2021 Camping World Truck Series

DanicaFreak

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WOW.

Shes just a kid having fun. Love to see it. Enjoy while you can.

great post, not sure how I missed it
 

Kiante

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Lessard had put a statement out, but it has been deleted. Basically, his sponsors may or may not have backed out.

No word on what happens to the 24 ride, however GMS is hurting mega for sponsors. Smith and Creed have been largely unsponsored this season. We'll see what happens come Richmond.
 

StandOnIt

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These ringers always look good on paper until they drop the flag. Back to back Trans Am2 champion :idunno:

Cameron Lawrence to Make NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Debut at Circuit of the Americas​

Based in Austin, Texas, Lawrence has a successful sportscar racing resume. He previously won the IMSA Tequila Patron Endurance Championship, including the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona. He has a lengthy history in the Trans Am Series, where he clenched two back-to-back Trans Am Championships. His successful history in the Trans Am Series positions him in first for all-time TA2 class wins.

 

DanicaFreak

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I think Bristol dirt showed that ringers have limited success in these cars.

Ambrose and the 'dinger are about the best "wringers" I have seen
 

hmmm298

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I hear you Big E was not a fan. The rooster and MM were good at it. Rusty
Also it totally slipped my mind, but in that aspect, and especially given the AJ and Ambrose both raced full time in cup, how about Montoya. He was arguably the ultimate road course ringer of the modern era IMO. He also had a rather unique personality and would not really back down, which I respect. I also grew u;p watching him in Cart, Indy, F1 etc.
 
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