John Hunter Nemechek gave it all he could muster, but even a green-white-checkered restart from the front row wasn’t quite enough to propel him to the victory he needed to advance to the Championship 4.
Though Noah Gragson appeared to be on his way to playing spoiler for the second time in the last three NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races, it all unraveled in the final laps Friday night at Phoenix Raceway.
Though Kyle Busch Motorsports dominated the proceedings Friday night at Phoenix Raceway, it was defending NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion Johnny Sauter who survived the chaos and made a statement.
In one instant, Friday night’s Lucas Oil 150 at Phoenix Raceway saw one driver rejoicing and left another one brokenhearted, after contact between Austin Cindric and Ben Rhodes decided the outcome of the final berth in the Championship 4.
Christopher Bell completed a clean sweep of NASCAR Camping World Truck Series qualifying Friday afternoon at Phoenix Raceway to score the pole for the penultimate race of the season.
In the most intense NASCAR Camping World Truck Series points battle in recent memory, Matt Crafton, Timothy Peters and Christopher Bell raced their way into the final three Championship 4 berths during Friday’s Lucas Oil 150 at Phoenix International Raceway.
In an instant, Friday’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Phoenix Int’l Raceway flipped from being a surefire win for William Byron to a stunning upset by his Kyle Busch Motorsports teammate Daniel Suarez.
In the span of one lap around Phoenix Int’l Raceway on Friday night, William Byron watched his rookie season in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series – one that produced a record six wins in his first year – go up in smoke.
William Byron’s second-career NASCAR Camping World Truck Series pole also shattered the Phoenix Int’l Raceway track record on Friday night.
AVONDALE, Ariz. — Story by Race Chaser Online West Coast Correspondent Ryan O’Hara — Sean Gardner/Getty Images for NASCAR photo — Just as is the case every time he goes open wheel racing at a dirt track, or when he went NASCAR K&N Pro Series East racing earlier this season for HScott Motorsports with Justin Marks — for Rico Abreu, it’s …
AVONDALE, Ariz. — Report by Race Chaser Online West Coast Correspondent Ryan O’Hara — Chris Trotman/Getty Images for NASCAR photo — How do you win a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series championship? Be faster than everyone that’s chasing you. 19-year-old Erik Jones did just that on Friday afternoon at Phoenix International Raceway. Showcasing the speed that has won him both of …
AVONDALE, Ariz. — Audio and story by Race Chaser Online Managing Editor Jacob Seelman — Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images North America photo — The meteoric rise continues for Charlotte, N.C. teenager William Byron. After parlaying a season that included four wins, five top fives, 11 top 10s and three poles across 14 starts into the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East championship, the …
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