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2022 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series

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Ben Rhodes, the defending Camping World Truck Series champion.
Ben Rhodes, the defending Camping World Truck Series champion.

The 2022 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will be the 28th season of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, a stock car racing series sanctioned by NASCAR in the United States. The season will kick off with the NextEra Energy 250 on February 18 at Daytona International Speedway, and will end with the Lucas Oil 150 on November 4 at Phoenix Raceway.

Teams and drivers

Complete schedule

Manufacturer Team No. Race driver Crew chief
Chevrolet CR7 Motorsports 9 Blaine Perkins (R)[1] Doug George[1]
GMS Racing 23 Grant Enfinger[2] TBA
24 Jack Wood[3] TBA
McAnally-Hilgemann Racing[4] 19 Derek Kraus[4] Shane Wilson
91 Colby Howard (R)[5] Mark Hillman
Niece Motorsports 40 Dean Thompson (R)[6] TBA
42 Carson Hocevar[7] TBA
44 Kris Wright[8] Wally Rogers
45 Lawless Alan (R)[9] TBA
Rackley WAR 25 Matt DiBenedetto (R)[10] Chad Kendrick[10]
Young's Motorsports 12 Spencer Boyd[11] Ryan London[11]
Ford David Gilliland Racing[12] 1 Hailie Deegan[13] Mike Hillman Jr.[13]
15 Tanner Gray[14] Jerry Baxter[14]
17 TBA 7–8 TBA
Ryan Preece 7[15]
Taylor Gray 8–9[16]
Front Row Motorsports 38 Zane Smith[17] Chris Lawson[17]
Toyota Halmar Friesen Racing 52 Stewart Friesen TBA
Hattori Racing Enterprises 16 Tyler Ankrum[18] Scott Zipadelli[18]
61 Chase Purdy[19] Matt Lucas[20]
Hill Motorsports[21] 56 Timmy Hill TBA
TBA TBA TBA
Kyle Busch Motorsports 4 John Hunter Nemechek[22] Eric Phillips[22]
18 Chandler Smith[23] Danny Stockman Jr.[23]
51 Corey Heim 15[24] Mardy Lindley[24]
Kyle Busch 5[24]
TBA 3
On Point Motorsports 30 Tate Fogleman[25] TBA
ThorSport Racing 13 TBA TBA
88 Matt Crafton[26] TBA[27]
98 TBA TBA
99 Ben Rhodes[26] Rich Lushes
TBA Reaume Brothers Racing TBA TBA TBA TBA
Chris Hacker TBA[28]

Limited schedule

Manufacturer Team No. Race driver Crew chief Rounds
Chevrolet Mike Affarano Motorsports
with Roger Carter
[29]
TBA TBA TBA 2[29]
Niece Motorsports TBA Tyler Carpenter[30] TBA 1[31]
Norm Benning Racing 6 Norm Benning[32] TBA TBA
Spire Motorsports[33] TBA TBA Kevin Manion[33] TBA
Young's Motorsports 02 Jesse Little[34] TBA 12[34]
Toyota Glory 2 God Racing[35] TBA Tim Viens TBA TBA
Halmar Friesen Racing TBA Todd Bodine[36] TBA 6[36]
Chevrolet 1
Toyota TBA
Henderson Motorsports 75 Parker Kligerman Chris Carrier 10–11

