Fort Kent's Austin Theriault made his debut in NASCAR's Truck Series Friday night and the rookie made a big impression taking home a fourth place finish.Theriault had never raced a truck until this week and had a chance to win the race on the final lap. Riding in second place behind his teammate Tyler Reddick, Theriault made a move to take the lead with a half lap to go and got sandwiched between two other drivers resulting in the fourth place finish. When the dust settled at Daytona International Speedway Theriault ran the entire race up front and led 9 laps late in the series biggest race of the year.

Theriault has a 13 race deal with Brad Keselowski racing and will be back behind the wheel May 8th at Kansas Speedway.