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Jed Burton Wins At Texas Motor Speedway
06-08-2013 | TruckSeries.com Report
Rookie Jeb Burton gets his first NASCAR win at Texas Motor Speedway...

 
Darrell Wallace Jr. On Dover Pole
05-31-2013 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
First time pole winner Darrell Wallace Jr. is youngest in history...

 
It's Kyle Busch - Again
05-18-2013 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Kyle Busch rallied from a pit-road problem to win Camping World Truck Series race…

 
Burton Snares Another Pole
05-17-2013 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Jeb Burton has three poles in five NASCAR Camping World Truck Series starts this year…

 
Crafton Comes Up Big In Kansas
04-20-2013 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Matt Crafton earned his third career Truck Series victory…

 
Buescher Best In Kansas Qualifying
04-20-2013 | Tom Jensen
James Buescher certainly looks like the man to beat in this afternoon’s SFP 250 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Kansas Speedway.

 
NCWTS Drivers Talk About The Rock
04-14-2013 | Megan Englehart, SPEED.com
Rockingham Speedway rocked on Sunday afternoon...

 
Larson Breaks Through At Rockingham
04-14-2013 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Kyle Larson outruns Joey Logano to win North Carolina Education Lottery 200…

 
Jeb Burton Wins Rockingham Pole
04-14-2013 | Mike Hmebree, SPEED.com
Jeb Burton rolls to a track-record lap in winning pole position at Rockingham Speedway…

 
Young Guns Light Up The Rock
04-13-2013 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Chase Elliott was fastest in Happy Hour At Rockingham…

 
Sauter Perfect For 2013
04-06-2013 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Johnny Sauter shows power late to win Kroger 250 at Martinsville…

 
Jeb Burton No. 1 At Martinsville
04-05-2013 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Jeb Burton breaks track record to win Kroger 250 pole…

 
Jeb Burton Leads Lone Martinsville Practice
04-05-2013 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Practice sessions were combined to allow for track drying after Thursday's nasty weather in the Martinsville area...

 
Young Guns Compete At Paperclip
04-04-2013 | Megan Englehart, SPEED.com

 
Pickups Pick Up At Martinsville
04-01-2013 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Camping World Truck season resumes with Kroger 250 Saturday…

 
KBM Adds 16-Year-Old Jones To Driver Roster
03-15-2013 | TruckSeries.com Report
2013 Snowball Derby winner to make Truck Series debut at Martinsville...

 
Sauter Wins Wild Daytona Opener
02-22-2013 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Johnny Sauter wins at Daytona after missing shot at win last year…

 
Newberry Claims Pole
02-22-2013 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Brennan Newberry earned his first career Truck Series pole…

 
Peters' Trajectory Launching Red Horse To Next Step In 2013
02-22-2013 | Emmett Byrd, TruckSeries.com
It was the legendary astronaut Neil Armstrong who, while becoming the first man to step foot on the moon, uttered the now famous words "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." For NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver Timothy Peters, taking the next step can lead to only one place, the NCWTS Championship.

 
Greenfield Leads Practice Two
02-22-2013 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Clay Greenfield posted the only lap over 189 miles per hour...

 
Jeb Burton Leads Practice One At DIS
02-21-2013 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Results from Thursday's first practice session for Friday's NextEra Energy Resources 250 Camping World Truck Series race at Daytona International Speedway...

 
Harvick's New Role With Expanded NCWTS Team Goes Beyond Driver's Seat
02-18-2013 | Megan Englehart, SPEED.com
Kevin Harvick no longer owns a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series team but will still be involved...

 
Back In Trucks, Gaughan Excited
01-30-2013 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Brendan Gaughan will make another run at the Truck championship…

 
Eldora Prepping For Big Time
01-25-2013 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Changes planned as dirt track prepares to host Truck series…

 
For 2012, A Title-Holder From Texas
12-29-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
James Buescher rode last-season surge to Camping World championship…

 
Season In Review – Winners Multiply
12-26-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Sixteen drivers scored Truck Series wins as Texan James Buescher emerged as champion…

 
A Return To The Dirt
11-28-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
NASCAR announces 22-race Truck Series schedule, including first dirt-track event since 1970…
NASCAR is returning to its roots – literally.

 
Buescher Wins Title; Gale Wins Race
11-16-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
James Buescher won his first Camping World Truck championship, while Cale Gale took the race…

 
Pole Tie To Kligerman
11-16-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Parker Kligerman grabbed his second pole of the season…

 
Piquet Tops Happy Hour
11-16-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Nelson Piquet Jr. led Friday’s lone practice round prior to tonight’s season-ending Ford EcoBoost 200 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

 
Buescher Seeking Fifth Win, First Title
11-15-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
James Buescher is very close to becoming the NASCAR champion you don’t know that much about.

 
Report – Series On Dirt Next Year
11-12-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Truck Series expected to run at Eldora Speedway in Ohio next season…

 
Scott Triumphs In Phoenix
11-09-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Brian Scott outguns Kyle Larson; James Buescher keeps point lead…

 
Piquet Claims Phoenix Pole
11-09-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Nelson Piquet Jr. earned his fourth career pole…

 
Piquet Leads Happy Hour
11-09-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Nelson Piquet Jr. topped the speed charts during the final Happy Hour round of practice for Friday night’s Lucas Oil 150 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Phoenix International Raceway.

 
Crafton Tops Toyota’s Desert Storm
11-09-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Matt Crafton led the first of two rounds of practice for tomorrow night’s Lucas Oil 150 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Phoenix International Raceway. Toyota swept the top five spots in the opening practice.

 
The Return Of James Buescher
11-09-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
One of the most important races of the Camping World Truck Series season will be held Friday night on a landscape virtually new to series drivers.

 
Sauter Sweeps Texas
11-02-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Johnny Sauter made the race-winning pass with 11 laps to go at Texas Motor Speedway...

 
Turner Motorsports Dominates Qualifying
11-02-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Nelson Piquet Jr. won the pole for tonight’s WinStar World Casino 350 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Texas Motor Speedway, as Turner Motorsports placed three trucks in the top four qualifiers.

 
Buescher Looks To Extend Lead
11-01-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
James Buescher leads Ty Dillon by 21 points.

 
Hamlin Wins; Buescher New No. 1
10-27-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Denny Hamlin wins at Martinsville, while James Buescher takes point lead…

 
Peters Wins Martinsville Pole
10-27-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Timothy Peters won the pole Saturday for Saturday afternoon’s Kroger 200 Camping World Truck Series race at Martinsville Speedway as all three top championship contenders landed in the top 10.

 
Hamlin Tops Happy Hour
10-26-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Denny Hamlin is driving the No. 51 Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota Tundra at Martinsville…

 
Crafton Best In First Session
10-26-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Matt Crafton is looking for his first victory of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season…

 
Can’t Get Any Closer Than This
10-26-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Ty Dillon has a 1-point lead over James Buescher in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series standings.

 
Hornaday Races The Clock To Avert First Winless Season
10-24-2012 | Megan Englehart
Ron Hornaday wants a trip to Victory Lane this weekend at Martinsville...

 
Series Veteran Honed Stat-Keeping Skills Watching Beloved Cincinnati Reds
10-17-2012 | Megan Englehart, SPEED.com
SPEED reporter Ray Dunlap go-to guy in the NASCAR garage for anything related to the Truck Series...

 
Toyota NCWTS Tundra Tows The Endeavour
10-12-2012 | TruckSeries.com Report

 
Kligerman Wins For First Time
10-06-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Parker Kligerman won in the 300th start for Red Horse Racing…

 
Dillon Claims ‘Dega Pole
10-05-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Ty Dillon won his third pole of the season Friday at Talladega…


 
Kurt Busch Leads Talladega Practice
10-05-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Kurt Busch, James Buescher 1-2 at Talladega…

 
Piquet Rocks Sin City
09-29-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Nelson Piquet Jr. won his second NCWTS race of the year…

 
Coulter Claims Top Spot
09-29-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Joey Coulter won his third pole of the season at Las Vegas.

 
Coulter Fastest In Happy Hour
09-28-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Joey Coulter is looking for his second victory of the season…

 
Buescher Coasts To Kentucky Victory
09-21-2012 | TruckSeries.com Report
James Buescher won the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Kentucky 201 at Kentucky Speedway...

 
Coulter Claims Kentucky Pole
09-21-2012 | Jim Rising, SPEED.com
Joey Coulter will start from the pole for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Kentucky 201...

 
Kligerman Has Horses In Final Kentucky Practice
09-21-2012 | Jared Turner, SPEED.com
In a state known around the globe for fast horses, it was Red Horse Racing driver Parker Kligerman atop the speed chart at the conclusion of Friday's final NASCAR Camping World Truck Series practice at Kentucky Speedway.

 
Paludo Leads First Kentucky Practice
09-21-2012 | Jared Turner, SPEED.com
Not a lot has gone particularly well for Miguel Paludo this season in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Friday's first practice at Kentucky Speedway would qualify as a notable exception.

 
Blaney Youngest Series Winner
09-15-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Ryan Blaney won in just his third NASCAR Camping World Truck Series start …

 
Kligerman Newest Pole Winner
09-15-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Parker Kligerman won his first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series pole…

 
Kligerman Leads Happy Hour
09-15-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Parker Kligerman is enjoying his new home at Red Horse Racing. Kligerman, who recently joined owner Tom DeLoach’s outfit, led the final Happy Hour round of practice for tonight’s American Ethanol 200 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Iowa Speedway.

 
Blaney Blazes To Top Of Charts
09-14-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Ryan Blaney is making his third NASCAR Camping World Truck Series start this weekend…

 
Ty Dillon Large And In Charge
08-31-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Ty Dillon won his first Truck Series race Friday night…

 
Ty Dillon On Pole
08-31-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Ty Dillon snared the second career pole of his Truck Series career…

 
Piquet Leads Turner Sweep
08-31-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
This just in: The Turner Motorsports Chevrolets will be among the favorites to win tonight’s Jeff Foxworthy’s Grit Chips 200 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

 
Kyle Busch Burns Hot ‘Lanta
08-31-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Kyle Busch led the opening round of NASCAR Camping World Truck Series practice Friday morning.

 
Red Horse Racing Owner Heads To Home Track
08-29-2012 | Megan Englehart, SPEED.com
Red Horse Racing co-owner Tom DeLoach looks for first win on intermediate track..

 
Tundra Time For Kyle Busch
08-27-2012 | Tom Jenson, SPEED.com
Kyle Busch will make his first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series start of the year Friday night in Atlanta…

 
Byrd's Eye View: Bristol Still King After All These Years!
08-24-2012 | Written by Emmett Byrd
Bristol Motor Speedway is a modern marvel of a coliseum, an amped up amphitheater of speed. As the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series wrapped up their 13th race of the 2012 campaign with a dominating performance by Timothy Peters, I can’t help but harken back to my earliest visit as a gangly teenager to this scenic short track. The race was the Volunteer 400 on August 28, 1977 at Bristol International Speedway, my second NASCAR Winston Cup event after a visit to Atlanta in 1976.

 
Peters Trounces Bristol Field
08-22-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.Com
Timothy Peters was unstoppable at Bristol…

 
Gale Captures Bristol Pole
08-22-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Cale Gale qualified No. 1 for the first time in his NASCAR Camping World Truck Series career…

 
Lofton Happy Out Front
08-22-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Justin Lofton is fourth in NASCAR Camping World Truck Series points.

 
Piquet Paces First Practice
08-22-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Nelson Piquet Jr. is one of five first-time winners this season.

 
SPEED Provides First Look At Bristol’s New Surface
08-20-2012 | Megan Englehart, SPEED.com
Live Dual-Race coverage on Wednesday with NCWTS and Whelen Modified races...

 
Piquet Jr. Breaks Through At MIS
08-18-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Nelson Piquet Jr. scores first Truck Series win at Michigan...

