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January 23, 2024

Truck Series’ Triple Truck Challenge program for 2024 unveiled

Grant Enfinger celebrates in Victory Lane following his Triple Truck Challenge win at World Wide Technology Raceway.
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NASCAR officials released the 2024 schedule Tuesday for the Truck Series’ Triple Truck Challenge, which returns for its sixth season in May and June.

The three-race schedule was announced Tuesday afternoon during a preseason competition briefing at the NASCAR Research & Development Center. “The Trip” was created in 2019 and provides an opportunity for series regulars to compete for extra monetary incentives.

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This season’s Triple Truck Challenge schedule:

  • May 24: Charlotte Motor Speedway
  • June 1: World Wide Technology Raceway
  • June 28: Nashville Superspeedway

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All three venues made up the 2023 running of the initiative. The program returns to St. Louis for a fifth time in six seasons, while Charlotte and Nashville will each host its third contest.

Eligible drivers who have elected to earn Craftsman Truck Series championship points will receive a $50,000 bonus for one win. If a driver wins two out of three races, he or she will be awarded $150,000. If a driver wins all three Triple Truck Challenge races, a $500,000 prize will be awarded.