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Dillon dominates at Iowa

Dillon held off Johnny Sauter in a green-white-checkered finish to become the second-youngest driver to win a Truck Series race behind Kyle Busch.

Sauter survives rain, hail and spin at Kansas

Johnny Sauter held off Ron Hornaday on Sunday at Kansas Speedway to win a wild race after hard rain along with hail stopped the race and both drivers make miraculous saves to finish 1-2.

Harvick awarded two poles due to rain

Qualifying for the Kroger 250 Truck Series race and the Cup Series Goody's Fast Pain Relief 500 were both cancelled due to rain. This is the third year in the row that the field will be set by the point standings.

Q & A with Atlanta Motor Speedway (Race 4 & 25)

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Busch wins NCWTS race at Talladega

Kyle Busch won Saturday's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) Mountain Dew 250 race at Talladega Superspeedway with help from his Billy Ballew Racing teammate Aric Almirola.

Skinner wins at Gateway

Mike Skinner started ninth and led the final six (of 162) laps en route to his victory in Saturday’s Copart 200 Camping World Trucks Series race at Gateway Int’l Raceway.

Busch wins at NHIS

Kyle Busch led four times for 75 of 200 laps en route to his NASCAR Camping World Truck Series victory on Saturday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

Kyle Busch snaps Ron Hornaday’s winning streak with come-from-behind effort at Bristol

As evidenced by a wide smile and upbeat attitude in the Bristol Motor Speedway's Victory Lane, his swagger was back, his style no longer cramped.

SGR Race Advance: Bristol and Madison

Sharp-Gallaher Racing at Bristol Motor Speedway... In three NASCAR Camping World Truck Series starts in Thunder Valley, Sharp-Gallaher Racing boasts two top-10 finishes. Last year Cale Gale turned the fastest qualifying lap in the No. 33 SGR Chevrolet Silverado, claiming the Keystone Light pole award for the 2012 UNOH 200. The Denver, N.C.-based organization holds an average starting position of 20.7 and a 15th-place average finishing position, completing 597 of 608 (98.2 percent) laps of competition.

RCR Event Preview – Chicagoland Speedway

Richard Childress is tied for second place for number of car owner victories at Chicagoland Speedway with Kevin Harvick's back-to-back wins in 2001 and 2002. In 38 starts at the 1.5-mile suburban Chicago tri-oval, Richard Childress Racing teams have a combined eight top-fives and 17 top-10 finishes; along with one pole award with Jeff Burton in 2006.