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Beaver Motorsports Set for Full 2017 Truck Series Season

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The 2017 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series field got one team deeper on Thursday as Beaver Motorsports announced their intent to run the full season with 2003 NCWTS champion Travis Kvapil behind the wheel of the No. 50 Chevrolet.

Beaver Motorsports is owned by Mark Beaver and will kick off their season in the NextEra Energy Resources 250 at Daytona International Speedway with the Florida Lottery serving as primary sponsor for Kvapil and the N0. 50 Chevrolet.

“We are excited for Daytona with Travis and the Florida Lottery,” said Beaver. “There are a lot of good things happening right now and with the great people working at Beaver Motorsports, I’m looking forward to a great season in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.”

Kvapil, who has nine career wins in the NCWTS to go along with 52 top-5s and 86 top-10s in 190 career Truck Series starts has run the last two seasons for MAKE Motorsports and is looking forward to another season behind the wheel of the No. 50.

“I can’t wait to be back on the track at Daytona for Beaver Motorsports and the Florida Lottery,” said Kvapil. “I can’t thank the Florida Lottery enough for being part of the team at Daytona.  Daytona is always fun and every team out there has a chance to win. It is cool to see how well a small team with an even smaller budget can run well at the superspeedways.”

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Justin Tucker

Been following Motorsports for over 30 years. NASCAR, Indy Car, F1. Earliest racing memory was Richard Petty's 200th Cup Series win. Currently resides in Ridgeway, Missouri. Favorite things to do outside of Racing is watching and cheering on the Kansas City Royals, Cleveland Cavaliers, and Kansas City Chiefs.