JASPER Engines and Transmissions is pleased to announce that the JASPER 4-Speed Transmission is being used by 28 team/driver combinations in the 2022 NASCAR Xfinity Series season.
This is an exciting leap as the same transmission was used by 12 team/driver combinations in the series in 2021. These team/driver combinations accounted for 19 wins, 84 top-five finishes, and 147 top-ten finishes for the 2021 season.
Be sure to keep an eye out on the following NASCAR Xfinity Series teams in 2022, as they are utilizing the powerful JASPER 4-Speed Transmission: “JR Motorsports, with drivers Sam Mayer, Justin Allgaier, Josh Berry, Noah Gragson, Miguel Paludo and Dale Earnhardt, Jr on a part-time basis. Joe Gibbs Racing, with drivers Drew Dollar, Brandon Jones, and Ty Gibbs. Stewart-Haas Racing, with driver Riley Herbst. Our Motorsports, with drivers Brett Moffitt, Anthony Alfredo, and Jeb Burton. Richard Childress Racing, with drivers Sheldon Creed and Austin Hill. Mike Harmon Racing, with driver Timothy Viens and a second driver to be determined. Big Machine Racing Team, with driver Jude Buford. Kaulig Racing, with drivers AJ Allmendinger, Daniel Hemric, and Landon Cassill. MBM Motorsports, with drivers JJ Yeley, and two drivers to be determined, and RSS Racing, with drivers Ryan Sieg, Kyle Sieg, CJ McLaughlin, and Parker Retzlaff.”
The NASCAR Xfinity Series isn’t the only NASCAR series that has successfully utilized JASPER transmissions. In the NASCAR Cup Series, this year’s cars will utilize a sequential-shift five-speed transaxle from a single supplier. However, in the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series, 18 team/driver combinations used the JASPER 4-Speed Transmission accounting for 11 wins, 73 top-five finishes, and 154 top-ten finishes.
JASPER Engines is proud to play an important part in so many team/driver combinations in NASCAR and that privilege is never taken lightly.
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