Kyle Busch has won six of the eight CWTS races he's entered in this year.
Four-time champ returns to action at Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Unclear whether driver Ron Hornaday can continue.
The 64 lap race was decided by the matter of a few feet.
28-truck field read for road course action.
Co-owner Harry Scott vows to try to keep teams on the track.
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.
Bob and Brad Keselowski, became the first father and son duo to win NCWTS races.
Brad Keselowski wins the rain-delayed truck race at Bristol to become the 25th racer to earn victories in NASCAR's top three series.
Rain delays truck race at Bristol.
Joe Gibbs Racing unveils its driver lineup for 2015.
The veteran driver claimed his first Truck Series victory of the season.
Sauter emerged victorious in a race that came down to the wire earlier today.
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.
Johnny Sauter has nine CWTS victories, has been the championship runner-up twice, but the crown still eludes him.
A detailed conversation with John Wes Townley as he discusses his past, the present, and what the future may hold.
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 Truck race at Eldora was more than just a mid-summer spectacle for fans to enjoy, it was a glimpse into what NASCAR was and what they still could be.
It's time to sound off on five hot topics I think need to be addressed following the highly anticipated MudSummer Classic at Eldora Speedway.
For last year's NASCAR truck race, the surface was one-groove, making passing tough. This year, trucks were four wide. Here's why.