Noah Gragson can compete in NASCAR once more.
Legacy Motor Club is hoping a change of scenery will bring a change of fortunes next season.
Legacy Motor Club, a collaborative effort of NASCAR Hall of Famer Richard Petty, GMS Racing’s Maury Gallagher and seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson, has been through a turbulent first season, to say the least.
Noah Gragson won’t be returning to Legacy Motor Club even after his suspension is lifted, the driver confirmed Thursday.
Legacy Motor Club is bringing in the big guns for the road courses.
Noah Gragson has been suspended by his team and the NASCAR sanctioning body indefinitely after his Instagram history came to light.
Legacy Motor Club announced Tuesday that the organization will be moving its manufacturer from Chevrolet to Toyota starting in 2024.