Carson Hocevar #42 Good Sam Chevrolet at Darlington (fall). Image Niece Motorsports

Good Sam joins Playoff contender Carson Hocevar at Darlington

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Hocevar on Racing Darlington: “We had such a great truck at Darlington earlier this season, so I was excited when this race got added to the schedule,” said Hocevar.  “We were able to capitalize on a tough race at Gateway and put ourselves in a better position in the points.  We are still going into this race with the mentality that we have nothing to lose and everything to gain.”

Hocevar at Darlington: Hocevar returns to Darlington Raceway for the second time this season.  Earlier this year Hocevar had a strong run at the track nicknamed ‘The Lady in Black’.  The 18-year-old driver started 14th and quickly worked his way to the front of the field, running there for the majority of the race, and ultimately earning a third-place finish.

In the Points: Hocevar gained one spot in the driver standings following the first race in the Truck Series playoffs at Gateway.  He now sits seventh in the standings as the series enters the second of three races in the opening round of the playoffs.  In addition, Hocevar maintains the lead in the Sunoco Rookie of the Year standings.

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