Articles in NASCAR – Camping World Trucks
By John Sturbin | Senior Writer
Fort Worth, Texas – The Americanization of Nelson Piquet Jr. continues in a stock car this weekend at Texas Motor Speedway, where the Brazilian with the famous surname is attempting to distance himself from an international scandal.
Piquet Jr., son of three-time Formula One World Driving Champion Nelson Piquet, is scheduled […]
By Larry Woody | Senior Writer
Brian Rose is back in racing after being suspended from NASCAR seven years ago for substance abuse.
More importantly than regaining his racing career, the young Bowling Green, Ky., driver has his life back.
Rose was scheduled to make his racing return last Friday at Nashville Superspeedway but failed to make the […]
Larry Woody | Senior Writer
Gladeville, Tenn. – Kyle Busch climbed from his truck, grabbed the trademark trophy Gipson guitar, and held it aloft.
The crowd held its breath.
And nothing happened.
After a Nationwide Series victory at Nashville Superspeedway last year Busch smashed the guitar to bits in a “rock-star-style” celebration that caused a ruckus and riled NASCAR […]
Kevin Harvick won Saturday’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Martinsville Speedway.
It was Harvick’s second straight victory as he won at Atlanta Motor Speedway last time out. It was his second victory at Martinsville. He has now won six of the last 10 truck series events.
Harvick led 187 laps.
“Obviously the guys have done a […]
By Rick Minter | Senior Writer
Hampton, Ga. – For some time now, there’s been debate about whether the burgeoning business side of NASCAR negatively impacts the sporting side.
Saturday’s E-Z-GO 200 Camping World Truck Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway showed that the business side can actually make for a better show on the race track.
Kevin Harvick […]
Hampton, Ga. – There are always a few images that stick with you after a weekend at the races.
One that is enduring from Friday at Atlanta Motor Speedway is of Modified driver Tim Brown walking back and forth from the makeshift Modified pits behind Turn One to the Sprint Cup garage on the Turn Four […]
Kevin Harvick led the leaders into the pits for the final pit stop with 17 laps to go in Saturday’s E-Z-Go 200 Camping World Trucks Series race, led them out of the pits and then led them to the checkered flag.
Though Harvick appeared to have the fastest truck most of the day – he led […]
Ron Hornaday Jr. won the Keystone Light Pole Award for the E-Z-GO 200 with a lap of 31.195 seconds, 177.721 mph on Saturday morning at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
It was his 24th pole in 252 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races. He ranks third on the all-time series poles list.
It was his first pole and second […]
By Jonathan Ingram | Senior Writer
Hampton, Ga. – There’s a lot of speculation about how the return of a blade spoiler in place of a rear wing will affect racing in the Sprint Cup. Ryan Newman believes the result will be more side-by-side racing and more passing due to side drafting.
Fans may get a preview […]
By Rick Minter | Senior Writer
Hampton, Ga. – Of all the stories in the NASCAR garage, Timothy Peters’ is as good as they come.
His is a story of taking risks, and overcoming odds and pressing ahead in the face of uncertainty with a smile on his face when a more realistic person would be in […]