(Silly Season Chart)

Last Update 11-16-2010
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, and
it’s updated as new information becomes available.

Jumps on this page:
Rookie of the Year Drivers
Drivers Looking in 2010
Full Time Teams
Part Time Teams / Unknown Details

2010 Rookie of the Year Candidates (ROTY)

#47-Brett Butler
#10-Jennifer Jo Cobb
#3-Austin Dillon
#7-Justin Lofton

Drivers Looking in 2010

Willie Allen
Johnny Benson
Matt Carter
Rick Crawford
Ted Musgrave
Steve Park
Dennis Setzer


RED – indicates new in 2010 [full time]
ROTY – indicates Rookie of the Year candidate
* Next to truck # – indicates part time schedule
? Next to name or sponsor – rumored/unknown
? Status unknown

2 Elliott Sadler

Clint Bowyer (Phoenix)

Ken Schrader

Shelby Howard (ORP, Chicagoland, Kentucky)

Kevin Harvick

Chevy CitiFinancial (Homestead)
Realtree (Texas)
Moore’s Marinade (Nashville, Talladega)
Efans Chevrolet (Martinsville)
Foretravel Motorcoach (ORP, Chicagoland)
Grand Touring Vodka (Bristol, Pocono)
Stubb’s BBQ(Gateway, Darlington)Premier Chevy Dealers
Grange Insurance (Michigan)
Best Buy/Insignia (Charlotte, Dover)
ShopEZGO.com (Kansas, Atlanta)

Charter Communications (Nashville)
Kroger/Tide (Martinsville)
Kevin Harvick Inc. Ernie Cope ECR
Kevin Harvick & Elliott Sadler are now set to share this ride for a total of 15 races in 2010. Engines will be supplied by Earnhardt Childress Racing Engines. Doug George named as crew chief. George, a former driver, most recently served as crew chief for Kyle Busch and Aric Almirola at Billy Ballew Motorsports. Another driver will pick up the remaining races. Hunt Brothers Pizza to sponsor Sadler in both Cup and Truck races. Doug George moves as crew chief of the #2 team to the #33 team following Daytona. ShopEZGO.com is the primary sponsor at Atlanta with Kevin Harvick as driver & Ernie Cope as crew chief. It was announced during Atlanta practice that Butch Hylton will be taking over the crew chief responsibilities for the #2 following the Atlanta race. Shelby Howard in the #2 truck for three races; ORP, Chicagoland & Kentucky.
3 Austin Dillon, ROTY Chevy Bass Pro Shops
Tracker Boats
Richard Childress Gary Stockman RCR
Plan is to run the full season with Austin Dillon in the black #3. Plans for a second team have been scrapped; Tim George will run the full ARCA season for RCR instead. Bass Pro Shops have come on board as sponsor of the #3 RCR Chevy for the majority of races in the Truck Series.
4 Ricky Carmichael Chevy Monster Turner Motorsports Doug Randolph ECR
Turner Motorsports has announced that Ricky Carmichael will run the entire 2010 truck season along with 9 ARCA races. KHI will provide equipment & technical support for this new team. Monster Energy has signed a muti-year deal to sponsor Carmichael.
5 Mike Skinner Toyota International/Monaco RV
PC*MILER Navigator (Iowa)
Randy Moss Motorsports Stacy Johnson TRT
Mike Skinner has “blogged” that he, Randy Moss & David Dollar are looking to keep the team intact in 2010. They have some sponsors returning and are also pitching others new sponsors. Skinner has stated that he will be returning to this team in 2010. Gene Nead has joined RMM and will serve as Skinner’s crew chief. Navistar’s Internationa/RV brand has been named as sponsor for Skinner’s #5. Exide back on board as primary for six races plus associate for full season. Following the Charlotte race, RMM & crew chief mutually agreed to part ways. Team engineer Stacy Johnson will serve as interim crew chief.
6 Derek White (Homestead)

C.E. Falk

Lance Fenton (Texas, LVMS)

Jeffrey Earnhardt (Gateway, Talladega)

Amber Cope (Martinsville)

Donnie Neuenberger

Carl Long

Ken Butler

Clay Greenfield (Bristol)

Brett Butler (Darlington)

Bobby Hamilton Jr. (Pocono)

Ryan Rust (ORP)

JC Stout (Iowa, Charlotte)

Michael Guerity (Texas)

DJ Kennington(Martinsville)

Brian Rose (Kansas, Nashville)

