2011 Truck Series: Camping World Rankings
2011 Truck Series: Camping World Rankings

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1.Kyle Busch/Other Drivers
– No. 18 Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota – After a series-leading eight wins and 21 Top-10 finishes, Busch's Toyota team enters the new season a top our rankings. 2011 should see little change with this team. Owner/driver Busch should make somewhere close to 15 starts for this team, with other drivers filling the remainder of the schedule. At the time of this writing the possibility exists that No. 18 Toyota may not run the full schedule, but you can bet they'll be the most dominant truck on the track when they show up to race.

2.Todd Bodine
– No. 30 Germain Racing Toyota – Bodine captured his second career truck series championship in 2010. Considering that it was only his sixth full season in this racing series, that's a remarkable accomplishment. Even more remarkable is the fact that this team was on the verge of closing just one season ago due to sponsorship and financial struggles. Bodine should mount another title challenge in the upcoming season with about three victories and approximately 18-20 Top 10's.

3.Ron Hornaday Jr.
– No. 33 Kevin Harvick Inc. Chevrolet – Four-time truck series champion Hornaday hopes to rebound in 2011. His previous season didn't measure up to past success. Hornaday posted a mere two wins and 13 Top 10's last season and finished a disappointing seventh in the final driver standings. The No. 33 team and this driver are much better than those numbers. Hornaday should rebound to five-win and 20

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