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Past Fantasy Outlooks
Has not raced in NASCAR's upper 3 divisions since 2018. Has raced sporadically in the lower divisions of NASCAR. Is a free agent driver in 2022.
Coughlin is a free agent driver in 2021.
Coughlin is a free agent driver in 2020.
Coughlin is a free agent driver in 2019.
With the promotion of Kaz Grala to the Xfinity Series, GMS quickly signed Coughlin to join the No. 2 Chevrolet team. The 22-year-old slogged through a tough rookie season last year at ThorSport Racing and is looking to hit the reboot button for season two in the truck series. Joining GMS and this race team could be just what the doctor ordered. Grala piloted this truck to one win and 11 Top-10 finishes last year. The potential is there for a big, breakout season for Coughlin in 2018. He carved out quite a reputation racing on dirt, and it has yet to coalesce on pavement in stock cars, but that day is coming. We’ll see Coughlin take some major steps this season, and he could be poised to exceed expectations.
Right now this is an empty seat, however, it is for one of the stronger multi-truck teams in the series. ThorSport Racing had Canadian Cameron Hayley in this ride the last two seasons, and they achieved some reasonable success. Hayley combined to post 10 Top-5 and 24 Top-10 finishes over the past two campaigns and he collected finishes of sixth- and 11th-place in the driver standings. Hayley and ThorSport parted ways over the off-season so this is a pretty prime ride without a driver. It’s difficult to forecast who will end up in this truck as many seats are filling up with free agents and young prospects. Whoever ends up in the No. 13 Toyota will have a potential shot at winning a race and making the Chase for the Cup. - UPDATE - Coughlin signed to drive the No. 13 Toyota in 2017. The potential for good performance is more than reasonable.
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Signs with GMS Racing
Adding to the 2018 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series lineup, GMS Racing officials announced the addition of Coughlin to the Statesville-based team. Climbing back behind the wheel of a Chevrolet for the first time since 2013 in Late Models, Coughlin will drive the No. 2 JEGS Chevrolet Silverado for his second full-time NCWTS season, GMS Racing PR reports.
Third at Phoenix
Coughlin finished third in the Lucas Oil 150 Camping World Truck Series race at Phoenix International Raceway Friday night.
Leads Truck Practice at Talladega
Coughlin was fastest in opening practice for the Fred's 250 Camping World Truck Series race at Talladega Superspeedway Friday. He turned a fast lap of 191.719 mph.