Chevrolet TBA
FOOY (Martinsville)
Direct Auto Insurance/Lilly Trucking (Nashville)
Firestop/Adopt Hero (ORP)
EZ Slider Cylinder Liners
Maththews Mobile Media
Kids Embrace
TrueView Live (Nashville)
Northern Provincial Pipelines (Martinsville)
Rick Ware Racing Michael Cluka ?
Team plans to run the full season in 2010 with Donnie Neuenberger in select events. Lilly Truck has become an associate sponsor for both the #6 & #47 trucks for remainder of season. Jeffrey Earnhardt joins RWR starting with Gateway race, and will run select events toward gaining approval to run Daytona in 2011. Rocky onboard as associate sponsor for RWR teams. Team running with various drivers throughout the season; Bobby Hamilton Jr. added to the roster.
7 Justin Lofton, ROTY Toyota visitPIT.com
Lofton Cattle
Tom Deloach Mark Rette TRD
Reigning ARCA Champion, Justin Loftin moves to the Truck Series full time in 2010 with Lofton Cattle as sponsor.
07 John King (Homestead, Martinsville)

Tony Jackson Jr.

Donny Lia

Butch Miller

Sean Murphy (Daytona)

Chevy Fairway Ford/Express Signs/Davis Love Foundation Homestead)
Courtesy Chevrolet (Martinsville)

ASI Limited
Autism Speaks (Dover)
Hilton Garden Inn (Atlanta)
Dietz & Watson (Daytona)
SS Green Light Racing Troy Smith
Mike Davis (Pocono)
Jason Miller
Tony Jackson Jr. is set to drive seven races beginning with Martinsville. Crew chief is Jason Miller. Sean Murphy will drive the #07 in the season opener at Daytona with Dietz & Watson as sponsor. Donny Lia in the ride for several races this season.Lia & SS Green Light Racing parted ways following Bristol.
10 Jennifer Jo Cobb, ROTY Ford LilysCosmetics.com (Homestead)
Guier Fence
Driven Male.com
Mark One Electric (Gateway,Kansas)
Parkway Hotel (Gateway)
Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing Steve Kuykendall Roush/Yates
Circle Bar Racing sold the #10 truck to Jennifer Jo Cobb, and most likely will run the entire season. Team is working with a Kansas City-based construction company about sponsorship, nothing has moved forward or been solidified with that particular sponsor to-date. Mark One Electric has come on board as our sponsor at Kansas along with Metro Ford, Time Warner, Big Bob’s Outlet and Candlewood Suites helping out.
12 Mario Gosselin Chevy Accell Construction (4 races)
TireMonkey.com/James Carter Atty
UNOH/HT&S Mulch (Bristol)
DGM Racing Tom Buzze ?
During qualifying at Chicagoland, it was reported that Mario Gosselin has signed a sponsor for next season and plans to run the entire schedule in 2010. MyTireMonkey.com has signed on as primary sponsor of Mario Gosselin’s #12 Chevrolet Silverado for a minimum of 10 races with full intent of funding of all the 25 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series events to be held in 2010. Gosselin picks up new sponsor for four races; NHMS, LVMS, Texas & Phoenix.
13 Johnny Sauter Chevy FarmPaint.com

Curb Records
Roll the Gold (Nashville)
In Country Television
SealMaster (Martinsville)
Tim McGraw/etc./EasytoInstall.com/SouthernCandle.com
(Atlanta, Daytona)

Mike Curb Joe Shear Jr. PME
Just prior to 2009 Fall Martinsville race, it was announced that Johnny Sauter had re-signed with ThorSport Racing to run the full season in 2010.
17 Timothy Peters Toyota RHR
Wiss (assoc.)
Crescent Tools/RHR (Nashville)
K&N (Atlanta, Daytona)

Tom Deloach Jeff Hensley TRD
Following Peters win at Martinsville, RHR owner, Tom Deloach said that Timothy Peters would be returning to the team in 2010; however, they still need to find sponsorship. Tom Deloach has stated he will be fielding this team for Timothy Peters. Jeff Hensley has come onboard as crew chief. K&N sponsoring at Daytona. Strutmasters.com on board at Martinsville. The Crescent Tools logo will adorn the #17 Toyota as an associate sponsor for the entire 2010 season.
18 Kyle Busch

Brian Ickler

Kasey Kahne (Pocono)

Johnny Benson (Texas)

