NASCAR Camping World

By David Morgan, NASCAR Editor Thursday’s news that Brad Keselowski’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series team, Brad Keselowski Racing, would be closing their doors at the end of the 2017 season sent shockwaves through the sport, but on Friday at Bristol Motor Speedway, the 2012 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion noted that he is looking toward the future with the closure of his team. Keselowski had mentioned in the past that he has lost upwards of $1 million a year running the team, but was quick to point outRead More
By Seth Eggert, NASCAR Writer The 2017 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway will mark the last race in the history of Brad Keselowski Racing (BKR). The team, which fields Austin Cindric and Chase Briscoe will close its’ doors at seasons’ end team owner Brad Keselowski announced today. BKR which Keselowski first started in 2007 in the ARCA Racing Series to give fellow drivers a chance has amassed nine victories in past decade. The team helped launch the career of Ryan Blaney, who earned their firstRead More
By Chris Knight, NASCAR Wire Service BRISTOL, Tenn. – Not even a NASCAR overtime could stop Kyle Busch from rallying back from a speeding penalty at the end of Stage 2 to win Wednesday night’s UNOH 200 at Bristol Motor Speedway. Busch, forced to the back of the field under penalty to start the final stage, put on a clinic on a Lap 119 restart and utilized the high line to roar through the field and find himself back in the top-10 by Lap 136. Nearly 30 laps later, Busch foundRead More
By Seth Eggert, NASCAR Writer One week after completing just four laps, John Hunter Nemechek rebounds to finish third at Bristol Motor Speedway. Nemechek’s No. 8 Plan B Sales Inc. Chevrolet Silverado was a top-10 truck for much of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series UNOH 200. In the final stages of the race, Nemechek surged forward, climbing though the field. A lengthy, heated battle with Justin Haley saw beating and banging before Nemechek moved forward. On the final restart, he jumped inside the top-five and crossed the finish-line inRead More
By David Morgan, NASCAR Editor Leaving last Saturday’s LTi Printing 200 at Michigan International Speedway, Darrell Wallace, Jr’s win in his return to the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series made headlines throughout NASCAR nation. However, the win is making headlines for a different reason after NASCAR announced the penalties from the weekend. The No. 99 MDM Motorsports team failed post-race inspection and was given a Level 1 penalty due to issues with the bed cover on their Chevrolet. Per NASCAR, “Vent holes at the bed top must be configured forRead More
By Seth Eggert, NASCAR Writer For Ben Rhodes, the UNOH 200 at Bristol Motor Speedway presents an opportunity to ensure a Playoff berth. Currently, Rhodes sits sixth in the points standings, but his No. 27 Safelite AutoGlass Toyota Tundra is eighth after Playoff seeding. In the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, Rhodes has two starts at the high-banked, 0.533-mile oval. In those two starts, he has one top-10 finish, a ninth-place in 2014. He looked as if he would improve that finish last year, running second until an engine failureRead More
By Seth Eggert, NASCAR Writer 13 races into the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season five series regulars have scored a victory (Christopher Bell four times, John Hunter Nemechek twice, Johnny Sauter, Matt Crafton, and Kaz Grala once). Bell has an 37-point lead over Sauter heading into the 14th race of the season. The Truck Series regulars will have their hands full once again in Saturday’s race as Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series regular Kyle Busch will be in the field. The last time the Truck Series visited Bristol MotorRead More
By David Morgan, NASCAR Editor For Darrell Wallace, Jr., the 2017 season has been a rollercoaster of a ride and on Saturday at Michigan International Speedway, Wallace capitalized on his first race back in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series since 2014. Since winning five races in the Truck Series in 2013 and 2014, Wallace had moved onto the NASCAR Xfinity Series with Roush-Fenway Racing starting in 2015, but earlier this season, sponsorship woes forced the team, which had shown success early on, to have to suspend operations after 12Read More
By Seth Eggert, NASCAR Writer After an exciting battle for the lead, Austin Cindric earned his fifth-straight top-10 finish in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Cindric finished fifth in the No. 19 Draw-Tite / Reese Brands Ford F-150 at Michigan International Speedway. Cindric ran up front all race long, leading a career-high 24 laps in the final stage of the LTi Printing 200. After losing the lead to eventual race winner Darrell ‘Bubba’ Wallace, Jr., he made a daring attempt to retake the lead in turns one and two.Read More