Another week, another flurry of racing announcements, a full look on what has transpired since Nov. 16

INDIANAPOLIS — This is just getting comical now. It’s almost like it’s planned. Like every racing series in the world has gotten together and to see how they can create news drops on every day between Monday-Friday. If you give the weekends and Thursday-Friday off to observe the Thanksgiving holiday here in the States, you can have some news to come out any other week day.

That’s exactly what’s happened. Literally.

Since Monday, Nov. 16, every weekday other than Thanksgiving and the day after has had some sort of racing news come out. That’s 18 straight days now if you’re counting.

This week has been a crazy week again with news. Here’s everything you may have missed over the last three weeks.

Monday (11/16):

Slow news cycle. Sarcasm.

The next day, the Busch Clash eligibility requirements came out. Then, ARCA announced that their season opener would take place on the Saturday before the Daytona 500 now as a doubleheader with the Xfinity Series. After that, Joe Gibbs Racing announced some crew chief changes which included Adam Stevens and Kyle Busch breaking up with Busch getting Ben Beshore and Stevens moving to Christopher Bell’s pit box.

Tuesday (11/17):

Wednesday featured some Indy Lights news with Kyle Kirkwood racing for Andretti Autosport in 2021. That comes a day after a new partnership among an existing team and a new team took place to form a four car operation for 2021. Eldora revealed that they’d not be on the NASCAR schedule in 2021 as they said that they were dropped from the Truck Series calendar. Also, you had the 2022 car testing on the Charlotte oval this time and the Awards Banquet on Wednesday night.

Wednesday (11/18):

Thursday featured the full Truck Series 2021 schedule coming out with.

Thursday (11/19):

Then on Friday, the new Matt Tifft/BJ McLeod Cup Series team and details were announced with a third different new team being formed for NASCAR’s top level for 2021.

Friday (11/20):

This week started off with Tony Kanaan and Chip Ganassi Racing teaming up for a return for the popular Brazilian driver to share the No. 48 Honda with Jimmie Johnson. Kanaan, will drive on ovals only for the next couple of years.

Then, right when we were about to hop on the zoom call with Kanaan, Kyle Busch Motorsports announced the signing of John Hunter Nemechek for the No. 4 Toyota in 2021. By time we were done with the zoom call, Andretti Autosport revealed that Danial Frost will drive one of their Indy Lights cars for them.

Monday (11/23):

Tuesday (11/24):

Wednesday (11/25):

After a break for Thanksgiving, it all started back up this week with Corey LaJoie set to drive for Spire in 2021. That was announced on Monday.

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Friday (12/11):

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