NASCAR losing another full-time driver and team?

When the silly season began to heat up, many had watched JTG 

Daugherty Racing to see what their next steps were in connection

 with the future of their Nascar Cup series.

Some Nascar Cup series have been folded in recent years, and there is 

speculation that others can join them after the 2022 season.

Germain Racing sells their charter to 23xi racing, a new team starting 

by racer Joe Gibbs Denny Hamlin and NBA legend Michael Jordan, after the 2020 season.

Leavine Family Racing, which was replaced by 23XI racing as an 

organization affiliated with Joe Gibbs, sold their goods to Spire Motorsports after the 2020 season.

Then after the 2021 season, Starcom Racing sells their charter 

to 23XI racing, which was expanded into a team of two cars for 2022.

The trophy series also recently lost MBM Motorsports as a full-time team, 

but the situation was a little different. They are still competing part time, 

but they never have a charter as a full time organization, 

despite the ongoing efforts of the Carl Long team owner to get it.

Can another small team finally fold and sell their charter in the near future?

In the 2020 season, JTG Daugherty Racing runs two rental entries, 

Chevrolet #37 for Ryan Preece and Chevrolet #47 for Ricky Stenhouse 

Jr. But before the 2021 season, the charter was used to run the first to go to Spire Motorsports.

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