Toyota Traxxas (Homestead, Talladega, Chicagoland)
Iamsecond.com (Texas)
Dollar General (Kentucky, Nashville)
NASCAR.com/RaceView (Bristol)
Toyota Dealers
Toyota of Scranton (Pocono)
Viasystems Group
Heluva Good (Daytona)
Kyle Busch Eric Phillips TRT
Kyle Busch Motorsports will run two full-time teams in 2010; possibly three. Kyle Busch will drive the #18, with Brian Ickler scheduled to pick up the ride in the stand-alone truck series events. It’s been reported that KBM has hired Eric Phillips [formerly with RMM] as crew chief; now confirmed. Miccosukee sponsorship fell through at the last minute; still looking for full-time sponsors. Heluva Good is listed as sponsor for Daytona. Ickler replacing Busch in the seat at Martinsville; Busch will be in the truck at Nashville.
23 Jason White Ford GunBroker.com/MuleDeer Foundation

MEFPursuit Channel
Outdoor Channel Outfitters (3 races)
ASI Limited/Akzo-Nobel

/Pheasants Forever (Iowa)
Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

Steve Urvan Doug Howe ?
Jason White reunites with SS Green Light Racing in 2010. Doug Howe will continue as crew chief. Gunbroker.com will continue as sponsor; ASI Limited coming on board at select events. Outdoor Channel Outfitters onboard for 3 races; Nashville, Darlington & Bristol. Pursuit Channel onboard as associate for Pocono and Martinsville races.
30 Todd Bodine Toyota Germain.com
The Night Train” (Atlanta)

GEICO (Daytona)
Germain Racing Mike Hillman Jr. TRT
No known changes for 2010. Team utilized a variety of sponsors in 2009; continuing to search for full-time sponsor. GEICO onboard at Daytona.
33 Ron Hornaday Chevy Georgia Boot
Armour Vienna Sausage/Kroger (Martinsville)
Tide/Kroger (Bristol)
Ollie’s Bargain Outlet (Pocono)
Charter (Gateway)
Karl Chevrolet
Longhorn (9 races)
Kevin Harvick Inc. Butch Hylton ECR
Rick Ren has left this team to work with Kyle Busch Motorsports. Engines will be supplied by Earnhardt Childress Racing Engines. Dave Fuge named as crew chief. Fuge joins KHI as a two-time Truck Series championship team owner with Xpress Motorsports in 2002 and 2003 with drivers Mike Bliss and Travis Kvapil. Rheem returns to KHI; associate sponsor for Hornaday. After one race, Dave Fuge has been released as crew chief. Doug George moves as crew chief of the #2 team to the #33 team following Daytona. ShopEZGO.com is set at the primary sponsor for the #2 at Atlanta; will also be an associate sponsor for the #33 throughout the season. E-Z-GO steps up to serve as primary sponsor for seven more races in 2010. Starting with the Martinsville fall race, Butch Hylton moves to the #33 crew chief position for the remainder of the season.
39 Ryan Sieg

Mike Garvey (ORP)

Chevy S& W Services
Waste Pro
Pam Sieg Kris Nicholson ?
According to team owner, team will be at Daytona in February, and plans to run entire season. Driver swap between #39 & 93 at ORP.
46 Craig Goess

Jason Bowles (Texas)
Clay Greenfield

John King (NHMS, Bristol)

JC Stout

Tim Andrews (Pocono)

Brian Rose (Iowa, Texas)

Terry Jones (Dover, Kansas)

Willie Allen (Nashville)

Dennis Setzer (Daytona, Atlanta)

Toyota (Texas, Talladega)
TBA (Texas)
Greenville Toyota
Fairway Ford/Express Signs
Team Gill Racing
Dixie Home Crafters Dodge (Atlanta)
PlaneGuts.com (Daytona)
Joy Gill Jefferson Hodges ?
Team Gill Racing is entering the #46 Dodge at Daytona with Dennis Setzer as driver. Team running various drivers throughout season.
47 >Jeffrey Earnhardt

Bobby Hamilton Jr. (Phoenix, Texas, NHMS, Bristol)

Donnie Neuenberger (Talladega)

DJ Kennington (Martinsville)

Lance Fenton

Brett Butler, ROTY

Chevy Greetings Express
Plan B Technologies
Greetings Express
Rick Ware Gary Cogswell ECR
Team plans to run the full season in 2010 with Rookie of the Year contender Brett Butler. Lilly Truck has become an associate sponsor for both the #6 & #47 trucks for remainder of season. Rocky onboard as associate sponsor for RWR teams.
51 Aric Almirola Toyota Riverside Cafe (Homestead)
Zyclara/Graceway Pharmaceuticals
Billy Ballew Richie Wauters TRT
Aric Almirola switches to the #51 for BBM, and Graceway Pharmaceuticals has signed on as sponsor for the 2010 season.
57 Norm Benning Chevy Norm Benning Racing Norm Benning James Dugger ?
Team has run all races to-date in 2010.
60 Cole Whitt (Homestead)

