Wed. Nov 30th, 2022

AVONDALE, Ariz. – Kyle Busch Motorsports will transfer from Toyota to Chevrolet subsequent season and have Chase Purdy and Jack Wooden amongst its drivers.

Purdy will drive the No. 4 full-time subsequent season for the group. Wooden would be the anchor driver for the No. 51, sharing that journey with Busch and different Cup and Xfinity drivers, Busch mentioned in Friday’s announcement at Phoenix Raceway. Wooden will drive a minimal 10 races in that truck subsequent 12 months.

“Having the chance to drive for somebody like Kyle … is a large alternative,” Purdy mentioned. “With that comes strain. I believe the well-known time period is strain is a privilege. I’m enthusiastic about it. I believe he’s going to be an awesome useful resource for me to have.”

Purdy, who turns 23 subsequent week, has made 51 profession Truck begins, scoring 5 top-10 finishes. That is his second full season within the sequence.

Wooden, who’s 22 years previous, has made 34 profession Truck begins and has one top-10 end. That is his first full season within the sequence.

Mentioned Wooden: “I don’t assume I might be extra excited. Rising up, my late mannequin was 18 due to Kyle. That is greater than a dream come true for me.”

The transfer is being made with Busch transferring from Joe Gibbs Racing and Toyota to Richard Childress Racing and Chevrolet subsequent season in Cup.

Busch mentioned his group can be led by Danny Stockman. Busch mentioned he plans to run 5 races, as allowed by NASCAR guidelines, however has but to find out these occasions. The announcement of the staff’s crew chiefs can be made later.

Additionally Friday, Rev Racing introduced it should kind a technical alliance with Kyle Busch Motorsports and have an entry within the Truck Sequence subsequent 12 months. Nick Sanchez will drive the No. 2 Truck with sponsorship from Gainbridge.

“We’re enthusiastic about that probability to work extra carefully with Rev Racing,” Busch mentioned.

98 wins.
7 Proprietor Championships.
2 Driver Championships.
1 extra shot at it.
Thanks, @ToyotaRacing. 🤝#TeamToyota pic.twitter.com/fX5hrHOUOv

— Kyle Busch Motorsports (@KBMteam) November 4, 2022

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