It took three attempts at a green-white-checkered-flag finish for John King to win his first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race in his eighth start in the series.
In his first Camping World Truck Series start since 2009, Mike Wallace won the Coca-Cola 250 at Talladega Superspeedway, as Kevin Harvick Inc. teammate Ron Hornaday Jr. pushed him across the finish line.
Kyle Busch won the Camping World Truck Series TheRaceDayRaffleSeries.com 175 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway by .280 seconds over James Buescher, who took issue with Busch’s tactics on Lap 174.
Phoenix Racing and James Buescher have reportedly parted ways effective immediately. Buescher will compete full time in the Camping World Truck Series driving the No. 31 for Turner Motorsports. Ryan Newman will take over driving duties of the No. 1 Nationwide Series car at Dover. No word on who will drive the car after that. […]
After barely making the field due to high carbon monoxide levels — the result of breathing in exhaust fumes after damaging crush panels in his Sprint Cup COT — Brad Beselowski used a push from Joey Logano to take the lead before the caution came out for a fiery wreck, ending the Aaron’s 312 at Talladega Superspeedway.
Nationwide Series driver Jason Leffler was put on probation for three races for his actions in last Saturday’s Nashville 300. Leffler spun early in the race after contact with James Buescher. Later, he wrecked Buescher in retaliation. He was parked for aggressive driving. Leffler received the same penalty as Carl Edwards for his retaliation on […]
Kevin Harvick gambled with a two-tire pit stop late in the Nashville 300 at Nashville Superspeedway. The gamble paid off as Harvick was able to hold off Reed Sorenson and others with four tires to capture the win.
Carl Edwards won the Dodge Dealers 250 from Gateway International Raceway for his second victory in the Nationwide Series.