Join host Sharon Burton and co-host Jay Husmann for the Fan4Racing NASCAR Off-Season Update with Hot Topics Sound Off and the Fan4Racing crew.
We’ll update any current NASCAR Cup, Xfinity, and Truck Series news and include the ARCA Menards, East, and West Series. We’ll also discuss Hot Topics in this episode along with some off-season updates from the Snowball Derby at Five Flags Speedway and other racing series.
BJ McLeod, Travis Braden form new short-track development program.
MOORESVILLE, N.C. (Jan 19, 2021) — BJ McLeod and Travis Braden join forces to develop a distinctive short track racing program, BJ McLeod Motorsports with Travis Braden. The program plans to provide a professional and turnkey, top-performing environment for developing drivers’ skills as they progress their careers. McLeod and Braden’s decades of experience in asphalt oval track racing complement their mutual goal to assist drivers in reaching their full potential both on and off the track. The broader scope of what their program has to offer is a direct career path to NASCAR which separates the team from many other programs.
Last year, Sheldon Creed won the ARCA Menards Series championship in his first year driving full-time in the series but wasn’t eligible as a rookie due to his previous number of starts. In 2019, Venturini Motorsports is looking to make a Rookie of the Year contender the series champion as well, having tabbed young 18-year old Christian Eckes to drive their No. 15 JBL Audio Toyota full-time.
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 →
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series teams are gearing up for the M&M’s 200 presented by Casey’s General Store at Iowa Speedway on Saturday, June 16th at 5 pm ET with coverage available on FOX Sports 1, MRN, and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.
The 200 lap race has three stages with Stage 1 ending on lap 60, Stage 2 on lap 120 and the last stage ending on the last lap 200. Continue reading →