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2019 Gander Outdoors Truck Series Team / Driver Chart

2019 Rookie of the Year Candidates:

Tyler Dippel – No. 02 Young’s Motorsports Chevrolet
Sheldon Creed – No. 2 GMS Racing Chevrolet
Gus Dean – No. 12 Young’s Motorsports Chevrolet
Tyler Ankrum – No. 17 DGR-Crosley Chevrolet
Harrison Burton – No. 18 Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota
Natalie Decker – No. 54 DGR-Crosley Chevrolet
Anthony Alfredo – No. 54 DGR-Crosley Chevrolet

2019 Paint Schemes

#Driver(s)ManufacturerOrganizationCrew Chief
1Travis Kvapil
Bayley Currey
Stefan Parsons (Las Vegas)
ChevroletBeaver Motorsports?
- 2019 plans have not been announced; team withdrew from Daytona and Atlanta entry lists
- Currey drove at Texas but withdrew after a practice fire (3-29-19)
02Tyler Dippel*ChevroletYoung's MotorsportsChad Kendrick
2Sheldon Creed*ChevroletGMS RacingJeff Stankiewicz
- Jeff Stankiewicz replaces Doug Randolph as crew chief (7-23-19)
3Jordan Anderson
Carson Hocevar (Eldora)
ChevroletJordan Anderson RacingWally Rogers
- Wally Rogers replaces Kevin Eagle as crew chief prior to Kentucky
- Carson Hocevar in the No. 3 for Eldora (7-25-19)
04Cory RoperFordRoper RacingShane Whitbeck
- Roper plans a full season
- The No. 04 withdrew from Dover and hasn't entered a race since Texas in June
4Todd GillilandToyotaKyle Busch MotorsportsMarcus Richmond
- Gilliland returns for his first full season with Kyle Busch Motorsports after turning 18 the middle of last year. (3-29-19)
6Norm BenningChevroletNorm Benning RacingBrian Poff
7Korbin ForristerToyotaAll Out MotorsportsWally Rogers
8Angela Ruch
Joe Nemechek
ChevroletNEMCO MotorsportsGere Kennon Jr.
- Ruch initially had a multi-race deal with Nemechek but jumped over to Niece Motorsports after two starts in the No. 8
9Codie RohrbaughChevroletCR7 MotorsportsMike Shelton
10Jennifer Jo CobbChevroletJennifer Jo Cobb Racing?
12Gus Dean*ChevroletYoung's MotorsportsJeff Stankiewicz
- Dean has a full-season deal and is running for Rookie of the Year. (3-29-19)
13Johnny SauterFordThorSport RacingJoe Shear Jr.
- Sauter returns to ThorSport after being released from GMS Racing
16Austin HillToyotaHattori Racing EnterprisesScott Zipadelli
- Hill replaces 2018 Truck Series champion Brett Moffitt and will run the full season for Hattori. (3-29-19)
17Tyler Ankrum*
David Gilliland
Anthony Alfredo
Ryan Reed
ToyotaDGR-CrosleyKevin "Bono" Manion
- Ankrum will run full-time after his 18th birthday March 6
- Alfredo makes his GOTS debut at Atlanta
- Ryan Reed joins the team to run Las Vegas (2-20-19)
18Harrison Burton*ToyotaKyle Busch MotorsportsMike Hillman Jr.
- Burton to run full-time with KBM. (3-29-19)
19Derek KrausToyotaBill McAnally Racing
- Kraus will run select events for BMR in 2019 (1-23-19)
20Spencer BoydChevroletYoung's MotorsportsAndrew Abbott
21Sam Mayer (4 races)ChevroletGMS Racing
- Mayer's first start is expected to be Bristol in August (12-5-18)
22Austin Wayne Self
Bubba Wallace
ChevroletAM RacingEddie Troconis
- Wallace drove the truck at Martinsville and Texas
- Self suspended indefinitely; replacement driver TBD (4-1-19)
24Brett MoffittChevroletGMS RacingJerry Baxter
27Myatt SniderFordThorSport RacingVance Haefele
- 2018 ROTY will run a part-time schedule (2-12-19)
28Bryan DauzatChevroletJim Rosenblum RacingJim Rosenblum
- Team has only entered Daytona
30Brennan PooleToyotaOn Point MotorsportsSteve Lane
33Josh Reaume
Daniel Sasnett (Martinsville)
ChevroletReaume Brothers RacingJohn Reaume
- Sasnett drove the truck at Martinsville after failing to qualify in the No. 34
34Jason White (Daytona)
Daniel Sasnett (Martinsville)
Jesse Iwuji
ChevroletReaume Brothers RacingGregory Rayl
- Team did not enter Atlanta
- Jesse Iwuji drove Las Vegas and Texas
