Moffitt is back for a third season with Our Motorsports.
Joe Graf Jr. will be back for a second year with SS Green Light. The team will have a technical alliance with Stewart-Haas Racing.
Mayer takes over the No. 1 seat after seeing significant seat time in the No. 8 in 2021. He will work with Taylor Moyer. Michael Annett, who drove the No. 1 over the last few seasons for JRM, retired at the end of 2021.
Creed will be moving up to the Xfinity Series with RCR.
Bayley Currey will drive a full season for JD Motorsports.
Mills will be back with BJ McLeod's team for the 2022 season.
Vargas signed on for Year 2 with JD Motorsports for a full-time schedule this season after driving for them for the bulk of 2021.
Allgaier will be returning to JRM for a seventh season with the Dale Earnhardt Jr.-owned organization.
After part-time duty in 2021 with JRM, Berry has landed a full ride with Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s team for the 2022 season. Bumgarner slides over from the No. 1 box to lead Berry's team. The two won at Las Vegas together in 2021.
JR Motorsports announced at the end of August that Gragson would return for a fourth season with the organization. Dave Elenz will not be the crew chief as he is moving to the Cup Series with Richard Petty Motorsports. Luke Lambert will move from RFK Racing to take over those duties.
Landon Cassill joins Kaulig Racing for the 2022 in a ride that should see him reach the playoffs just as Jeb Burton and Ross Chastain have in the same seat. Trinchere was crew chief for AJ Allmendinger in 2021.
Daniel Hemric will move to Kaulig to replace Justin Haley, who is making the jump to the Cup Series in 2022 to pilot the Kaulig entry full-time.
AJ Allmendinger agreed to a contract extension to remain at Kaulig Racing in 2022 full-time in the Xfinity Series, while also piloting a second Cup Series entry part-time. Schlicker formerly commanded the No. 10 Kaulig entry with Ross Chastain and Jeb Burton.
Trevor Bayne will make seven starts in this car for JGR. How the rest of the remaining races are filled is yet to be known.
Jones will be back at JGR in 2022 for a fifth season.
Harrison Burton will be driving the No. 21 Wood Brothers Ford in the 2022 Cup Series season. This leaves the No. 20 seat currently vacant although former crew chief Dave Rogers told SiriusXM that JGR will only field three Xfinity teams in 2022.
Team Penske executive Walter Czarnecki indicated the organization does not plan to field a full-time Xfinity car in 2022.
Alfredo will drive for Our Motorsports in 2022 after running a season in the Cup Series with Front Row Motorsports. He ran a partial schedule in 2020 for RCR.
Allen Hart comes over to be the crew chief and technical director after multiple years as a race engineer at JR Motorsports. Ryan Truex will drive at Daytona, while Jeffrey Earnhardt will make multiple starts for the team.
After a season with Kaulig Racing, Burton is moving to Our Motorsports to run a full season as part of a two-year deal with the organization.
After a playoff season and his first Xfinity win with RCR, Snider will join Jordan Anderson's Xfinity team for a full season.
Gase is teaming up with Patrick Emerling to form Emerling-Gase Motorsports, which will field the No. 35 full-time and another car for a part-time ride. The driver lineup will include Gase, Emerling, Shane Lee and others to be announced.
Alex Labbe will return to run 18 races with DGM but its unknown who will pilot the car for the other races.
Tommy Joe Martins and Caesar Bacarella are partnering to form a new team where they will have seat time, along with newcomer Rajah Caruth during the 2022 season. The organization will have a second full-time car that will see Kaz Grala, Ryan Ellis and Sage Karam as part of its driver lineup.
Kyle Weatherman and MHR have parted ways ahead of the 2022 season. Weatherman will run the first five races of the season with DGM Racing.
Buford will be back for a second season and the organization is entering an enhanced partnership with RCR while relocating to RCR's Welcome, North Carolina campus.
Gibbs will drive the No. 54 for the full season after a four-win partial campaign in 2021. The No. 54 car was shared by multiple drivers in 2021 including Kyle Busch, Martin Truex Jr., Christopher Bell, and Gibbs.
Josh Williams is moving to run for BJ McLeod Motorsports program after several seasons with DGM Racing.
Herbst will be back at SHR for a second season in the No. 98 Ford.
After three seasons and eight wins with Hattori, Hill will move up to the Xfinity Series with Richard Childress Racing for the 2022 season. No number has been announced for the full-time effort.
Partnering with NFL legend and Hall of Famer Emmitt Smith, Iwuji will run for his own team and the team will field Chevrolets.
Parsons will run his first Xfinity season for the McLeod-owned organization.