One driver who is ready to put on the glass slipper in Victory Lane is David Ragan, driver of the No. 6 UPS Ford for Roush Fenway Racing. In fact, Ragan is indeed planning to be that next big underdog winner.
Earlier this week, Steve Arpin made the announcement that he would be joining Turner Motorsports to drive the No. 32 Mike's Hard Lemonade Truck for five races.
Prior to the Showtime Southern 500, the time-honored tradition of giving the command to start engines will once again be afforded to the NASCAR moms in honor of Mother’s Day.
While Sam Hornish Jr. has taken a bit of a step backwards, from racing in the Cup Series last year to now competing in select Nationwide races, he firmly believes that this step back will most surely lead soon to big steps forward.
After Martinsville, Austin Dillon sits seventh in points, 20 points out of the lead with one top five and two top 10s.
To say that the beginning of the year has been good for Johnny Sauter would be understatement as currently the driver of the No. 13 for ThorSport Racing sits first in points with his teammate Matt Crafton second with a win from Martinsville under his belt.
Racing is sometimes a mix of highs and lows and this season so far for James Buescher has been full of both ends of the spectrum.
NASCAR Camping World Truck teammates Matt Crafton and Johnny Sauter are hoping to put their own brand of 'Thor' in their team, ThorSportRacing.