Sheldon Creed lined up 17th for Sunday's event. Creed reported the truck was good during the long green flag run that opened the race, but was tough in dirty air back in the field.
The biggest issue for us all day was that we just fired off really tight, to start with. I had a really bad chatter in the front end early in the race and then for whatever reason, we started having some brake issues.
Natalie Decker on Racing at Gateway: “I’m thankful for Niece Motorsports and N29 Capital Partners for another opportunity to go racing,” said Decker.
Ty Majeski on Racing at Gateway: “Phil and this team are the defending winners at this track,” said Majeski. “So, we have a lot to live up to this weekend."
Hocevar on Racing at Gateway: "It’s been fun to get back behind the wheel of these trucks the last few weeks,” said Hocevar. “I’m really proud of the team’s effort last week at Dover, it’s definitely a tough track and I really feel like we were able to hold our own."
David Ragan will make his return to the NASCAR Gander RV and Outdoors Truck Series next weekend at the historic Darlington (S.C) Raceway. Ragan, who will make his first start at Darlington Raceway in a Truck, will return to the track with a familiar partner.
GMS Racing officials announced today that NASCAR Champion and two-time Southern 500 winner, Greg Biffle, will pilot the No. 24 Chevrolet for the upcoming NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series race at Darlington Speedway.
Thanks to major partner N29 Capital Partners LLC, Ruedebusch Development & Construction and her Niece Motorsports team, WWT Raceway 200 presented by CK Power, ToyotaCare 250, UNOH 200 presented by Ohio Logistics, and SpeedyCash.com 400 will see the No. 44 Chevrolet Silverado on the track.
Creed is currently sixth in the championship standings and is locked into the playoffs with his wins at Kentucky and the Daytona Road Course.
A fourth-place finish at Dover (Del.) International Speedway last weekend helped Todd Gilliland stay above the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series (NGROTS) playoff cut line, but only by four points.