The first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series outside of the U.S.A. was one with a final lap battle on the road course in Bowmanville, Canada
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.
Austin Dillon and the RCR team unveils the race-winning truck in the Great Hall in Charlotte, N.C.
Final battles ready to commence for the top-tier of NASCAR.
"I think it's going to be really good for our sport to have a couple of really good young guys," said Blaney.
Buescher: 2012 king of the Truck Series at Homestead-Miami Speedway after a season long hard-fought battle.
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.
"I'm a racer so when Sharp-Gallaher Racing presented me with the opportunity to race I jumped at it,"
Richard Childress Racing press release
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.
Sidelined with illness, Brennan Newberry stepped away from his No. 24 Silverado, handing driving duties over to Chevrolet teammate Austin Dillon.
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.
Richard Childress Racing teammates finished fifth (Brendan Gaughan) and 31st (Ty Dillon).
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.