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The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series is going short-track racing yet again this weekend, visiting Richmond Raceway for the Worldwide Express 250.
With 42 trucks currently entered, six will fail to qualify, barring any entry list changes.
Tyler Hill returns in Hill Motorsports’ part-time No. 5, while Norm Benning is back to make another attempt at his first start of the season in his No. 6.
Rajah Caruth and Spire Motorsports are back in the series, driving the No. 7.
Trey Hutchens is entered in his own No. 14.
Joey Gase will compete for Young’s Motorsports, driving its No. 20, while Kaden Honeycutt returns to On Point Motorsports’ No. 30.
Bret Holmes follows up his start in his family-owned ARCA Menards Series car last weekend at Michigan International Speedway with a race in his team’s No. 32 truck.
The Reaume Brothers Racing entries, the Nos. 33 and 43, will be piloted by Nick Leitz and Josh Reaume, respectively.
Chad Chastain is entered in Niece Motorsports’ No. 44. Kris Wright had piloted the truck in every race so far in 2022.
G2G Racing returns to the track after a few-race break with Brennan Poole in the No. 46.
Justin Carroll will again attempt his series debut in his No. 90.
Peck Motorsports is at the track for the first time in 2022, fielding the No. 96 for Mason Maggio.
The trucks hit the track Saturday, Aug. 13, at 8 p.m. ET, with TV coverage from FOX Sports 1.
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