Silly Season news and updates

Confirmed changes

Teams

  • On April 30, 2021, Bill McAnally Racing West Series driver Cole Moore revealed that McAnally-Hilgemann Racing, the Truck Series team Bill McAnally co-owns, may expand to two teams full-time in 2022.[37] On September 9, MHR announced that Colby Howard would drive full-time for the team in 2022 and it would most likely be in the team's new second truck. Howard previously drove the No. 15 for JD Motorsports in the Xfinity Series part-time in 2020 and full-time in 2021 until September.[5] (McAnally-Hilgemann is working on a contract for Derek Kraus to return to the team's No. 19 truck.[4])
  • On May 27, 2021, Tim Viens announced plans to field his own Truck Series team for the 2022 season, Glory 2 God Racing, after buying some Toyotas from Kyle Busch Motorsports. He has yet to announce if the team will run full-time or part-time, the number, and crew chief. Viens himself would likely drive at least some of the races the team runs.[35]
  • On November 23, 2021, Cup Series team Spire Motorsports announced plans to expand to the Truck Series in 2022. It has yet to be determined if they will field their one truck full-time or part-time and who their driver(s) will be.[33]
  • On November 28, 2021, former ARCA Menards Series team owner Roger Carter posted on Facebook that he and Mike Affarano would be jointly fielding a truck at Martinsville and Bristol.[29] The legitimacy of the entry and whether it will make it to the track has been questioned by social media users given Carter's numerous past legal issues as well as issues surrounding Affarano's team in the past, including how the team had to withdraw from last race they attempted, in 2020 at Homestead, due to outdated equipment. The truck that Affarano and Carter purchased was last used by NTS Motorsports, a team that closed down in 2016.[38] The team's driver(s), number, crew chief and sponsor(s) have all yet to be announced.
  • On December 1, 2021, Hattori Racing Enterprises announced that they would expand to a two-truck operation in 2022, with the No. 61, driven by Chase Purdy, as its new second full-time truck.[39]
  • On December 2, 2021, David Gilliland revealed in an interview with Dustin Albino from Jayski that his David Gilliland Racing team would field three full-time trucks in 2022. The No. 17, which was previously a part-time truck, will now be fielded full-time with Taylor Gray continuing to drive part-time along with other drivers sharing the ride with him.[12]
  • On December 6, 2021, Hill Motorsports announced that they would expand to a two-truck operation in 2022. The second truck will be fielded full-time with multiple drivers sharing the ride. The drivers, the number and the crew chief of the second truck have not been announced yet.[40]
  • On December 7, 2021, it was announced that GMS Racing would be downsizing from 5 full-time trucks to 2 in 2022 as a result of the team expanding into the Cup Series through their acquisition of the majority of Richard Petty Motorsports. The trucks that were closed down are the Nos. 2, 21 and 26. The drivers of those trucks in 2021 (Sheldon Creed, Zane Smith and Tyler Ankrum, respectively) all left the team. The team intends to sell the 2021 owner points from those teams to GMS-affiliated teams, as NASCAR's owner points policies are used for the first three races of 2022 and will be used for financial bonuses under NASCAR's bonus money policies. Those teams that acquire the points will be announced before Daytona.[41]
  • On December 23, 2021, CR7 Motorsports announced a full time schedule with Blaine Perkins as the driver of the No. 9 truck.

