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NASCAR Entry List: World of Westgate 200

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38 trucks are on the entry list for this weekend’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series World of Westgate 200. Barring any last-minute entry list changes, six trucks will miss the race.

There are plenty of changes for this week. Among part-time teams, Cory Roper returns to the series to drive the No. 04 for his family-owned organization, Roper Racing. Part-time driver Korbin Forrister also returns and will pilot his No. 7 truck.

Tate Fogleman will strap behind the wheel of the No. 12, which is a third truck for Young’s Motorsports. Fogleman’s teammates will be Tanner Thorson, who will drive the No. 20 along with full-timer Austin Hill.

Austin Theriault will make his first start of the season driving the No. 30 for On Point Motorsports. The new truck team is running a limited schedule this season with hopes of a full-time run in 2019.

Among the full-time efforts, Chris Eggleston will make his fourth start of the season in the No. 54 for DGR-Crosley Racing. Eggleston will be joined by rookie teammate Bo LeMastus who will pilot the No. 17 this weekend.

Timothy Peters will once again pilot the No. 25 for GMS Racing with sponsorship backing from Kingman Chevrolet. He replaces Dalton Sargeant in that truck after he parted ways with the team earlier this month.

Josh Reaume will drive the No. 33 for Reaume Brothers Racing while TJ Bell will wheel the No. 38 for Niece Motorsports.

Riley Herbst will race a fourth truck for Kyle Busch Motorsports, the No. 46. Joing Herbst at Kyle Busch Motorsports will be Brandon Jones in the No. 51.

Finally, Jesse Little will make another start in the No. 97 for JJL Motorsports.


The World of Westgate 200 will be held Friday, Sept. 14, at 9 p.m. ET, with TV coverage on FoxSports 1.

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A lifelong race fan, Zach Gillispie joined Frontstretch fresh out of high school in the summer of 2018 as a news writer. In addition, Zach coordinates Frontstretch's industry-wide weekly power rankings column. Originally from Charlotte, NC, he resides in western PA with his family. He currently attends Grove City College and is a die-hard fan of the Atlanta Braves. Follow Zach on Twitter @gillispie_zach

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