Korbin Forrister

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2023 Fantasy Outlook
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Partial Truck Series Schedule in 2018
Camping World Truck
February 2, 2018
Newly-formed All Out Motorsports will run a partial NASCAR Camping World Truck Series schedule in 2018 with Forrister as the driver. The No. 7 Toyota Tundra team will make its debut at Daytona International Speedway in the Feb. 16 NextEra Energy Resources 250, All Out Motorsports PR reports.
The small, family owned team will field Forrister in 10 events this season, with the idea of going full-time in 2019. Veteran crew chief, Doug George, has come on board to lead the team. Forrister has 32-combined starts of experience over the past four seasons in this division of NASCAR. He's looking to get a better foothold in the truck series going forward.
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Past Fantasy Outlooks
Forrister is a free agent driver entering the 2022 season.
Forrister made just 8 starts for this small race team in 2020. He had only one Top-20 finish and posted an average finish of 29.1 across those eight starts. The 2021 plans have not been announced for this race team, but it's speculated that Forrister will return for a similar schedule with this race team in 2021.
Made 7 starts for All Out Motorsports in 2019. No plans announced for 2020. Assumed to be free agent driver entering the season.
Raced a 10-event partial schedule in 2018 with three Top-15 finishes in those starts. Should race a similar if not expanded schedule with this same All Out Motorsports race team in 2019.
Forrister will race a part-time schedule with the No. 7 team in 2018.
No plans have been announced for this team late in January, but they are expected to return for the full season. Forrister made 22 of the 23 starts for the team in 2015, but to little effect. The 23-year-old Georgian claimed only six Top-20 finishes as opposed to eight DNF's. The team resembled more of a start-and-park team most weeks, while they did manage in intersperse some competitive racing in between the early exits to the garage area. Assuming that Forrister is reunited with crew chief Mike Abner this season, some improvement could be expected. However, a lot of improvements have to be made and Forrister needs to take a few steps on the driving side of things.
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Leads Truck Series Happy Hour
Camping World Truck
October 21, 2016
Forrister was fastest in Happy Hour practice for the Fred's 250 Camping World Truck Series race at Talladega Superspeedway Friday afternoon. He turned a fast lap of 187.956 mph.
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Camping World Truck
February 12, 2016
Lira Motorsports welcomes a new face to the 2016 season, a face that is recognizable in the Camping World Truck Series after his rookie debut and a Top-20 finish in the season points last year. Forrister, a prodigy who started racing dirt tracks at a very young age, is up for the challenge of training with and competing against some of the biggest names in NASCAR.
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