 
Paludo Leads Second MIS Practice
08-17-2012 | TruckSeries.com Report
Miguel Paludo, Tim George Jr. lead way in Michigan practice...

 
Coulter Leads First MIS Practice
08-17-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Joey Coulter, Johnny Sauter, Ty Dillon 1-2-3 in Truck practice...

 
Coulter Juggling Recent Success With Back-To-School Rush
08-15-2012 | Megan Englehart, SPEED.com
Classes resume for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series’ most recent winner, mechanical engineering major...

 
Ryan Blaney To Drive For Brad Keselowski Racing
08-11-2012 | TruckSeries.com Report
Brad Keselowski Racing announced that third-generation race car driver Ryan Blaney will pilot the BKR Cooper Standard / Draw-Tite / Reese Towpower entry in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series for select races in 2012.

 
First Time Sweet For Coulter
08-04-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Joey Coulter won his first Truck Series race on Saturday.

 
Piquet On Pocono Pole
08-04-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Nelson Piquet Jr. won the second pole of his career in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.

 
Piquet Paces Happy Hour
08-03-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Nelson Piquet Jr. led the way in Friday’s lone practice round for tomorrow’s Pennsylvania Mountains 125 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Pocono Raceway.

 
Peters Quietly Making His Mark
08-03-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Timothy Peters has a 23-point lead over Ty Dillon in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series points.

 
Hamlin To Drive For KBM Again
08-01-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Denny Hamlin has one NASCAR Camping World Truck Series victory to his credit...

 
Buescher Rallies To Win At Chicagoland
07-21-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
James Buescher bounces back from carburetor change to finish first…

 
Lofton Wins Chicagoland Pole
07-21-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Justin Lofton ran 174-plus to win pole for Saturday night race...

 
Crafton Crafts Fastest Lap
07-20-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Matt Crafton led the second round of practice for Saturday's Truck race at Chicago...

 
Lofton Leads First Chicago Practice
07-20-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Justin Lofton tops 174 mph to lead first round of Chicagoland practice...

 
Bodine To Make History Times Three At Chicagoland
07-19-2012 | Megan Englehart, SPEED.com
On Saturday, Todd Bodine will earn the distinction as the only driver with at least 200 starts in each of NASCAR’s three national series.

 
Peters Scores Iowa Victory
07-14-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Timothy Peters won the fourth Truck Series race of his career...

 
Peters On Iowa Pole
07-14-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Timothy Peters won his fifth career NASCAR Camping World Truck Series pole…

 
Piquet Fastest In Happy Hour
07-14-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Brazilian Nelson Piquet Jr. set the pace in the final “Happy Hour” practice session for tonight’s American Ethanol 200 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Iowa Speedway.

 
Armstrong Paces Practice
07-13-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Dakoda Armstrong is hoping for a strong run Saturday night…

 
Buescher Lights Up One Hot Night
06-28-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
James Buescher became the first two-time NASCAR Camping World Truck Series winner this year...

 
Crafton Captures Kentucky Pole
06-28-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Matt Crafton will start from the pole in Kentucky tonight...

 
Happy Time For Coulter
06-28-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
With temperatures at Kentucky Speedway nearing triple digits, it was Joey Couler who scorched the field during the final Happy Hour practice for this evening’s UNOH 225 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series 225.

 
Coulter Tops Blue Grass Field
06-28-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Joey Coulter led the opening round of practice for tonight’s UNOH 225 Camping World Truck Series race at Kentucky Speedway. Coulter lapped the 1.5-mile Kentucky oval at 170.530 miles per hour in his No. 22 Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet, fastest of the 39 trucks setting times in the session.

 
Piquet’s Win Stirs Excitement
06-26-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Nelson Piquet Jr.’s decision to detour from a difficult situation in Formula One to a new life in NASCAR is looking better and better.

 
Another Burton Turns The Wheel
06-19-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
John Edward “Jeb” Burton has the slow talk and fast drive of his Daytona 500-winning father, Ward Burton. Burton, who made his NASCAR national-series debut in the second Camping World Truck race of the season at Martinsville Speedway, has competed in six of the eight Truck Series events this year with a top finish of eighth at Charlotte.

 
Sauter Comes Up Big In Texas
06-08-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Johnny Sauter won the fifth race of his Truck Series career...

 
Bodine Still The Man To Beat
06-08-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Todd Bodine has six victories at Texas Motor Speedway.

 
ThorSport Toyotas Top Delayed Texas Practice
06-07-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Johnny Sauter and Matt Crafton were 1-2 at Texas Motor Speedway in their Toyotas.

 
Texas Qualifying Washed Out
06-07-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Justin Lofton will start from the pole Friday night in Texas.

 
Todd Bodine Wins At Rainy Dover
06-01-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Todd Bodine returns to victory lane as rain shortens Lucas Oil 200…

 
Harvick Wins Dover Pole
06-01-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Kevin Harvick, Joey Coulter, Ron Hornaday Jr. 1-2-3 in Dover qualifying.

 
Harvick Leads Monster Mile Happy Hour
05-31-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Kevin Harvick blistered the field in the final Happy Hour round of practice for tomorrow’s Lucas Oil 200 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Dover International Speedway.

 
Hornaday Fast At Monster Mile
05-31-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Veteran Ron Hornaday Jr. led the first of two Thursday practices for tomorrow’s Lucas Oil 200 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Dover International Speedway.

 
CHASTAIN: Dover Debut
05-30-2012 | TruckSeries.com Report

 
Lofton Scores First Victory
05-18-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Justin Lofton scores first victory in 55th career start…

 
Dillon On Charlotte Pole
05-18-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Ty Dillon was the last truck to qualify at Charlotte Motor Speedway...

 
Buescher Best In Happy Hour
05-18-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
James Buescher led this morning’s final Happy Hour round of NASCAR Camping World Truck Series practice for tonight’s North Carolina Education Lottery 200 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

 
Dillon Tops First Time Out
05-18-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Ty Dillon set fast time in this morning’s first of two practices for tonight’s North Carolina Education Lottery 200 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

 
Back To Business At Charlotte
05-18-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
After a four-week layoff, the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series rolls into Charlotte Motor Speedway with a wide-open battle expected in tonight’s North Carolina Education Lottery 200.

 
Taking The Point
05-17-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
For Timothy Peters, it's time to push "go." But, in a Camping World Truck Series season that's shorter by three races than last year, it's almost always "go" time. Peters carries the series point lead into Friday night's North Carolina Education Lottery 200 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

 
Buescher Scores First Victory
04-21-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
James Buescher dominates SFP 250 at Kansas Speedway…

 
George Grabs Kansas Pole
04-21-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Tim George Jr. scored the first pole of his Camping World Truck Series career Saturday as he led time trials for Saturday afternoon’s SFP 250 race at Kansas Speedway.

 
Buescher Tops Happy Hour
04-20-2012 | Tom Jensen, Speed.com
James Buescher turned his best lap late in the session at Kansas Speedway....

 
Coulter Leads Kansas Practice
04-20-2012 | Mike Hmebree, SPEED.com
Joey Coulter, Tim George Jr., James Buescher 1-2-3 in opening round of practice at Kansas Speedway...

 
A Rocking Good Time
04-16-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Truck race at Rockingham Speedway a success all-around…

 
Kahne Wins At Rockingham
04-15-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Kasey Kahne flies in from Fort Worth, powers to Rockingham victory...

 
The Rock - Alive Again
04-15-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Eight years after the last Sprint Cup lap, NASCAR returns to Rockingham Speedway…

 
Piquet On Rockingham Pole
04-14-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Nelson Piquet Jr. won his first career NASCAR Camping World Truck Series pole...

 
SPEED Quotes: Ready To Race At The Rock For Sunday's NCWTS Race
04-14-2012 | Megan Englehart, SPEED.com
First NASCAR race at Rockingham Speedway since 2004...

 
Armstrong Fastest In Happy Hour
04-14-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Rookie Dakoda Armstrong had a big Happy Hour at The Rock.

 
Sauter Tops Morning Session
04-14-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
NASCAR is racing at Rockingham Speedway for the first time since 2004.

 
Piquet Jr. Leads Second Rockingham Practice
04-13-2012 | TruckSeries.com Report
Nelson Piquet Jr. posts top speed in second Truck practice at Rockingham Speedway…

 
Coulter Leads Rockingham Practice
04-13-2012 | Mike Hembree, Speed.com
NASCAR racing returns to The Rock after an eight-year absence…

 
Hornaday – Tires Critical At The Rock
04-12-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
NASCAR returns to one of its classic tracks for Sunday race.

 
SPEED Q&A: NASCAR Returns To The Rock With Truck Series
04-11-2012 | SPEED.com Staff
SPEED on-air personalities offer their thoughts on a historic weekend of racing at Rockingham Speedway.

 
The Rock Returns
04-09-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED,com
Truck Series race scheduled Sunday as Rockingham Speedway refires…

 
NASCAR Hall Of Fame Q & A
04-09-2012 | Megan Englehart, SPEED.com
The SPEED team offers us some possible choices for the next class of the NASCAR Hall Of Fame...

 
The Dillon Gang
04-03-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Ty Dillon continues ‘rivalry’ with his brother while preparing for next Truck event.

 
Harvick Wins Easily At Martinsville
03-31-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Veteran Kevin Harvick leads 248 of 250 laps to win second truck race of season…

 
Harvick Wins Martinsville Pole
03-31-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Kevin Harvick, Ty Dillon on front row for Kroger 250 at Martinsville...

 
Martinsville Qualifying Begins
03-31-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
After morning rain, Kroger 250 time trials have begun at Martinsville Speedway…

 
Piquet Fastest In Happy Hour
03-30-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Nelson Piquet paced NCWTS Happy Hour at Martinsville Speedway…

 
Harvick Leads Martinsville Practice
03-30-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Kevin Harvick continues to shine in his visits to the Camping World Truck Series. Harvick topped the speed chart Friday in the opening practice for Saturday’s Kroger 200 Truck race at Martinsville Speedway.

 
Personality Q&A With Hermie Sadler
03-29-2012 | Megan Englehart, SPEED.com
NASCAR driver and SPEED reporter Hermie Sadler multi-tasks at NASCAR tracks...

 
Harvick, Peters Return To Martinsville
03-29-2012 | Megan Englehart, SPEED.com
Former NASCAR Camping World Truck Series team owners embrace roles as hired guns...

 
Another Burton Takes The Wheel
03-29-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Jeb Burton will make his NASCAR Camping World Truck Series debut this weekend at Martinsville Speedway...

 
Krista Voda SPEED Pit Reporter Q&A
03-16-2012 | Megan Englehart, SPEED.com
Krista Voda talks about her work on the the pit road at NASCAR races...

 
Rock Ready To Roll
03-06-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Rockingham Speedway will host the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series next month.

 
Green, White Wreckers - King Wins
02-24-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Unheralded John King won a wild race at Daytona...

 
Paludo Leads Turner Sweep
02-24-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Miguel Paludo took the first pole of the 2012 NCWTS season.

 
A New Dillon Joins Veteran Chargers
02-24-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Ty Dillon is among the young drivers chasing Truck Series success.

 
Kligerman Tops Happy Hour
02-23-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Teammates Parker Kligerman and Brad Keselowski led the way Thursday night.

 
Peters Shows Early Speed
02-23-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
The Red Horse Racing Toyotas were fast in Truck Series practice...

 
2012 Series Predictions
02-22-2012 | Ray Dunlap SPEED.com
The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series opens its 2012 season Friday night in the Next Era Energy 250 at Daytona International Speedway...

 
SPEED Notes: SPEED Live From Gatorade Duel, NCWTS Season Opener
02-22-2012 | Megan Englehart, SPEED.com
SPEED live from Thursday's Gatorade duel At Daytona and NCWTS debut on Friday Night...

 
Go Time For Skinner
02-22-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Mike Skinner has a one-race deal with Eddie Sharp Racing...

