Five NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Drivers To Watch In 2013

By Christy Valdez
Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

With the testing sessions at Daytona and Charlotte in the books as the start of the 2013 season for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series has to wait until Daytona in February.

As the days remaining until the start of the season now within less than a month, the truck series drivers will be anxious to get back to the track. In less than a month the first green flag of the season will wave and the trucks will be the first of NASCAR’s series to begin racing for a championship.

Going into the 2013 season many drivers will be competing for their chance to be called truck series champion, meanwhile for the defending champion he will be looking to repeat his dominance and to continue his reign as champion. Others will be looking for their championship that could have been in the previous season or for the one that got away.

Heading into the new season many drivers will attempt to race and qualify into every race in their quest to become champion but in 2013 there will be five drivers that will be some of the top competitors in the series and ones to keep an eye on. James Buescher, Ty Dillon, Ryan Blaney, Timothy Peters, and Joey Coulter will be the drivers to look out for in the upcoming season.

After being one of the most competitive and the series with the closest battle for a championship in the 2012 season, the 2013 season will be one to look forward to within all of NASCAR. Most of the five drivers were within the drivers racing for the title last season and they played a major role in one of the most historic seasons in the series.

With less than a month to the official start of the season at Daytona International Speedway, it’s time for these drivers to prepare for another opportunity at the championship.

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