Carson Hocevar attracting serious interest from Cup Series teams to drive in 2024

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Carson Hocevar picked up the third win of his NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series career on Saturday night in Richmond.

“We passed every single truck here,” Hocevar said after the race, via the Richmond Times-Dispatch.”

“(Majeski) was the class of the field, but I thought we were second and won with the second-best truck because I have the first-best pit crew and first-best crew chief on the box.”

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Hocevar topped off a 16-race Truck Series regular season with the most victories of any driver and the third-most playoff points.

The Michigan native-born has been linked to multiple rides in NASCAR silly season, with the 2023 NASCAR playoffs set to begin this coming weekend.

Hocevar linked with several NASCAR teams for 2024.

Carson Hocevar did well on his Cup Series debut and was in the top 20 spots for large period during the race however, a brake issue caused a wreck and he finished in P38.

According to a reliable journalist from The Athletic’s Jordan Bianchi, Carson Hocevar is on the radar of numerous Top Cup Series and Xfinity Series teams.

Spire Motorsports has been the most linked team to the young Truck Series driver.

The NASCAR Truck Series Playoffs will begin on Aug. 11. The Richmond race was the last event before the postseason.

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