig Racing had a big 2019 Xfinty Series season with getting their first race team win with Ross Chastain at Daytona in July driving the #16, a 3rd entry for the team. (In 2019 Kaulig Racing fielded the #11 Full-Time and the #10 and #16 Part-Time.)
Kaulig Racing went back to victory lane at the Charlotte Roval with AJ Allmendinger behind the wheel of the #10.
#10 Xfinty 2019 Team:
The #10 entry was driven by a range of drivers in 2019.
➖AJ Allmendinger at Daytona (July), Watkins Glen, Mid-Ohio, Road America and the Charlotte Roval.
➖Ross Chastain at Daytona (Feb), Talladega, Chicago, Kansas and Texas (Nov).
➖Elliott Sadler returned to NASCAR at Richmond (April) and Las Vegas (September).
➖Austin Dillon at Las Vegas (March), Charlotte (May), Pocono and Indianapolis.
#11 Xfinty 2019 Team:
Justin Haley joined Kaulig Racing before the 2019 Xfinty Season replacing Ryan Truex who drove the #11 in 2018. Haley and the #11 team made the 2019 playoffs before getting eliminated.
#16 Xfinty 2019 Team:
Kaulig Racing fielded the #16 one time in 2019 at Daytona in July for Ross Chastain with sponsorship from Ellsworth Advisors where Ross took Kaulig Racing to Victory Lane for the teams first victory.
In 2020 Kaulig Racing will field 2 Full-Time teams and 1 Part-Time entry.
➖Ross Chastain will join Kaulig Racing Full-Time In 2020 driving the #10 with sponsorship from Nutrien Ag Solutions as the primary sponsor. More sponsorship to be announced.
➖Justin Haley will be back behind the wheel of the #11 in 2020 with sponsorship from LeafFilter.
➖In a interview on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio, Kaulig Racing President Chris Rice said they will field the #16 part-time up to 8 races or so as a “All Star” type car. AJ Allmendinger is slated to be in the #16 for road courses.