Andy Houston, once the spotter for Ryan Preece's No. 41 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford, revealed on Wednesday his move to the No. 10 team as the spotter for Noah Gragson. Andy Houston is a man with enormous experience and knowledge. He decided to turn over a new leaf in his career and go in a completely different direction. Houston knows Gragson's qualities well and is aware of how ambitious Stewart-Haas Racing is. He's ready for work!
“Excited to announce that i will be moving to the #10 car next year at @StewartHaasRcng to spot for @NoahGragson ! We have already broke the ice at the #snowballderby where we were contenders the whole race! Ready to get to work!!”-Houston wrote on X.
Stewart-Haas Racing co-owner Tony Stewart reacts to Gragson's arrival
Stewart-Haas Racing co-owner Tony Stewart is happy to have Gragson as part of their team. The ambitions of Stewart-Haas Racing are growing from season to season, and the arrival of Gragson is the best confirmation of that. Noah is a mature driver who can give this team a lot. If they work together and believe in success, no one doubts that they could make a breakthrough next season.
“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,” Stewart-Haas Racing co-owner Tony Stewart said in a statement. “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.”
Gragson is excited to continue his career at Stewart-Haas Racing. Watching their performances and listening to the experiences of others, he had no doubts about whether to join them.