Turner Scott Motorsports’ James Buescher grabbed his first win of 2013 in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Kyle Busch remains winless at Michigan as he ended second.
Austin Dillon and the RCR team unveils the race-winning truck in the Great Hall in Charlotte, N.C.
Turner Scott Motorsports teammates Jeb Burton, James Buescher and Miguel Paludo are ready for the challenge at MIS.
Two-time NASCAR Truck series champion Bodine returns to famed No. 30 truck in TSM debut
The last time NASCAR held a race on a dirt track was in 1970. Tonight in Ohio, the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series ran on the Eldora Speedway in the Mudsummer Classic.
Yesterday in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series practice, Montoya hit the wall in Turn 3 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and this morning during practice, his Earnhardt Ganassi Racing teammate McMurray hit the same wall!
The TSM-229 chassis brought Burton his first career pole award along with two top-10 finishes at Martinsville Speedway and Dover International Speedway earlier this year.
Earning points per race is a good thing but for many drivers and teams, like Bowyer and his crew chief Brian Pattie, would prefer to have some trips to Victory Lane.
Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet driver in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series raced hard to take the victory tonight on the Kentucky Speedway ahead of two NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers: Brad Keselowski and Kyle Busch.
Riggs overcame a bruised and battered Chevrolet for an 11th place finish in the North Carolina Education Lottery 200.
Ty Dillon is third in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver championship point standings, 27 markers behind the leader; while Brendan Gaughan ranks fourth in the standings, 31 points out of the top spot.
Dillon is fifth in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver championship point standings, trailing leader Johnny Sauter by 39 markers, while Gaughan ranks seventh, 46 points back.