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Last week, Stewart-Haas Racing announced Cole Custer's return to the Xfinity Series. This week, the team announced he would drive the No. 00 Ford once again.

Front Row Motorsports will have new crew chiefs for both the No. 34 and No. 38 teams for the 2023 NASCAR Cup Series season. Veteran lead race engineer Travis Peterson will assume the new crew chief duties for the No. 34 after spending the last five seasons at Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing.

The Snowball Derby is known as one of the biggest stock car events in the country, and this year it will feature Roush Fenway Brad Keselowski Racing Co-Owner and Driver Keselowski, who will wheel the No. 6 in arguably the most prestigious grassroots event of the year.

Adam Stern from Sports Business Journal reports that a deal is getting closer for Helio Castroneves to compete in next year's Daytona 500.

With the promotion of Ryan Preece to the NASCAR Cup Series, Cole Custer, who has driven the No. 41 Ford Mustang since his rookie year in 2020 when he delivered a victory at Kentucky Speedway in Sparta in just his 20th career Cup Series start, will remain with Stewart Haas Racing. Custer will head back to the Xfinity Series in 2023.

Stewart-Haas Racing has promoted Ryan Preece from his reserve driver role with the organization to the NASCAR Cup Series where the 32-year-old racer from Berlin, Connecticut, will drive the team's No. 41 Ford Mustang beginning in 2023.

Joe Ty Gibbs Racing announced on Tuesday that Gibbs will drive the No. 54 Toyota Camry full-time in the NASCAR Cup Series next season.

Mike Kelley slides into a familiar role as crew chief of Stenhouse Jr.'s No. 47 Kroger Racing Camaro team for the 2023 NASCAR Cup Series season. After three seasons, crew chief Brian Pattie is departing the racing organization with Kelley picking up where Pattie's leaving off, JTG Daugherty Racing reports.

Team Penske's Austin Cindric started the 2022 year with a victory in the season-opening Daytona 500, and he took the season's final checkered flag on Sunday, having earned the Sunoco Rookie of the Year, NASCAR.com reports.

Austin Hill has won the NASCAR Xfinity Series Sunoco Rookie of the Year title - earning a pair of victories in his first season driving the No. 21 Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet, NASCAR.com reports.

Chase Elliott finished 28th in the Season Finale 500 NASCAR Cup Series race at Phoenix Raceway Sunday afternoon.

Kevin Harvick finished fifth in the Season Finale 500 NASCAR Cup Series race at Phoenix Raceway Sunday afternoon.

Chase Briscoe finished fourth in the Season Finale 500 NASCAR Cup Series race at Phoenix Raceway Sunday afternoon.

Ross Chastain finished third in the Season Finale 500 NASCAR Cup Series race at Phoenix Raceway Sunday afternoon.

Ryan Blaney finished second in the Season Finale 500 NASCAR Cup Series race at Phoenix Raceway Sunday afternoon.

By virtue of winning the Season Finale 500 NASCAR Cup Series race at Phoenix Raceway Sunday afternoon, Joey Logano was declared the 2022 NASCAR Cup Series champion.

Daniel Hemric will drive the No. 23 Toyota for 23XI Racing in Sunday's NASCAR Cup Series race at Phoenix Raceway, Jordan Bianchi of The Athletic reports.

Noah Gragson finished second in the Xfinity Series Championship Race at Phoenix Raceway Saturday night,

Joey Logano won the pole for the Season Finale 500 NASCAR Cup Series race at Phoenix Raceway Saturday afternoon. He turned a fast lap of 134.389 mph.

Ross Chastain was fastest in Happy Hour practice for the Season Finale 500 NASCAR Cup Series race at Phoenix Raceway Friday evening. He turned a fast lap of 133.240 mph.