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Entry List: 2020 Lucas Oil 150

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It is the last hurrah in 2020 for the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series, and 33 trucks are slated to make the trip west for the Lucas Oil 150 at Phoenix Raceway.

Although it will be the smallest field since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent field size increase, there are several notable changes throughout the field.

Among them will be Dylan Lupton, who will return to the series along with the No. 17 DGR-Crosley team, which elected to skip the Martinsville Speedway contest.

The Hill brothers will swap places, as Tyler Hill returns to the seat of their No. 56 Chevrolet.

Robby Lyons and Diversified Motorsports Enterprises will be back on track together. Lyons will wheel DME’s No. 97 Chevrolet for owner Logan Puckett.

Both Reaume Brothers Racing entries, the No. 00 and No. 33, do not currently have a driver listed. BJ McLeod and team owner Josh Reaume drove the two trucks at Martinsville.

The No. 44 Niece Motorsports Chevrolet is not listed after having competed in every other event this season. Niece will still have Ryan Truex, Carson Hocevar and Trevor Bayne piloting their other three trucks.

2020 Lucas Oil 150 Entry List

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