Drivers

  • On June 12, 2021, Reaume Brothers Racing stated that Lawless Alan could run a full season for their team in 2022. He drove part-time for RBR and Niece Motorsports in 2021.[42] On November 4, Niece Motorsports announced that Alan would drive the No. 45 full-time in 2022.[43]
  • On July 16, 2021, 2020 Truck Series champion Sheldon Creed stated in an interview that he would like to move up to the Xfinity Series full-time in 2022.[44] He has driven full-time for GMS Racing in the No. 2 full-time since 2019. On September 14, it was announced that Creed would drive full-time for Richard Childress Racing in the Xfinity Series in 2022.[45]
  • On August 26, 2021, it was announced that Jack Wood, who drove most of the season in the GMS Racing No. 24 truck in 2021 after the team released Raphaël Lessard during the season due to lack of funding, would return to the team in 2022 to run full-time in the No. 24 truck.[3]
  • On September 2, 2021, Jerry Freeze, the general manager of Front Row Motorsports, stated in an interview with Dave Moody on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio that the team was considering starting an Xfinity Series team in 2022 and if they do so, Todd Gilliland, FRM's Truck Series driver, could move up to that series and drive that car full-time. Anthony Alfredo, one of FRM's Cup Series drivers who was rumored to lose his Cup Series ride as a result of FRM being rumored to close down his No. 38 car and sell the car's charter to 23XI Racing (which fell through), was rumored as Gilliland's replacement in the FRM No. 38 truck or for the FRM Xfinity Series car with Gilliland remaining in the Truck Series.[46] However, the team confirmed on November 9 that Alfredo would not be driving for them in 2022 regardless of series.[47] On November 30, FRM announced that Gilliland would move up to the Cup Series for the team in their No. 38 car while Zane Smith would leave GMS Racing to replace Gilliland in the No. 38 truck in 2022.[17]
  • On September 18, 2021, Marcus Lemonis, the CEO of series title sponsor Camping World, tweeted that he would like to see two-time Truck Series champion and NASCAR on Fox analyst Todd Bodine return to the series to run six races in order to reach 800 starts in NASCAR's top three series. If 800 fans tweeted their approval, Lemonis and Camping World would sponsor him in these six races.[48] The goal was reached on October 1, making the deal official. On December 13, it was announced that Bodine would run his six races in a second truck for Stewart Friesen's Halmar Friesen Racing team.[36] The team fielded a second truck, the No. 62, for Stewart's wife Jessica Friesen in the two dirt races in 2021. It has yet to be announced if the No. 62 will be Bodine's number.
  • On October 1, 2021, GMS Racing announced that Grant Enfinger would drive their No. 23 truck full-time in 2022 and 2023, replacing Chase Purdy. He returns to the team after previously driving for them in ARCA in 2014 and 2015, where he won the 2015 championship. He also drove part-time for GMS in the Truck Series in 2016 where he won at Talladega.[2] Enfinger drove the No. 98 for ThorSport Racing full-time from 2017 to 2020 and part-time in that truck and the No. 9 for CR7 Motorsports in 2021. On November 30, it was announced that Purdy would driving a new second full-time truck for Hattori Racing Enterprises, the No. 61.[19]
  • On October 2, 2021, Jamie Little revealed during the NASCAR on Fox pre-race show for the race at Talladega that Austin Hill will not be returning to Hattori Racing Enterprises in 2022.[49] On October 29, it was announced that Hill would drive full-time for Richard Childress Racing in the Xfinity Series in 2022.[50] On December 1, 2021, HRE announced that Tyler Ankrum would move over from the GMS Racing No. 26 truck to replace Hill in the No. 16 in 2022.[18]
  • On October 2, 2021, the MAVTV broadcasters calling the ARCA Menards Series race at Salem mentioned that Corey Heim would run full-time in the Truck Series in 2022 although Heim's 2022 plans had yet to be announced.[51] On December 21, it was announced that Heim would run the majority of the season (15 races) in the No. 51 for Kyle Busch Motorsports. He drove full-time in the main ARCA Series for Venturini Motorsports and part-time in the Truck Series (3 races) for KBM in 2021.[24]
  • On November 2, 2021, Niece Motorsports announced that Dean Thompson would drive full-time for the team in the Truck Series in 2022. He drove the team's No. 44 truck in the 2021 season-finale at Phoenix as well as their No. 40 car in the ARCA Menards Series season-finale at Kansas.[6] With Kris Wright having been announced to drive the No. 44, Thompson is expected to drive the No. 40 truck, replacing Ryan Truex.
  • On November 30, 2021, On Point Motorsports announced that Tate Fogleman would drive the team's No. 30 truck full-time in 2022. He drove the No. 12 for Young's Motorsports full-time in 2021 and scored an upset win at Talladega.[25]
  • On December 1, 2021, Niece Motorsports announced that the winner of the 2021 Castrol Gateway Dirt Nationals Super Late Model race on December 4 would drive the team's truck at Knoxville.[31] Tyler Carpenter won the race that night, giving him the opportunity to drive for Niece in the Truck Series.[30] With Niece having announced four full-time drivers for 2022, Carpenter will drive a fifth part-time truck for the team. It will be the first time they have fielded five trucks in a race.
  • On December 7, 2021, Niece Motorsports announced that Kris Wright will drive the No. 44 in 2022. Wright previously drove the No. 02 for Young's Motorsports part-time in 2021.[8]
  • On December 22, 2021, Young's Motorsports announced that Jesse Little will run at least 12 races for the team with the possibility of more races being added. He previously drove the No. 78 for B. J. McLeod Motorsports in the Xfinity Series for most of the 2021 season.[34]
  • On December 23, 2021, CR7 Motorsports announced that Blaine Perkins would drive their No. 9 truck full-time in 2022. Perkins drove the No. 23 car for Our Motorsports in the Xfinity Series part-time in 2021. This will be his debut in the Truck Series.[1]
  • On January 6, 2022, Rackley WAR announced that former Cup Series driver Matt DiBenedetto will drive the No. 25 full-time in 2022.[10]

Crew chiefs

Manufacturers

  • On September 23, 2021, NASCAR announced that the trucks of each manufacturer would have new body updates to their noses and tails that would more closely resemble the street versions of those trucks. Ford unveiled their new body update on the same day and Toyota unveiled theirs on the next day.[53] Chevrolet unveiled their new body update on October 29.[54]
  • On October 13, 2021, it was announced that McAnally-Hilgemann Racing would be switching to Chevrolet and would have an alliance with GMS Racing in 2022. They previously were a Toyota team and had an alliance with Hattori Racing Enterprises.[4]
  • On December 6, 2021, Hill Motorsports announced that they would be switching from Chevrolet to Toyota in 2022.[40]
  • On December 23, 2021, it was announced that CR7 Motorsports would have a technical alliance with GMS Racing in 2022.[1]

Sponsorship

Potential and rumored changes

Teams

  • On July 6, 2021, AM Racing team president Kevin Cywinski stated that his team would like to field a second truck (the No. 37) full-time, as it is part of their "long-term strategy".[56] The team has run a second truck twice, the No. 32 at Daytona in 2017 with Austin Wayne Self driving (when J. J. Yeley drove Self's normal No. 22) and the No. 37 at Knoxville in 2021 with Brett Moffitt driving.
  • On October 20, 2021, Greg Van Alst revealed that he is looking to expand his team, which he fields in the ARCA Menards Series, into the Truck Series part-time in 2022. If this happens, Van Alst himself will be the driver and it would be his debut in the series.[57]

