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GMS Racing continues to fill out its 2021 driver lineup, which will contain two more familiar faces.
Both made the playoffs for the team this season.
For Creed, the familiarity of GMS has its perks. After two years of racing full time for the organization, Creed has tallied 23 top 10s and three wins, all of which came this season.
“I’m excited to be coming back for another year with GMS,” Creed said in a team release. “I feel like we’ve made a ton of improvements in so many ways this year compared to my rookie year. I’m thankful to Chevy and everybody at GMS for the opportunity to come back next season to show what we’re really capable of and continue to improve and compete for wins and a championship.”
Ankrum, who scored his first career win at Kentucky Speedway in 2019 while driving for DGR-Crosley, will attempt to build upon his 2020 season, which has netted him three top fives and nine top 10s while driving GMS’ No. 26 Chevrolet.
“I’m thankful for another full-time year in the trucks with GMS next season,” Ankrum said. “This has been a learning year for our team, but I know we’ve got what it takes to go out and compete for wins. This is my first full-time season in trucks and to have the security and support from Maury (Gallagher) and Mike (Beam) to be back for another year is awesome. We still have a lot to prove and we’re in the perfect spot to do that for the rest of the season and next year as well.”
News on whether Creed and Smith will stay with their same truck numbers and crews was not disclosed.
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