MHR, entering its third full season in the series, is expanding to a two-truck operation and is aligning with Chevrolet as it fields Chevrolet Silverados beginning this season.
“It’s so rewarding to see this program continue to progress each year and I’m excited to have the pieces in place to take the next step for our organization with a second truck, Hill said.
Toyota swept the manufacturer titles in all three series on the ARCA Menards platform.
Chevrolet has won the NASCAR Cup Series Manufacturer’s Championship for a series-leading 40th time.
For the seventh time in the last nine seasons, Toyota has won the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Manufacturer’s title. Toyota clinched the title a race before the conclusion of the 2021 season early on the strength of 14 in the first 21 events on the Truck Series schedule.
“We’ve worked hard to enhance the features of the current race truck to continue to closely align with the production vehicle. We’re really looking forward to seeing our 2022 Silverado on track in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series next season.”
ThorSport Racing announces today its partnership with Toyota Racing for the upcoming 2021 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season and beyond.
ThorSport announced on Monday they have parted ways with Ford ahead of the 2021 Camping World Truck Series season and will announce new manufacture at a later date.
RSS Racing is thrilled to announce it has joined the Ford racing team in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. Ryan Sieg will drive the No. 39 Ford Mustang for the full 33 race schedule with primary sponsor CMR Construction and Roofing. The team will be powered by Roush Yates engines.
At the conclusion of the Desert Diamond Casio West Valley 200 at Phoenix Raceway, Chevrolet clinched the Bill France Performance Cup in...