Ickler's History at Kansas... It should come as no surprise that Brian Ickler lists Kansas Speedway as one of his favorite stops on the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series circuit. The California native has only competed twice at the Kansas City race track, but he came home with two top-five results on both occasions, finishing fourth and fifth.
Race Rewind: Martinsville Speedway... Brian Ickler started from the seventh position in his No. 7 Bullet Liner for the postponed Kroger 250 at Martinsville Speedway. He battled in the closing laps to finish 10th in the second race on the 2014 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series schedule, earning his 11th top-10 finish in 24 career Camping World Truck Series starts and climbing to 13th in the driver championship point standings.
Brian Ickler on the Set Up... Although the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series hasn't raced since March, Brian Ickler has stayed busy. During his time away from the track he manages "Ickler Manufacturing," a manufacturing shop that he has built from the ground up. Kaitlyn Vincie and the FOX Sports 1 crew stopped by his shop to get an inside look at his business, and to film a segment that will air on the Set Up show on FOX Sports 1 prior to the SFP 250, Friday, May 9.
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