Kyle Busch Motorsports
2017 Fantasy Racing Outlook
The next up-and-coming prodigy for KBM and Toyota is Gragson. He’ll take over the No. 18 Toyota Tundra this season. Gragson replaces the now-departed William Byron as this stable’s new budding star. This young driver has been tearing up the K&N Pro Series East and West the last two years. With a combined six victories and 32 Top-10 finishes in just 42 starts, Gragson has been opening eyes at this level of NASCAR. The 18-year-old Las Vegas native also sneaked in a couple truck series starts last year for KBM in this truck, so he’s not completely unfamiliar with these chassis. Gragson will face a sharp learning curve, but it appears he’ll be a quick study. Teaming him with crew chief Marcus Richmond should yield pretty good results. Gragson will be a top contender for Rookie of the Year in the truck series.
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