Crafton Captures Pole for WinStar World Casino 350 at Texas

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Matt Crafton will start Friday night’s WinStar World Casino 350 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race from the pole after blistering the field in time trials at Texas Motor Speedway on Friday night.

Matt Crafton wins Keystone Pole Award for NCWTS: WinStar World Casino 350K

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Matt Crafton driver of the No.88 McGuire-Nichols/Menards Chevrolet, is the Pole Sitter for the NCWTS WinStar World Casino 350K at Texas Motor Speedway.

Heartbreak on the Highbanks for Jennifer Jo Cobb at Talladega

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Jennifer Jo Cobb was possibly on the verge of her career best finish at Talladega until the team pushed their luck.

MIGUEL PALUDO TO DRIVE FOR RED HORSE RACING FOR TWO REMAINING RACES IN 2010

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Red Horse Racing is pleased to announce the addition of Miguel Paludo to its stable of drivers in the 2010 Camping World Truck Series season.

Bodine and No. 30 Valvoline Tundra Ready for Texas Return

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Texas Motor Speedway is set to host its second NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race of the season, and Germain Racing is one Truck Series team that can’t wait to unload their hauler at the Fort Worth, TX, facility.

Timothy Peters Ready For Return To The Lone Star State

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Peters at Texas…The WinStar World Casino 350 will mark Timothy Peters’ sixth career start at Texas Motor Speedway.

Elliott Sadler Truck Series Advance: Texas Motor Speedway

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Elliott Sadler returns to the No. 2 this weekend for his Truck Series debut at Texas Motor Speedway.

TIMOTHY PETERS RALLIES TO A SEVENTH PLACE FINISH AFTER BEING CAUGHT A LAP DOWN...

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Peters never gave up and worked his way back to the lead lap and a top-10 finish; marking his 16th top-10 finish of the season.

Ken Schrader Breaks Top-10 Streak at Talladega in Final Race for KHI

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Ken Schrader broke his streak of six top-10 finishes in the No. 2 truck after fender damage received in "the big one" ended his chances of earning a Kevin Harvick Inc. (KHI) victory in 2010.

Aric Almirola: ‘I Got Robbed’

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In the closest finish ever in the history of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, just .002 of a second, Aric Almirola finished behind Kyle Busch yet again.