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Last Update 11-19-2009

2009 Rookie of the Year Candidates

#10 James Buescher
#4 Ricky Carmichael
#4 J.R. Fitzpatrick
#15 Brian Ickler
#87 Chris Jones
#81 Taylor Malsam
#85 Brent Raymer
#13 Johnny Sauter

NOTE: This is a totally unofficial page compiled from many different sources.
It's a guide to what we're hearing and what has been announced.
It is updated as new information becomes available.

Drivers Looking in 2009

Willie Allen
Johnny Benson
Blake Bjorklund
Matt Carter
Bobby East
Travis Kittleson
Andy Lally
Ted Musgrave
Tim Sauter
Jack Sprague
Chrissy Wallace
Jon Wood
Kevin Wood

Truck Series Team Addresses


RED - indicates new in 2009 [Full-time]
ROTY - Rookie of the year
* Next to truck # - indicates part time schedule
? Next to name or sponsor - rumored/unknown
? Status unknown

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Kevin Harvick
Ricky Carmichael, ROTY
J.R. Fitzpatrick, ROTY
Ryan Newman (Lowe's)
Chevy Georgia Boot (HMS)
Longhorn (PIR)

Monster Energy Drink (15 races)
Equipment Express
Auto-Owners Insurance (Michigan)
Charter Communications (Lowe's)
Oakley/KHI All-Stars (Martinsville)
Kevin Harvick Inc. Ernie Cope (Phoenix)
John Monsam
Formal annoucement made; Ricky Carmichael in 14 races with Monster Energy Drink as sponsosr. Bill Wilburn has been named as crew chief. Drivers for 11 remaining races TBA and to include some Cup drivers. Longhorn to sponsor at PIR with Kevin Harvick as driver. KHI added Atlanta to Carmichael's schedule. Carmichael is doing so well, KHI has added more races to the schedule and if sponsorship can be found for the nine remaining races, Carmichael will run all the races in 2009. Martinsville added with Oakley as sponsor. Newman named as driver for Lowe's; new crew chief named as well -- John Monsam takes over from Ernie Cope. J.R. Fitzpatrick has been added to the KHI team roster and is scheduled to run eight races during the remainder of 2009.
5 Mike Skinner Toyota Exide (10 races)
PC*Miler Navigator
Toyota of Des Moines (Iowa)
Doc Baileys (Milwaukee)
Brooklyn Products (Michigan)
Rue Ziffra, PA Attorney at Law
Bad Boy Mowers (Kansas, Martinsville)
Randy Moss Motorsports Eric Phillips TRT
Following the demise of BDR, Skinner moves to RMM for 2009. Eric Phillips has been named as crew chief; RMM was able to obtain the #5 for Skinner. Exide has sponsored for three events; Daytona, California & Atlanta -- has signed on for seven more events & will serve as associate sponsor for remainder of season. Doc Bailey's to sponsor at least two starting with Milwaukee. PC*Miler Navigator has come on board for a few races starting at Nashville.
6 Colin Braun Ford Con-way Freight/TrueTL.com Roush Fenway Racing Mike Beam Roush-Yates
Roush Fenway Racing has announced that both Colin Braun and Con-way Freight will return in 2009.
07 Chad McCumbee
Burt Myers(Martinsville)
Jason Young (Gateway, Nashville, Memphis)
Chevy Valvoline Fuel Proof/tiwi
Wyatt Winstead Foundation (Martinsville)

The GPS Store.com/Garmin (Vegas/Kansas/Calif)
ASI Limited

3BR (Memphis)
Blacks Tire & Auto (Martinsville 1)
SS Green Light Racing Bobby Dotter ?
Team has reunited with Chad McCumbee to run at least 12 races beginning with Daytona; hoping to pick up sponsorship to run the full season. New sponsor, TIWI has come on board for four races; Dover, Texas, Chicagoland & Las Vegas. Tiwi added sponsorship for Milwaukee & Kentucky; possibly more.
08 Brett Butler (HMS)
Jamie Dick (Phoenix, Iowa)
Butch Miller
Chrissy Wallace (Talladega)
Tim Brown (Martinsville)
Brandon Knupp (NHMS)

Sean Murphy (Kentucky,Michigan, Martinsville)
Johnny Chapman (Lowe's)

Kevin Lepage (Dover)
Chevy Fuel-Doctor.com
Fastwax.com (Martinsville)

