At select races, Alpha Prime Racing will field two cars.
Tommy Joe Martins, co-owner of Alpha Prime Racing, has given a major update on the NASCAR Xfinity Series season in 2022.
He told TobyChristie.com’s Michael Carey that the team will enter two cars in select events.
During his interview with Carey, Martins stated that he is still working on the sponsor schedule and how everything will play out during the 2022 season.
He claims to be “negotiating traffic” to ensure that everyone in his markets is happy.
Making sure they get specific races to promote their brands is a big part of it.
His current projection is that the team will compete in six to eight races with two cars.
During the exclusive interview, Martins told Carey, “We are at least planning on running two cars for some of the schedule.”
“I’m not sure how many races that is.”
We are currently planning to run two cars at the [superspeedways]of Daytona and Talladega.
The rest of it is determined by those two factors.
How do we line up the races that everyone needs from a sponsorship standpoint?”
Alpha Prime Racing could run two cars on two different types of tracks.
Martins has updated his team’s schedule in the past.
Rajah Caruth of the ARCA Menards Series will compete at Martinsville Speedway, Dover International Speedway, and Richmond Raceway while preparing for a full-time Xfinity Series run in 2023, according to him.
Depending on the sponsorship available, he may take on others.
Additionally, on November 1, Alpha Prime Racing announced that veteran driver Andy Lally will most likely compete in all six road course races during the 2022 season.
He will be in charge of the No. 1 spot unless something unexpected happens.
Circuit of the Americas, Portland International Raceway, Road America, Indianapolis Road Course, Watkins Glen International, and the Charlotte Roval are just a few of the tracks where the 44 Chevrolet can be found.
Though Martins told Carey that at some of the road course events, the team could field two cars.
Caesar Bacarella, based on his NASCAR history, could take over as one of the drivers for superspeedway races.
During his part-time career, he has made eight starts at Daytona International Speedway, four starts at Talladega Superspeedway, and one start at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
He has two more at Michigan International Speedway, a two-mile track known for its high speeds.
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