Richard Childress Racing announced Sheldon Creed will not return to its No. 2 NASCAR Xfinity Series Chevrolet in 2024.
RCR issued a statement, confirming Creed will not return to the ride in 2024. Officials also confirmed they will make a driver announcement “in the near future.”
It is unclear where Creed will land. However, several teams haven’t confirmed their drivers for 2024, including Kaulig Racing in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.
By season’s end, Sheldon Creed will have spent two seasons driving for Richard Childress Racing in the Xfinity Series.
In 2022, he moved to the NXS from the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series after winning eight races in three seasons, including his 2020 championship season.
This season, Creed earned his first Xfinity Series playoff berth. He also has five top-5 finishes and 13 top-10s with 181 laps led and a pole.
Creed still remains in contention for the 2023 Xfinity Series title.
Creed also made his NASCAR Cup Series debut with Live Fast Motorsports at Kansas Speedway in September.
He finished 29th, just one lap down, in their No. 78 Whelen Chevrolet.