ASI Limited
SS-Green Light Racing Michael Davis ?
Second team entered at Daytona for SS Green Light Racing; not clear how many races they are running in 2009; utilitizing various drivers. Team has run full season. Tim Brown will make series debut in the #08 at Martinsville.
10 James Buescher
Ford Int'l MaxxForce Diesel
Chicago Connection (Chicagoland)
Tom Mitchell Jamie Jones Roush-Yates
Following Brendan Gaughan's move to NNS, Circle Bar Racing has named James Buescher as driver of the #10 Ford with crew chief Jamie Jones.
11 T.J. Bell Toyota Land Environmental/Time Bandit Fishing Vessel (HMS)
Red Horse Racing
VisitPIT.com (Dover/Lowe's)
Thomas DeLoach Jr.
Jeff Hammond
Rick Gay TRD
Red Horse Racing & David Starr have parted ways. T.J. Bell teams up with RHR for Daytona and if sponsorship in place, maybe more in 2009. Bell running entire season with RHR.
13 Johnny Sauter
Chevy Advanced Auto Parts/Rio Grand/Curb Records (Texas)
Fun Sand/Rodney Atkins/Curb RecordsKarl Chevrolet (Iowa)
Duke Thorson
Mike Curb
Joe Sheer Jr. PME
Thorsport has officially announced that Johnny Sauter will be replacing Shelby Howard in the #13 truck for 2009. Walter Giles has been named as crew chief. Hearing that Giles has already left the #13 team -- before season opener at Daytona. Ty Joiner will be crew chief at Daytona; remainder of season TBA. Mike Curb is listed as owner on the entry list. Jason Overstreet on board as crew chief. Joe Sheer Jr. replaces Overstreet as crew chief at Iowa.
14 Rick Crawford Ford Circle Bar Truck Corral/Int'l Truck and Engine
Idealease (assoc.)
Tom Mitchell Kevin Starland Roush-Yates
Crawford returns for 2009 season.
15 Aric Almirola
Brian Ickler

Blake Feese (Nashville)
Shane Sieg
Toyota Graceway Pharmaceuticals/AKawareness.com
Phoenix Construction
RedTop Auto Auction (ORP, Kentucky)
Phoenix Construction(Memphis, Calif, Daytona)
Samsung Instinct (5 races)
Woodard Pools (Martinsville)
World Toyota Scion Collision Center
& Bo Phillips Company (Associates/Atlanta)
Billy Ballew Doug George TRT
Hyprene Ergone is not returning as sponsor for the #15 truck in 2009; currently searching for sponsorship. Shane Sieg has been signed to drive the first four races; hoping to make it a full season pending sponsorship. Following their sponsorship at Kansas, Samsung Instinct has signed on for four more races beginning at Lowe's with Brian Ickler named as driver at Lowe's, Dover & Michigan. Ryan Lawler will be the driver at Texas. Aric Almirola has stepped in as driver for a number of races. Prior to Bristol, BBM swapped crew chiefs for the#15 & 51. Doug George returns to the #15. Graceway Pharmaceuticals came on board begining at Bristol; has signed on for the remainder of the season.
16 Brian Scott Toyota Xpress Motorsports (HMS)
Toyota Tundra
Xpress Motorsports Jeff Hensley TRT
Brian Scott has signed to drive for Bill Davis Racing for the entire 2009 season. It has been formally announced that Bill Davis Racing has been sold to Marty Gaunt & Michael Held. Details of race team plans TBA in the coming weeks. Following the sale of BDR and the uncertainty surrounding the truck teams, Scott will run out of the Xpress Motorsports shop with crew chief Jeff Hensley for 2009.
17 [117] Timothy Peters Toyota Strutmasters.com/RHR
Dickies Barbeque (Texas)
Hayes Iron & Metal
Hair of the Dog Energy (Calif)
Tom Deloach Chad Kendrick TRD
Peters & Premier Motorsports plan to run 8-10 races in 2008, and hope to run full season in 2009. Currently talking to potential sponsors; also planning to run Toyota in 2009. Strutmasters.com takes over as primary sponsor at Kansas; Case Wireless is new associate sponsor. Just prior to Dover, Strutmasters announced they will continue as primary sponsor for the remainder of 2009. Timothy Peters and Strutmasers.com team up with Red Horse Racing starting with the race in Michigan. Number will remain 17; returns to the #1 as Premier Motorsports had retained the number and running with Peyton Sellers at Martinsville.
21 Nick Tucker
Marc Mitchell (Texas)
Johnny Chapman (Dover)
Donnie Neuenberger (Lowe's)
Chris Fontaine (Kansas)
Ryan Sieg (Martinsville)
Johnny Chapman (Atlanta)
Marc Mitchell (Calif)
Dennis Setzer (Daytona)
Dodge Denny Hamlin Foudation Dodge (HMS)
Gunbroker Racing
Stock Car Steel& Aluminum
Dwayne Gaulding Michael Dayton Arrington
Dwayne Gaulding, a representative of GunBroker.com Motorsports department has formed a new NASCAR Camping World Truck Series team. Team has been utilizing a variety of drivers in 2009.
23 Jason White Dodge Gunbroker.com Dwayne Gaulding Doug Howe Arrington
New team being formed with gunbroker.com and Jason White running entire season in 2009.
David Starr Toyota Zachry/Toyota/Harris Trucking
AutismSpeaks.org (Vegas, Dover)
CareerBuilder.com (Chicago)
HT Motorsports
Jim Harris
Jason Miller TRD
David Starr moves to HT Motorsports in 2009 as part of a two-truck team. Zachry returns as a primary sponsor for select races during the season and major associate sponsorship for the remainder of the year.
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Mike Bliss [Phoenix] Toyota Harris Trucking
Cajun Industries
HT Motorsports
Jim Harris
Danny Rollins TRD
Terry Cook returns as part of a two-truck team with David Starr as his teammate. Cajun Industries sponsored this team at Daytona, returns at Lowe's. Note on Terry Cook's Facebook page says he's out at HT Motorsports effective immediately [just prior to Phoenix race]. Mike Bliss will be in the seat at Phoenix.
30 Todd Bodine Toyota Copart
Copart/PurpleHeartCars.org (Phoenix)
Ventrilo (Nashville, ORP, Kansas, Bristol, Gateway, Chicagoland)
Whelen (Martinsville)
Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery (Atlanta)
GEICO (Atlanta,Calif)

