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Entry List: 2023 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Championship

The NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series makes its final stop of the season at Phoenix Raceway.

Thirty-eight teams will battle to make the show. Two drivers will not qualify for the event, barring an entry list change.

Kaden Honeycutt gets one more opportunity this season to drive the No. 02 Chevrolet Silverado, replacing Brad Perez.

ARCA Menards Series champion Jesse Love will drive in the No. 1 Toyota Tundra for TRICON Garage. The entry made its last appearance at Talladega Superspeedway, which featured team owner David Gilliland driving the truck.

ARCA regular Christian Rose will step up to AM Racing’s No. 22 this weekend, which was ran by Mason Maggio previously at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

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Stefan Parsons will drive the No. 25 for Rackley WAR this weekend. Veteran Trevor Bayne piloted the Chevrolet Silverado at Homestead.

Chris Hacker makes his return to the Truck Series after being reinstated by NASCAR. He will pilot the No. 30 entry for On Point Racing, which was last driven by Jonathan Shafer.

Hattori Racing Enterprises will field its No. 61 Toyota Tundra for the finale, having Jake Drew in the cockpit.

ThorSport Racing has ARCA young gun Conner Jones fielded for the No. 66 Ford F-150. Jones last made a start at Bristol Motor Speedway, finishing a career-best 15th.

Sean Hingorani also populates the entry list for the No. 75 Chevrolet Silverado for Henderson Motorsports. The No. 75 made its last appearance at Talladega with Parker Kligerman.

Derek Kraus will pilot a second Spire Motorsports entry in the No. 77 truck. Kraus will attempt for his third start of the season, his first since the Milwaukee Mile. Marco Andretti‘s in the team’s No. 7.

The No. 33 of Reaume Brothers Racing is currently listed as TBA.

Truck Phoenix Entry List

The Truck Series 2023 season will conclude on Friday, Nov. 3 at 10 p.m. ET. Coverage will be provided by FOX Sports 1.

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Wyatt Watson has followed NASCAR closely since 2007. He joined Frontstretchas a journalist in February 2023 after serving in the United States Navy for five years as an Electronic Technician Navigation working on submarines. Wyatt writes breaking NASCAR news and contributes to columns such as Friday Faceoff and 2-Headed Monster. Wyatt also contributes to Frontstretch's social media and serves as an at-track reporter, collecting exclusive content for Frontstretch.

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