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2019 Truck Series Review, Pt. 2: Non-Playoff Drivers

In part one of our Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series review, we highlighted the eight drivers that qualified for the postseason. In part two, we’ll touch on the full-time drivers who missed the playoffs. 16. Jordan Anderson In his second full-time Truck Series campaign in as many years, Anderson …

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2019 Truck Series Review, Pt. 1: Playoff Drivers

Another year with the tough trucks of NASCAR has come and gone. With a familiar face hoisting the championship trophy, seven drivers were left wanting more as the checkered flag fell on 2019. 8. Tyler Ankrum In a season that saw him miss the first three events (age restriction), this …

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Justin Allgaier ‘Just Didn’t Have The Speed’ At Homestead, Finishes 4th In Championship

Justin Allgaier came into the 2019 championship race at Homestead-Miami Speedway with more momentum than anybody on the heels of his ISM Raceway victory last week. Unfortunately, for the driver of the No. 7 JR Motorsports Chevrolet, that momentum didn’t translate to anything on track. Allgaier struggled from the get …

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Tony Stewart, Joe Gibbs in Jovial Mood Ahead of Championship Clash

Instead of the three or four owners sitting at the podium for the championship owners press conference, it was only two. They happened to have a bit of history together, too. Tony Stewart and Joe Gibbs make up this years Championship 4 team owners. It just so happens the two …

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Brett Moffitt Back In Familiar Position, Albeit With Different Team At Homestead

Gunning for back-to-back championships, Brett Moffitt has one major similarity and one major difference from 2018 to this year. One is his facial hair, and one is his ride. The defending champion earned the title last season for Hattori Racing Enterprises, who was eliminated with driver Austin Hill last weekend …

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Christopher Bell Oozing Confidence, Ready For Redemption at Homestead

Christopher Bell is perhaps the highly-rated prospect in recent NASCAR memory. That’s what makes last year so surprising. In a season dominated by Bell and the No. 20, they rolled off the truck at Homestead-Miami Speedway slow, and couldn’t catch up for the remainder of the weekend. The minute 2018 …

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