Race winner Brad Keselowski, former champion Ron Hornaday Jr. and rising star Cole Custer fail height requirements.
A Team Penske affiliated driver drove a Ford to victory in each of the three national touring NASCAR series competing at Bristol.
Truck debut set for 18-year-old Calgary native at MoSport.
Rain delays truck race at Bristol.
Joe Gibbs Racing unveils its driver lineup for 2015.
Ryan Blaney is all smiles this weekend at Michigan International Speedway. And as he should be.
Wood Brothers announce Team Penske partnership which will include technical alliance and development driver Ryan Blaney.
Number 17 and number 6 trucks hit with penalties.
John Wes Townley is being forced to sit out the Truck race and Clint Bowyer has been selected to take his place.
Sources say Blaney will run a limited Sprint Cup schedule as part of a technical alliance between Team Penske and Wood Brothers Racing.
The 2014 class gathered Wednesday at the GoPro Motorplex.
The truck, which Erik Jones won with at Iowa, was deemed too low in post-race technical inspection.
Custer, 16, becomes youngest polesitter on NASCAR's top tours
K&N Pro Series standout Moffitt hopes previous success at Dover pays off this weekend
Camping World will be sticking around as the title sponsor of the Camping World Truck Series for at least another eight years.
No. 31, No. 54, and No. 98 – have been assessed a P3 level penalty for violating Section 20B-12.5 (D) (offset front hubs found in post-race inspection) of the 2014 NASCAR rule book.
NASCAR plans to run the truck race at approximately 5:30 p.m. Sunday, as soon as possible after the conclusion of the STP 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race.
Hornaday to Drive No. 30 Rheem Comfort Products Chevrolet Silverado at Daytona International Speedway.
Truex to Pilot No. 32 Bass Pro Shops Chevrolet Silverado in 2014 season opener.
Burton will race ThorSport's No. 13 Toyotas in two events a week apart during Speedweeks 2014, Feb. 13-23, at Daytona International Speedway.
The French driver will compete in the Truck series.
The primary sponsor of the No. 4 entry driven by Jeb Burton in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS), has defaulted on payment to the team.
Erik Jones will drive 12 races while Kyle Busch will be behind the wheel for 10 races.
The five legends, who account for 15 NASCAR championships, will also be joined on stage by five current stars, combining for 15 national series championships of their own.
David Wilson has been with TRD since 1989, and was acting president and general manager of the organization since last June.
Highlighted by NASCAR's 55th running of the Coca-Cola 600 on May 25, Charlotte Motor Speedway will host nearly 100 days of racing, car shows, concerts, light displays and more during a fun-filled 2014 schedule.