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Our 2022 Silly Season Tracker is below, listing what we know for full-time NASCAR Xfinity and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series teams in 2021. We’ll update this page as teams finalize their plans for next season. Anything highlighted in red indicates news on that driver and ride for beyond 2021, and clicking on the red line will give you more information on the move and its impact.
NASCAR Xfinity Series Silly Season
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.
JR Motorsports announced at the end of August that Gragson would return for a fourth season with the organization.
With the announcement of Justin Haley making the jump to the Cup Series in 2022 to pilot the Kaulig entry full-time, the No. 11 seat is now open.
Howard is joining McAnally-Hilgemann Racing in the Camping World Truck Series for the 2022 season.
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.
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.
With Austin Cindric moving up to the Cup Series to pilot the No. 2 Ford in 2022, that leaves his current seat vacant. Team Penske has yet to confirm if they will field a full-time Xfinity Series entry next season.
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 No. 54 car was shared by multiple drivers in 2021 including Kyle Busch, Martin Truex Jr., Christopher Bell, and Ty Gibbs. Expect JGR to do something similar going forward if they continue with four cars.
Jesse Iwuji has partnered with NFL Hall of Famer Emmitt Smith to create Jesse Iwuji Motorsports, where he will be a co-owner and compete full time in the Xfinity Series in 2022.
Sam Mayer will be returning to JR Motorsports after running roughly a half season in 2021.
Creed will be moving up to the Xfinity Series with RCR. Further details on the team will be announced at a later date.
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Silly Season
Creed is moving up to the Xfinity Series with Richard Childress Racing in 2022.
Wood will return to GMS Racing for the 2022 season, the team announced in August.
Niece Motorsports announced Hocevar would return in 2022 for a full-time ride.
Howard is joining McAnally-Hilgemann Racing as the organization looks to expand its Truck operation to two teams in 2022.