Driver to transition to a team leadership, off-track role GMS Racing announced Thursday that Joey Coulter will move to the role of team relations coordinator for the 2015 season. Coulter , 24, just completed his fourth full season in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. He finished seventh in the series standings in 2014, his first season driving the No. 21 Chevrolet for the Maury Gallagher-owned GMS team. "I am excited to continue my relationship with GMS Racing," Coulter said in a statement released by the team. "Unfortunately, due to a lack of sponsorship I will not be in a truck this season. Taking on a new position with GMS allows me to continue my involvement in the racing community and also stay involved as a driver with my family’s dirt racing program. So I get the best of both worlds." GMS indicated that further announcements regarding its plans for the season were forthcoming ahead of the season-opening NextEra Energy Resources 250 (FOX Sports 1 on Feb. 20). Coulter was the team's only full-time driver last season; GMS also fielded trucks for part-timers Spencer Gallagher (nine races), Max Gresham (five) and Brandon Jones (two). Coulter has one victory in 91 Camping World Truck Series starts, coming in August 2012 at Pocono Raceway . FULL SERIES COVERAGE • Latest news • Standings • Schedule
Coulter , 23, finished 15th in Truck Series for KBM in 2013
Joey Coulter talks about his great run at Kansas and how fast the new pavement was.
John King avoids calamity to take the victory, while Joey Coulter goes for a wild and scary ride at the finish.
Joey Coulter and Miguel Paludo hit each other and the wall as they come off Turn 2, resulting in Coulter spinning in Turn 4.
Joey Coulter makes contact with the wall and spins, but avoids major damage to his truck in the Ford Ecoboost 200.
Joey Coulter spins off the track and into the tire barriers early in the Chevrolet Silverado 250.
Joey Coulter spins setting up a green-white-checkered finish in the Aarons 312 at the Talladega Superspeedway
Joey Coulter gets by Nelson Piquet Jr. and James Buescher on the third and final restart en route to his first NASCAR win.
Todd Bodine slides up the track and hits Colin Braun, turning the No. 5 into Joey Coulter .