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Sport Silly Season: Ross Chastain to drive No. 42 Ganassi Cup car in 2021

02:20  08 october  2020
02:20  08 october  2020 Source:   nbcsports.com

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Ross Chastain will drive the No . 42 Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet full-time in the NASCAR Cup Series starting in 2021 , the team announced Monday. Chastain , who currently has a full-time ride in the NASCAR Xfinity Series with Kaulig Racing, will take over for Matt Kenseth

Silly Season Scorecard: A look at where drivers will be racing in the NASCAR Cup Series in 2021 . Ross Chastain will drive Chip Ganassi Racing's No . 42 car . Chastain has been a development driver for the team since 2018. He drove three Xfinity races for Ganassi in 2018, winning once.

Another puzzle of Silly Season has been set with Ross Chastain headed to Chip Ganassi Racing to drive the No. 42 Cup car for next season.

a man wearing a hat with Daytona International Speedway in the background © Kaulig Racing

Chastain has been a development driver for the team since 2018. He drove three Xfinity races for Ganassi in 2018, winning once. Chastain was to drive a full Xfinity season in 2019 for the team until D.C. Solar’s sponsorship ended after its offices were raided by the FBI. The company later declared bankruptcy.

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Ross Chastain will return to Chip Ganassi Racing next season and drive the No . 42 Cup car , the team announced Monday morning. NASCAR Silly Season took a twist Monday. A day that started with the announcement that Ross Chastain would drive for Chip Ganassi Racing next year ended

Ross Chastain has been tapped to drive the No . 42 for Chip Ganassi Racing. Chastain has been with the organization since 2018 as a development "I can't thank Chip enough for this opportunity," said Chastain in a release. 'Racing in the Cup Series with a serious contender has always been my

Chastain is competing for the Xfinity championship this season for Kaulig Racing. He is winless this season but has five runner-up finishes, including this past weekend at Bristol.

ANNOUNCED CUP RIDES FOR 2021

No. 00: Quin Houff enters the second year of his two-year deal with StarCom Racing.

No. 1: Kurt Busch enters the second year of a multi-year contract that Chip Ganassi Racing announced last season.

No. 2: Brad Keselowski and Team Penske announced a contract extension Aug. 3.

No. 4: Kevin Harvick signed a contract extension in February that will keep him at Stewart-Haas Racing through the 2023 season.

No. 8: Tyler Reddick said Aug. 7 that he will be back with Richard Childress Racing next season.

No. 9: Chase Elliott is under contract with Hendrick Motorsports through the 2022 season.

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Ross Chastain will finally get an opportunity next season to compete fulltime in the NASCAR Cup Chastain , 27, will take over the driving duties of Ganassi ’s No . 42 Chevrolet in 2021 Chastain will replace veteran Matt Kenseth, who stepped into the car in May to replace former driver Kyle Larson

Ross Chastain will finally get an opportunity next season to compete fulltime in the NASCAR Cup Chastain , 27, will take over the driving duties of Ganassi ’s No . 42 Chevrolet in 2021 Chastain will replace veteran Matt Kenseth, who stepped into the car in May to replace former driver Kyle Larson

No. 10: Aric Almirola extends deal with Stewart-Haas Racing for 2021 season.

No. 11: Denny Hamlin is signed with Joe Gibbs Racing through at least next year.

No. 12: Ryan Blaney and Team Penske announced a multi-year extension earlier this season.


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No. 18: Kyle Busch is signed with Joe Gibbs Racing through at least next year.

No. 19: Martin Truex Jr. is signed with Joe Gibbs Racing through at least next year.

No. 20: Christopher Bell moves from Leavine Family Racing to take over this ride in 2021.

No. 22: Joey Logano is tied to Team Penske “through the 2022 season and beyond.”

No. 24: William Byron is under contact with Hendrick Motorsports through 2022.

No. 42: Ross Chastain takes over Chip Ganassi Racing’s No. 42 ride for the 2021 season.

No. 47: Ricky Stenhouse Jr. enters the second year of a multi-year deal with JTG Daugherty Racing.

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Chip Ganassi Racing has announced that Ross Chastain will drive the No . 42 full time in the NASCAR Cup Series in 2021 . - 09/21/2020.

Ross Chastain will finally get an opportunity next season to compete full-time in the NASCAR Cup Series after signing a deal to join Chip Ganassi Racing. Chastain , 27, will take over the driving duties of Ganassi 's No . 42 Chevrolet in 2021 , Autosport has learned. An official announcement of

No. 88: Alex Bowman will race for Hendrick Motorsports under a one-year contract extension announced earlier this year.

Available/possibly available rides

No. 13: Ty Dillon is in a contract year at Germain Racing. The team is considering putting itself up for sell.

No. 14: Clint Bowyer is in a contract year to drive for Stewart-Haas Racing.

No. 21: Matt DiBenedetto said Sept. 17 that the team has an option to pick up his contract for next year and the deadline is the end of September.

No. 32: Ride is open with Corey LaJoie announcing he will not return to Go Fas Racing in 2021.

No. 43: Bubba Wallace will not return to Richard Petty Motorsports in 2021, the team confirmed on Sept. 10.

No. 48: With Jimmie Johnson retiring from full-time competition, Hendrick Motorsports has this seat to fill.

No. 95: Spire Motorsports purchased the charter and assets of Leavine Family Racing and will be a two-car operation in 2021.

No. 96: Daniel Suarez and Gaunt Brothers Racing announced Sept. 15 that they would part ways after this season.

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