Imagine running a full racing schedule going for a championship. Not just any championship, but the American LeMans Series Championship. Now imagine yourself doing that, while also running some IndyCar races for Panther Racing including the double header in Toronto this weekend.
When the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series returns to action next weekend at Martinsville Speedway, there will be 36 drivers set on picking up a victory in the second race of the season. One of those will be Jeb Burton, who will be driving the No. 13 for ThorSport Racing.
The 2012 season marked the inaugural season of the OSCAAR Hanover Holiday Modifieds and Gary McLean went out and flat out dominated on his way to winning the championship. Last season, McLean once again went out with the same goal in mind and succeeded - scoring five wins and 11 top fives - for his second straight OSCAAR Championship.
Landon Cassill, driver of the No. 83 BK Racing Burger King/Dr. Pepper Toyota, is all about improvement having come off his best finish of the season last week in Charlotte. The team started 18th and finished 18th, starting and finishing inside the top-20 for the first time ever.
With 15 years under his belt of CASCAR and NASCAR Canadian Tire Series racing, Jeff Lapcevich is calling it a career and hanging up the helmet. The veteran made his final series start on Sunday in the Pinty’s presents the Clarington 200 at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park, finishing third.
Darrell Wallace Jr., behind the wheel of the No. 54 ToyotaCare Toyota Tundra for Kyle Busch Motorsports, is ready to make the difficult transition from one of the sport’s highest highs, a coveted Truck win at Eldora Speedway, to the trickiness of Pocono Raceway where he will race the Pocono Mountains 150 in NASCAR’s Camping World Truck Series.