Kyle Busch Motorsports announced that Tayler Malsam, the driver of its No. 56 Camping World Truck Series Toyota will leave the team to drive the No. 10 Nationwide Series Toyota for Braun Racing. As a result, the No. 56 will not participate in the remaining truck series races.
Kyle Busch announced that he has purchased the assets of Xpress Motorsports, and is starting his own Camping World Truck Series team, Kyle Busch Motorsports. Busch will drive for his own team, as will Brian Ickler and Tayler Malsam. Johnny Benson may also drive for KBM, pending sponsorship.
A bit of good news, Johnny Benson has been released from the hospital and is recovering from his injuries at home. We wish him a speedy, smooth recovery.
Red Horse Racing has decided to cease operations of its No. 1 truck driven by current defending Camping World Truck Series driver Johnny Benson. The truck ran sponsorless in all but one race this season. The team will continue to field Toyotas for TJ Bell, as their No. 11 truck does have sponsorship.
Kyle Busch lost second and third gear in his Billy Ballew Motorsports No. 51 Toyota, but he still managed to win his second Camping World Truck Series race in a row, the American Commercial Lines 200 from Atlanta Motor Speedway. Busch dropped back on the final restart, but once his truck got going, he passed leader […]
Kyle Busch led 95 of 100 laps to win the Camping World Truck Series’ San Bernardino Co. 200 at Auto Club Speedway. Busch finished more than nine seconds ahead of second-place finisher, Todd Bodine. Chad McCumbee, David Starr, and TJ Bell finished third through fifth, respectively. Ron Hornaday, Matt Crafton, Ricky Carmichael, Timothy Peters, and […]
Todd Bodine won the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series’ inaugural race, the NextEra Energy 250. Kyle Busch gave Bodine a bump in hopes of moving him out of the way, but the move propelled Bodine to victory. The win was said to be an emotional one for Bodine, who recently lost his sponsor. Winning the […]
Johnny Benson finished seventh in the Ford 200 at Homestead-Miami Speedway, one spot ahead of Ron Hornaday to win his first Craftsman Truck Series championship.
After a week in which Ron Hornaday admitted to using testosterone, he turned his focus to the track and dominated the Craftsman Truck Series Camping World RV Rental 200 Driven by Winnebago Industries from New Hampshire Motor Speedway, earning his fifth win of the season.
Jimmie Johnson made his Craftsman Truck Series debut driving the No. 81 Randy Moss Motorsports entry in the O’Reilly 200 from Bristol Motor Speedway. On lap 102, Johnson spun and made contact with Jeff Green. Johnson ended up 34th. Kyle Busch won the race.