Billy Ballew Motorsports is a team that competes in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series. They were formed in 1996 by Georgia businessman Billy Ballew, and have become notable for the fact they rarely field a team for the same driver for more than one season, as was the case in 2005, when eight different drivers drove for the team. Amazingly, the team finished fourth in owner's points, thanks in part to Kyle Busch's three victories. The team also fielded the truck that Geoffrey Bodine crashed in 2000 at Daytona International Speedway and suffered near-fatal injuries. For 2006, they will have a full-time driver, rookie Kyle Krisiloff with sponsorship from ditech.com, Nat'l Land Liquidators, and Krud Kutters.
Kyle Busch has also returned to the team in 2006, driving a handful of events in a #51 Chevrolet, recently winning at Lowe's Motor Speedway.