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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Austin Hill
The Truck series races on the first of its four road courses Friday, and Austin Hill could offer fantasy players finish differential points if he does well on the Daytona course.
Defending race winner Grant Enfinger has performed well at this track the last few years and Friday shouldn’t be an exception.
Mark Taylor ranks the drivers in this season's Truck Series. Is Austin Hill the driver to beat again this year?
Mark Taylor ranks the Xfinity Series drivers for the 2021 season, as Austin Cindric returns to defend his title.
It’s down to the final four drivers for the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series title, and with four season wins and two top-five Phoenix finishes, Grant Enfinger could claim it.
Past Fantasy Outlooks
It would take Hill a little time to get some traction with his new race team last season. After a cold start he would come on strong down the stretch to be one of the hottest drivers of the last eight races of last season. Hill grabbed three of his four victories in those final eight events, including the win in the season finale at Homestead. However, it wasn't enough to advance into the final round of the playoffs and Hill would finish fifth in the final driver standings. His Top 5 and Top 10 totals reflected two cold spells in the first half the year and came in at 7 and 13 respectively. The 6 DNF's that the team suffered affected those totals too. Hill returns to this team in 2020 and will once again be paired with crew chief Scott Zipadelli. The duo should up the ante in the upcoming season, and display more consistency as they throw their hats in the ring for the championship.
The 24-year-old Georgian gets a major team upgrade in 2019. Hill takes over the championship-winning ride at Hattori Racing. This was the truck that Brett Moffitt piloted to six wins and the Gander Outdoors Truck Series title last season. Hill is coming off his best season of truck series racing at Young's Motorsports last year. He collected six Top-10 finishes and wound up a respectable 11th in the overall driver standings with this small race team. Hill will now team with crew chief, Scott Zipadelli, and attempt to hang onto the performance that Moffitt posted with this outfit last year. This young driver won't post six wins and a championship, but he should make a pretty big splash in 2019.
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.
More Fantasy News
Wins Las Vegas Truck Race
Hill won the World of Westgate 200 Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway Friday night.
Awarded Truck Series Pole
Hill will start from the pole for the Toyota Care 250 Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series race at Richmond Raceway Thursday night.
Third at Darlington
HIll finished third in the South Carolina Education Lottery 200 Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series race at Darlington Raceway Speedway Sunday afternoon.
Third in CarShield 200
Hill finished third in the CarShield 200 presented by CK Power Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series race at World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway Sunday afternoon.
Wins Kansas Truck Race
Hill won the Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 200 Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series race at Kansas Speedway Friday night.