ThorSport Racing is promoting Ty Majeski up to a full-time ride for the 2022 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season. The Wisconsin native will drive the No. 66 Toyota this season. He ran a selective number of races for the team last year, but for this campaign, he will start out at Daytona next week as a full-time driver joining Matt Crafton, Ben Rhodes and Christian Eckes as full-time drivers. We also know that Johnny Sauter will run a Truck for them on a part-time basis too in addition to his opportunities with G2G Racing.
This was all made possible due to sponsorship being provided by Cincinnati Incorporated. They have partnered with ThorSport Racing to serve as the primary partner on the No. 66 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro for multiple NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races in 2022.
The No. 66 Cincinnati Inc. Toyota Tundra TRD Pro will make its debut at Daytona International Speedway on Feb. 18 with Ty Majeski behind the wheel.
“We are excited to expand our NASCAR sponsorships to the Truck Series. Like CI, ThorSport is an Ohio-based company with a long history of success and innovation. The ThorSport teams will now have access to a state-of-the-art CI laser system and press brake which will help their teams enhance the performance of their trucks,” said Tim Warning, CEO & President, Cincinnati Incorporated.
Cincinnati Inc., an American-owned machine tool manufacturer based in Harrison, Ohio, created a scheme that honors the company’s American roots, which dates to its inception in the 1890s. Cincinnati Inc. is responsible for making large-scale manufacturing tools such as software, lasers, press brakes, shears, pm presses, and automation.
“Over the past year, I have built so many great relationships with incredible people at ThorSport Racing. I couldn’t be more honored to chase a championship with them in 2022,” said Majeski. ‘Our Cincinnati Inc. No. 66 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro looks great, and I can’t wait to give it a good run at Daytona. My team and I are ready to make the most of this opportunity.”
This comes a day after GMS Racing announced a merger on the No. 43 Chevrolet with Reaume Brothers Racing for a part-time ride for Thad Moffitt.
I show 41 trucks as of now that will show up at any point during the 2022 season.
Niece Motorsports (4) – Dean Thompson (No. 40), Carson Hocevar (No. 42), Kris Wright (No. 44), Lawless Alan (No. 45)
Young’s Motorsports (3) – Jesse Little/Kaz Grala (No. 02), Spencer Boyd (No. 12), Danny Bohn/Matt Mills (No. 20)
GMS Racing (2) – Grant Enfinger (No. 23), Jack Wood (No. 24)
McAnally Hilgemann Racing (2) – Derek Kraus (No. 19), Colby Howard (No. 91)
Rackley War (1) – Matt DiBenedetto (No. 25)
CR7 Motorsports (1) – Blaine Perkins (No. 9)
Spire Motorsports (1) – Driver and number TBA
Norm Benning Racing (1) – Norm Benning (No. 6)
Henderson Motorsports (1) – Parker Kligerman (No. 75) *part time
Reaume Brothers (1) – Chris Hacker, Thad Moffitt (No. 43)
FDNY Racing (1) – Bryan Dauzat (No. 28) *part-time
Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing (1) – Jennifer Jo Cobb (No. 10) *part-time
ThorSport Racing (4) – Johnny Sauter, other drivers also (No. 13), Ty Majeski (No. 66), Matt Crafton (No. 88), Christian Eckes (No. 98), Ben Rhodes (No. 99)
Kyle Busch Motorsports (3) – John Hunter Nemechek (No. 4), Chandler Smith (No. 18), Kyle Busch/Corey Heim (No. 51)
Hattori Racing Enterprises (2) – Tyler Ankrum (No. 16), Chase Purdy (No. 61)
G2G Racing (2) – Matt Jaskol (No. 46), Johnny Sauter/Roger Reuse/Tim Viens (No. 47)
Halmar Friesen Racing (2) – Stewart Friesen (No. 52), Todd Bodine (TBA)* part time
Hill Motorsports (2) – Tyler Hill (No. 5) *part time, Timmy Hill (No. 56)
On Point Motorsports (1) – Tate Fogleman (No. 30)
Cook Racing Technologies (1) – Clay Greenfield (No. 84)
David Gilliland Racing (3) – Hailie Deegan (No. 1), Tanner Gray (No. 15), Ryan Preece/Taylor Gray (No. 17)
Front Row Motorsports (1) – Zane Smith (No. 38)
Roper Racing (1) – Cory Roper (No. 04) *part-time