 
Ty Dillon Steps Into Pressure Cooker Of Big Brother's Footsteps
02-21-2012 | Megan Englehart, SPEED.com
Ty Dillon is embarking on his rookie season behind the wheel of the same truck in which his brother Austin won the 2011 NCWTS title...

 
SPEED On-Air Personalities Explore 2012 NCWTS Season
02-20-2012 | Megan Englehart, SPEED.com
SPEED on-air personalities explore unpredictability, quirks and rising stars of 2012 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season...

 
Revival At The Rock
02-08-2012 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Old-school racer Andy Hillenburg puts new life into Rockingham Speedway.

 
Bodine Has Ride For Daytona
02-03-2012 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Todd Bodine will drive a Red Horse Racing Toyota in the season-opening NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Daytona...

 
Wauters Joins Team Ownership Ranks
01-26-2012 | TruckSeries.com Report
Veteran crew chief Richie Wauters will field a Truck Series team for newcomer Paulie Harraka in 2012...

 
A Revolution On Tap For 2012?
01-18-2012 | TruckSeries.com Report
The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will look considerably different in 2012 from the previous season…

 
Funding Issues Block Benson's Return to Truck Racing
01-04-2012 | TruckSeries.com Report
Johnny Benson had been planning on racing the No. 66 Chevrolet Silverado for Turn One Racing...

 
Top 10 Races
12-17-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Michael Waltrip's thrilling last-lap victory at Daytona was a moment to remember...

 
George Jr. In No. 2 For Richard Childress Racing
12-07-2011 | TruckSeries.com Report
Tim George Jr. will run a limited schedule in the No. 2 RCR Chevy...

 
Series Top Performances
12-05-2011 | TruckSeries.com Report
Every season since 2004, the over-40 crowd has hogged the championship spotlight in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series but this year the youth movement highlights storyline-rich season...

 
ThorSport Racing Switching To Toyotas
11-30-2011 | TruckSeries.com Report
ThorSport Racing will switch from Chevrolets to Toyota Tundras next season, the team announced on Tuesday evening. ThorSport Racing made its NASCAR Camping World Truck Series debut in 1996.

 
Turner Motorsports Hires Paludo
11-30-2011 | TruckSeries.com Report
Turner Motorsports announced Monday the addition of Miguel Paludo to its stable of NASCAR Camping World Truck Series drivers for the 2012 season.

 
NASCAR Announces 2012 Series Schedule
11-21-2011 | TruckSeries.Com Report
A return to Rockingham, two trips to Iowa short track highlight 18th season...

 
Dillon Adds To RCR Legacy
11-18-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Austin Dillon in the 2011 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion...

 
Race To Sauter, Title To Dillon
11-18-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Johnny Sauter won his second race of the year…

 
Homestead Qualifying Rained Out
11-18-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
James Buescher will start from the pole in the Ford 200...

 
Buescher Lights It Up
11-18-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
With points leader Austin Dillon on the verge of his first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series championship, it was James Buescher who stole the show in Friday’s lone round of practice for tonight’s Ford 200 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

 
A Title At Stake, Dillon Determined To Stay Calm
11-16-2011 | Jared Turner, TruckSeries.com
Austin Dillon carries a 20-point lead into Friday night’s Truck Series finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

 
One Race Left For KHI, Harvicks Reflect On Decade Of Ownership
11-15-2011 | Megan Englehart, SPEED.com
When the checkered flag waves over Homestead-Miami Speedway this weekend, it marks the end of an era for a prominent team in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Kevin Harvick Inc. (KHI) co-owners Kevin and DeLana Harvick will close a highly successful, 10-year chapter in NASCAR team ownership at the conclusion of the 2011 season.

 
SPEED Quotes: Kyle Petty, Dunlap React To Kyle Busch's Suspension At Texas
11-05-2011 | SPEED.com Staff Report
SPEED reporter Ray Dunlap, who interviewed Kyle Busch post-race Friday night live on SPEED, and SPEED analyst Kyle Petty react to the news of Busch's suspension for the rest of the weekend at Texas Motor Speedway.

 
Kyle Busch Parked For Cup, Nationwide Races At TMS
11-05-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
NASCAR has parked Kyle Busch for the weekend after Busch deliberately wrecked Ron Hornaday Jr. during a caution period in Friday night’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Texas Motor Speedway. It is the first time NASCAR has parked a Sprint Cup driver for an on-track incident since August 2007, when Robby Gordon was parked at Pocono Raceway. Ted Musgrave was parked after a Truck Series incident in 2007.

 
Kyle Busch, Hornaday Clash At Texas
11-04-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
NASCAR parks Kyle Busch after he shoves Hornaday into wall early in Texas race…

 
Harvick Wins Wild One At Texas
11-04-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Austin Dillon pads point lead as Kyle Busch takes out Ron Hornaday…

 
Buescher, Dillon On Front Row At Texas
11-03-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Austin Dillon has 11-point lead with two races remaining…

 
Buescher Leads Texas Final Practice
11-03-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Point leader Austin Dillon fifth as teams prepare for qualifying…

 
Sauter Leads Opening Practice At Texas
11-03-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Point leader Austin Dillon checks in at 11th as teams prepare for Friday race…

 
Bodine 'Not Pleased At All' With Latest Gains
11-02-2011 | Jared Turner, SPEED.com
Reigning NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion Todd Bodine doesn't know if he'll return to Germain Racing next season. Bodine does know that wherever he lands for 2012, he won't be happy with another season like 2011.

 
Buescher Heads Home With Title, First Win And History In Sight
11-01-2011 | Megan Englehart, SPEED.com
With two races remaining in the 2011 season, the 11 points by which James Buescher trails NASCAR Camping World Truck Series points leader Austin Dillon is far from insurmountable.


 
New Code Of Conduct Needed In NASCAR
11-01-2011 | Ray Dunlap, SPEED.com
It’s time for a new code of conduct in NASCAR. NASCAR has a very tough job when it comes to creating a package of rules to govern the conduct of its drivers, a task further complicated by the fact that the behavior of our society constantly is changing. Each generation views what is socially acceptable differently than previous ones, and today’s NASCAR has three distinctly different generations of drivers on the track.

 
Hamlin Wins Martinsville Battle
10-29-2011 | Ton Jensen, SPEED,com
Denny Hamlin won the first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race of his career...

 
Crafton Sets Martinsville Qualifying Record
10-29-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Ron Hornaday also on front row for today’s Kroger 200…

 
Mixed Bag For Hornaday
10-28-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Ron Hornaday Jr. was the fastest in NASCAR Camping World Truck Series practice...

 
Practice On For Now At Martinsville
10-28-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Rain has altered the scheduled at Martinsville Speedway...

 
Mother Nature Mean At Martinsville
10-28-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Rain cancelled the first round of NASCAR Camping World Truck Series practice at Martinsville Speedway...

 
White In Search Of His Own Jackpot At Martinsville
10-26-2011 | Jared Turner, SPEED.com
Jason White's 2011 season in the Truck Series has been riddled with misfortune…

 
Mike Wallace Wins On KHI Kind Of Day At ‘Dega
10-22-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Mike Wallace takes the Camping World Truck Series win at Talladega Superspeedway with help from teammate Ron Hornaday.

 
Buescher Wins Pole At Talladega
10-21-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
James Buescher won the pole for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Coca-Cola 250 at Talladega Superspeedway. Point leader Austin Dillon will start Coca-Cola 250 in third place

 
KHI Trucks Strong In Talladega Practice
10-21-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Kevin Harvick Inc. may be shutting down at the end of the season, but you'd never know that by the way the KHI trucks ran Friday morning at Talladega Superspeedway.

 
Will The ‘Curse’ Of The Points Leader Continue At Talladega?
10-19-2011 | Megan Englehart, SPEED.com
With all the effort it takes to make it to the top, 2011 is proving first place isn’t exactly the catbird’s seat in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.


 
Resurgent Sauter Unsettled On Title Prospects
10-19-2011 | Jared Turner, SPEED.com
Based on experience and results, the odds are stacked in Johnny Sauter’s favor to become the 2011 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion. Sauter, however, isn’t one to make bold predictions.

 
Hornaday Jr. Romps In Vegas
10-15-2011 | Mike Hmebree, SPEED.com
Austin Dillon, James Buescher crashes impact point standings…

 
Hornaday On Las Vegas Pole
10-14-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Ron Hornaday Jr. won his second career pole at Las Vegas Motor Speedway...

 
Sauter Fast In Happy Hour
10-14-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Johnny Sauter was the leader of the final practice for the Smith's 350 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Las Vegas Motor

 
Crafton, Hornaday Top Speed Chart At Vegas
10-14-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Matt Crafton and Ron Hornaday led the first of Friday’s two rounds of practice for the Smith’s 350 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.


 
Gresham Gearing Up For Debut At Vegas
10-12-2011 | Jared Turner, TruckSeries.com
At age 18, Max Gresham is just a few months out of high school. Yet unlike the typical 18-year-old, he’s already a NASCAR champion. When the green flag waves on Saturday’s Smith’s 350 (3 p.m. ET on SPEED) at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, the youngster will also be a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver.

 
Hornaday Jr. Outguns Austin Dillon In Kentucky
10-01-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Veteran driver records 50th win of Truck Series career in style…

 
Austin Dillon Wins Kentucky Pole
10-01-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Series point leader will start alongside Ron Hornaday and in front of Nelson Piquet…

 
Dillon Again Leads Way In Happy Hour
09-30-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Austin Dillon swept both practice sessions at Kentucky Speedway....

 
Dillon Leads First Kentucky Practice
09-30-2011 | TruckSeries.com Report
Austin Dillon was the fastest in the first practice session for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Kentucky 225 at Kentucky Speedway…

 
Carmichael Searching For ‘Greatness’ On Four Wheels
09-29-2011 | Jared Turner, SPEED.com
As an American Motorcyclist Association driver, Ricky Carmichael was anointed as the GOAT or “Greatest Of All Time.” Now in his third season in the Camping World Truck Series, the 15-time AMA champion is struggling just to be competitive.

 
Busch Scorches Field To Win At Loudon
09-24-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Toyota driver led all but 10 laps in coasting to easy victory…

 
Kyle Busch Takes New Hampshire Pole
09-24-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Sprint Cup drivers Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick dominated qualifying Saturday morning for Saturday afternoon’s F.W. Webb 175 Camping World Truck Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.


 
Harvick Leads First Practice At New Hampshire
09-23-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Kevin Harvick, soon to wave good-bye to the Camping World Truck Series, led Friday’s first practice for Saturday afternoon’s F.W. Webb 175 Truck race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Harvick turned a fast lap of 131.392 miles per hour to lead the 80-minute session. He was the only driver over the 131 mph mark.

 
Sharp Buys KHI Teams
09-23-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Eddie Sharp Racing plans to field three trucks in the 2012 Camping World Series season.

 
Kligerman Carrying Confidence To Loudon
09-22-2011 | Jared Turner, SPEED.com
After a rough patch in the Nationwide Series, Parker Kligerman has found new life this season in the Camping World Truck Series.

 
Feese Breaks Through
09-20-2011 | Jim Rising TruckSeries.com
Turner Motorsports driver will run his first race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway this weekend...

 
Dillon Wins With Pit Work At Chicagoland
09-16-2011 | Mike Hembree SPEED.com
Kevin Harvick dominates race but loses shot at victory on pit road…

 
Arpin Wins First Truck Pole
09-16-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Steve Arpin edged Kevin Harvick for the Chicagoland pole....

 
Kligerman Clicks Off Fastest Speed In Final Practice
09-16-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Parker Kligerman led the second and final practice Friday for Friday night’s Fast Five 225 Camping World Truck Series race at Chicagoland Speedway.