35Bayley CurreyToyotaVizion Motorsports
- Currey announced part-time schedule; team expected to debut at Atlanta (2-9-19)
42Robby Lyons
Chad Finley
Garrett Smithley (Texas)
ChevroletChad Finley Racing, Inc.Bruce Cook
- Team skipped a couple races after a freak accident leaving Atlanta
- Smithley drove the truck at Texas
43Tony MrakovichChevroletTony Mrakovich RacingTBA
- Mrakovich announced he would run a part-time schedule in 2019; no specifics were announced (1-2-19)
Mrakovich's first race was Martinsville. He DNQ'd. (3-29-19)
44Timothy Peters
Angela Ruch (12 races)
Reid Wilson
ChevroletNiece MotorsportsCody Efaw
Peters ran the first three races for Niece but failed to bring sponsorship money beyond that.
- Wilson ran Martinsville
- Ruch announced a 12-race deal (3-23-19)
45Ross Chastain
Reid Wilson
ChevroletNiece MotorsportsPhil Gould
- Justin Fontaine announced he would retire after the 2018 season
- Chastain and Wilson will share the ride for 2019
46Raphael Lessard (3 races)ToyotaKyle Busch MotorsportsTBA
- Lessard will make his GOTS debut at Martinsville; also scheduled to run Dover and Bristol (2-15-19)
47Chris FontaineToyotaChris Fontaine, Inc.Kevin Ingram
- Limited schedule this season. Next race may not be until Talladega Superspeedway this fall (3-29-19)
49Ray CiccarelliChevroletCMI MotorsportsJoe Lax
- New team, former number owned by Premium Motorsports. Ciccarelli to run the first seven Truck races of the season and then "see how it goes." (3-29-19)
51Kyle Busch (5 races)
Christian Eckes (7 races)
Brandon Jones (5 races)
Greg Biffle (Texas 2)
ToyotaKyle Busch MotorsportsRyan "Rudy" Fugle
- Busch scheduled to run Atlanta, Las Vegas (3-1), Martinsville (3-23), Texas (3-29) and Charlotte (1-28-19)
- Eckes scheduled to run Daytona, Gateway, Pocono, Las Vegas (9-13), Martinsville (10-26), Homestead (2-5-19)
- Jones scheduled to run Dover, Kansas, Chicagoland, Kentucky, Phoenix (2-4-19)
- Greg Biffle announced for June Texas race (3-27-19)
52Stewart FriesenChevroletHalmar Friesen RacingTrip Bruce
54Natalie Decker (17 races)*
Anthony Alfredo*
Kyle Strickler (Eldora)
ToyotaDGR-CrosleyFrank Kerr
- Alfredo and Decker, both rookies, will split this ride. Alfredo said after a wreck at Texas his next event is at Charlotte in May. (3-29-19)
- Decker added six races with sponsorship from N29 Technologies (4-9-19)
- Kyle Strickler joined DGR-Crosley for Eldora Speedway (7-25-19
56Timmy Hill
Tyler Hill
- Team announced a part-time schedule with brothers Timmy and Tyler Hill sharing driving duties; debut at Martinsville (3-14-19)
63Bobby Gerhart
Timmy Hill
Scott Stenzel
Dawson Cram
ChevroletCopp MotorsportsMark Freeman
- 2019 scheduled not announced; team did not enter Texas (3-29-19)
68Clay GreenfieldChevroletClay Greenfield MotorsportsDanny Gill
- Team only entered Daytona
75Parker Kligerman (6-8 races)ChevroletHenderson MotorsportsChris Carrier
80B.J. McLeod (Atlanta)FordJacob Wallace Racing?
- McLeod announced for Atlanta (1-23-19)
- Team withdrew from Martinsville with no driver listed
82Spencer DavisFordRette Jones RacingMark Rette
- No word on season schedule; Davis DNQ at Daytona
87Joe Nemechek
Timmy Hill
ChevroletNEMCO MotorsportsDuke Whiseant
- Will run the distance when sponsorship allows. Hill drove the truck at Texas. (3-29-19)
88Matt CraftonFordThorSport RacingCarl "Junior" Joiner Jr.
92Austin Theriault (4 races)ChevroletRicky Benton Racing EnterprisesMichael Hester
- Theriault says the team will do all the east coast races local to their home base. Next up for them is Atlanta. (2-15-19)
97Jesse Little (12-15 races) FordJJL MotorsportsJR Norris
98Grant EnfingerFordThorSport RacingJeff Hensley
99Ben RhodesFordThorSport RacingMatt Noyce
* = Sunoco Rookie of the Year Contender

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