Kyle Busch Motorsports made official Saturday Afternoon that Riley Herbst will drive full time for the organization in the 2018 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Season. Herbst, the 2017 ARCA Rookie of the Year, drove full time for Joe Gibbs Racing (except Daytona) last season, scoring one victory at Pocono. Riley Herbst joins KBM's 4 Truck Lineup, driving the #54 NOS Energy Drink Toyota Tundra with Mike Hillman Jr serving as the Crew Chief. Herbst will also run a limited starts for Joe Gibbs Racing in 2018 ARCA Racing Series, sharing the #18 with 2017 K&N Champ Harrison Burton. NOS Energy will follow Herbst and sponsor "majority" of the 2018 season
Brad Keselowski Racing has announced Dalton Sargeant will drive full time for the organization in the 2018 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Sargeant, 19, will pilot the organization's only entry for the 2018 Truck Series Season, driving the #29 Cooper Standard F-150. Team Owner Brad Keselowski revealed in October that they will suspend operations on the #19 team immediately following the 2017 season. Sargeant will replace Chase Briscoe in the #29 as Briscoe is expected to move to XFINITY in 2018. Sargeant drove for Cunningham Motorsports in the ARCA Racing Series in 2017, collecting a couple of wins, and finishing second in the Championship Standings.
GMS Racing's team owner Maury Gallagher confirmed on Saturday that NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver Kaz Grala will not return to GMS Racing for the 2018 NASCAR Truck Series Season. Grala, 18, ran full time for the organization in 2017, running for Rookie of the Year and collecting one win at Daytona. Grala's win propelled him into the Playoff's for 2017 but GMS Racing and Grala mutally agreed to part ways at the end of the season. GMS Racing also announced that Justin Haley, another GMS Rookie from 2017, will remain at the organization in 2018, but will move over to the #33 team, replacing Kaz Grala.