Theriault Brings KSR Back to VL at Daytona, Third for Schrader, First for Crew Chief Richeson

Fan4Racing Radio guest Austin Theriault at 8:40 pm ET on Monday, February 20, 2017 Photo – ARS

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It’s been more than 20 years since Ken Schrader set foot in Daytona’s coveted Gatorade Victory Lane; but that all changed Saturday when his new wheelman Austin Theriault won the 54th running of the Lucas Oil Complete Engine Treatment 200 Driven by General Tire in the team’s iconic No. 52 car. Continue reading

#NASCAR XFINITY Series Ollie’s Bargain Outlet 200 at Dover Preview



NASCAR XFINITY Series teams are preparing for the third Dash 4 Cash race, Ollie’s Bargain Outlet 200 at Dover International Speedway on Saturday, May 14th, which includes two heat races at 40 laps each and the main event of 120 laps. FOX coverage begins at 2 pm ET with radio coverage on MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio, channel 90.

It’s Baaaaack: Dash 4 Cash Returns

Another $100,000 bonus is on the line this weekend at Dover International Speedway as the NASCAR XFINITY Series Dash 4 Cash will be in full swing for the third round of the popular 2016 program – Saturday’s Ollies Bargain Outlet 200.

The XFINITY Series Dash 4 Cash includes Two Heats and a Main at four tracks this season: Bristol Motor Speedway (April 16), Richmond International Raceway (April 23), Dover International Speedway (May 14) and Indianapolis Motor Speedway (July 23). Continue reading

Camping World Truck Series MudSummer Classic at Eldora Preview

EldoraGet The Dirt On Eldora

From asphalt to dirt, the Camping World Truck Series transitions to the high-banked clay oval of Eldora Speedway on July 23 for the second consecutive season. The only dirt track on the schedule, Eldora will challenge even the most seasoned of veterans as it remains unique to the truck series among national series schedules.

Eldora is the only race to award the winner a golden shovel that helps to carry on the “ceremonial digging” tradition instituted at the inaugural event, when the race winner scoops dirt from the track as a keepsake. FOX Sports 1 offers coverage of practice, qualifying and the qualifying races throughout the day, with the green flag start scheduled for 9 p.m. ET. Continue reading

Brandon Jones Wins ARCA Debut at Winchester

Photo - Turner Scott Motorsports on Twitter

Photo – Turner Scott Motorsports on Twitter

Rookie Brandon Jones made a last-lap pass on Mason Mitchell to win in his ARCA début at Winchester Speedway Sunday. The two drivers beat and bang until Jones came out on top with the checkered flag in sight.

Turner Scott Motorsports originally planned to put Jones in an ARCA car at Salem Speedway earlier this season, but a scheduling conflict postponed his début until Sunday. The 17-year-old driver competes full-time on the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East circuit and is still looking for his first win in that series.

Mitchell once again came up short in his quest for his first ARCA win. This is his fourth runner-up finish in the last six races.

59-year-old Ken Schrader started on the pole and led most of the first half of the race. A caution bunched up the field and Schrader allowing Mitchell to pass him on lap 186. Schrader will look to break his own record as the oldest ARCA winner sometime later this season.

There were a few incidents on the day, including a first-lap crash that took out Anderson Bowen and Kyle Weatherman. Josh Williams also found the same bad luck with a wreck around the half-way mark.

On the flip side, Justin Boston found some good luck and finished third, while Schrader and Grant Enfinger round out the top-five. 

All four Venturini Motorsports entries placed inside the top-eight, while the top-two finishers from last year’s race at Winchester, Frank Kimmel and Austin Wayne Self, finished ninth and tenth.

The battle for the points lead between Mitchell and Enfinger will shift to the 1.5 mile Chicagoland Speedway in two weeks.

Herr’s Chase the Taste 200 Top-Ten

#4 Brandon Jones
#98 Mason Mitchell
#25 Justin Boston
#52 Ken Schrader
#90 Grant Enfinger
#66 J.J. Haley
#55 Cody Coughlin
#15 John Wes Townley
#44 Frank Kimmel
#22 Austin Wayne Self

Grant Enfinger Picks up Fourth ARCA Win of Season

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Grant Enfinger ran a torrid pace early in the race at Elko Speedway.

And it didn’t stop there. Continue reading