Lumber Liquidators
Germain Racing Mike Hillman Jr. TRT
Lack of sponsorship may force this team to curtail its schedule in 2009. GEICO has come on board at California for a one race deal. GEICO returns as an associate sponsor for Atlanta. Team still looking for primary sponsorship. During an interview prior to qualifying, Todd Bodine announced that the team had picked up a new sponsor for Atlanta and possibly the rest of the season & beyond. Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery is the sponsor at Atlanta. Whelen is sponsor at Martinsville. Ventrilo has come on board for a few races. Copart has come on board for 6 races beginning starting with Lowes Motor Speedway. Copart has added more races to the schedule along with a sweepstakes challenge. Ventrilo adds yet another race -- Chicagoland. Former full-time sponsor, Lumber Liquidators back on board at Iowa & more.
33 Ron Hornaday Chevy VFW (6 races)
Copart (5 Races)
Longhorn/Swedish Match (10 races)
Turtle Wax (Michigan/Chicagoland)
Georgia Boot (Bristol)
Camping World (Calif)
Kevin Harvick Inc. Rick Ren PME
Even though Camping World is now the title sponsor, they will also return as sponsor of the #33 for 2009. VFW will also, again, sponsor six races in 2009 beginning with Atlanta. Also, Dover, ORP, Martinsville, Texas & Phoenix. Hearing that Swedish Match's Longhorn brand snuff will be sponsoring KHI's #33 truck for ten races kicking-off at Daytona. Georgia Boot to sponsor at Bristol. KHI picks up Copart as a primary sponsor for five races beginning with Kansas. Other races are Milwaukee, New Hampshire, Las Vegas & Talladega.
47 Richard Harriman (HMS, Phoenix)
Brandon Knupp
Chris Lawson (NHMS)
Wayne Edwards (Bristol, ORP)
Mark Mitchell (Lowe's, Kansas)
Brett Butler (Martinsville)
Chevy PWRKOOL17 (Phoenix)
FT-11 Degreaser
Cyclone Energy Shot (ORP)
Palm Beach Grading (Martinsville)
Rockingham Speedway (Martinsville)

David McClure David McClure ?
Plan is to run Daytona with Brandon Knupp as driver. Team plans to run various drivers throughout the 2009 season. Ken Butler at Martinsville. Marc Mitchell driver at Kansas. So far, team has run a full schedule with Brandon Knupp doing the majority of driving. Richard Harriman makes series debut at ORP.
48 Bryan Silas
Dan Brodie (Phoenix)
Mike Wallace (Talladega)
Hermie Sadler (Martinsville,Bristol)
Wayne Edwards
Richard Harriman (Loudon)
Pierre Bourque (Iowa)
Richard Harriman (ORP)
Hal Martin (Memphis)
Brandon Knupp
Dennis Setzer (California)
Chevy Rockingham Speedway/Polar Bear 150
The Virginia Lottery
Victory Junction/Hermie & Elliott Sadler Foundation (Bristol)
RH Motorsports (ORP)
ea Support Ventures (Memphis)

TNA Wrestling (Martinsville, Calif)
Acredale Vending (Assoc/Martinsville)
D.R. Horton-Americas Home Builders (Daytona)
Andy Hillenburg Jeremy Crandall ?
Planning on running a few races in 2009 beginning with Daytona. Hermie Sadler is scheduled for Martinsville with Acredale Vending as associate sponsor. Brandon Knupp driver at Kansas. To date, team has run all races in 2009. Jeremy Crandall replaces Jonathan Mostafa as crew chief.
51 Kyle Busch
Denny Hamlin (Martinsville)
Aric Almirola (LVMS, Gateway)
Brian Ickler (10 races)
Travis Kvapil (Nashville)
Toyota Miccosukee Resort
Graceway Pharmaceuticals (Assoc.)
Samsung Instinct (Assoc.)
Dollar General (Assoc.)

