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These are the 2023 NASCAR Truck Series Final Four

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The 2023 NASCAR truck series has been set following the checkered flag in Miami. This year’s championship contenders include Carson Hocevar, Grant Enfinger, Ben Rhodes, and Corey Heim. Let’s take a look at the four drivers who will compete for this year’s truck title on November 3rd at Phoenix Raceway.

Carson Hocevar

Carson Hocevar is coming in hot after winning his fourth race of the season at Homestead-Maimi Speedway. The final four contender also has an average finish inside the top 12 this year. Carson is looking to win the truck series title before heading to the Cup series in 2024 to drive the number 77 Chevrolet for Spire Motorsports.

Grant Enfinger

Some would say Grant Enfinger is a veteran of the NASCAR truck series. He has been racing in the Trucks full-time since 2017, winning his first race in 2016 at Talladega. Grant has 10 career wins with 3 of them coming this season. Also, he has an average finish inside the top 10 this year. Enfinger will be looking for his first Truck championship driving the number 23 Chevrolet at Phoenix.

This is already a special year for Grant following the announcement that he and his wife are having another kid. A Truck title would make his season even more memorable for Grant.

Ben Rhodes

Ben Rhodes will be looking for his second Truck Series championship. Rhodes is the only driver in this year’s final four that already has a championship, that he won in 2021. Ben has a lot of experience racing for the title as this will be his third straight championship round appearance. Ben also has an average finish under 12th this truck series season.

Corey will be chasing his second title in the number 99 ThorSport Racing Ford.

Corey Heim

2023 is Corey Heim’s first playoff appearance in only his second full-time season. Corey also has 3 wins this year with an average finish better than 7th position. Heim’s three wins consist of Martinsville, Mid-Ohio, and Bristol. Corey Heim will be racing the number 11 Tricon Garage Toyota for a truck championship at Phoenix.

After looking more into this year’s truck series final four. Who do you think is the most favorable to win the championship in Phoenix? Also, do any of these stats matter going into the final race? Let us know your thoughts!

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