Stacy Compton

Narain Karthikeyan

Chevy SafeAuto Insurance
Starbeast Motorsports
Wyler Racing Marcus Richmond ?
Stacy Compton entered at Daytona with a new crew chief, Chad Kendrick, who was Timothy Peters crew chief in 2009. Beginning with Martinsville race, team is switching from Toyota to Chevy. Narain Karthikeyan has signed on to drive at Martinsville and will run a select number of races in 2010. Team and crew chief, Chad Kendrick parted ways just prior to the Martinsville fall race. Marcus Richmond returns as crew chief.
81 David Starr Toyota Zachry
ASI Limited (Phoenix)
Stratosphere (LVMS)
Allegro Marinade (Kentucky)
Chasco Constructors
Cash America
PC*MILER Navigator (Pocono, Kansas, ORP)
Steve Urvan Jason Miller TRT
Following Bristol, Randy Moss Motorsports shut down the #81 truck with an unclear future; Starr got in the #21 for Chicagoland. Starting with the Kentucky race, Starr moves to SS Green Light Racing for the remainder of the 2010 and will bring the number 81 with him.
85 Brent Raymer Ford Ford Drive One./Brent Raymer.com Pete Raymer Josh Raymer Roush-Yates
If sponsorship is found, team would run full season in 2010. They will be at Daytona and plan to run the first five races. Full season depends on sponsorship.
88 Matt Crafton Chevy Menards
Australian Gold
Zecol (Dover)
Thorsport Racing
Duke & Rhonda Thorson
Bud Haefele PME
Crafton will return to ThorSport Racing in 2010. Australian Gold is onboard for three races; Atlanta, Las Vegas & Phoenix. Ideal Door on the hood for eight races starting with Nashville. McGuire-Nicholas to sponsor four races; Kansas, Charlotte, Texas (Nov.), Homestead.
89 Chris Lafferty

Mike Harmon

Wayne Edwards (Daytona)

Chevy/Ford Lafferty Motorsports
Marriott/Shula’s 347
Calvin Wood Scott Kazura Lafferty
Team entering with various drivers in 2010.
93 Mike Garvey

Ryan Sieg (ORP)

Shane Sieg

Chevy S&W Services Pam Sieg Tony Wilson ?
According to team owner, team will be at Daytona in February, and dependent sponsorship, alsoplan to run the entire 2010 season.
00* Dominick Casola (Talladega)

Brian Weber (Darlington)

Chase Miller (Atlanta)

Carlos Contreras (Daytona)

Chevy TBA (Talladega)
Chillaxation/Potencia Energy Blast/Alpina Bottled Water
Daisy Ramirez Motorsports ? DEI/Robinson
Second team at Daytona for the newly formed Daisy Ramirez Motorsports. Carlos Contreras in the ride for Atlanta. Carl Long makes his return to NASCAR at Atlanta.
01 Carl Long

Larry Foyt
Angela Cope (Martinsville)

Chris Lafferty (Kentucky)

Jerick Johnson

Jeremy Petty (Darlington)

Joe Aramendia

Mike Guerity (Texas, Charlotte)

Dillion Oliver, ROTY

Mike Harmon(Martinsville)

JJ Yeley (Daytona)

Chevy Doug Hanson.com(Talladega)
ODYSSEY Battery (Martinsville)
IamAFootSoldier.com (Charlotte)
Koma Unwind/Chillaxation Drink
Daisy Ramirez Motorsports Mark O’Rourke (Bristol)
Morris Van Vleet
New team formed by Daisy Ramirez COO of BeBev and CEO and founder of Potencia Energy Drink. Plan is to run all 25 races — Kerry Earnhardt is scheduled to drive at Daytona and Atlanta? Dillion Oliver is running for ROTY and scheduled to take over at Martinsville. Due to scheduling conflicts, Kerry Earnhardt has withdraw as driver at Daytona. JJ Yeley picked up the ride at Daytona. Driver change at Martinsville; Mike Harmon will be in the seat…also hearing that it is a Mike Harmon owned trucking utilizing the #01 number. DRM has announced that starting with ORP, Joe Aramendia will be in the #01 for the remainder of the season. Carl Long will run select races in the #00 for DRM. Aramendia drove for DRM at Texas & a couple more races; parted ways prior to Darlington.
06* Tim Bainey Jr., (NHMS)

