37 Kind Days 250 Tag

By Reid Spencer, NASCAR Wire Service KANSAS CITY, Kan. – There are times when redemption is swift and merciful. A week after throwing away a chance to win at Dover with a wreck of his own making, Noah Gragson scored his first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series victory of the season, beating his car owner, Kyle Busch, to the finish line in the 37 Kind Days 250 at Kansas Speedway. Starting from the pole for the second straight race, Gragson led 128 of 167 laps in his No. 18 Toyota, sweptRead More
By Luis Torres, Staff Writer Using techniques from fellow Chip Ganassi Racing driver Kyle Larson, John Hunter Nemechek made his return in the Camping World Series and didn’t disappoint. Through adversity and taking advantage of other’s shortcomings on fuel, Nemechek came home in fourth during Friday’s 37 Kind Days 250 at Kansas Speedway. Nemechek said he fought a tight truck all night and came up short of scoring a win at the venue his father Joe’s last Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series victory in 2004. Despite this, he gave propsRead More
By Luis Torres, Staff Writer Lady luck reared its ugly head once again for Ben Rhodes at Kansas Speedway as for the second straight year, his bid for victory backfired as another mechanical woe knocked him out of contention during Friday’s 37 Kind Days 250. Unlike his heartbreaking engine failure while leading with eight laps to go last year, Rhodes finished the race, but was only credited with an 18th place finish, his worst of the season. The seventh place starter was gradually moving up the leader board and afterRead More
By Seth Eggert, Staff Writer  If it wasn’t for bad luck, Stewart Friesen would likely have no luck at all. The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver seemed poised to score his first victory in the 37 Kind Days 250 at Kansas Speedway. However, the pieces did not fall into place for Friesen, who ended up settling for a third-place finish. On the final restart, Friesen jumped to the inside in his No. 52 Halmar International “We Build America” Chevrolet Silverado. He made quick work of Kyle Busch, John HunterRead More
By Seth Eggert, Staff Writer Despite a relative lack of experience in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, Brett Moffitt has become an early favorite for the Championship. Moffitt enters Kansas Speedway with a new sponsor on his No. 16 Hattori Racing Enterprises Toyota Tundra, Concrete Supply / Central Plains Cement Company. Friday night’s 37 Kind Days 250 will mark his second trip to the Kansas City, Kansas track in the Truck Series. In Moffitt’s only other trip in the Truck Series to Kansas, he started and finished seventh. OnRead More