New Hampshire Motor Speedway Post-Race Report

Ambetter 301

AJ Allmendinger, No. 16 Gold Fish Casino Slots Camaro ZL1

Start: 20th

Stage 1 Finish: 15th

Stage 2 Finish: 15th

Finish: 16th

“New Hampshire can be such a difficult track, and that was definitely the case today in our No. 16 Gold Fish Casino Slots Camaro. We struggled with being a little too tight — that was probably my biggest issue, but I felt like it would start to come to me on the longer runs. In the end, we were able to hang on, just shy of a top 15.”

– AJ Allmendinger

Justin Haley, No. 31 LeafFilter Gutter Protection Camaro ZL1

Start: 25th

Stage 1 Finish: 29th

Stage 2 Finish: 24th

Finish: 20th

We battled some handling issues for the first part of the race that just really affected the brakes of our No. 31 LeafFilter Gutter Protection Camaro. We spent some time on pit road trying to figure it out, and thankfully we were able to make some adjustments and race for the lucky dog to gain back some spots. It was a tough day for our No. 31 team, but we will take a top 20. 

– Justin Haley

Crayon 200

AJ Allmendinger, No. 16 Action Industries Chevrolet

Start: 7th

Stage 1 Finish: 3rd

Stage 2 Finish: 4th

Finish: 20th

“New Hampshire has not been Kaulig Racing’s best track in the past. Although the end results don’t show it, I think we made gains in the right direction all weekend. Our No. 16 Action Industries team made some good adjustments on pit road, and we had a solid points day. Unfortunately, I had some contact with another car and had some damage that was causing a tire rub. We had to pit to fix it and just lost a couple laps. We will take the positives from the day and move on.”

– AJ Allmendinger

Daniel Hemric, No. 11 AG1 Chevrolet

Start: 2nd

Stage 1 Finish: 10th

Stage 2 Finish: 6th

Finish: 35th

“Today was just sort of the result of short-track racing. I was in the middle of three wide at one point and had some contact that eventually made my left rear tire go down. I tried to nurse it as long as possible, but I wheel hopped and that was it. All the men and women at Kaulig Racing have been hustling their tails off all year to make us better and better, and we saw glimpses of that with qualifying second. Unfortunately, it was an early end to the day in our No. 11 AG1 Chevy.”

– Daniel Hemric

Landon Cassill, No. 10 Carnomaly Chevrolet

Start: 5th

Stage 1 Finish: 8th

Stage 2 Finish: 2nd

Finish: 37th

“Despite the end result, our No. 10 Carnomaly Chevy felt really good today. I just needed some more rubber on the tires at the end. We were able to stay clean all day – usually the best way to stay out of trouble is to be in the top five, so to be able to run up there all day was a positive for us.”

– Landon Cassill

About Kaulig Racing™

Kaulig Racing™ is a full-time multi-car NASCAR Cup Series (NCS) and NASCAR Xfinity Series (NXS) team, owned by award winning entrepreneur, Matt Kaulig. Established in 2016, Kaulig Racing™ has made the NXS Playoffs consecutively each season since the playoff system started and made the Championship 4 round in both the 2020 and 2021 seasons. They will continue fielding three, full-time NXS entries; the No. 10 Chevrolet driven by Landon Cassill, the No. 11 Chevrolet driven by Daniel Hemric, and the No. 16 Chevrolet driven by AJ Allmendinger. With multiple wins, Kaulig Racing has come to be one of the top competitors on track each weekend. The team made multiple starts in the NCS in 2021 and won in its seventh-ever start with AJ Allmendinger’s victory at “The Brickyard” for the Verizon 200 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The young team has acquired two charters for the 2022 NCS season, with Justin Haley competing as its first, full-time driver in the series. The team’s second entry will be shared by part-time teammates AJ Allmendinger, Daniel Hemric and Noah Gragson. To learn more about the team, visit