Landon Cassill has joined Kaulig Racing for the 2022 NASCAR Xfinity Series season with Voyager Digital Ltd. coming along as a primary sponsor of the No. 10 Chevrolet.
“Ultimately, Kaulig Racing is showing itself as a destination for good drivers and a place to win,” Cassill said during an interview of SiriusXM NASCAR Radio. “Not a stepping stone or a place that’s on the way up. It’s a place that’s up there and it’s a place that, I think, drivers call home.”
Cassill will take over the No. 10 car formerly driven by Jeb Burton. He will be teammates with AJ Allmendinger who is returning to the No. 16 car and 2021 Series champion Daniel Hemric who takes over the No. 11 car previously driven by Justin Haley.
“To drive for Kaulig Racing now, the goal is to win and I need teammates to lean on to help me do that,” Cassill said. “I have to be able to take my driving to the next level, and there’s an entire new discipline that I have to learn that I haven’t been training the last few years. I’ve got to be able to close these races from the front row if I find myself in that position. I’ve got to be able to hit pit road in the lead and come out in the lead. I’ve got to do things different. And it’s going take the team at Kaulig Racing to help me get there, and that’s why Kaulig Racing is the destination for me.”
Last season Cassill competed in 32 Xfinity Series races for JD Motorsports while Voyager was his primary sponsor in 18 of those events.
The deal for Cassill is a first in NASCAR.
“We built a historic partnership with Landon, as the first NASCAR driver to be paid in crypto, and continuing this journey with him is an incredible ride for Voyager,” said Steve Ehrlich, CEO and co-founder of Voyager. “We’re excited about this collaboration with Kaulig Racing and can’t wait to see what is next in Landon’s promising career.”