Drivers

  • On May 3, 2021, when it was announced that GMS Racing would be releasing Raphaël Lessard due to lack of funding, the team also stated in that announcement that Lessard could return to the team full-time in 2022 if that funding could be found.[58] With Jack Wood, Lessard's replacement in the GMS No. 24, already being announced to drive that truck full-time in 2022, and Sheldon Creed, Zane Smith and Tyler Ankrum leaving the Nos. 2, 21 and 26 GMS trucks respectively, it was possible that Lessard could drive one of those three trucks in 2022. However, on December 7, it was confirmed that GMS would only field 2 full-time trucks in 2022, leaving it unlikely that Lessard will drive for the team unless it is part-time in a third truck.[41]

Rule changes

  • On November 19, 2021, NASCAR announced the new practice and qualifying formats across all three national series in 2022. The formats are as follows:[59]
  • Paved oval races: After a 20-minute practice period, all trucks will run a single qualifying lap (two laps at Martinsville, Bristol, Richmond, and Dover).
  • Daytona and Talladega: All trucks run one lap each, with the top 10 transferring to the final round.
  • Road courses: After a 20-minute practice period, the field will be separated into two groups, each running a 15-minute timed session. The top five of each group will advance to the final round, which consists of a 10-minute timed session.
  • Dirt tracks: Four qualifying races will determine the starting lineup.
  • Daytona, Atlanta, Bristol dirt, Knoxville, Sonoma, Mid-Ohio, Nashville, and the Phoenix season ending race will have one 50-minute practice session.

Schedule

The 2022 season schedule was announced on September 29, 2021.

No Race title Track Date
1 NextEra Energy 250 Daytona International Speedway, Daytona Beach, Florida February 18
2 Bucked Up 200 Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Las Vegas, Nevada March 4
3 Fr8Auctions 208 Atlanta Motor Speedway, Hampton, Georgia March 19
4 XPEL 225 Circuit of the Americas, Austin, Texas March 26
5 United Rentals 200 Martinsville Speedway, Ridgeway, Virginia April 7
6 Pinty's Dirt Truck Race Bristol Motor Speedway (Dirt), Bristol, Tennessee April 16
7 LiftKits4Less.com 200 Darlington Raceway, Darlington, South Carolina May 6
8 WISE Power 200 Kansas Speedway, Kansas City, Kansas May 14
9 SpeedyCash.com 220 Texas Motor Speedway, Fort Worth, Texas May 20
10 NC Education Lottery 200 Charlotte Motor Speedway, Concord, North Carolina May 27
11 Toyota 200 presented by CK Power World Wide Technology Raceway, Madison, Illinois June 4
12 TBA Sonoma Raceway, Sonoma, California June 11
13 Corn Belt 150 presented by Premier Chevy Dealers Knoxville Raceway, Knoxville, Iowa June 18
14 Rackley Roofing 200 Nashville Superspeedway, Lebanon, Tennessee June 24
15 TBA Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, Lexington, Ohio July 9
16 CRC Brakleen 150 Pocono Raceway, Long Pond, Pennsylvania July 23
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Playoffs
Round of 10
17 TSport 200 Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park, Brownsburg, Indiana July 29
18 ToyotaCare 250 Richmond Raceway, Richmond, Virginia August 13
19 TBA Kansas Speedway, Kansas City, Kansas September 9
Round of 8
20 UNOH 200 presented by Ohio Logistics Bristol Motor Speedway, Bristol, Tennessee September 15
21 Chevrolet Silverado 250 Talladega Superspeedway, Lincoln, Alabama October 1
22 Baptist Health 200 Homestead-Miami Speedway, Homestead, Florida October 22
Championship 4
23 Lucas Oil 150 Phoenix Raceway, Phoenix, Arizona November 4

Schedule changes

There is one more race on the schedule, as it now contains 23 races instead of 22 from 2021.

  • After a 23 year absence, Sonoma returns to the schedule for the first time since 1998 and after a 10 year absence, Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park also returned to the schedule, becoming a playoff race.[60]
  • Mid-Ohio earned a Truck Series race and will host the Truck Series for the first time in series history, after losing their date in Xfinity Series. Kansas also earned a 2nd date permanently, in the playoff, after being added in 2020 as a replacement due to COVID-19 pandemic.[60]
  • Homestead Miami returned to the schedule after being removed due to logistical reasons in 2021 after the Auto Club Speedway Cup and Xfinity races were canceled because of state restrictions.
  • The two pandemic-related changes midway through the season, the second Daytona International Speedway (road course) and Darlington Raceway (playoff) races, which were added because of pandemic-related restrictions, were removed. NASCAR permanently removed the Canadian Tire Motorsport Park event that had been replaced by Darlington each of the past two seasons.[60]
  • Watkins Glen and the 2nd Las Vegas (the playoff one) races were also removed from the schedule permanently.[60]
  • As for other slight realignments, Martinsville will go from the fall to the spring date and Richmond will go from the spring to the summer date.[60]

See also

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