GMS Racing: Throwing Truck-loads of Tribute in Final Ride

In an emotive tribute to its sterling past, GMS Racing will unveil vintage paint schemes at the NASCAR CRAFTSMAN Truck Series finale at Phoenix Raceway. Driver-duo Rajah Caruth and Daniel Dye plan to honor Truck Series Champions Johnny Sauter and Sheldon Creed, rounding out the team’s final NASCAR run. GMS Racing boasts a formidable record showcasing 71 race victories, 42 pole positions, 260 top-fives, and 465 top-10 finishes. The organization’s exit from NASCAR will leave a permanent footprint, yet its ferocious legacy will endure. Caruth revives Sauter’s 2016 Allegiant theme, stirring nostalgia, while Dye will drive Creed’s 2020 paint scheme, reminding us of the strength and resilience of GMS Racing. Don’t miss out on the team’s swan song in NASCAR racing! [“Click Here“] for the original story.

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