Todd Bodine experienced the rare “spin and win” Friday evening during the “Built Ford Tough 225” at the Kentucky Speedway.
The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will again be given a well deserved opportunity to take center stage during a stand alone event at the beautiful but challenging Kentucky Speedway.
Kyle Busch held off two late challenges for the lead from Todd Bodine and won Friday night’s Camping World Truck Series race at Chicagoland Speedway.
Like the Sprint Cup Series and Nationwide Series schedules, the Camping World Truck Series schedule is getting flipped around.
In one of the most famous quotes from Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, the doomed heroine asks the famous question, “What’s in a name?”
Last week Kyle Busch ran three races at the Bristol Motor Speedway and made NASCAR history by winning all three of them.
Today, Randy LaJoie was reinstated into the sport of NASCAR, after being “suspended indefinitely” by the sanctioning body after a failed drug test during a party Memorial Day Weekend.
The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will be bringing their high energy tailgate party to Joliet-Illinois, the home of the Chicagoland Speedway.
During the Bristol Motor Speedway's Festival of Speed we witnessed a young driver create NASCAR history that had him literally sweeping victory lane.
So, what did we learn at Bristol? Well, we learned that sometimes it is a place where, using the term coined by Brad Keselowski, a-holes always win.