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Honeycutt Adds Three NASCAR Truck Series Races to Schedule

Honeycutt will race at Nashville, Richmond and Kansas.


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WILLOW PARK, TX (June 16, 2022) – Rising NASCAR racer Kaden Honeycutt of Willow Park, Texas will return to G2G Racing for an additional three races this season in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Honeycutt, 18, made his debut with the team at Martinsville Speedway earlier this season, running very competitively before being caught up in a crash and finishing 34th. G2G Racing Team Owner Tim Viens liked what he saw from Honeycutt in his first start and was very positive about having the current Nelson Motorsports CARS Tour late model racer back for more.

“I’m excited to have Kaden back with G2G racing at Nashville this coming week,” Viens said. “We were very impressed with his driving abilities at Martinsville. He was very fast before being wrecked out. I believe Nashville will be a great place for him to showcase his skill as a driver. We are pleased he’s returning to our program for an additional three races in 2022.”

The races added to the schedule will be the Rackley Roofing 200 at Nashville Superspeedway on June 24, the race at Richmond Raceway on August 13, and the race at Kansas on September 9. The truck will have The Friends of Jaclyn Foundation onboard to help that organization raise awareness for children battling pediatric cancer as well as a new sponsor CellTech Trailers.

Honeycutt, who came within 13 points of winning the 2021 CARS Tour late model stock season championship before settling for second behind Bobby McCarty, is now McCarty’s teammate at Nelson Motorsports in that series. He has two top-ten finishes in the ARCA Menards Series, both coming in 2019, and has multiple wins in various divisions on the dirt tracks of the Southwest as well.

“I am very excited and thankful for the opportunity from Mr. Viens to be back for three more races this year,” Honeycutt said. “I am going to give 150% percent every lap and do the best I possibly can. Without the support of my Mom and Dad, our sponsors CellTech Trailers and Friends Of Jaclyn Foundation, and all of my fans and supporters throughout the years this couldn’t be possible. With the experience I got at Martinsville, I will come back better prepared on what to expect and what to do. I am ready to get after it starting in Nashville.”

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