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Timmy Hill Back Full Time in 2024

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Timmy Hill will run the full NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series season in 2024, Hill Motorsports announced Dec. 8.

Hill will drive the No. 56 with sponsors UNITS and Coble Enterprises.

It’s a return to full time for Hill, who was also the primary driver in 2022. In 2023, he shared the seat with brother Tyler Hill.

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“This past year had a little bit of everything, we showed some great flashes of what we’re capable of,” Timmy Hill said in a team release. Returning to one truck allowed us to focus on improving the program, which has us in a great spot for 2024. I’m looking forward to going out there every week and competing at a high level to showcase our great partners.”

The release did not specify any plans for Tyler Hill or for a second truck in 2024. In 2022, the team fielded a second part-time truck for Tyler, the No. 5; the number has since been taken by TRICON Garage for Dean Thompson.

In 2023, Timmy Hill earned one top 10 in 14 Truck starts, while Tyler Hill scored a best finish of 20th.

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TimfromPayson

Good guy wish him well

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