Eggleston, LeMastus Eager to Head to the Lone Star State
After two weeks off, the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) will return to action this weekend at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas. DGR-Crosley will field two trucks in the PPG 400: the No. 17 Crosley Brands Toyota Tundra driven by Bo LeMastus and the No. 54 Globe Sprinkler / H2O Fire Protection Toyota of Chris Eggleston.
LeMastus, who has competed in three NCWTS events this season for DGR-Crosley, tested at the one-and-a-half-mile track last month. However, this weekend will mark LeMastus' first race at Texas Motor Speedway. He has two previous NCWTS speedway starts this season at Atlanta Motor Speedway and Kansas Speedway where he averages a 15th-place finish between the two starts. LeMastus also has six ARCA Racing Series starts at one-and-a-half-mile tracks.
Eggleston, like his teammate, will also be tackling Texas Motor Speedway for the first time this weekend in his second NCWTS start for DGR-Crosley. The 29-year-old Erie, Colo. native is coming off a 13th-place finish at the one-and-a-half-mile track of Charlotte Motor Speedway, his second-best NCWTS finish.
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