Julia Landauer returns to Alpha-Prime Racing at Homestead driving the No.44 ATEM Car Club Chevrolet. It will be Landauer’s second career Xfinity Series start this season after making her debut at New Hampshire in July.
Homestead will be the biggest track Landauer has ever run on in NASCAR competition. Like New Hampshire, Landauers goal is simply to run all the laps and get more experience in the series itself.
The former Survivor contestant ran two full seasons in the then NASCAR K&N Pro Series West from 2016-2017, collecting 20 top-10s and 8 top-5s. Landauer then run in the Pinty’s Series part-time from 2018-2019 and three starts in Euro Series in 2020.
Landauer hopes to also get clearance to run more tracks in 2023 in all three divisions of NASCAR.
Alpha-Prime Racing co-owner Tommy Joe Martins said “I’m happy to give Julia another chance with Alpha Prime, It’s a big opportunity for her to continue to grow and improve going into 2023.”
Landauer and her 37 competitors will compete in the Contender Boats 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway on October 22, live on USA at 4:30 PM ET.