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  • 2019 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Team Chart and Discussion

    Lot of question marks when it comes to trucks but here is some of the known news

    A new team is running fulltime next year with a well known driver

    Rhodes is supposedly out at ThorSport

    Crafton most likely will be back at Thorsport, same for Sauter at GMS

    Todd Gilliland should be full time at KBM

    Harrison Burton has turned 18 so he is now eligible for the full season

    Both Dippel and Creed will run 4 races with GMS to close out the year, maybe one of them full time


  • Tyler97
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    Sheldon Creed confirmed full time for GMS

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  • ChesapeakeDiecast
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    Originally posted by brianmckeever View Post
    16 trucks for a small teams seems impressive..
    Doesn't necessarily mean there's 16 fully built trucks ready to roll onto a hauler

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  • davidgillilandfan38
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    oops, just now realized that the title sponsor on this topic is wrong

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  • brianmckeever
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    16 trucks for a small teams seems impressive..

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  • Astat
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    Originally posted by dimeadozen1012 View Post
    It looks like Cory Roper and Roper Racing (#04) have a plan in place to compete full-time in the Truck Series next year. According to a CatchFence.com article, they have a 20,000-square-foot shop, 16 trucks, and a nice rig. The article does mention a connection with Brad Keselowski Racing. Since they're running Fords, it's safe to assume that they purchased some of BKR's old trucks (Shane Whitbeck, the team's crew chief, also mentions that their Texas truck used to belong to BKR). In addition, Shane Whitbeck used to work for BKR.

    http://www.catchfence.com/279124/cor...0-race-preview
    It's been mentioned before that Roper got some BKR trucks. I think they basically got whatever wasn't purchased by ThorSport or JJL.

    Roper's impressed me from what little we've seen of him.

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  • dimeadozen1012
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    It looks like Cory Roper and Roper Racing (#04) have a plan in place to compete full-time in the Truck Series next year. According to a CatchFence.com article, they have a 20,000-square-foot shop, 16 trucks, and a nice rig. The article does mention a connection with Brad Keselowski Racing. Since they're running Fords, it's safe to assume that they purchased some of BKR's old trucks (Shane Whitbeck, the team's crew chief, also mentions that their Texas truck used to belong to BKR). In addition, Shane Whitbeck used to work for BKR.

    http://www.catchfence.com/279124/cor...0-race-preview

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