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Stewart Friesen enters the final race of the regular season just nine points back of the cutline. He is one of the drivers C.J. Radune is targeting in DFS at Richmond. Find out some of his other top DFS values.
Richmond Raceway will host the second race in the opening round of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series playoffs this week, with John Hunter Nemechek one of the favorites to win.
Matt Crafton is winless so far in 2022, but he has been clawing his way into the playoff positions and could grab the victory this week.
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Skinner is a free agent driver in 2014.
Skinner raced with the No. 52 team of Hamilton Means Racing in 2012. No word if the veteran driver will return with this small team in the upcoming season or if he will return to the truck series.
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Mike Skinner: Daytona Ride
Former NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion Skinner will return to the series for the first time in nearly a year, driving the No. 8 Chevrolet for Eddie Sharp Racing in the 2012 season opener at Daytona International Speedway, Sirius Speedway reports.
Mike Skinner: Double Duty at Phoenix
Former NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion Skinner told Sirius NASCAR Radio's Sirius Speedway that he will compete in the season-opening NextEra Energy Resources 250 at Daytona International Speedway in a No. 45 Eddie Sharp Racing Toyota.
Mike Skinner: Out at Randy Moss Motorsports
Skinner will not be returning to the No. 5 Randy Moss Motorsports Toyota in 2011, and is currently looking for another ride with a Toyota team, Sirius-Speedway reports.
NASCAR Insiders are hearing that Skinner has been let go from Randy Moss Motorsports. This ends a two year relationship with the team.