Billy Ballew Motorsports

Billy Ballew Motorsports is a U.S. Motorsport team, which competes in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series with start numbers 15 and 51. It was founded in 1996 by businessman Billy Ballew and is in particular known to change several times per season the driver. So drove in the 2005 season no less than eight different drivers for the team and yet it was fourth in the owner points, not least thanks to three wins by Kyle Busch. By Billy Ballew Motorsports also comes the truck in which Geoffrey Bodine nearly fatal accident in an accident in 2000 at the Daytona International Speedway.

In the 2006 season, Billy Ballew Motorsports put a truck for the rookie Kyle Krisiloff with, National Land Liquidators and Krud Kutter as sponsors. Even Kyle Busch returned, drove a handful of races in the # 51 Chevrolet and won at Lowe 's Motor Speedway. After Krisiloff was released, Bush graduated from the most races for the team. In the 2007 season there is Bill Lester, the number 15 the entire season, while sharing the starting number 51 among others, Kyle Busch, Steve Wallace, Kelly Sutton and Paul Menard.

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