Sauter Surprisingly Struggles As Chevrolet and GMS Racing Had Nothing For The Toyota’s Friday Night

HOMESTEAD, Fla – Sheldon Creed one day will be the story. Just not tonight. Creed, a GMS Racing driver who was making just his fifth start of the 2018 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season brought his No. 2 Chevrolet home fifth in Friday night’s Ford EcoBoost 200. That was the lone bright spot for GMS Racing on Friday. Creed, the 2018 ARCA Racing Series champion, will drive full time for the team in 2019. He’s got a bright future. But, on Friday, this night was about how disappointing the two…

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Brett Moffitt Wins Ford EcoBoost 200, 2018 Championship In Storybook Season

HOMESTEAD, Fla – What a story it was for Hattori Racing Enterprises and Brett Moffitt in 2018. From a start up team a few years ago, to not even knowing if they’d be able to run the full slate this season, to champion in November. It was a story made for movies. 

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Grant Enfinger Wins The Pole For Friday Night’s Ford EcoBoost 200 (8 p.m. ET/FS1/MRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio)

HOMESTEAD, Fla – The four Championship 4 members will all start near each other for tonight’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season finale at the Homestead-Miami Speedway. The only difference is, they will have two Truck in front of them. It’s kind of a surprise front row for Friday night’s Ford EcoBoost 200 (8 p.m. ET/FS1/MRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio) with Grant Enfinger earning his third career Truck Series pole. Enfinger, circled the 1.5-mile track with a lap of 169.348 mph in his No. 98 Ford in the third and final round of…

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Who’s Going To Win Friday’s Truck Series Championship?

We’re down to the final race of the 2018 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season. One race, four drivers vying to become season champ in Friday night’s Ford EcoBoost 20 (8 p.m. ET/FS1/MRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio). But, who’s it going to be as the champion when the smoke settles on Friday night? If I had to guess, here’s how I see the four finishing. 

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Harrison Burton To Move Into Full Season Ride With KBM In 2019

Noah Gragson is graduating to the NASCAR XFINITY Series for the 2019 season. The Las Vegas native has spent the past two years in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series with Kyle Busch Motorsports and will compete for a championship on Friday night in Homestead. That leaves his No. 18 Toyota open for a replacement for next season too. We now know who that replacement will be. On Wednesday, KBM announced that Safelite will return as the sponsor with Harrison Burton taking over the reigns with the team. That’s not…

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Sauter Looking To Add To Truck Series Legacy, His Teammate Justin Haley Eyeing 2018 Championship

The 2018 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series championship goes through GMS Racing. That’s just my opinion, but one that I feel is justified. They’ve been the most dominant team throughout the course of the season and have half of the field in the Championship 4. Out of them, I honestly feel this is Johnny Sauter’s title to lose. If he does win the championship, we have to start looking at him like a future Hall of Famer. I mean this would be championship No. 2 for the Wisconsin native. Both…

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Moffitt, Hattori Racing Enterprises The Little Team That Could

Hattori Racing Enterprises started off their NASCAR Camping World Truck Series career in 2013 with Brett Moffitt. Here they are five years later with Moffitt back as their driver with a shot at winning the 2018 championship. While on the surface it may seem like this team built with Moffitt for five years for this opportunity, but if you dig deeper, it’s far from it. That 2013 race at Michigan that Moffitt appeared in was the only start for the two sides together that year. The No. 16 entry actually…

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Will Engine Wars Dictate Who Wins Truck Series Championship Friday Night

After Friday night’s NACAR Camping World Truck Series race at Phoenix, a war between words between two teams have taken place. The war is all predicated by engine packages. Hattori Racing Enterprises have been using a OEM from Joe Gibbs Racing and Toyota. The engine according to some teams, had given them an advantage. While a majority of the teams have went with the spec engine produced by Ilmor or dubbed NT1. 

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Enfinger Comes Up Just Short As Both ThorSport Teammates Eliminated From Playoffs

AVONDALE, AZ – ThorSport Racing knew that they had a tall task on their hands in Friday night’s Lucas Oil 150 at the ISM Raceway in Phoenix. Both Grant Enfinger and Matt Crafton were the only two drivers on the outside looking in on the Championship 4 standings. Upon the drop of the checkered flag on Friday, the final four would be set. In order for ThorSport to be represented, they needed either Grant Enfinger or Matt Crafton to win. Despite their best efforts, both came up short. 

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Moffitt Makes Daring Late Race Pass To Win Lucas Oil 150, Championship 4 Set

AVONDALE, AZ – Four drivers entered Friday night’s Lucas Oil 150 at the ISM Raceway vying for the final two NASCAR Camping World Truck Series spots into the Championship 4. It was fitting that heading down to the final laps, three of them were running 1-2-3. On the last restart of the race, Grant Enfinger restarted first but Noah Gragson was right beside. If Enfinger won, Gragson had to hope that Brett Moffitt lost at least four spots on the track. One problem, Moffitt was restarting third. On the drop…

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