Dale Brackett

Chevy Complete Hydraulics (NHMS) Valerie Yurek Joe Decker ?
New team making debut at Martinsville. Plan is to run 7 races this season. Tim Bainey Jr. steps in as driver at NHMS.
1* Nelson Piquet Jr. (Daytona) Toyota TBA Thomas DeLoach Rick Gay TRD
Team has entered Daytona race with Nelson Piquet as driver. Team is still seeking sponsorship for 2010 to run full season.
8* ? Chevy ? MRD Motorsports Randy Dean PME
MRD Motorsports is working with a driver [reported to be David Johns] and feels close to securing sponsorship. Team may not make first start until Martinsville.
9* Max Papis

Tom Hessert (Phoenix)

BJ McLeod (Martinsville)

Jason Bowles (LVMS)

Chevy (Martinsville)
Boggy Creek Airboat Rides (Martinsville)
Germain Racing Chad Kendrick
Jamie Jones
Rich Simon (LVMS)
Bootie Barker
GEICO ran some races with Papis in 2009. Truck is supposed to be entered at Daytona.
11* Miguel Paludo Toyota Stemco Myra Deloach Rick Gay TRD
Paludo ran a couple of races with Germain this season, but will now run Texas and Homestead with Red Horse Racing. Rick Gay will be the crew chief.
15 Jason Bowles (Martinsville)

Nelson Piquet (LVMS, Charlotte, Texas, Michigan)

Johnna Long (Chicagoland, Nashville, ORP)

Denny Hamlin (Pocono)

Steve Wallace (Gateway, Iowa, Nashville, Atlanta)

Johnny Benson (Kansas, Dover, Martinsville)

Ted Musgrave (Daytona)

Toyota TBA
Panhandle Grading & Paving
Digital QPons (Pocono)
Merit Pro/Avery Graphics (Gateway)
Toyota of Des Moines (Iowa)
Red Top Collector Auto Auction (3 races)
Hope for Haiti (Daytona)
Graceway Pharmaceuticals
Billy Ballew Cody Glick TRT
Ted Musgrave is named as driver for the season opener at Daytona with Hope for Haiti as sponsor. Associate sponsors Eco Clear Solutions, MagicJack.com and Bee My Bear are all lending a hand in the Hope for Haiti cause. Steve Wallace makes his series debut at Atlanta. Team representatives have informed us that Nate Monteith, originally scheduled to run seven races, will no longer be driving any events for Billy Ballew Motorsports.
16* Wes Burton Chevy TBA (Texas)
UNC Charlotte (Martinsville)
Pancan.or/C&C Tool & Machine
Jack Green IV Nathan Chea (Texas)
Tim Jenkins
New team; Wes Burton making first 2010 appearance.
216* Travis Kvapil (Homestead)

JC Stout (Gateway)

Donnie Neuenberger

Chevy Rick Ware Racing Rick Ware David Mitchell ?
Third team for Rick Ware Racing.
19* David Mayhew Chevy MI Services-Ron’s Rear End Steven McGowan Terry Henry ?
Making first series start at Las Vegas.
20* Johanna Long Toyota Panhandle/Group3 Asphalt Panhandle Motorsports Kevin “Cowboy” Starland TRT?
Johanna Long makes her 4th 2010, but this time in the family-owned, Panhandle Motorsports Toyota.
21 David Starr (Chicago)

(Butch Miller

Donny Lia (Pocono, Daytona)

Butch Miller

Chris Eggleston (Iowa, Charlotte, Kansas, Martinsville)

Johnny Chapman (Texas)

Toyota (Kentucky)
Allegro Marinade (Kentucky)
East End Helicopters

ASI Limited
H2O Fire Protection (Kansas, Martinsville)
Steve Urvan Jason Miller (Kentucky, Pocono)
Troy Smith
Jason Miller (Pocono)
Mike Davis
Team is entered with Donny Lia at Daytona. Lia is scheduled to move to share the #07 with Tony Jackson for the remainder of the season.
22* Tim George Chevrolet RCR Development Harold Holly (Phoenix) Richard Chilress RCR
24* Cody Cambensy (Martinsville)

Mike Harmon

Ford Motor Whisky/MasterCraft Safety/Line-X (Martinsville)
Lafferty Performance
Tracy Lafferty TBA (Martinsville)
Daniel Kolanda
Second entry for Lafferty Motorsports at Iowa. Upshaw Adams Racing utilizing the #24 at Martinsville fall race.
25* Tayler Malsam Toyota Iron Horse Jeans (Homestead)
Coinstar-HEB (Texas)
Randy Moss Daniel Stillman ?
Returns to series at Las Vegas with Randy Moss Motorsports.
27* Jeremy Petty Chevy ? Duane & Doty Bischoff ? BES
Team has signed Jeremy Petty as driver in 2010. Team may be at Daytona pending sponsorship; will be at Atlanta and hope to run the rest of the season.
28* Andy Lally (Talladega)

