Tyler Hill

Hill Motorsports
2023 Fantasy Outlook
Hill Motorsports had two trucks last season for the brothers, but it looks like they'll be pulling back to just one full-time team in 2023. Timmy ran the full schedule and only grabbed two Top-15 finishes in what was a bit of a disappointing effort. Tyler made just seven starts in the other team's Toyota and was unable to crack the Top 20 in any of those starts. The team hasn't announced the driver split of the No. 56 Toyota for the upcoming season, but we would imagine it's a heavy dose of Timmy since he has over 450 starts of experience in NASCAR's top three touring series. Tyler is not nearly as seasoned with just 31-career truck series starts to his credit. It will be a full-time effort, but level of performance will likely run pretty thin. Read Past Outlooks
Runner-up Finish at Talladega
Gander Outdoors Truck
October 2, 2021
Hill finished second in the Chevrolet Silverado 250 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Talladega Superspeedway Saturday afternoon.
The young driver turned in a career-best truck series performance at the Talladega oval Saturday. Hill started 21st on the grid and kept the fenders straight on his Chevy Silverado. He would avoid the two major, multi-truck accidents that happened past half-way. That would be key in Hill getting good track position late. He would battle among the leaders during the overtime finish and would avoid the spinning truck of John Hunter Nemechek to finish second-place. It was Hill's first Top-5 finish in his 23rd series start.
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2022 Fantasy Outlook
Made just 8 starts last season in the family-owned No. 56 truck. His 2022 plans have not been announced, but it wouldn't be surprising to see Hill get a similar part-time schedule in this No. 56 Toyota Tundra.