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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Todd Gilliland
Johnny Sauter is motivated to win this weekend to put himself back into championship contention.
Brandon Jones will start Friday night’s race inside the top 10, which gives him an early advantage over the rest of the field.
While avoiding the chalk play in Kyle Busch may be a risk, Johnny Sauter checks in at a much more affordable rate, has produced five victories at Texas and finished third in this race last year.
Johnny Sauter should be one of the faster trucks in Saturday's race, he has the potential to win and likely will also add finish differential points if he can make it to the finish
C.J. Radune picks this week's truck series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway where Kyle Busch is usually a good bet.
Past Fantasy Outlooks
KBM is gearing up big behind this driver and race team as Gilliland will take over the No. 4 entry full-time in 2019. The 18-year-old talent made 19 of 23 events with this race team last season and posted some respectably good numbers along the way. It was Gilliland's first near-full schedule in this division of NASCAR, so lessons were learned aplenty. Gilliland managed four Top-5, nine Top-10 finish, and he even grabbed a pole position at Martinsville. The youngster led over 200 combined laps for the season, so he did get a good taste for racing at the front of the pack. Now it's time for Gilliland to up the ante and grab his first-career win, and challenge for the championship. With the help of crew chief Marcus Richmond, it should happen.
KBM made big headlines in promoting Gilliland to the No. 4 Toyota Tundra in the off-season. He takes over the No. 4 truck that Christopher Bell raced to the championship in 2017. Gilliland will be paired with veteran crew chief, Marcus Richmond. The entire situation screams of the vote of confidence that owner Kyle Busch has in the young man. Gilliland turned heads in 2017 in just a part-time slate. The 17-year-old nabbed three Top-10 finishes in just six starts with KBM. Gilliland is the son of long-time NASCAR veteran David Gilliland. The apple didn't fall far from the tree. It's apparent that he has the racing gift. Gilliland won 12 races and back-to-back titles the last two years of racing in the K&N Pro Series West. That didn't happen by accident.
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Truck Series Effort with Front Row
Front Row Motorsports announced that the team would expand operations to the NASCAR Gander RV and Outdoors Truck Series in 2020 through an alliance with DGR-Crosley. Nineteen-year-old Gilliland is set to drive the team's No. 38 Ford F-150 in a full-time effort, Front Row Motorsports PR reports.
Wins NASCAR Hall of Fame 200
Gilliland won the NASCAR Hall of Fame 200 Gander Outdoors truck series race at Martinsville Speedway Saturday afternoon.
Runner-up Finish at Talladega
Gilliland finished second in the Sugarlands Shine 250 Gander Outdoors Truck Series race at Talladega Superspeedway Saturday afternoon.
Leads Opening Truck Practice
Gilliland was fastest in opening practice for the Chevrolet Silverado 250 Gander Outdoors Truck Series race at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park Saturday. He turned a fast lap of 111.187 mph.
Leads Pocono Happy Hour
Gilliland was fastest in Happy Hour practice for the Gander RV 150 Gander Outdoors Truck Series race at Pocono Raceway Friday. He turned a fast lap of 168.593 mph.