Kaulig Racing announced its spotter lineup for its 2024 NASCAR Cup Series and Xfinity Series teams on Friday.
Coleman Pressley, who won the 2022 Cup Series championship with Team Penske driver Joey Logano, will reunite with AJ Allmendinger and spot for the No. 16 Chevrolet in the Xfinity Series. Pressley, who will continue his Sunday duties with Logano, has spotted for the No. 22 car since August 2021 and has visited Victory Lane five times with Logano, including after winning the Cup title race in 2022 at Phoenix. Pressley was the eyes in the sky for Allmendinger and the No. 47 Chevrolet at JTG Daugherty Racing from 2015-18. A former racer himself, Pressley moved to Team Penske in 2019 as the spotter for 2012 champion Brad Keselowski and later moved over to Logano and the No. 22 in August 2021.
We’ve locked in our eyes in the sky. pic.twitter.com/ADqvUj8D0q
— Kaulig Racing (@KauligRacing) January 12, 2024
Kaulig also named Frank Deiny Jr. to handle double duty in the team’s announcement. Deiny, who formerly spotted for Allmendinger, will spot for Xfinity Series rookie and Chicago Street Course Cup Series winner Shane van Gisbergen in the No. 97 Chevrolet, as well as Daniel Hemric’s No. 31 Chevy in the Cup Series.
Additionally, Joe White will handle spotting duties for Josh Williams as he pilots the No. 11 Chevrolet in the Xfinity Series, Williams’ first season with the team. White will also be in the spotters’ stand for the No. 16 Cup Series car throughout 2024, which Allmendinger will pilot in the Daytona 500 and select other Cup races this season. White previousspotted for Chase Briscoe at Stewart-Haas Racing in 2021.