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Henderson Motorsports Looking to Increase Truck Series Presence, Field Developmental Drivers

Henderson Motorsports, which has fielded a part-time entry in the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series since 2012, is looking to expand their presence in the series in 2020. The team announced in a press release that they are looking to up the amount of races that they appear in.

According to the release, the team will continue to utilize driver Parker Kligerman, who has scored a win and eight top-10 finishes for the team in just 18 starts over the last three seasons. But the team will also be eyeing young developmental drivers to fill the remaining slate of races for the team.

“My intentions with Henderson Motorsports were to build a successful platform for any aspiring driver,” said team owner Don Henderson. “Using the same principals as we use with Food Country USA, we focus on the quality of our brand before we offer it to our consumer. We want to know that as a team, we can compete week-in and week-out. I feel as if we have a solid foundation to now do that.”

The release states that crew chief Chris Carrier will return to the organization again this season and that they have a technical alliance with GMS Racing.

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