Orlando FL – The Florida United Pro-Truck series returns to DeSoto where the inaugural event was run. The series heads into race four of the 10 race season after a race at Citrus that was called by many “the best asphalt race they had seen in a long time”. 19 Trucks put on a display of clean side by side racing and wowed the good crowd on hand, even many of the track officials commented on what a great race it was. The series wants to continue to build on that momentum and bring another great race to DeSoto Super Speedway.

“I am so proud of the drivers of this Pro-Truck series, they have improved each event and put on an awesome race at Citrus. I am just lucky to be able to be a part of a group that wants the same thing and is willing to work hard to make this truck series something special” stated series director Rick Bristol.

As the series heads into this fourth race there is a great points battle with Tim Sozio leading by just two markers over Gerald Campbell. Jim Cowhey Jr. moved into third in the standings 12 markers out of the lead. Nick Hernandez, after a tough event at Citrus, fell to fourth 14 markers back. Danny Anderson rounds out the top 5 he is 16 points behind. The points from there back are so close with just 5 points separating 6th through 10th. Jessica Murphy, Joseph Mursuli, Jessica Green, Mica Williams and Michael Lira round out the top 10. Joseph Mursuli leads the rookie of the year standings by 3 over Mica Williams.

Another strong field of trucks is expected to take on the DeSoto Super Speedway this Saturday Jun 2nd. Don’t miss great Pro-Truck racing with gates opening at 5, qualifying at 6 and racing at 7 p.m. sharp !!!!

For more information on the Florida United Pro-Truck Series go to www.fupts.com !

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