After earning a pair of wins last year with then-part-time drivers Ross Chastain (Daytona-2) and AJ Allmendinger (Charlotte Roval), Kaulig Racing has shown that they are in the hunt this year.
Kaulig had a rough start to the season in which Chastain didn’t qualify for the opener at Daytona (but ran in the No. 38 for RSS Racing, instead). But now with Chastain and Justin Haley running full-time, and Allmendinger running occasionally for the outfit, Kaulig has put together 10 top-10 results between the trio of drivers in the opening seven races.
Chastain has five top 10s in the six races he’s contested in Kaulig equipment while Haley has four top 10s in seven races. Allmendinger has made one start – at Bristol last week – and finished in the top 10.
Haley (two) and Chastain (one) have also paired up for three top fives.
Allmendinger will be making his Xfinity Series track debut at Atlanta this weekend, although he has 13 starts at the track in the NASCAR Cup Series.
Haley holds Kaulig’s best finish at Atlanta, an eighth-place result at the track last year.