Dylan Westbrook, a dirt racing expert, will make his NASCAR Camping World Truck Series debut in the No. 3 Jordan Anderson Racing Bommarito Autosport Chevrolet Silverado this weekend at Knoxville Raceway.
The No. 3 truck will have sponsorship from Townline Variety & Groceries, a Canadian based variety and grocery store.
Westbrook, who hails from Scotland, Ontario, Canada, has amassed 64 wins on dirt tracks across North America. Westbrook, 23, is a three-time track champion at Ohsweken Speedway in Ontario, Canada.
The driver also scored a win at Knoxville Raceway in a 360 sprint car back in 2021. Westbrook is ready to sling dirt in the NASCAR Truck Series.
“I’ve been fortunate enough to have the opportunity to race sprint cars all over the United States and Canada, to make my NCWTS debut at the track most famous for sprint car racing really brings everything full-circle,” Westbrook said in a team release.
For Jordan Anderson, President of Jordan Anderson Racing Bommarito Autosport, he feels Westbrook’s knowledge of the changing track conditions at Knoxville will pay massive dividends this weekend.
“The ability for drivers of a dirt racing background to quickly adapt to the ever-changing track conditions Knoxville Raceway will offer over the course of the race will speed up the learning curve for Dylan when he straps behind the wheel of the truck for the first time,” Anderson said. “His experience and knowledge at the Knoxville Raceway will make him a great addition to the Jordan Anderson Racing Bommarito Autosport team.”
Westbrook says he has made a bigger effort at running more often this season at Knoxville and he feels he may have an edge over the weekly Truck Series competitors as far as what to expect this weekend.
“This year with Hill’s Racing we have been trying to run as many weekly races at Knoxville as possible when there is not a Lucas Oil ASCS Tour event trying to log some extra laps and learn as much as we can in preparation for the famed 360 and 410 Knoxville Nationals in August,” Westbrook said. “I am hoping some of the things I have learned over the years at Knoxville will allow me to have an edge over the NCWTS regulars and earn a respectable finish.”
In 93 starts in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, Jordan Anderson Racing Bommarito Autosport have recorded two top-five finishes and six top-10s. Anderson has scored two runner-up finishes behind the wheel of the truck, himself.
Westbrook will look to add another great performance to the record of the No. 3 team this weekend.