Wayne Edwards (Charlotte)

L W Miller

Chevy FDNY Racing Jim Rosenblum Dick Rahilly RAHMOC Racing Engines
Team generally runs one or two races each year including season-opener at Daytona.
29* Parker Kligerman

Brad Keselowski

Dodge Brad Keselowski Racing
Miller Lite (Gateway)
Brad Keselowski Chris Carrier (Texas)
Wayne Setterington
Brad Keselowski makes his 2010 Truck Series debut at Nashville. Keselowski plans to run three more races in 2010.
31* James Buescher Chevy Wolf Pack Rentals Turner Motorsports Michael Shelton ?
Team is now owned by Steve and Sandra Turner. James Buescher will run both the Nationwide and is set to run at least 19 races in the truck series with this new team. Turner Motorsports is running a second full-time team with Ricky Carmichael. Buescher makes first start for Turner Motorsports at Kansas.
37* Robbie Brand Ford Laguinitas Brewing/Free Maysin Clothing/World com Financial/Osiris Shoes Sheryl Brand Roger Gordon ?
Team making first 2010 start; second series start at Phoenix.
41* Steve Park Toyota Bollegraaf Van Dyk Baler and Lubo USA Sharp Hartman Racing TBA ?
In collaboration with Sharp Hartman Racing, ESR will make its entrance into the NCWTS at Chicagoland with driver Steve Park.
42* Mike Harmon Chevy Just1Shirt.com Mike Harmon Jerome Edge ?
Team made first start in 2009 at Memphis; plans for 2010 unknown.
44* Will Kimmel Ford Lucas Oil/Ansell/Checkmate Bill Kimmel Bill Kimmel ?
Team making first series start at Kentucky; future plans unknown.
48* Hermie Sadler

Bryan Silas (Talladega)


Tim Bainey Jr. (Pocono, Gateway, Nashville, Atlanta)

Michelle Theriault
(6 races)

Chad McCumbee (Iowa)

Chevy Sadler Foundation
Virginia Lottery(Martinsville)
ProGold Lubricants/VP Parts Warehouse

Rockingham Speedway/FT-11 Degreaser
TNA (Michigan, Charlotte)
DelGrosso (Atlanta)
Andy Hillenburg David McClure ?
Team plans to run full season in 2010 with a variety of drivers. Team missed a couple of races. Michelle Theriault as signed on for six starting at ORP; rest TBD.
49* Michelle Theriault (Pocono)

Richard Harriman (Gateway)

Chad McCumbee

Chevy FT-11 Degreaser
75000000.com (Atlanta)
David McClure David McClure ?
Team plans to run full season in 2010 with a variety of drivers. Not listed on preliminary entry list for Martinsville.
50* TJ Bell (Texas, Charlotte)

GR Smith

Dodge Liberty Tire Recycling-Pinnacle
Twin Oaks Services South (Assoc)
Ronad McDonald House Charities (Nashville)
Make Motorsports Scott Weaver ?
New team making debut at Nashville. Team plans to run a Nashville, Charlotte, Talladega, Kentucky & Darlington, and hopes to run full time in 2011. Kansas added to schedule. Twin Oaks Services South added as associate sponsor.
52* Ken Schrader Toyota Federated Auto Parts Ken Schrader Donnie Richeson TRD
Enters a couple of races every year. Making first 2010 start at Martinsville.
61* Brett Thompson Dodge Rich Thompson Trucking Richard Thompson Lonnie Rush Jr. ?
Team generally runs a few races in the Western states. No known changes for 2010.
161* Justin Hobgood Chevy Fuel Doctor Rick Ware TBA ?
Third entry for Rick Ware Racing at Michigan.
62* Greg Pursley Chevy Star Nursery Gene Price Jerry Pitts ?
K&N Pro Series regular makes first Truck Series start at Iowa.
63* Jack Smith (Texas, Kansas)

Ben Stancill

Ford Mittler Bros. Machine & Tool MB Motorsports Mike Mittler Mike Mittler
Team runs a few races each season.
64* Peyton Sellers