 
Piquet Paces First Chicagoland Practice
09-16-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Nelson Piquet Jr. turned a lap at 174.842 miles per hour to lead the first round of practice Friday for Friday night’s Fast Five 225 Camping World Truck Series race at Chicagoland Speedway.

 
Looking For A Job, Hornaday Still Thankful For Harvick
09-14-2011 | Jared Turner, TruckSeries.com
Ron Hornaday credits Kevin Harvick for helping save his life. So when Hornaday got a call from his team owner last Friday morning saying that Kevin Harvick Inc. was getting out of the Camping World Truck Series and selling its equipment, Hornaday wasn’t mad. Disappointed, of course. But not mad.


 
KHI Pulling Out Of Truck Series
09-09-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
One of the strongest teams in the history of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will be no more. Team owner Kevin Harvick announced Friday that Kevin Harvick Inc. will not field trucks in the series next season.

 
Hornaday Jr. Wins With Pit Strategy
09-02-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Clint Bowyer leads 97 laps but has to settle for second at Atlanta…

 
Carmichael Notches First Series Pole
09-02-2011 | Mike Henbree, SPEED.com
Former motorcycle star knocks Clint Bowyer from first starting spot…

 
Whitt Atop Final Practice Chart At Atlanta
09-02-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Cole Whitt turned a lap at 175.899 miles per hour Friday afternoon to lead the final practice round for Friday night’s Atlanta 200 Camping World Truck Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Austin Dillon was second at 175.354.

 
Carmichael Leads First Atlanta Practice
09-02-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Ricky Carmichael led the first round of practice Friday morning for Friday night's Atlanta 200 Camping World Truck Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Carmichael had a top speed of 177.726 miles per hour. Josh Richards was second.

 
Ballew, Braun Hope Pairing Breeds Brighter Days
08-31-2011 | Jared Turner, TruckSeries.com
Billy Ballew is back in the Camping World Truck Series as a team owner. Colin Braun has returned as a driver. Together they hope to become a formidable pairing. But first they’ll need to find steady sponsorship.

 
Young Guns Outdueling Veterans
08-30-2011 | Megan Englehart, SPEED.com
The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in recent years has been described as a healthy mix of veteran and young drivers, but this season’s “young guns” have risen above their more experienced counterparts … and right into the thick of the championship battle.

 
Harvick Remains Hot With Bristol Triumph
08-24-2011 | Jared Turner, TruckSeries.com Report
Kevin Harvick won the NASCAR Camping World O'Reilly 200 at Bristol Motor Speedway...

 
Sadler On Bristol Pole
08-24-2011 | Jim Rising, TruckSeries.com
Elliott Sadler will start first in the NASCAR Camping World O'Reilly 200 at Bristol Motor Speedway...

 
Hornaday Fastest In Bristol Happy Hour
08-24-2011 | James Rising, TruckSeries.com
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series veteran Ron Hornaday Jr. was the fastest in the final practice session for the O'Reilly 200 at Bristol Motor Speedway...

 
Rookie Whitt Fastest In First Bristol Practice
08-24-2011 | Jared Turner, TruckSeries.com
Rookie Cole Whitt, making his first appearance at Bristol Motor Speedway, showed the way in today’s opening NASCAR Camping World Truck Series practice for Wednesday night’s O’Reilly 200 at Bristol Motor Speedway.

 
Whitt Young But Skilled
08-23-2011 | Jim Rising, TruckSeries.com
The old saying goes that “old age and treachery beats youth and skill every time.” Someone should probably have let 20-year-old Cole Whitt know.

 
Paludo Progressing, Pumped For Bristol Return
08-23-2011 | Jared Turner, TruckSeries.com
Fresh off a career-best third-place finish, Miguel Paludo has reason to be in good spirits heading to Bristol Motor Speedway for Wednesday night’s O’Reilly 200 (7:30 p.m. ET on SPEED). In fact, though, Paludo was already eagerly anticipating the Camping World Truck Series’ regular August stop at the .533-mile, high-banked oval long before his standout performance last Saturday at Michigan.

 
Harvick Wins At Michigan
08-20-2011 | Jared Turner, SPEED.com
Kevin Harvick wins the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series VFW 200 at Michigan International Speedway…

 
Crafton Takes Pole At Michigan
08-20-2011 | Jared Turner, TruckSeries.com
Backing up his chart-topping time in Friday's final practice, Matt Crafton claimed the pole Saturday morning for today's Camping World Truck Series race at Michigan International Speedway. Joining the ThorSport Racing driver on the outside of Row 1 is two-time Truck Series champion Todd Bodine.

 
Crafton Fastest In Happy Hour
08-19-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Matt Crafton, driver of the No. 88 Menards/Deal Door Chevrolet was fastest in the final practice session for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series VFW 200 at Michigan International Speedway...

 
Sauter Sets Early Pace
08-19-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Johnny Sauter led the first of Friday’s two practice rounds for Saturday's VFW 200 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Michigan International Speedway. Sauter, who led the Truck Series points for six weeks in a row until being penalized for being too low at Pocono Raceway two weeks ago, lapped the 2-mile MIS oval at 177.778 miles per hour in his No. 13 ThorSport Racing Chevrolet.

 
Close Title Battle Shaping Up
08-19-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Don’t look now, but a razor-thin points battle has broken out in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. After the Iowa race five weeks ago, Johnny Sauter led Austin Dillon by 22 points, which at the time seemed like a comfortable margin. Not anymore.

 
Peters On The Move With Michigan Up Next
08-17-2011 | Jared Turner, TruckSeries.com
Despite a season that has been far less than perfect, Timothy Peters has quietly emerged as a legitimate contender for the 2011 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series title. Now the question is whether the Red Horse Racing driver can make good on the opportunity.

 
Gaughan Makes Progress
08-17-2011 | Jim Rising, SPEED.com
Germain Racing team member looks forward to great season finish...

 
Sellers Overcomes Bad Luck At Pocono
08-09-2011 | Jim Rising, SPEED.com
Peyton Sellers struggled all weekend at Pocono Raceway...

 
Harvick Holds Off Busch
08-07-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Kevin Harvick won from the pole at Pocono...

 
Pocono Weather Should Be Good
08-07-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
The skies are clearing at Pocono Raceway - for now, at least...

 
Rain, Rain Go Away
08-06-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Saturday’s NCWTS race has been rescheduled for 9 a.m. Sunday...

 
Rain Halts Action At Pocono
08-06-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
The Good Sam RV Emergency Road Service 125 is in a rain delay.

 
Harvick On Pocono Pole
08-06-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Kevin Harvick won the pole for this afternoon’s Good Sam RV Emergency Road Service 125 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Pocono Raceway. Harvick lapped the three-turn, 2.5-mile Pocono track at 162.684 miles per hour, tops among the 30 trucks setting times Saturday morning.

 
Harvick Tops Speed Chart At Pocono
08-05-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Kevin Harvick led Friday’s lone practice round for the Good Sam RV Emergency Road Service 125 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Pocono Raceway. Harvick, driving the No. 2 Chevrolet Silverado he co-owns with wife DeLana, lapped the three-turn, 2.5-mile Pennsylvania track at 161.493 miles per hour, tops among the 30 trucks setting times.

 
Martin Going Trucking
08-03-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
It’s about as old school as old school gets: Mark Martin is going racing in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, driving a truck trimmed out in sponsor colors that date back to his days at Roush Fenway Racing. Martin will compete in Saturday’s Good Sam 125 NCWTS race, driving the No. 32 Exide Batteries Chevrolet Silverado out of the Turner Motorsports stables.

 
Lots At Stake As Second Pocono Trip Awaits
08-03-2011 | Jared Turner, TruckSeries.com
The dress rehearsal is over and it’s game on for the drivers of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. With 13 of 25 races in the books, the season is now more than halfway over. The next dozen outings will determine the 2011 champion, and it’s anyone’s guess which driver that will be.

 
Peters Wins At Lucas Oil Raceway
07-29-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Timothy Peters won a fuel-mileage challenge Friday night and scored his third Camping World Truck Series win in the AAA Insurance 200 at Lucas Oil Raceway. Fuel mileage critical as Peters scores third career victory…

 
Dillon Wins Lucas Oil Raceway Pole
07-29-2011 | Mike Hembree. SPEED.com
Austin Dillon won the pole for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series AAA Insurance 200 at Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis...

 
Sadler Leads Happy Hour Practice
07-29-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Dillon, Coulter follow at LOR…

 
Whitt Paces First Practice At Lucas Oil Raceway
07-29-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Cole Whitt led the first of two practices Friday for Friday night’s AAA Insurance 200 Camping World Truck Series race at Lucas Oil Raceway. Whitt turned a fast lap at 107.735 miles per hour to easily lead a field of 36 drivers making laps in the one-hour session.

 
A Seat Now Secure, Bodine Seeking Better Results
07-27-2011 | Jared Turner, TruckSeries.com
Todd Bodine doesn’t know exactly what his racing future holds beyond 2011. The reigning Camping World Truck Series champion is holding fast to what he does know, however: He’ll be a participant in each of this season’s remaining Truck events. Just two weeks ago, no such assurance existed.

 
Dillon Rocks Music City
07-22-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Austin Dillon has three career NCWTS victories ...

 
Dillon Shows Way In Happy Hour
07-22-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Austin Dillon is looking for his first Truck Series victory of the year

 
Sauter Sets Early Pace At Nashville
07-22-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Points leader Johnny Sauter led the first of two practice sessions for tonight’s Lucas Deep Clean 200 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Nashville Superspeedway. Sauter’s No. 13 ThorSport Chevrolet topped the speed charts with a best lap of 156.552 miles per hour around the 1.33-mile concrete oval.

 
Sauter Leading The Way
07-22-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Don’t look now, but Johnny Sauter is starting to run away with the championship in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. With 11 of 25 races in the books for 2011, Sauter leads Austin Dillon by 22 points, Cole Whitt by 26 and James Buescher by 36. That means Sauter has the biggest points margin of any of the leaders in NASCAR’s top three divisions. In fact, the Truck Series is the only one of NASCAR’s national touring series where the points lead is in double digits.

 
Buescher Motivated, On A Mission After Early DNQ
07-20-2011 | Jared Turner, TruckSeries.com
James Buescher was persuaded his title hopes were history. He’s since had a change of heart. Not that anyone could blame him for not always being so optimistic.

 
SPEED Exclusive - First National TV Interview With Hmiel Family
07-19-2011 | Erik Arneson, SPEED.com
The Hmiel family discusses their journey in an exclusive interview on Thursday’s edition of NASCAR Race Hub on SPEED.

 
Crafton Holds Off Dillon To Win At Iowa
07-16-2011 | Mike Hembree SPEED.com
Chevrolet driver scores second career victory…

 
Mayhew Snares Iowa Pole
07-16-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
David Mayhew rolls off first in the Coca-Cola 200 Camping World Truck Series race.

 
Kligerman Has Best Chance For Breakthrou​gh Win At Iowa
07-14-2011 | Megan Englehart, SPEED.com
Parker Kligerman has emerged as a favorite to score his career-first NASCAR victory this weekend at Iowa Speedway.

 
Dillon Can’t Wait To Get To Iowa
07-13-2011 | Jared Turner, TruckSeries.com
Austin Dillon is primed and ready for a return to Iowa Speedway.

 
Busch Opens 'Triple' Weekend With Win
07-07-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Busch was in front for a pair of late-race restarts and those great restarts opened the door for win…

 
Sauter Soars To Kentucky Pole
07-07-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Johnny Sauter, who had the strongest truck in final practice, won the pole Thursday afternoon for Thursday night’s UNOH 225 Camping World Truck Series race at Kentucky Speedway. The race will be broadcast by SPEED at 7:30 p.m. ET. Sauter turned a fast lap of 174.109 miles per hour and was the only driver over 174 in the session.

