Auto Club Speedway has traditionally been a mighty test of horsepower and willpower for Xfinity Series regulars, but this season, in particular, there are a few reasons to believe that a 17-year string of Cup winners in the Xfinity race there may be stopped.Continue reading
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series teams are ready for action at Kansas Speedway in the Toyota Tundra 250 on Friday night, May 12th. Television coverage begins at 8 pm ET on FOX Sports 1 with radio coverage on MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.
The green flag waves at around 8:30 pm ET for 250.5 miles over 167 laps. Stage 1 ends on lap 40 with Stage 2 ending on lap 80 and the last stage on the last lap.
2016 Camping World Truck Series Sunoco Rookie of the Year Award winner, William Byron is the defending race winner.
Earlier this season Ryan Reed became the seventh driver in series history to get his first NASCAR XFINITY Series career win at a superspeedway.
Of the seven drivers who posted their first series career win at a superspeedway, only two have done it at Talladega – David Ragan (2009) and Greg Sacks (1996). The remaining five first-time winners all claimed their first victory at Daytona – Ryan Reed (2015), James Buescher (2012), Tony Stewart (2005), Chad Little (1995) and Dale Earnhardt (1982). Continue reading
Race runner-up Matt Crafton said Joey Logano barreled into turn one on the last restart “like he was shot out of a cannon.”
Ducking to the inside with the accelerator mashed was the move Logano, the Coors Light Pole Award winner, had to make to vault from third to first and win Saturday’s Kroger 250 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Martinsville Speedway in an event that went eight circuits past its posted distance of 250 laps. Continue reading
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series
Next Race: Kroger 250
The Place: Martinsville Speedway
The Date: Saturday, March 28
The Time: 2:30 p.m. (ET)
TV: FOX Sports 1, 2:30 p.m. (ET)
Radio: MRN, Sirius XM Ch. 90
Distance: 131.5 miles (250 laps)
Custer To Pilot JR Motorsports’ No. 00 Chevrolet Silverado In Team’s Trucks Debut
Fresh off its first NASCAR XFINITY Series driver championship – powered by the efforts of then-18-year-old wunderkind Chase Elliott (the youngest title-winner in NASCAR national series history) – JR Motorsports makes its first foray into the Camping World Truck Series, debuting at Martinsville Speedway with another teenage prodigy – Cole Custer (the youngest NASCAR national series race and pole winner). Continue reading