Featured NASCAR Heat 3 - Meet the Camping World Truck Roster

Discussion in 'NASCAR Heat 3' started by Paul Jeffrey, Aug 7, 2018.

  1. Paul Jeffrey

    Paul Jeffrey
    RaceDepartment Editor-in-Chief Staff Premium

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    NASCAR Heat 3 will contain 4 different series from the officially sanctioned NASCAR career ladder, and today we get to see who will be included from the epic Camping World Trucks...

    For those not too familiar with the third tier Camping World Truck Series, the category is very similar to its bigger and faster brothers the Xfinity and Monster Energy series, however the key difference here is the body shape of the vehicles raced, moving away from the traditional "stock car" formula to a pickup truck style shell.

    Coming in a little slower than the big series with a restricted 450hp and slightly less refined aerodynamics, the Camping World Truck Series often produces very fierce racing and a spectacular on track experience, as the cars tend to move around under the driver much more than is the case in the main category.

    Featuring many of the up and coming names in NASCAR, plus a few established stars, this is a category that while not unlike the main series, remains a very unique championship in its own right.

    The full Camping World Truck Series driver roster can be seen below:

    #02 Austin Hill – Young’s Motorsports
    #1 Jamie Mosley – TJL Motorsports
    #2 Ryan Vargas – NASCAR Next
    #2 Cody Coughlin – GMS Racing
    #3 Jordan Anderson – Jordan Anderson Racing
    #4 Todd Gilliland – Kyle Busch Motorsports
    #7 Korbin Forrister – All Out Motorsports
    #8 Chase Purdy – NASCAR Next
    #8 John Hunter Nemechek – NEMCO Motorsports
    #10 Jennifer Jo Cobb – Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing
    #13 Myatt Snider – ThorSport Racing
    #15 Robby Lyons – Premium Motorsports
    #16 Derek Kraus – NASCAR Next
    #16 Brett Moffitt – Hattori Racing Enterprises
    #18 Riley Herbst – NASCAR Next
    #18 Noah Gragson – Kyle Busch Motorsports
    #19 Hailie Deegan – NASCAR Next
    #20 Tanner Thorson – Young’s Motorsports
    #21 Johnny Sauter – GMS Racing
    #22 Austin Wayne Self – AM Racing
    #24 Justin Haley – GMS Racing
    #25 Dalton Sargeant – GMS Racing
    #33 Josh Reaume – Reaume Bros Racing
    #38 Max McLaughlin – Niece Motorsports
    #40 Anthony Alfredo – NASCAR Next
    #41 Zane Smith – NASCAR Next
    #41 Ben Rhodes – ThorSport Racing
    #45 Justin Fontaine – Niece Motorsports
    #47 Chris Fontaine – Chris Fontaine Inc.
    #49 Wendell Chavous – Premium Motorsports
    #50 Travis Kvapil – Beaver Motorsports
    #51 Harrison Burton – Kyle Busch Motorsports
    #52 Will Rodgers – NASCAR Next
    #52 Stewart Friesen – Halmar Frisen Racing
    #54 Bo LeMastus – DGR-Crosley
    #68 Clay Greenfield – Clay Greenfield Motorsports
    #74 Mike Harmon – Mike Harmon Racing
    #75 Parker Kligerman – Henderson Motorsports
    #83 Bayley Currey – Copp Motorsports
    #87 Joe Nemechek – NEMCO Motorsports
    #88 Matt Crafton – ThorSport Racing
    #92 Timothy Peters – Ricky Benton Racing
    #98 Grant Enfinger – ThorSport Racing

    Oh and before anyone comments... yes today is a slow news day!

    Have a look over at our NASCAR Heat 3 sub forum for the latest news and discussions about this upcoming game, and don't forget to leave a comment in our NASCAR Heat 3 Wish List thread and let the developers know what you want to see included in the next and future editions of the series..

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    Looking forward to getting involved in some lower level NASCAR action? Are you happy to see dirt, CWTS and Xfinity series cars in the game alongside the main series? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below!
    Last edited: Aug 7, 2018
  2. Pywackett-Barchetta


    Worries me a bit that even the NASCAR Next class looks familiar this time around; that's usually where the most wild variety comes from. Anthony Alfredo's good to see, though.
  3. Ryno917


    ... I know the track very, very, well and it legitimately took me a minute to realise that was Mosport in the picture. On top of @LilSki 's comments about Watkins from the last set of previews, that's worrying to me.

    Or, rather, it would be if I cared about a NASCAR game, but I mean in general; looks like the circuits at least are quite inaccurate.
  4. michelforest


    I would buy this game if only for Mosport. One of the most enjoyable tracks to drive, but sadly missing from most of the current games. I wish Raceroom would add this to its choice of circuits.

    I only found that NASCAR was a lot more fun to play on a PC than watch on television. I could be tempted if (and only if) we have the opportunity to save races in progress. If not, no sale...
  5. Matt Y

    Matt Y

    1. I hope they fix the damage physics in this game.
    2. What is this NASCAR next thing?
  6. Sky


    where's norm?
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