When Bill McAnally began racing in NASCAR’s native collection within the 1990s, his operation archaic Chevrolets, and since 2008, Bill McAnally Racing has raced below Toyota energy. For 2022, McAnally will rejoin the Bowtie. On Wednesday, McAnally presented BMR and NASCAR Tenting World Truck Series programme McAnally-Hilgemann Racing will swap abet to Chevrolet origin in 2022 as section of a technical alliance with GMS Racing.
BMR began racing in what’s now the ARCA Menards Series West in 1992 and blossomed into the premier team within the collection. Since 2010, BMR drivers comprise gained the ARCA West championship in all but four years, including 5 of the final six and the final two titles with Derek Kraus and Jesse Cherish. The team also operates a driver construction academy in partnership with NASCAR.
Kraus at this time pilots the #19 Tundra for MHR, where he sits thirteenth in functions in his and the team’s 2d year of rivals. MHR is operated by McAnally along with Bill Hilgemann. Colby Howard will most likely be a half of the team for the 2022 season.
“We’re grateful for the opportunity to work with a team the caliber of GMS Racing as we put collectively to partner with Chevrolet subsequent season,” McAnally said. “We’re anxious to slouch forward and we’re confident that our alliance with GMS will most likely be well-behaved to both teams.”
For GMS, the alliance provides them a contemporary friend because the team prepares for his or her supreme season but. As well to to fielding a pair of corpulent-time trucks as typical, GMS is also débuting a corpulent-time Cup Series team with Ty Dillon.
“We’re delighted to manufacture a contemporary alliance with Bill McAnally and McAnally-Hilgemann Racing starting up subsequent season,” GMS president Mike Beam commented. “Our team is continually hunting for impress contemporary ways to grow and thrive, so forming an alliance with a excessive caliber team comparable to Bill’s makes huge sense to us. I’m having a gaze forward to seeing what we are ready to cease subsequent season and beyond.”