 
Sauter Leads Final Kentucky Practice
07-07-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Elliott Sadler second as teams prepare for UNOH 225…

 
Dillon Fastest In Round Two At Kentucky
07-06-2011 | Jared Turner, TruckSeries.com
RCR driver Austin Dillon paced Wednesday's second practice at Kentucky Speedway.

 
Sadler On Top In First Kentucky Practice
07-06-2011 | Jared Turner, TruckSeries.com
Elliott Sadler paced the opening round of Truck Series practice Wednesday at Kentucky Speedway.

 
Kentucky Could Be Kind To Hornaday Once More
07-05-2011 | Jared Turner, TruckSeries.com
If ever all the stars seemed to be aligning for Ron Hornaday, it might be now. In addition to having a little extra kick in his step as the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series’ most recent winner, Hornaday has historically made the next stop on the NCWTS tour one of his best.

 
Sauter Hands Hornaday Victory
06-11-2011 | Tom Jensen. SPEED.com
Ron Hornaday Jr. won at Texas after Johnny Sauter was black-flagged ...

 
Buescher Grabs Pole Deep In The Heart Of Texas
06-10-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Texas native James Buescher loves him some Texas Motor Speedway. Oh, yes, he does.  Buescher, who grew up not far from TMS in the Dallas suburb of Plano, won the pole for Friday’s Winstar World Casino 400K NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at the 1.5-mile Fort Worth track.  The youngster put the No. 31 Turner Motorsports Chevrolet Silverado in the No. 1 position with a blistering lap of 179.045 miles per hour. It was his first career pole in 56 Truck Series starts...

 
Whitt A Happy Man At Texas
06-09-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Rookie Cole White topped the speed charts in the final Happy Hour round of practice for Friday’s WinStar World Casino 400k NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Texas Motor Speedway. Whitt’s best lap in the No. 60 Red Bull Chevrolet Silverado was 176.788 miles per hour, fastest of the 34 trucks setting times.

 
Buescher Best In Opening Round At Texas
06-09-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
James Buescher led the first of two rounds of practice for Friday’s WinStar World Casino 400k NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Texas Motor Speedway. Buescher, a native of nearby Plano, Texas, lapped the 1.5-mile speedway at 179.253 miles per hour in his No. 31 Turner Motorsports Chevrolet.

 
Sauter Sizing Up Rivals As Series Heads To Texas
06-08-2011 | Jared Turner, TruckSeries.com
Johnny Sauter recently looked over the next several races on the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series schedule and came to an encouraging conclusion. It’s the kind of conclusion a driver can only reach when he’s having a year like that being enjoyed by Sauter, who sits atop the series standings heading into Friday night’s WinStar World Casino 400k at Texas Motor Speedway (8:30 p.m. ET on SPEED).


 
Dillon Looking For Repeat K.O. At Texas
06-07-2011 | Megan Englehart, SPEED.com
Austin Dillon is set for a return to Texas Motor Speedway, site of his first Truck Series pole and top-five finish.

 
Kansas Native Bowyer Triumphs
06-04-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.Com
Clint Bowyer won his third NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race…

 
Dillon On Kansas Pole
06-04-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Austin Dillon won the pole for this afternoon’s O’Reilly Auto Parts 250 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Kansas Speedway. Dillon, the grandson of team owner Richard Childress, busted off a lap of 169.966 miles per hour to capture his ninth career Truck Series pole in just 35 career series attempts.

 
Bodine Paces Practice No. 1 At Kansas
06-03-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Todd Bodine led the first of two Friday practices for the O’Reilly Auto Parts 250 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races at Kansas Speedway. Bodine, the two-time and reigning series champion, lapped the 1.5-mile track at 164.936 miles per hour in his No. 30 Germain Racing Toyota Tundra.

 
Showalter - A Participant In Every NCWTS Race
06-02-2011 | NASCAR Communications
Both the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and Chris Showalter will make history at Kansas Speedway in Saturday's O'Reilly Auto Parts 250 at Kansas Speedway, ringing up their 400th race. Now Travis Kvapil's crew chief for Randy Moss Motorsports, Showalter is the only individual to participate in all 399 series races beginning with the 1995 inaugural event at Phoenix International Raceway. Showalter hasn't just been there. He's done it all, at least on pit road.

 
Dunlap Summer Musing
06-01-2011 | Ray Dunlap, SPEED.com
Since we’ve had several weekends off here and there since Daytona, I’ve had plenty of time to dissect the series and its competitors. With that in mind, following are some of my random thoughts and observations on the 2011 season to-date and what is yet to come...

 
Everything Old Is New Again As NCWTS Marks 400th Race At Kansas Speedway
06-01-2011 | Megan Englehart, SPEED.com
Competition the constant as Truck series rolls off Saturday At 2 p.m. ET from Kansas live on SPEED™...

 
Bodine Looking For Luck As Kansas Lurks
06-01-2011 | Jared Turner, SPEED.com
Reigning Truck Series champion Todd Bodine has endured a miserable season thus far...

 
Weekly NASCAR News And Notes
05-26-2011 | Jared Turner, SPEED.com
A roundup of the week's stories from around NASCAR's Camping World Truck Series and Nationwide Series…

 
Kyle Busch, Again
05-20-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Kyle Busch took his first lead on Lap 128 of the 134-lap race...

 
Timothy Peters Wins Pole At Charlotte
05-20-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Clint Bowyer, Austin Dillon, Brad Sweet,James Buescher also in top five for Friday night’s race…

 
Dillon Swiftest In Final Charlotte Practice
05-20-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Austin Dillon led Happy Hour practice for Friday night’s North Carolina Education Lottery 200 Camping World Truck Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

 
Hornaday Paces Opening Practice At CMS
05-20-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Veteran Ron Hornaday Jr. led the opening round of practice Friday morning for Friday night’s North Carolina Education Lottery 200 Camping World Truck Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

 
In A Dinosaur No More, Crafton Confident Heading To CMS
05-18-2011 | Jared Turner, TruckSeries.com
Matt Crafton was already enjoying a pretty stellar year before arriving at Dover International Speedway last weekend. There, at The Monster Mile, Crafton then posted his best finish of the 2011 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season by placing third.

 
Busch Tames Harvick, Monster Mile
05-13-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Kyle Busch won Friday’s Lucas Oil 200 at Dover International Speedway.

 
Marks Edges Harvick For Dover Pole
05-13-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Justin Marks won the pole for this afternoon's 12th Annual Lucas Oil 200 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Dover International Speedway. Marks broke up the ongoing Kevin Harvick-Kyle Busch hatefest with a lap of 156.924 miles per hour around the 1-mile concrete oval. That knocked Harvick off the pole and put Marks' No. 66 GoPro Chevrolet Silverado in the top spot.

 
Whitt In Command Of Final Dover Practice
05-12-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Rookie Cole Whitt led the way in Thursday’s second and final round of practice for Friday’s Lucas Oil 200 Camping World Truck Series race at Dover International Speedway. Whitt, who was fourth in the day’s first practice, jumped to the top of the speed chart with a lap of 154.839 miles per hour, almost two miles per hour faster than his speed in the earlier session.

 
Crafton, Hornaday Top Dover Time Sheet
05-12-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Matt Crafton and Ron Hornaday Jr. had identical speeds atop the leaderboard during Thursday's first practice for Friday's Lucas Oil 200 Camping World Truck Series race at Dover International Speedway. Two of the weekend's spotlighted drivers - Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick - were in the top five on the session's speed chart. They were placed on probation this week for actions at Darlington Raceway last week.

 
Cole Whitt Banking On Good Dover Run
05-11-2011 | Jared Turner, SPEED.com
Cole Whitt will have his debut NASCAR Camping World Series start this weekend at Dover International Speedway…


 
Kyle Busch Wins At Nashville
04-22-2011 | Mike Henbree, SPEED.Com
Toyota driver dominates race, rallies past Hornaday near finish…

 
Busch Wins Nashville Pole
04-22-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
After dominating practice, Sprint Cup regular will start from the point Friday night…

 
Busch Again In Final Nashville Practice
04-22-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Kyle Busch solidified his status as the strongest driver at Nashville Superspeedway Friday afternoon by leading Happy Hour practice for Friday night’s Bully Hill Vineyards 200 Camping World Truck Series race. Busch turned a lap at 157.121 mph, becoming the only driver in the hour-long session to top 157 mph.

 
Busch Leads First Nashville Practice
04-22-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Kyle Busch is everywhere. Driving everything. And beating everybody. This time it’s Nashville Superspeedway. In the opening practice at midday Friday for Friday night’s Bully Hill Vineyards 200 Camping World Truck Series race, Busch posted the fastest speed – 156.552 miles per hour.

 
ThorSport Racing On A Roll
04-20-2011 | Jared Turner, TruckSeries.com
ThorSport Racing has it going on in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. In addition to holding the top two positions in the standings, the organization is fresh off a win delivered by Johnny Sauter at Martinsville Speedway on April 2.

 
Nashville Twice As Nice For Dillon
04-19-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Two days, two series, two teams. Austin Dillon is going to be a very busy driver this weekend at Nashville Superspeedway. Along with Elliott Sadler and Kyle Busch, Dillon will be one of three drivers pulling double duty at Nashville, where he will compete in both the NASCAR Nationwide and Camping World Truck Series races.

 
Fearsome Foursome For KHI
04-18-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Elliott Sadler will be one of four Kevin Harvick Inc. drivers who’ll race at Nashville this weekend.

 
Unlikely SPEED™ Truck Series Crew Marks 200th Race Broadcast Friday at Nashville
04-18-2011 | Megan Englehart, SPEED.com
SPEED celebrates its 200th NASCAR Camping Truck Series race broadcast Friday, April 22 at Nashville Superspeedway (live at 8 p.m. ET; NCWTS Setup with Krista Voda at 7:30 p.m.

 
Kimi’s Long, Strange Trip
04-04-2011 | Megan Englehart, SPEED.com
Many in the Formula 1 world were taken aback over the weekend when 2007 champion Kimi Raikkonen became the latest open-wheel standout to throw his hat into the NASCAR ring.


 
Sauter Turns Trick
04-02-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Sauter Turns Trick Johnny Sauter passed Kyle Busch with one lap to go to win the Kroger 250 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Martinsville Speedway on Saturday. It was the third NCWTS victory of Sauter's career and his first since his dramatic win last May at Kansas Speedway. It also meant that Sauter was the first NASCAR Nationwide or Truck Series regular to win a race this season.
(Photo: Jerry Markland/Getty Images for NASCAR)

 
Sauter Soars To Martinsville Pole
04-02-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Sauter Soars To Martinsville Pole Johnny Sauter captured the pole for this afternoon's Kroger 250 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Martinsville Speedway. Sauter put the No. 13 ThorSport Racing Chevrolet Silverado on the pole with a lap of 95.46 miles per hour around the 0.526-mile Virginia short track. It was Sauter's first pole of the season and the third of his career in 65 Truck Series starts.
(Photo: Jason Smith/Getty Images)

 
Dillon Leads Truck Happy Hour
04-01-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
Austin Dillon led the second and final Happy Hour round of practice Friday for tomorrow's Kroger 250 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Martinsville Speedway. Dillon lapped the 0.526-mile Virginia short track at 94.775 miles per hour in his No. 3 Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet Silverado.

 
KHI Drivers On Top In First Martinsville Practice
04-01-2011 | Mike Hembree, SPEED.com
Kevin Harvick turned a lap at 94.190 miles per hour Friday to lead the first of two practices for Saturday’s Kroger 250 Camping World Truck Series race at Martinsville Speedway. Harvick was followed by Ron Hornaday Jr., his teammate at Kevin Harvick Inc., at 94.059.

 
Peters Goes Back To School
04-01-2011 | Tom Jensen, SPEED.com
When the green flag falls to kick off Saturday’s Kroger 250 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race, one of the favorites will be Timothy Peters, driver of the No. 17 Red Horse Racing Toyota Tundra. Peters won at 0.526-mile Martinsville Speedway in October 2009 and is something of a hometown hero, having grown up in the area. On Tuesday, Peters visited Bartlett Yancey High School in Yanceyville, N.C., some 40 miles from the track. Peters graduated from Yancey and he had quite a big day visiting with students and teachers.

