WATCH: Ross Chastain and Kaulig Racing’s Thanksgiving Giveaway for the Fans

WATCH: Ross Chastain and Kaulig Racing's Thanksgiving Giveaway for the Fans

Late November is the season of Thanksgiving in the United States. In the spirit of the holiday, the Kaulig Racing Team is performing a giveaway for the fans. This giveaway will involve Ross Chastain, specifically a part of his car, which will go to a lucky fan.

In light of this, Kaulig President Chris Rice revealed the instructions. Apparently, fans have to like Rice’s Twitter post, follow him, Kaulig Racing, and Matt Kaulig. He said, “Win this piece of sheet metal from Ross Chastain’s car when he was in the Playoffs at Kansas. We cut it off, but we’re going to give it away. So, Happy Thanksgiving to everyone and like it, retweet it and make sure you’re following us”

What lies in the future for Kaulig Racing and Ross Chastain?

For the 2021 Xfinity season, Chastain will not pair up with Kaulig Racing. Instead, he is being promoted to the Cup Series with Chip Ganassi Racing in the #42 car. In essence, he is replacing Matt Kenseth, who replaced Kyle Larson after the latter got fired, but that is another story.

Ross Chastain during qualifying for the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series Lucas Oil 150 at ISM Raceway
AVONDALE, ARIZONA – NOVEMBER 08: Ross Chastain, driver of the #45 CarShield Chevrolet, stands by his truck during qualifying for the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series Lucas Oil 150 at ISM Raceway on November 08, 2019 in Avondale, Arizona. (Photo by Matt Sullivan/Getty Images)

Meanwhile, the Kaulig Racing team is handing Jeb Burton a full-time gig. Burton will link up with Nutrien Ag Solutions in order to race in the #10 car. Speaking about the recruitment, he said, “There is nobody that wants this opportunity more than myself. I will do everything on and off the race track. We can do a really good job together.”

With this, Burton will partner Justin Haley, as the two will seek to battle it out next year. One of the team’s primary objectives will be to try and reach the NASCAR Xfinity playoffs. What adds to the task’s challenge is the Kaulig team’s history of making the Xfinity playoffs. However, it is worth mentioning Haley had the honor of being the first one to reach the Championship 4 in 2020.

Something like that will be a tough act to follow, so the Kaulig team has its priorities laid out. In the meantime, Ross Chastain will also have his own Cup Series priorities to follow for the coming season. So, both their storylines will be quite interesting to follow.