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Kyle Busch will return to Xfinity racing in 2023

After vowing to retire upon getting his 100th NASCAR Xfinity Series win in 2021, Kyle Busch announced Friday that will only be a one-year commitment.

In 2023, the 102-time Xfinity winner will race five times in Kaulig Racing’s No. 10 Chevrolet:

  • Las Vegas Motor Speedway, March 4
  • Phoenix Raceway, March 11
  • Charlotte Motor Speedway, May 27
  • Watkins Glen International, August 19
  • Darlington Raceway, September 2

Busch earned his 102nd and then-final Xfinity win at Atlanta Motor Speedway in July 2021. Atlanta was one of Busch’s five races in 2021, all of which he won.

The Atlanta win was Busch’s 91st and final Xfinity win for Toyota. He won 11 Xfinity races for Chevrolet, including his most recent start for them at Phoenix Raceway in November 2007.

Also announced for Kaulig’s No. 10 Chevrolet are A.J. Allmendinger and Justin Haley, who will race the car multiple times in 2023. Austin Dillon will also drive the No. 10 Chevrolet in the Feb. 25 race at Auto Club Speedway.

Landon Cassill was slated to return to the No. 10 Chevrolet for a second year. However, in January, Cassill announced he wouldn’t be returning to the car full-time, citing sponsorship issues.

Sponsor Voyager Crypto filed for bankruptcy in July 2022. However, their funding secured Cassill’s spot through the end of 2022.

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