Noah Gragson joins Stewart-Haas Racing: There are high expectations here

“I’m grateful for this opportunity with Stewart-Haas Racing"- Noah Gragson said.

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Noah Gragson joins Stewart-Haas Racing: There are high expectations here
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On Wednesday, Stewart-Haas Racing revealed that Noah Gragson will take on full-time driving duties in the NASCAR Cup Series for the No. 10 Ford in 2024. Aric Almirola, who left a big mark on this team, confirmed a long time ago that he will not be part of Stewart Has Racing in the 2024 season. Stewart-Haas Racing co-owner Tony Stewart is happy to have such a driver on his team. Gragson has shown many times so far that he is a driver who is ready to do great things. Stewart-Haas Racing executives knew this was an opportunity they had to seize.


“Noah deserves to be in the NASCAR Cup Series and we’re very happy to have him as the driver of our No. 10 Ford Mustang. Noah has performed at every level where he’s competed and has regularly been in championship contention. That’s the kind of driver we need at Stewart-Haas and that’s why Noah is a part of our team.”- Stewart-Haas Racing co-owner Tony Stewart said, as quoted by on3.com!

Noah Gragson: There are high expectations here

Gragson is genuinely excited about this new chapter in his career. He's itching for the new season to begin. Knowing the team well, he sees this as a fantastic opportunity for both himself and the crew to work towards their goals together. He's never felt more fired up in his career.

“I’m grateful for this opportunity with Stewart-Haas Racing and while most people in the industry are happy that the offseason is here, I want to get started on 2024 and go racing as soon as I can,” Gragson said. “Stewart-Haas is filled with racers and I saw that and felt it as soon as I walked onto the shop floor. There are high expectations here and a strong desire to compete and win races. I have high expectations for myself and I want to deliver for Tony and Gene and everyone at Stewart-Haas.”

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