6 NASCAR Camping World Trucks have been listed for sale
Tim Viens is the co-owner of G2G Racing (Glory to God Racing). The Mooresville, North Carolina team competes in the NASCAR Truck Series.
The team fields two entries, part-time. They have entered using the No. 46 and No. 47.
2022 Drivers (G2G): Johnny Sauter, Matt Jaskol, Brennan Poole, Kaden Honeycutt, Ryan Huff, Stefan Parsons, Bryson Mitchell, Samuel LeComte, Tim Viens, Travis McCullough and Chase Janes.
G2G is one of the newest teams in the garage as they were formed for the 2022 season. Viens announced the team last season as he had purchased equipment from Kyle Busch Motorsports.
Now, the team is listing 6 trucks for sale. They have a truck available for each type of track that NASCAR races on.
What does a NASCAR Truck cost? Prices very but from G2G Racing, their most expensive roller listing includes a Superspeedway truck at $55,000 with a 2022 body.
The listing read, “Go see in person, please dont call me with low balls thank you we are selling extras and in no rush!”
All trucks can be seen in person.
NASCAR Trucks For Sale
View the listing below:
1 NCWTS Super Speedway Roller
2022 Toyota Body
Note: Raced Daytona not a scratch
3 NCWTS Short Track Roller
Toyota 2019 Bodies
1 NCWTS Road Course Roller
2019 Toyota body, body just hung
1 NCWTS Intermediate Roller (KBM)
2019 Toyota body
Travis McCullough Controversy
G2G Racing has been in the headlines this week already.
Travis McCullough was set to make his NASCAR debut last weekend at Sonoma Raceway with G2G Racing. However, he never made it to the track.
NASCAR has a strict drug testing policy for rookie drivers. According to McCullough, he took the required test. However, the lab wasn’t able to get the negative test results to NASCAR in time.
“Drug free Sports / CRL had lost or had some issue with receiving my Drug screening from lab in time. Nascar has been in contact heavily with them. We will not be making my start this weekend at Sonoma. 47 Truck was not ready either,” McCullough stated via twitter.
“Clearing the air about drug screen to Nascar. Been hearing rumors so we decided to share. Test was received yesterday 6-13-22 negative. Lab had issues delivering to Nascar on time for Sonoma Race.”
McCullough posted a screenshot of his printed test results. Which were clean.
However, when he arrived at the track, the G2G Racing truck was not prepared, according to McCullough.
“47 Truck wasn’t even ready for the track. Clearly it never made a lap at Sonoma or passed tech,” McCullough stated.
“Even if my drug screening cleared on time , no laps could have been made in a pile of bolts. Learning the hard way.”
McCullough added, “After a long couple weeks of preparing , pictures are the only thing taken away from race weekend at Sonoma G2G has struck again and we are the victims. This team delivered 3,000 miles from home a mess of parts with a body.”
G2G Racing responds
G2G Racing issued a statement on Friday:
“I feel sorry for Travis in this situation. It is very unfortunate, as I was looking forward to working with him at Sonoma,” said crew chief Ryan Bell for the No. 47.
“Travis has stated to multiple news sources that the truck was not prepared for the race. We, the team, were ready to practice, qualify, and race.”
Bell concluded, “As part of this sport, unpredictable situations arise. I wanted to make sure G2G Racing tried to help the sponsors in attendance that weekend.”
Additionally, the team co-owner added comments:
“Tim Silva, crew chief of the No. 46 truck, invited the primary and associate sponsors to pit road for the race, in which accepted and had an amazing experience,” stated Tim Viens.
The team co-owner concluded, “I instructed Silva to get their contact information and we would place them on our trucks at a later date at no additional cost.”