Tayler Malsam NCWTS Preview: Kansas Speedway

Returning With A Vengeance...Making his return to the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS), Tayler Malsam and his Turner Scott Motorsports (TSM) team hope to take Kansas Speedway by storm in the No. 32 Outerwall Chevrolet. The 25-year-old Seattle, Washington native will pilot the No. 32 truck in 12 NCWTS events this season and will make his third-career start at the Midwest track this weekend.    


This Week's Silverado...Under the direction of two-time NCWTS championship-winning crew chief Mike Hillman, Jr., Malsam and the No. 32 team will unload TSM-602, which was last raced by Jeb Burton last year at Las Vegas Motor Speedway where it claimed a 15th-place finish.


Let's Go...Turner Scott Motorsports is pleased to welcome Outerwall, Inc. on board the No. 32 Chevrolet Silverado for 12 NCWTS races this year. As the company that brought consumers Redbox® entertainment, Coinstar® money services, and ecoATM® electronics recycling kiosks, Outerwall is leading the next generation of automated retail.With more than 20 years of experience, the company mission is to create a better everyday by delivering breakthrough kiosk experiences that delight consumers and generate revenue for retailers.


Watch and Listen...Don't miss any of the action as Malsam makes his return to the NCWTS at Kansas Speedway. The SFP 250 can be seen live on Friday, May 5 beginning at 8:00 p.m. EDT on FOX Sports 1. The race can also be heard live on MRN Radio as well as SiriusXM Satellite Radio, channel 90.


Tayler Malsam on Racing Kansas Speedway:

"It's great to be back in the NASCAR garage and back on track with the Truck Series. I can't thank Outerwall and Turner Scott Motorsports enough for their support and for giving me this opportunity. Mike [Hillman Jr.] is an accomplished crew chief and I think, together, we can get the Outerwall Chevy Silverado in victory lane this season. I'm excited about making my third-career start at Kansas Speedway this weekend and think we have a real shot at being up front at the end."



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