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  • 2018 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Team Chart & Weekly Discussion

    Austin Hill will run full time in the Truck Series as part of Young's Motorsports in 2018. Austin will drive the #02 Chevrolet with Chad Kendrick as the crew chief.
    Last edited by donnyh83; 11-10-2017, 02:25 PM.

  • WINNERS_CIRCLE24
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    Jesse Little will debut at Atlanta, he bought a few bkr trucks.

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  • Lucstar88
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    https://www.frontstretch.com/2018/01...ies-part-time/

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  • rookiechamp
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    Originally posted by NascarUnderdogs View Post
    David Gilliland racing merges with Crosley Sports group and has purchased Red Horse racing- will field entries in late model, K&N, ARCA and NASCAR Trucks
    My bet is that they will probably have David racing part time with other pay drivers and Lemastus.

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  • Baynefanatic6
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    Guess ThorSport just became my favorite truck team.

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  • NascarUnderdogs
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    Thorsport officially to Ford .No drivers announced other then Crafton

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  • NascarUnderdogs
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    Originally posted by Lucstar88 View Post
    That's a big expansion for Gilliland, I remember him fielding some late models for Lessard, the Canadian.

    But having another Truck team is good news! Hope it works out!
    at least its not a start up,and with red horse trucks,they will be good right off the start

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  • Lucstar88
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    That's a big expansion for Gilliland, I remember him fielding some late models for Lessard, the Canadian.

    But having another Truck team is good news! Hope it works out!

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  • NascarUnderdogs
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    David Gilliland racing merges with Crosley Sports group and has purchased Red Horse racing- will field entries in late model, K&N, ARCA and NASCAR Trucks
    Breaking News...DGR merges with CROSLEY Sports Group. David Gilliland Racing merges with CROSLEY Sports Group to form DGR-CROSLEY, a new driver...

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  • Tyler97
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    Fair points. Just saying as far as the Trucks, marketing the rookies is more important than guys like Crafton and Sauter.

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  • ElvisOnFire
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    Agreed. Growing up in the early 2000s everyone coming up was giving a lot of press. The search was on for the next Gordon. It was definitely easier as a young fan to gravitate towards and young gun. Now it's JR, Danica, and Chase.

    And I also agree that NASCAR.com has been piss poor for a long while.

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  • Lastlap
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    Then there needs to be more TV time for them, on track and off track segments. More .com interviews and articles.

    I rarely go to Nascar.com because the writing and the articles are crap. They only care about Cup & Danica.

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  • Tyler97
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    NASCAR needs to get fans interested in the young drivers and market them as the next stars, especially with all the veteran Cup stars retiring recently

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  • AuzGrams
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    As long as there's 12-15 competitive trucks fighting for 8 spots I guess that's enough.

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  • tmush3
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    The series has bee surviving in 10-15 fulltime drivers from sometime now

    In 2017, 12 drivers ran the entire schedule
    in 2016, 14 drivers ran the entire schedule
    in 2015, 13 drivers ran the entire schedule
    in 2014, 13 drivers ran the entire schedule
    in 2012, 17 drivers ran the entire schedule
    in 2010, 16 drivers ran the entire schedule
    in 2008, 16 drivers ran the entire schedule
    in 2006, 19 drivers ran the entire schedule
    in 2003, 13 drivers ran the entire schedule
    in 2000, 18 drivers ran the entire schedule
    in 1995, only 10 drivers ran he entire schedule

    only in 2004, and 2005, did 20+ drivers run the entire schedule.

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