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The Truck Series returns to the Milwaukee Mile for the first time since 2009 on Sunday. C.J. Radune tells you what to expect in the second race of the playoffs and who the top contenders will be for the win.
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The 26-year-old Wisconsin native is expected to return to Rick Ware Racing in 2022. Bilicki should pilot one of the team's two full-time Cup Series entries this season. The young driver had arguably the best campaign of any RWR driver last year. The hallmark achievement was a hard-fought Top-10 finish in the Summer Daytona race. It marked Bilicki's first-career Top 10 in his five seasons of mostly part-time Cup competition. He's likely tabbed for driving duty in the team's No. 52 entry for 2022. If there, Bilicki will likely be teamed with crew chief, Jason Houghtaling. The two spent most of last season together and should have little trouble picking up where they left off. The biggest limiting factors for this driver and team are funds and equipment. At least the second half of that equation is expected to improve this season, thanks to an alliance with Stewart Haas Racing.
Made 22 starts last season, mainly for Tommy Baldwin Racing. However, there were a couple other teams in the mix. Bilicki labored to just two Top-25 finishes in those starts. He's a driver competing at the lowest tier of the NASCAR Cup Series. - Update - Signed with Rick Ware Racing in late January to race the full season in the No. 52 car.
Made 29 of the 33 events last season with JP Motorsports. The effort was mostly a start-and-park operation. Team plans for 2019 have not been announced.
Joined the upstart JP Motorsports in February 2018. Team secured two cars from Joe Gibbs Racing and plans to run the full schedule.
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