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Matt Jaskol Released by G2G Racing

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series team G2G Racing has released Matt Jaskol, Jaskol announced via his Instagram page on April 7.

“As the news is breaking that I will not be in the #46 NASCAR truck tonight at Martinsville, VA for G2G Racing, I want to clarify that this was not the decision made by myself nor my sponsor, AutoParts4less.com but rather G2G Racing,” Jaskol wrote. “Even with the shortcomings and setbacks of the first few races, we had a contract and agreement for a full season effort and we were committed to the team to see that effort through.

“Unfortunately, on Sunday of this week (4/3) G2G Racing requested to modify the contract between my title sponsor AP4Less but we were unable to accommodate their request,” he stated. “It was then decided by the team they needed to go in a different direction and opted to suspend our contract.”

“This decision by the team has left me disappointed, as I felt I had worked very hard and faithfully delivered my best efforts under the terms of the contract along with putting forth much effort to help grow their new team,” Jaskol continued. “At this time I am exploring several other opportunities and hope to make an announcement soon. I wish G2G well with their future racing endeavors. This is most definitely not the end, merely a small detour to more opportunities. Much love to all my family, friends, supporters and fans!”

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Kaden Honeycutt will debut in the Trucks at Martinsville. Piloting the No. 46 Toyota, Honeycutt will start 34th after qualifying was canceled due to inclement weather.

After competing in six NASCAR Xfinity Series races last year, Jaskol signed with Tim Viens‘ new team G2G to run full-time. Jaskol started three Truck races this season, though he failed to qualify for the first two races of this season. Overall, Jaskol recorded a career-best finish of 19th place at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

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Mark Kristl joined Frontstretch at the beginning of the 2019 NASCAR season. He is the site's ARCA Menards Series editor. Kristl is also an Eagle Scout and a proud University of Dayton alum.

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