 
Hornaday Could Be The Man Again At Martinsville
03-30-2011 | Jared Turner, TruckSeries.com
It took Ron Hornaday 17 tries to kick down the door to victory lane at Martinsville Speedway. Now that he's been there, the four-time Camping World Truck Series champion is chomping at the bit to get back. Based on the early results from the 2011 season, Hornaday figures to have a pretty good chance when the trucks return to Martinsville for Saturday's Kroger 250 (1:30 p.m. ET on SPEED).


 
Rookies Staking Their Own Claim In Series Points Race
03-29-2011 | Megan Englehart, SPEED.com
Trevor Bayne almost made instant success look easy in his Daytona 500 win, but his four NASCAR Sprint Cup Series starts since then have proven anything but. Although most drivers don't win the year's biggest race in their rookie season, they all share the same challenges and uphill battles facing newcomers in NASCAR's top three series. This year's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series is no different. In fact, many have described it as featuring the deepest rookie talent pool in years.

 
TEAM NEWS: ThorSports's Trio Set For Monster Mile

SAUTER: Dover "Funnest Track"

BUESCHER: 100th Career NASCAR Start At Monster Mile

BODINE: Will Make Something Happen At Dover

SAUTER: Has Truck To Beat

BUESCHER: Confident Heading Into CMS

BODINE: Rookie's Mistake Costly At 1.5 Miler

SAUTER: Overcomes Obstacles To Finish Fifth At Kansas

JENNINGS: 1st Start At 1.5 Miler

BUESCHER: Kansas Was First Victory

SAUTER: Fought Bad Pit Stops At The Rock

CRAFTON: Handling Woes Results In 6th Place Finish

BUESCHER: Battles Back To 3rd At The Rock

TOYOTA: Post Rockingham Notes & Quotes

SAUTER: Going For Three

CRAFTON: Sets Record At The Rock

LARSON: Joins Turner Motorsports At The Rock

CRAFTON: Impressive At Paperclip

TOYOTA: Martinsville Post Race Notes & Quotes

TOYOTA: Martinsville Post Qualifying Notes & Quotes

SAUTER: Brings Momentum To Martinsville

STARR: Ready To Go Racing

BODINE: Knows How To Win At Paperclip

BODINE: The One That Got Away

CRAFTON: Ninth At DIS A Good Deal

SAUTER: 2nd Daytona Win Sweet

BODINE: In For ThorSport At DIS

TEAM NEWS: Jeb Burton Wheels No. 4 For Turner SCOTT

GALLOWAY: Eyes NASCAR In 2013

TEAM NEWS: Turner Motorsports Rebrands

BUESCHER: Returning To No. 31

GAUGHAN: To Drive Full Season For RCR

NASCAR: Reviews Penalties Of No. 57 Team

PALUDO: Returning To Turner Motorsports

BURTON: Starts Full-Time Series Deal In 2013

WHITE: Last 2012 Race Bittersweet

CHASTAIN: Top-Ten Caps Rookie Season

TOYOTA: Notes And Quotes Post Homestead

LOFTON: Rides With Mercury In Series Finale

NASCAR: Racing Appeals Panel Statement - No. 57 Team

BUESCHER: Can Almost Taste The Bubbly

WHITE: Bad Luck At Phoenix International Raceway

LOFTON: Battles To 10th At Phoenix

GALE: Spin Yields 7th In Desert Battle

TOYOTA: Notes & Quotes - Phoenix

WHITE: Struggles At Texas Motor Speedway

GALE: Scores 15th In Lone Star State

BUESCHER: Escapes Texas With 11th-Place Finish

TOYOTA: Notes & Quotes - Texas

WHITE: Looks For Strong Lone Star Run

BUESCHER: Home Sweet Home At Texas

WHITE: Survives Martinsville Carnage to Finish 13th

GALE: Engine Failure At Martinsville

BUESCHER: Gets Points Lead After Paperclip

TOYOTA: Martinsville Notes & Quotes

BLANEY: Grabs 8th In Physical Race

TOYOTA: Pre-Martinsville Notes & Quotes

WHITE: Martinsville Preview

BUESCHER: Continues Championship Hunt At Paperclip

GALE: Scores Top Ten At Home Track

WHITE: Caught Up In Big One At High Banks

CHASTAIN: Garaged After Halfway At 'Dega

LOFTON: Last Lap Accident Lands 24th At Talladega

BUESCHER: Talladega Wild Card Yields Top-Three

TOYOTA: Post Talladega Notes & Quotes

WHIT: Pulls Double Duty At High-Banks

BUESCHER: Returns To High-Banks Of 'Dega

REED: Scores Top 20 In Series Debut

PIQUET: Brings TAG Heuer Avant-Garde Eyewear Onboard

BUESCHER: Closes In On Points Lead

LOFTON: Late Race Incident Spoils Run

GALE: Scores Top Ten At Vegas

TEAM NEWS: SRT Motorsports Post-Race Quotes - Las Vegas

TOYOTA: Notes & Quotes Post Vegas

TRACK NEWS: Rockingham Speedway Back In 2013

REED: Series Debut In Sin City

BUESCHER: Rolls Dice For Vegs

WHITE: Hub Failure Ruins Day

GALE: Broken Radiator Yields 19th At Kentucky

BLANEY: Looks For Repeat At KMS

WHITE: Kentucky A Fun Challenge

ARMSTRONG: In Turner Truck At Kentucky

CRAFTON: Post Iowa Race Report

GALE: Season Best Finish In The American Ethanol 200

LOFTON: Hits Wall To End Night At Iowa

BUESCHER: Tire Fails, Ends Solid Run At Iowa

BLANEY: Wins In Third Start

TOYOTA: Post Race Notes & Quotes - Iowa

BLANEY: Post Race Quotes-Iowa

MAYHEW: Series Debut At Iowa Speedway

BLANEY: Iowa A 'Fun Track'

TOYOTA: Iowa Notes & Quotes

WHITE: Ready For Unique Iowa Track

CHASTAIN: Fading Handling Yields 20th At AMS

TOYOTA: Notes & Quotes Post Atlanta

TRACK NEWS: Hillenburg Named Second Quarter NMPA Spirit Award Winner

GALE: Series Debut At AMS

TEAM NEWS: Ballew Back For Atlanta Race

WHITE: Handling Issues Yield 14th At Bristol

RAM: Post-Race Quotes - Bristol

GALE: Looks Forward To Bristol

WHITE: Career Best At Irish Hills

CHASTAIN: Rookie Gets Schooled At Michigan International Speedway

GALE: Fuel Strategy Back Fires At MIS

ARMSTRONG: Pit Call Yields Top Five Finish

TOYOTA: MIS Post-Race Notes & Quotes

KESELOWSKI: Decent Day At MIS

CRAFTON: Heads To Michigan Top Five In Points

HARRAKA: Will Sit Out MIS, Bristol Events

CHASTAIN: Plans On Wide Open Run

ARMSTRONG: MIS Repave A Challenge

KESELOWSKI: Father-Son Record At Michigan?

GALE: Makes Series Debut At MIS

WHITE: New Pave Makes MIS Tricky

TEAM NEWS: KBM Announces Changes To Driver Lineup

MEDIA COACHING: Seminars Go ‘Uptown’ In Charlotte

WHITE: Garners 9th In American Ethanol 225.

HARRAKA: Solid Weekend In Windy City

CRAFTON: Cool Track Yields Hot Finish

GALE: American Ethanol 225 Report

ARMSTRONG: Survives Chicagoland

TOYOTA: Post Chicagoland Notes & Quotes

TOYOTA: Pre Chicagoland Notes & Quotes

CRAFTON: Ready For Fifth ARCA Start

FONTAINE: Locked In At Chicagoland

HARRAKA: Debut At Windy City

CRAFTON: Retains Points Position After Iowa Speeedway

CHASTAIN: Lack Of Grip Yields 16th In American Ethanol 200

WHITE: Ill-Handling Truck Dashes Hopes At Iowa

ARMSTRONG: Blown Tire Foils Iowa Finish

TOYOTA: Post Iowa Notes & Quotes

PETERS: Pre Iowa Notes & Quotes

CRAFTON: Iowa Notes & Quotes

MILLER: Makes Series Debut At Iowa

WHITE: Battles Heat In UNOH 225

CRAFTON: Upbeat After Heat At Kentucky

ARMSTRONG: Fights Slick Track To Finish 13th At Kentucky

TOYOTA: Notes And Quotes Post Kentucky

WHITE: Ready To Mow Down Bluegrass State

SAUTER: Vindication At 1.5 Miler

WHITE: Nose Damage Leads To 17th At Lone Star State

CRAFTON: Cedes To Teammate-Snags Second At Texas

CHASTAIN: Rookie Couldn't Find Speed In Texas

WHITE: Set For Strong Run At TMS

WHITE: Unlucky Lap 13 At Dover

ARMSTRONG: Confident Heading To Lone Star State

CRAFTON: After 147 Laps 8th Place Finish

CHASTAIN: Salvages 15th Place Finish In Short Dover Tilt

ARMSTONG: Battles Weather To 20th Place Finish

TOYOTA: Notes And Quotes - Dover

RAM: Post Race Quotes-Dover

TEAM NEWS: Red Horse Suspends No. 7 Truck

CRAFTON: Cautions Mar CMS Run

ARMSTRONG: Lucky 13th In N.C. Education Lottery 200

RAM: Post CMS Notes & Quotes

TOYOTA: Post CMS Notes & Quotes

SILAS: Takes On CMS With New Sponsor

WHITE: Looks For Good Finish At CMS

WHITE: Caution Flag Yields Poor Results At Kansas

CRAFTON: Top In Points After SFP 250 At Kansas Speedway

CHASTAIN: Engine Woes At Kansas Speedway

BURTON: Tough Time At 1.5-mile Tri-Oval

TOYOTA: Post Kansas Notes And Quotes

ARMSTRONG: Confident At Mile Oval

CRAFTON: Rocks To 3rd

BURTON: Respect Earned At Good Sam 200

CHASTAIN: Rock Was Tricky Track

WHITE: Settles For 24th At The Rock

TOYOTA: Post Rockingham Notes & Quotes

KLIGERMAN: Rams Way To 9th At Rockingham

ARMSTRONG: Confident At The Rock

GREENFIELD: Makes 16th Series Start At The Rock

TRACK NEWS: Donnie Allison To Wave Green Flag At The Rock

HARRAKA: "Send A Solider To The Rock" Sponsorship

TRACK NEWS: The Rock To Host John Boy And Billy's Play Pen

BUESCHER: Rolls Into Rockingham

SAUTER: Good Finish Suspended At Martinsville

CRAFTON: Power Failure Results In 25th Place At Paperclip

BURTON: Second-Generation Driver Snares Top 15 Finish

CHASTAIN: Solid Turn At Paperclip

TOYOTA: Post Martinsville Notes & Quotes

ARMSTRONG: Martinsville Debut Strong

KLIGERMAN: Last Lap Turn 3 Incident Costly

CRAFTON: Track Position Key At Martinsville

SAUTER: Seeking To Defend Martinsville Glory

ARMSTRONG: Can't Wait To Race

BURTON: Ready For Martinsville Debut

TRACK NEWS: Rockingham Drivers Meeting To Be Open To Fans

LEFFLER: Returns To “The Rock”

WOLFE: Crew Member Suspended After Daytona

WHITE: Exciting Fifth Place Finish On High Banks

Daytona NCWTS Ratings Up On SPEED

TOYOTA: Notes And Quotes Post Daytona

KESELOWSKI: Post Daytona Notes & Quotes

KLIGERMAN: Daytona Race Quotes

REUTIMANN: Ready For Daytona In Truck

WHITE: Racing At Daytona A Dream Come True

SAUTER: Will He Win It All?

