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NASCAR Truck: Dawson Cram hopes to make debut at Martinsville Speedway

By AMANDA VINCENT

Sixteen-year-old Dawson Cram hopes to make his NASCAR Camping World Truck Series debut Saturday in the Texas Roadhouse 200 at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway from behind the wheel of the No. 11 Cram Racing Enterprises Chevrolet. Cram will have to qualify his way into Saturday’s race, as there are 34 trucks on the entry list for the 32-truck race.

“It’s going to be exciting and all-new for me,” Cram Told I think the biggest thing that we’re all hoping right now is that the weather cooperates on Saturday,” Cram told Race Chaser Online. “I can’t say enough about my sponsors, family, CRE teammates and our friends, because this opportunity wouldn’t have been possible without them.”

Clinton Cram, Cram’s uncle and a NASCAR Xfinity Series crew chief for JGL Racing, will be the crew chief for his nephew at Martinsville.

The last two years, Cram has raced in Legends Cars, Super Trucks and Late Models.

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