Todd Gilliland To Drive No. 4 Toyota With KBM For 19 Truck Races In 2018, Details For Entry Confirmed

Kyle Busch Motorsports announced today that Todd Gilliland will drive the No. 4 Tundra in 19 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series events in 2018 and vie for the Sunoco Rookie of the Year honors. The 17-year-old will make his 2018 debut at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway March 24 and then race at Dover (Del.) International Speedway May before running the remainder of the schedule starting at Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway May 18 after he becomes eligible to compete on larger tracks when he turns 18 on May 15. David Gilliland, Todd’s…

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Making Sense Of ThorSport Seeking A New Manufacturer In The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series For 2018

ThorSport Racing announced on Tuesday that they have mutually agreed to end their six-year relationship with Toyota Racing. It’s some shocking news to say the least. ThorSport has become one of the most successful NASCAR Camping World Truck Series teams over the last six years, all of which have come under Toyota power. The organization first joined Toyota for the 2012 season, and immediately won two championships in the first three years with them. In fact, all 14 of their victories in the series have come with Toyota. The team…

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Cody Coughlin Signs With GMS Racing For 2018 Truck Series Season

Adding to the 2018 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series lineup, GMS Racing officials announced on Tuesday the addition of Cody Coughlin to the Statesville-based team. Climbing back behind the wheel of a Chevrolet for the first time since 2013 in Late Models, Coughlin will drive the No. 2 JEGS Chevrolet Silverado for his second full-time NCWTS season. With 35 Truck Series starts under his belt already, including his first full-time season last year, Coughlin is poised to have his best season yet.  Ending 2017 with a career-best finish of third at…

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Textron, Safelite To Sponsors Races With Kyle Busch Motorsports

It’s been a great 24 hours for Kyle Busch Motorsports. On Thursday, the team announced a primary sponsorship deal for a company that will be on a truck for team owner Kyle Busch during the 2018 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Busch, will compete in five NASCAR Camping World Truck Series events in 2018. Busch’s Tundra will carry primary sponsorship from Textron Aviation, an aircraft industry leader that provides its customers with the most versatile and comprehensive general aviation product portfolio in the world. He will race twice behind the…

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Sargeant Joins GMS Racing For 2018 Truck Series Season

With the start of the 2018 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season being only 35 days away, GMS Racing officials are proud to announce the addition of Dalton Sargeant to their driver lineup. Competing for Rookie of the Year honors this season, Sargeant will be the driver of the No. 25 GMS Racing Chevrolet Silverado. Sargeant will move to the NCWTS full time after successful seasons competing in the ARCA Racing Series and NASCAR K&N Pro Series.  The 19-year-old most recently recorded four wins, one pole award, 20 top-five finishes, 2016…

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Harrison Burton To Return To Kyle Busch Motorsports For 9 Races In 2018

Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM) announced today that Harrison Burton will return to the organization in 2018 with an expanded NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) schedule. Burton will drive the No. 51 Tundra in nine NCWTS races this season, beginning March 24 at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway. Burton, the son of former NASCAR driver Jeff Burton, made his Truck Series debut with KBM at Martinsville in October of 2016 and enters 2018 with seven NCWTS starts under his belt. In six NCWTS starts in 2017, he recorded an average finish of…

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Despite Best Season In NASCAR, Truex Won’t Be Returning To Hattori Racing In 2018

Hattori Racing Enterprises announced on Thursday that the organization will once again compete full-time on the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series tour in 2018. Coming off HRE’s breakthrough, inaugural full-time campaign in 2017 in which the team tallied two pole positions, eight top-five’s, and 13 top-10 finishes, the No. 16 team is even better positioned for 2018 with an upgraded fleet of Toyota Tundras and Toyota Racing Development support. But, part of the press release stated that Ryan Truex wouldn’t be returning as the driver though. That’s shocking because Truex…

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