Chase Mattioli

Chevy Skills USA (NHMS)
Pepsi Max (Pocono)
Stacy Compton Marcus Richmond ?
Chase Mattioli makes his series debut at Pocono driving a second entry for Turn One Racing owned by driver Stacy Compton.
65* Chris Fontaine (LVMS)

Lance Fenton (Gateway)

Wayne Edwards

Chevy County Building Centers
Lumberman Millwork & Supply
Joey Sonntag Kelly Frankum Kroyer Engines
Team makes first 2010 start at Texas.
71* Eddie MacDonald Ford TBA Robert Grimm Rollie Lachance Jr. Roush-Yates
Eddie MacDonald makes first series start at NHMS; using spec engine.
72* John Jackson

Caitlin Shaw (Phoenix)

Chevy The Oil Medics (Phoenix)
James Carter Atty/SponsorTheTruck.com Chevy
James Carter Walter Shafer ?
Second truck for DGM & James Carter.
73* Brian Johnson Jr. (Homestead)

Rick Crawford (Texas, LVMS, Chicagoland)

Chris Fontaine

Chevy Superseal (LVMS, Chicagoland)County Building Centers Tagsby Racing Travis Sharpe Kroyer Engines
Team making first 2010 start at Texas. Runs a handful of races throughout the season.
74* Derrike Cope Dodge Becker Law Firm/Charter Communications Derrike Cope Rick Markle ?
Second attempt in 2010 at Kentucky; DNQ at Daytona.
75* Chris Jones (Kansas)

Ryan Mathews

Ford TBA Ray Hackett Racing ? Roush-Yates
RHR plans to run a second truck at select events with former Bill Davis Racing driver Ryan Mathews. Chris Jones named as driver at Kansas.
76* Rick Crawford (Kansas)

Brian Johnson Jr. (Martinsville)

Ryan Hackett

Ford SUPERSEAL (Kansas, Nashville, Martinsville)
Kentucky Steel Buildings (Atlanta)
Sears Sand and Gravel (Daytona)
Ray Hackett Racing Travis Sharpe Roush-Yates
Team has signed a new crew chief and sponsors Sears Sand and Gravel of Gloucester, VA to the role of primary sponsor at Daytona with associate sponsors Mullinax Ford and Bill’s Title Service of Texas. Team plans to run entire season if sponsorship continues to fall in place. DoorsStopNation.com will also be a associate sponsor for Ryan Hackett at Daytona. Brian Johnson Jr. is named as driver for Martinsville; may run a few more races in either #75 or #76. Rick Crawford steps in for Kansas. Team has announced that they are cutting back due to lack of sponsorship.
77* Tom Hessert

Justin Hobgood

Miguel Padulo

Toyota TBA
Richard Germain TBA
Jamie Jones
Germain Racing adds another team with Brazilian racer Miguel Paludo.
82* Paddy Rodenbeck Chevy Integrity Global Security
Green Hills Software
Patrick Rodenbeck Jeffrey Caudill ?
Rodenbeck to attempt series debut at Martinsville. Team plans to attempt a few more CWTS races to include; Iowa, Gateway, ORP and if approved, Talladega.
84* Chris Fontaine Chevy Glenden Enterprises
FRAXA (Dover)
Chris Fontaine Inc. Kevin Ingram PME
Fontaine makes his first 2010 start at Atlanta; first time at track. Plans after Atlanta: Team plans to race in Late Model races and get ready for the next NCWTS race at Nashville. The plan is to run ten NCWTS races this year, and if they had the money, would run the full schedule.
86* Jamie Dick Chevy Viva Auto Group Jimmy Dick Michael Naake ?
New team for Jamie Dick making first start of 2010 at Kansas.
87* Chris Jones Chevy Yogurt Technologies, LLC
Copy Wizard
LCS Motorsports
D.W. Campbell Tire Inc. (Dover, Atlanta)
Rick Jones Jason Dawson ?
Team makes first 2010 start at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
90* Brad Sweet

Donny Lia (NHMS, Kentucky)

Jesse Smith (Kansas)

James Buescher (Nashville)

Toyota Great Clips
Dayton’s Racers Auction & Trade Show (Kentucky)
Great Wolfe Lodge/Childs Tire (Kansas)
Stringer Motorsports Trent Owens TRD
Brad Sweet will pilot the #90 Great Clips Toyota Tundra in a select number of races during the 2010. Trip Bruce has signed on as crew chief; plan to-date is to run a total of 8 races. James Buescher picks up the ride at Nashville. Donny Lia signs on for Kentucky and more…[not disclosed].
92* Dennis Setzer Chevy www.fleetHQ.com/BTS Tire & Wheel Distributors Ricky Benton Michael Hester ?
RBR Motorsports, with owner Ricky Benton makes series debut at Martinsville with Dennis Setzer as driver. Rain caused this team to miss a qualifying attempt at Martinsville. Team has entered Charlotte race with Sezter as driver.
95 Grant Enfinger

