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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Brett Moffitt
Mark Taylor ranks the top drivers in the Truck Series as Brett Moffitt will look to defend his championship after shocking the NASCAR world last season.
Mark Taylor ranks the top drivers in the Truck Series as the movce to GMS Racing paid off big time for Johnny Sauter last season.
Mark Taylor revisits his 2016 Sprint Cup rankings with a February update, but Kevin Harvick is still on top.
It's no surprise who's leading the way in Mark Taylor's 2016 Sprint Cup driver rankings as Kevin Harvick might be even more hungrier this year after falling short of the cup title last season.
Mark Taylor projects wins and more for all of NASCAR's Sprint Cup drivers for this season.
Past Fantasy Outlooks
Signed in early February with Hattori Racing to pilot the team's No. 16 Toyota Tundra full-time in 2018.
As of mid-January it's not been announced that Moffitt is taking over the No. 11 RHR Toyota, but it is expected. Moffitt filled in brilliantly for Matt Tifft in this truck last year when he was sidelined with a brain tumor. In just six starts he picked up a victory (Michigan) and four Top-10 finishes. That certainly got our attention and the attention of the owners at Red Horse Racing. Moffitt has become a journeyman driver in NASCAR, with starts across all three top touring divisions the last four seasons. He'd love a full-time gig with this well-equipped race team. It would seem to be a marriage made in heaven, and we expect it to happen. If so, the potential for wins and Top-10 finishes is obvious.
Moffitt wasn't really expected to make his Sprint Cup Series debut in 2015, but Brian Vickers' blood clots and inconsistency in the No. 34 FRM team ushered in the young driver to an unexpected rookie campaign. Moffitt debuted in the second race of the season at Atlanta and recorded a shocking eighth-place finish in the No. 55 Toyota. While that would be the only top-10 finish of his season, his flashes of brilliance throughout the year bolstered expectations and opportunities to continue racing. With Michael Waltrip Racing folding at the end of last season, it leaves Moffitt a bit up in the air going forward. He was a developmental driver for that organization and now he's a free agent as we enter 2016. This talented, young driver will certainly land some part-time or full-time opportunities to race going forward.
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Signs with GMS Racing
GMS Racing announced that 2018 NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series champion driver Moffitt will join the organization for the 2019 season. The 26-year-old Grimes, Iowa native will be defending his championship title in GMS' No. 24 Chevrolet, alongside veteran crew chief Jerry Baxter, GMS Racing PR reports.
Out at Hattori Racing
Wins Truck Series Championship
By virtue of winning the Ford EcoBoost 200 Camping World Truck Series race at Homestead-Miami Speedway Friday evening, Moffitt was declared the 2018 NASCAR Truck Series champion.
Wins Lucas Oil 150
Moffitt won the Lucas Oil 150 Camping World Truck Series race at ISM Raceway Friday night.
Third at Texas Motor Speedway
Moffitt finished third in the JAG Metals 350 Camping World Truck Series race at Texas Motor Speedway Friday night.