Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR) announces today that Kyle Busch will run five races in the NASCAR Xfinity Series in 2020 starting at Phoenix Raceway on Saturday, March 7.
Busch’s five race NASCAR Xfinity Series program in 2020 will be as follows:
March 7 at Phoenix Raceway in the No. 54 TWIX Cookies & Creme Toyota Supra
May 23 at Charlotte Motor Speedway in the No. 54 TWIX Cookies and Creme Toyota Supra
June 20 at Chicagoland Speedway in the No. 54 Starburst Duos Toyota Supra
July 18 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in the No. 54 Starburst Duos Toyota Supra
August 15 at Watkins Glen in the No. 54 Combos Toyota Supra
“I’m excited to have Mars partner with me in the Xfinity Series and have TWIX, Starburst and Combos on my No. 54 Toyota Supra for these NXS races,” said Kyle Busch. “It’s really going to be something to celebrate with Mars brands helping me get to the 100-win mark in the Xfinity Series this season!”
Jacob Canter will handle the crew chief duties for the No. 54 Toyota Supra. He currently serves as the Test Team Manager for JGR’s NASCAR Cup Series program.
About Joe Gibbs Racing:
Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR) is one of the premier organizations in NASCAR with four NASCAR Cup Series teams, three NASCAR Xfinity Series teams and a driver development program. Its 2020 driver lineup will consist of Denny Hamlin, Kyle Busch, Erik Jones, and Martin Truex, Jr. in the NASCAR Cup Series. Meanwhile Brandon Jones, Riley Herbst, and Harrison Burton will each run fulltime in the NASCAR Xfinity Series in 2020, joining Kyle Busch and Denny Hamlin, who will run partial schedules. In addition, Ty Gibbs will share duties behind the wheel of JGR’s ARCA Series entry. JGR is based in Huntersville, N.C., and owned by NASCAR Hall of Fame inductee Joe Gibbs, who also earned his place in the Pro Football Hall of Fame and was named as one of the NFL’s top 10 coaches of all-time with a winning career that included three Super Bowl Championships as head coach of the Washington Redskins. JGR has competed in NASCAR since 1992, winning five Cup Series championships and five Xfinity Series owner’s championships, along with more than 300 NASCAR races, including four Brickyard 400s and four Daytona 500s.