He is one of the favorites for Sunday's 68-lap race on the 3.41-mile, 20-turn circuit. Last year, he started 20th and finished fourth in a race plagued by heavy rain.
Chastain will have momentum and confidence on his side.
He led 42 laps at Atlanta on Sunday before a cut tire sent him into the wall and dropped him two laps behind the leader. The No. 1 team led by Crew Chief Phil Surgen never gave up and returned to the lead lap, and then used a push by Trackhouse teammate Daniel Suárez on the final lap to finish second.
Chastain's second-place finish and Suarez's fourth-place finish marked the first time the second year team placed its two cars in the top five. It also marked the fourth consecutive race a Trackhouse Chevrolet has battled for the lead in the closing laps.
The Chevrolet driver has led 125 laps in 2022 - the fourth most - and moved to 10th in points despite a last-place finish at the season-opening Daytona 500.
Chastain's No. 1 Chevrolet will carry the ONX Homes/iFLY Indoor Skydiving livery this weekend.
ONX Homes has over 10 communities and uses advanced offsite construction facilities to build sustainable, high-quality homes in half the time of on-site construction.
iFLY Indoor Skydiving currently has more than 80 locations world wide for people to experience the thrill of flying in one of their wind tunnels.
Both ONX Homes and iFLY Indoor Skydiving made appearances on Trackhouse Racing teammate Suárez's Chevrolet last year.
Fox will broadcast Sunday's race at 3:30 p.m. ET.