Red-Top Auto Auction
Billy Ballew Richie Wauters TRT
Miccosukee Resorts returns as primary sponsor in 2009; still looking for associate sponsors. Kyle Busch is expected to run 12-15 races. Crew chief swap between #15 & #51; Doug George now the crew chief for this team. Brian Ickler is set to drive in as many as ten races when Busch is not scheduled to drive. Prior to Bristol, BBM swapped crew chiefs for the#15 & 51. Richie Wauters has returned as crew chief for the remainder of 2009. Graceway Pharmaceuticals on board as associate sponsor for remainder of season.
57 Norm Benning Chevy Norm Benning Racing
Germain Tool (Michigan)
Germane Red

Outdoor.com/Artic Cat
Norm Benning Ken Causey ?
Team running as many races as possible in 2009.
60 Stacy Compton Toyota SafeAuto Insurance/Melling
Toyota of Des Moines (Iowa)

Wyler Racing Paul Richmond TRD
Stacy Compton is signed as driver in Wyler Racing's fourth season. Marcus Richmond replaces Gary Cogswell as crew chief starting with Martinsville. SafeAuto Insurance Company, together with Stacy Compton and the Wyler Racing team, have announced the signing of a multi-year agreement naming SafeAuto Insurance Company as the primary sponsor of the #60 Toyota Tundra, officially starting with Kansas.
81 Tayler Malsam
Toyota One Eighty
PC#Miler Navigation (Iowa)
Randy Moss Motorsports Doug Wolcott TRT
Formal announcement has been made naming Tayler Malsam as driver and as candidate for ROTY. Doug Wolcott announced as crew chief for the #81. Exide has signed on as associate sponsor for remainder of 2009 season beginning at Lowe's.
88 Matt Crafton Chevy Osram Sylvania (NHMS)
Australian Gold (Dover/Texas)
ThorSport Racing
Duke & Rhonda Thorson
Bud Haefele PME
Crafton returns to series in 2009.
00* Tim Bainey Jr. Chevy Aaron's [Lucky Dog Truck] Tim Bainey Dan Bainey Hendrick
Team moving from USAR Pro Cup Series to part-time in the NCWTS in 2009. Plans are to run five races to include; Dover, ORP, Bristol, Iowa & Martinsville. Loudon added to schedule.
01* Dillon Oliver (Vegas, Iowa)
Charles Lewandowski (NHMS)
Dodge Coma "Chillaxtion drink"/Potencia/Piranha Water/CorrieStottRacing.com Corrie Stott Micah Horton Collins
Second entry for Corrie Stott Racing.
1* Caitlin Shaw Toyota ? Thomas DeLoach Jr.
Jeff Hammond
Johnny Benson, along with crew chief Trip Bruce have moved to Red Horse Racing in the #1 Toyota for 2009. Just prior to Michigan, team has announced that they have suspended operations for the #1 team due to lack of sponsorship. #1 Truck to run ORP with Caitlin Shaw named as driver.
02* Terry Cook (Phoenix)
Andy Ponstein
Steve Park (Talladega)
Danny Efland
Dillon Oliver (Gateway, Kentucky, Milwaukee)
Chevy KOMA Unwind
Piranha Water/Potencia Energy Drink
Corrie Stott Corrie Stott Collins
Team is a late entry at Lowe's Motor Speedway with driver, Andy Ponstein. Team plans to run a few select events, possibly expanding to two teams if sponsorship is found. Manufacturer change from Chevy to Dodge for Iowa Race.
2* Kevin Harvick (NHMS, Martinsville, Atlanta)
Ryan Newman (Bristol)
Chevy KHI
Charter Communications
Kevin Harvick Inc. Ernie Cope PME
Harvick driver at Martinsville & Atlanta. Newman in the #2 at Bristol.
3* Austin Dillon Chevy Realtree Outfitters
RCR 40th Anniversary
Altoona, Iowa Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World (Associate)
Richard Childress Dan Deeringhoff RCR
Richard Childress retuns to the truck series with the debut of grandson, Austin Dillon at Iowa Dillion will be driving the #3 RCR 40th Anniversary Chevy with associate sponsorship from the local Bass Pro Store. Team making second start at New Hampshire.
05* Mike Harmon Dodge Boys Racing Dodge Theresa Boys Jerome Edge ?
Second entry for Boys Racing; first start at season finale, Homestead.
06* Johnny Chapman Toyota TBA Jeffry Wyler Steve Hawkins TRD
Second team entered at Daytona for Wyler Racing; not clear how many races this team will run. Also entered at California.
8* Dennis Setzer
Todd Kluever (Gateway)
Chevy MRD Motorsports
Malcolmson Construction
MRD Motorsports Randy Dean PME
Setzer is scheduled to run 12 races with MRD, however they will not be at Daytona, California or Martinsville. First race will be at Atlanta. Hearing that Setzer will not be in the #8 for 12 races as a potential sponsorship deal fell through. Setzer & MRD are entered at Atlanta and plan to continue their partnership for as many races as possible in 2009.
09* Nate Monteith (Bristol)
John Wes Townley
Toyota Graceway Pharmaceuticals (Bristol)
BBM Brad Parrott TRT
As part of a joint venture, RAB Racing and Billy Ballew Motorsports will field the #09 Toyota Tundra sponsored by Zaxby's at Lowe's Motor Speedway.
9* Max Papis Toyota GEICO Toyota Germain Racing Mike Hillman TRT
GEICO has announced a six race sponsorship deal for Papis in the truck series beginning with California. Other races include; Atlanta, Dover, Bristol, Phoenix & one TBA. GEICO has added Martinsville to the schedule bringing the total to seven.
12* Mario Gosselin
Derek White (Phoenix, Martinsville)
Dexter Bean (Milwaukee, Dover)
Chevy MyTireMonkey.com (HMS, Talladega)
OCR (Phoenix)

