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Kenny Wallace Planning Limited XFINITY Series Run

He’s not done yet.

Veteran NASCAR driver Kenny Wallace will return to the NASCAR XFINITY Series this season, albeit in a super part-time role.

The veteran just announced the news via his Twitter page. He’ll be racing, as of now, both Iowa races in the XFINITY Series.

It’ll be a small step up from 2014. Wallace, the all-time leader in starts in the XFINITY Series with 544, ran one race that year, which also came at Iowa Speedway. He finished 19th in the Aug. 2 U.S. Cellular 250, driving a second RAB Racing entry, the No. 29.

Since Wallace has driven often for RAB Racing over the last few years and the team has not announced a full-time driver, it’s expected that Wallace will return to the team – though nothing has been confirmed.

Wallace’s last victory in the series came in 2001 at Rockingham Speedway.

 

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