Aussies Take on NASCAR: Kostecki’s Expanded American Campaign

The Audacity of Ambition: Kostecki Eyes NASCAR in 2024

Australian driver Brodie Kostecki is gearing up for an exciting finish at the Adelaide season finale as he is a forerunner in the 2023 V8 Supercars championship. Along with him, Shane Van Gisbergen stands shoulder to shoulder in this title race.

Richard Childress, who brought Kostecki into the limelight with a debut in the Cup Series, intends to fly to Australia to witness the championship showdown. However, it appears witnessing the race isn’t his primary intention. As per Childress, he aspires to bring Kostecki on board for multiple races in the upcoming season.

The owner of Richard Childress Racing is already pitching potential sponsors for Kostecki’s campaign next season. He has also shared his plan to have Kostecki compete in an oval race.

Kostecki’s manager, Nathan Cayzer from Cayzer Management, confirms that Kostecki will primarily focus on claiming the 2023 Supercars title. However, a slightly broader American campaign draws close attention.

Kostecki’s American campaign will remain dormant until 2024 after he first appeared at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway last month. Richard Childress Racing showed strong interest in having him back on track. Depending on the scheduling, Kostecki could compete in two or three events.

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