CRAFTON: Look For First Win On High Banks

KVAPIL: To Drive In NextEra Energy Resources 250 At Daytona

CHASTAIN: Rookie Slices New Sponsor

FITZPATRICK: Inks Full-Season Deal

TRACK NEWS: Tire Test At Rockingham Speedway Scheduled

GALE: Pulling Double Duty At Daytona

SILAS: Takes Third Run At High Banks

TEAM NEWS: Ker's Wing House Hosts ThorSport Racing Drivers

TEAM NEWS: ThorSport Charges Towards A Championship In 2012

TEAM NEWS: Skinner In For ESR At Daytona

TEAM NEWS: Red Horse Signs King

TEAM NEWS: Joe Denette Motorsports Lands Sponsor

MAGAZINE: National Speed Sport News To Return

TEAM NEWS: Ward Burton, Son Jeb Join Hillman Racing

GRESHAM: Gets Crew Chief For 2012

ARMSTRONG: Joins Sixth-Annual Charlotte Checkers Race Night

TEAM NEWS: Turn One Racing To Make NASCAR Sprint Cup Debut At Phoenix

TEAM NEWS: The Peanut Roaster/Peanut.com Partner With ThorSport Racing In 2012

LEFFLER: Will Drive No. 18 For KBM

TRACK NEWS: SAFER Installation Continues At Rockingham Speedway

REUTIMANN: To Pilot RBR Enterprises No. 92 Entry In 2012

TEAM NEWS: Baxter Joins Eddie Sharp Racing

SPEED Opens Year With Full January Slate

CRAFTON: Dreary Finale Finish

SAUTER: Near-Flawless Performance

ARMSTRONG: Season Ends On A High Note

TOYOTA: Homestead Post-Race Notes & Quotes

HORNADAY: Headed To Joe Denette Motorsports

GAUGHAN: Brings Momentum To Homestead

BODINE: Brings New Truck To Season Ender

ARMSTRONG: Debut Run At Homestead Season Finale

SAUTER: Homestead-Miami Will Be 'Old School Aggresive Driving'

CRAFTON: Finishing Up 2011

SPEED NOTE: NCWTS On SPEED Pacing As Most-Watch​ed Season Ever

STARR: Heartbreak In Lone Star State

PAPIS: Overcomes Ill-Handling Truck At TMS

SAUTER: 'We're Not Out Of This' Title Race

CRAFTON: Rallies For Fifth At Texas

TOYOTA: Post Texas Notes And Quotes

TOYOTA: Post Qualifying Note And Quotes

BODINE: Will Pilot Big Red Tundra At Texas

GAUGHAN: Texas Two Step

TEAM NEWS: Keselowski Racing Sets Sponsors

SPEED: Martinsvil​le Race Scores Double-Dig​it Ratings Increase

CRAFTON: Starts First But Ends 12th At Paperclip

SAUTER: "Beatin' And Bangin" At Martinsville

TOYOTA: Post Martinsville Notes And Quotes

TANNER: Paperclip Debut Goes Well

SPEED Note: Talladega NCWTS Race Scores Season’s Second-Highes​t Rating

CRAFTON: Coca-Cola 250 Fizzes Out

SAUTER: Rallies For 15th Place 'Dega Finish

PAPIS: Races Well In Memory Of Dan Wheldon

ARMSTRONG: Gets Away With Clean Truck At 'Dega

TOYOTA: Talladega Qualifying Notes And Quote

PIQUET: Positive Thinking Toward Talladega

HORNADAY: On A Roll Heading To 'Dega

SAUTER: Focused On Winning, Not Championship

CRAFTON: 'Always A Little Anxious' At Talladega

PAPIS: Rookie Costs Tundra Driver

STARR: No Lady Luck In Vegas

SAUTER: Lady Luck Smiles At Sin City

CRAFTON: Loves Racing At Las Vegas

SAUTER: Knows How To Win At Vegas

YOUNG GUNS: Among Best In Series History

BASS: Hits 30 Years in NASCAR

DILLON: Set For Cup Debut At Kansas

SPEED Note: Truck Series Ratings Up For Fourth Consecutiv​e Week

STARR: Gets Eighth Top-Ten In Kentucky 225

ARMSTRONG: Nabs Ninth In Kentucky 225

CRAFTON: Mechanical Woes Yield 23rd Place Finish

SAUTER: Maintains Points After Kentucky

SPEED Note: NCWTS Ratings Continue Upward Trend At New Hampshire

TEAM NEWS: Turner Motorsports Swaps Road Crews

SAUTER: Leaves NH Third In Points

CRAFTON: Wreck-Free race Yields 4th At NHMS

STARR: Survives Granite State Spin

TOYOTA: New Hampshire Post-Race Notes & Quotes

STARR: Seeking Loudon Bounce

HORNADAY: Gunning For 50th NCWTS Win At Loudon

CARMICHAEL: Victim Of Circumstance

SPEED: NCWTS Ratings Up 29-Percent At Chicago; Peaked At 1.04

CRAFTON: NHMS Tough Single Groove Track

ARMSTRONG: At Farm Science Review

SAUTER: Granite State Preview

SILAS: "Blast" At Windy City

CRAFTON: Stellar Pit Crew Yields Second City Seventh

ARMSTRONG: Tough Day At Windy City

SAUTER: Leaves Chicagoland Third In Points

TOYOTA: Post Race Notes And Quotes - Chicagoland

GAUGHAN: Chicagoland Easy To Learn

ARMSTRONG: Remembers Chicagoland Turns

SAUTER: Windy City Focus

CRAFTON: Team Is Strong At 1.5 Milers

SPEED Quotes: On-Air Talent Reacts To KHI Exit From Truck Series

TEAM NEWS: Sauter, Crafton Returning To ThorSport In '12

MARKS: Part Failure Yields 28th Place At AMS

PAPIS: Pit Stop Propels No. 9 To 14th At Atlanta

CRAFTON: Grabs Seventh With Fuel Strategy

TOYOTA: Post Race Notes And Quotes - Atlanta

TEAM NEWS: ThorSport Racing Practice Report

SPEED Notes: SPEED Moving NASCAR Victory Lane Closer To End Of Race

TEAM NEWS: Win A 'Monster' Day With Carmichael

BODINE: Plans To Slip And Slide On AMS

GAUGHAN: Fast Atlanta Has Multiple Grooves

SAUTER: Championship Run On Tap

CRAFTON: Fast, High Banked AMS Favorite Track

TOYOTA: Post Notes And Quotes Post Bristol

PALUDO: Banking On Banks Of BMS

SPEED: NCWTS Race From Michigan Enjoyed Year-To-Ye​ar Ratings Increase

BODINE: Ready To Get Up On The Wheel

SPEED: Analysts Offer Take On Chase Hopefuls, Bristol And More

SILAS: Bristol Makes You Gasp

PAPIS: Early Accident Ruins 'Best Truck Of Year' At MIS

STARR: Lands Top Five In Irish Hills

SAUTER: Brings 'Secret Weapon' To BMS

CRAFTON: Key to Bristol - Survival

TEAM NEWS: ThorSport Racing Adds Mud Jug Sponsorship

CRAFTON: Late-Race Wreck Takes Pole Winner Out

SAUTER: Lucky 13th At MIS

ARMSTRONG: MIS Chaos Yields 24th Place Finish

HARVICK: Survives Late-Race Crashes To Score MIS Win

TOYOTA: Post Race MIS Note And Quotes

GAUGHAN: MIS Key - Aero Package

BODINE: Wants To Beat Runner-Up Finish

HORNADAY: No Quit In Us

HARVICK: Lots Of Factors At Michigan

PIQUET: Feeling Good About Michigan

BUESCHER: Focused On Michigan, Title

PALUDO: Preparing For First Trip To MIS

PETERS: Carrying Momentum To Michigan

CARMICHAEL: Counting On Better At Michigan This Time

MARTIN: Back In Truck At Michigan

TEAM NEWS: KHI Forms Partnershi​p With Federal-Mo​gul

NEWMAN: Will Race In Atlanta 200

CRAFTON: MIS Wide And Fast

SAUTER: Foot To The Floor At Irish Hills

TOYOTA: Post Pocono Notes And Quotes

TRACK NEWS: Pocono's Mattioli Steps Down

BODINE: Pocono A Homecoming Of Sorts

SAUTER: This Is When It Starts To Count

CRAFTON: Pocono 'An Absolute Blast'

HORNADAY: Excited About Pocono Return

PIQUET: Confidence Still Growing

HARVICK: Returning To KHI Seat At Pocono

STARR: Top-Five Finish At LOR

SAUTER: Rough Night At LOR

CRAFTON: Comes Home Sixth At LOR

TOYOTA: Notes And Quotes Post LOR

BODINE: Wheels No. 5 For Randy Moss Motorsports

GAUGHAN: Indianapolis Raceway Park A Great Track

SPEED Notes: Indianapol​is, Dillon Brothers Going For Back-To-Ba​ck Wins

CRAFTON: Double-Duty Weekend Ahead

TEAM NEWS: Sadler To Run Two For Joe Denette Motorsports

STARR: Bittersweet Trip To Indianapolis

SAUTER: Many Memories At Lucas Oil Raceway

STARR: Fights Way To Third Top-Ten In A Row

PAPIS: Hot Night In Music City

CRAFTON: Handling Issues Yield 11th

Dillon: Scores First 2011 Win

SAUTER: Second Equals First

STARR: Milestone Start At Nashville

BODINE: Brings Confidence To Nashville

GAUGHAN: Gearing Up For Nashville

CHASTAIN: Makes Debut Series Run In No. 66 At Indy

HORNADAY: Hunting Another Nashville Win

SADLER: Back In Action At Nashville

PIQUET: Shooting For A Win At Nashville

SAUTER: Seeking Second Guitar At Nashville

CRAFTON: 13th Start At Music City

MARKS: Nashville May Be Last Run

STARR: Shotguns To Second Top Ten In A Row

PAPIS: Iowa Debut Produces Top 20 Finish

CRAFTON: Breaks Winless Streak

ARMSTRONG: Series Debut Competitive

SAUTER: Flat Tire Yields Fourth At Iowa

SPEED: Krista Voda Throws Out First Pitch

SAUTER: Best Of ThorSport Bunch In Iowa Qualifying

GAUGHAN: Iowa Fans Are Great

TEAM NEWS: New Ride For Bodine At Iowa

STARR: Bringing Momentum To Iowa

SAUTER: All Fired Up About Iowa

CRAFTON: Looking Forward To Iowa

ARMSTRONG: Ready For Iowa Debut

MAYHEW: Feeling Good About Iowa

HORNADAY: Hunting First Iowa Win

PIQUET: Gaining Confidence With Each Race

SPEED QUOTES: Marcus Smith Discusses Kentucky Fallout

TRUCK SERIES: Voting Opens For 2011 Most Popular Driver

SPEED2: Now Available To DISH Customers

SPEED QUOTES: Roger Penske On Wind Tunnel With Dave Despain

PECK: Ready To Take On Iowa

SAUTER: Short Track Suits Him

SMITH: Wrecked But Fininshed 18th

ARMSTRONG: Signs With ThorSport

PAPIS: Scores 11th At 1.5 Miler

SPEED: Kentucky Ratings Up

TOYOTA: Notes And Quotes Post - Kentucky

CRAFTON: Sidelined By Motor Woes At Kentucky

SAUTER: Broken Axle Yields 24th Place Finish

STARR: 275th Start On Tap

SMITH: 'Cannot Wait' For Kentucky

TRACK NEWS: Lucas Oil Raceway To Lose Traditional Date

SPEED: Will Ragan-Like Redemption Carry Over To Kentucky?

