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Ron Hornaday Would Love to Start His Title Defense with a Win at Daytona

As the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series kicks off its season at Daytona with the NextEra Energy Resources 250, it also means Ron Hornaday will be kicking off his "Drive for Five" (titles). In 2010, Hornaday will try to set another record in Trucks by becoming the first to repeat as champion, but it won't be easy. While 90 percent of his No. 33 Kevin Harvick, Inc. team returned, two important pieces moved on over the offseason. First, Rick Ren left the pit wagon behind to become the director of competition for Kyle Busch Motorsports. Then, truck chief Danny Stockman, who was Ren's right-hand man, became Austin Dillon's crew chief for Richard Childress Racing. The good news is that spotter/general manager Rick Carelli will still be there as...

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