Kaz Grala is scheduled to run the full NASCAR Xfinity Series schedule for Sam Hunt Racing in 2023.
Connor Mosack will drive a second Hunt car - No. 24 - in 20 races for the team. Grala will drive the No. 26 Toyota.
The new season will mark Grala's first as a full-time Xfinity driver.
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"I've scratched and clawed for each opportunity over the past several seasons, and while it hasn't been easy, it's made me appreciate this sport and its difficulty more than I ever could if things had been easy," Grala said in a statement released by the team. "I feel like everything has finally come together at the perfect time in my life with the right team around me to start that next chapter in my career."
Grala, 23, has scored five top-five and 10 top-10 finishes in 44 Xfinity starts. He has raced in all three NASCAR national series and won a Truck Series race at Daytona International Speedway in 2017.
Allen Hart will be Grala's crew chief.
Mosack, who will begin his schedule at Phoenix Raceway March 11, was the CARS Tour rookie of the year in 2020. He drove in two Xfinity and two Truck races in 2022.
Kris Bowen will be Mosack's crew chief. The team said it will announce other drivers for the 24 car later.
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