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Mark Taylor ranks the top drivers in the Truck Series as the movce to GMS Racing paid off big time for Johnny Sauter last season.
2018 Fantasy Outlook
Last year was a part-time effort by Hill at the Young's Motorsports team, but they'll be going full-time in the upcoming season. The No. 02 truck was split between a handful of drivers, but Hill will have the driver's seat all to himself in 2018. The team would grab three Top-10 finishes last season, and one of those was credited to Hill at Kentucky Speedway. In his 12 starts he nabbed five Top-15 finishes in addition to the Top 10. That's a pretty good base to build on for this season. Hill will enjoy the leadership of Chad Kendrick atop the pit box, and look to improve in his first full-time schedule.
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Truck Series Pole at Atlanta
In the Gander Outdoors Truck Series, Daytona winner Hill will start on the pole after qualifying was canceled Saturday. The lineup was set by owner points from last season, NBC Sports reports.
Wins NextEra Energy Resources 250
Hill won the NextEra Energy Resources 250 Gander Outdoors Truck Series race at Daytona International Speedway Friday night.
Leads Truck Series Happy Hour
Hill was fastest in Happy Hour practice for the NextEra Energy Resources 250 Gander Outdoors Truck Series race at Daytona International Speedway Thursday afternoon. He turned a fast lap of 192.943 mph.
Joins Hattori Racing
Hattori Racing Enterprises team owner Shige Hattori announced today that the organization is pleased to welcome Hill to drive the No. 16 Toyota Tundra in 2019, Hattori Racing PR reports.
Atlanta Motor Speedway is a track NASCAR Next driver, Hill, knows better than most. He's raced and won there numerous times before in Bandoleros and Legend cars. This Saturday, the 21-year-old competitor will compete at his hometown track for the first time in a national touring series as the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series comes to town, Austin Hill Racing PR reports.