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Greg Van Alst To Attempt Truck Debut in Indianapolis

Greg Van Alst announced Sunday (Aug. 6) he will attempt to make his debut in yet another of NASCAR’s top three touring series this year.

This time, he’s going truckin’.

Van Alst will drive the No. 20 CB Fabricating Chevrolet Silverado for Young’s Motorsports at Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park on Friday, Aug. 11, for his debut in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series.

Van Alst also made his debut in the NASCAR Xfinity Series last month at Atlanta Motor Speedway for Alpha Prime Racing. He was involved in a crash and finished in 38th.

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The veteran driver caught the attention of teams in Xfinity and Trucks by winning the ARCA Menards Series season opener at Daytona International Speedway in thrilling and emotional fashion.

Funding has been an issue for him, though, and he’s only made four more ARCA starts since. Still, he sits 12th in the driver standings for that series.

The Trucks return to LOIRP for the second year in a row, with the TSport 200 set for Friday, Aug. 11, at 9 p.m. ET. FOX Sports 1 and MRN will carry the coverage.

About the author

Garrett joined Frontstretch as a news writer in 2023, and became a fantasy racing and betting writer in 2024. Hailing from the heart of coal country in southern West Virginia,  he's a married father of three and currently enrolled in the Physical Therapy Assistant Program at New River Community Technical College in Beaver, WV. He has been a racing fan since 1998, primarily watching NASCAR, but branching out to F1 and IndyCar as his love for motorsports has grown.

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Terry

Greg is what racing should be all about. Will be interesting because both he and SVG Will be making their truck debuts. Hopefully Van Alst will be able to use his short track prowess to elevate that truck to the win. You can bet I will be there.

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