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INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA - JULY 29: Brett Moffitt, driver of the #02 Half Off Wholesale Chevrolet, drives during practice for the NASCAR Xfinity Series Pennzoil 150 at the Brickyard at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on July 29, 2022 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Logan Riely/Getty Images) | Getty Images
INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA - JULY 29: Brett Moffitt, driver of the #02 Half Off Wholesale Chevrolet, drives during practice for the NASCAR Xfinity Series Pennzoil 150 at the Brickyard at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on July 29, 2022 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Logan Riely/Getty Images) | Getty Images

UPDATE: Brett Moffitt Weighing Options After Running Last Race for Our Motorsports at Indianapolis

UPDATE: Following Saturday’s running of the Pennzoil 150 at the Brickyard, Our Motorsports and driver Brett Moffitt have mutually agreed to part ways.

“In 2020, Chris Our came to me to race the first four races of the season to get his new NASCAR Xfinity Series team off the ground,” said Brett Moffitt. “Over two years later, I’ve had the opportunity to watch this team grow into a three-car organization. Our Motorsports is like family to me, and I cannot thank Chris, Mary, and all the men and women at Our Motorsports enough for the opportunity over the past few years together. I wish them all the success in the future and hopefully our paths will cross again someday.”

“Brett has been with us from the inception of our NASCAR Xfinity team and I can’t thank him enough for his efforts over the past three years,” said team owner Chris Our.  “We wish nothing but the best for Brett and his family.”

Moffitt made 80 starts while at Our including 21 top-10 finishes.  A replacement driver for the team’s number 02 will be named in the near future.

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Original Post (8-1-2022): As AJ Allmendinger celebrated his first Xfinity Series win with burnouts on the Indianapolis Grand Prix Circuit, Brett Moffitt climbed from the No. 02 Our Motorsports Chevrolet on pit road wondering when his next race might be.

Moffitt still managed to maintain that smile when asked about his plans for the remainder of the 2022 Xfinity Series season. Currently there are no plans. Moffitt is losing his ride with Our Motorsports because he doesn’t bring significant sponsorship money to the table.

“This is it,” Moffitt said. “This is it. It’s hard. It’s obviously not an ideal situation or what I planned on, but I’ve had a lot of great experiences with Our Motorsports, Chris Our and the entire Our family. They’ve given me a lot of opportunities.”

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