Dirt late model driver returns to Niece Motorsports for the Bristol Dirt Track
Tyler Carpenter is set to make his second NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series start. He’ll race the No. 41 for Niece Motorsports on the Bristol Dirt Track.
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“I’m really excited for another opportunity to get back behind the wheel of one of these trucks,” said Carpenter. “I’m thankful for the opportunity from Niece Motorsports, Precision Vehicle Logistics, AutoVentive and Worldwide Express. I learned a lot about these trucks last season and definitely feel like we have something to prove this year.”
Last year, Carpenter made his NASCAR debut at Knoxville Raceway. He won the seat after winning the prior Gateway Dirt Nationals event in Downtown St. Louis.
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Niece Motorsports comments
“We are thrilled to have Tyler back behind the wheel this season,” said Niece Motorsports General Manager Cody Efaw.
“Tyler learned a lot last season at Knoxville in the truck that I think will help him this year at Bristol. We expect that with his vast dirt experience and what he learned last year in the truck that he will be in contention for a win at Bristol. We’re thankful to everyone at Precision Vehicle Logistics, AutoVentive and Worldwide Express for the support.”
The truck will be sponsored by Precision Vehicle Logistics, AutoVentive and Worldwide Express.
Jason Wilson, Vice President of Precision Vehicle Logistics
“On behalf of the 1200+ hard-working individuals at Precision Vehicle Logistics, and its family of companies to include AutoVentive, we are very proud to continue the well-deserved celebration of ours and our employee’s accomplishment, in being awarded one of the 30th Annual Supplier of the Year awards from General Motors,” said Jason Wilson, Vice President of Precision Vehicle Logistics.
“It is an honor for us to celebrate this accomplishment, in this way, and along with a great organization, and mutual General Motors partner, in Niece Motorsports. We would like to thank General Motors, Niece Motorsports, all their employees, and partners to include Worldwide Express, for this opportunity.”
“We are grateful to have a driver like Tyler to represent our ambition to win, and our brands, as we look forward to him showing these talented asphalt guys a thing or two at Bristol on the dirt.”
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