CARMICHAEL: Confident About Team's Progress

SAUTER: On Our Toes At Kentucky

CRAFTON: All About Racing At Kentucky

PIQUET: Excited About Kentucky Debut

SADLER: 'Kentucky Is A Great Track'

HORNADAY: Chasing Third Kentucky Win

WALTRIP: Realizes Next Big Goal With Race At Kentucky

LOFTON: Lands Crew Chief At Eddie Sharp Racing

BODINE: Won Despite Late Race Spin In 2010

FONTAINE: Debut Run At 1.5 Miler

BODINE: Ready For Repeat Trip To Victory Lane

GAUGHAN: Kentucky A Good Track For Team

TRACK NEWS: Iowa Lands Sponsors For July 16 Race

LOFTON: Back At Eddie Sharp Racing

SAUTER: To Celebrate Safe Auto NASCAR Day

LOFTON: In At ESR

LOFTON: Out At Germain Racing

MARKS: Ties The Knot On Weekend Off

SPEED: NCWTS Scores Sixth Consecutive Ratings Increase

BODINE: Grabs Third At Kansas

GAUGHAN: Kansas Heat Intense

LOFTON: On A Roll To Lone-Star State

SPEED NOTE: NCWTS Ratings Up For 5th Consecutive Race

RATINGS: NASCAR On FOX Hits Three-Year Viewership High

SPEED: Teaming With Tracks To Sell Tickets

HORNADAY: Hunting Victory At Texas

LOFTON: Leads Before Fading At Kansas

MAYHEW: Ready To Roll With KHI

WHITE: Disappointing Day At Kansas

PALUDO: Solid 13th At Kansas

CARMICHAEL: Motivation Not A Problem At Texas

BODINE: Always The Man To Beat At Texas

PETERS: Salvages Decent Day At Kansas

BUESCHER: Riding Momentum In To Native Texas

PETERS: Texas Is Its Own Track

PALUDO: Starting Up Front Important

HOFFMAN: 25th In Kansas Debut

CRAFTON: Confident Heading To Texas

SAUTER: 'Texas Is A Great Track For Me'

PIQUET: Excited To Get To Texas

CRAFTON: Pit Crash Spoils Day At Kansas

SAUTER: Leaves Kansas As Series Leader

PAPIS: Wall Contact Yields 22nd At 1.5 Miler

HOFFMAN: Takes Home 25th And Clean Truck From Kansas

TOYOTA: Kansas Post Race Notes & Quotes

TEAM NEWS: ThorSport Racing Practice Report - Kansas

HORNADAY: Joins Series Drivers For Prelude

GAUGHAN: Kansas Vet Set For 1.5 Miler

HOFFMAN: Strong Runner On 1.5 Milers

SILAS: Second Start At Kansas In O'Reilly Auto Parts 250

TOYOTA: Pre Race Notes - Kansas

SAUTER: Returns To Kansas As Defending Champ

HORNADAY: Has Fire Heading To Kansas

PIQUET: First Trip To Kansas

BOWYER: Heading Home To Kansas

PALUDO: Confident Heading To Kansas

PETERS: In Search Of Kansas Breakthrough

CRAFTON: Carrying Momentum To Kansas

SPEED: Ratings Increase For Sprint All-Star Race

HORNADAY: Penalized For Rules Infraction At Charlotte

MARKS: Career Best Finish At CMS

TEAM NEWS: Germain Racing Confirms Ownership Change

SAUTER: CMS Sixth Place Best Ever Finish

CRAFTON: Pulls Out 26th Place Finish After Contact In NC Education Lottery 200

PAPIS: Racing Contact Spoils Day At CMS

TOYOTA: NCWTS Charlotte Post-Race Note & Quotes

TOYOTA: NSCS Charlotte All-Star & Showdown Qualifying Notes

TEAM NEWS: ThorSport Drivers On Grid At CMS

TEAM NEWS: Ricky Benton Racing Helping Tornado Victims

MARKS: Riding Momentum In To Charlotte

STARR: Sprint Showdown Is A 'Test Session'

TEAM NEWS: Gaunt Brothers Racing Lands Sponsor

KVAPIL: Set To Sprint At CMS

GAUGHAN: Ready For Big Track Action

BODINE: Hopes To Beat Last Year's Runner-Up Finish

ROGERS: Best Foot Forward For N. C. Education Lottery 200

SPEED Notes: All-Star Week

SWEET: Eager To Get To Charlotte

TEAM NEWS: KBM, Busch To Remember Zahra Baker

BELL: To Race In Sprint Showdown

TEAM NEWS: RCR Hosting NASCAR Day Car Wash For Kids

LOFTON: Charlotte Is 'Fun' Track

STARR: Carries Momentum To Charlotte

FONTAINE: Set For Charlotte Debut

TEAM NEWS: KBM, Richards Partner With Rising Star Management Group

RCR: Drivers Ready For Charlotte

PIQUET: Seeking Strong Charlotte Finish

BOWYER: Looking Forward To Charlotte

HORNADAY: Charlotte Win A Big Prize

SPEED: Ready For Two Major NASCAR Events Within 48 Hours

CRAFTON: Rolling Into Charlotte

CARMICHAEL: Charlotte Is A 'Very Important Race'

BELL: Seeking Peak Performance At Charlotte

SPEED Note: Dover Trucks Top One Million Viewers

TEAMS: Open Doors During Charlotte Speedweeks

WHITE: Beats Monster Mile Gets 14th Place

PETERS: Late Race Crash Spoils Day

CRAFTON: Third Place Finish Yields Points Lead

SAUTER: Battles Monster To Finish 11th

STARR: Tire Gamble Doesn't Pay Off

TOYOTA: News And Notes Post Dover

FOUNDATION: Promoting Adoptions Through Film

TEAM NEWS: ThorSport Duo Consistent In Dover Practices

CRAFTON: Set For ARCA Race, Getting A Hand From Truck Team

RCR: Locked And Loaded For Dover

STARR: Ranks Dover "Awesome"

MARKS: Likes Unique Dover

ROGERS: Lucas Oil 200 First Dover Race

CRAFTON: Ready To Attack 'The Monster'

SAUTER: 'I Want A Monster Mile Trophy'

LOFTON: Looking Forward To Dover

GAUGHAN: 'No Place To Hide' At Dover

BODINE: Wants Dover Win - In A Truck

TEAM NEWS: Make Motorsports Plans Charlotte Return

SPEED: Revs Up For NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race Coverage

BUSCH/HARVICK: Feud Has Truck Roots; Next Face-Off Friday

TRACK NEWS: Artist Bass To Reveal CMS Program Covers

WHITE: Seventh Run At Dover

PIQUET: Debut Run At One Mile Track

HARVICK: Debut Series Start At Monster Mile

TRACK NEWS: Talladega Superspeedway Leads 'Likes'

LAFFERTY: Hosts Late Night TV Show

PALUDO: Number One Goal - Victory Lane

PETERS: Dover Ranks As Favorite

TEAM NEWS: Lafferty Motorsports Lands CMS Sponsor

CRAFTON: To Run ARCA Race At Toledo

DELANA HARVICK: Named Among Top Women In Business

RACEBUDDY: To Complement SPEED Richmond Race Telecast

GOESS: Hoping To Build On Nashville Run

TRACK NEWS: Papis, Hornaday Visit Dover

SPEED Offers Monster Social Media Support For NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race

BUSCH: Gets 1st Quarter Driver Of Year

TEAM NEWS: RCR Post Race Report -- Nashville

STARR: Scores 8th In Bully Hill Vineyards 200

LONG: Loose Trucks Yields 32nd Place Nashville Finish

SAUTER: Leads Series Points After Nashville

CRAFTON: Takes Sixth After 'Cake-Smash'

PAPIS: 23rd After Spin At Music City

PIQUET: Posts Career Finish At Nashville

HORNADAY: Strong Points Run At Nashville

SADLER: Disappointing Night At Nashville

SPEED Video: Matt Crafton Smashes Cake In Krista Voda’s Face Live On NCWTS Setup From Nashville

TOYOTA: Post-Race Notes & Quotes

TEAM NEWS: ThorSport Qualifying Report - Nashville

BODINE: Nashville Notes

SAUTER: All Smiles Heading To Nashville

TRACK NEWS: Dover Steps Up For Autism

TEAM NEWS: Turner Motorsports Signs Freese

NASCAR: Announces Postseason Schedule

KVAPIL: Knows How To Win At Music City

MARKS: Looks Forward To Nashville Return

CRAFTON: Fired Up Heading To Nashville

TEAM NEWS: Toyota Skinner Round-Up Gives Back To Charities

BODINE: High Hopes For Music City

GAUGHAN: Nashville A Welcome Destination

STARR: Loves Everything About Nashville

ROGERS: Expecting Even Better At Nashville

CARMICHAEL: Carrying Momentum To Nashville

SADLER: Races Double Header At Nashville

GALE: Likes Concrete At 1.33 Mile Track

SAUTER: Makes 500th Start For Mike Curb

PETERS: Ready To Play In Music City

PALUDO: First Run At Nashville Superspeedway

HORNADAY: Covets Gibson Guitar Trophy

PIQUET: Debut At Music City

SPEED Notes: 2012 Hall Nominees To Be Revealed On NASCAR Race Hub

TEAM NEWS: ThorSport Racing Gets New Product Partner

TEAM NEWS: SS Green Light Racing Returns To North Wilkesboro

TRACK NEWS: Nashville Superspeedway Autograph Session

WHITE: Flat Tire Deflates Strong Run At Martinsville

PETERS: Top-Five Finish At Home Town Track

PALUDO: Short-Track Yields 12th Place Finish

PAPIS: Translates Paperclip Into Top Ten Finish

CRAFTON: Disappointing Day At Martinsville

LONG: Personal Career Best At Paperclip

TEAM NEWS: ThorSport Tops At Paperclip

PETERS: Heading Home To Martinsville

PALUDO: Leaning On Teammate Peters For Help

EARNHARDT: Back In At Martinsville

HERMIE SADLER: Returns To Martinsville

BODINE: Looks Forward To Short-Track Tussle

GAUGHAN: Not A Fan Of Paperclip

LOFTON: Looking Forward To Martinsville

SAUTER: Back To Racing Roots At Martinsville

ROGERS: Carries Momentum To Martinsville

WHITE: Hoping To Turn Corner At Martinsville

CARMICHAEL: Excited About Martinsville Return

MARKS: Martinsville 'Obviously A Very Difficult Race Track'

TEAM NEWS: Jeffrey Earnhardt, Rick Ware Racing Part Ways

GOESS: We Need To Avoid Trouble At Martinsville

PIQUET: Half Mile Oval Debut

HORNADAY: Confidence At Paperclip

HARVICK: First 2011 Series Race At Martinsville

TEAM NEWS: ThorSport Racing Signs Armstrong For 3rd Team

TRACK NEWS: Kentucky Speedway Lands Race Sponsor

CRAWFORD: Takes Over At Mobile International Speedway

TEAM NEWS: Rick Ware Racing Crew Member Dies

MARKS: Leaves With Darlington Stripe

PETERS: Jumps In Points To Third After Darlington

PALUDO: First Lap Fracas Spoils Darlington Run

SAUTER: Leaves Lady Without Darlington Stripe

CRAFTON: Tames Darlington With Fourth Place Finish

LONG: Short Night At "Lady In Black"

GOESS: Top 20 In Darlington Debut

PAPIS: Tough Night At Track Too Tough To Tame

BODINE: Darlington Is Still Tough Old Girl

KAHNE: Wants More Time In Trucks

KAHNE: Flexes Muscle In First Darlington Practice

TEAM NEWS: ThorSport Racing Practice Reports- Darlington

BUESCHER: Best In Final Darlington Practice

Celebrity Guests Named For Toyota Skinner Round-Up

CRAFTON: 'Darlington Is Not My Favorite Race Track'

ROGERS: First Darlington Trip Awaits

PALUDO: First Time At Tough Track

PETERS: Back To Short Track

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