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Atlanta Motor Speedway, February 2019. (Photo: Zach Catanzareti)

All Out Motorsports Reportedly Shuttering Truck Series Operation

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NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series team All Out Motorsports has shut down, according to a tweet by team crew chief Wally Rogers.

Owned and operated by driver Korbin Forrister and his family, All Out began operations in 2018, competing in a part-time schedule. An outlier was Charlotte, where the No. 7 Toyota Tundra failed to make the race after qualifying was rained out, and at Texas Motor Speedway, when the organization fielded Reid Wilson instead of Forrister in the No. 7.

Forrister was on the entry lists for eight races this season, failing to qualify for Daytona International Speedway and withdrawing from Kansas Speedway. The last race he ran was at Charlotte Motor Speedway, where Forrister finished 25th.

The team’s best finish in 2019 was a 14th-place effort at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Neither Forrister nor All Out itself has provided an official statement at this time.

Forrister has started 48 Truck Series races since 2014, with a best finish of 12th at Daytona in 2015.

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Adam Cheek joined Frontstretch as a contributing writer in January 2019. A 2020 graduate of VCU, he works as a producer and talent for Entercom Richmond's radio stations. In addition to motorsports journalism, Adam also covered and broadcasted numerous VCU athletics for the campus newspaper and radio station during his four years there. He's been a racing fan since the age of three, inheriting the passion from his grandfather, who raced in amateur events up and down the East Coast in the 1950s.