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The current struggles of the G2G Racing Truck team

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By Colby Evans

Glory To God or G2G Racing has already experienced its fair share of problems just halfway into the 2022 season. Whether it’s sponsor issues, failing equipment, crew members coming and going G2G has had quite the debut season.

At the beginning of 2022, the plan was simple. Two full-time trucks: the No. 46 and No. 47 with both having sponsorship from Liftkitsforless.com. Matt Jaskol was to drive the No. 46 full-time while the No. 47 would have multiple drivers.

However, after race four at Circuit of the Americas, Jaskol announced on social media that himself and his sponsor Liftkitsforless.com would be parting ways with G2G Racing. It’s been eight races since the split and the struggles are very noticeable.

The No. 47 team has taken a hiatus until a sponsored driver is found, while the No. 46 team has run 4 different drivers.

G2G was forced to withdraw its entry from Dirt Bristol due to a chassis issue that relegated G2G to run under CMI Motorsports, a previous organization that G2G owner Tim Viens was affiliated with.

While Brennan Poole has been the teams primary since, pay driver’s Ryan Huff, Mason Fillipi and Kaden Honeycutt have driven races in the No. 46, with many of those deals not ending on the best terms.

Equipment issues have also plagued G2G as they’ve run the same truck in four of the last six races, most recently at WWT Raceway.

The most recent truck series event at Sonoma was a difficult weekend for G2G, as the No. 47 truck was planning a return with new driver Travis McCullough. However, the struggles began immediately as the No. 47 had trouble getting through tech, while McCullough had yet to receive the results of his drug test by NASCAR.

Glory To God or G2G Racing has already experienced its fair share of problems just halfway into the 2022 season. Whether it’s sponsor issues, failing equipment, crew members coming and going G2G has had quite the debut season.

At the beginning of 2022, the plan was simple. Two full-time trucks: the No. 46 and No. 47 with both having sponsorship from Liftkitsforless.com. Matt Jaskol was to drive the No. 46 full-time while the No. 47 would have multiple drivers.

However, after race four at Circuit of the Americas, Jaskol announced on social media that himself and his sponsor Liftkitsforless.com would be parting ways with G2G Racing. It’s been eight races since the split and the struggles are very noticeable.

The No. 47 team has taken a hiatus until a sponsored driver is found, while the No. 46 team has run 4 different drivers.

G2G was forced to withdraw its entry from Dirt Bristol due to a chassis issue that relegated G2G to run under CMI Motorsports, a previous organization that G2G owner Tim Viens was affiliated with.

While Brennan Poole has been the teams primary since, pay driver’s Ryan Huff, Mason Fillipi and Kaden Honeycutt have driven races in the No. 46, with many of those deals not ending on the best terms.

Equipment issues have also plagued G2G as they’ve run the same truck in four of the last six races, most recently at WWT Raceway.

The most recent truck series event at Sonoma was a difficult weekend for G2G, as the No. 47 truck was planning a return with new driver Travis McCullough. However, the struggles began immediately as the No. 47 had trouble getting through tech, while McCullough had yet to receive the results of his drug test by NASCAR.

After not participating in practice, it was announced that Stefan Parsons would take over the No. 47 truck due to McCullough not being approved to qualify his truck.

The situation would get even wilder as come qualifying, it was then shown that No. 47 was withdrawn and now Stefan was driving the No. 46 in place of Mason Fillipi. As if to add insult to injury, the No. 46 of Parsons would complete nine of the 75 laps, due to an oil cooler issue. 

We’re just past half way in the 2022 season and G2G has already had a tumultuous season with more downs than ups.

It’s very common for a new team to struggle in NASCAR, but G2G has shown more times than not, you need all the right variables to be a contender on the NASCAR circuit, or the struggles will bite.

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