James Carter, Attorney at Law
DGM Racing
DGM Racing George Church ?
Entered at Daytona; not sure how many races team plans to run in 2009. MyTireMonkey.com signs on as sponsor at Talladega and will sponsor this team in 2010.
17 Peyton Sellers
Timothy Peters
Toyota Danville Ready Mix/SFP (Martinsville)TBA
Dickies Barbeque (Texas)
Hayes Iron & Metal
Hair of the Dog Energy (Calif)
Steve Stallings Jason Overstreet TRD
Timothy Peters started the season with the team; switched to Red Horse Racing in June; Peyton Sellers in the truck at Martinsville.
19* Marc Davis Chevy Howard Univ. Radio WHUR Harry Davis Tommy Morgan ?
Davis makes first start in 2009 at Martinsville Speedway.
22* Chris Fontaine *(Lowe's)
Chris Jones (Kansas)
Wayne Edwards
Dodge TBA
Red Rocks Cafe
Gunbroker Racing
Dwayne Gaulding Harold Gaulding Jr. Arrington
Dwayne Gaulding, a representative of GunBroker.com Motorsports department has formed a new NASCAR Camping World Truck Series team. Wayne Edwards named as driver for Daytona. Ran a few races at beginning of season.
27* Duane Bischoff Chevy Karl Chevrolet/AmericInn/partbuddy.com (Iowa)
Econo Lodge/PartBuddy.com
Cambria Suites Indianapolis Airport (ORP)
Duane & Doty Bischoff Justin Bishoff PME
Newly formed team. Team plans to run five races in 2009 if funding in place. Entered at ORP.
28* Andy Lally (Talladega, Daytona)
Wayne Edwards (Lowe's)
Chevy FDNY Racing
Kissin Kuzzins Construction
Jim Rosenblum Dick Rahilly RAHMOC Racing Engines
Generally runs one or two races each season. Andy Lally named as driver for the season opener at Daytona.
29* Mikey Kile (7 races)
J R Fitzpatrick (Talladega)
Brad Keselowski (Bristol)
Chevy Greased Lightning Cleaning Products Brad Keselowski Racing Wayne Setterington ?
Brad Keselowski Racing makes it's first start of the season at Martinsville with Mikey Kile as driver. Scheduled to run seven races in 2009.
31* Ricky Carmichael (Phoenix
Scott Wimmer
Chevy Monster Energy (Phoenix)
Wolfpack Rentals (Texas)
Steve Turner John Monsam(Phoenix)
Michael Shelton
Team making debut at Dover with driver, Scott Wimmer. Plan is to run 3-5 races in 2009. Steve Turner is now owner of this team and is running Texas with Scott Wimmer as driver. Ricky Carmichael takes over this ride for the remaining two races in 2009 and will be in the truck full time in 2010.
32* Chase Austin Chevy Trail Motorsports
Griffin Masnonry(Daytona)
Arthur Shelton
Armando Fitz
Clint Cram PME?
Newly formed team [formerly Fitz Motorsports]. Chase Austin is expected to run the full season. Team has leased trucks & crew from MRD for first two events with Randy Dean as crew chief. After that, Dennis Connor will be the crew chief. Team ran the first two races and had planned to run the full season. However, after relocating their shop, they have decided to regroup and get organized before attempting more races. Next race is scheduled to be Kansas; team will most likely miss more races this season. Entry for Kansas has been withdrawn due to lack of funding. Status of team remains in limbo.
34* Paul Bamburak Chevy BnB Racing Maria Bamburak Tony Johnson TBA
Newly formed truck team with plans to run at least four races in 2009 beginning with Memphis in June.
36* Tim Andrews (Texas, Chicagoland)
Jack Smith
Ford Mittler Bros Machne David Porter Michael Mittler ?
Second team for Mike Mittler; making first start at Kentucky.
37* Robbie Brand Ford Lagunitas Sheryl Brand Roger Gordon ?
First series start at Phoenix Int'l Raceway.
38* Mike Garvey Chevy S&W Services Susan Bates Rod Sieg ?
Third entry for team; first start for #38 at HMS.
39* Ryan Sieg Chevy S&W Service
RMS South, Inc.
Susan Bates Mike Garvey ?
Team makes first start at Milwaukee; next race will be Kentucky. Ryan Sieg made one previous start with GunBroker Racing at Martinsvile. Team plans to run less than 7 races so they will be eligible for ROTY status in 2010.
41* Dan Brode (HMS)
Marc Mitchell
Chris Jones
Ryan Mathews
Dodge Mike Berg Trucking Carl Hartman Todd Coron ?
Newly team making first start at Kentucky.
42* TBA (Vegas)
Mike Harmon
Chevy Chrome Soda (Vegas) Just1Shirt.com Mike Harmon Jerome Edge ?
