Grant Enfinger won the Camping World Track race at IRP on Friday night while Boston’s Kaz Grala finished up his effort in 20th position.
Brett Moffitt certainly has talent as the 2018 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion, but he doesn’t have the dollars. Following Saturday’s NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Catchfence‘s Lee Spencer reported Moffitt will not return to the #02 Chevrolet of Our Motorsports effective immediately as a lack of sponsorship proved too much to sustain a full season.
The Triple Truck Challenge was introduced in 2019, as a three-race program that provides drivers in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series an opportunity to win up to $500,000 in bonus money.
Time was of the essence on Saturday as a thunderstorm was barreling toward Talladega Superspeedway in the middle of the NASCAR Xfinity Series race. The competition was fierce but as the skies opened up, it was Kaulig Racing’s Jeb Burton that was able to hold onto the lead just before the final caution came out before the race was red-flagged and ultimately called because of weather securing his first career NASCAR Xfinity Series win.
After the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series took last weekend off, the series jumps back into action this week at Kansas Speedway for the Wise Power 200 (Saturday, May 1, at 7:30 p.m. ET on FS1, MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio).
Add another driver to the NASCAR Xfinity Series playoff conversation. Brett Moffitt switched his points eligibility from the Truck Series to the Xfinity Series. At the time of the switch, Moffitt sat in 15th place in the Truck Series point standings, 37 points below the playoff cut line. Now, he enters Saturday’s Ag-Pro 300 at Talladega Superspeedway with zero points in the Xfinity Series.
According to Bob Pockrass of Fox Sports, Brett Moffitt has changed the series he will be competing for points in, now running for the 2021 Xfinity Series championship.
While much of the focus in Victory Lane in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series this season has been on Kyle Busch Motorsports with their four consecutive wins in the most recent four races, what may be overlooked is that Toyota has actually started the season with six straight wins.
For the second week in a row, the No. 51 Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota visited Victory Lane, and the win marked the 51st for the truck number. And the victory came in unusual fashion – without the team’s namesake behind the wheel.
Brett Moffitt’s No. 45 CircleBDiecast.com Chevrolet will pay homage to dirt-racing legend ‘Barefoot’ Bob McCreadie.