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Braun On Trucks Pole
Friday, 30 Oct, 2009 – 19:43 | Comments Off
Braun On Trucks Pole

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Colin Braun continued Roush Fenway Racing’s recent qualifying domination at restrictor-plate tracks by capturing the pole position for Saturday’s running of the Mountain Dew 250 fueled by Fred’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Talladega Superspeedway.
Braun turned a fast lap of 179.608 mph during Friday’s qualifying session at Talladega, edging out Terry Cook, who [...]

Memphis Blues: Track Shuts Down
Friday, 30 Oct, 2009 – 12:19 | 3 Comments
Memphis Blues: Track Shuts Down

Larry Woody | Senior Writer
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Nashville – Dover Motorsports’ surprise announcement on Friday that it is closing Memphis Motorsports Park was bittersweet news for Cliff Hawks.
Hawks is VP/GM of Nashville Superspeedway  – another Dover facility – which will inherit the 2010 NASCAR truck race that had been scheduled at Memphis. While the Nashville track can use [...]

Peters Has Truck Load of Want-To
Wednesday, 28 Oct, 2009 – 16:09 | Comments Off
Peters Has Truck Load of Want-To

If anyone ever had reasons to quit racing, it would be Timothy Peters.
In 2001, his father, his primary backer, died, but Peters pushed ahead anyway. After finding success on the short tracks of Virginia and the Carolinas, he started getting the calls all aspiring racers dream about.
First it was Bobby Hamilton, offering a truck series [...]

Peters Wins Martinsville Truck Race
Saturday, 24 Oct, 2009 – 16:31 | Comments Off
Peters Wins Martinsville Truck Race

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Timothy Peters got his first career victory in the Camping World Truck Series when he won the Kroger 200 at Martinsville Speedway.
“Words can’t describe what I’m going through right now,” Peters said afterward. “These two guys up here, (Red Horse Racing team-owner) Tom DeLoach for believing in me and giving me a opportunity and (crew [...]

Harris: Testing Policy Should Receive Passing Grade
Friday, 25 Sep, 2009 – 8:31 | 2 Comments
Harris: Testing Policy Should Receive Passing Grade

By Mike Harris | Senior Writer
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The announcement  this week that NASCAR has modified its test policy for 2010 was good news for some of its teams.
While the bulk of the test ban continues, the modification allows teams from every NASCAR division to test whenever they so choose at 14 of the organization’s sanctioned regional tracks where Sprint [...]

Minter: Some Orders Are Tough To Swallow
Friday, 25 Sep, 2009 – 6:00 | 5 Comments
Minter: Some Orders Are Tough To Swallow

By Rick Minter | Senior Writer
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Team orders can be troubling for those who like their sporting contests to be as pure as possible.
The issue arose in the NHRA a couple of weeks back when John Force appeared to give his teammate Robert Hight a round win that allowed Hight to make the NHRA’s version of [...]

NASCAR Unveils Testing Policy for 2010
Wednesday, 23 Sep, 2009 – 10:45 | One Comment
NASCAR Unveils Testing Policy for 2010

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NASCAR announced today its 2010 testing policy for its three national and two regional touring series.
The policy will again prohibit testing at tracks which host NASCAR national series events, by teams in the following series: NASCAR Sprint Cup; NASCAR Nationwide; NASCAR Camping World Truck; NASCAR Camping World East; and NASCAR Camping World West.
In 2010, however, [...]

Busch Wins Truck Race; Hornaday Angers Boss
Saturday, 19 Sep, 2009 – 17:01 | Comments Off
Busch Wins Truck Race; Hornaday Angers Boss

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Kyle Busch held off Kevin Harvick Inc. teammates Ron Hornaday Jr. and Kevin Harvick to win Saturday’s Camping World Truck Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
The victory was the fifth of the season for Busch.
And he had to be laughing about what he saw in his rear-view mirror.
Behind him late in the race were [...]

Minter: For Roush, Cuts May Increase Team Numbers
Thursday, 17 Sep, 2009 – 16:10 | Comments Off
Minter: For Roush, Cuts May Increase Team Numbers

By Rick Minter | Senior Writer
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Some Thursday observations:
Like many other NASCAR rules that have been implemented over the years, the four-teams-per-car-owner limit isn’t as iron-clad as it seemed at the time. Rick Hendrick effectively expanded his four-car operation to six through a close alliance with Stewart-Haas Racing. The two companies run the same chassis and [...]

NASCAR Releases 2010 Schedules
Tuesday, 15 Sep, 2009 – 13:30 | Comments Off
NASCAR Releases 2010 Schedules

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NASCAR announced Tuesday the 2010 schedules for its three national series.
The Sprint Cup Series will again have a 36-race schedule starting with the Daytona 500 on Feb. 14, plus two “non-point” events – the Feb. 6 Budweiser Shootout at Daytona and the May 22 NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race at Lowe’s Motor Speedway.
The Nationwide Series will [...]