The Camping World Truck Series race will feature a few marquee names this weekend. Kyle Busch and Ryan Blaney will join Kurt Busch as they attempt to capture a win at Atlanta Motor Speedway this weekend.
Kyle will drive the Kyle Busch Motorsports No. 18 Toyota Tundra with sponsorship coming from Dollar General. This will be Busch’s first start of the season in the truck series after he competed in 16 races in each of the last two seasons.
Over his 32 starts in 2010 and 2011, the boss led KBM to 14 of its 16 victories, all eight poles and 24 top-five finishes. Busch is a four time winner at Atlanta but his last win came in the No. 51 truck of Billy Ballew. He finished second and third in the last two truck races at Atlanta.
Ryan Blaney on the other hand will be making just his second career start in the truck series. He will assume the seat of the No. 29 truck after driving the No. 19 in his debut last week at Bristol. The No. 29 truck was driven by Parker Kligerman to start the season but he and team owner Brad Keselowski parted ways despite the truck being seventh in the point standings. The 18 year old Blaney finished sixth at Bristol.