Front Row Motorsports announced Wednesday that Todd Gilliland would return for his second straight season in the team’s No. 38 Ford in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
Gilliland, 20, again will work with crew chief Chris Lawson. The two achieved four top-five finishes and secured a postseason berth in 2020, the team’s first year of existence.
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“Our debut season in the Truck Series with Todd was very successful,” said FRM owner Bob Jenkins in a team release. “We qualified for the playoffs and had some great runs throughout the year. We’re excited to continue those accomplishments into the future.”
Gilliland returns for his third full season in the Camping World Truck Series. He became a series regular after his 18th birthday in 2018 and has one victory — a 2019 triumph at Martinsville Speedway near the end of his tenure with Kyle Busch Motorsports.
Gilliland, a product of the NASCAR Next initiative, is a two-time winner in the ARCA Menards Series and notched two championships (2016-17) in what is now called the ARCA Menards Series West.
Lawson took over the crew chief role for the No. 38 Ford last year, replacing Jon Leonard after the first two races of the 2020 campaign. Lawson helped guide Gilliland to his two titles in ARCA West, compiling 12 wins over two seasons with Bill McAnally Racing.