NASCAR Camping World Truck Series teams head next to Las Vegas Motor Speedway for its second Playoffs race of the Round of 8 – the Las Vegas 350 is on Saturday, September 30th at 8 pm ET. Coverage begins at 7:30 pm ET on FOX Sports 1 with radio coverage available on MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio. Continue reading
This is the last off-week for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series as they return to action next Friday, May 12th for the Toyota Tundra 250 at Kansas Speedway.
Below are some quick facts on the Camping World Truck Series at Kansas. Continue reading
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For the last 25 years, Bill McAnally Racing with NAPA Auto Parts have been a pillars within the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West and this past season is no exception, with his teams often contending for wins and ending their season with their sixth series championship with Chris Eggleston. Teammate Brandon McReynolds made series history as the first West driver to win both East-West combination events at Iowa Speedway this season.
Bill McAnally Racing has an impressive run with NAPA for the last 25 years with over 60 victories and now six K&N West championships. The McAnally organization has reached beyond the K&N Pro Series also holding titles locally in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series and Rookie of the Year honors with the Camping World Truck Series in 2002. McAnally and NAPA have also taken on title sponsorship in a myriad of K&N Pro Series West races and are now taking their efforts to the East series the last couple of years.
K&N East drivers, Nick Drake ran the full season finishing seventh in the series point standings. Among other drivers racing for Bill McAnally in the East are Cole Custer and his West driver, Brandon McReynolds. Continue reading
John Wes Townley collected his first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series victory at Las Vegas Motor Speedway Saturday night, saving just enough fuel during his last run to win the Rhino Linings 350.
Townley, who qualified his No. 05 Chevrolet second, battled among the top-five for much of the race taking the lead from two-time series champion Matt Crafton with five laps to go when Crafton had to pit road for a splash of fuel.
Townley’s victory came in the Georgia veteran’s 89th career start. He scored a previous-best finish of third at Texas Motor Speedway in June. His best performance at Las Vegas had been a seventh place.
Both Townley and crew chief Michael Shelton credited the team’s spotter, Terry Cook, for coaching Townley through the deciding laps. Continue reading
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series
Next Race: Rhino Linings 350
The Place: Las Vegas Motor Speedway
The Date: Saturday, Oct. 3
The Time: 10 p.m. (ET)
TV: FS1, 9:30 p.m. (ET)
Radio: MRN, SiriusXM Ch. 90
Distance: 219 miles (146 laps)
Standings Snapshot: Crafton Gains on Jones at New Hampshire
Matt Crafton finished runner-up in Saturday’s UNOH 175 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway to jump Tyler Reddick for the second spot in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series standings. Crafton trails standings leader Erik Jones, who finished seventh at New Hampshire, by a mere seven points. Reddick, now third, needs to erase a 19-point deficit to catch Jones in the last six races.
Jones heads to Las Vegas as the defending race winner. He enters the race riding a streak of nine consecutive top-ten finishes. Continue reading