J.C. Stout

Tim Andrews (Kentucky, Chicagoland, Dover, Kansas)

Carl Long (Pocono)

Clay Greenfield (Bristol, Iowa)

Terry Jones

Lance Fenton (Nashville)

Geoff Bodine (Atlanta)

Johnny Benson (Daytona)

Ford (Talladega)
Team Gill Racing
Bo-Dyn Bobsled Salute (Atlanta)
Plane Guts
Danny Gill Danny Gill ?
Crew Chief Danny Gill & Fenton Racing have merged to form Team Gill Racing. They plan to run up to seven races in 2010 and plan to run for ROTY in 2011. Team Gill Racing has signed Johnny Benson as driver at Daytona; more races possible. Geoff Bodine to run Atlanta. Fenton & Team Gill racing parted ways following Nashville.
96* Dale Brackett Chevy TBA Valerie Yurek Shain Romanoski ?
New team making debut at Martinsville. Plan is to run 7 races this season.
[was 99]
Derek White Chevy OCR Gaz Bar Derek White Robert Bosisio ?
Team making first 2010 start at Kansas.
195* Cody Cambensy Ford ? Upshaw-Adams Racing Jay Estes UAR
Team returns to series and has signed sprint car driver, Cody Cambensy as driver. They plan to run as many races as possible in 2010 pending sponsorship.
02 Andy Ponstein Chevy CorrieStottRacing.com Corrie Stott Corrie Stott Collins
According to team owner Corrie Stott, team plans to run full season in 2010 with drivers Andy Ponstein & Dillon Oliver. Team also hopes to field a second truck at least on a limited basis. With Oliver going to Ramirez Racing, status of this team is unknown.
08 Butch Miller Chevy ASI Limited SS Green Light Racing Michael Davis ?
With SS Green Light Racing joining forces with Jason White and the #23, plus running the #07, it remains unclear whether they with run the #08 in 2010.
11 ? Toyota Red Horse Racing
Thomas DeLoach Jr.
Jeff Hammond
Chad Kendrick? TRD
Looks like TJ Bell is not returning to RHR in 2010. Owner Tom Deloach has stated he is running two teams with Peters & Lofton as drivers. He is also trying to put together a package for ex-Formula 1 driver, Nelson Piquet to drive the full season.
14 Rick Crawford Ford TBD
Circle Bar (Atlanta)
Lilly Trucking (Daytona)
Tom Mitchell Blake Bainbridge Roush-Yates
Circle Bar Racing & crew chief, Kevin Starland have parted ways; team looking for new crew chief. Team also looking for a new sponsor as Int’l Truck & Engine is reported to be moving to Mike Skinner’s team. Lilly Trucking onboard for one race deal at Daytona; Blake Bainbridge named as crew chief. Team looking for additional sponsorship to run entire season.
? Toyota Zachry Holdings ?
Harris Trucking
HT Motorsports
Jim Harris
Jason Miller TRD
HT Motorsports has trimmed employees for the winter months; rumor of possible merger with another team in 2010..
25 ? Toyota Harris Trucking/Toyota HT Motorsports
Jim Harris
Danny Rollins TRD
HT Motorsports has trimmed employees for the winter months. There is rumored to be talks of merging with another team going into 2010.
56 Tayler Malsam Toyota Toyota/One Eighty Kyle Busch Dan Stillman TRT
Kyle Busch Motorsports will run two full-time teams in 2010; possibly three. Tayler Malsam will drive the #56 full-time in 2010. Dan Stillman has been hired as crew chief for Malsam. Malsam making the move to Nationwide with Braun Racing beginning with June Nashville race; KBM shutting down #56 for remainder of season.

Prior Team Charts / Other Info
2009 Truck Series Team Chart
2008 Truck Series Team Chart
2007 Truck Series Team Chart
2006 Truck Series Team Chart
2005 Truck Series Team Chart
2004 Truck Series Team Chart
2003 Truck Series Team Chart
2002 Truck Series Team Chart
2001 Truck Series Team Chart
2000 Truck Series Chart
1999 Truck Series Team Chart
Jayski’s Truck Series Silly Season Site
Truck Series Team Addresses
Jayski’s Silly Season Site Main [Cup] Page

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