DENVER, N.C. – Officials from On Point Motorsports announced today the formation of a new motorsports organization that will begin with competition in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Led by NASCAR veteran crew chief Steven “Bones” Lane, and a group of investors, the organization will be housed out of a multi-building facility in Denver, North Carolina. On Point Motorsports will field the …
Ricky Benton Racing has announced that NASCAR Camping World Truck Series veteran Timothy Peters will pilot the No. 92 BTS Tire and Wheel Distributors/Carquest Auto Parts/Valvoline Ford F-150 at Martinsville Speedway for the Alpha Energy Solutions 250 on March 24.
Brett Moffitt had every reason to be frustrated following the end of Friday night’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, and he was, to an extent.
Entering Friday night’s Stratosphere 200 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Kyle Busch had won a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at every facility he’d raced on in the division, except his home race track.
Kyle Busch got his hometown weekend, and his attempt at a third-career tripleheader weekend sweep, off to a flying start on Friday evening by capturing the pole for the Stratosphere 200 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
One of the heavy-hitting teams in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will be without three key crew members for several races as a result of an unsecured wheel last weekend at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
DGR-CROSLEY announced Tuesday that Justin Marks will drive for the team in Friday’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series event at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
For the second year in a row at Atlanta Motor Speedway, late-race circumstances took Kyle Busch out of contention for a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series win and opened the door for a thrilling finish.
Kyle Busch pushed his record to two-for-two in qualifying at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Saturday morning, capturing the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series pole ahead of the Active Pest Control 200.
Finishing second behind GMS Racing teammate Johnny Sauter certainly wasn’t what Justin Haley came to Daytona Int’l Speedway to do, but after a chaotic NextEra Energy Resources 250, it was a well-received strong run to open his season.
Johnny Sauter used veteran poise to make a late charge in Friday night’s NextEra Energy Resources 250, ultimately scoring his third NASCAR Camping World Truck Series win at Daytona Int’l Speedway.
It may have taken three-quarters of the race to strike, but the calamity bug finally bit Friday night’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season-opener at Daytona Int’l Speedway.