Hometown: Delaware, OH. | Birthday: Dec. 11, 1995

Continuing to make his name on the NASCAR circuit, Cody Coughlin’s attention is focused on building off the success he has already had, both on and off the track, for the 2018 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) schedule.

With his first full NCWTS season under his belt, Coughlin joins championship-caliber team GMS Racing full-time, piloting the No. 2 JEGS Chevrolet Silverado.

No. 2 Team:

  • Crew Chief: Jerry Baxter

  • Engineer: Ryan Saloman

  • Truck Chief: Tim Andrews

  • Mechanic: TJ Fleming

  • Mechanic: Austin Pollak

  • Tire Specialist: Eric Maglero

  • Hauler Driver: John Conner

Career Highlights:


  • Competed full-time in the NCWTS, collecting one top-five, three top-10 and 11 top-15 finishes

  • -Career-best NCWTS finish of third at ISM Raceway (formerly Phoenix Raceway)


  • -Ran 10 races in the NCWTS

  • -First driver in history to win two Champion Racing Association championships in one year

  • -Captured the ARCA/CRA Super Series (Super Late Model) and JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour (Pro Late Models) titles with six wins across both series


  • -Made NCWTS debut at Kentucky Speedway

  • -Ran six ARCA Racing Series races, collecting two poles (Talladega Superspeedway and Chicagoland Speedway), two top-five, three top-10 and five top-15 finishes


  • -Ran 11 ARCA Racing Series races, collecting three top-five and eight top-10 finishes, and never finished worse than 13th place

  • -Won the CRA Super Series World Stock Car Festival 100 at Winchester Speedway


  • -Crowned the 2013 JEGS Tour Champion with two wins, seven top-five and nine top-10 finishes

  • -Won the prestigious World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing Pro Late Model race at New Smyrna Speedway


  • -JEGS Tour Howie Lettow Memorial Rookie of the Year


Hometown: Necedah, Wis. | Birthday: May 1, 1978

Johnny Sauter joined GMS Racing for the 2016 season, his eighth full-time season competing in the NASCAR Camping World Trucks Series. He won the 2016 NCWTS Driver Championship – the first of his career – in his first season with the team.

No. 21 Team:

  • Crew Chief: Joe Shear, Jr.

  • Engineer: Jonathan Stewart

  • Truck Chief: Trevor Pollard

  • Mechanic: Jim Pearce

  • Mechanic: Alex Yonchuk

  • Interior/Tire Specialist: Kyle Conroy

  • Hauler Driver: Matt Potter

Career Highlights:

  • 2017: 4 Wins, 19 Top-10s, 13 Top-fives, Runner-up in points

  • 2016: NCWTS Champion

  • 2016: 3 wins, 19 Top-1os, 12 Top-fives, 1 pole

  • 2009: NCWTS Rookie of the Year and first NCWTS win at Las Vegas Motor Speedway

  • 2003: NXS Owners Championship with RCR and Kevin Harvick


Hometown: Las Vegas, NV | Birthday: Nov. 20, 1989

Spencer Gallagher has been with GMS Racing since the team’s introduction into the racing industry. The Las Vegas-native competed in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) from 2013 to 2016, while making the move to the NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) part-time in 2016. Coming off a strong NXS run, Gallagher is stepping up to full-time NXS competition in 2017.

No. 23 Team:

  • Crew Chief: Chad Norris

  • Engineer: Matt Mote

  • Car Chief: Adam Ebel

  • Mechanic: Chris Letourneau

  • Mechanic: Mike Thomas

  • Interior/Tire Specialist: Bronson Butcher

  • Shock Specialist: Mike Tyska

  • Hauler Driver: Will Mallard

Career Highlights:

  • 2017: Completed his first full-time NXS season, with a best finish of tenth at Richmond Raceway.

  • 2016: Amassed 58 career NCWTS starts, including three top-fives, 15 top-10’s and two pole awards

  • 2016: Competed in seven NXS races, with a best finish of eighth-place at Daytona International Speedway

  • 2014: One ARCA Racing Series victory; four top-five and six top-10 NCWTS finishes


Hometown: Winamac, Ind. | Birthday: Apr. 28, 1999

​Following an impressive rookie season in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) with GMS Racing, Justin Haley is back behind the wheel of the No. 24 Chevrolet Silverado. Haley closed out the 2017 season strong after earning his first NCWTS pole award at Texas Motor Speedway. His average finish of 11.2 for the season was seventh-highest among full-time drivers.

No. 24 Team:

  • Crew Chief: Kevin Bellicourt

  • Engineer: Darren Fraley

  • Truck Chief: JR Norris

  • Mechanic: TBA

  • Mechanic: CJ Winslow

  • Tire Specialist: Evan Harding

  • Hauler Driver: Charles Sampson

Career Highlights:


  • 3 top-fives, 12 top-10s, 1 pole in 21 starts. Best finish: 3rd (Kentucky)

  • Set qualifying record at Texas Motor Speedway & became youngest pole winner in track history

  • 2 ARCA Racing Series wins (Talladega & Pocono)


  • K&N Pro Series East Champion: 2 wins, 13 top-fives, 14 top-10s, 2 poles

  • First ARCA Racing Series win at Illinois State Fairgrounds


  • Made NCWTS Debut: 3 starts, 1 top-10 finish

  • First full season of NASCAR K&N Pro Series East competition: six top-five and 10 top-10 finishes


Hometown: Boca Raton, FL. | Birthday: Mar. 25, 1998

Dalton Sargeant began his racing career at the age of 8 racing go-karts and bandeleros. At the age of 13, Sargeant moved to Europe to compete in open wheel karting championships, but moved back to the United States in 2014 to try his hand in NASCAR Late Model competition.

In 2015, Sargeant competed in the K&N Pro East and West Series. Across both series, Sargeant had one win (Bakersfield Speedway), 10 top-five and 13 top-10 finishes, as well as two pole awards. Aside from the K&N Pro Series, Sargeant made his NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) debut in August. Scoring a 10th-place finish in his first start at Bristol Motor Speedway, Sargeant followed it up with a ninth-place finish the following race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

Moving to the ARCA Racing Series in 2016, Sargeant collected one win at Berlin Raceway as well as 10 top-five and 12 top-10 finishes in route to earning SCOTT Rookie of the Year honors in just 15 starts.

Returning to ARCA competition in 2017, Sargeant won three races (Salem Speedway, Iowa Speedway and Lucas Oil Raceway) and finished the season with 10 top-five and 18 top-20 finishes, on his way to a second-place finish in the ARCA point standings.

With six NCWTS starts under his belt already, Sargeant is making the jump to full-time NCWTS competition in 2018 with GMS Racing for his rookie season, driving the No. 25 Performance Plus Chevrolet Silverado.

No. 25 Team:

  • Crew Chief: Doug Randolph

  • Engineer: David Markham

  • Truck Chief: Dan Lemasters

  • Mechanic: JC Umscheid

  • Mechanic: Matt Daniel

  • Tire Specialist: Stephen Steffey

  • Hauler Driver: Tim Taylor

Career Highlights:


  • 3 Wins, 10 Top 5’s, 18 Top 20’s and 2nd place in ARCA Championship


  • Made ARCA debut with 1 Win, 10 Top 5’s, and 12 Top 10’s

  • ARCA Series Rookie Of the Year


  • Competed in K&N Pro East and West Series with 1 Win, 10 Top 5’s, and 13 Top 10 finishes as well as two pole awards

  • Made NCWTS Debut