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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Chandler Smith
John Hunter Nemechek finally got his 2022 win last week at Darlington, and now that the seal has been broken, more wins should follow.
John Hunter Nemechek finished in the top four the last three races at Darlington and was second there last fall, so could this be the week he gets that elusive victory?
While Ben Rhodes is winless this season, he started racing on dirt early in his career and is expected to be competitive at Bristol.
Despite this being Kyle Busch's first Trucks race on a road course, he’s a expert at these circuits and should do well.
Past Fantasy Outlooks
The young prospect completed a 12-race schedule last season for KBM. It was a very promising campaign with Smith grabbing five Top-5 finishes in those dozen starts. There was some inconsistency early in the schedule, but Smith settled in nicely posting most of those good finishes in the stretch run. He should carry that momentum into 2021 as Kyle Busch Motorsports moves him into full-time competition and the team's No. 18 Toyota truck. This is the same team that Christian Eckes raced last season to the tune of seven Top-5 and 11 Top-10 finishes. KBM expects more from this team and they're going to look to Smith to deliver in his first full season. The young driver will look to crew chief Danny Stockman to mentor his efforts in pursuit of Rookie of the Year this season.
This was easily the most successful and dominant of the multi-driver teams in the Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series in 2019. The team featured Christian Eckes and Brandon Jones mostly, but threw in a dash of Kyle Busch and other drivers for good measure. It all added up to six victories, 15 Top-5 and 17 Top-10 finishes. Those would be championship winning numbers were it not for the driver rotation. Busch was responsible for five of the six wins, and Greg Biffle picked up the other one with a surprising one-off start at Texas. We should see a similar driver lineup for 2020. Busch will get the maximum allowed of five starts, Smith should see the bulk of the remaining starts and Jones could equal or better the four starts he had with the team last season. You can count on this team being strong each weekend, and a threat to win every time Busch races.
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Smith won the season finale Lucas Oil 150 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Phoenix Raceway Friday night.
Phoenix Truck Pole
Smith won the pole for the Lucas Oil 150 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Phoenix Raceway Friday afternoon. He turned a fast lap of 136.576 mph.