Daniel Hemric will join Kaulig Racing in 2022

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Daniel Hemric will join Kaulig Racing in 2022

Daniel Hemric has decided to take a new step in his career. Hemric, who is currently a member of Joe Gibbs Racing believes that now is the right time for new things in life. After the season ended, Hemric decided to join Kaulig Racing and continue his career there.

He looks overjoyed to get the opportunity he obviously wanted so badly. The program that Kaulig Racing currently has is a program that suits Daniel and is very grateful for the opportunity he will get there. "The belief that Matt Kaulig and Chris Rice have in me to come drive their notable, No.

11 car means the world to me,” said Hemric, as quoted by motorsport “Equally, I believe in their program, their vision, and what they’re building at Kaulig Racing. “It’s impressive to see how they’ve become an elite, multi-car Xfinity Series program in such a short period of time." "I’m just incredibly thankful for the opportunity to drive for them next year, and I’m ready to put in the work to continue building on the team’s success”.

Rice is pleased

Chris Rice, president of Kaulig Racing, is obviously pleased with his team's move and believes Hemric will be of great importance to his team. He also praised his results so far, which is obviously a sign that Hemric has the quality they lack.

“Daniel is a strong competitor, and we think he will make a great addition to our Xfinity Series program,” said Chris Rice, president of Kaulig Racing. “Statistically, Daniel ranks right among the Kaulig Racing cars each week on the race track, so it’s fitting that we bring in someone who will only continue to make us better”.

At the helm of Kaulig Racing, they are overjoyed with the development of the team in a short time, and did not expect such rapid progress. Right now, with the arrival of a new driver, they will strive for even bigger goals and even greater success “Kaulig Racing has come a long way in just a few short years, and that’s something I’m truly proud of,” said team owner Matt Kaulig.

“This year, we stepped it up by having three, fulltime entries in the Xfinity Series and competing in the Cup Series part-time. “We blew all expectations out of the water when we won our first Cup race with A.J.

Allmendinger, won the regular-season championship in the Xfinity Series, and got all three of our fulltime drivers into the playoffs. We think Daniel is a great pick to help us elevate our program”.