Max Gresham talks about his third place finish at Charlotte Motor Speedway for the NC Education Lottery 200.
Max Gresham brings out the caution saving Brad Keselowski whom was having an issue.
Timothy Peters and Max Gresham get together early in the Lucas Oil 200 at Dover International Speedway.
Brent Raymer and Max Gresham make contact and slide down the track and hop over the infield grass.
Max Gresham spins coming out of a turn and collects Johnny Sauter and Darrell Wallace Jr. in a three-car incident.
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
17-year-old will compete in two more 2014 Camping World Truck Series races Brandon Jones is joining GMS Racing to run two more NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races this season. Jones will pilot the No. 33 Chevrolet Silverado in the Kroger 200 at Martinsville Speedway on Oct. 25 as well as the Lucas Oil 150 at Phoenix International Raceway on Nov. 7. Shane Huffman will serve as crew chief. "I couldn't be more excited to continue our NCWTS efforts this season with GMS Racing at Martinsville and Phoenix ," Jones said in a release. "The opportunity to start our relationship at a familiar track like Martinsville is a great benefit and I'm incredibly excited to tackle Phoenix for the first time. GMS Racing has had impressive performances this year and I can't wait to get back on track working with Shane Huffman and the entire organization." Jones has made six previous Camping World Truck Series starts in his career, including three this year, all for Turner Scott Motorsports. His best finish was a fourth-place result at Dover this past spring. Jones has made two previous starts at Martinsville and has an average finish of 17.0 at the track. The 17-year-old Atlanta native competed full-time in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East circuit this season and finished fourth in the final standings. He won his first K&N Pro Series East race at Iowa Speedway in August. Huffman served as the crew chief for most of his races on that circuit and has also been the crew chief for all three of Jones' starts this season in the Truck Series. "Everyone at GMS Racing is thrilled to welcome Brandon into the fold of the No. 33 Chevrolet Silverado," Nic Moncher, the general manager of GMS Racing, said in a team release. "He has shown a great deal of talent this season across every series he has competed in, and we're both looking forward to great performances together at both Martinsville and Phoenix . Brandon has all the tools you like to see in a young driver and he will be a great asset to our Truck Series program." This season, GMS Racing has fielded a full-time truck for Joey Coulter (No. 21), while Max Gresham and Spencer Gallagher have split time in the No. 23 entry. MORE: READ: Latest Chase news PLAY: Monitor your Chase Grid Game picks WATCH: Latest NASCAR video FOLLOW LIVE: Get RaceView FULL SERIES COVERAGE • Latest news • Standings • Schedule
A close call for Johnny Sauter as Max Gresham and Paulie Harraka both get sideways.
Austin Dillon and Max Gresham have a pit road mishap that takes out a pit crew member in Chicago.
Chase Elliott gets turned on the restart by Max Gresham getting into Turn 1.