Iwuji will pilot the team’s No. 99 Chevrolet Camaro at Kansas Speedway on Oct. 17, Texas Motor Speedway on Oct. 24 and in the season finale at Phoenix Raceway on Nov. 7.
He has one series start on his resume before Kansas; he raced MBM Motorsports’ No. 13 at Road America in August, finishing 26th.
“What a dream come true as a US Navy service member to continue living my dreams, getting the opportunity to run an oval in a [NASCAR Xfinity Series] car this weekend at Kansas with BJ McLeod Motorsports,” Iwuji told TobyChristie.com. “Six years ago I was in the middle of an Arabian Gulf deployment, now I’m racing in the Xfinity Series. My goal this weekend is to learn from all of the drivers who have far more experience, run all the laps, and finish clean.”
The Texan will be sponsored at Kansas by the eRacing Association, which is a new iRacing league set to launch in December. No sponsorships have been announced for the races at Texas or Phoenix.
The driver for BJMM’s No. 99 at Martinsville Speedway has not yet been announced.
The Kansas Lottery 300 will get underway on Saturday, Oct. 17 at 7 p.m. ET.