Team making first start at Memphis.
44* Tommy Joe Martins Ford TBA Craig Martins Joe Jones ?
Team makes first series start at ORP. Running a handful of races in 2009.
50* Wheeler Boys Dodge USANA Wheeler Boys Trevor Boys ?
Team made first series start at Martinsville; entered again at Phoenix.
52* Ken Schrader Toyota Federated Auto Parts Ken Schrader Donnie Richeson TRD
Enters a couple of races every year.
53* Justin Hobgood Chevy Georgia Beef Board Bill Bishop Robert Bentley ?
Truck entered at Daytona.
61* Brett Thompson Dodge Rich Thompson Trucking
Windmill Inn & Suites
Richard Thompson Lonnie Rush Jr. ?
Tentative plans are to run Fontana, Vegas & Phoenix in 2009. Entered at California; Iowa
63* Ben Stancill Ford Mittler Bros. Machine & Tool MB Motorsports Mike Mittler Mike Mittler
Team expects to run a few races during the season. Team plans to run seven races this season.
65* Lance Hooper (Talladega)
Chris Fontaine (Vegas)
Lance Hooper (Gateway)
Jamie Mosley (Kentucky)
Trevor Boys (Memphis, Michigan)
J.J. Yeley
Chevy County Building Center
Stegar Lumber Co.
Lumberman's Millwork & Supply
Tagsby Racing Kelly Frankum Kroyer Engines
Team owners, Joey Sonntag & Ron Crosby purchased trucks from Michael & Brendan Gaughan with JJ Yeley set to drive the truck beginning at Kansas Speedway. Trevor Boys steps in as driver at Michigan and Memphis; Yeley in other team truck, #73. TBA for Kentucky.
71* Kevin Conway (Phoenix)
Robert Richardson (Talladega)
Rob Fuller
Chevy ExtenZe (Phoenix)
Mahindra Tractors
Draco Springs
Rob Fuller John Quinn (Phoenix)
Tim Rice (Martinsville)
Steve Plattenberger
Team making first series start at ORP. Team plans to run four more races in 2009; Loudon, Martinsville, Talladega and Phoenix with driver Rob Fuller or Robert Richardson [which races for drivers TBD]. Sponsors for the #71-Chevy are Draco & Mahindra.
72* John Jackson
Peyton Sellers (Milwaukee)
Mario Gosselin(Dover)
Clay Rogers(Atlanta)
Chevy James Carter, Attorney/SponsortheTruck.com
MaysSolutions.com (Kentucky, Memphis)
James Carter John Sarppraicone ?
Team making first start at Atlanta. Team has entered several more races in 2009.
73* Lance Hooper (HMS, Talladega)
Dexter Bean
J.J. Yeley
Chevy County Building Center Tagsby Racing Joey Sonntag Kroyer Engines
Second entry for Tagsby Racing at Michigan -- Yeley switches from #65 to #73.
74* Jennifer Jo Cobb (Kansas)
Larry Foyt (Daytona)
Dodge Price Chopper
Blu Frog Energy Drink
Derrike Cope Inc. Rich Markle ?
Hearing that Derrike Cope is going to run one or two truck teams in 2009. Larry Foyt is named as the season opener at Daytona. Blu Frog Energy Drink to sponsor. Price Chopper comes on board as sponsor for driver Jennifer Jo Cobb at Kansas, with Capital Federal Bank as an associate.
75* Ryan Mathews Ford JandRSupply.com Ray Hackett Racing Ray Hackett Roush-Yates
Team attempted to make their first start at Dover, but time constraints forced this team to move their first start to Texas. Ryan Mathews named as driver.
76* Ryan Hackett Ford Extend-A-Haul(Talladega, Chicago)
The Great American Spice Company (Michigan)
believeintomorrow.com (Dover)
Ray Hackett Racing Craig Nemes Roush-Yates
JTG Racing equipment was purchased by Ray Hackett Racing and will make series debut at Homestead-Miami Speedway with plans to run some races in 2009. Team bringing second truck to Dover -- Hackett will be in the #75 this weekend; Brandon Whitt in the #76.
77* J.C. Stout Toyota TBA
Strutmasters.com (Daytona)
Phillip Hudgins Steve Stallings ?
Second team entered for Premier Motorsports at Daytona. Also entered at California.
83* Brandon Duchescherer Chevy Glenden Enterprises Chris Fontaine Inc. Thomas Rule PME
Second entry at Bristol for Chris Fontaine Inc.
84* Chris Fontaine Chevy Glenden Enterprises
BDH Construction/FRAXA (Dover)
Yellowstone Energy Services
Chris Fontaine Inc. Kevin Ingram PME
Team has purchased three trucks from TRG and plans to run at least seven races this season including; both Martinsvile races, Dover, Memphis, ORP, Bristol, & Milwaukee. Fontaine switched to #21 Gun Broker Racing Dodge at Kansas.
85* Brent Raymer
Ford Ford Drive One.
CTR Fabrication

