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34 NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series teams are currently on tap to attempt the M&M’s 200 at Iowa Speedway this weekend, meaning two will fail to make the race, barring changes to the entry list.
Raphael Lessard will attempt his third race of the season, having finished in the top 15 for both of his previous starts. Both were for Kyle Busch Motorsports. This time, Lessard is in DGR-Crosley’s No. 17. Although Tyler Ankrum was scheduled to drive the full season in the truck, the team was not able to secure sponsorship for Iowa Speedway.
Kyle Benjamin enters his second race of 2019 in Niece Motorsports’ No. 45. Ross Chastain, who drove the No. 38 last week for the team, will helm its No. 44 at Iowa.
Jennifer Jo Cobb enters her second race in the No. 0 truck this season for her team, its second appearance of 2019. K&N East driver Juan Manuel Gonzalez will be behind the wheel of the No. 10. Gonzalez did not qualify for his only other 2019 entry at Martinsville Speedway.
CJ McLaughlin and Mason Massey will attempt their Truck Series debuts at Iowa, with McLaughlin in Reaume Brothers Racing’s No. 33 and Massey in the team’s No. 34. Daniel Sasnett will race again for Reaume, this time in the No. 32. Sasnett finished 30th at Martinsville for the team in its No. 33.
Lou Goss will attempt his debut at Iowa as well for his own team, the No. 74. Goss is a veteran of several series, among them Super Stocks and Late Models.
Camden Murphy will pilot the No. 8 for NEMCO Motorsports for the second time this season. Murphy finished 30th at Charlotte Motor Speedway in the truck.
Jesse Little’s sixth start of 2019 will come at Iowa, once again in the No. 97. Little has a best finish of 13th at Texas, finishing 14th in his most recent race at Charlotte.
Tyler Hill will make his second start of 2019 for Hill Motorsports, the first a 20th-place effort at Dover International Speedway.
The 2019 M&M’s 200 will be underway on Saturday, June 15, at 8 p.m. ET