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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Timmy Hill
C.J. Radune previews Tuesday's Xfinity race at Darlington where Kyle Busch is the heavy favorite.
C.J. Radune breaks down this week's eNASCAR event as Denny Hamlin seems to be the one veteran racer who can also get the job done in the virtual world.
C.J. Radune previews this week's eNascar race as William Byron is fresh off becoming the first repeat winner in the series.
C.J. Radune analyzes this week's virtual Nascar race at Richmond International Raceway where Ty Dillon makes for a risky choice.
C.J. Radune analyzes who's hot and who's not in the world of eNascar as Denny Hamlin looks to bounce back from last week's disappointing finish.
Past Fantasy Outlooks
The team hasn't announced their 2019 plans as of this writing, but they are expected to attempt the full schedule again this season. The No. 66 Toyota attempted and made all the races but one last season. Hill was the majority pilot with 18 starts. Carl Long was second with six starts. The effort was little more than a start-and-park operation. The team DNF'd 20 of the 33 races, and one DNQ, so it wasn't a competitive ride. The reality is they're probably poised for a similar effort this season.
Hill is a free agent driver in 2018.
Hill signed to race in the Camping World Truck Series for Premium Motorsports in 2016.
Hill signed in late January 2013 to run 18-20 events in the FAS Lane Racing No. 32 Ford. He will compete for Rookie of the Year honors despite the part-time schedule.
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Slated to start at rear at virtual North Wilkesboro
Starting virtual Talladega at rear
Team Lays Off All Employees
MBM Motorsports NASCAR Cup Series driver Hill has become a Cinderella story of the sport's COVID-19 quarantine. He's run no worse than third in every virtual event in the sport's Pro Invitational Series. But on the real racetrack, both Hill and his team find themselves on financial life support. With rumblings of the NASCAR season resuming in the near future, MBM sits in a precarious position to restart its engine along with it, frontstretch.com reports.
Wins Texas iRacing Event
Hill gave the afternoon's dominant car, driven by William Byron, the virtual "bump-and-run" with three laps remaining to take the race lead and then ultimately held off fellow NASCAR Cup Series drivers Ryan Preece and Garrett Smithley for the victory in Sunday's O'Reilly Auto Parts 125, the second event in the eNASCAR iRacing Pro Invitational Series, NASCAR Wire Service reports.
Third at Daytona
Hill finished third in the NASCAR Racing Experience 300 Xfinity Series race at Daytona International Speedway Saturday afternoon.