Brent Braymer.com
Cars Truck & RV's (Kentucky, Kansas)
Gerrard Tire (Lowe's)
BuyGeorgiaCabins.com (Martinsville, Atlanta/Assoc.)
Christina Raymer Josh Raymer ?
Raymer will make his first start of the season at Daytona, and will attempt to make most of the races this season pending sponsorship.
87* Chris Jones
Chevy Copy Wizard
Safe Surfin Foundation
Rick Jones Mark Parks ?
Team made first series start in 2009; running a handful of races.
89* Chris Lafferty (Martisnville)
Mike Harmon (Vegas, Kansas, Atlanta, Calif)
Jason Cochran (ORP)
Wes Burton (Memphis)
Nick Tucker (Lowe's)
Dillon Oliver (Martinsville)
Marc Mitchell (Daytona)
Chevy Lafferty Performance/Blue Ox
Horizon Computer Systems
Lafferty Motorsports Chris Lafferty Lafferty
Mike Harmon named as driver for Daytona & California. Lafferty Motorsports plan to attempt to make all the races in 2009. Marc Mitchell replaced Mike Harmon as driver at Daytona. Mike Harmon in at California. Team withdrew entry at Kansas. Team using various drivers throughout season.
90* Brad Sweet (HMS, Phoenix)
Brent Sherman (Chicagoland, Memphis)
Gabi DiCarlo
Toyota Great Clips Stringer Motorsports Randy Nelson TRD
Team has announced they plan to run some truck races along with their regular ARCA schedule. DiCarlo is scheduled to make series debut at Martinsville. Debut pushed up to California after NASCAR approved her to run the race. Additional NCTWS events for DiCarlo this season include Martinsville Speedway, The Milwaukee Mile, Iowa Speedway, New Hampshire Motor Speedway and her hometown track of Phoenix International Raceway. DiCarlo has decided to also add the Atlanta race to her schedule. Leffler subbed for DiCarlo at Milwaukee. Brent Sherman named as driver for Memphis race.
92* Derek White(HMS)
John Jackson
Chevy OCR Gaz Gar
Mario Gosselin John Sarppraicone ?
Third team for DGM making first start at Chicagoland.
93* Shane Sieg
Mike Garvey (Gateway)
Chevy S & W Towing Pam Sieg Tony Wilson ?
Team made first start at Kentucky.
98* David Gilliland
Michael McDowell
Chevy Menards (Texas)
Perkins Police
ThorSport Racing
Duke & Rhonda Thorson
TBA (Texas)
Tommy Baldwin Jr
Third entry for ThorSport Racing at New Hampshire. Michael McDowell will be the driver.
99* Brett Butler Chevy Loan Max Dwayne Tatman Gary St Amant ?
First start for this team with driver Brett Butler. Butler has one previous start at Martinsville in 2009.
4 ? Dodge Dodge Dealers BHR-VA ? Arrington
Toward the latter part of the 2008 season, this team ceased operation. Hearing they are looking for sponsorship to start this team up again. Dodge has announced that they will not be returning in 2009.
7 David Gilliland
Frank Deiny Jr. (Kansas)
J.R. Fitzpatrick
Chevy TRG Motorsports
TRG Motorsports Butch Hylton PME
J.R. Fitzpatrick to drive at Daytona. Prior to Kansas, team officials have announced that its NASCAR Camping World Truck Series team will run a reduced schedule with driver J.R. Fitzpatrick the rest of the season. David Gilliland was named as driver at Lowe's, supposed to run companion races for remainder of season. Reported that team has suspended truck operations.
09 ? Ford Zaxby's Roush Fenway Racing Chad Norris Roush-Yates
