Kentucky Native Rhodes Speeds to Victory at Home Track

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Ben Rhodes, the driver of the #41 The Carolina Nut Co. Ford, poses with the winner’s decal on his car in Victory Lane after winning the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Buckle Up in Your Truck 225 at Kentucky Speedway on July 12, 2018, in Sparta, Kentucky. Photo – Michael Reaves/Getty Images

SPARTA, Ky. –The Louisville Slugger knocked it out of the park on Thursday night at Kentucky Speedway.

Ben Rhodes, who grew up less than an hour west of the venue in Sparta, Kentucky, finally won a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at his home track. Continue reading

Fan4Racing NASCAR Weekend Preview of Kentucky, Thompson, and Elko – Thursday, July 12, 2018

This Wednesday 8:30 to 10 pm ET with host Sharon Burton and co-host Andy Laskey and 10 to 10:30 pm ET for NASCAR Hot Topics Sound Off

Join host Sharon Burton and co-host Jay ‘MJ’ Husmann every Thursday night 8:30 to 10 pm ET for Fan4Racing NASCAR Weekend Preview as we rev up race fans for the upcoming weekend of racing!

We’re previewing the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup, Xfinity, and Camping World Truck Series at Kentucky Speedway, along with the K&N Pro Series East at Thompson Speedway and the ARCA Racing Series at Elko Speedway. We’ll also give a few updates from the K&N Pro Series West, and more.

Then, stay tuned in 10 to 10:30 pm ET for Fan4Racing NASCAR Hot Topics Sound Off co-host Andy Laskey as we discuss all the hottest topics leading into the weekend of racing,

Call 929-477-1790 or tweet @Fan4RacingSite with any questions or comments during our LIVE broadcast.

Our LIVE broadcast begins at 8:30 pm ET, Thursday, July 12, 2018.

As always…Thanks for listening!

Erik Jones Showing he’s Ready to Rise to the Top

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Photo – Sarah Crabill/Getty Images

It was wild, often chaotic and featured no shortage of drama. The kind of race that either seemingly rewards the patience of a veteran, or where the spotlight shines on an unlikely winner whose turn comes via favorable circumstances brought about by half the 40-car field not seeing the finish due to being involved in one of the multitudes of accidents. Continue reading