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Timmy Hill Full-Time Return: Revving Up for the 2024 NASCAR Truck Series

Timmy Hill Full-Time Return: Timmy Hill, a racer known for his sporadic yet impactful performances, is set to embark on a full-time journey for the 2024 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series season. Despite running only 14 events in 2023, the 30-year-old driver impressed with a commendable top-10 finish and secured the 25th position in the series point standings.

Hill will take charge of the No. 56 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro under the banner of Hill Motorsports throughout the upcoming season. Notably, his venture will enjoy consistent support from longstanding partners UNITS Moving and Portable Storage, as well as Coble Enterprises, who have extended their backing for a remarkable third consecutive year.

Marking their commitment, UNITS Moving and Portable Storage and Coble Enterprises will jointly serve as co-primary partners for 12 of the 23 scheduled NCTS events in 2024. The roster includes prominent tracks such as Daytona International Speedway, Atlanta Motor Speedway, Las Vegas Motor Speedway, and Phoenix Raceway, among others.

The announcement of Hill’s full-time endeavor was shared by Hill Motorsports through a comprehensive press release on Friday. The driver expressed enthusiasm about returning to a single truck for the previous season, emphasizing how this strategic reduction allowed the No. 56 team to hone their focus and witness some exceptional performances in the latter part of the season.

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“This past year was a mixed bag, showcasing glimpses of our potential. Scaling down to a single truck enabled us to channel our efforts into enhancing the program, positioning us strongly for the upcoming 2024 campaign,” Hill remarked in a statement released by the team. “I’m eagerly anticipating hitting the track week after week, striving for excellence to highlight our exceptional partners.”

Having last competed full-time in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series in 2022, where he secured a 20th-place finish in the championship standings, Hill boasts one top-five finish and eight top-10s in his 89 starts within the series. Moreover, his extensive career includes 243 starts in the NASCAR Xfinity Series and 141 starts in the NASCAR Cup Series.

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