James Buescher's best finish at the BMS came in the Truck series in 2011 when he finished fourth.
James Buescher and the RAB Racing No. 99 Rheem team battled a loose-handling race car.
Brad Keselowski: “I told somebody it felt like a game of Tetris..."
Bayne spent most of the later laps hovering close to a top-five finish until rain forced NASCAR to wave the red flag on lap 168.
Elliott Sadler finished the day in the sixth position, and moved within six points of the lead for the Nationwide Series driver championship points.
NNS Rookie of the Year Candidate takes helm of historic No. 60.
This week’s debut webisode features RFR team owner Jack Roush challenging his drivers to determine who wins the honors of being the first to test drive the car...
NASCAR K&N Pro Series East driver to make Nationwide Series debut in No. 33 Chevrolet Camaro.
Brendan Gaughan and RCR head to PHX.
Preview for the Blue Jeans Go Green 200 at Phoenix International Raceway.
Blue Jeans Go Green 200 presented by Cotton, the Fabric of Our Lives, at Phoenix International Raceway.
Trevor Bayne pushed eventual-race winner Regan Smith to the front, before making one last three-wide move for the victory.
The right rear damage received on pit road slowed Lagasse Jr.'s throughout the day, but managed to run inside the top-20, slipping to 26th late in the race.
“This was the best car I have ever driven at a superspeedway”, said Jamie Dick.
The NASCAR Nationwide Series resumes action Saturday, March 1st when they travel out west their first of two visits at the Phoenix International Raceway.
The finish was RFR’s best in the February Daytona NNS race since Carl Edwards finished runner-up in 2010.
Brad Keselowski: “I think it is safe to say race car drivers push the limits of every rule.
Kyle Busch (fourth) and Elliott Sadler (fifth) crossed the finish line behind race-winner Regan Smith, Brad Keselowski (second) and Trevor Bayne (third).
The finish was the seventh closest in NASCAR Nationwide Series history and second closest at Daytona.
Mixed reactions to the new qualifying format.
"It’s pretty surreal, actually, to be sitting up here talking to you guys," said Kwasniewski.