Multiple drivers in the seat for 2008. Jack Roush has stated current plan is to run only one truck in 2009; this team probably not returning.
9 ? Toyota Construct Corps
Germain Racing Jason Overstreet TRT
Marks is reported to be headed to Nationwide in 2008. Michael Annett is moving to Germain Racing in 2009, but the plan is to run full-time in the Nationwide Series. Germain does not plan on running the #9 truck.
18 ? ? ? Bobby Hamilton Racing-VA Marcus Richmond ?
At Homestead it was reported that Dennis Setzer was looking for ride in 2009. Following the banquet, Lori Shuler Hamilton announced that the team is ceasing operations. No word on what will happen to the trucks and equipment.
20 ? Ford ? JTG Racing ? Roush-Yates
Team ceased operations in 2008 following the Dover race; future status unknown.
21 Keven Wood
Jon Wood Wood
Ford Barnhill Group
Air Force
Wood Bros Gere Kennon Roush-Yates
Team has let go all of his truck employees; may not return at all in 2009 if sponsorship is not found.
22 ? Toyota ? Marty Gaunt
Michael Held
It has been formally announced that Bill Davis Racing has been sold to Marty Gaunt & Michael Held. Details of race team plans TBA in the coming weeks. Triad Racing Technologies will not run any truck teams in 2009.
29* Scott Lynch Dodge Jasper Engines & Transmissions Dodge James Lynch Larry Pryor ?
Status unknown.
40* Mike Bliss Chevy Westerman Companies (6 races)
StopRepairBills.com (Lowe's/Martinsville)
Oakland Metal Buildings (4 races)
Curtis W. Key Sr. Gary Showalter Key Motorsports
Team announced they will return full-time in 2009; driver TBA. Westerman Companies returns as sponsor for at least six races. Mike Bliss has signed as driver for six races; Key Motorsports negotiating possibility of more races with Bliss. Gary Showalter returns as crew chief. Oakland Metal Bldgs. came on board at Daytona -- will also sponsor at Calif, Atlanta & Talladega. Team has withdrawn their entry from Kansas; plans to cut back from full-time to part-time with driver, Mike Bliss. They plan to run the Charlotte race, as well as seven upcoming races in which the team has sponsorship commitments with Westerman Companies and Oakland Metal Buildings. Team has switched focus to NNS and is no longer running in the Truck Series.
44* Lance Hooper Chevy Key Motorsports Key Motorsports Lance Hooper Key Motorsports
Entered at Daytona. Team no longer running in Truck Series.
49* Bradley Riethmeyer Dodge BlackwaterUSA.com Tracy Trotter ? ?
Has not entered any races to-date in 2009.
71 ? Chevy ? TRG Motorsports Jon Wolfe PME
TRG plans to bring two trucks to Daytona -- drivers not named to date. Preliminary entry list shows only the #7 entered from TRG. Status unknown for remainder of season.
73* Derrike Cope Dodge TBA Derrike Cope Inc. Rich Markle ?
Derrike Cope entered at Kansas -- sponsor TBA.
99 Erik Darnell Ford Northern Tool & Equipment Roush Fenway Racing Matt Puccia Roush-Yates
Roush Fenway Racing plans to move Erik to the NNS series on a part-time basis. At this point Roush Fenway only plan to run truck in 2009; #6 with Colin Braun.
?* Brett Rowe Ford Diest Industries(assoc) Herd Racing ? ?
Team plans to run at least 10 races; possibly full time with a second team if sponsorship can be secured.

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