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Turn One Racing Turning Back To The Truck Series

Stacy Compton’s team is going back into full-time Truck Series competition. The No. 60 Chevrolet organization announced Dakoda Armstrong Tuesday as the driver for what they hope to be a full, 22-race schedule. They’ll get support from RCR as the Truck Series sophomore hopes to pick up where he left off in 2012; a ride he had with Thorsport was cut short due to limited funding.

For Daytona, Winfield, a Land O’Lakes company that specializes in seed and crop protection products, will back the team. Armstrong is working to secure additional funding after a roller-coaster rookie season that did include one impressive performance – a third at Michigan in August. Overall, he has two top-10 results in 22 career starts in the Truck Series.

Armstrong will also run a limited schedule with RCR in Nationwide (see above) driving the No. 33 Chevrolet. As for Compton, who dabbled in Sprint Cup competition last year, there’s no word whether his start-and-park No. 74 operation will reappear on that side of the fence.

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