Ray Hackett Racing
|Base||Salisbury, North Carolina|
|Series||Camping World Truck Series
|Race drivers||Donnie Neuenberger|
|Sponsors||Eagle Convenience Store|
The team focused primarily on the NASCAR Nationwide Series to start the 2008 season. However late in the season they purchased the fleet of trucks from JTG Racing in order to pursue racing in the Camping World Truck Series.
Hackett Racing purchases and leases their engines from Roush/Yates.
The team raced in 2 events in the 2008 Season. The Lipton Tea 250 in the NASCAR Nationwide Series, starting 43rd and finishing 35th and the Ford 200 in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, starting 26th and finishing 34th after engine troubles. Ryan Hackett was the primary driver for both races.
The team started the season by failing to qualify in the Nationwide Series race at Nashville. Following that effort they concentrated on the Truck Series. Hackett Racing scored their first top twenty finish, an 18th-place finish in the North Carolina Education Lottery 200. At the WinStar World Casino 400 they debuted their second truck, the No. 75, driven by Ryan Mathews. Later in the season at the Michigan 200, the No. 76 truck driven by Hackett led its first ever laps and was awarded the "Wix Lap Leader Award" for the race. The No. 76 also put up a 4th place practice run at Talladega Superspeedway in their final race of the season, however despite running most of the race in the top 15 a rear axle problem about halfway through the race ended the day early.
In January 2010 RHR announced that it would be attempting to race the entire 2010 Camping World Truck Series schedule with the No. 76 truck, again with Ryan Hackett as the driver. It also announced that it would run select races with its No. 75 truck, with Ryan Mathews again as primary driver. They debuted at the February 12th Daytona race with new sponsor Sears Sand and Gravel of Gloucester, Virginia on board and finished 15th. Prior to the Martinsville race in March it was announced that 2009 ARCA West Series Champion Brian Johnson, Jr. would drive the No. 76 truck in the Kroger 250, bringing sponsor SUPERSEAL Construction Products along with him. Johnson Jr. raced to a 32nd-place finish at Martinsville and then a 30th-place finish the following week at Nashville. The No. 75 truck would make its season debut at Kansas Speedway with Chris Jones driving it. For 2010 Hackett will again drive the No. 76 Ford with Johnson Jr. running at Martinsville again. On April 28, it was announced that veteran driver Rick Crawford would take over the No. 76 Ford at Kansas with sponsorship from SUPERSEAL originally entered for Hackett. This driver swap was due to Crawford's regular team, Circle Bar Racing, facing financial difficulties despite having the necessary equipment to race. Crawford qualified 15th for the race and was actually racing for the lead when he was involved in an accident. He would finish the race in 31st position.