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Sport Hailie Deegan gets full-time ride for 2021 in NASCAR Camping World Truck Series

00:35  18 october  2020
00:35  18 october  2020 Source:   nascar.com

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Hailie Deegan is in no rush when it comes to her fast-paced career. Turning 18 years old Thursday means Deegan will be able to compete on ovals longer than 1.25 miles and drive full time in any of NASCAR ’s three national series . But just because she can doesn’t mean she will.

Get NASCAR race information, including times, TV and results for all three national series and the ARCA Menards Series at Kansas Speedway this weekend. Joe Gibbs Racing announced Tuesday that NASCAR Xfinity Series driver Brandon Jones will return to its No. 19 team full - time in 2021 .

a person holding a football ball: Hailie Deegan gets full-time ride for 2021 in NASCAR Camping World Truck Series © Jared C. Tilton Getty Images Hailie Deegan gets full-time ride for 2021 in NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Ford Performance announced Saturday that Hailie Deegan will move full time to the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in 2021, teaming with DGR-Crosley Racing for a Sunoco Rookie of the Year campaign.

Deegan, 19, just completed her first full season of ARCA Menards Series competition for DGR-Crosley. She’s also slated to make her truck debut in Saturday’s Clean Harbors 200 (4 p.m. ET on FOX, MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio) at Kansas Speedway, driving the No. 17 Ford for DGR-Crosley co-owners David Gilliland and Bo LeMastus.

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Hailie Deegan had high expectations for 2020. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic may have changed what they look like. But it certainly hasn’t lowered It favors the driver that have been there forever.” As of right now, Deegan does not have any Gander Truck Series events or bids set up for 2020 or 2021

Hailie Deegan landed with Ford Performance for 2020 and beyond, with both sides mapping out a methodical Zack Albert | NASCAR Digital Media. Deegan ’s development taking patient approach, even with Deegan branched off from her full - time duties last season in the K&N Pro Series West

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“I am excited for this next step in my career with Ford Performance,” Deegan said. “I have raced trucks in the off-road world but to now have the opportunity to race trucks next season in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series is a dream come true. I have some great partners already behind me for next season. We have a few primaries still available and I hope that we can fill these up in the coming weeks. I can‘t wait for Daytona 2021 to get here.”


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After beginning her NASCAR career with Toyota Racing, Deegan was signed to Ford’s driver development program last December. She had scored three wins in the ARCA Menards Series West the last two seasons before moving to the main ARCA tour this year.

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Home NASCAR Cup Series News Xfinity Series News Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series News eNASCAR NASCAR Roots Videos Photo Galleries Results Standings Weekend NASCAR Next's Hailie Deegan already has two wins in the K&N Pro Series West, but she still has to get her license.

Hailie Deegan proves she's no one-hit wonder as she wins at the Las Vegas dirt track in the I’ve got second a ton of times now, and it just is not fun knowing that there’s a little more you can do So what do NASCAR and Toyota Racing, which has groomed her development in stock cars, have in Deegan ?

Ford officials indicated the automaker had “a broad scope of racing activities planned” for Deegan before the COVID-19 outbreak scattered the racing schedule for multiple series. Even with a somewhat curtailed schedule, Mark Rushbrook — the global director for Ford Performance Motorsports — expressed he was pleased with her growth as a driver.

“We are very happy with Hailie’s progress as demonstrated in her first year as a part of our Ford Performance driver development program,” Rushbrook said. “Continuing with the consistency from DGR-Crosley, Hailie is ready to make the step to the NASCAR Truck Series, providing some intense competition and great racing.”

Deegan placed sixth in Friday’s season finale for the ARCA Menards Series, capping her third-place finish in the 2020 standings. She had four top-five finishes and 17 top 10s in 20 starts this season with a best result of second place on two occasions — once in the season opener at Daytona International Speedway and earlier this month on the dirt at the Illinois State Fairgrounds.

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