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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Ben Kennedy
Bubba Wallace, a previous Eldora race winner, will use Saturday's truck race as a way to gain more seat time ahead of Sunday's Cup race.
Brett Moffitt is the most recent Bristol winner in this group and sits atop C.J. Radune’s picks for this weekend’s first playoff race.
Mark Taylor previews the Truck Series where Matt Crafton came up just short last season in his bid for three consecutive Camping World titles.
The Kyle Busch Motorsports trio looks to dominate the Truck Series once again this season.
Kyle Busch raced a half-season schedule with his No. 51 truck last year and is back for more this season in the truck series.
Past Fantasy Outlooks
Kennedy is a free agent driver in 2018.
This division of NASCAR is chocked full of young talent, and Kennedy is no exception. He just completed his second full season of competition in the Camping World Truck Series and posted steady numbers, comparable to his rookie year. Kennedy racked up one pole and eight Top-10 finishes for Red Horse Racing en route to a ninth-place finish in the final driver standings. The driver of the No. 11 Toyota will have some added competition this year with the growing youth movement in this division of NASCAR, but Kennedy should be able to keep up with the drivers around him. To this point in his career, he’s lacked the winning touch, but career win number one could be in store this season.
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Partial Xfinity Schedule
Rheem, Menards and Richard Childress Racing are committed to championing the NASCAR XFINITY Series charge to be the series where "names are made," and each have long histories of supporting aspiring drivers from local short tracks to NASCAR's feeder series. Kennedy will be the latest up-and-coming driver to be given that opportunity when he climbs into the No. 2 Chevrolet Camaro for nine NXS races, Richard Childress Racing PR reports.
Wins Truck Race at Bristol
Kennedy won the UNOH 200 Camping World Truck Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway Wednesday night.
Ben Kennedy: Fast Xfinity Happy Hour
Kennedy was fastest in Happy Hour practice for the American Ethanol E15 250 Xfinity Series race at Iowa Speedway Friday afternoon. He turned a fast lap of 133.809 mph.
Expect to see Daytona Beach native Kennedy, who has two years of truck series racing under his belt, pop up on an entry sheet for the NextEra Energy Resources 250 following an 11th-hour announcement, the Daytona Beach News Journal reports.
Kennedy finished third in the Rhino Linings Camping World Truck Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway Saturday night.