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Kentucky Flashback Week begins with a look back at the events held in 1998

NASCAR’S New Hampshire And Kentucky Flashback Week begins with a look back at the events held in 1998: In The Camping World Truck Series UNOH 175, Andy Houston emerged victorious as the driver of The #60 Addington Racing Chevrolet Silverado

NASCAR Tracks reduce seating in grandstands

NASCAR has described their reduction of seats in grandstands as right sizing, but many are questioning why they are reducing the amount of seats there. In fact thousands are being removed across the United States. For example the Charlotte Motor

Nationwide and Camping World Truck Series Roundup

It may feel like all of the excitement is focussing around Sprint Cup in the NASCAR world at the moment with the Chase taking place and so much excitement around the races with drivers under a lot of pressure. However,

First Trucks Series Win for Keselowski in Bristol

Brad Keselowski is a NASCAR Sprint Cup and Nationwide champion but he has never won a truck series race; until now that is. He won the race this weekend at Bristol after 62 starts in the series. He is now

Austin Dillon Wins NASCAR Truck Series

Austin Dillon is not often seen in the Camping World Truck Series as normally he is racing in the Sprint Cup. However, he was fighting against Sprint Cup rookies Kyle Larson this week to find out who would be the

Cheering at the Next NASCAR Truck Series Race

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series offers fans a competitive and fun filled day as compared to the larger more popular series, Nationwide and Sprint Cup. When the NASCAR Truck Series is sponsored Camping world, you have the option of bringing

Butler 23rd at “Tricky Triangle”

Brett Butler entered the Pocono Mountains 125 with a little spring in his step and walked out just the same.  The Georgia native had been steadily inching closer to the Top 15 in Championship points and felt his chances of gaining

Nestlé Purina and Kroger Join Four-Time Truck Series Champion Ron Hornaday and Kevin Harvick Inc. at Nashville Superspeedway

KERNERSVILLE, N.C. (August 3, 2010) – Kevin Harvick Inc. (KHI) announced today Nestlé Purina PetCare, along with retail partner Kroger Food Stores, will feature several Purina brands on the No. 33 Chevrolet of four-time Truck Series champion Ron Hornaday at

Ron Hornaday Advance: Darlington Raceway

Ron Hornaday Advance: Darlington Raceway

No. 33 E-Z-GO Chevrolet Silverado NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Race 15 of 25 Too Tough To Tame 200   DANCING WITH THE LADY IN BLACK:  Ron Hornaday has met “The Lady in Black” known as Darlington (S.C.) Raceway as he has competed

Butler’s seal leak renders a 25th

Brett Butler looked for redemption and found out that the Music City does not have a memory.  Butler, driving the #47 Fuel Doctor USA Chevy, was excited about returning to the Nashville Superspeedway. “When we were here in the spring, we

Darlington is a Driver’s Track, and Bodine Has Proven He’s a Darlington Driver

Press Release:   Bodine Leads Truck Series Championship Battle by 174-point margin Has Earned More Top-10 Finishes at Darlington than Any Other NASCAR Track Collected Germain Racing’s First NNS Top-Five Finish at Darlington (2008)August 11, 2010 (Mooresville, N.C.) – The

Bodine Wins Guitar, Moves Germain Into Tie in Record Books

Press Release Mooresville, N.C. (08-08-2010) – After starting from the pole position at Nashville Superspeedway for the second time in his NASCAR Camping World Truck Series career, Todd Bodine moved promptly backward through the 36-truck field. From the drop of