2021 NASCAR Truck Series playoff grid is set
The ten-driver field is set for the 2021 NASCAR Truck Series playoffs.
|1||John Hunter Nemechek||Kyle Busch Motorsports||Toyota||5||2049|
|2||Austin Hill||Hattori Racing||Toyota||2||2021|
|3||Ben Rhodes||ThorSport Racing||Toyota||2||2019|
|4||Todd Gilliland||Front Row Motorsports||Ford||1||2015|
|5||Sheldon Creed||GMS Racing||Chevrolet||1||2011|
|6||Zane Smith||GMS Racing||Chevrolet||0||2009|
|7||Matt Crafton||ThorSport Racing||Toyota||0||2004|
|8||Carson Hocevar||Niece Motorsports||Chevrolet||0||2002|
|Kyle Busch Motorsports||Toyota||0||2001|
|10||Stewart Friesen||Halmar Friesen Racing||Toyota||0||2001|
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