Kaulig Racing Has a Serious Problem on Its Hands


Kaulig Racing has quickly become one of the most successful teams in the NASCAR Xfinity Series just seven years after it entered the sport. But AJ Allmendinger‘s promotion to the company’s full-time Cup Series program leaves a void in the Xfinity Series that might be difficult to fill.

Kaulig Racing has grown to be a top-tier Xfinity Series team in short order

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Matt Kaulig formed what was then a single-car organization in 2016 alongside Chris Rice. Blake Koch drove the No. 11 car for the first two seasons and managed 10 top-10 finishes, including a playoff berth both years. He did not reach Victory Lane, however, nor did Ryan Truex as his replacement in 2018.