As the 2021 NASCAR season draws to a close, drivers and teams continue to work towards finding a ride and filling out crews for the 2022 season.

When the 2022 Xfinity Series begins at Daytona in February, the Richard Childress will field two cars with two new drivers.  Camping World Truck Series regulars Sheldon Creed and Austin Hill are moving up to the Xfinity Series to drive for RCR.

RCR has a total of 86 race wins in the Xfinity Series.  Former RCR drivers include Kevin Harvick, Clint Bowyer, Austin Dillon, Ty Dillon, and Tyler Reddick; all of whom have moved up and driven in the Cup Series.


Sponsorships are essential to any racing team no matter what level.  RSS Racing has announced that CMR Construction & Roofing is returning as the full time primary sponsor for the number 39 car driven by Ryan Sieg.

RSS has also formed a technical alliance with Stewart-Haas Racing. 

Currently, RSS fields only the one car in the Xfinity Series; however, they plan on adding to the team for the 2022 season.  Announcements on the additional car(s) will be made at a later date.