Toyota Drivers Look To Extend Perfect Season In Friday Night’s Truck Series Race

Last September, the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series returned to Darlington Raceway for the first time since 2011. Ben Rhodes won last year’s event and—naturally enough, given the hiatus—revisits Darlington as the only former winner in the field this week. Rhodes also won the first two races of the 2021 season and will try to add a third victory in Friday night’s 200 (7:30 p.m. ET on FS1, MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio).

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series News & Notes – Darlington Raceway

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.

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series News & Notes – Kansas Speedway

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).

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series News & Notes – Off Weekend

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.

How New Englanders Did At Richmond Over the Weekend

In Sunday’s afternoon’s NASCAR Cup race at RIR Alex Bowman’s late race surge brought him into Victory Lane at Richmond International Raceway in VA.  Middletown, CT’s ended his day in third place after being in the hunt all day long.  Corey LaJoie finished his day in 21st and is the son of two-time Xfinity Champion Randy Lajoie a native of Norwalk, CT.  Berlin, CT’s Ryan Preece finished 29th while Anthony Alfredo of Ridgefield, CT wound up 31st.

John Hunter Nemechek Post Race Report: Charlotte

 ‌  ‌  ‌ Track: Charlotte Motor Speedway, 1.5 Mile Oval Race: 7 of 38 Event: Coca-Cola 600 (600 miles, 400 laps) John Hunter Nemechek No. 38 YANMAR Ford Mustang Started: 25th Finished: 17th Stage One: 24th Stage Two: 20th Stage Three: 17th Stage Four: 17th Driving in memory of Staff Sergeant Nicholas Carnes, John Hunter Nemechek started Sunday’s race at Charlotte Motor Speedway in the 25th position. Nemechek reported difficulty finding a comfortable balance in his No. 38 YANMAR Ford Mustang early on and the crew made a wedge adjustment and added some grille tape during…


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