Wallace earned his and the team’s maiden victory at Talladega Superspeedway in October, 2021.
Recently, he’s got enjoyed probably the most successful run of his NCS career with four straight top-tens, including three top-fives. Just last weekend, he earned his first pole position at Michigan and finished second in the race
Bubba was an integral area of the first stages of 23XI, and I’m thrilled he will continue with the team, said 23XI Racing co-owner Denny Hamlin. Whenever we announced Bubba as our first driver the target was to greatly help him take his career to an increased level, and we’ve done that. Bubba and the No. 23 team earned the business our first win and first pole award, sufficient reason for a career-best four consecutive top 10 finishes heading into Richmond this weekend, Bubba is continuing to obtain additional competitive every week. Were excited to see his growth as he and the team work toward achieving our goals.
Wallace, now in his fifth fulltime year in the Cup Series, is wanting to fight his way in to the playoffs for the first time. With just three races to go, it will require a win from the 28-year-old driver secure an area in final 16. Among those races reaches Daytona, a track where he’s been the runner-up three differing times.
His teammate Kurt Busch, currently sidelined while dealing with concussion-like symptoms, put his No. 45 machine in to the playoffs with a victory earlier this season at Kansas.
“It feels great to obtain this renewal done also to know I’ve a house at 23XI Racing, said Wallace. “Because of M.J. (JORDAN) and Denny for continuing to trust in me. Weve come quite a distance together in under 2 yrs and weve checked off some major goals on the way – like the teams first win and first pole. We realize we still have work to accomplish, both on / off the race track, but Personally i think good about we and the direction were heading.”