Articles in NASCAR – Camping World Trucks
By John Sturbin | Senior Writer
FORT WORTH, Texas – Separated by 11 points and approximately five-hundredths of a second, James Buescher and Austin Dillon will resume their bids for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series championship at Texas Motor Speedway Friday night.
Native Texan Buescher – who trails first-place Dillon by 11 points – made a […]
Denny Hamlin won his first ever Camping World Truck Series race when he topped the field at Martinsville Speedway on Saturday.
Hamlin, driving the No. 18 Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota, as making his 12th start in the series.
He has now won in all three of NASCAR’s top series.
“It’s a big deal for me,” Hamlin said of […]
Mike Wallace, with pushing help from fellow 53-year-old Ron Hornaday Jr., won the Coca-Cola 250 Camping World Truck Series race at Talladega Superspeedway on Saturday afternoon.
The two Kevin Harvick Inc. drivers hooked up early and stayed with each other in a superspeedway race which again was all about tandems.
Hornaday finished second.
James Buescher, who took a […]
TALLADEGA, Ala. – Championship contender James Buescher qualified on-pole Friday for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Coca-Cola 250 Powered by fred’s, the perfect spot to launch his “patiently aggressive” game plan.
Buescher turned in a fast lap of 177.676 mph around the 2.66-mile Talladega Superspeedway trioval, placing him directly in front of points-leader Austin Dillon, […]
Kevin Harvick Ind. driver Ron Hornaday Jr. held off Matt Crafton on Saturday and earned his second Camping World Truck Series victory in a row and the 51st of his career in the Smith’s 350 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Hornaday, 53, led 107 of the 146 laps and notched his first victory in 11 starts […]
Ron Hornaday Jr., the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series only four-time champion, posted his record-extending 50th victory in the Kentucky 225 at Kentucky Speedway on Saturday night.
Hornaday, from Palmdale, Calif., is the only active, full-time competitor whose career dates to the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series’ inaugural event at Phoenix International Raceway on Feb. 5, […]
In Racin’ News today:
Officials at Germain Racing, a long-time participant in the NASCAR Nationwide and Camping World Truck Series, said Thursday that they will be scaling back operations next season.
Part of the process will involved employee layoffs.
Germain said that the cause of the scale-back is over-expansion in 2011.
“We began this process two weeks ago, and […]
Kyle Busch easily won Saturday’s F.W. Webb 175 Camping World Truck Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Busch finished 3.816 seconds ahead of runner-up Austin Dillon to post his sixth win in 14 starts this season and the 30th victory of his career.
“We haven’t had the best of runs at the mile-and-a-half tracks and the […]
By Deb Williams | Senior Writer
RICHMOND, Va. – Kevin Harvick’s decision to no longer field teams in NASCAR’s Camping World Truck Series surprised some of his fellow drivers Friday while others said they were concerned about the signal it sends about the 17-year-old circuit.
“I think we’ve all seen it for the past few years that […]
RICHMOND, Va. – A decision by team owners Kevin and DeLana Harvick to shut down their championship Camping World Truck Series operation and put their 80,000-square-foot-race shop on the market was described Friday by the NASCAR driver as strictly business.
The NASCAR driver’s comments came two days after it was announced Richard Childress Racing and Kevin […]