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GMS Racing’s stout 2020 NASCAR Truck Series lineup just got bigger.
Brett Moffitt held on in a three-lap shootout to win the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series playoff opener at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Sheldon Creed will continue his battle for a spot in the Gander Outdoors NASCAR Truck Series playoffs without three key members of his team.
Brett Moffitt got this win the old fashioned way – he finished first.
Brett Moffitt will have the chance to defend his 2018 championship in the NASCAR Truck Series.
GMS Racing and 2016 NASCAR Truck Series champion Johnny Sauter have parted ways effective immediately.
After earning his first series win, John Hunter Nemechek will get the opportunity to compete for a NASCAR Xfinity Series championship next season.
One year ago, Brett Moffitt didn’t have a ride, now he’s a NASCAR champion.
This weekend GMS Racing will have two of the four drivers vying for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series title.
Newly-crowned ARCA champion Sheldon Creed will join GMS Racing for a full-time ride in the Camping World Truck Series championship.
Justin Haley snagged a final four spot and the race win in dramatic fashion at Texas Motor Speedway Friday.
Justin Haley scored an impressive sixth-place finish at Martinsville while his teammate Johnny Sauter took the win advanced to the Championship 4.
Johnny Sauter will once again compete for the Camping World Truck Series championship.
Timothy Peters had no intentions of curtailing his full-time career driving in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series but he didn’t have a say in the decision.
Spencer Gallagher announced at Kansas Speedway that he’ll step away from driving at the end of the season to focus on GMS Racing operations.
Johnny Sauter heads to Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway with a 17-point lead over Noah Gragson in the first cutoff race of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series playoffs.
Tyler Dippel named to GMS Racing’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series lineup for the final four races of the season.
ARCA Racing points leader Sheldon Creed has landed a four-race Truck deal with GMS Racing.
Driver Cody Coughlin will not finish the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season with GMS Racing.
The second race of the NASCAR Camping World Series playoffs will take place at Las Vegas Motor Speedway and GMS Racing drivers Johnny Sauter and Justin Haley are ready to keep moving forward.
Bill Elliott’s first NASCAR race in six years “was a lot of fun” but don’t expect to see the Hall of Famer again.