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Tracking the Trucks: Drivin’ For Linemen 200

Tracking the Trucks: Drivin’ For Linemen 200

In a Nutshell: Darrell Wallace, Jr. took the checkered flag 0.329 seconds ahead of German Quiroga to win Saturday night’s Drivin’ For Linemen 200 at Gateway International Speedway. Wallace took the lead for the final time with just three laps remaining and held on for his second career victory. Timothy Peters, Johnny Sauter and Ron Hornaday, Jr. rounded out the top 5. Who Should Have Won: Simply put, Darrell Wallace, Jr. had one of the strongest trucks in the field ... Read More »

Tracking the Trucks: North Carolina Education Lottery 200

Tracking the Trucks: North Carolina Education Lottery 200

In a Nutshell: Kyle Busch won his fourth straight NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race dating back to Homestead 2013. He dominated the North Carolina Education Lottery 200, winning from the pole and leading 130 of the 134 laps. Matt Crafton finished second followed by Brad Keselowski, John Wes Townley and Timothy Peters. Toyota has won the last six races dating back to Phoenix in 2013. Who Should Have Won: Whether you like it or not, Kyle Busch should have won this race. Much of the ... Read More »

Tracking the Trucks: SFP 250

Tracking the Trucks: SFP 250

In a Nutshell: Kyle Busch took the checkered flag 3.021 seconds ahead of Matt Crafton to win Friday night’s SFP 250 at Kansas Speedway. Busch started on the pole and led eight different times for 104 of 267 laps, often running times more than a second faster than most of the field en route to Victory Lane. Joey Logano, Austin Dillon and Tayler Malsam rounded out the top 5. Who Should Have Won: Kansas has rarely been kind to Kyle Busch recently, but he ... Read More »

Tracking the Trucks: Kroger 250

Tracking the Trucks: Kroger 250

In a Nutshell: Matt Crafton held off fall Martinsville winner Darrell Wallace, Jr. on two green-white-checkered finishes. It was the first win for Crafton at the speedway and his fourth overall. Rookie Ben Kennedy came home third in his second start at Martinsville, while Crafton’s teammate Johnny Sauter was fourth. Ryan Blaney, Timothy Peters, German Quiroga, Ben Rhodes, Ron Hornaday, Jr. and Brian Ickler rounded out the top 10. Matt Crafton celebrated in victory lane Sunday afternoon after winning for ... Read More »

Tracking The Trucks: NEXTEra Energy Resources 250

Tracking The Trucks: NEXTEra Energy Resources 250

JOIN OUR FANTASY RACING LEAGUE!! The Frontstretch has a big league on Yahoo!, once again and we’d like you to be a part of it. Come compete with your favorite racing experts by clicking here and signing up. Our Group ID is 10532 and the password is stenica… so don’t miss out! Key Moment: Kyle Busch, making his move on Turn 3 of the final lap darted to the outside of Timothy Peters just enough to pull his nose alongside. ... Read More »

Tracking The Trucks: NextEra Energy Resources 250

Tracking The Trucks: NextEra Energy Resources 250

*In a Nutshell:* Johnny Sauter waited patiently, spending the first half of the race riding in the back while others took their turn out front. After going 4-for-4 on wrecks at Daytona, during his career he dodged them, scuttled out front on Lap 85 and used teammate Todd Bodine to hold on for his first ever victory at Daytona. *Who Should Have Won:* *Ty Dillon.* Richard Childress Racing’s No. 3 truck was dominant during the first half of the race; ... Read More »

Tracking The Trucks: NextEra Energy Resources 250

Tracking The Trucks: NextEra Energy Resources 250

*In a Nutshell:* Johnny Sauter waited patiently, spending the first half of the race riding in the back while others took their turn out front. After going 4-for-4 on wrecks at Daytona during his career, he dodged them, scuttled out front on Lap 85 and used teammate Todd Bodine to hold on for his first ever victory at Daytona. *Who Should Have Won:* *Ty Dillon.* Richard Childress Racing's No. 3 truck was dominant during the first half of the race; in all, Dillon led three times for a race-high 56 laps. But as wrecks popped up during the second half, Dillon lost track position and fell towards the back half of the top 10. Whether others had recognized Dillon's speed or the sophomore just made some bad moves, he was never able to assert himself up front when it counted down the stretch. Dillon, who finished sixth has to be sitting there this Saturday morning wondering what could have been. Read More »

2012 Truck Series Wrap-Up: Buescher, Dillon, Larson, and Gale

2012 Truck Series Wrap-Up: Buescher, Dillon, Larson, and Gale

_Author's Note: Hey readers! As the 2012 draws to a close, we're planning for next year. Please click here to send me an email or let me know in the comments below what you'd like to see in Tracking the Trucks that currently isn't in there. Is there something you don't like about this format? I want to know that too! I'll collect your comments throughout the rest of the year and the offseason and debut the new and improved Tracking the Trucks in February for the season opener at Daytona. Thank you for your dedicated readership! --Beth_ Read More »

Tracking the Trucks: Lucas Oil 150

Tracking the Trucks: Lucas Oil 150

*In a Nutshell:* Brian Scott took the checkered flag 0.666 seconds ahead of Kyle Larson to win the Lucas Oil 150 Friday night at Phoenix International Raceway. Scott took advantage of a green-white-checkered finish, pulling ahead on the restart to become the 15th different winner this season. Joey Coulter, Timothy Peters, and Ryan Blaney rounded out the top-5 finishers. Read More »

Tracking the Trucks: WinStar World Casino 350

Tracking the Trucks: WinStar World Casino 350

*In a Nutshell:* Johnny Sauter took the checkered flag 2.199 seconds ahead of Parker Kligerman to win the WinStar World Casino 350 at Texas Motor Speedway Friday night. The driver of the No 13 SealMaster / Curb Records Toyota led 28 of 147 laps en route to a sweep at the 1.5-mile oval this season. Polesitter Nelson Piquet, Jr., Kyle Busch, and rookie Ty Dillon rounded out the top 5. Read More »